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Creating A Battle Routine

Learn and Understand how to start and create your own Battle Routine.

Creating A Battle Routine

Learn and Understand how to start and create your own Battle Routine.

Description

Esquire will demonstrate step by step , how to create your own battle routine using a number of different techniques ranging from beginner to advanced.

Objectives

  • Learn the structure of creating a batltle routine.
  • Learn the concepts of Beat Juggling.
  • Learn how to use Intro/Outro and Wordplay segments.
  • Learn how to make transitions and body tricks and how to end your routine.

Lesson Plan

  • 1
    Scratch Routine Structure
    In this step, Esquire will demonstrate several different Scracthing and Phrasing Techniques to get you started learning on how to build your own routine.
  • 2
    Beat Juggling Structure
    In this step, Esquire will breakdown how to incorporate a Chasing and Strobing patterns ,how to start and end your own Breakdown Patterns and how to apply all these techniques using Music Theory.
  • 3
    Intro/Outro/Wordplay Segments
    In this step, Esquire will demonstrate how to create your own Intro and Outro segment and also how to utilize wordplay in your routine.
  • 4
    Transitions / Body Tricks
    In this step, Esquire will demonstrate how to make proper transitions and how to incorporate body transitions using turntable based techniques.
  • 5
    Routine Completion / Tips and Tricks
    In this step , Esquire will explain the process of preparing your MP3 files for your routine, how to trim your routine for time purposes and shed light on some Unwritten Rules.