2021-07-27 (Tu) Gravy Shock OST for chapter one

When I edited chapter one, I kept thinking about how I would add a soundtrack. I don't have composing skills, but I built the EWC_OST to generate sound that wasn't too awful, and it will be in the background. The advantage over finding or buying music is that I can create an unbroken piece that spans the entire recording. I planned to make three soundscapes for chapter one. The first will be calm with high-pitched bells for a "spacey feel," followed by a similar one with a faster tempo. Finally, when they reach their destination, it will translate to a simple piano playing a single note at a time.

I took my ideas and hooked up an older EWC project that let me dial in all the instruments I wanted and hear them change in real-time. I wrote down the settings and created three new soundscapes for when I boot up next.
EWC for making a soundscape

Interactive 3D houseboat model.

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Completed projects from year 1
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