Godot Getaway: Making Electroswing With Ardour 6
Making Electroswing for Godot Getaway using Adour 6
If you want to create music for your games this is the course for you.
Ardour is a brilliant program, capable of recording both audio and programming patterns to be played back using many different instruments.
- How to use Ardour to get up and running quickly.
- How to import audio and use premade samples to make a piece of music.
- How to use the effects bus for controlling your sounds.
- Creating and exporting music.
This is an intermediate course- but wait! What does that really mean?
I always start my courses in an easy to understand manner and talk through all of my steps, in this case, we do not deep dive into music theory and so some concepts that I talk about might be completely new. However the course is structured in a way that most will still be able to get music for their game made as I approach music composition from a practical standpoint.
You'll be learning how to create music that you can use in your games or just by itself.
You'll be ok with little or no experience. With our online tutorials, you'll be amazed what you can achieve, with instructor support and online help.
The course starts with using samples, so you'll be creating your first track within minutes and exporting it ready to listen. You will apply your new skills to your project all the time. Project files will all be included, as well as additional references and resources - you'll never get stuck. There are talking-head videos along with the screencasts for you to follow along.
For each of the sections you will follow this process:
- Be taught a new technique.
- Challenged to apply the lessons to your own work.
- Be shown step-by-step how to build it.
- Apply your previous knowledge regularly.
You will get lifetime access to the course and by the end of the course, you'll be confident making you own music!
Access to this course comes with an optional, free community site where you can share games and 3D models and your music, as well as Discord, where you can connect with other students.
Start creating you musaic today!
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StartIntroduction To Assembling Loops (0:46)
StartGetting Samples Into Ardour (7:12)
StartManaging Tracks (11:29)
StartGrouping Tracks (6:27)
StartMaking Audio Fit The Tempo (6:16)
StartManipulating Audio Clips (9:32)
StartSetting Markers (5:03)
StartChallenge - Arranging A Track (15:18)
StartExporting Your Arrangement (5:28)
StartSection Conclusion (1:33)
StartComposing Music & Reference Material (2:50)
StartAdding A Midi Track (7:01)
StartChannel 10 For GM Drums (4:05)
StartYour First Drum Groove (9:11)
StartGiving Your Groove That Swing Feel (9:20)
StartChanging The Drum Kit (9:27)
StartExperimenting By Altering Clip Speeds (3:32)
StartToo Many Hands, Fills And Crash (15:27)
StartMixer Introduction (5:09)
StartUsing An Audio Bus (6:38)
StartAutomation Is Amazing (12:03)
StartRhythm Section Wrap Up (1:00)