In this activity, we will be making a video to accompany some background music! (which is backwards, but it can be fun!)
To start, watch Mr. Leeson's sample video:
Then watch this video explaining how to make your own! Please note: You don't need to use an entire song and make one as long as Mr. Leeson. A one minute video is just fine!
Share Videos with email@example.com
Mr. Leeson's Messily Written Plan:
Can you guess why its slightly crumpled?
Please note: You don't have to use fancy music terms like I did. You could totally label something "the big spooshy section" and if you know what that means its fine! If you do know some music terms, try using them!
Watch the video below and then use the link Song Maker link underneath the video!
Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are using a sd61learn email account, send it to email@example.com instead!
If you have a keyboard or piano at home, you can make chords the same way on the white keys! Pick a root and find the third and fifth by counting up (to the right). Instant chords!
So now that I got that stuck in your head, let's try making a new melody to put in there!
Watch the first part of the video below, then
Mr. Leeson's Beat
Some Beat Knowledge:
Tempo = The speed of the beat. We usually measure it in BPM (Beats per minute). 60 BPM is the same speed as a clocking ticking away seconds. 120 BPM is twice as fast.
Hello Everyone! This is the first music connection available to Shoreline students. I just want to be clear that any Shoreline student is free to make a submission to firstname.lastname@example.org! You don't have to be a part of the music program! You can do it by yourself and you can also have a family member help you out!