Music Instrumentals? What are they? What are some good examples? This post is for those of you that are awakening to the vast world of instrumentals. We are going to cover what they are and some of my personal insight on why I think they are so popular.
You might ask why you need an instrumental beat maker. The only reason you will need this is because you need to make great sounds or great beats. People remember songs because of the melody. Bad melody is equivalent to songs that are not appealing to ht human ears. If you have a good rap beat, then you are sure that the people will want to hear your song more. With this in mind, your listeners will definitely learn the lyrics so they can catch up with the song, regardless of the lyrical content.
Some people prefer self learning rather than attending classes. So instead of going for expensive classes, why not be one of the smarter, self-taught people? Do not think that doing it through self learning will make you less capable of creating good retro lounge music as compared to those who are taking lessons with a music teacher in a music class.
Think about the effect music has on you when you are watching a movie. It completely sets the mood, the tone, and brings out the emotions in the audience. Music will make you scared, it will make you laugh, it will bring out your sentimental side during a romantic flick, in sad movies the right track will get the tears flowing and the noses blowing. Music is very powerful, and it triggers huge emotional response in all of us.
Make free samples of your music for your fans; select your best songs as they will create the first impression to your listeners. Perform at gigs for free, as publicity is key to success in retro lounge instrumental promotion.
2) The music I play. When you look at the wide range of music that is on offer today, and you can see all the musical influences and the range of different styles and genres it is impossible to find something that you won’t love. I like to play a bit of everything. On my Roland Piano, I like to play classical, jazz and sometimes rock. On my Electric Guitar, I like to play metal and I sometimes even play my banjo when I want to put a twist on a song.
It is very important that the participating training partners rows synchronously according to the music beats. After a little practice you will find it easy, fun and very rewarding to exercise with music this way. Paces below 24 SPM and over 28 SPM are bit more demanding to follow for less experienced rowers. Remember to praise your training partners for their efforts. Training to rowing adapted music is growing very popular, because it is a lot more fun to train hard to good music. Have fun!