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by Taurus M. James (ASCAP)
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Final Hour Music 1
Image: – – TaurusBeats
Genre(s): Soundtrack, DownTempo, Electronic
Mood(s): Agitated, Dramatic, Dark, Somber, Reflective, Sad
- File Format: .mp3
- File Size: 3.75 MB
- Bitrate : 128 Kbits
- Frequency : 44100 HZ
- Length : 04:02 Min/Sec
(Taurus M. James, ITNOJ Music, ASCAP)
This recording (c) 2003 Taurus M. James. All Rights Reserved. International Copyright Secured. Any use, transmission, broadcast, synchronization, or reproduction without owner consent is prohibited.
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
Flo is the track that started this whole collection. I came up with the idea of making a collection with the same beat (structure) after creating this track. I wanted to see if I could develop a collection that canges moods while keeping the same pace. So much of what I make here on TaurusBeats.com has such a heavy emphasis on the BEATS, I wanted to make the actual beats less important. The challenge is to make each song interesting enough on its own to keep the collection as a whole from being boring.
Flo - Make Beats w/ Reason, Yamaha DJX - Recording Piano Parts
i received the following message from one of my followers about learning how to play piano. Check it out. Then, find out why I stress this point: Teach yourself piano!
Message from my follower:
I've tried teaching myself keys a few times...I don't know if it's that I don't have the patience, or maybe i've approached it wrong, or it could be that i wasn't inspired by my old yamaha keyboard with mid size keys, but I never got anywhere with it.
Even though there are many keyboard/piano tutorials on youtube, I think it'd be fresh if you could do a vid talking about the approach you took to teach yourself. Like how did you learn scales? What would your practicing consist of? Did you learn on that 25key jawn!? Anyway, I think cats would appreciate something like this. I know I would.
Used To Be
Great horns and electric guitar to start things off and then the beat drops you into a driving groove. Has a little Mission: Impossible sound to it.