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Written as a guide for aspiring composers without formal training, this site lists great tools, books, websites and more. Features a blog, forum and podcast with a wealth of information about orchestration and instrumentation, plus there are courses available to purchase.
Primarily a website for news for David Beard Music Production, the site does also list a substantial number of resources for film composers, including recommended books, magazines, journals, directories and websites.
Founded by esteemed composer and educator Elmer Bernstein in 2001, the FMF aims to support and preserve the art and history of film music. They award grants to organisations engaged in film music education, and publish interviews with legendary composers and lyricists.
Despite the limited sorting options, there are some fantastic editorials and interviews with film composers tucked away on this site. Not well set up for casual browsing, head here only if you have a specific film, company or composer you want to search for.
A resource site for aspiring television, film, and game composers. Find film scoring tips and tutorials, news about free Virtual Studio Technology instruments, sample libraries, and other useful information for composers who work primarily with virtual instruments and MIDI sequencers.
SCOREcast provides news, commentary, tutorials and education about screen music. They conduct interviews; review post-production and audio hardware and software; and host a podcast. Check out "SCOREcast University" for videos about sequencing, recording, mixing, etc.