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Prepping for Live Recording

The Orchestral Sessions 103

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In this third installment of the Orchestral Sessions series, music composer Olajide Paris covers the preparation work you need to do before any orchestral recording session.

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1 Course Introduction 01:57
2 Syncing Concepts 01:13
3 Clicks & Tempos Maps 02:26

Course Overview

Olajide Paris

Olajide Paris

In any recording session, the most important work happens before the session even begins. This is even more true for orchestral recordings. Because so many musicians are involved, good preparation can save you a lot of time, and time in the studio equals money! In this course, music composer and producer Olajide Paris covers essential tips and workflows to make sure your recording session runs smoothly.

Orchestral musicians usually rely on their conductor as an indicator of tempo, but for music that has to be synced to picture, recording to a click track is a must! Olajide covers different ways to set up a click track in various DAWs (Cubase, Logic Pro X and Pro Tools). He explains how to best deal with tempo changes, count-in, and the odd time signatures that are frequently used in cinematic music. You will discover why you should change the default click track in your DAW to the classic Urei metronome sound, and how to do it. You will also learn how to export tempo maps, create and export stems, how to create a Session Tracker file, and more...

So watch this course by composer and orchestrator Olajide Paris and get ready for your next recording session!

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