An 11-16 Academy
Brandon Studd and Noah Most have moved on from controlling Minecraft game content alone to combining it with their own sound and music.
Noah explains: " Using code instructions and numbers, we can tell the computer what musical instrument to use at a particular point in the game; what tone and pitch and how loud to play it. By adding in a loop, we can build longer pieces of 'music' to add our own sound effects to the game." Brandon is particularly interested in the unique quality of what he is achieving; " I can change the games I play to use the sounds I want to hear using Sonic Pi. The ability to finely tune the game for myself is really good as there are endless possibilities and combinations to be incorporated - as long as you get the code right."
Sonic Pi code looks like this...
See what combining Minecraft with Sonic Pi looks like as it is being developed below...
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