2 Tim 3
2 Tim 3
by Taurus M. James
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Genre(s): Soundtrack (Film, Television theme, Video Game), Cinematic
Mood(s): Aggressive/Driving, Angry, Cinematic, Dark/Mysterious, Dramatic, Eerie/Ethereal, Intense/Foreboding, Moody, Somber/Dark, Urgent/Impassioned
Tempo: Fast 103 BPM
Other Descriptions: Aggressive, Orchestra, Piano
An intense track with a urgent/alarming feel to it. Would be a nice television drama theme song. In fact, I created this one while watching the opening credits to my crime drama television show - Law & Order - (with the volume turned down).
"This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come."
- 2 Tim 3
I created this track as part of my own personal soundtrack as a voice to remind me of the days ahead. In my mind, the days ahead are personified - each one bringing his destructive arsenal and unrelenting attacks. This is their intro music.
Produced by Taurus M. James for Taurus James Productions / Recorded and Mixed by Taurus M. James at The Bat Cave, Layton, UT / All Instruments by Taurus M. James / ITNOJ Music (ASCAP), pub
vocal, instrumental, remix, a capella, minimal, sample flip
MUSIC Use Suggestions
exercise, fitness, running, dancing, party, background, commercial, advertisement, ads, road trip
94bpm (Medium 81bpm - 110bpm)
world, international, wild west, nature, horror, relation, shopping, fashion, party, sports, 1920s, american history, tropical, kids, sci-fi, technology, 1960s, biker, punks, high class, , religious, holidays, farm, rural, fantasy, movies, christmas, entertainment, showbix, 1950s, places, 1970s, education, action, mystery, crime, las vegas, 1980s, martial arts, runnung, fitness, driving, road trips
abstract, repetitive, robotic, mechanical, scientific, futuristic, sparse, atmospheric, ambient, dreamy, elegant, graceful, ethereal, heavenly, hypnotic, lush, magical, panoramic, pastoral, shimmering, swirling, trippy, builds, grows, busy, catchy, dramatic, adventurous, angry, dangerous, dark, eerie, haunting, evil, sinister, fearful, mean, tough, mysterious, ominous, paranoid, scary, stealthy, strange, weird, suspenseful, uneasy, earthy, organic, emotional, anticipation, anxious, childlike, demure, disappointed, heartwarming, introspective, lonely, nostalgic, reflective, poignant, sentimental, thoughtful, energetic, aggressive, driving, lively, hi-energy, rowdy, urgent, wild, frantic, erotic, naughty, raunchy, sexy, fun, comical, humorous, drunken, whimsical, insistent, Positive, optimistic, bright, carefree, happy, joyful, inspirational, uplifting, satisfied, contented, upbeat, punchy, quirky, relaxed, laid back, lazy, peaceful, calm, romantic, passionate, sensual, tender, sad, depressing, melanchoiy, melodramatic, strong, anthemic, bold, confident, determined, epic, majestic, noble, dignified, patriotic, powerful, sophisticated, victorious
brass, bugle, french horn, trombone, trumpet, tuba, horn section, big bamd, brass band, drumline, marching band, rock band, symphonic band, drums, percussion, guitar, bass, world guitar, lute, dulcimer, keyboard, harpsichord, organ, piano, orchestra, hits, stabs, reeds, woods, wooswinds, accordion, bassoon, clarinet, english horn, flute, oboe, piccolo, recorder, saxophone, badpipes, didgeridoo, duduk, strings, cello, celtic harp, fiddle, harp, pissicato, viola, violin, upright bass, string section, synth, synthisizer, vocal, a capella, beat box, chikd, chanting, choir, gregorian chant, opera, scat, male, female, vocoder, whispering
Learning how to Make Drum Tracks While Making Beats is a basic skill that you must master as a music producer. Hip-Hop music producers, especially, have to master different ways of laying drums and manipulating drum tracks in order to get the right motion and feel for the music style they want to create when they make beats. Using Propellerhead Reason music making software and my Akai MPD32, I make beats and Moody instruMental Music, and I have learned how to make drum tracks while making beats.
Here is a message from one of my subscribers asking for pointers on the subject of laying drums in Reason while using the Akai MPD32:
My name is Fernando and I've been watching your videos for awhile now, and they've been helpful. I could see and hear that your a lover of soulful music and so I am. I'm new to beat making and I'm just starting out. I also have an Akai mpd32 and the machine is amazing. I can assign the samples to the pad, the only thing that is giving me trouble is laying drums over it. I forget to mention that I'm using Reason 4.0. I have the creativity, the only thing that is holding me back is the technical side. If you have time can you give me a few pointers on what you do, that would be helpful thanks.
I also wanted to point out in one of your videos I thought I seen a Wayne Grudem 'Systematic Theology' book. If it is, its a good read. I'm also a Born Again Christian, so other then music we also share something, and its the Love for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Do you also listen to Christian hip-hop? (Shai linne, Flame, Steven the Levite, Timothy Brindle, etc) I hope to hear from you soon.
Grace & peace,
"Opus" epic Sample Flip Beat - Moody instruMental Music by Taurus M. James
This is one of the sample flip beats in my latest Moody instruMental Music collection "CMA Beats" available for you to download here at TaurusBeats.com.
For this sample flip beat, I'm using Propellerhead Reason 6.5 and the Yamaha DJX MIDI keyboard as a controller to trigger all instrument sounds in Reason. Be sure to check out my Reason Beat Making Video Tutorials, where I show you how to make Moody instruMental Music and sample flip beats.
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Genre(s): Dance, Soundtrack (Television theme, Film), Downtempo
Mood(s): Aggressive/Driving, Dark/Mysterious, Dramatic
Tempo: Mid-Tempo 114 BPM
Other Tags: piano, dance, workout, drive
Genre: Cinematic, Soundtrack, Video Game, Ambient, Electronic, Breakbeat
Mood(s): Dramatic, Sad, Reflective, Dark, Somber, Agitated, Romantic
Tempo: Mid-Tempo 118 BPM
Other Tags: piano, preview, experimental
Genre(s): Cinematic, Soundtrack (Film, Television theme, Video Game), Dance
Mood(s): Dramatic, Dark, Aggressive
Tempo: Mid-Tempo 105 BPM
Other Tags: Piano, Strings, Horns (Trumpets), drive, listen, workout, dance