Originals & Covers
Got another musicality playlist for ya! A lot of us are on the road this summer—dance camps, family vacays, and of course the 8 Count Audio Summer Tour. Check out the sparse instrumentation in the intro—just that bass synthesizer with a cool filter that almost gives it a vocal quality and the finger snaps. You could maximize musicality by planning your hits to match the rhythm of that melody They remain the darlings of the indie-pop scene and this insanely catchy track from underscores their sonic appeal. Any choreo would want to highlight that difference. Verse 2 has its own new tricks that open up things for a choreographer. You get a soft cool-down section after the chorus that you could potentially cut in half to save time. As opposed to verse 1, that snare drum is present for the entire 2nd verse which starts at
Musicality is a huge theme with 8 Count Audio and my approach to making music and dance work well together. And before that? The singer also has a slight auto-tune effect, the kind that Cher pioneered in and T-Pain got rich on by The acoustic guitar work: awesome.
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