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Falling In Love With Music

Contributed Post Image Source We don’t think that it’s hard to fall in love with music. Music is one of the most powerful things in the world. It has the power to bring people together, influence moods, and even for some people it helps them to find a meaning in the world. There’s just such a variety of different sounds that you could listen to that would open your mind to a new way of thinking about music. If you find a type of music that you truly love, it’ll speak to you and help you through some difficult times in your life. Just think about the tragedy at the Ariana Grande concert in the UK last year. People lost their lives, and a nation…
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5 Tips to finding a band in Brisbane

Contributed Post Music is one of the most influential parts of any occasion. It is so compelling that some people will only remember the band that played well at your event. Therefore, it is the event organizer’s job to take some time and dig deep to see to it that he or she hires the most suitable musician for that specific occasion. Therefore, to ensure that you get the best band for whichever event you have, whether it is a corporate or wedding event, keep the following points at the back of your mind. Budget Anyone who looks to hire for any services needs to consider the budget. Before you even decide to select any band, start by stating the amount of money that you…
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5 Tips To Finding The Best Stereo Tube Amplifiers For Your Needs

We are blessed to live in a world where we have access to wonderful technological devices. However, identifying the perfect devices from the numerous options can prove to be challenging. Since there are many features built into stereo tube amplifiers, selecting the right one for your needs can be difficult, to say the least. However, fret not, as we are here to help you make your decision. You can also read stereo tube amp info and reviews online to make an informed purchase. Without beating about the bush any further, here are 4 tips to finding the best stereo tube amplifiers for your needs. Tip 1: Focus on the THD+N numbers THD+N basically refers to Total Harmonic Distortion+ Noise and it is just a measure…
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Unplugged 3: Insanely excited about the next two m2 projects, so that’s great

Sat down for my first purposeful recording session in a long while a few weeks ago. Recorded for four or five hours straight, just a mic in a room (an attic, actually) a few feet in front of my amp. Really cold up there. My fingers were numb. Laid down ten tracks of material, lots of layered guitar work weaving in and out of one another rather than the dense sound assault I’ve done in recent years. Tried a new approach to playing and just attempted various iterations on it. The interplay of the guitars excited me. Had about an hour and a half of material when it was wrapped up. Got super focused on working that material over the other day and started mixing….
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Unplugged 2: snow daze are no ways

My whole life, staying focused has always been a challenge. As long as I’m doing new things, exploring new ideas, doing new tasks, and pursuing creative projects I can keep that in check (usually by multitasking so I’m bouncing back and forth from one thing to another), but it takes work to, you know, work. So to suddenly get slammed with a fairly big snowstorm that keeps the family home, thereby extending their winter vacation home by another four days, isn’t exactly a boon to focus. Love them, but it’s a small house, and no, I don’t have a dedicated, private office space. Still, managed to take three or four rough chapter drafts from my next book and chisel them into finished initial drafts yesterday,…
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