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  • A Comment on dmcstyle's
    DMC Style - Come With You | (Looking for label) at 0.03
    on July 28, 2012 05:53

    Other types of music—including, but not limited to, jazz, blues, soul, and country—are often performed in bars, nightclubs, and theatres, where the audience may be able to drink, dance, and express themselves by cheering. Until the later 20th century, the division between "high" and "low" musical forms was widely accepted as a valid distinction that separated out better quality, more advanced "art music" from the popular styles of music heard in bars and dance halls.

  • A Comment on Damian Kotwica's
    Nishin Verdiano - Musical Revolution (Mashup) at 0.06
    on July 28, 2012 05:51

    Deaf people can experience music by feeling the vibrations in their body, a process that can be enhanced if the individual holds a resonant, hollow object. A well-known deaf musician is the composer Ludwig van Beethoven, who composed many famous works even after he had completely lost his hearing. Recent examples of deaf musicians include Evelyn Glennie, a highly acclaimed percussionist who has been deaf since age twelve, and Chris Buck, a virtuoso violinist who has lost his hearing. This is relevant because it indicates that music is a deeper cognitive process than unexamined phrases such as, "pleasing to the ear" suggests. Much research in music cognition seeks to uncover these complex mental processes involved in listening to music, which may seem intuitively simple, yet are vastly intricate and complex.

  • A Comment on Novesc's
    Novesc - Laser Shoot (Original mix) RedSeaDance... at 0.16
    on July 28, 2012 05:50

    The field of music cognition involves the study of many aspects of music including how it is processed by listeners. Rather than accepting the standard practices of analyzing, composing, and performing music as a given, much research in music cognition seeks instead to uncover the mental processes that underlie these practices. Also, research in the field seeks to uncover commonalities between the musical traditions of disparate cultures and possible cognitive "constraints" that limit these musical systems. Questions regarding musical innateness, and emotional responses to music are also major areas of research in the field.

  • A Comment on Bassplayer.Dj's
    Bassplayer @ Vincent atomic 21-07-2012 at 30.02
    on July 28, 2012 05:49

    Timbre, sometimes called "Color" or "Tone Color" is the quality or sound of a voice or instrument.[25] Expressive Qualities are those elements in music that create change in music that are not related to pitch, rhythm or timbre. They include Dynamics and Articulation. Form is a facet of music theory that explores the concept of musical syntax, on a local and global level. Examples of common forms of Western music include the fugue, the invention, sonata-allegro, canon, strophic, theme and variations, and rondo. Popular Music often makes use of strophic form often in conjunction with Twelve bar blues. Analysis is the effort to describe and explain music.

  • A Comment on H0LLYW00D's
    Intro at 0.40
    on July 28, 2012 05:47

    Music theory encompasses the nature and mechanics of music. It often involves identifying patterns that govern composers' techniques and examining the language and notation of music. In a grand sense, music theory distills and analyzes the parameters or elements of music – rhythm, harmony (harmonic function), melody, structure, form, and texture. Broadly, music theory may include any statement, belief, or conception of or about music.[24] People who study these properties are known as music theorists. Some have applied acoustics, human physiology, and psychology to the explanation of how and why music is perceived. Music has many different fundamentals or elements. These are, but are not limited to: pitch, beat or pulse, rhythm, melody, harmony, texture, allocation of voices, timbre or color, expressive qualities (dynamics and articulation), and form or structure.

  • A Comment on H0LLYW00D's
    Intro at 1.05
    on July 28, 2012 05:46

    Musical improvisation is the creation of spontaneous music. Improvisation is often considered an act of instantaneous composition by performers, where compositional techniques are employed with or without preparation. Improvisation is a major part of some types of music, such as blues, jazz, and jazz fusion, in which instrumental performers improvise solos and melody lines. In the Western art music tradition, improvisation was an important skill during the Baroque era and during the Classical era; solo performers and singers improvised virtuoso cadenzas during concerts. However, in the 20th and 21st century, improvisation played a smaller role in Western Art music

  • A Comment on Fluent Rhythm's
    Royal Flush at 0.33
    on July 28, 2012 05:43

    Music can be composed for repeated performance or it can be improvised: composed on the spot. The music can be performed entirely from memory, from a written system of musical notation, or some combination of both. Study of composition has traditionally been dominated by examination of methods and practice of Western classical music, but the definition of composition is broad enough to include spontaneously improvised works like those of free jazz performers and African drummers such as the Ewe drummers.

  • A Comment on Cr0okKid's
    Englightenment free download at 0.26
    on July 28, 2012 05:38

    There are often many links between amateur and professional musicians. Beginning amateur musicians take lessons with professional musicians. In community settings, advanced amateur musicians perform with professional musicians in a variety of ensembles and orchestras. In some cases, amateur musicians attain a professional level of competence, and they are able to perform in professional performance settings. A distinction is often made between music performed for the benefit of a live audience and music that is performed for the purpose of being recorded and distributed through the music retail system or the broadcasting system. However, there are also many cases where a live performance in front of an audience is recorded and distributed (or broadcast).

  • A Comment on Joey B =$$'s
    Big Poppa Remix at 0.17
    on July 28, 2012 05:37

    Music is composed and performed for many purposes, ranging from aesthetic pleasure, religious or ceremonial purposes, or as an entertainment product for the marketplace. Amateur musicians compose and perform music for their own pleasure, and they do not derive their income from music. Professional musicians are employed by a range of institutions and organisations, including armed forces, churches and synagogues, symphony orchestras, broadcasting or film production companies, and music schools. Professional musicians sometimes work as freelancers, seeking contracts and engagements in a variety of settings.

  • A Comment on Mr.Slate's
    Mr.Slate - Guns Of Al Capone at 0.19
    on July 28, 2012 05:37

    In popular music and jazz, music notation almost always indicates only the basic framework of the melody, harmony, or performance approach; musicians and singers are expected to know the performance conventions and styles associated with specific genres and pieces. For example, the "lead sheet" for a jazz tune may only indicate the melody and the chord changes. The performers in the jazz ensemble are expected to know how to "flesh out" this basic structure by adding ornaments, improvised music, and chordal accompaniment

  • A Comment on Jordan Claspell's
    Skitz - Out the Shadows (Jordan Claspell Remix) at 0.31
    on July 28, 2012 05:35

    The performer was expected to know how to use tempo changes, accentuation, and pauses (among other devices) to obtain this "expressive" performance style. In the 20th century, art music notation often became more explicit and used a range of markings and annotations to indicate to performers how they should play or sing the piece.

  • A Comment on ♫ Fine Primitive Sounds ♫'s
    Light Be With You (out now on DivisionBass Digi... at 0.33
    on July 28, 2012 05:32

    Many types of music, such as traditional blues and folk music were originally preserved in the memory of performers, and the songs were handed down orally, or aurally (by ear). When the composer of music is no longer known, this music is often classified as "traditional." Different musical traditions have different attitudes towards how and where to make changes to the original source material, from quite strict, to those that demand improvisation or modification to the music. A culture's history may also be passed by ear through song.

  • A Comment on The Ambiant Arts's
    Mr. Timbre Man (1.2) at 0.06
    on July 28, 2012 05:30

    Many cultures include strong traditions of solo and performance, such as in Indian classical music, and in the Western art-music tradition. Other cultures, such as in Bali, include strong traditions of group performance. All cultures include a mixture of both, and performance may range from improvised solo playing for one's enjoyment to highly planned and organised performance rituals such as the modern classical concert, religious processions, music festivals or music competitions. Chamber music, which is music for a small ensemble with only a few of each type of instrument, is often seen as more intimate than symphonic works.

  • A Comment on KevinMurphysMusic's
    I am sorry-LOVEhATE at 1.08
    on July 28, 2012 05:28

    Greek musical literacy created a flowering of music development. Greek music theory included the Greek musical modes, that eventually became the basis for Western religious and classical music. Later, influences from the Roman Empire, Eastern Europe, and the Byzantine Empire changed Greek music. The Seikilos epitaph is the oldest surviving example of a complete musical composition, including musical notation, from anywhere in the world.

  • A Comment on Code Nemesis's
    In Your Arms - Code Nemesis (Snippet) at 0.27
    on July 28, 2012 05:26

    Music was an important part of social and cultural life in Ancient Greece. Musicians and singers played a prominent role in Greek theater. Mixed-gender choruses performed for entertainment, celebration, and spiritual ceremonies.[13] Instruments included the double-reed aulos and a plucked string instrument, the lyre, principally the special kind called a kithara. Music was an important part of education, and boys were taught music starting at age six

  • A Comment on Joey B =$$'s
    Codeine cups at 0.05
    on July 28, 2012 05:25

    Western cultures have had a major influence on the development of music. The history of the music of the Western cultures can be traced back to Ancient Greece times

  • A Comment on 2Kobras Records's
    Rok The House - Kommon Interests (Original Mix)... at 0.24
    on July 28, 2012 05:22

    Whouuu great soung :)

  • A Comment on Viking Breakdance's
    M.I.A. - Bad Girls (Viking Breakdance Remix) at 2.27
    on July 28, 2012 05:21

    "While Genesis 4.21 identifies Jubal as the “father of all such as handle the harp and pipe,” the Pentateuch is nearly silent about the practice and instruction of music in the early life of Israel. Then, in I Samuel 10 and the texts that follow, a curious thing happens. “One finds in the biblical text,” writes Alfred Sendrey, “a sudden and unexplained upsurge of large choirs and orchestras, consisting of thoroughly organized and trained musical groups, which would be virtually inconceivable without lengthy, methodical preparation

  • A Comment on Viking Breakdance's
    M.I.A. - Bad Girls (Viking Breakdance Remix) at 0.05
    on July 28, 2012 05:20

    Music and theatre scholars studying the history and anthropology of Semitic and early Judeo-Christian culture have discovered common links in theatrical and musical activity between the classical cultures of the Hebrews and those of later Greeks and Romans. The common area of performance is found in a "social phenomenon called litany," a form of prayer consisting of a series of invocations or supplications. The Journal of Religion and Theatre notes that among the earliest forms of litany, "Hebrew litany was accompanied by a rich musical tradition

  • A Comment on Cr0okKid's
    glitch (free download on my page of this track.) at 0.10
    on July 28, 2012 05:18

    The ancient Egyptians credited one of their gods Thoth with the invention of music, which Osiris in turn used as part of his effort to civilize the world. The earliest material and representational evidence of Egyptian musical instruments dates to the Predynastic period, but the evidence is more securely attested in the Old Kingdom when harps, flutes and double clarinets were played.[8] Percussion instruments, lyres and lutes were added to orchestras by the Middle Kingdom. Cymbals[9] frequently accompanied music and dance, much as they still do in Egypt today. Egyptian folk music, including the traditional Sufi dhikr rituals, are the closest contemporary music genre to ancient Egyptian music, having preserved many of its features, rhythms and instruments

  • A Comment on Nightshift's
    Elvin Ong - Motion (Nightshift Remix) // Noisep... at 0.12
    on July 28, 2012 05:16

    To many people in many cultures, music is an important part of their way of life. Ancient Greek and Indian philosophers defined music as tones ordered horizontally as melodies and vertically as harmonies. Common sayings such as "the harmony of the spheres" and "it is music to my ears" point to the notion that music is often ordered and pleasant to listen to. However, 20th-century composer John Cage thought that any sound can be music, saying, for example, "There is no noise, only sound."[3] Musicologist Jean-Jacques Nattiez summarizes the relativist, post-modern viewpoint: "The border between music and noise is always culturally defined—which implies that, even within a single society, this border does not always pass through the same place; in short, there is rarely a consensus ... By all accounts there is no single and intercultural universal concept defining what music might be

  • A Comment on NocturnalZ's
    Blakah! (Preview) at 0.49
    on July 27, 2012 19:50

    Gerat instrumental :)

  • A Comment on Sp3Wy's
    Get Spewy! {FREE DOWNLOAD} at 3.25
    on July 27, 2012 19:49

    Whouuu whauu heyyy

  • A Comment on HellFire (Official)'s
    The Reality of Dreams (Dj HellFire Hour Mix!!) ... at 53.43
    on July 27, 2012 19:48

    it is very interesting mix :)

  • A Comment on DjeMBeY's
    DjeMBeY - EuPhorY [Original MiX] at 5.30
    on July 27, 2012 19:45

    Great song :)

  • A Comment on Senna&Soares's
    Depeche Mode - Strange Love (Senna & Soares Boo... at 4.31
    on July 24, 2012 15:11

    You will want to read the instruction manual for the mixing board (or at least experiment with it). The key difference between the mixer and the Y-cable scheme discussed above is that you can set the relative volume of each of the devices connected to the amplifier by using the sliders and knobs on the mixing board. Every mixer which we’ve encountered works a bit differently, so it’s pointless to try to explain the specific details of using a mixer--but do take a look at the instructions, which will help you out.

  • A Comment on ScheduleOneMedia's
    Schedule One Media - SOMA Sessions Vol. 8 (Fonkah) at 54.17
    on July 24, 2012 15:00

    In addition to your audio equipment and your music, you should have some other items on hand:· two pads of paper and a handful of pens. You’ll need one pad for a request list, and should probably keep one handy for your own notes. Needless to say, bring a handful of pens or pencils (which you never see again, so leave anything good at home).· masking tape. You’ll find it useful for sticking temporary labels on things, like tapes and discs which people bring for you to play.· a small lamp. It’s likely to be dark, and it’s really hard to read the labels on CDs and equipment when it’s dark. A nightlight on an extension cord will do the trick. Don’t bring something huge; it won’t help you that much and will only annoy people at the event.· a flashlight. You will find it useful when you’re looking for a particular CD which is out of reach of your small lamp (above)—and even more useful if you should happen to blow a circuit breaker.· duct tape. It’s the all-purpose miracle cure for loose cables.· a few towels. Put them under your CD players to cushion them from vibrations picked up from the floor.

  • A Comment on TheOfficialTozza's
    The Sound Of The Riddim (Instrumental Mix) Voca... at 0.13
    on July 24, 2012 14:57

    When 10-year-old Amelia Mary Earhart saw her first plane at a state fair, she was not impressed. "It was a thing of rusty wire and wood and looked not at all interesting," she said. It wasn't until Earhart attended a stunt-flying exhibition, almost a decade later, that she became seriously interested in aviation. A pilot spotted Earhart and her friend, who were watching from an isolated clearing, and dove at them. "I am sure he said to himself, 'Watch me make them scamper,'" she said. Earhart, who felt a mixture of fear and pleasure, stood her ground. As the plane swooped by, something inside her awakened. "I did not understand it at the time," she said, "but I believe that little red airplane said something to me as it swished by." On December 28, 1920, pilot Frank Hawks gave her a ride that would forever change her life. "By the time I had got two or three hundred feet off the ground," she said, "I knew I had to fly."

  • A Comment on Trian Kayhatu's
    The fool who was always there [EP available on ... at 0.44
    on July 24, 2012 14:55

    whoou :) Very nice moment :)

  • A Comment on Ghos✞ Puncher's
    z at 0.41
    on July 24, 2012 14:54

    Sound Very Nice :)

  • A Comment on Serenity In Notions (SIN)'s
    Serenity In Notions - I Feel For you ( Bob Sin... at 1.02
    on July 24, 2012 14:49

    Yes I feel :)

  • A Comment on Numi's
    Molecular Deconstruction at 0.22
    on July 24, 2012 14:47

    Heey :) prety nice

  • A Comment on SJForth's
    Love Song remix (feat Mimi O'Malley) at 0.25
    on July 24, 2012 14:45

    whou hou hou

  • A Comment on Free Agent Music Ent.'s
    "PuRe" dopaMIne© (FREE DOWNLOAD) at 0.12
    on July 24, 2012 14:40

    ou ou ou ou ou pu ou

  • A Comment on Chrystal Beats's
    Chrystal Beats - Fastlane at 1.52
    on July 24, 2012 14:27

    Pretty nice sound :) :) :)

  • A Comment on NocturnalZ's
    Atlas (Re-Mastered Mix) at 0.02
    on July 24, 2012 14:20

    Wau :O It is very pretty :)

  • A Comment on stars-hound's
    Adama - Worry at 0.04
    on July 24, 2012 14:13

    Very nice vocals :) Native instruments are very important

  • A Comment on DRM.Sounds's
    DRM - Oceanic at 5.33
    on July 24, 2012 14:12

    Yeah :)
    I love this passages

  • A Comment on DRM.Sounds's
    DRM - Oceanic at 4.57
    on July 24, 2012 14:12

    Pretty nice :)

  • A Comment on Paleface the Nitewalker's
    Ballad of the Bullet at 6.13
    on July 24, 2012 14:11

    Pretty nice dub :)

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