When you’re making a TV series, there’s always the risk that you won’t get to write the music.
However, you might be surprised to learn that there’s a lot you can do with your own instrument, especially if you’re using a Yamaha DX7 or a Roland Juno-808.
With these instruments, you’ll be able to write and play a variety of tracks from a variety to suit your show’s mood, moody atmosphere, and more.
So, how to write music for a show that’s been shot on a Canon camera?
We’ve got you covered!
The first step is to find a suitable sound track to use for the show.
It can be a song you’ve already written, or it could be a sample of something you’ve just recorded or worked on.
The second step is for you to get some audio from the sound track you’re working on.
The best place to start is the track that’s going to be featured in the show, or the one you’re most excited about working on at the moment.
You’ll need to get the track’s audio recorded, then upload it to Soundcloud or YouTube.
Once you’ve uploaded it, it’s up to you to edit it to suit the show’s theme, mood, and story.
To make things easier, we’ve put together this guide that will show you how to get your own music playing in a show.
It’s easy to do, and it’s a good place to get a feel for how to take your sound tracks and make them your own.