Now that we can tick at a constant interval, we can add rhythm and pitch into the mix. To make interesting melodies, harmonies, and rhythmic parts, let’s make a step sequencer. This lesson will go into the details of creating a reusable step sequencer that we can use to control our samplers. … [Read More...]
Let’s consider (for the next 178 words) the production process as a river, and we are a drop of water flowing from the beginning of the project to the end. Like every other drop of water, we have a goal: to make it to the end of the river. And as a single drop of water, there […]
As the year continues, many of these posts will be philosophical in nature. Some will be in contradiction to previous postings. These are not intended as truths or assertions, they’re merely thoughts…ideas. Think of this as stream of consciousness over a wide span… For many years I was guilty of believing that, and I’m not […]
Last year, I managed to build the worst ever Voice Over dialog pipeline. What started from good intentions and the drive to be organized, slowly deteriorated into an epic mess of versioning issues and inconsistencies between English text, localization and in-game text. It was, by every sense of the word, a failure.
Now that the sampler’s making noise, let’s make it make noise in time! In order to get the music ticking away, we’ll need a clock. So let’s make a metronome!