Featured Tutorial: Action Cue in 9 minutes

We’re back with Mike Patti from Cinesamples for another fun and interesting tutorial on how to write an action cue in under 9 mins. These videos are fun to watch, and you can pick up a few tips and tricks along the way:

Written by: Emmett Cooke

Emmett Cooke is an Irish composer for film, tv and video games. His music has been used around the world by high profile companies including Sony Playstation, Ralph Lauren, ABC, CBS, NBC, Lockheed Martin and many more.

  • http://www.adamditroia.com Adam DiTroia

    Awesome video and I loved the cue! Are the samples from a variety of sources or one library? They sound amazing!

    • admin

      Hi Adam, think they’re from different libraries – Mike explains it during the video I think :)

  • Conrad

    Great tutorial! Amazing skills!

  • Andy Kotz

    “Octatonic scale”… Sorry, I had a hard time hearing him describe the scale he said he was using and I have forgotten many of their names over the years (even though I may still “know” them through constant usage)!!!
    I’m getting old… :(

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