How to Play “Uptown Funk” on the Cannonball

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A guide on how to play the popular song “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars on the Cannonball instrument.

Open the “Uptown Funk” file in the “Cannonball” folder.

Open the “Uptown Funk” file in the “Cannonball” folder. This song was created by Bruno Mars, and it is in the key of C major. The song has a 4/4 time signature, and the tempo is 120 beats per minute.

Select the “Uptown Funk” track.

Assuming you have the “Uptown Funk” track selected, hit the “Play” button. The music will start playing and the metronome will begin keeping time. You can set the metronome to whatever tempo you like, but we recommend starting at a moderate tempo and increasing the speed as you get comfortable with the song. As the music plays, watch the buttons lit up in red and hit them in time with the music. Be sure to keep an eye on the upcoming notes so you can prepare in advance. When you’re ready to rock out, increase the speed of the metronome and let loose!

Click the “Play” button.

First, click the “Play” button. Next, choose either “Beginner” or “Expert” level. If you choose “Beginner,” you will be able to play the melody of the song with one hand, and the chords with the other hand. If you choose “Expert,” you will need to play both the melody and chords with both hands. Finally, click the “Start” button to begin playing.

Follow the on-screen instructions.

1. Select the “Uptown Funk” option on the main menu screen.

2. The game will start by showing you a short video of the “Uptown Funk” music video. After the video ends, the game will prompt you to select your difficulty level.

3. Once you select your difficulty, the game will give you a brief tutorial on how to play. After the tutorial, you will be able to start playing the song.

4. The goal of the game is to hit all of the notes in time with the music. If you miss a note, you will lose points.

5. At the end of the song, your score will be tallied and you will be given a rank based on your performance.

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