EAST VS. WEST – Part 2 – Six Quick Modes In Music Theory | Sajjad Ali’s Master Class Online

EAST VS. WEST – Part 2 – Six Quick Modes In Music Theory | Sajjad Ali’s Master Class Online

In the same C major scale, if go from the fifth note to the higher fifth, This would be the dominant seventh. ‘Komal nikhaad’ is being used here. So, this is dominant seventh. This is called the Mixolydian mode in Western music. And… um… It is beautifully used in our Eastern music as well. It has a very mixed sound. (Humming the song “Yaad”) and… another one of my songs….

Pond5 Media Maker Spotlight: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Pond5 Media Maker Spotlight: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

I’m Ryan Lewis. I’m a music producer and film director. I met Macklemore on MySpace, I think I friend requested him, he came over to my parents’ house and pretty much since then I’ve seen him everyday! And it obviously grew into something completely beyond what either of us would have anticipated. Videos have been an absolutely huge part of our whole story. They bring songs to life. I think…

Haywyre live at Bonnaroo 2017 -[Full set]- Unreleased Music

Haywyre live at Bonnaroo 2017 -[Full set]- Unreleased Music

yo Bonnaroo my name’s Haywyre, It’s my first time here i hope you guys enjoy the set, Cheers Are you guys doing okay out there? thanks for having me guys are you guys still with me? Bonnaroo thank you guys again for having me lets get this going thank you again bonnaroo -giggle- are you guys having a good time gee theres a lot of you guys out there alright…

How sign language innovators are bringing music to the deaf

How sign language innovators are bringing music to the deaf

This is Amber Galloway Gallego, she’s interpreting a song for you in traditional American Sign Language. Now here’s the same song but it’s in a specialized version of American Sign Language just for music. You might actually recognize this riff it’s from “Don’t Wanna Fight” by Alabama Shakes. So which one connects you more with the music? Hi I’m Amber Galloway Gallego. She’s interpreted concerts in ASL for literally every…

Tana Mongeau – Facetime (Official Music Video)

Tana Mongeau – Facetime (Official Music Video)

and we’re two oceans apart and I’m breaking your heart and your falling apart because I’m in love with his heart and we’re two oceans apart we were far from the start i don’t wanna fall asleep on facetime (facetime) it’s like you’re gone every time my phone dies i just want some fucking face to face time and i got little tendencies to waste time don’t depend to make…

Walking the Triad (Music Theory)

Walking the Triad (Music Theory)

Hi, my name is Jeremy, this is Red Means Recording and today I wanted to do a little video about something that I get asked about a lot and that is, how do you come up with chords? This is gonna be a introduction to that, sort of more about just the basic of chords The basics of the major triad and how I think about the major triad when…

Why Beyonce’s Homecoming Live TRANSITIONS Were SO GOOD! (Coachella/Beychella) Breakdown)

Why Beyonce’s Homecoming Live TRANSITIONS Were SO GOOD! (Coachella/Beychella) Breakdown)

Why are Beyoncé’s musical transitions so good? Jeez! Hello everybody, it’s O’Neil Gerald, and I just finished watching Beyoncé’s performance at Coachella, and I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed myself. I didn’t just enjoy the HBCU theme, the drum line, the band, the orchestra. But I think the thing that was kind of in my mind that was going along as she was performing, was just why Beyoncé’s…

How to Upload your Video Audio as a Second Track within Windows Movie Maker

How to Upload your Video Audio as a Second Track within Windows Movie Maker

Welcome to my video on how to upload your video or audio as a second track within Windows Movie Maker, lets get started! Ok now i’ve already uploaded a video clip for the purpose of this tutorial. It has been broken into two parts. The first part is the intro and the second part is the remainder of the video. Now let’s say I wanted to replace my intro with…

EAST VS. WEST – Part 1 – Six Quick Modes In Music Theory | Sajjad Ali’s Master Class Online

EAST VS. WEST – Part 1 – Six Quick Modes In Music Theory | Sajjad Ali’s Master Class Online

Usually, when we’re trying to compose something… we try to come up with something within the scales that we’re most comfortable with. We try to compose in the those same scales. So, what ends up happening, is that our compositions sound really monotonous. There’s a really simple exercise for this… For example… This is the C Major scale and its notes. The same six notes can help us play SIX…