Batshits are soooooo addictive.
There are a lot of them out there, and I mean a lot.
A lot of people are addicted to batshit, but it’s really difficult to make one that actually plays well.
I was looking at the batshit on the net to figure out how to make it more than just a batshit.
So I decided to build a bathit from scratch, which is pretty much what I’ve done for the last two years.
A whole bunch of different batshit pieces are already available for free on the internet.
But, since the Batshot was designed as a musical instrument for orchestra, symphony, film, and more, it needed to be able to perform on stage.
I wanted a piece that could also be played on stage, so I turned to a composer named Sebastiano Vinciguerra, who wrote some fantastic scores for opera and ballet, and a few orchestral pieces.
It was a long process to get a piece to where it was, but now I’m happy with it.
I love how the bathit sounds, and its beautiful timbre, with its unique sound of air, so it was just a matter of finding a good composer.
A little bit of improvisation is always fun and fun to do, but you need to have the skill to do it well, and this is something that I’m really good at.
So, with a few weeks of free time, I made this one.
And, with the help of a friend and a couple of different music videos, I was able to get this bathit into the hands of a few people who would be able it to perform.
And that was it.
You can listen to the whole thing at the source link, but I’m sure there are many more batshit compositions out there.
You know, it’s fun to be a part of the world of batshit and have a piece of music like this.
And I can’t wait to see what other batshit musicians will do with it!
So, go ahead and download the batHit.it app to play, and follow the instructions to start playing.
The bathit has been written from scratch and features a total of 27 unique batshit arrangements, as well as some very specific and unique sounds.
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to play a piece, or you’ve just been curious about how a batthed piece works, I recommend this.
You might even learn something new, too!
You might also want to check out this video, which showcases some of the different bathit styles.
The composer Sebastiano has been playing these batshit instruments since he was a child, so there is something for everyone, even if you don’t play piano.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please drop me a line on Twitter or Facebook, or send me an email.
Cheers, and have fun!