elgie escribió:Virgensantadelamorhermoso el cacho ejercicio que nos han puesto en el curso de Music Technology Fijarsus en lo que nos piden:Your MP3 should be 60 - 120 seconds in duration.
Your project should include at least 6 tracks.
Of those tracks at least 2 should be audio tracks.
Of those tracks at least 2 should be MIDI tracks.
Your project should include at least 10 different audio clips (either from the EarSketch loop library, used with permission of the copyright holder, or used under a creative commons or public domain license). Each of these 10 clips should come from a different audio source file.
You must record at least one of those clips yourself with a microphone or direct audio input from an instrument. (You can even just use your laptop's built-in mic.)
Your project must include at least 1 MIDI clip that you record yourself using a MIDI controller. (You can even just use Reaper's virtual keyboard.)
Your project must include at least 1 MIDI track generated using a pattern sequencer.
Your project must include at least 3 different audio effects.
Your project must include at least 1 MIDI effect.
Your project must include at least 3 envelopes (e.g. volume, panning, effect parameter).
Your music must be rhythmically precise. Each track must remain aligned to the project's meter and tempo. Use quantization on MIDI tracks as needed and make sure that audio files are matched to the project tempo and aligned to the beat.
Your music must be balanced. No track should dominate the others and no track should be lost in the mix. Set track volumes, use volume envelopes, and use compression as needed.
Your music should have a clear form, and everything should sound like it belongs together rhythmically, harmonically, and timbrally. Use your musical ear to guide you.
Y todo esto lo tenemos que presentar ¡antes del 15 de septiembre!!! Me voy a moriiiiiiir...
A mi me han empezado a entrar sudores fríos mientras leía las especificaciones del ejercicio... y eso que no tengo que hacerlo.