Sample library developer Orchestral Tools and top music school Berklee College of Music are about to deepen their ongoing collaboration with a brand new Virtual Orchestration channel on YouTube.
Orchestral Tools has launched Virtual Orchestration, a new YouTube channel created in collaboration with Berklee College of Music. The new channel will teach people the art of composing with sampled orchestral instruments and explore every aspect of the compositional creative process. To get something out of it, you won’t have to be well-versed into music making; there will be episodes aimed at both aspiring and experienced composers looking to expand their musical capabilities.
Together with the launch, Orchestral Tools is making the Berlin Orchestra Collection available for a special price of 399 EUR VAT until January 31, 2023.
The channel’s host will be composer Alex Lamy who got his masters degree in Composition for Screen at the Royal College of Music. The wealth of knowledge being made available has been curated alongside the preeminent faculty of Berklee College of Music’s Screen Scoring department, as well as some well-known special guest presenters from the professional scoring world.
Each lesson is designed to be both inspiring and practical with a wealth of useful tips and tricks that can be quickly implemented into any composer’s workflow. The first episodes of Season 1 are available now, and the channel will release a new episode every Sunday.
Berklee’s Screen Scoring faculty had already worked directly with Orchestral Tools to build the Berlin Orchestra, a full symphony orchestra library designed to meet the exact requirements of Berklee’s Screen Scoring curriculum. This library provides students with a professional-grade toolkit that can support them in the professional world as well as in the classroom.
For more information and to subscribe to Virtual Orchestration, please click here.
To purchase the Berlin Orchestra Collection at the special offer price, please click here.