- - Install the application, by clicking in the left column on: Get Lecjo
- - Create a directory (a folder), in which we will create our melodies
- - Download the files, by clicking in the left column on: Download Lecjo
- -Unzipped the downloaded directory and retrieve the file example1.html and adn1.js (in the example directory) that we place in the working directory.
- -To play the sound of the acoustic brick, just click on example1.html
- - To modify the sound of the acoustic brick, it is sufficient to modify one or more values, m1 values, in adn1.js.
- - The action of each of the values is shown in Video / Tutorials in the left column. In the same place are also examples
- - The intermediate method takes the first three points of the simplified method
- -Unzipped the downloaded directory, and retrieve the file example10.html and adn10.js (in the example directory) that we put in the working directory.
- - Once the acoustic bricks are created, they must be placed in "don". The selection of a numbered donation, facilitates the counting of the number of acoustic bricks. The number of acoustic bricks will be used in three places.
First, place the number of acoustic bricks at the end of the 75 values of each acoustic brick, in example 144
Second, add +1, and place the value in the loop of the first for
In the third place, place the number of bricks in the second loop of the for, do not touch the third loop of the for, which is to say that there are 75 values per acoustic brick
- - The professional method takes up the first three points of the simplified method
- -Unzipped the downloaded directory, and retrieve the file example15.html and adn15.js (in the example directory) that we put in the working directory.
- -The professional method uses arrays of tables in order to adjust the notes and also get a large number of notes with very little code, a technique to get ultra-light audio files.
The wise composer can create his own base, which can be used for several melodies.
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- - The wise and committed composer can even create his own extension, modifying the backgroud file to create his own rules for controlling acoustic dimensions