ORCHESTAL TEMPLATE DESIGN
“If you usually start your work in the same way (even if you don’t), building a template that suits your musical preferences and work style can save you a lot of time when starting a new song, allowing you to capture the initial idea more quickly from your head to the DAW »
In this course I want to present an objective point of view (I will try) on the aspects to take into account when designing a template. I’ll talk about my point of view, because I have it, and that of other composers, as well as different configurations to get to the same place: a template that works. After having pointed out the pros and cons, you can choose the configuration that best suits your needs.
- Some concepts
- HDD and SSD
ROUTING AND EFFICIENCY:
- Multitimbral Instruments
- Multitimbral Instruments or Instrument Tracks
- MIDI and Audio Routing
- Basic orchestral template
- Sampling peculiarities
- Not so basic templates
- Folders and Groups
- Frames and Metaframes
- Coupled and Decoupled
- MIDI ports and Outputs
- Buses, Inputs and Mixer
- Various configurations
- Migrate DAW Template to VEP 5
- Slave PC Configuration
The approximate duration of Orchestral Template Design is usually 14 classes.
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The classes are developed via Skype for the videoconference and we use Teamviewer to share our desktops. I also use other tools, such as a whiteboard Surface using Onenote , Staffpad and Reflector a>; a webcam that shows every detail of my hands on my digital piano; and Cubase to load libraries, record MIDI, annotate the Score Editor, etc …
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HS0wxwVLLQI I want to show you today one of my most important tricks when making a Mock-up and I also tell you about the Shared Copy in Cubase … haha This technique can also be applied in Logic. In the video I...