In this post I break down how to structure trailer music so that you can create amazing cues that are ready to win trailers
In this post I show you how I wrote The Lost King trailer music. This neoclassical piece is an exercise in one idea becoming a whole cue.
In this post I take a look at the Secret Invasion Trailer Music and break it down into all it's essential elements.
In this post I breakdown everything about stopdowns; what they are, why they are used, and how we can make our trailer music better with them
Want to learn more about what articulation in music is? Check out this handy guide for everything you need to know!
I wanted to introduce you to risers in music, one of the easiest ways to add movement, tension, build and transitions in your music.
We have created for you the most detailed explanation and breakdown of all the trailer hits you need to be using in your trailer music.
If you have any interest in trailer music you know what braaams are but do you know where they came from and all the ways you can use them?
Drones in music can be one of the easiest and quickest ways to convey emotion, and the best part is they are also super easy to make!
Christian Henson on the origins of Spitfire Audio, dealing with anxiety and narcissists & the secret to his productivity
In this post I explain all about the string family and the instruments contained so that you can improve your string orchestrations.
In this post I wanted to share what I learnt from recording an orchestra at Abbey Road studios. It was a string and brass section.
I talk to the award winning trailer music composer Kati Falk-Flores. Kati shares how she went from studying the French Horn to learning the art of trailer music.
In today’s episode I walk you through the Trailer Music I produced that was used in A Very British Scandal.