I am often asked "which library do you use?".
Even though I believe there's isn't wrong questions but only bad answers, the questions asked always show me the level of instruction the curious person has.
I dedicate some chapters only to show you WHICH library I use, and much more critical, WHY I keep and use them in my template. All the rest of the course is dedicated to the HOW I use them.
Even though using virtual instruments require a certain knowledge of each product, my more than 16 years of experience with them shows me that a realistic mockup is much more related to the mindset of the composer than to any specific ability to use library A or B.
This mindset is based on several principles that, unfortunately, are not easily found in academic courses and even less on the internet.
I see people so engaged in learning EQ and mastering when they don't even know how a string ensemble really sounds. This is a trend that seems to spread all over the world and is changing our way of making music.
This next tutorial contains some of the principles that the full Scoring Tools Masterclass teaches. Watch the following video carefully and let me know your impressions by commenting down below it.