Recording and Viewing Live Band Performances Many people enjoy listening to music, but are always really excited to go see a live performance of their favorite bands. There’s something about the atmosphere of being with thousands of people who all love the same band you do. Everyone is going crazing and yelling and screaming for joy. Then the show ends. After the show fans usually stop by the souvenir stands and by a shirt or poster to commemorate their trip to see their favorite band play live.
Culturally the guitar is seen as a positive symoble it allows people to express their feelings with one another in a unique way. Just like how a family carry traditions, so does a guitar it cares traditions.The guitar represents a story that is being told through ditions that are passed down to the next generation. The usual ritual is to practice playing the guitar because without practice success would not be reached. The guitar language appeals to so many people because it is used in different types of music generas. It is the main component that draws the audience into the performer’s music.
Next there would be a very djenty, rhythmic guitar and bass patterns riff/ pattern going on usually panned to your left and right soundscape. Sometimes both on each side or one side dedicated to bass and the other to guitar, you can do either. Than with the drums it gets tricky because the drums hold a beat, but they also keep a rhythm most of the time the same rhythm as to each individual strum of the guitar and or bass. So its a very complicated process to play drums in a prog metal band. Add a odd time signature and alternating tempos with a bit of creativity and you got yourself a prog metal
The audience and I, sat down at tables with food and some sort of beverage, chatting with our friends and family during the performance. When every song was over, we clapped and after a few songs there was a little bit of cheering! Since, I have only been to a concert I will compare it to this. At a concert, I would rate the audience’s interaction with the performance as very involved. I feel this way because the audience tends to cheer before and after every song and sing along to every song played.
The performers related very well with the audience. Each acknowledged the audience after applauses and there was a narrator between pieces. There was a lot of humor among the performers and they seemed ... ... middle of paper ... ...ked throughout the concert. The pacing of the selections seemed appropriate. No piece sounded like the one before it.
A few of the composers that wrote for him were Brian Kierulf and Josh Schwartz. Another popular song that... ... middle of paper ... ...le that were there just for Aaron Carter himself and also for the music itself. Everyone in the audience felt the same about the overall experience of the concert. When Carter sang “How I Beat Shaq” the whole audience seemed to go crazy when he started singing this song. The performance was very entertaining and just an overall good time.
A lot of the meanings went unknown for a very long time and some are still making people wonder. They also had a very talented band. This made it easier to make the background music in their songs interesting. The guitar solos are excellent, the drummer is great, and the vocals are very enjoyable. There are many that feel that the fact that the lead was a bisexual changed the quality of their music.
And after comparing notes to my book, they were on track for the most part. All of the songs played before their break, were songs on albums released before Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band. I wasn’t impressed with this song, however. No, it isn’t my favorite song, but I just wasn’t impressed by the playing of the song.
Objective description: The music is so abstract, it’s almost as if some people just got together randomly and decided to make some noise. It’s sometimes calming and sometimes stressful. It’s like a call and response music, one section makes a noise and the other sections respond accordingly with a similar sounding rhythm, very interesting to listen to. Steel drums, chimes, drums, drones, flutes, and some other instruments, not even sure what the names are. I have heard them before but do not know the name.
They also toured with bands like Van Halen, and Velvet Revolver. (Grierson) Tim Grierson from About.com says that, “Shinedown play melodic hard rock hea... ... middle of paper ... ...e clearly a rock band, but their style and sound tends to change a bit. I think he kind of has the power in his voice to be able to experiment with his sound and stretch the capabilities of their band I personally like their acoustic songs like “call me”. It is mellow enough to listen about anytime, and it also shows that he doesn’t only have to be around the loud instruments when he sings, for he still sounds pretty good with the slow more quite acoustic sounds. “Call Me” also uses a piano in it which I enjoy in rock songs.