LucasArts Soundtrack Jamming Session

Hey guys,

I just saw that Google made this… thing where you can make music in the browser. So… let’s get jamming!

Here’s my first attempt at Le Chuck’s Theme: https://goo.gl/a5QRQr

Shiver me timbers!

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That’s quite mesmerising to watch :crazy_face:

Well, there goes my will to work today.

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You’re welcome! I would argue that making a song with this tool is work, albeit unpaid work. :wink:

Good job with the theme!

Interesting little app I must say, reminds me of FLstudio.

I gave it a go and made this, a simplified version of my favourite song from Sam & Max Hit The Road.

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I tried a few but it always sounds like The Shaggs trying to perform Music for 18 Musicians.

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For an extra challenge, compose the entire song by singing into your mic. :wink:
(Be sure to change the range to 3 octaves in the settings first, then click Mic.)

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That’s great! Congratulations! Although, I think there’s something wrong with the melody around measures #23-24

Wow, that’s awesome! How long did it take?

Do you mean amending like this https://goo.gl/uAwR9Y ?

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Exactly!
Sorry if I haven’t been more specific.
I didn’t study music, so I didn’t know how to fix it.

I just heard an error in the first melody. Your correction seems perfect to me.

I think it took me about 30 minutes… :slight_smile:

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That’s awesome!!! :smiley:

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Cannibals in the Scumm Bar! :open_mouth:

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I must give it a try… but I can’t reproduce an electric guitar to make the Thimbleweed Park intro!

Make a remix with other instruments! :slight_smile: (What about a disco sound version?)

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Well… I can go to sleep now.

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This is awesome!

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Yeah, it’s not a LucasArts tune, but it fits the time period: https://goo.gl/6ra2vY

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