Have you ever wanted to compose cinematic music in the style of Hans Zimmer, Brian Tyler, Two Steps from Hell etc? Music that sounds like soundtracks for Movies, TV series, Games etc.

Hello Composers, Mike here! And this is my review of the course Cinematic Music – From idea to Finished Recording. Let’s dive in! =)

Listen to The Sound of Cinematic Music

This is a cinematic music composition I created myself. This is the kind of music you will be able to create if you educate yourself by completing this course, practicing every chapter, and make sure to implement everything you learn.

Would you like to be able to compose music like this? Good news! There is an amazing course that can teach you how to get started, all the way to composing and producing your own cinematic music compositions. I have taken this course myself, and this is my full review.

You can learn more about this course here.

How to Compose Cinematic MusicHow to Compose Cinematic Music

The course I am referring to is Cinematic Music – From idea to Finished Recording.

As the name suggests it will teach you all the fundamentals, as well as guidelines and tips to not only get you started, but also finish your own cinematic music.

Well, I have taken this course myself, so to give you my overall impression, allow me to start by sharing my own testimonial! =)

“This course is one behemoth of knowledge of all that goes into cinematic music. I was amazed by how much content it included.

And the best part is that you do not only get lots of great guidelines and tips, but also step-by-step instructions and live examples on all the aspects that goes into composing cinematic music.

Arn even creates a track from scratch throughout this course, starting from a very simple idea, and developing it into a full epic orchestration of cinematic music.”

What you will get in this course

There is so much content, and everything is structured into chapters with guidelines, tips, practical examples, exercises, resources etc. You will learn about:

  • Rhythm
  • Harmony
  • Melody
  • Motifs
  • Counter Melody
  • Atmospheres
  • Strings
  • Brass
  • Woodwinds
  • Percussion
  • Orchestration
  • Arrangement
  • Recording
  • Production
  • Mixing
  • Mastering

As you can see, you pretty much get everything you need to get started composing and producing your own cinematic music. Sure, you will need to invest in good plugins and sample libraries to get the best sound you can. But that should not stop you to get started, should it? You can always upgrade your instrument and effect plugins and libraries later. =)

Why you should get this course

Cinematic Music Composition CourseI strongly believe that educating and improving your knowledge and skills is far more important than what tools you use.

A strong foundation of knowledge is the key to success in any field. That includes composing, regardless of style, mood and tone of your music.

This course will be a great stepping stone to either get started in cinematic music, or even if you already compose in this style it can really give you lots of tips and tricks and new perspectives that will improve your skills and craft as a composer.

So this course is great for anyone from a complete beginner of orchestral and cinematic music, to someone with a lot of experience.

I’ve been composing music since 1998, and read many books on music theory, composition, harmony etc. and this course still was able to give me so much! =)

Connect with Fellow Students and Composers

The Evenant team has a great Facebook group which you can join to interact with fellow composers and students, as well as ask questions, get feedback on your cinematic music compositions etc.

They also have a wonderful team of composers that can give you support, tips, ideas and amazing motivation to keep learning and improving your cinematic music.

What are you waiting for? Get this course, and go through it step by step. Practice every concept you learn, and get started or improve your own cinematic music compositions! =)

Learn More about the Cinematic Music Course here.