Templates – Key Switches vs Individual Articulations

It’s easy when you are starting out to tie yourself in knots as you load up instrument after instrument.

A composer’s template is very much the workshop they craft their music in, and having it organised and ergonomically honed allows your to work more efficiently, and ultimately, keeping you to your deadlines.

Guy at ThinkSpace Education is back with another video for you all, looking at two different way of setting up your templates: key switches vs setting up articulations.

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Matt Lightbound

Matt Lightbound

Matt is at the helm of all the things video game related. He's worked in the industry as a sound designer, composer, audio editor and voice casting/directing.

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