Hey guys. So, I'm new to Caustic (and, for that matter, audio sequencing in general), so I am sort of in need of some assistance with covering some tracks from an old PS1 game of mine, Syphon Filter. These songs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNeHjojXa4A&index=7&list=PLUSVaejtkOBc7v... and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHWsxl-gnNQ&index=19&list=PLUSVaejtkOBc7... in particular. I have a few ideas as to what I would need to do, but I don't really know how to go about doing them... I mean, I can't even tell what BPM the tracks are composed in :0.
Fri, 08/29/2014 - 20:54#1
Need Help Coveeing some Game Tunes
The only thing I can reccomend is before trying to make a cover of something, get good at making your own music, I still suck at mine, so when I tried covering a song by linkin park is was horrible
Well, the whole point of me doing a cover of someone else's song is so that I could get some experience so that o can male my own eventually... :/
taking things apart, and reassembling them, makes for good learning. thing is, you have to be able to really understand what you are taking apart. I would poke around the show and tell forum, find songs you like, and ask the user if you can remix it. having a caustic file to look at will go further towards teaching you song structure and such, imo.
Look up if there is a midi file so you can imprt it
I agree. Covering is a good way to learn. Go for it! :)
A couple resources I have gotten from others on this site that will help: