Auditorium Play the first game we ever created together. Auditorium hit the scene in 2009. Since then, its sleek design, vibrant colors, and iconic soundtrack have captured the imagination of thousands of players worldwide. Now, we invite you to follow the same journey. Psychoacoustics: Faking the Space When building the space that sounds occupy, it may sometimes seem like overkill to load up those DSP hungry (though wonderful) reverb plug-ins. They can be a pretty big load when it comes to even the mildest amount of spatialization, and it can also be time consuming to configure one to emulate an outdoor space. I thought it would be worth sharing a trick of mine for both situations. A low-to-no DSP method of spatialization that allows us to “fake the space.” I should qualify this.
Music Theory Cheat Sheet: Scales, Keys, Chords The title of this post might be a little grandiose, but it’s (somewhat) true. Last post, I made reference to a cheat sheet that I had dreamed up for yall and I neglected to explain how to use it! What a jerk I am. Proper fingering for piano scales Proper fingering of the scales on the piano is very important to development of your skills and advancement as a pianist. Begin by setting the metronome at a tempo that is realistic, yet challenging, and work through each group of keys, doing one group per week. When scales are learned well at the beginning tempo, increase the tempo, and start over with Group I again. Keep increasing the tempo infinitely!
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Connecting Music and Gesture - Interactive Feature There is no way to really put your finger on what makes conducting great, even what makes conducting work. Essentially what conducting is about is getting the players to play their best and to be able to use their energy and to access their point of view about the music. There is a connection between the gesture, the physical presence, the aura that a conductor can project, and what the musicians produce. ” There are lines that exist together and relate to each other in a linear way. Mandolin Practice Tips A woman recently sent a message, saying, she’d be interested in hearing the process of learning a new tune. What Makes A Tune Easy to Learn This has been on my mind lately, because I’ve found that learning by ear has many benefits over learning from tab or standard notation. Tab and standard notation allows you to correctly learn the tune from the beginning. However, it can draw out the amount of time one takes to learn a tune. When learning by ear, we have to listen to the tune repeatedly, which helps us get the tune stuck in our mind.
Relative key Circle of fifths showing major and minor keys Relative tonic chords on C and A ( Play ). Chromatic modulation in Bach's Du grosser Schmerzensmann, BWV 300, m. 5-6 ( Shopping centre tracking system condemned by civil rights campaigners The FootPath monitoring system uses receivers placed throughoput a shopping centre to pinpoint shoppers to within 2m. Photograph: Alamy Technology that tracks customers as they navigate shopping centres by picking up signals from their mobile phones has come under fire from civil rights campaigners and consumers. online beat machine Includes over 400 unique drum samples, spanning electro to real drum kits. Create beats, compose drum tracks and then save the results to WAV sound files for use in other projects or software. Enjoy!
Interactive Audio Quickstart Tutorial + expanded example Kyle Nau has put together an excellent and useful quickstart tutorial that demonstrates how to use the Web Audio API to build fairly basic interactive and useful audio functionality for playing sounds as triggered by events. We've seen quite a few tutorials already, but this one is particularly effective, since it comes from the point of view of a game developer. I had a couple minor quibbles with the example, however. 37 music production tips from the pros Head out into the wild world of the internet and it seems that everyone has a music production tip to offer you, but what you really want are words of wisdom from the people who've been there and done it. Lucky for you, then, that we've collated 37 tips from experienced professionals. If you can't learn something from these guys, we can only assume that you know it all already. 1.
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