DJ Walk

Make a sick beat, using whatever you can find on, and whatever you can record around you! I don’t care how long it is, just get groovy dood.”

This assignment was a lot of fun. I used Garage Band to create all of this. I started by just going through all of the pre-recorded sound segments and picked out the ones that I liked. After that I started piecing together the sounds in the order that I thought sounded the best. This was my first time layering a bunch of sounds. It was also my first time using Garage Band as well. My inner Bob Ross was definitely present while doing this assignment. If you told me before this class that I would be making beats I would have laughed at you. I was brought out of my comfort zone and leaned back on Ross to push me to express my creativity. I had a few problems with figuring out how to actually work Garage Band at first but I eventually got the hang of it. I also had a bit of a problem getting the beat uploaded to SoundCloud from Garage Band. I figured it out after playing with it for a while.

1 comment

  1. GarageBand can be fun. This might be useful for transitional music in an audio production. The consistent beat gives it unity while the different riffs give it variety, so you could take clips from it to tie audio segments together.

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