The Talos Principle is about humanity, though it taught me more about what it’s like to be a deep-learning AI, trained on several gigabytes worth of useless physics puzzles, and has given me a very good argument for why robots are not programmed to feel boredom or nausea.
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?”
Going through my documents folder today, I uncovered an important digital relic: an unpublished Pokemon fanfiction read-through of a 2013 Reader x Cheren story. I hope you weren’t expecting anything important from me today, because here’s some years-old commentary I made on “Reports” by TheRavenGirl95 on DeviantArt. Today Lenora and I were talking about some […]
How do you take a scene or a prompt and translate it into a musical idea? The answer is you kinda don’t??? Or maybe I’m just lazy idk blogging is hard
Have you always wanted to try writing your own music, but don’t even know where to start learning more? This post has all the terminology and basics you need to start your journey into the land of DAWs, MIDIs, and VSTs.