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It's Oblivious

by The Rosados

This is a rugged and then yet gentle reflective rock track with descriptive and compassionate lyrics, about the need for assistance after a hurricane! It is sung by teens and a child who are grandchildren of a storm damage victim. The are MusicTech Kids™
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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WHO: The ROSADO FAMILY, Mom Maria, Eric & John (13) and Sophia (5)
WHAT: Create a Song & Music Video to help GRAM in Hurricane Maria!
WHY: Charity Fund Raiser for HURRICANE MARIA family relief
WHEN: September & October 2017
WHERE: Jersey City & Puerto Rico

Concept, Produced & Directed by Professor David Musial September 2017

This song was inspired by the dramatic life threatening tragedy and the unfortunate fatal hurricane “MARIA” in September 2017, which destroyed much of the Caribbean, including the home of Grandma Elba Rosado. It was weeks before this family heard from the mother of their dad Luis, hence the loving and terrified grandmother of these three children. Fortunately she is safe, but her home in Salinas and Aibonito, Puerto Rico, was severely damaged.

The children are in the scholarship division of the very unique MusicTech Kids™ program created by the award-winning Prof. David Musial. He is an expert in Music & Video technologies, and has been a professional church Pipe Organist since age 10 (1970) and became a Liturgical Music Director in the 1980’s.

The first session during the horrific hurricane, the family was present put was intensely distracted for natural reasons. What does Prof. David do??? He does what he “does” and started discussing their concerns and feelings. He transcribed the conversations, and as weeks went by, they modified the story and once we learned that Gram was “OK”, he coached them to create a musical “mood”.

They then made the instrumental. This procedure was initiated in “Garageband” software by Apple, where we found pro drum “loops”, and then found a singing range (the boys voices are “changing” at just 13) and then discussed piano chord feelings, a bass line and we crafted a melody. We then transferred into ProTools where we added guitar-like sounds, nasty-distorted synth leads, orchestral strings and rock drums. The piece begins with thunderstorm and violent winds, and it leads into a compassionate, gentle electric-harp like piano reflection, and eventually ends with an authentic, traditional lullaby “Los Pollitos” in Spanish (The Little Chick) which Gramma Rosado taught little Sophia, who is just 5 years old now. She pleas “We Need To Help Her”.

Professor Musial and mom Maria Rosado, filmed the children singing the song in the vocal booth and he then edited a basic “live” production video, which you can view at this link on YouTube or Facebook.

100% of any profit income earned from any sale or public performance or broadcast royalty from this song, will be directed to the grandmother Elba Rosado in Puerto Rico, to assist her with a speedy recovery, (approximately $10,000 damage). Once her home is “fixed”, any future income shall be donated to the MusicTech Kids Scholarship fund to continue to help the Rosado kids and others.

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