I'm really interested in producing orchestral stuff lately. Because my arrangements aren't the best ones so far, I want to learn from other projects before I compose whole orchestral songs. In my opinion, the best way to do this, is to make great songs even greater and learn from them.
If you don't know what an orchestral intro is, just search on YouTube for "Orchestral Intro Edit". It's basically a short intro of your song (EDM for example), which keeps the style of your song, but is made out of high quality orchestral instruments.
What do you have to do?
If you want an intro for free, just send me all MIDI files of your song to: "firstname.lastname@example.org"
If I like the song and think an orchestral intro would sound good there, I will come back to you after my holidays.
With sending me your MIDI files, you agree and allow me to upload the final result onto my YouTube channel and monetize the video, if I decide to do an intro for you.
This could be also a great promotion for you and your song, since my YouTube channel has 85.000+ subscribers.
Is it worth for you to get one?
Well... It's for free right? If you like it, you have a great new intro for your song. If you don't like it, you've lost nothing ;)
Can't wait to hear your creations :)
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