Once you are finished with your sample, follow these steps carefully:
1. Choose FILE --> EXPORT in Audacity.
2. Name your file "YOURNAME SAMPLE" and save it somewhere you can find it (desktop, for example).
3. Click OK on the next window (you don't need to change anything).
4. Use the link below to upload and submit your sample file (should be YOURNAME SAMPLE.wav).
***UPLOAD YOUR SAMPLE HERE***
For our final project of the term, we created compositions with 2 sections using Soundation, Looplabs, or Garageband.
First, LISTEN: :-)
Emir: Climbing a Roof, Sitting On Roof
Michah: Day, Night
Luigi: dreamy, middle of the day/running around
Jason: cutting class, being in class
Zay: feel good music, hype music
Tio: calm, rock and roll
Katie: turning up, mellow
Eli: Smooth, Heart Racer
Atziri: exciting, calm, relaxing
Nashirr: party, chill
Neril: Chill, Loud
Freddy: Calm or Mellow, Hype & Eccentric
Dria: Getting Ready For the Club, Get There and party for a little bit then go home, lol
Johnny: early morning, high noon
Maylot: sad/depressing, happy
Thomas: regular day, mission impossible
Ivan F: Hype up, sad end
David Z: Upbeat/HappySerious/Angry
Phil: Hopeful, Dreadful
Hayley: clarity, chaos
Arianna Nicole: 3:00 A.M. Anxious Melancholy (1st Binary) 3:16 A.M. Anxious Melancholy (2nd Binary)
Ivan M: Rising Beat, House Mixes of various beats
While teaching myself to use the new iMovie '11, I took a clip of Sonja Richards-Ross winning the Olympic Gold Medal in the 400 meter race and transformed it into something more dramatic... Check it out and get inspired, people!
Some quick tips:
Click on the names below to hear our sequenced beats using Online Sequencer.