GarageBand/Creating a melody which tells a story

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These lessons on film scoring are under construction this month

These instructions are designed for GarageBand 3 plus the sounds of a symphony orchestra.
GarageBand is easy and fast yet powerful enough to do film scoring.
Please, tell me if you find anything as good!

This course in music and filmmaking is:
Film scoring introduction for filmmakers
This lesson is:
Lesson #3 - Using melody to create moods with GarageBand and the sounds of a symphony orchestra
The pages in this lesson are:
Page 1: Creating moods with melodies
Page 2: Creating a simple melody using GarageBand - 6 points
Page 3: Creating a melody which tells a story - 6 points
Page 4: Creating a simple motif - 6 points
Page 5: Creating continuity with melodies - 6 points
Page 6: Create a musical cue for "Graduation Day" - #2 - 20 points
Create melodies that tell stories

Tell me a story

Remember the first pop quiz?
The first pop quiz asked you to describe the story that goes with the tune.
Now simply create a melody which tells a story. You can start by creating your own version of any of the melodies from the pop quiz.

Send your melody to me

Send me the project file for a melody which tells a story.

The next page

We start very simply by creating a motiv in GarageBand

Contact your instructor

Your instructor for this film scoring class is Robert Elliott.
You can email me by clicking here.

Shortcuts to the other music lessons for film scoring: The Introduction"Fear""Joy""Drama"The Workshop