Today's question: "How do I take a sound I like and turn it into an instrument to use in one of those programs from the first tutorial you did? Do programs map these sound samples to different notes, or do I have to personally modify them and, if so, how?" You can grab the password for this post by patronizing me(?) for $2/month or more.
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In the fall of 2014, I began work on the soundtrack for BattleCON Online, an online PvP adaptation of the two-person battle card game by Level 99 Games. The project began on Kickstarter and was only released this past fall…Read More (続きを読む)
How do you get from wanting to write digital music to actually putting a song together? Learn more about the cost and the tools you need to compose a song.Read More (続きを読む)
Yume Freebie is a collection I released in 2014 of musical loops and sound effects from various undeveloped Yume Nikki fangame concepts. During my time working on Dream Vs. Dream (RIP) a few friends approached me to make some short…Read More (続きを読む)