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Flo by TaurusBeats Moody Instrumental Music Propellerhead Reason
Piano Freestyle - Moody InstruMental Music bt TaurusBeats aka Taurus M. James
Back from a much needed vacation, I was inspired to do a few new songs. This is one of them.
In this video, I'm recording some "freestyle" (impromptu) piano parts for the song and listening to how I want to arrange the song later.
Flo - Moody Instrumental Music by TaurusBeats (Taurus M. James) Made Using Propellerhead Reason
Shook Ones Piano Freestyle by TaurusBeats
I started doing piano freestyles over popular music a few years ago as a way to train my ears and improve my ability to play by ear. This time, I'm playing along with Mobb Deep - Shook Ones Part II.
This is just something I do to have fun and work on my ear training. I am not a pianist at all and I don't know how to play piano like a pianist. I just try to make the keys play what I hear in my head.
2018 AIA JAM Camp Is Here
I'm excited and nervous about this camp. Excited to witness what the Almighy God is going to do and nervousaboout experiencing His power. God will change the trajectory of these young men's lives!
How to Make Beats Wrapping the Samples in Sample Flip Beats Remixes
When I make Moody Instrumental Music, sometimes I "sample" or use parts from an existing song or musical piece. My goal in sampling is to take parts from a piece that I love and build a completely different musical piece that leaves the listener saying, "WOW, you got that result from those sampled pieces?!"
The way I do this is by "wrapping" (not rapping) the sample with my own instrumentation. I create different musical patterns with the sampled pieces (called "flipping the sample"). While I flip the samples, I can hear (in my head) all of the instrumentation that I want to wrap the sample pieces in. When i finish the sample flip patterns, I go back and create the instrumentation that I heard (in my head).
In this video, watch how I make a sample flip beat and instrumental music using Propellerhead's Reason software, the Akai MPD32 and the Yamaha DJX MIDI keyboard. This video takes you into my thought process about sampling, "chopping and flipping" samples, and I give you tips on how to make music.
This video catches me on one of my "happier" days, in which my overall "moody-ness" level was low. Plus, I had just finished downing a can of Mountain Dew. So, I'm a bit more animated in this video.