How you can use Shotcut for other purposes. Thanks to the built-in tone and noise generator, you can quite accurately recreate one well-known musical composition.
p.s. This is a pretty crazy experiment, and this program is clearly not designed for this, but if it’s very boring, then you can
Wow, that is pretty awesome. How the hell did you do it - and how long did it take? There are some complex rhythms in there - triplets and all! Fantastically creative! Bravo…
PS thanks for the zip. I will analyse it!
It took me several hours. I had to write all the notes as separate frequencies, it’s quite long, but it’s funny)
I’m not surprised it took you several hours!
Good lord, that is CLEVER. And you must be musically trained to do that. Big respect.
My main profession is a sound engineer. I just wondered what my favorite video editor is capable of in terms of sound.
This is awesome!
I always considered myself as a patient person that can survive the most tedious tasks…
You are on another level.
Mad respect indeed!
Just when you think you’ve seen it all on this forum, someone else (much cleverer than I!) pops up with something and I think, “wow, would never have even thought of the idea let alone worked out how to do it!!” Kudos to you!
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