This has to be one of my favourite mixing/beats programs out there.
When you get bored over the break bust out some jams... there are literally 1000's of combinations.
I gave you version 3.0, but there is also Version 1 and Version 2 that are also amazing!
Have a restful and relaxing holiday.... see you next year.
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Friday, 20 December 2013
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Mid-Terms and Re-Tests
I understand that many of you in 1011 Concert are going to be way today for broom ball and will, consequently, miss your midterm. Remember that this is your mark, and I am here to help. I am strongly recommending that you come see me if you miss class today and get your playing test done before the break.
A few people have been asking me about getting a retest done.
Remember, your time is valuable and, so is mine. There are loads of people who want a piece of my time to do a re-test. I am wanting to meet your needs, but, alas, there is only one of me. So, with that in mind, let's think about these two things before booking a re-test with me.
1) Don't waste our time. If you are coming to see me and the end result is that your mark will change by 1 or 2.... don't bother. Come in an "nail" it. If you are not able to do 50/50, then let's do a lesson instead.
2) You can go in groups. Similar instruments are preferred, but not required.
Any other questions, see me and we will meet and work it out.
Wednesday, 11 December 2013
Only 'cause I care
Best of luck on your playing test.
Just because I care here are the test sections.
Clarinets ½ and Alto: 7 - 16,
Trombone ½: 55-56,
Upper Winds (fl, ob, Bsn, cl 1/2/3, b.cl, alto ½, ten and bari): 60 – 63,
Brass Saxes and Bcl.: 98-99,
Flute/ oboe: 104-105,
Percussion: 23 – 65 and 88-125
Childhood Remembered: Winds: beginning – 51
Pandemonium: Percussion: 46 - end
Siorai September: all parts beginning to end
Elvin and the Hip Monks: Horns – 56-72
Melody: 8-40 (Jack, Jamie, Taylor, Brooke)
Rhythm Section: Beginning to 55
Swing State: Whole Band: Beginning to 56
Whisper Not: Saxes: 7/8, 15/16, 25-41
Bones: 33-40, 49-56
Trumpets/ Tbones and Piano: 65-72
Trumpets/ Tbones and Piano: 65-72
Rhythm: beg -41
Manhattan: Trumpets and Bones: 25-26
Winds: 31-43, 64-67
Rhythm Section: beginning – 62
Top Dog: Saxes: 69-90
Bleep Blop Horns: – 67-93
Rhythm: Beginning -70
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