Music can help others understand how you feel about an interest you care about.
Maybe you want the audience to feel good or encouraged about an activity or item that
makes you happy.
Maybe you want your audience to feel curious
or intrigued about an idea or cause you care about.
You get to set that feeling by adding music to your project.
Start by adding a new sprite.
There are lots of ways to add sound to your project.
Upload your own music Record a sound
Or select a sound from the Scratch library.
When picking a sound from the Scratch music library, explore the loops category.
It has short pieces of music you can add to your program.
Use the “play sound until done” block to play the sound from beginning to end.
Add a “when this sprite clicked” event to program the music to start when your character
Maybe your project needs more than one sound.
Add different music to customize your project.
Make two characters talk to one another about the issue you’ve chosen.
Program confetti, snow, hearts, or other objects to fall from the sky.
Program the main character to come on the stage with an animated motion effect.
Program supporters to say supportive phrases from a list about your issue.
Make your character talk about the topic you’ve chosen.
Change the animation scenery by adding more backdrops.
Choose or record sounds to accompany your project.
Add or draw more characters who support your cause.
Make your primary or secondary characters move to emphasize points in your story.
Ask the audience a question and make something happen based on the response.
Create a title for your passion project so the audience can know what it’s about.
Animate your characters by making them change costumes.
Make your own beat, or record your own voice.
Share your message with audiences who speak other languages.
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