• Good Youtube Channels For Observing Music Composition?
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I've been interesting in learning different composers' processes for writing music, preferably video game soundtracks, as well as hearing explanations for the choices they make during composition. I was wondering if there were any good channel for that sort of thing? Recorded streams of live composition would be appreciated as well.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8P_raHQ4EoWTSH2GMESMQA
This is a great channel, but my focus is more on channels run by composers who explain their process and/or stream themselves making music. I think it'd be easier to find my own groove if I see how others work, in order to get some sort of foothold.
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I know this isn't exactly what you're asking, but I compose a lot and have found that voice leading as well as developing a good ear by improvising a lot makes a huge difference to your range.
I'm not at all musically inclined, but I found listening to Chris Christodoulou's commentary on his soundtrack for DEADBOLT to be pretty interesting. He made one for his soundtrack for Risk of Rain, too, although I haven't listened to that. Are these the kinda thing you're looking for? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyzCmaSAUIE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLQBf0W2D8Q
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3T0q0gXapQ May not be exactly what you want but would this help you? This channel takes a couple of series and explains the origins for its soundtracks and its inspiration, with visual details on how they were made.
Adam Neely is great, I'm not a music person at all but I really like his videos. https://www.youtube.com/user/havic5/videos
Thank y'all for the suggestions! While I might not have found 100% what I was looking for, these are all pretty good leads and informative too.
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