Meta Maestro Sexin' The Keys Pt2 - Synth N BLUES! (VIDEO)

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  1. M.Maestro

    M.Maestro Ghost

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    The view is limited, but you can see why I'm destined for greatness.
    I call this Synth N Blues. New artform of improvisation mixed with the orchestral techinque, and hard drums from hip hop.


    Get it wit it. This is only the beginning.

    [youtube]L1AR06ehw7s[/youtube]




    P.S. There's a slight delay.
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  2. Macmili

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    sounding funky so far
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  3. Shy

    Shy a.k.a. Klear Eyed

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    That's awesome.
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  4. ThisMiss

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    Mmmm sexy. [heart]
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  5. Brahm@n

    Brahm@n New Member

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    brought a tear to my eye... real talk

    you are on some other shit, man

    even though he hasn't died yet, ennio 'il maestro' morricone's spirit is in you


    the soul yearning, the innovation, the bouncy zest... it's all there
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  6. M.Maestro

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    tank u for the view
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  7. M.Maestro

    M.Maestro Ghost

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    Stop sleepin' on the skillz.
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  8. Look im Gangsta

    Look im Gangsta New Member

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    Sounds generic.
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  9. M.Maestro

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  10. Look im Gangsta

    Look im Gangsta New Member

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    Don't be gay about it.
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  11. M.Maestro

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  12. BeEgEe

    BeEgEe El Warm Shot

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    like that shit
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  13. B. Fury

    B. Fury Active Member

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    sounds pretty good to me
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  14. M.Maestro

    M.Maestro Ghost

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    Thanks, I appreciate all the views.
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  15. Shadow

    Shadow Kotaro's Master

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    pretty good stuff...good freestyle beat...
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  16. RealMS

    RealMS Ne te quaesiveris extra

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    hey man this is great. Good work n keep it up. My b/f's been playing piano since 8 & I CAN'T WAIT for him to get back home and play for me again lol love it.
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  17. M.Maestro

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    I wish I would've started on the piano at 8, I'd be a beast right now lol.

    I've been drilling myself though, learning every one of my chords, in each and every key.

    Hopefully that will pay off and since I already have a style of playin, it would make my music more innovative.


    Chea... thanks for the view, I appreciate it.
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  18. Yahunyahti

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    You're almost good enough to produce beats for people like Cage, Sage Francis and Chino XL. Congrats. Anther five+ years and you may sell a beat or two to a 50 Cent.

    In all honesty, I got half way through it and turned it off. I don't want to watch you construct a wack beat. It sounded lame as hell to me.

    "Bloop Bleep Bleep Bloop Bloop Bloop Bloop" (looped) with a few cheap sounding chords. Then again, what do I know? I listen to shit like this:

    [youtube]BCO8KkkmdIE[/youtube]



    I prefer real musicians who can actually play, not just do little partial sounds and piece the shit together in a hokey electronic machine.
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  19. Look im Gangsta

    Look im Gangsta New Member

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    You ever play flowing pieces?

    Or do you just practice loops for music with a drum line?
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  20. Look im Gangsta

    Look im Gangsta New Member

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    My post wasn't ment to seem as if it was enabling Az.

    I'm genuinely curious, because like Az I prefer more flowing music rather than looped chords.
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