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Moby composition

Discussion in 'Music' started by yarrow, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. I thought I'd get my GCSE group to compose a piece in the style of Moby. I just wondered if anyone had done this successfully and could suggest a good approach? I also wondered which software you use. cheers, Yarrow.
     
  2. We did we used cubase, the results were suprisingly mixed. Some students just kept asking me what the right answer was!! Some could not handle the syncopation. There were some really good ones.

    Had to address all kinds of issues, from where to put the snare drum in a rhythm pattern, how to syncopate, modal chord sequences, synthersiser sounds, bass lines that don't just use the root -

    Regardless of the outcomes it was a terrific learning exercise.
     

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