Hit Talk has released Single Ladies, a Hit Report educational tool for musicians wanting to enhance their music production skills and learn the music production techniques used in a given hit song.
This hit report features step-by-step analysis and exclusive DAW-style illustrations of the music production techniques used in Beyonce’s hit song “Single Ladies”.
Hit Talk Single Ladies – Format map
Single Ladies includes
- Drum Production Report
- Hook Production Report
- Vocal Production Report
- Synth Production Report
- Music Production Report
- Mix & Frequency Separation Report
- Song Arrangement Step-by-Step Report
- Song Format Map
- Song Arrangement Map
- Chord Progression Map
- Frequency Separation Map
- Groove/Quantize Analysis Map
- Multi-Track Automation Detail Map
- Plus Bonus VIP Samples and Loops
You can find out about the mix and frequency separation, plus the woodwind production in an online preview, or purchase the Hit Talk “Single Ladies” hit report as a download for $14.95 USD.
Check Moderbeats’ Hit Talk website for more information.
Sites like YouTube are able to make people popular in a few days. Cool videos are dugg and spread around the internet like a virus, and nobodies rise to fame. The list of YouTube Celebrities keeps growing.
But YouTube is also a place where regular celebrities will find their worst performances, their biggest bloopers and things they’d wish they had never said on camera. So how do the stars cope with these little embarrassments? Call the legal guys and cry copyright infringement!
According to Mashable, Beyonce Knowles’ record company Sony/BMG, has cited copyright infringement for the few seconds of grainy footage that showed the singer falling down the stairs on stage at a concert in Orlando.
Now that doesn’t seem fair. There are numerous videos of Beyonce on YouTube, so if this one is copyright infringement, what does that mean for all the other videos? This would just be a form of censorship, allowing celebrities to cover up an embarrassing incident.
YouTube doesn’t even censor/filter violent videos of teenagers fighting or being bullied. I guess it’s okay for people to see teenagers getting beat up, because it’s just part of life (I believe this is YouTube’s stance on that matter), so we should be able to see Beyonce fall from the stairs as well, right?