Unity can do more than just create games! You can also create a music-composing experience while using echo3D as the backend for your visual assets. Click on each instrument to
start or stop the beat and see what you come up with! Be a rockstar for a day!
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- Clone this repo.
- Install the echo3D Unity SDK.
- Open the MusicScene scene.
- Set the API key in the Inspector of the echo3D game object.
- Add the 3 instrument images from the Models folder to the echo3D console.
- Add the metadata for each instrument to match. Drum: xAngle: 90, yAngle: 180, scale: .06, x: -2 Guitar: xAngle: 90, yAngle: 180, scale: .06, x: -11 Piano: xAngle: 90, yAngle: 180, scale: .06, x: -7
- Add API keys and entry IDs to each echo3D prefab in the Hierarchy.
Simply press the Play button in Unity and click on each instrument to play and stop music.
Refer to our documentation to learn more about how to use Unity and echo3D.
- Guitar audio
- Drum audio
- Piano audio
- Frame graphic
- Instruments — macrovector / freepik
- ‘Squealer’ rock and roll font
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