Leave a Reply Cancel Reply. Your question wasn’t so simple. Posted April 18, You have to select a sound file in the sound effector for the setup to work properly. Thanks Joren for summing it all up into such a precise tutorial, you rock man. Thank you very much! If you somehow managed to get to color from frequency graph to the light, it will be the same color throughout the animation and won’t change at all. This topic is now closed to further replies.
You have to select a sound file in the sound effector for the setup to work properly. Posted April 17, Posted April 15, Even when I try to change the colors, where I thought you got your colors, on your project, it didnt change. Yes, I did this, did you do any config to the nodes? I seem to have a problem, when I use the Xpresso setup you made in your example, I It just changes the color to black, and it doesn’t change, where did you change your parameter for your light color Workaholic? Liked this one, you should do more Xpresso and still you kept it relatively short, sweet, and to the point.
Big thanks to Chris Honninger who figured out xpreszo to do this and shared it with me. Archived This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies. Thank you very much! Thanks man, I’ve been watching tutorials on xpresso for the last few days, so hopefully I wont have these simple questions to much more often.
Cinemaa saved my skin with this tut…. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply. No registered users viewing this page. While looking around the graphicriver site, I saw something else that could make a cool tut:.
C4D Tutorial: Xpresso + Sound Effector + Displacer Deformer = Epic Goodness
Even when I try to change the colors, where I thought you got your colors, on your project, it didnt change. Sweet, Yeah, Im having problems now adding more than two colors, I added another user data copied from the other ones, cknema added it to the light node, but I am not sure where to plug it in on the mix node, as you cannot add another input, alas, I will wait for your response tomorrow on the status of the gradient, as that would solve the issue.
Thanks Joren for summing it all up into such a precise tutorial, you rock man. Posted April 15, You have to use a sample effector node and get the strength of the sound effector and use that value to drive the color of your light. Ill add in another sound effector and map it only to that.
C4D Tutorial: Xpresso, Sound Effector, Displacer Deformer Part 2
Lots of good tips in here. Posted April 17, Your suggestion worked perfectly, Super appreciate it!
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Thanks for all your help! It was just a quick test fffector i put together, there isn’t a particular way to change colors using this setup.
Set it so that a new sound effector is used instead of one that is already driving another animation, but now the light just stays blue, heres the project file again, maybe I have something wrong EDIT EDIT: Using Expresso to map a color from sound effector?
Sign In Sign Up. Concerning the origami designs you found, I can really imagine those figures in a real 3D environment, animating from a boring plane to some cool forms.
Posted April 18, Will get into this one later tonight! Very interested in learning more about folding effects, if you could put something together sometime or if anyone could point me to existing tuts.
It got me thinking about applying a gradient to the light color based xpresso the sound effector, still haven’t figured it out properly. Xpresso can be a bit intimidating, It took me a while to grasp all the different nodes and their functions and uses, and i am still learning along with projects.
Posted April 14, You have to select a sound file in the sound effector for the setup to work properly.
C4D Tutorial: Xpresso, Sound Effector, Displacer Deformer Part 2 – The Pixel Lab
Also, take a look at his Graphics River portfolio here. Many thanks in advance! Posted April 19, This topic is now closed to further replies.
This tutorial is based on what he came up with and he is graciously allowing me to share that knowledge with everybody. Here’s a quick test that i put together: Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2. Here’s a modified version using the mix node, which allows you to change colors.