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Bernadette Peters - Broadway's Best
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#beginquote# I once visited a certain forum on the internt. and i found a very interesting topic people were discussing on how a certain beat works so well,but the technical language which was used was above my head cause i m a novice in music production, my troube is this, one of the discussant posted this: Basically due to the purpose of the song you will focus on one chord(root chord) and only keep that chord (droning) within the song and move may be 1 other chord briefly. Rhythmically the same drum pattern is played in a four bar loop throught the whole song so that plays on droning as well.The producer use cymbal ride constantly as 8th notes throughout the song. Musically he created a lot of tension, and the tension is mainly based on 9th chords and augmentes 4th notes, let say the song was in E minor, Root E plays the bass instrument My question is like this How can i focus a song in one and only one chord?( How can i use the same drum pattern throughout in a four bar loop? How can i use cymbal ride constantly as 8th notes? How can i use the 9th chords and augmented 4th notes in a music When the night falls fools remains in darkness #endquote#
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