I’m happy to say that we’ve posted the toolkit for creating Soundbooth Scores to the Adobe Developer Center today! The toolkit contains a small add-on for Soundbooth as well as a set of instructions for how to produce your own Soundbooth Scores (from how to structure the recording to how to break up the files for use in the toolkit). Note that the process is fairly involved, both from a musical and technical standpoint, and is intended for folks who already create sample libraries and such to be able to create Soundbooth Scores as well. But if you want to give it a shot yourself, or peak under the covers to see how they’re put together, the toolkit is posted on the Adobe Devnet now. There is no charge for downloading or using the toolkit.
For those of you who haven’t played with the AutoCompser yet, it allows non-musicians to load a fully composed piece of music (a Soundbooth Score) and then adjust how it sounds to match the mood and feel of your project. If you want to see more there’s a section of the product tour that shows how it works.
If you do go and produce a Soundbooth Score you’d like to share, let me know here at the blog or link to it over on our Adobe Soundbooth User-to-User forums.