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In this add-on, you will add a music score for each scene of the storyboard.

(soft music)

A score is a piece of music arranged specifically for a scene in a film.

First, click the stage.

Click the sounds tab and choose a sound from the library.

Click on different music loops to test how they sound.

Pick one for your first scene.

(traditional music)

(medieval music)

The first scene starts when the flag is clicked.

So, pull out a one fly click block and a play sound until done block.

From the dropdown menu, choose the sound you selected.

To make a new sound start when the scene changes, pull out a when I receive block and choose second panel.

From the sound menu, drag out a stop all sounds block to stop the other sounds from playing.

Choose another sound from the library.

Use another play sound until done block to play the sound for the next scene.

Repeat this process to include new sounds for each scene.

If you want the same sound to play over and over, use a loop.

(soft music)

(upbeat music)

(acoustic music)

(bell ringing)

Now, it's your turn.

Program a new sound to play during each scene using stop all sounds and play sound until done blocks.

Choose an Add-On

Reveal the Frames
Alternate Ending
Music Scoring

Instructions

  1. Watch the video to preview the add-ons.
  2. Choose an add-on, and click "watch" to learn how to build it.
  3. After you finish, come back to this page and try another one!