Learn how to use Soundtrap to create a piece of music from your owN DIY samples and found sounds.
As a teacher, I’m using Soundtrap in the classroom to give students an opportunity to create music in a DAW that is completely free for them to use (once they have an internet connection).
Many of the traditional rudiments of music can be taught in this way but in a far more creative and engaging way.
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In today’s video I provide an overview and introduction to commonly found effects in music. If you’d like me to take a deeper a look at one or more of these effects let me know in the comments. Please like, share and subscribe if you found any of this useful. More to come soon!
All resources listed in the video can be downloaded here:
00:40 The Guitar Loop
01:23 Guitar Effects Used
04:58 All of the effects
05:33 Panning 1 - Humanise
06:33 Panning 2 - Automation
07:59 Panning 3 - Placement
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