🕑 < 1 min Only three simple chords, a simple motif, some layers and dynamics to make this soundtrack outstanding! Charles Cornell explains why this is.
🕑 7 min 4 ways you can go and what you should really focus on.
🕑 < 1 min Credits go to “Our smartphone apocalypse”, animated by Steve Cutts
🕑 < 1 min An underestimated composer. Catchy and very memorizable motifs are maybe the most distinctive feature of his music.
🕑 < 1 min In this method a food ingredient of a pizza is associated with each
chromatic note. This is not a frivolous idea , even though it might seem that way. The basis of this method is to teach that each note over a chord suggests a different feeling in the listener and player.
🕑 < 1 min Only three chords. Db, Bbsus4 and Fm. That’s it. Never the less it features one of the catchiest motifs of all time. You can check out my transcription on muscore if you like.
🕑 < 1 min A quite underrepresented topic on playing drums on a keyboard but I’ll try to lighten it up a bit.
🕑 < 1 min I acutally never played Super Mario 3D world but the presented soundtrack convinced me totally. So I had to learn this catchy phrases myself.
🕑 < 1 min Remember to always practice slowly and with a metronome at first until you feel confident in your playing and can play each note evenly. Then slowly pick up the speed.
🕑 < 1 min Benjamin Zander explains in this TED talk why everyone is able to understand music. Even if they consider themselfs unmusical.