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5 Month Composer Academy/Intensive August 19 Enrolling

Want to make a career as a film composer? Discover our five-month intensive mentorship for composers that will open doors to the film industry. Limited to 20 Students. Our twice weekly training will have you scoring almost 4 times more video than any university program and includes complete business training and business plan. This is for composers that WANT TO WORK! Get off the NO PLAN, PLAN!

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Learn from working Film Composers!

You will be training hands on with composers who actually are working. From 20th century harmony, midi mock-ups, and hybrid trailer and game scoring, we will train you in a way universities don’t do.  You will dive into a world of melodies, harmony, technology, and emotions as we guide you through the core of film and digital media composing. We take your success seriously!

Scorecraft Academy Overview From Our Director

5 Month Intensive Begins August 19 (Limited To 20 Students)

Personalized mentorship and training including post course student business introductions


Our Most Comprehensive, Program Culminating In Real World Client Pitches And Acquisition.

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Advanced Film Composer Course In An Encouraging Atmosphere

Discover an innovative deep-learning program for film composers designed especially for those who live and love the world of music, film, and television, and digital media. If you want to make a professional career and want to do the work, there is no other program like this, and this deep. Many of our composers have gone on to score movies, episodic tv, video games and library music.

Our Highest Priority Is Getting You Trained To
A Level Where You Can Work. We Even Start With Your First Introductions

Who We Are

We are the entry point to your ideal job as a film composer. Our 5-month Composer Academy/Intensive is an innovative film scoring course for music and film lovers who want to merge their passions. Our mentors are well-known film composers with decades of expertise who will walk you through their creative processes and strategies. Our program is available to people of various musical backgrounds. Come to us and let your creativity run free. Everyone has a different skill and our hope is to bring “your sound” out through the program and make you a unique voice in the scoring world!

Master Class From Successful Film Composers

Passion and affinity for music and film art.

Take your first steps and make this your profession with renowned film composers with decades of experience in the music industry and creators of memorable pieces in film and television.

This program gives you exclusive and unique access to their creative process. They will teach you their film composition techniques, how they work, and how they create and select the piece to complement and give a touch of life to each scene. 

You will learn what inspires them, how they create harmony and  melody, and how they use notes and chords, so you can develop the necessary skills and abilities that will allow you to capture your inspiration and captivate the audience.



Learning And Breaking Down Scores From The Masters

It is a unique opportunity that each master class breaks down one by one famous film scores to unveil the techniques used by celebrities of the seventh art, such as John Williams, James Newton Howard, Danny Elfman, etc., so you can understand how musical pieces are created.

Discover how these greats have made you feel joy, sadness, anguish, panic, surprise, etc. when watching a scene. Then YOU will be using these techniques in your class scoring assignments


A Score to Picture Program

You will be scoring picure EVERY WEEK, with real world Hollywood scoring assignments and feedback.

This is an opportunity to polish and put talent into practice, with personalized advice and step-by-step follow-up so you can apply special techniques and make a career as a film composer.

Classes, advanced mentoring by professional composers, and personalized tutorials that complement online learning aim to train and inspire the next generation of the music, film, and television industry and guide them to follow their passion.

Bring out the full potential of your talent!

Enroll in Our 5-Month Composer Academy/Intensive!

Awaken your passion for music and movies by enrolling in a 5-month composition intensive course/academy that will launch you into the world of film composition. Our film scoring programs provide rare access to expert film composers, reveal the secrets of iconic film scores, and provide hands-on creative exercises. Regardless of musical background, this is your chance to produce remarkable tunes that convey emotion on screen.


We Take 5 Months And GET YOU READY!

Through masterclasses, participants gain:


Orchestration Coaching

Through masterclasses, participants gain:



Multiple weekly assignments to develop their creativity. Working alongside and with fellow classmates


Film Scoring

Scoring assignments for films and pictures to associate the images with the music and convey emotions. Learn by scoring scenes in all genres

Business training and pitching

Students will have the chance to connect with real clients within the industry to apply the knowledge acquired. This program ends with actual pitch sessions to real world clients


Music Composition Program

The training program unveils five months of intensive deep learning so that you can understand film composition techniques correctly and take advantage of the best technological resources and create realistic professional pieces using your computer.


Mastering Technology And Sample Based Scoring

Learn how to create realistic mock-ups and use advanced MIDI control of sample based instruments, including articulation mapping, MIDI CC control and controllers, template building, using the latest sample libraries.

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Starting August. 19, 2024


Why Pursue A Career As A Film Composer?

Music lovers often have as their first goal to become singers and stars on stage. However, this is a short and tiring career that involves going from one place to another during long tours, spending hours inside a bus, and with the passing of time, possibly having fewer and fewer gigs. 

There is so much more in the music industry to explore! 

With a range of career options that allow them to develop and exploit their potential long-term, film composing is an ageless career constantly growing and demands new and fresh talent that can bring new ideas. 

Advantages of a Career as a Film Composer

Take Your Passion To The Next Level!


What Will You Find In Each Class Of Our Music Composition Program?

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Scoring to pictures

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Orchestration coaching

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Fundamentals of film composing

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Music composition and harmony techniques

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Practical guidelines for composing on instruments.

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Creation of musical pieces based on film genres.

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Teamwork skills

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Follow-up and personalized consulting

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Real work feedback and Business training

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Using computers to create very realistic mockups

Who Can Apply to the Film Scoring Course?

This music composition program is aimed at people with a passion and vocation for music and film who are interested in learning how to create high-impact musical compositions capable of transmitting emotions that transcend the screen.

We are interested in musicians with diverse musical backgrounds not just people with composition degrees. The best digital media composers are usually ones with a creative production or music background. Music reading is not necessary, but we encourage non readers to begin the process.

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PART ONE - Chordal State Lecture

  • Chordal States – constantly change based on harmony, melody, and film emotion
    • Grounded state versus Ungrounded state.
      • Grounded states and examples
      • Ungrounded states examples including altered tone degrees or dissonance.
    • Tools to use in between Grounded and Ungrounded, when you don’t know what the emotion will be:
      • Lydian Mode “chord” – Root + Major Third + Flatted 5th
      • Augmented triad example
      • Suspended triad
      • Intervallic triad
    • Spotify Listening – Film Score Intensive 1 playlist.
    • Homework Session – Thor Love & Thunder cue

PART TWO - Spotting, Dialog, Scoring Devices

  • Questions to ask at a Spotting Session
  • Writing around dialogue
  • Musical Devices – Key, Mode, Register, Tempo, Density, etc
  • Review Michael’s Thor cue – introduction to the review process

PART ONE - Animated Scoring and intro to Harmonic textures

  • Review of students’ Thor cue
  • Monophonic Orchestration Style (#1) from George Frederick McKay’s Creative Orchestration – 8 Orchestra Textures
    • Can be a solo instrument, doubled in octaves, or unison at same register with different instruments.

Homework – Sonic the Hedgehog cue


  • Review of students’ Thor cue

PART ONE - Expanded Harmony and intro to comedy writing

  • Chordal Harmony (#2) and Onomatopoeia (#8) Orchestration Style
    • Chordal Harmony – melody is supported by chords, without countermelody or conter-rhythm, in its entirety.
    • Onomatopoeia – music sounds like its subject – any musical device you can think of.
  • Review of students’ Sonic cue
  • Kids’ Music and Comedy – Types of writing – bumper-based shows, rock/pop, cheesy and sparse, short stings or reactionary scoring, electronic/EDM, classic lo-fi, instrumentation, etc.

Homework – Little Margo cue

PART TWO - THURSDAY-SCI FI Music, Chromatic Expansion and Hans Zimmer Music

  • Review of students’ Sonic cue
  • “How DUNE Composer Hans Zimmer created the Oscar-winning score l Vanity Fair” YouTube video
  • Review of students’ Little Margo cue

PART ONE - Chromatic expansion, polyphonic texture, Sound design drones

  • Polyphonic Writing, Orchestration Style – consists of two or more simultaneous melodic lines. Similar to fugues or counterpoint. Maybe side by side to start, then together.
  • Spotify listening playlist – Polyphonic Harmony
  • Chromatic Expansion – Take the top voice and go up chromatically while chords change underneath.
  • Review students’ Little Margo cue
  • Making a Drone using a Synth Plugin
  • Homework – Mandalorian cue

PART TWO - Live Scoring “star Wars” Speed Writing

  • LIVE Scoring session – Star Wars Carbonite – spotting and scoring
  • Loopback sample setup

PART ONE - Modulations, secondary harmonic dominants, James Bond Music(SPY)

  • “Kobe Bryant’s Greatest Speech – BEST Motivation Ever” YouTube video
  • Review of students’ Mandalorian cue
  • Secondary Harmonic Dominants ( – method of prolongation of the chordal structure and movement to another chord or key, including false cadences.
  • Spotting session – Golden Eye cue
  • Spotify playlist – Bond Music – Spy music – review instrument palette and playing styles.

WEEK 5 PART TWO - Templates Intro including libraries, MIDI CC

  • “John Barry and David Arnold – The Music of James Bond” YouTube video – music review
  • MIDI CC’s – 1, 7, & 11 – how to get a quick and dynamic response from brass and strings.
  • Michael shares a look at his Template and favorite Libraries.

PART ONE - James Newton Howard, Trailer music,

  • “The Pretty Woman soundtrack changed my career / James Howard Newton on Composing” YouTube review.
  • Review of students’ Golden Eye cue
  • Trailer & Promo Music – both part of music library music
    • Promo – Station promotes a new show or episode coming up
    • Trailer – written in shorter sections, not a lot of modulation or melody, with editable hit points, ostinato, swells, etc.
    • Spotting session – Joker Trailer cue

PART TWO - Guest in depth dive of Vienna Ensemble and Midi mapping/articulations

Guest teacher Steve Steele – Creating Articulation Maps, Vienna Ensemble Pro, Babylon Waves Art Conductor, MIDI CC’s, creating a workflow and Aux’s in your Template in detail.

PART 1 - Sound Design,Reharm progressions, Motifs and themes

  • Sound Design – anything non-orchestral or non-band oriented
    • Best chance of success in trailer music if you are good at sound design – more important than how good you are at orchestral music.
  • Spotify listening playlist – Sound Design
  • Incorporating Sound Design alongside Orchestral music in trailers, so you can hardly tell which is which. Strings and Synths made to sound like one thing – together.
  • Review of students’ Joker Trailer cue
  • Spotting session – Star Wars Return of the Jedi cue.

PART 2 - Reharm discussion including John Williams, Hybrid Brass

  • Reharmonization – cool chord progressions
    • vi-IV-II is a very powerful one, cinematic, gets you out of one key
    • vi-IV-VII keeps building and overcoming.
    • Variations: I-iv6-II Great for REVEALS with the last chord
  • Hybrid String-Synth and Brass-Synth creation
    • How to make a Hybrid Synth & Orchestral String instrument from scratch, including many FX plugins
  • Star Wars Theme Reharmonization ideas

PART 1 - SATB Scoring, Homophonic textures, Musicals

  • Homophonic Texture orchestration style – Melody with texture of chords underneath. SATB
  • Review of students’ Star Wars Return of the Jedi cue.
  • Homework – Lion King cue

PART 2 - Live Satb Scoring, Voice Leading In Film Scores

  • Review of students’ Star Wars Return of the Jedi cue.
  • LIVE Scoring – SATB
  • “How to Get From Chord to Chord – Voice Leading Music Theory by Odd Quartet” YouTube video review
  • “The Orchestration Method that ALWAYS Works by Ryan Leach” YouTube video review.

PART ONE - ADVENTURE MUSIC, Advanced Orchestral Devices

  • Flying and Adventure music – instrumentation and characteristics
  • Review of students’ Lion King cue
  • Homework – Jurassic Park cue
  • Orchestral Devices
    • Bi-tonal division – ability to superimpose other modes over/under your melody
    • Metric Modulation
    • Elongation
    • Melodic Counters
    • Register Division
  • Analysis of 1 minute of John Williams’ Jurassic Park Conductor’s score

PART 2 - Music Business Part 1, Music Libraries, Brand Development

  • Review of students’ Lion King cue
  • Analysis of Jurassic Journey to the Island
  • Music Business – Pitching to Music Libraries – What to Do
    • Creating your own catalog, brand and unique perspective.
    • Write a few paragraphs about your “Brand”.

PART ONE - Westerns And Their Traditional Orchestral Devices

  • Review of students’ Jurassic Park cue
  • Western Music review – instrumentation, characteristics, etc
    • Western Sub-Styles –
      • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
      • Aaron Copland Heroic style, such as Billy the Kid
    • Spotify listening playlist – Westerns FSS
    • Spotting session – Butch Cassidy cue
  • Review of Western music sample libraries

PART TWO - Writing Transitions, Vertical And Horizontal Compositional Syles

  • Review students’ Jurassic Park cue
  • Transitions in compositional scoring
    • Trumpet Transition sample
    • Displaced Entry Transition
    • Major 7 on the V chord Transition
    • Rhythmic Displacement Transition

PART ONE - Orchestral Reductions, Holst Analysis And Uses

  • Review students’ Butch Cassidy cue
  • 20th Century Orchestration Style
    • Holst: The Planets listening and review instrumentation and characteristics
  • Analyze “Mercury, The Winged Messenger” section from The Planets, and do a Score Reduction.
    • Dovetailing – when you move the melody or something up and down in register and section of the orchestra.
    • Major Tetrachords
    • Staggered triads in the Harp
  • “The Planets: Mercury, the Winged Messenger Score Reduction and Analysis” YouTube video
  • HOMEWORK – Spiderman cue

PART TWO - Invervalic Writing,in Class Score

  • Review students’ Butch Cassidy cue
  • Intervalic writing style (from Paraschetti book on 20th Century writing) – can be used under dialogue and can also be a way to transition between tension and release. The point is to create tension under the score without key and mode. Move by chord or by single notes. Every interval in a melody has an emotion. Review each one.
    • Two levels to Intervallic writing – Melody and Harmonization

LIVE scoring – write a melody with 2 woodwinds, with 4 changes in the melody, 4 intervals. Harmonize with another instrument underneath. Note change in emotion.

PART ONE - Hybrid Scoring Intro

  • Review students’ Spiderman cue
  • Hybrid Sound Design Music inspired by Songs
  • How to make a Pulse from scratch, including FX plugins
    • Favorite plugins and libraries
  • Spotting session – The Matrix lobby shootout cue
  • Spotify listening playlist – Hybrid Scoring

PART TWO - Advanced Sound Design And Project Pitch Creation

  • Review students’ Spiderman cue
  • Stylus RMX and REX files
  • Audio Mangling tools and favorite plugins
  • LIVE scoring – Record something audio, chip it up, reverse, delays, distortion, glitches, etc. Make an instrument out of it.

PART ONE - Music Of Jerry Goldsmith, Sci Fi, Horror Music

  • Review students’ The Matrix cue
  • Horror music – instrumentation and characteristics, sample libraries
  • Alien soundtrack by Jerry Goldsmith analysis
  • Spotify listening playlist – Week 4 FSS Horror
  • Spotting session – Prey (Predator 7) Final Battle Predator vs Naru Fight Scene cue

PART TWO - Mixing Part One

  • Review students’ The Matrix cue
  • Mixing – Thing in Frequency Ranges. Group tracks by frequency
    • How to treat Tracks and Stems
      • EQ can be built into your Template. Every project may be different, though.
      • Make a Bus/Aux Track for each plugin effect.
    • Compression, Reverb, EQ etc. concepts and products
    • How to Set Up a Master Bus

PART ONE - Atonal Music

  • Review students’ Prey cue
  • Atonal music style – instruments, characteristics, sample libraries
    • Uses shapes and colors outside key and mode.
    • Doesn’t have to be dissonant all the time.
    • Nebulous emotional center
      • Two ways to increase emotional intensity – speeding up or down, crescendo/decrescendo
      • Homogenous instruments or Non-Homogenous instruments
    • Spotting session – Mizimono cue (Hannibal season finale)
    • Spotify listening playlist – Atonal Class Music
    • Ideas for Scoring Atonal Music
      • 12-tone system of writing
      • Use Intervals in dissonant shapes
      • Alternate mild consonant interval to a more dissonant interval in succession
      • Clusters

PART TWO - Switching States And Emotions Rapidly, Midi Mockup

  • Review students’ Prey cue
  • LIVE Scoring – Atonal to Tonal – Grounded to Ungrounded
  • How to Record Initial Volumes into MIDI Instrument Tracks (and Gainstaging)
    • Adjusting CC’s on instruments, stems, leaving headroom on the master bus

PART ONE - Team Scoring Week, Bernard Hermann

  • Spotify listening playlist – Film Score History – Bernhard Herman, Vertigo & Psycho film scores
  • Review students’ Mizimono cue
  • Working with a Team – Work in pairs remotely to write Great Wolf Lodge cue.
    • Some of the best film score composers today have teams – Hans Zimmer, Harry Gregson-Williams, etc.
    • Who will write what? Style? Tempo? Key? Who will do the Deliverables to submit to Producer?
  • HOMEWORK – Great Wolf Lodge cue

PART TWO - Stacks And Ensemble Writing, Master Business Planning

  • Review students’ Mizimono cue
  • LIVE Scoring – Make an Instrument by Stacking instruments – Omnisphere is great for this. Trailer music and music library work, and Pop – these will require that you bring something new to the table. Can turn them into Risers, resample them, add FX plugins, etc.
  • Write a Master Plan – Don’t be on the No Plan Plan. Make a list of people, organizations, events, etc that you can access to promote yourself and make connections and relationships.

PART ONE - Computer Technology, Romantic Comedies

  • Computer configuration – Tech spec discussion regarding requirements for a good computer or network – size, speed, etc.
  • Review students’ Great Wolf Lodge TEAM cue
  • Romantic & Romantic Comedy music
    • Instruments, writing styles, sample libraries
    • Woodwinds feature heavily, Pizzicato, Lydian mode, mallets, not super heavily orchestrated, etc
  • Write a Romantic Theme for violin. Deliver a chart for just the violin part. Send audio of orchestration or accompaniment with separate click track. Next week, we’ll have a live violinist in the studio to play and record your theme.
  • Spotify listening playlist – Romantic Comedy Score review
  • HOMEWORK – Titanic cue


PART ONE - Sync Music,promo Music, Hits Slams, Drums

  • Review students’ Titanic cue
  • Sync Music – Different styles, musical beds, used before TV shows, announcing new series/episodes, in movie trailers.
    • Definite format to this style
    • Big drum sounds
    • Editable hit points
    • Original music or Soundalikes
  • How to get your music in front of the right people. Who are the right people? How does the business of Sync music work?
  • Spotify listening playlist – PROMO Music/Sync playlist.
  • HOMEWORK – Back to the Future cue

PART TWO - Trailer Music<,music Pitch Part Two

  • Review students’ Titanic cue
  • LIVE Scoring – Trailer ending sample (last 15 seconds)
    • BIG ending, fast and frantic
    • Rise, Post Hit, then a sparkly thing at the end
  • Samples Libraries good for Trailer sounds

PART ONE - Video Game Music And Industry

  • Video Game Music – Non-linear, think in “blocks” of music
    • Must loop right at the zero point and create a tiny fade at the front and the end. Snap to Zero Crossings.
    • Emotional Mapping
    • Vertical Resequencing, Horizontal Resequencing
    • Cross Fading
    • Transitions
    • Middleware – Game Audio Engine
  • Spotify listening playlist – Video Game Music Mix
  • Spotting session – Video game cue “sections”. Deliver loopable audio regions for selected parts of the game.
  • Review students’ Back to the Future cue

PART TWO - Advanced Chordal And Tectural Scoring Techniques

  • Review students’ Bank to the Future cue
  • LIVE Scoring – Leading Shapes, Whole Tone Scale – Go from Lydian shape to resolution, which needs to modulate somewhere else. Use Leading or Common Tone resolutions style.
  • Leading Shapes, Whole Tone Scale – very useful if someone comes to a new place, or if there are mixed emotions.
    • Two whole tone scales – one starting on C and one starting on C#. Triads are all Augmented triads. Lots of Lydian Shapes in the Whole Tone Scale.
    • Leading Resolution
    • Common Tone Resolution
    • Alternate Root Notes

PART ONE - Mixing And Mastering

  • How the Video Game music business works – special events, etc
  • Review students’ Video Game loops
  • Mixing & Mastering Considerations –
    • Think front to back – far to close
    • Where to put reverb plugin in the signal chain
    • Frequency Masking
    • Drum sample mixing
  • HOMEWORK – Toy Story cue
  • Students screenshare live and “show and tell” their mixing workflow for the Toy Story cue. Have DAW open to show us.

PART TWO - Guest Composer

  • Guest composer Gigi Meroni Animation music specialist.
    • References for music given by Producers.
    • Are most of your episodes shorter these days?
    • Do you get writer’s block?
    • What are some good ways to try to get work when you’re just starting out?
  • Mixing Drums – Split them out and mix separately – LOTS of detail regarding drum positioning, panning, bleed, overhead mics, EQ ranges for each drum type, etc.

PART ONE - Personal Plan, Business Development, Final Full Episode

  • Review students’ Toy Story cue and DAW Mixing/Mastering workflow
  • HOMEWORK – Wolf Lodge FINAL 24-minute episode cue
    • Theme for each character
  • ScoreCraft Academy Post Class Action Plan review
  • 20 questions to answer in detail about what concrete things you will do within different timeframes to get you further along in your composing career

PART TWO - Speed Write

  • Review students’ Toy Story cue and DAW Mixing/Mastering workflow
  • LIVE Scoring – Speed & Accuracy – How far have you come?
    • Section vs Section of Orchestra contrast. Write one complete section of the orchestra by itself, not across sections, and write it into another section of the orchestra.

PART ONE - Synthesis

  • “Analog Synths Explained” from Groove 3 video by Scott Dugan
    • Oscillators, Filters, Envelope Generator, Attack/Decay/Sustain/Release ADSR, Low Frequency Oscillator (LFO’s)
  • Favorite analog synth plugins and hardware.

PART TWO - Getting Paid, deliverables, Live Sound Design Session

  • Music Library Business format and payment process, royalties & publishing
  • LIVE Scoring – Sound Design Synthesis – Learn to use an LFO. Write a 20 second Intro to a trailer.
  • Omnisphere’s LFO – How to assign and use LFO’s

PART ONE - Brand Development, director Producer Interviews

  • What is your BRAND? It’s more than just music. It’s your journey. Document your journey, and share it! Do it in a way that will inspire people.
  • What will you bring to a project?
  • Why am I right for the project?
  • Michael interviews each student with the questions above.
  • Important concepts to convey to potential project managers –
    • I’m an expert, not a jerk about it.
    • I have a passion for music.
    • I have a passion for the project.

PART TWO - Personal Development, Score Reductions

  • Conductor’s Score Reductions review
    • Scherzo for Motorcycle and Orchestra score reduction and analysis Indiana Jones (NMK Music)
    • Finlandia score reduction and analysis (NMK Music)
  • Uncommon Sense for Creative People – Whitty-isms
  • Submit “My Strengths and Weaknesses” paragraphs to Michael. Notice how they may have changed since the beginning of the class.

Final Wrap

  • No Zoom – just hanging together.
  • “Alan Silvestri breaks down the composing workflow behind his blockbuster scores” (by Native Instruments) video
  • “Watch this every day and change your life – Denzel Washington Motivational Speech 2023” by AlexKaltsMotivation video
  • Final

Register Now! Our course is a FRACTION of the cost of a university program!!

Early Registration Discount is Available.

Cost: $5000 Normally $6500

Secure Your Spot With a $500 Deposit; Full Payment Required by JUNE 15.PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE THROUGH PAYPAL (6, 12 or 24 Month Option)

The class will start on August. 19, 2024.

The course is designed for people with a vocation and unique talent who wish to express themselves through every lyric and every note.

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See step by step our candidate selection process.
Step One

Sign up

Register online and complete minimally your tuiton deposit to hold your spot.
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Step Two

We get to know you

A friendly chat to tell us about your vocation, what inspires you, and what you hope for, and how to prepare for the program

Step Three

Finalize tuition and training begins July 15

After the interview, you will be added to our roster and have access to preliminary training and will begin twice a week fomal training via Zoom July 15 

Enroll Now: Begin Your Musical Journey

Take the chance to transform your passion into a career. Enroll now in our 5-month composition intensive course/academy and start on a revolutionary musical adventure. 

Learn from the finest in the business, decode iconic soundtracks, and complete real-world composition assignments to combine your passion for music and movies. Our composer academy is here to cultivate your potential and assist you toward an exciting career in film composing, regardless of your musical background. Make music that transcends the screen by unleashing your creative genius. Your journey begins right now!

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Starting August 19, 2024

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