Introduction to SoundPrism Pro (Quiz 50 points)
This video explains the user interface on SoundPrism. By the end of this video you'll be able to use the bass section and the chord section, play 3 note chords, 2 note diads as well as single notes. You'll learn to extend your voicings by adding additional octaves. You'll also learn to change sounds, and switch between different keys.
I have the pitch labels displayed on my SoundPrism app in this video and they are not on by default. To show pitch labels on your iPad, touch the house (home) button, then choose Preferences, General, Display Pitch Labels
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I IV V progression (Project- 100 Points)
To complete the project in this video you will have to have completed the first 5 FL Studio Mobile projects as well as the SoundPrism introduction (Above).
In FL Studio Mobile lesson 5, you wrote a bass line using the 1 and 5 of a C chord (C and G) and then added a C chord in different inversions and suspension over the top. In this project, You'll change chords in the key of C and create a I, IV V (one, four, five) progression- also using the 1 and 5 of each chord. For the chords, instead of playing the FL Studio keyboard, you'll use the SoundPrism app. You'll use AudioBus to record audio from SoundPrism into FL Studio.
Upload your project with the title "SoundPrism I IV V".
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Controlling other apps
Not only does SoundPrism come with great sounding presets, but it can control other synths through its interface. This is especially helpful if you are not a keyboard player because most synth apps (NLog, SunRizer and even FL Studio) only come with a traditional black and white keyboard on the screen for you to play.
SoundPrism's interface is (as you learned in lesson 1) very intuitive, and after watching this video, you'll be able to use background audio to control SunRizer, Magellan and NLog from within SoundPrism.