MOBY simple mind map

Simple mind map of Why does my heart feel so bad.

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  • Created by: bjjones
  • Created on: 31-03-14 12:05
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  • MOBY
    • It was released in 19991 from the album PLAY
      • Samples from Gospel choir 1950s
    • HARMONY
      • Six chords are used. The piece is diatonic (i.e. all tones stay within the key
      • TECHNOLOGY
        • Electronic equipment used.
          • Sampler - plays music back. Used for voice samples
            • Synthesisers - used for bass & string sounds
              • Drum machine - used for drum loops
                • Use of EQ and reverb
    • INSTRUMENTATION
      • This builds up. More instruments are added in each section
        • 1 Piano
        • 2 Voice
        • Sub bass
        • 4 Drums
        • 5 Synth strings
        • 6 Synth organ
  • STRUCTURE
    • MOBY
      • It was released in 19991 from the album PLAY
        • Samples from Gospel choir 1950s
      • HARMONY
        • Six chords are used. The piece is diatonic (i.e. all tones stay within the key
        • TECHNOLOGY
          • Electronic equipment used.
            • Sampler - plays music back. Used for voice samples
              • Synthesisers - used for bass & string sounds
                • Drum machine - used for drum loops
                  • Use of EQ and reverb
      • INSTRUMENTATION
        • This builds up. More instruments are added in each section
          • 1 Piano
          • 2 Voice
          • Sub bass
          • 4 Drums
          • 5 Synth strings
          • 6 Synth organ
  • It has a very simple structure. All sections are 8 bars long.
    • STRUCTURE
      • It is VERSE AND CHORUS
        • It has a two chord sequence arranged in 8 bar blocks
    • MELODY
      • Two vocal samples from choir
        • Sample A male sings VERSE  in A minor
          • Sample B female sings CHORUS in A minor
    • They are looped

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