Through understanding the seven modes, detailed DAW-guided instructions, and storytelling techniques, you'll learn to craft music that resonates deeply, evoking a range of emotions and creating memorable narratives.
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Dive into each mode's unique character to create expressive and nuanced music.
Learn in a DAW environment with detailed explanations, regardless of your theory knowledge.
Apply storytelling techniques to make your compositions engaging, relatable, and emotionally resonant.
Broaden your creative scope with the seven modes, enhancing your unique sound.
Grasp complex concepts with ease, regardless of your music theory background.
Create deeper connections with your audience through evocative musical storytelling.
Alex is a composer from Hamburg, Germany, who has been working in the trailer music and video games world for around 17 years.
In 1998, Alex went to L.A. to study music at the Los Angeles College of Music, and started writing his first trailer track in 2005 for Dynamedion.
Since then, Alex has worked for Two Steps from Hell, Epic Score, Liquid Cinema, Gothic Storm, Position Music, and many others. His music has been featured in movie trailers such as Pacific Rim, Sherlock Holmes, Harry Potter etc., and is currently on air on around 60+ TV shows across the globe.
Furthermore, he has worked for Mick Gordon ( DOOM 2016 ), Trevor Morris (The Tudors), and Frank Peterson (Sarah Brightman) and wrote countless tracks for video games and demos for almost every top sample library company.
"Already know the seven modes, but using them little, except the minor mode (aeolian). When I saw the output of the last course of Alex Pfeffer, I wondered if it would be relevant for me.
Having already done the course on trailer music and partially started the course on video game music, he would surely have something relevant to teach me.
My intuition was good because his examples of using the modes will help me create variety in my music. In addition to having beautiful examples, it helps us understand the narrative aspect of modes, which can be very useful for video game music.
In closing, I've always believed that theoretical knowledge of music is essential when pushing our music to the next level, so I firmly believe this course can help many people.
Thanks once again, Alex!"
- Amy Lavoie, Composer
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STORYTELLING IN MUSIC | THE SEVEN MODES