I really liked how the Evenant course avoided the sheet music notation, and kept it at a PianoRoll-equivalent way of explaining the notes and composition in general. However, the course was not in-depth enough for my taste. I want to be able to compose music like Ralph Vaughan Williams, like this: - taught using FL Studio's PianoRoll or something similar, please avoid the use of sheet music, as I am not familiar with it and it is too late for me to learn to read sheet music. More specifially I want to be able to use the short non-staccato notes in my compositions. Something like an arpeggiating countermelody, but not staccato or spiccato, and when to use it, when to pause such a thing (because it can get damn annoying when used too much) and when to use high violin counter melodies on top of the main melody, perhaps played by a flute. All these thing I'd like some theory to explain, using techniques I think most of us computer musicians are familiar with. Any ideas? Preferably free youtube-courses. There's plenty, but most of it are rubbish.