Good evening fellow Steemians! Here's a quick lesson on how to do the Satch Scream.
I'm not sure who actually invented this technique, but Joe Satriani definitely popularized it and he is a master at it. It's not hard to do and with some practice you can come up with some interesting sounds! Thanks for watching!
I have always loved music, I love to dance to it, sing alone with it, and even create my own music. My Mother loves to sing and play the piano. Each day after school we would sit doing our homework, and listen to the sweet songs coming through the passage, as my Mother tickled the keys.
Music affects the soul, the brain, and even our mood. The different types of music stimulate different areas of the brain. Even the tone and volume can have an influence in how music can affect you. I tried an experiment, I would listen to my brother’s music and write down how I felt from this experience: “I now completely understand how my brother’s moods work, and why he can change his mood.”
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'Music has the power to bring people together like no other art form.' - Michael Franti
I couldn't agree more, Michael.
It was music, steemit and a little bit of magic that led to the following lucky break.
Two months ago it so happened that I accidentally ran into Drew Machak's steemit blog.
Drew is an extraordinarily talented singer and songwriter from Detroit (Michigan, US). He would humbly say "your friendly local musician" 😊
So I stumbled over a post with his <a hre
This song is a tribute to fire.
It can be a campfire, the fire of the sun, the fire burning inside each of us.
The fire is everywhere, in everyone.
There, the people give it a special importance, it is more present in the everyday life.
The fire is used to cook, to warm up the cold nights, to warm the water to have a shower...
I think that in Europe we have been disconnected from the primary elements, however essential to our survival.
So this song reminds us that the fire is present everywhere and for me like a kind of sacred figure.
As always we are dedicated to bringing you quality crap and today is not short of it! We have been Vlogging for awhile now and to some success, so we've decided to share some of the secret sauce with our Pirates! We present to you VOTU VLOG ALBUM Part 1 Thats right! We are releasing the music we use in our vlogs to you for free! And guess what?!?! This is just part 1.. Part 2 coming soon. Utilize our music in your production, just make sure to give us credit where its due! Remember making music isn't always easy & its not always free! If you make it big using one of our productions don't forget the small guys.
all music produced by VOTU is funded purely by $$ earned from the blockchain
Track 1: 0:00 - 1:18
Track 2: 1:18 - 2:36
Track 3: 2:36 - 4:59
Track 4: 4:59 - 7:19
Track 5: 7:19 - 8:43
Track 6: 8:43 - 9:58
Track 7: 9:58 - 11:28
Track 8: 11:28 - 16:04
Put Grandma to bed
看完 @oflyhigh 上星期有关柳笛的帖子 (https://steemit.com/cn/@oflyhigh/eocxy) 后，我也一时兴起，把小时候的竹笛子也拿出来玩。顺道也为Steemit上的中外各位人仕介绍一下这一种很有魅力的传统中国乐器！
After reading @oflyhigh's post which about playing willow flute (https://steemit.com/cn/@oflyhigh/eocxy) on last week, I took out and played my Dizi which I learned when I was a secondary school student. I am going to introduce this cool instrument to everyone of you here!
Thanks so much for the views and love guys. Another week of STEEMIT open mic in the books.
Lucero - Slow Dancing
Blog coverage is one of the most accessible forms of music promotion in the world.
Not everybody has access to touring all the time, especially early on. Playing shows is expensive and slow, but anybody with an email address can do blog promotion 24/7.
You need to have music coming out all the time to take full advantage of this... which is why so many musicians, especially in hip-hop, drop singles every month.
My new song comes out in two weeks. August 8th. I'm reaching out to blogs to try and get some coverage. The bare minimum plays I wanna get is 1,000 - my medium-term goal is to start hitting 10k plays on some tracks.
When only 5% of bloggers will even respond to you... you need to reach out to a lot of people!!
Have you gotten your music onto blogs? What worked for you?
Some of you might remember back to Sunday of week 40 (or 41?) when I submitted my first post on steemit to enter into the open mic. I didn't know the rules so my video didn't qualify, also I didn't use my good mic to record it so it sounded pretty bad.
Anyway, I decided to perform the same J. S. Bach piece for my week 43 entry. I have not seen anything that says you can't play the same song twice, but if there is please let me know.
Thanks for watching and reading!
Hey! I have a free Monday so I chose to sing in my orange room all morning :)
The kiddo is with grandma and I have some gigs coming up, so I thought I would give my voice an extra practice while I have the time.
Check out this super stripped, not so perfect, acoustic version of my song
Confession. If you'd like, feel free to check out all my music at my website, listed in my profile. Thanks for listening :)
A Colorful Essay by Happy Om
Written for History of Rock and Roll
Sierra College Summer 2017
Its 1963, and the United States is in an uproar. The threat of communism and nuclear war have the majority of population walking on eggshells of politeness, while the youth and radical voices crescendo in their rally behind MLK for rights while celebrating the wild joy spreading across the country through the rockin sounds and wild movements of Elvis and Little Richard. The beloved President Kennedy, perhaps the most adored of any who had sat in the oval office in modern times, was assassinated November 22nd of 1963, and even with all the comic relief coming out of the fancy new 10 inch televisions across the country, America was a potent field of feeli
Talking in brief (kinda) about one of my favorite funk/jazz/soul/ compilations (video)
I couldn't really think of a recent record that I wanted to talk about this week. But I did realize that there was one funk/soul/jazz compilation series that I wanted to highlight: Strange Breaks & Mr. Thing, specifically Vol. 2. I don't really go as in-depth as I originally thought I would when I first started shooting this video, but nonetheless I still feel like this is a compilation that doesn't get as many shout outs as I think it should. Let me know what you think of the video and next week I'll probably cover something a bit more recent (probably).
Thanks to everyone who entered and supported Open Mic Week 42. Community support for Open Mic has been tremendous and is one of many projects bringing the music community together on Steemit.
Steemit Open Mic Week 42must the beginning of the post title.
Steemit Open Mic Week 42must be said at the beginning of your video
Originalsomewhere in your title
Entries must follow these rules to earn prizes.
A big shout out to @pfunk fo
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Anyone who has the privilege of traveling, must, at least once in his life, visit Greece.
One of the most important things to do in Greece is to watch in an ancient theater a comedy or tragedy of ancient drama.
In Epidaurus of Peloponnese you can find the most famous ancient theater of Greece, where every summer you can watch excellent performances from the hellenic festival with subtitles in English.
Actually, it is here, where the whole big thing of theater begun!
Theater is one of the most significant hellenic exported products to the global civilization and a great offer to the humanity!
And as a human being, the man, since the antiquity, has the same fears, the same pas
I've been a DJ for close to 18 years now. The number of different equipment set-ups I've had to play on is numerous; more so now that fewer people are using actual turntables as the standard in clubs or bars.
This weekend, I played in the Ozarks at a yearly event called Wet Hot Electronic Summer. It was the second time I've played there, but the seventh time the crew had thrown the party. Per usual, all the equipment issues were handled with class and everything sounded great in all three areas of music.
Now, I've taken a
I'll play on whatever you've got equipment-wise attitude for many years. For one, connecting and disconnecting several pieces of equipment before, during, or after another DJ isn't only a pain in the ass, it's usually a distraction to the DJ playing. Personally, I find it rude (sometimes), but I also understand it's simply a part of what we do. So it's with
The story behind me writing this song goes back to 11th of September 2016. I remember that it was the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and it was all over the news. I was scrolling through my Facebook feed that day, when I suddenly saw some really awful sad videos from that day.
I remember being very sad, angry and feeling empathy at the same time. I couldn't imagine what the affected people were going through. I couldn't fall asleep that day, I was overflowed with some strange emotions.
It was 2am and I decided to grab my guitar, since it usually helps me to express my feelings and to feel a lot calmer afterwards.
I automatically started to play some sad melodies, that came directly from these emotions, and this was the beginning of this composition.
I only said open mic week 43 in my video, I didn't say 'steemit', I hope that's OK. It's uploaded now and I just read the full title on @luzcypher blog - it probably matters not :) I think it only matters if your a winner O.o
This is my own arrangement of 'Back to Black', as a tribute to a sadly absent Amy Winehouse. You might call it a Lament.
Thank you for listening.
Back to Black