Erscheinungsdatum: 30.12.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: 240 Chromatic Exercises + 1165 Jazz Lines Phrases for Bass Clef Instrument Players, Autor: Diaz, Olegario, Verlag: ebookit.com, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: MUSIC // Genres & Styles // Jazz, Rubrik: Musik // Allg. Handbücher, Lexika, Seiten: 188, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 489 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
MTV und Codemasters haben die MTV Music Generator-Serie im Oktober 1999 auf der PlayStation ins Leben gerufen. Bisher wurden weltweit über 1,2 Millionen Exemplare verkauft. Das extra für Konsolen entwickelte Benutzer-Interface macht die Musikerstellung und detailliertes Remixing per Joypad extrem einfach und liefert dann den fertigen Track in hochwertiger Soundqualität. Die umfangreichen Einstellungsmöglichkeiten ähneln denen eines professionellen Studios: Mit Hilfe von Bibliotheken für Riffs, Beats, Bass Lines, und Vocals kannst Du einfach professionelle Songs schon innerhalb von wenigen Minuten in Eigenregie zusammenstellen.
Man kann den Briten Paul Westwood als einen der gefragtesten Bassisten bezeichnen. Seine jahrzehntelangen internationalen Arbeiten und Erfahrungen mit Tom Jones, Al Jarreau, Janet Jackson, Shirley Bassey, Madonna, Joe Cocker, Gloria Estefan, dem Royal Philharmonic und dem London Symphony Orchestra, Produzenten wie Lieber & Stoller und Andrew Lloyd Webber, Komponisten wie Hans Zimmer, John Barry, und Paul McCartney, Filmmusiken und TV-Einspielungen weltweit, bilden die Grundlage für sein Buch "Bass Bible". Paul Westwood, Dozent an der Royal Academy of Music, dem King's College und der Stowe School, schickt den Leser mit diesem Lehrwerk (280 Seiten, 2 beiliegende CDs, sic! ) auf eine musikalische Reise vom Jazz in Richtung Soul/Motown, von Latin Riffs hinüber zu African Music und weiter zu Progressive Lines und Soloanleitungen. Westwood arbeitet nie im luftleeren Raum, sondern schildert sehr ausführlich die Entstehungsgeschichte und das Spielgefühl jeder vorgestellten Stilistik. Die "Bass Bible" (sowohl in deutscher als auch in englischer Ausgabe) ist innerhalb kürzester Zeit zu dem repräsentativen Bassbuch des AMA Verlages geworden.,Noten/Tab, "If a regimented jaunt through each chapter sounds overwhelming, try this: Keep the book handy, and once a week flip it open at random and start grooving. You will be inspired. " Bassplayer, Dezember 1998 · Kategorie: Saiteninstrumente · Instrument (A-Z): Bass · Autor: Paul Westwood · Sprache: Deutsch · Schwierigkeitsgrad: leicht · Format: 21,0 x 29,7 cm (DIN A4) · Seitenanzahl: 285 · Erscheinungsjahr: 1997 · inkl.: 2 Lehrbuch
Main Features:● Integrated 10mm dynamic unit and 90035 balanced armatures units, shocking bass and high-fidelity listening experience.● 20 - 40KHz super wide frequency range, offers board sound field and captures more abundant sound details, immersive sound effect.● Detachable design, easy to assemble and convenient to maintain, you can replace it as your need, satisfies various demands on lines.● 3.5mm gold-plated L-bend jack, compatible with the majority of electronic devices, like phones, computer, walkman, MP3 and so on.● Built-in thin iron wire in cord, you can wear it and hang on your ear so as to avoid falling or dropping while doing sports.● High definition microphone supports clear and smooth conversation.● On-cord control, easy to pause / play music, switch songs and answer / refuse call, adjust volume. Brand: KZ Function: Answering Phone,Microphone,Song Switching Material: PC Model: KZ - ES3 Type: In-Ear Compatible with: Computer,iPhone,iPod,Mobile phone,MP3,PC,Portable Media Player Connectivity: Wired Frequency response: 20 - 40KHz Driver type: Hybrid Impedance: 10ohms Plug Type: 3.5mm,L-Bend Sensitivity: 106db Package size (L x W x H): 11.50 x 8.50 x 4.50 cm / 4.53 x 3.35 x 1.77 inches Package weight: 0.095 kg Product weight: 0.069 kg Package Contents: 1 x Earphones, 2 x Pair of Standby Earbud Tips, 1 x English Manual
In 1991, a loose-knit collective released a record called Blue Lines under the name Massive Attack, splicing together American hip-hop and soul with the sounds of the British underground. With its marauding bass lines, angular guitars, and psychedelic effects, Blue Lines built on the Caribbean soundsystems and nascent rave scene of the 1980s while also looking ahead to the group's signature blend of epic cinematics and lush downtempo. In the process, Blue Lines invented an entirely new genre called trip hop and launched the career of a rapper named Tricky. Ultimately, Blue Lines created the sonic playbook for an emerging future: hybrid, digital, cosmopolitan, and rooted in the black and immigrant communities who animated the urban wreckage of the postindustrial city. Massive Attack envisioned an alternate future in sharp counterpoint to the glossy triumphalism of Brit Pop. And while the group would go on to bigger things, this record was both a warning shot and a definitive statement that sounds as otherworldy today as on the day of its release. As Blue Lines's iconic flame logo spun on turntables the world over, Massive Attack and their spaced-out urban blues reimagined music for the 1990s and beyond.
Charles Chilton's classic science-fiction trilogy stormed the BBC airwaves during the 1950s. Its gripping story lines, extra-terrestrial sound effects, and atmospheric music engaged listeners as never before. Between 1953 and 1958, a devoted audience of adults and children attentively followed Captain Jet Morgan and his crew from one cliff-hanger to another as, together, they faced the unknown perils of space. This volume contains episodes 1 to 13 of Journey Into Space: Operation Luna. 1. Language: English. Narrator: uncredited, David Williams, Andrew Faulds, Guy Kingsley Poynter, Alfie Bass, Jennifer Blake. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/bbcw/001325/rt_bbcw_001325_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In Listen to This, Alex Ross, the music critic for The New Yorker, looks both backward and forward in time, capturing essential figures and ideas in classical-music history, as well as giving an alternative view of recent pop music that emphasizes the power of the individual musical voice in whatever genre. Ross combines a selection of his New Yorker essays with new material that will serve as an introduction to some basic classical-music concepts and figures and will give an alternative view of recent pop music. It will demonstrate the essential equality of great musical creators in whatever genre. It begins with 'Listen to This', his most famous New Yorker essay, an autobiographical account of his early passion for classical music and belated discovery of pop music in college. It sets forth the themes of the book as a whole: how classical music can become a vital part of wider contemporary culture, how it can survive and even prosper in the face of proclamations of its decline. There follows a new essay tracing the history of the chaconne, a dance form based on a descending bass line, which originated as an erotic Afro-Caribbean dance in the 16th century, then migrated to Europe and inspired such Baroque masterpieces as Bach's Chaconne in D minor, and later found echoes in the bass lines both of 20th-century classical masterpieces and African-American blues. Led Zeppelin's 'Dazed and Confused' and Bob Dylan's 'Simple Twist of Fate', among other songs, extend the principle. This chapter develops, in a less personal way, the themes of 'Listen to This', and serves as a kind of whirlwind tour of five centuries of music history. Third in the introductory section is 'The Record Effect', an account of technology's impact on pop and classical music. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alex Ross. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hcuk/000680/bk_hcuk_000680_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
House is the first descendant of disco. While Black and Hispanic communities were jamming and party DJs spinning records, a new birth of rhythm gave way to music lovers from Chicago and New York in the form known as house music.Developed in Chicago's underground dance club culture in the early 1980s, house music began as DJs spinning in the gay subculture altered the pop-like disco dance tracks to give them a more mechanical beat and deeper bass lines. As well, these DJs began to mix synth pop, dub reggae, rap, and even jazz into their tracks.The first pioneers of house music were Chicago DJ and record producer Frankie Knuckles, Chicago acid-house electronic music group Phuture, Tennessee DJ and producer Mr. Fingers, and US-born, UK-based singer Kym Mazelle.House music quickly spread to other American cities such as Detroit, New York City, Baltimore, and Newark - all of which developed their own regional house scenes. Today, house music is worldwide and continues to dominate most club scenes and has expanded beyond its subculture beginning. 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Sadzin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/104659/bk_acx0_104659_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
An oral history of the UK's soundsystem culture, featuring interviews with Dubmaster Dennis Bovell, Skream, Youth, Norman Jay MBE, Adrian Sherwood, Mala, and others. In the years following the arrival of the Windrush generation, the UK's soundsystem culture would become the most important influence on contemporary pop music since rock and roll. Pumped through towering, home-built speakers, often directly onto the thronged streets of events like the Notting Hill Carnival, the pulsating bass lines of reggae, dub, rave, jungle, trip hop, dubstep, and grime have shaped the worlds of several generations of British youth culture but have often been overlooked by historians obsessed with swinging London, punk, and Britpop. This oral history, consisting of new interviews conducted by respected dance music writer Joe Muggs, and accompanied by dramatic portraits by Brian David Stevens, presents the story of the bassline of Britain, in the words of those who lived and shaped it. Features interviews with Dubmaster Dennis Bovell, Norman Jay MPE, Youth, Adrian Sherwood, Skream, Rinse FM's Sarah Lockhart and many others.