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These sessions will provide you with the understanding and ability to write and arrange for string ensembles in a variety of commercial music settings, such as contemporary music, TV and film.
You'll explore areas such as unison and octave doubling, counterpoint, voice leading, chord voicings, divisi, contrapuntal movement and specific instrument ranges and registers. As well as how to create realistic midi mock-ups, with hands-on experience using professional music sequencing software, together with the latest in high-end string sample libraries (LA Scoring Strings and 8dio String libraries).
Instruments covered within the classes include violin, viola, cello, and double bass.
Lessons primary focus is on effective string arranging techniques and the practical, real world applications of the concepts covered.
This class is available on Request
Level 2, 822 George Street, Sydney
Phillip J. Faddoul is a professional composer, orchestrator and arranger. He has a driving passion for music, film and story telling and is incredibly well-versed in a wide range of musical styles.
He is a member of the Australian Guild of Screen Composers and is also currently signed as a composer to Perfect Pitch Publishing and to Australian production music library, Sonic Ozault.
Phillip's music has been featured in various short films, corporate videos, documentaries, cinema, web-series and on Television.
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