Purchase the SkyTracks Mixer package above!
Choose the "SkyTracks Mixer PLUS Chart" package and receive access to:
1. Sheet music and demo
2. SkyTracks Mixer access
3. Vocal Part Tracks
4. Minus-One Tracks
5. Rhythm Track
6. Recording Stems (for those who wish to use their own Digital Audio Workstation)
Choose the "SkyTracks Mixer MINUS Chart" If you've purchased the chart in the past and would like to buy only the SkyTracks Mixer package (still including all the learning tracks listed above).
The SkyTracks Mixer gives you access to a special webpage with a MIXABLE Multi-Track player of all of the recorded parts of the demo for this arrangement. You will receive a link to this page which you can share with your students so they can remotely access this versatile new learning tool, which works in browsers on desktops and laptops as well as mobile devices. Detailed instructions for how to use SkyTracks Mixers, including specific instructions about mobile device use, are included in the SkyTracks info pdf file you'll receive with your order.
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My customers were clamoring for more heavily "complexified" Justin Bieber charts, so I've once again turned to Dirty Loops for inspiration! This is an adaptation for vocal jazz ensemble of the Swedish fusion power trio's arrangement of the massive radio hit. Of course it's got crazy rhythms and harmony, and the Part Tracks will help your singers with those elements. From here, I can quote the description from "Roller Coaster"...The bass line from the original transcribed, so your bass player can grab as much of it as they'd like to shed, and they'll have chord changes as well, to play their own figures when they like. Drum part has a lot of hits, keyboard part is detailed, as well, with a few moments of chords and slashes, but also a transcription of DL's keyboard solo. Your students will love you for programming this chart (this statement is not guaranteed, prices may vary, see stores for details).
Fully notated piano/keyboard and bass, bass with both transcribed Dirty Loops version and adapted relatively simpler version, drums (Score included)
Commissioned by Sacramento State "C-Sus Voices", Gaw Vang-Williams, dir. (2016)