This post was originally published at ask.audio
Recently, I completed the book 100 Orchestration Tips, a collection of advice, insight, and practical approach from my decades of work as an orchestral composer and arranger. Ask.Audio is running a series of chapters excerpted from the book to celebrate the release of Orchestration 102: The Wind Section and as a prelude to the release of my upcoming course Orchestration 103: Wind Instruments. These sister courses, to be released later this year, will introduce the wind families and examine how they work together orchestrally, with many audio and visual samples of top players at work.
Author : Thomas Goss