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Alexander Electronic Arranging Lesson 2 Orchestrating Melody


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  • Model: AlexPElectArrLes2
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  • Manufactured by: Alexander Publishing


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Alexander Publishing Electronic Arranging 16 Lesson Audio Course on Cassette

Hear the arranging technique first from LasterLigh's high quality recording. See the arranging technique in the booklet so you can follow the tape. Learn how to blend the instrements, sequence and finaly record the arranging technique.

Each lesson comes with an audio tape and booklet containing:

  1. Score examples plus additional musical examples
  2. Musical analysis of key examples
  3. Techniques for more efficent recording.

Lesson 2: Orchestrating the Melody with Strings

This lesson teaches you 16 specific string writing techniques with 28 musical examples on side 1. These techniques really enhance your melody, definitely inside information.

Techniques include:

  • String Unisons: Violin 1 + Violin 2, Violin + Violas, Violin + Cellos, Violas + Cellos
  • String Octaves: Violin 1 + Violin 2, Violin + Violas, Violin + Cellos, Violas + Cellos, Cellos - Cellos, Cellos - Basses, Violin 1 + Violin 2, - Violas, Violin 1 - Violin 2, - Violas, Violin 1 + Violin 2, - Violas, + Cellos, Violin + Violas, Violin + Cellos, Violin 1 + Violin 2, - Violas, + Cellos - Basses, and more.

Side 2, You learn how to set up your full electronic string ensemble, how pan it, how to add the right effects, balancing the sections, then how to sequence and record the most important techniques from Side 1 that can be easily achieved on synthesizers.

Rave Reviews:

Ron Jones, Composer, Star Trek, the Next Generation:

"Outstanding! Well laid out. Very direct and to the poing. All meat, no fluff. Definetely for someone who wants to make their writing more mature. This definetely give them a jump and head start. The panning information is really mind opening."

Bruce Miller, Composer for Designing Women, Wings, Knot's Landing, Hearts Afire.

"Listen to the orchestra. Follow the scores, It's all there for you."

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