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Avid Releases Sibelius First, Free Music Notation And Scoring Software

Grab the new, free version of Sibelius and get started in the world of scoring. With a great core feature set it's the perfect way to learn about composition.

Review: Zero-G Ethera EVI

Zero-G's Ethera EVI is much more than just a voice instrument. As Hollin Jones finds out, it's a whole world of soundtrack composition tools in one.

Review: Red Room Audio Saga Acoustic Trailer Percussion

When it comes to games, movie and TV scoring you need more variety to your drum sounds. Saga Acoustic Trailer Percussion is designed to cover all your scoring needs.

Grey's Anatomy & My Name Is Earl Composer Releases POLY And WAVE Synths

Designed by TV and movie composer Danny Lux, Poly and Wave bring his years of sound design experience to you for a very affordable price.

Red Room Audio Release SAGA - Acoustic Trailer Percussion

Take your movie and trailer scores to the next level with this new cinematic percussion scoring tool kit from Red Room Audio - on sale for a limited time.

How To Write Better Music Scores With Powerful Rhythms

Understanding the relationship between the different rhythms in your melody, accompaniment and other musical elements can help you produce a more effective musical score. Here's how.

Scoring To Picture in Logic Pro X? You Need To Understand Frame & Sample Rates

Correctly matching frame and sample rates when working with video in Logic Pro is key to having a trouble-free scoring experience. David Earl shows you how it's done.

Practical Music Theory: Comping and Accompaniment

Different techniques for voicing and playing chords can radically change the way a piece of music sounds. Matt Vanacoro shares 5 pro tips for better accompaniment.

Synth Stories 12: Kevin Blumenfeld On Scoring In The Vault with The Moog Mother 32

With major Hollywood movie scores to his name, Kevin Blumenfeld has recently turned to the Moog Mother 32 for his latest TV show. Here he explains how it fits into his sonic world.

Music Theory: Using Drones and Common Tones

Here's how using different kinds of common tones - additional notes held as part of a chord - can add an extra quality to your playing and go beyond simple chord structures.

Review: Cinematic Studio Solo Strings

If you're looking for an affordable but great-sounding solo string instrument collection for your scores or soundtracks, Cinematic Studio's latest release may be just the ticket.

Practicing For Musicians 101: Goals and Efficiency

Practicing your instrument can sometimes seem like a chore, but by changing your approach and identifying goals you can make it more enjoyable, and achieve more as well.

Music Theory: How Beams Can Save You Time And Effort When Grouping Notes In Notation

Beams are a standard way of simplifying certain elements of a musical score. Gregg Fine explains why you should be using them.

Soundiron Apocalypse Elements Is An Epic Percussion Powerhouse

This Kontakt player instrument, Apocalypse Elements takes the core from the 25 GB Apocalypse Percussion Ensemble for a more streamlined, accessible edition. It sounds incredible. Take a listen.

Steinberg Unveils Dorico Music Notation Software

Steinberg tell us that Dorico defines a new standard in notation software, designed to be intuitively accessible while allowing its users to craft and print publication-quality scores. More info below