The example in today’s class was called “Sounds of Bugle” from the movie “Spirit”. The song was sung by Bryan Adams, a Canadian musician/singer/songwriter. His vocals was loud, but loud enough to hear the other instruments. Other instruments I heard were drums, piano, violin, and double bass. The song sounded sad, based on the plot of the movie (the horse was about to give up and had no confidence). It was recorded at a studio. There was lots of reverb in the vocal track. I liked the track because it showed a lot of emotion. If you put yourself in the main character’s shoes, you can try to feel their situation as if it was your own.