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Saturday
Jul132019

MusicThinkTank Weekly Recap: Engage The Brain

Friday
Jul122019

How Does Music Engage The Brain And Evoke Feelings Of Nostalgia Amongst Listeners? 

Humans are surrounded by music. It is undeniable that it affects people’s moods and emotions. But even more than that, it has the power to transport listeners to a very particular date, time or event. The songs we listen to and love become woven into a neural tapestry reminiscing seasons, people and locations. I will attempt to discover exactly how music engages broad neural networks in the brain and how it can be used in neuro-therapy to help brain injured patients recall personal memories. 

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Thursday
Jul112019

4 Ways To Create Atmospheric Lighting For Your Live Shows

When it comes to live shows, the lighting is big part of the crowd’s enjoyment. It can really make a difference in how they are able to get the full experience of your show. So don’t make the mistake of having sub-par lighting that doesn’t represent your performance in the best way. Use these four tips to create the best atmospheric lighting possible

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Tuesday
Jul092019

Tips For Musicians Who Want To Stay Healthy On The Road

For many musicians, the ability to go on tour is the dream. It means seeing and sharing your music with the world. It represents a level of commitment to success and adventure that can lead to stardom. 

Unfortunately, touring also means spending incredibly long hours cramped into a small space with a handful of other people. It can lead to a caged-up feeling that drives some artists crazy and saps their creative potential. Further, it can lead to quite a bit of potential illness, which can have a serious impact on your ability to perform well. 

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Monday
Jul082019

10 Ultimate Quotes From The World's Best Musicians

Have you never noticed that hearing a particular song can provide you with a different form of energy? Or maybe it makes you remember something that connects you with a song? Yes, music is an extraordinary element which can drastically change your mood or can even raise the standard of a situation i.e a romantic music can help a couple bring out the inner emotion or a trance or EDM can make a person dance in a party. Music has power and helps people improve their mood. But who is the real reason behind the music theory? The people who compose music or a singer who sings a beautiful song.

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Wednesday
Jul032019

10 Songs, 10 Languages: Because Music Knows No Language Barrier

Do you know that feeling when you suddenly hear a brand new song in a totally unknown language, but you just can’t resist its adorable melody and keep humming it for days? We bet you do because it happens to everyone!

 “It’s a phenomenon that clearly proves the power of music and the impact it has on people all over the globe. A lot of psychologists and linguists actually believe that music represents a universal language that you can use to “communicate across cultural and linguistic boundaries in ways that you can’t with ordinary languages like English or French,” says Maria Nodes, the content writer in essayshark review and the content consultant in UK assignment help and essayroo review, who has a passion for music and sometimes helps with the content creation for best essay writing services and australian writings review.

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Monday
Jul012019

Making The Music Industry Safer For Women

It’s no secret that the music industry as a whole is largely dominated by men, which has led to problems for female artists looking to break out. In general, women comprise about 32% of the entire industry, from producers and distributors to artists and beyond. Because the music industry is essentially a man’s world, widespread systematic issues exist such as sexual assault, discrimination, and objectification.

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Saturday
Jun292019

MusicThinkTank Weekly Recap: Working In Surround Sound & Much More

Thursday
Jun272019

How Working In Surround Sound Affected My Stereo Mixes

Guest post by Stephen Bartlett. This article originally appeared on Soundfly’s Flypaper

We all know the saying: “A picture is worth a thousand words.”

For me, when I’m mixing a track or an album, I feel like I’m painting a three-dimensional picture. Using panning, frequency sculpting, and volume adjustments as my tools, I’m creating something that will transport the listener somewhere else in space and time (which is why I love music so much). So surely, this three-dimensional, transformative picture is worth like ten thousand words!

Of all the memorable lessons I’ve been taught over the last 15 years, I think learning to mix in surround sound has helped me paint that picture as vividly as possible, each and every time. Here’s why.

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Wednesday
Jun262019

Electric Guitar: Buyers Guide

If you are looking to buy a suitable Electric guitar, you may suffer from difficulty. This article might help you to get a desirable Electric guitar as well as making a decision. Also, this guide will give you some hint about the best electric guitar for beginners.

Here are some tips on buying guide for electric guitars for a newbie.

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Wednesday
Jun262019

Miracles In Medicine Explained By Sound Science

Beyond ‘placebo effect’ are special healing vibrations carried by sound and light from the heart of patients and caregivers transmitted through ‘structured water’ and DNA, concludes the author.

Positive attitudes of patients and caregivers, heart-felt loving intentions too, radiate a special ‘LOVE frequency’ evidenced to be 528nm/Hz,’ explains Harvard-trained science scholar, Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz. He credits this ‘good vibration’ for impacting patients most positively and powerfully as the source of their miraculous recoveries.

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Tuesday
Jun252019

Should I Quit Music? (How To Avoid Burnout)

Here’s a question you’ve probably asked yourself: “Should I give up my dream of being a musician?”

Maybe it’s just me who’s asked that. But I doubt it.

It’s tough being a musician with a day job. That’s what I am, so I get it. It’s hard trying to make music in the nooks and crannies of my life. Music often takes a backseat, and the quality of my creativity seems to diminish.

And that’s when I feel like giving up on music. That’s when the Burnout Beast reers its ugly head and threatens to bite.

But there are some tactics I’ve found super helpful in avoiding burnout. Things that help me whip out a fire extinguisher and point it at that fire monster.

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Saturday
Jun222019

MusicThinkTank Weekly Recap: Music Therapy

Friday
Jun212019

Tips From 40+ International Jazz Promoters

43 jazz festival & venue promoters around the world took part in a survey for Jazzfuel about how they discover & book artists. Here’s the super short round up…

(If you’re reading this as a promoter and have another point of view to add, please feel free to post in the comments section at the bottom of this page)

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