How-to Create an EQ | Cinema 4D Sound Effector Tutorial | FordeeTV

In this video I show you how to create an equalizer with Cinema 4D by using a Cube, a Mograph Cloner and the Sound Effector. We play with some settings, duplicate the Sound Effector and add Falloff to limit the secondary Sound Effector. In the beginning of the video I should you an example of what I came up with, which used After Effects too, instead of making this video twice as long, I’ve decided to make a follow-up in After Effects later this week.

I understand it would have been much easier to create this EQ in After Effects as we didn’t even do any 3D camera movement to justify creating it in Cinema 4D. However the reason for this is I’m going through Mograph and trying to increase my understanding and skills within this portion of Cinema 4D.

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Fordee is a freelancer; who specialises in motion design, visual design, concept development, graphic design + music and sound design. His creative solutions span across these areas of expertise: explainer videos, branding, visual design, video editing, post-production and graphic design.

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