TaurusBeats Music On CMA Weekly Homework Podcast 119

TaurusBeats Music On CMA Weekly Homework Podcast 119

TaurusBeats Music On CMA Weekly Homework Podcast 119

Check out my track "Run Wild (Don't Look Back)" on Don't Look Back - Weekly Homework Podcast #119 

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CMA:
http://computermusicacademy.com/blog/2016/05/weekly-homework-podcast-119/

Youtube:
https://youtu.be/g0W09SBoKHE?t=55m30s
Start time - 55:30 - "Run Wild (Don't Look Back)" - Original, Moody Insturmental Music

Weekly Homework Podcast #119 - Don't Look Back

Song structure is a vital part of music creation. The main purpose is to provide the background to a specific part of the song. Doesn't matter who the song is for or what the purpose, it needs to have structure. Different sequences and sections inspire different emotions & ideas within the artist as well as evoking different emotions from the listener. In this assignment, we're required to use at least 4 separate sections of the song representing: verses, hooks, bridges and more. In my opinion it's the best podcast we done so far, but I'll let you come to that conclusion yourself… maybe.

This week we hear from:

DIXI Freely
Kno1uKno
Big Shad
Okay Joey
JSP8
Ron B.
MICnotes
Basement Chemistry
Gemini4d
DJ Lockturnal
TaurusBeats

Intro / Outro by RTO Beats

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