Drum and bass

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  • Drum N Bass And Breakbeat

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    Drum N Bass and Breakbeat are two similar sounding genres that have coexisted together since the early 2000s in their current guise. There have been many off shoots of both genres over the years, such as Tech Step, Liquid, Jump up for Drum N Bass plus Nu Skool, Jungle, and Electro for Breakbeat, just to name a few. They are both comparable in sound, production techniques and the technology used to create the music, plus both can trace their roots deriving from Hardcore, which utilised breakbeats

  • Jazz History Concert Report On The Concert

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    performed in Mesa College Music building. Peter Kuhn had three instruments with him a bass clarinet, saxophone, and a Bb Clarinet. He used the bass clarinet and the saxophone during his first piece, and the clarinet on the second piece. Kjell Nordeson was on the drum but had a lot of instruments with him. Sometimes he would play the drums as a drums set but sometimes he would put some sort of objects on top of the drum to create different sound effects. He also had a small glockenspiel and a flexatone

  • Personal Experience : My Experience At High School

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    First Days August 2009, in the dead heat of summer I awoke with excitement for the day to come. Shooting up out of my bed to look at my clock. It reads six o’clock in the morning. Going down my checklist in my head I start getting ready for the day. Today is the first day of band camp. Two weeks of sweating your ass off in the blazing Florida sun and enjoying every minute of it. First day Jitters seem to always happen to me; No matter if this is the first time or the fifth time. Its funny to think

  • Diali Cissokho and Kaira Ba

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    instrument the kora. As the crowd began to arrive Jeff DeLuca, a friend of a friend, introduced the band, the band began to play. As the music began, and Cissokho began to strum on his kora, it became apparent that the music had a distinct blend. As the bass, snare, and hi hat symbol, which from my angle looked like it was consisted of shells, began to play, it had some traditional rock elements to each. Then, the kora also began to play. The kora is a unique instrument unlike anything I have ever heard

  • Descriptive Essay About Drummer

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    By definition a drummer is a person or persons who plays a drum or drums, but I classify a true drummer as someone with patients that carries the song to give it a rhythmical beat. There’re many drummers out there and all of them are the same and some are different I identify myself as one of the different drummers. Some may ask what makes me different from other drummers? What makes me different from many other drummers is that I taught myself how to play without any professional lessons just youtube

  • My Experience Of My Music : My Life Of Music

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    whispers and laughter. My stomach was in all sorts of knots. I could feel my heart thumping vigorously inside my chest. It was a hot night and the giant sun-like lights that shined down on us from the McCallum theatre didn’t help at all. I held my bass guitar with a tight grip, repeating the notes I had practiced over and over in my head. Music has always been a thing in my family, a special thing most of us share. Family gatherings or parties never went without the sounds of guitars, pianos, or

  • Band Personal Narrative

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    Ba Dum Tss Chilly early mornings, where the only perk of waking up at five a.m. is getting to see the beautiful sunrises. The smell of turf mixed with sweat. The sounds of laughter, horns bleating, and drums booming ringing through the air. One amazing word comes to mind when I think of these things- band. Whether it’s a Saturday competition, long class periods dedicated to rehearsal, or Friday night football games, band has never ceased to be a source of enjoyment for me. Over the years, it has

  • Descriptive Essay About A Marching Band

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    Reset! I became overly acquainted with that word my freshman year of high school marching band. It seemed to be the only word our director, Mr. Miller, would say to us, demanding the band to return to their original positions and march the same several phrases tirelessly. To us, “reset” became synonymous with torture. Little did I know, that repugnant little word was meant to prepare me for one spectacular night. A night that gave “family” a whole new meaning. The night of October fourth, on a crisp

  • A Comparative Analysis Of Front Ensemble Vs. Drumline

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    percussion family. In Front ensemble, you are to value certain instruments which is, Xylophone, Marimba, synths, Vibraphone, and a couple more. With drumline you have a few main oes. Snare drum is used to create and keep tempo on the field and helps the people on the field keep tempo while marching. Bass drum is used to make dark and loud noises. The tenor is used to create a drumset type of sound while marching. Each of these things take work, but marching drumline has to put in the most work. They

  • The Rise of a Mash-up Culture Essay

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    A great deal has been said about the move from physical media to a ubiquitous, digital culture. Some decry the downfall of the vinyl record, falling compact disc sales, the cheapening and degrading of an art form. I’ll try to stay away from unverifiable judgements about the direction modern culture is moving in. More interesting is the way musical creation is changing as a result of new technologies, whether we like it or not. What comes to mind is hyperreality - what Jean Baudrillard called “the