Berklee College of Music has introduced a new video series, Virtual Orchestration, dedicated to helping musicians learn the art of composing with sampled orchestral instruments.
The series is open to all, with episodes aimed at both aspiring and experienced composers looking to expand their musical capabilities.
Hosted by composer Alex Lamy, Virtual Orchestration will explore every aspect of the compositional creative process. The content is curated by the faculty of Berklee’s Screen Scoring Department, along with special guest presenters from the professional scoring world.
The first episodes of season one are available now, and the channel will release a new episode every Sunday.
5 thoughts on “Berklee College Of Music Intros Free Virtual Orchestration Video Series”
Heh. When I went to Berklee we composed our orchestral projects on jv-1010s! I am looking forward to checking this out.
When I went to Berklee we used paper, Arps synthesizers, and our imaginations. This looks like an improvement. 🙂
we used sticky notes.
I still have a sticky JV-1010.