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"I'M A COMPOSER COURSE"
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 WHAT'S INSIDE I'M A COMPOSER?

THE STUDIO

What Equipment Do I Need? - Value $97

Minimalistic Approach: don't waste your money in crap you don't need ;)

What Libraries Do I Need? - Value $97

I've got thousands of dollars worth libraries collecting dust in my hard drives. Don't make the same mistake!

THE SOUND

How to Use Your Equipment & Libraries - Value $129

It doesn't matter what equipment, libraries, plugins you've got if you don't know how to use them. Learn to use your tools. That's what's gonna make the biggest difference.

THE EMOTION

From Your Head to the Sequencer - Value $197

- Creating the Sketch
- Harmony

From Sketch to Orchestra - Value $197

- The Cinematic Sound

YOUR VOICE

Write in any Style - Value $297

  • Love
  • ​Sadness
  • ​Suspense
  • ​Action
  • Fantasy
  • Adventure
  • Comedy
  • Corporate
  • ​Trailer
- Composition for Film: a Study of Styles - VALUE $497
 
- Music Theory & Composition Master - VALUE $497

- Library Music: Create Passive Income Streams* - VALUE $497
* All contents included except Module 4, which is included in the Full-Time Composer version

AND ALSO...                   


- MARC JOVANI'S ORCHESTRAL TEMPLATE - VALUE $47

- MAKE YOUR FIRST $10.000 WHILE LEARNING COMPOSITION - VALUE $47

- JOB SHADOWS - VALUE $97

- 12 REDUCED SCORES - $37
- Composition for Film: a Study of Styles - value $497
 - Library Music: Create Passive Income Streams - value $497
 - Music Theory & Composition Master - value $497

AND ALSO...                   

- MARC JOVANI´s TEMPLATE - value $47
- MAKE YOUR FIRST $10.000 - value $47
- JOB SHADOWS - value $97
- 12 REDUCED SCORES - value $37
- LOVE
Raiders Of The Lost Ark - John Williams
The Amazing Spider-man - James Horner
The Tourist - James Newton Howard

- ACTION
The Bourne Legacy - James Newton Howard
The Bourne Ultimatum - John Powell
Salt - James Newton Howard

- MAGIC & FANTASY
Edward Scissorhands - Danny Elfman
The Golden Compass - Alexandre Desplat
Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone - John Williams

- ADVENTURE HERO
Superman- John Williams
Captain America:The First Avenger - Alan Silvestri
The Golden Compass - Alexandre Desplat


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One of the biggest perks of a traditional music school is networking with other talented composers. That's why we've created a private Facebook page designated for members to collaborate, share work, give/receive feedback, ask questions, share articles, and learn and grow together.
 MONTHLY FEEDBACK LIVE SESSIONS
Once or twice a month, I review your music in-depth. I break down what was done well and what can be improved upon, helping you increase production and composition value.
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REGULAR MUSIC CONTESTS
As a bonus, six times a year, we hold themed composing contests for a chance to win awesome prizes. Our most recent winner received the Spitfire BBC Symphonic Orchestra ($999 value). These contests encourage members to create music and learn from one another's composition entries.
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Kris Saebo - Composer & Bassist

“I am a Juilliard (bachelors and masters) graduate and have taken film scoring courses in the past. Marc Jovani's Cinematic Composing courses are extremely well organized, very detailed, and thorough. His technique of instruction shows very clearly how to approach composing for film, helps with organizing your work-flow, and offers secrets into the process - all in a very down to earth way. The course also offers advice outside the modules utilizing the robust community on Facebook with regular virtual meetings, which cover a wide range of related topics, and answers specific questions.
I am happy to be a part of the community. Thank you Marc!"

Carlos Vallejo - Composer

Ideal for those who want to get started in the art of writing music for orchestra

Video and PDF lessons
100+ videos, 15+ hours
Weekly live video-chat
with your instructor and the rest of the class
Assignments
personally reviewed by your teacher
Private Facebook Group
to give you support
Lifetime access
to the course materials, private group & weekly chats
Lifetime updates
with new content added on a steady basis
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Complete Curriculum
Welcome 
 • A letter from Marc
 • Before you start (you wanna know this!)
 • Weekly Live Video Chats - Group Coaching Calls
 • Downloading Contents
 • Discounts

EQUIPMENT - What Kind Of Composer Gear Should I Buy? 
 • Introduction
 • Computer
 • Controllers
 • Playback System: Speakers and Headphones

TECHNICAL - How Do I Technically Use My Gear, Sequencer, Libraries, & Plugins? 
 • Sample Libraries - Beyond Orchestral Realism
 • Move Fast! - Using Your Sequencer
 • Efficiency and Flexibility When Using A Big Template
 • Understanding Reverbs
 • How Many Monitors Do You Need?

CINEMATIC - How Do I Make My Music Sound Cinematic? 
 • The three steps system: comp, mix, master
 • Enhancing the orchestral sound
 • Expanding register
 • Expanding depth
 • Expanding power
 • Expanding timbre

COMPOSING - What Is My Composing Workflow Flow? 
 • The 5-Layers System
 • The style
 • Three levels of complexity
 • From sketch to finished piece

HARMONY - How Do I Use Harmony To Tell A Story? 
 • Disclaimer! ;)
 • Basics of Music Theory
 • Telling a Story With Harmony
 • Don't Study Counterpoint! Instead... (Separation & Association)
 • Doubling
 • VSL Sound Combinations for Ideas and Inspiration
 • Extra Bonus- Building an Orchestral Template from Scratch with Albion ONE (over-the-shoulder video)

LOVE - How Do I Compose A Positive Emotions Cue? 
 • Style Definition & 5-Layers System
 • Composing the Sketch
 • Developing the Sketch
 • Explaining the Piece

LOVE - In Depth 
 • Introduction
 • Marion’s Theme - Description of the Scene
 • Marion’s Theme - Rhythm
 • Marion’s Theme - Harmony
 • Marion’s Theme - Melody
 • Marion’s Theme - Orchestration
 • Marion’s Theme - Summary
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Description of the Scene
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Rhythm
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Melody
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Harmony (part 1)
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Harmony (part 2)
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Orchestration
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Summary
 • A Very Nice Kiss - Description of the Scene
 • A Very Nice Kiss - Rhythm
 • A Very Nice Kiss - Harmony
 • A Very Nice Kiss - Melody
 • A Very Nice Kiss - Orchestration
 • A Very Nice Kiss - Summary
 • Conclusion

SADNESS - How Do I Compose A Negative Emotions Cue? 
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing the Sketch
 • Developing the Sketch
 • Explaining the Piece

SADNESS - In Depth 
 • Introduction
 • Farewell Dobby - Description of the Scene
 • Farewell Dobby - Harmony
 • Farewell Dobby - Melody
 • Farewell Dobby - Rhythm
 • Farewell Dobby - Orchestration
 • The Pier - Description of the Scene
 • The Pier - Harmony
 • The Pier - Melody
 • The Pier - Rhythm
 • The Pier - Orchestration
 • Jess Comforts Elliot - Description of the Scene
 • Jess Comforts Elliot - Harmony
 • Jess Comforts Elliot - Melody
 • Jess Comforts Elliot - Rhythm
 • Jess Comforts Elliot - Orchestration
 • Conclusion

SUSPENSE - How Do I Create Tension? 
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing Dark
 • Composing Mysterious
 • Composing Tension

SUSPENSE - In Depth 
 • Danny Clear - Description of the Scene
 • Danny Clear - Harmony
 • Danny Clear - Melody
 • Danny Clear - Rhythm
 • Danny Clear - Orchestration
 • Club Arrival - Description of the Scene
 • Club Arrival - Harmony
 • Club Arrival - Melody
 • Club Arrival - Rhythm
 • Club Arrival - Orchestration
 • Boarding - Description of the Scene
 • Boarding - Harmony
 • Boarding - Melody
 • Boarding - Rhythm
 • Boarding - Orchestration
 • Conclusion
ACTION - How Do I Compose An Intense Action Cue?
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Creating The Motor
 • Adding Stuff On Top Of The Motor
 • Hybrid Sound

ACTION - In Depth 
 • Introduction
 • Waterloo - Description of the Scene
 • Waterloo - Rhythm
 • Waterloo - Harmony
 • Waterloo - Melody
 • Waterloo - Orchestration
 • Waterloo -Summary
 • Schnaider Blows - Description of the Scene
 • Schnaider Blows - Rhythm
 • Schnaider Blows - Harmony
 • Schnaider Blows - Melody
 • Schnaider Blows - Orchestration
 • Schnaider Blows - Summary
 • Leave Factory - Description of the Scene
 • Leave Factory - Rhythm
 • Leave Factory - Harmony
 • Leave Factory - Melody
 • Leave Factory - Orchestration
 • Leave Factory - Summary
 • Conclusion

FANTASY - How Do I Compose Music That Sounds Magical? 
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing the Sketch
 • Developing the Sketch
 • Explaining the Piece

FANTASY - In Depth 
 • Introduction
 • Edward Scissorhands - Description of the Scene
 • Edward Scissorhands - Rhythm
 • Edward Scissorhands - Harmony
 • Edward Scissorhands - Melody
 • Edward Scissorhands - Orchestration
 • Edward Scissorhands - Summary
 • Sky Ferry - Description of the Scene
 • Sky Ferry - Rhythm
 • Sky Ferry - Harmony
 • Sky Ferry - Melody
 • Sky Ferry - Orchestration
 • Sky Ferry - Summary
 • Mr Longbottom Flies - Description of the Scene
 • Mr Longbottom Flies - Rhythm
 • Mr Longbottom Flies - Harmony
 • Mr Longbottom Flies - Melody
 • Mr Longbottom Flies - Orchestration
 • Mr Longbottom Flies - Summary
 • Conclusion

ADVENTURE - How Do I Compose Music To Introduce A Hero? 
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing the Sketch
 • Orchestrating the Sketch
 • Explaining the Piece

ADVENTURE - In Depth 
 • Introduction
 • The Adventure Hero
 • Superman - The ultimate superhero
 • Superman - Melody and Harmony
 • Superman - Orchestration
 • Superman - Summary
 • Captain America - The modern cowboy
 • Captain America - Melody and Harmony
 • Captain America - Orchestration
 • Captain America - Summary
 • Lorek - Redeemed from Shame: the Loving Champion
 • Lorek - Melody and Harmony
 • Lorek - Orchestration
 • Lorek - Summary
 • The Adventure Hero - Conclusion

COMEDY - How Do I Compose A Humorous Cue? 
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing the Sketch
 • Romantic Comedy
 • Dark Comedy

COMEDY - In Depth 
 • 'Silly Time' Video Analysis
 • 'Silly Time' Structure and Harmony
 • 'Silly Time' Melody
 • 'Silly Time' Tempo, Rhythm and Instrumentation
 • 'Sneaky Comedy' Video Analysis
 • 'Sneaky Comedy' Structure and Harmony
 • 'Sneaky Comedy' Melody
 • 'Sneaky Comedy' Tempo, Rhythm and Instrumentation
 • Common Elements of Comedy Tracks

CORPORATE - How Do I Make Music For Commercials? 
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing Dark
 • Composing Mysterious
 • Composing Tension

CORPORATE - In Depth 
 • "Success" Video Analysis
 • "Success" Structure and Harmony
 • "Success" Melody
 • "Success" Tempo, Rhythm and Instrumentation
 • 'Uplifting and Inspiring Corporate' Video Analysis
 • 'Uplifting and Inspiring Corporate' Structure and Harmony
 • 'Uplifting and Inspiring Corporate' Melody
 • 'Uplifting and Inspiring Corporate' Tempo, Rhythm and Instrumentation
 • Common Chord Progressions
 • Common Elements of Corporate/Motivational Tracks

TRAILER - How Do I Create An Orchestral Epic Action Cue?
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing Dark
 • Composing Mysterious
 • Composing Tension
TRAILER - In Depth
 • 'Inspiring Cinematic Trailer' Video Analysis
 • 'Inspiring Cinematic Trailer' Structure and Harmony
 • 'Inspiring Cinematic Trailer' Ostinatos and Melody
 • 'Inspiring Cinematic Trailer' Tempo, Rhythm and Instrumentation
 • Braams
 • Common Elements of Trailer Tracks


 WHAT DO OUR STUDENTS SAY?
WHAT DO I GET WHEN I JOIN THE PROGRAM?
Complexity is the enemy of Execution.
When you join the program you get all the content from all the courses included in the bundle, plus the exclusive new content.

But big bundles like this can be overwhelming. So we've compiled & organized all the content under ONE SINGLE COURSE: the ultimate program that gives you everything that you need, from "what do you need to start composing" to "how to find gigs" and everything in between. 
Welcome 
 • A letter from Marc
 • Before you start (you wanna know this!)
 • Weekly Live Video Chats - Group Coaching Calls
 • Downloading Contents
 • Discounts

EQUIPMENT - What Kind Of Composer Gear Should I Buy? 
 • Introduction
 • Computer
 • Controllers
 • Playback System: Speakers and Headphones

TECHNICAL - How Do I Technically Use My Gear, Sequencer, Libraries, & Plugins? 
 • Sample Libraries - Beyond Orchestral Realism
 • Move Fast! - Using Your Sequencer
 • Efficiency and Flexibility When Using A Big Template
 • Understanding Reverbs
 • How Many Monitors Do You Need?

CINEMATIC - How Do I Make My Music Sound Cinematic? 
 • The three steps system: comp, mix, master
 • Enhancing the orchestral sound
 • Expanding register
 • Expanding depth
 • Expanding power
 • Expanding timbre

COMPOSING - What Is My Composing Workflow Flow? 
 • The 5-Layers System
 • The style
 • Three levels of complexity
 • From sketch to finished piece

HARMONY - How Do I Use Harmony To Tell A Story? 
 • Disclaimer! ;)
 • Basics of Music Theory
 • Telling a Story With Harmony
 • Don't Study Counterpoint! Instead... (Separation & Association)
 • Doubling
 • VSL Sound Combinations for Ideas and Inspiration
 • Extra Bonus- Building an Orchestral Template from Scratch with Albion ONE (over-the-shoulder video)

LOVE - How Do I Compose A Positive Emotions Cue? 
 • Style Definition & 5-Layers System
 • Composing the Sketch
 • Developing the Sketch
 • Explaining the Piece

LOVE - In Depth 
 • Introduction
 • Marion’s Theme - Description of the Scene
 • Marion’s Theme - Rhythm
 • Marion’s Theme - Harmony
 • Marion’s Theme - Melody
 • Marion’s Theme - Orchestration
 • Marion’s Theme - Summary
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Description of the Scene
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Rhythm
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Melody
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Harmony (part 1)
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Harmony (part 2)
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Orchestration
 • A Rooftop Kiss - Summary
 • A Very Nice Kiss - Description of the Scene
 • A Very Nice Kiss - Rhythm
 • A Very Nice Kiss - Harmony
 • A Very Nice Kiss - Melody
 • A Very Nice Kiss - Orchestration
 • A Very Nice Kiss - Summary
 • Conclusion

SADNESS - How Do I Compose A Negative Emotions Cue? 
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing the Sketch
 • Developing the Sketch
 • Explaining the Piece

SADNESS - In Depth 
 • Introduction
 • Farewell Dobby - Description of the Scene
 • Farewell Dobby - Harmony
 • Farewell Dobby - Melody
 • Farewell Dobby - Rhythm
 • Farewell Dobby - Orchestration
 • The Pier - Description of the Scene
 • The Pier - Harmony
 • The Pier - Melody
 • The Pier - Rhythm
 • The Pier - Orchestration
 • Jess Comforts Elliot - Description of the Scene
 • Jess Comforts Elliot - Harmony
 • Jess Comforts Elliot - Melody
 • Jess Comforts Elliot - Rhythm
 • Jess Comforts Elliot - Orchestration
 • Conclusion

SUSPENSE - How Do I Create Tension? 
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing Dark
 • Composing Mysterious
 • Composing Tension

SUSPENSE - In Depth 
 • Danny Clear - Description of the Scene
 • Danny Clear - Harmony
 • Danny Clear - Melody
 • Danny Clear - Rhythm
 • Danny Clear - Orchestration
 • Club Arrival - Description of the Scene
 • Club Arrival - Harmony
 • Club Arrival - Melody
 • Club Arrival - Rhythm
 • Club Arrival - Orchestration
 • Boarding - Description of the Scene
 • Boarding - Harmony
 • Boarding - Melody
 • Boarding - Rhythm
 • Boarding - Orchestration
 • Conclusion
ACTION - How Do I Compose An Intense Action Cue?
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Creating The Motor
 • Adding Stuff On Top Of The Motor
 • Hybrid Sound

ACTION - In Depth 
 • Introduction
 • Waterloo - Description of the Scene
 • Waterloo - Rhythm
 • Waterloo - Harmony
 • Waterloo - Melody
 • Waterloo - Orchestration
 • Waterloo -Summary
 • Schnaider Blows - Description of the Scene
 • Schnaider Blows - Rhythm
 • Schnaider Blows - Harmony
 • Schnaider Blows - Melody
 • Schnaider Blows - Orchestration
 • Schnaider Blows - Summary
 • Leave Factory - Description of the Scene
 • Leave Factory - Rhythm
 • Leave Factory - Harmony
 • Leave Factory - Melody
 • Leave Factory - Orchestration
 • Leave Factory - Summary
 • Conclusion

FANTASY - How Do I Compose Music That Sounds Magical? 
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing the Sketch
 • Developing the Sketch
 • Explaining the Piece

FANTASY - In Depth 
 • Introduction
 • Edward Scissorhands - Description of the Scene
 • Edward Scissorhands - Rhythm
 • Edward Scissorhands - Harmony
 • Edward Scissorhands - Melody
 • Edward Scissorhands - Orchestration
 • Edward Scissorhands - Summary
 • Sky Ferry - Description of the Scene
 • Sky Ferry - Rhythm
 • Sky Ferry - Harmony
 • Sky Ferry - Melody
 • Sky Ferry - Orchestration
 • Sky Ferry - Summary
 • Mr Longbottom Flies - Description of the Scene
 • Mr Longbottom Flies - Rhythm
 • Mr Longbottom Flies - Harmony
 • Mr Longbottom Flies - Melody
 • Mr Longbottom Flies - Orchestration
 • Mr Longbottom Flies - Summary
 • Conclusion

ADVENTURE - How Do I Compose Music To Introduce A Hero? 
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing the Sketch
 • Orchestrating the Sketch
 • Explaining the Piece

ADVENTURE - In Depth 
 • Introduction
 • The Adventure Hero
 • Superman - The ultimate superhero
 • Superman - Melody and Harmony
 • Superman - Orchestration
 • Superman - Summary
 • Captain America - The modern cowboy
 • Captain America - Melody and Harmony
 • Captain America - Orchestration
 • Captain America - Summary
 • Lorek - Redeemed from Shame: the Loving Champion
 • Lorek - Melody and Harmony
 • Lorek - Orchestration
 • Lorek - Summary
 • The Adventure Hero - Conclusion

COMEDY - How Do I Compose A Humorous Cue? 
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing the Sketch
 • Romantic Comedy
 • Dark Comedy

COMEDY - In Depth 
 • 'Silly Time' Video Analysis
 • 'Silly Time' Structure and Harmony
 • 'Silly Time' Melody
 • 'Silly Time' Tempo, Rhythm and Instrumentation
 • 'Sneaky Comedy' Video Analysis
 • 'Sneaky Comedy' Structure and Harmony
 • 'Sneaky Comedy' Melody
 • 'Sneaky Comedy' Tempo, Rhythm and Instrumentation
 • Common Elements of Comedy Tracks

CORPORATE - How Do I Make Music For Commercials? 
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing Dark
 • Composing Mysterious
 • Composing Tension

CORPORATE - In Depth 
 • "Success" Video Analysis
 • "Success" Structure and Harmony
 • "Success" Melody
 • "Success" Tempo, Rhythm and Instrumentation
 • 'Uplifting and Inspiring Corporate' Video Analysis
 • 'Uplifting and Inspiring Corporate' Structure and Harmony
 • 'Uplifting and Inspiring Corporate' Melody
 • 'Uplifting and Inspiring Corporate' Tempo, Rhythm and Instrumentation
 • Common Chord Progressions
 • Common Elements of Corporate/Motivational Tracks

TRAILER - How Do I Create An Orchestral Epic Action Cue?
 • Quick Introduction
 • Style Definition
 • Composing Dark
 • Composing Mysterious
 • Composing Tension
TRAILER - In Depth
 • 'Inspiring Cinematic Trailer' Video Analysis
 • 'Inspiring Cinematic Trailer' Structure and Harmony
 • 'Inspiring Cinematic Trailer' Ostinatos and Melody
 • 'Inspiring Cinematic Trailer' Tempo, Rhythm and Instrumentation
 • Braams
 • Common Elements of Trailer Tracks

CREATING A SOUNDTRACK - How Do I Compose A Movie, From Beginning To End? 
 Coming Soon...

LAND CLIENTS - How Do I Find Clients And Make Money? 
 • TV Movie Ladder And Finding Collaborations

CHALLENGE - Find a project in 21 days!  
 • Overview
 • Mission One - Your WHY
 • Mission Two - Groups
 • Mission Three - Prepare Your Elevator Pitch
 • Mission Four - Website/Services Page
 • Mission Five - Get a Photo Done
 • Mission Six - Network - 50 Connections
 • Mission Seven - Create an Email Signature
 • Mission Eight - Crazy, Sexy Bait
 • Mission Nine - Optimize Your Profile
 • Mission Ten - Expand Your Territory
 • Mission Eleven - Show Up Like A Boss
 • Mission Twelve - Reward Yourself + More Friending
 • Mission Thirteen - More Contacts and Helping
 • Mission Fourteen - 50 More Contacts
 • Mission Fifteen - Attraction Marketing
 • Mission Sixteen - Follow ups!
 • Mission Seventeen - ASK for referrals
 • Mission Eighteen - Reach Out
 • Mission Nineteen - Facebook Hustle
 • Mission Twenty - Pitch a Collaboration
 • Mission Twenty One - Keep it up!

PASSIVE INCOME - How Do I Make My Music Work For Me? 
 • Stock Music: How does Library Music differ from traditional Film/TV cues?
 • Stock Music: Royalty Free Stock Sites
 • Stock Music: Higher End Stock Sites
 • Stock Music: General Music Production Sites
 • Stock Music: High End Trailer Sites
 • Stock Music: How Much Can I Make?
 • Stock Music: Source Of Revenue
 • Stock Music: Researching Library Publishers
 • Stock Music: Making Contact With Publishers
 • Stock Music: Gaining Inspiration
 • Stock Music: Productivity
 • Stock Music: How Long To Compose A Track?
 • Stock Music: Making a 5-year Plan
 • Stock Music: PRO Membership
 • Stock Music: List Of Library Music Publishers

TRAFFIC SECRETS - Send Potential Clients to Your Website orFunnel… Fast! 
• Before you start
• Facebook Ads - Fundamentals - Part 1
• Facebook Ads - Fundamentals - Part 2A
• Facebook Ads - Fundamentals - Part 2B
• Facebook Ads - The Ads Manager Tool - Part 1
• Facebook Ads - The Ads Manager Tool - Part 2
• Facebook Ads - Strategy and Implementation
• How To Create FB Audiences

FUNNEL SECRETS - Automatically Qualify Prospects or Leads and Sell Your Music 
 • Stock Music Funnel: $300-500 Passive Income/Month - Introduction
 • Stock Music Funnel: $300-500 Passive Income/Month - Strategy and Copy
 • Stock Music Funnel: $300-500 Passive Income/Month - Funnel Building & Traffic

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SYMPHONIC VIRTUAL ORCHESTRATION
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Module 1. Synthestration. Tactics for a good sound 
• First Steps
• Introduction: Synthestration. Tactics for a good sound
• Difference between Samples and Real Orchestra
• Basics: Recording Dynamics
• Balance
• Panning
• Layers: Distributing your Musical ideas
• Volume: 7, 11, Kontakt, Audio, Gain, etc
• Keyswitches
• Equalization

Module 2. Using Templates to Boost Productivity 
• Using Templates to Boost Productivity
• Routing
• Small & Big Templates. Pros & Cons
• Minimal set-up
• Modular Templates (Sonar & Cubase)
• Organization: Groups, Kontakt Instances, Buses, Stems
• Reverbs
• Computer Specs
• Latency Optimizing
• Bonus - Sketching Super Patches

Module 3. Arranging for Samples. Techniques Compilation 
• Ready-to-go Tracks: Configured and pre-routed
• Getting a Tight & Powerful Orchestral Sound
• Orchestrating Percussion Beds: balance, panning, layers
• Sequencing a Percussion Bed: step by step
• Ensemble Patches: benefits and when to use them
• Strings Long Sequencing: big cinematic sound
• Sequencing Trumpets: the right way
• Horn Patches: for an epic cinematic sound
• Tremolo strings: very good sounding articulation usually underused
• Low Staccato Strings: for an epic cinematic sound
• Horn Patches: for an epic cinematic sound

Module 4. Arranging for Samples. Techniques Compilation (pt 2) 
• Sequencing Fast Strings - Three Approaches
• Strings Measured Tremolos/Staccatos
• Timpani as a Main Orchestral Percussion Instrument
• Blending Percussion and Orchestral Parts
• Blending Choir and Orchestra
• Compressing Velocities
• Importing MIDI data from Score Editor. A good idea?
• Sketching Within your Sequencer
PERSONAL MENTOR
My name is Marc Jovani. I’m a composer who lives in LA and is actively working in the industry. I have been working at the highest level, providing music for many major studios such as Lionsgate, Syfy, FOX and most recently NETFLIX and Amazon. I have also composed music for television shows and movies distributed on leading, nationally broadcasted television channels, including Lifetime (USA), TF1 (France), the Hallmark Channel (USA), Canale 5 (Italy), Antena 3 (Spain), HBO (USA) and more.  

I’ve also been a music teacher for just over 15 years, starting with teaching piano to kids, then teaching composition, film music, orchestration and MIDI orchestration at Berklee Online. In 2017 I launched my own online composition school, Cinematic Composing where my team of awesome teachers and I trained over 3,000 students. I know what it takes to create high quality music and I can’t wait to share my insights with you!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
   I don't have time to take this course right now. Should I still buy it?
YES. You can go at your own pace. Don’t need to follow the course’s schedule.  The course materials do not expire and you’ll have access to them for life. Even for the future course updates and improvements!

You can do it a bit faster, or take as much time as you want/need.

Or you could even take advantage of the discount now, and be doing the course later. The chat sessions get recorded and you can watch the replay whenever you want.

Also, you’ll have access to the course materials for life, as well as to the Facebook group AND the weekly chats. You can join any weekly chat that you want, even if your course has finished.
   I'm using ________ (name any sequencer here). Can I still take the course?
We use Cubase. But, all the concepts that you'll learn apply across the board, no matter what sequencer you use. In fact, more than a 1/2 of our students are Logic users.

The same concept about libraries. You can learn and apply all the concepts taught in the course using any basic library (Logic stock orchestral samples, EWQL, etc). Once you're in the course, you'll have a better idea of what is the next library that you wanna buy. Plus, you'll be around a great community of composers who already own those libraries and can give you valuable feedback or advice what library to invest in next.

Also, when you join I'm A Composer you'll get access to a private Facebook group. The Facebook group is a great place to ask questions if you get stuck. That’s where you’re really going to get a lot of extra help and encouragement when you’re stuck or when you're trying to apply the concepts learned in the course to your own DAW, both from Marc and from other composers who can speak to your exact issues.
   I'm already enrolled in other Cinematic Composing courses, can I have a special reduced price?
 I'm A Composer is a course that includes, new content and aspects of other courses.

If you are part of the Music Theory And Composition Master program, this course will be included in your package of courses.

If you own any of these courses: Composition For Film: A Study of Styles, Hollywood System Secrets Masterclass, and Library Music: Create Passive Income Streams or Mixing for Composers, you'll have a special discounted price. You'll find the special checkout to enroll, on the left sidebar on your course dashboard.

EXCEPTION: This special discount doesn't apply if you own the SVO course in any of its versions (Basic, Pro, Expert, Lite, or Power Package), it only applies to the courses specified above.
   Do I need to buy any sample library before taking this course?
 Read the answer to the last question 👆

Also, once you enroll to this course, you can get access to discounts on many sample libraries and plugins! Just ask for a certificate of enrollment once you're in.

This course will pay for itself with the amount of money you'll save from educational discounts you'll get! ;)
   Does this course include assignments?
This program doesn't include assignment revisions inside the course. This means that inside every module there's no Assignment submission available.

However, once or twice a month you can submit a track you've been working on and I will go live and review it in-depth. I break down what was done well and what can be improved upon, helping you increase production and composition value.

The tracks being analyzed are selected in order of reception. I go live on a long session and I review the track with the student connected with me directly via Zoom at the same and they can ask any doubt about the revision. These live feedback sessions are also streamed live in the Cinematic Composing Facebook group.

On the other side, if you enrolled in the I'm A Full-Time Composer version of the course, the SVO Lite version is included in your enrollment. For that specific course, you can include assignment revisions after each module by a teacher at any time for the SVO Lite course that is included if you enroll in the "I'm A Full-Time Composer" version.
   Is this course only in English?
Yes. The contents of this  course are only in English at the moment
   Do the videos come with subtitles?
No. The videos don't include subtitles.
   I don't understand English. Is this course in any other language as well?
All the content is in English.
  How long will I have access to the course materials?
You’ll have access to the course materials for life, as well as to the Facebook group AND the weekly chats. You can join any weekly chat that you want, even if your course has finished. And the chat sessions are recorded, so you can watch them at any time.
   I cannot read music and have never taken orchestration classes or anything like that. I have learned everything by ear. Will I still be able to successfully complete the course?
Honestly, we have lots of fun and engaging conversations with students who don’t have formal training. Sometimes, when you’ve got a lot of training you can develop complexes or insecurities about what is right or wrong, what you should or shouldn’t do when composing, and so forth.
We’re recently getting more students who don’t read music and instead produce by ear. 

If you’re one of those with little or no traditional formal training, you’ll still gain loads of practical, useful information and experience in this course.
  Do I need a Mac to take this course? What type of computer do I need?
You don't need a Mac for this course. Marc uses a PC. Half of our SVO students are Mac, the other half are PC.

Any computer, desktop or laptop, with an i5 or similar (i7 desired), 4-8Gb of RAM (16 desired), and 150Gb of free HDD storage for samples (SSD desired) will be enough to get you started. You can always upgrade later.
   How is the course build? And is there some kind of certificate we receive at the end?
The course consists of weekly lessons, based on videos and PDFs. The course also includes weekly live video-chats with your teacher and the rest of the students and a private Facebook group where you can ask questions.

Once you get access to the private Facebook group, you'll be able to join periodical masterclasses with Hollywood composers and mixing engineers for free. The last ones we did were with Spider-Man composer Christopher Young, Riverdale composer Blake Neely, and mixing engineer Bobby Fernandez, among others.

At the end of the course, you'll get a certificate of completion.
   Do you have a refund policy?
Yes. We are giving you a full 30 DAYS to go through the training, implement what you learn, and watch your production skills begin to grow.

If you reach out within 30 days to show us that you haven’t seen any progress, then we’ll be happy to return the investment.

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