Saturday, February 20, 2010

mp3 player arrived from i'm loving it. it's a sony walkman nwz-s369 something haha.

Monday, February 15, 2010

some response

mr. stedman I can't remember the name but it was the music then radio noise then music sound clip. It was really interesting that it got me fooled. I mean the transitions were so smooth and perfect I might say that it sounded like a layered clip. I mean after the radio noise it would transition to the chorus of a known song, seemed to perfect to be true. But alas I was fooled by it. ahaha I think it's also the sound quality of the recording device, it recorded the sound as if it was coming straight from a sound file, not from speakers.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

as usual my end product (phase03) was no where near my first assumptions haha.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

finished presenting. yay.
Sound 1
- It was me playing Borderlands.
- The song playing in the background was Hold On (alternate version) by Stellar Kart
- The thumping noise is the keyboard, space bar to be exact.
- Originally I was trying to get the sound of the game and the music in sync, but what I got was a more interesting aspect of the sound.
- My theory is that the microphone was not good enough to capture every peak of the sound.
- 2nd theory is the file type of the sound. It didn't support the required kbps of the sound thus resulting in a low quality sound.

Sound 2
- Layer 1 was the fan opening and the fan noise.
- Layer 2 was the sound file of Hare Hare Yukai. It was edited on Cubase just added a simple reverb effect.
- Layer 3 was the sound of my keyboard with me playing Stepmania.
presenting today.

Monday, February 8, 2010

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

How embarrassing and stressful haha. I came to the tutorial yesterday only to find out that the presentations are next week! My fault haha didn't read the online page for it. Well time for some tweaking!