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Classic Rock Performers Who Have Had A Lasting Influence On Music

Classic rock is a fundamental part of American history. Many of todays leading bands can trace their styles back to the influence of certain musicians. While every song made available to the world has had an impact on the music industry, there are certain performers who will eternally stand at the forefront of music. From folk rock to psychedelic rock, there have been many groundbreaking sounds and voices. Here are the top ten most influential classic rock bands in history. Elvis Presley While Elvis is not traditionally viewed in the classic rock genre, it is impossible to ignore his influence on the world of Rock-n-Roll. As the first to expose mainstream America to something other than traditional family music, he faced a tremendous amount of opposition from the mainstream. Despite the extreme racism exhibited during the 1950s, Elvis never hesitated to give appropriate credit to his inspirations. Mainly African-American performers influenced Elvis sound and style. Southern radio disc jockeys originally refused to play Elvis singles, because they sounded “too Negro” for white stations to air. It was not just Elvis sound, but also his performance, that drew controversy. The movement of his hips in a suggestive manner sparked an entire […] read more
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The Most Popular Christmas Songs of All Time

The most popular Christmas songs are much loved timeless classics which have become part of tradition. They have sold millions of copies worldwide with their messages of celebration, happiness and romance. Performed by many of musics most iconic stars their popularity transcends time and generations. Band Aid was the super group formed by Bob Geldof in 1984 to raise awareness and money for the famine in Ethiopia. Their Christmas number 1 “Do They Know Its Christmas” sold over 3.5 million records in the UK alone and involved artists such as George Michael, Boy George and Paul Young. It was an impromptu affair with the studio only giving Bob Geldof 24 hours to record most of the song. On the 25th of November many of the biggest recording artists in the UK visited SARM studios, Notting Hill to record their performances. The single later went on to cause controversy when Bob Geldof promised every penny made by sales would go to charity. The government responded by refusing to donate the VAT, Mr Geldof lambasted the act and made a public appeal which gathered support across the country. This led to the government backing down and donating the tax to the appeal. […] read more
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Comment jouer de la guitare comme un pro : Un guide pas à pas pour les débutants

Jouer de la guitare comme un pro est certainement le rêve de tout débutant. La guitare, cet instrument unique, suscite des vocations musicales depuis des décennies et a révolutionné la musique moderne. De Bob Dylan aux Beatles, des Rolling Stones à Jimi Hendrix, elle est l’instrument de musique le plus populaire, rebelle, bohème et révolutionnaire. Voyons comment vous pouvez devenir un guitariste professionnel. Les fondamentaux de la guitare Lorsqu’il s’agit de théorie musicale et de solfège, les débutants ne maîtrisent généralement pas très bien les bases. Je devrais le savoir. Je ne comprends pas non plus ces bases ! Mais une fois que vous avez compris certaines bases, il vous est facile de comprendre les questions théoriques avancées.  La guitare a 8 cordes et 4 frettes. Une note est composée d’une corde vibrante et d’une corde ondulante. La corde de ré produit le son d’une note complète. Une note composée de deux cordes de ré donne une demi note. Une note constituée de trois cordes de ré donne une noire. Une note composée de quatre cordes de ré donne une demi note. Une note composée de cinq cordes de ré sera une demi note suivie d’une note entière. Une guitare, […] read more
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5 Good Reasons For Sound Proofing Your Home Or Workplace

As the population grows fewer people are now living in rural communities and sound pollution are often a serious environmental problem. there’s now a greater need for sound proofing to make a more peaceful and tranquil environment in your home or workplace. Sound proofing can help in numerous places from houses and flats to colleges and churches. this text covers a number of the most reasons acoustic installation or sound proofing can benefit you. If you’ve got noisy neighbours this will be an invasion of your privacy and greatly affect your quality of life reception . It normally affects attached houses where there’s little or no attempt at sound proofing or acoustic installation. Sound proofing creates a barrier against noisy neighbours. Alternatively you’ll survive a road that suffers a high volume of traffic. Although cars need to suits certain noise-level standards themselves, there are not any specific legal limits on noise from roads. additionally to being annoying some UK environmental consultants believe that excessive sound pollution can cause unhealthiness . Frequent exposure to an excessive amount of noise can lead in some cases to deafness . this will affect people of all ages and should increase gradually over a period of your time . There are often short and future effects depending what sort of noise you’ve got been exposed to. People shouldn’t need to suffer this when deafness caused by noise are often prevented. Having to concentrate to constant noise also can cause irritation and a poor ability to concentrate. this will then cause stress and anxiety. Perhaps you wish to play loud music yourself and this is often a nuisance for your neighbours. Sound proofing can help […] read more
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Criticism In Music

A criticism, or “critique” as it is also called, refers to any kind of oral or written opinion, whether negative or positive, communicated to a perfomer by an instructor, judge, mentor, other musician or even non-musician. It is an evaluation of a performance that is shared to the performer by the evaluator. It is sometimes also shared with the public, such as in media, where, in this case, it is more commonly known as a “review” . You, as a musician, can become adversely affected in your morale and possibly even discouraged if you do not know how to properly deal with it. Any art, including music, is so close to the persons very essence that any criticism about it can hit home like a ton of bricks, even devastating an individual, believe it or not. But criticism for the musician is inevitable. It comes with the territory of learning and performing music, from instructors, other musicians, admirers, fans, from all sorts of sectors. It is an inherent aspect of conservatories and music competetitions. Technically speaking, every person has the right to express his/her opinion on anything. Oftentimes, people feel the need to express their feelings regarding anything in the […] read more
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Beat Maker Software – 3 Great Ways To Use It

Have you seen any of the latest beat maker software online? Its really cool and the stuff you can do with it is quite incredible. With very little music knowledge or background you can make some pretty interesting beats and even songs by simply using the software. You also dont need too much in terms of a computer and a basic PC or Mac will do just fine. Beat maker software can be used for a variety of things. Many people spend a fortune on buying beats and sounds that they could have made themselves – for free. Here are 3 cool ideas for how you can use the software. 1. Background music Are you into making your own games? Computer games require a lot different sounds and music and if you have to buy it all you can quickly blow your budget. With the software you can make your own beats and really customize it to get what you really want – even if you are not very musical. 2. Rap beats Are you into rapping and hip hop? Are you thinking of making your own songs? Most of the time the lack of a studio or the inability […] read more
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BBC Banned Music: Top Singles Banned

The British Broadcasting Corporation also known as the BBC is a public broadcasting corporation. Therefore, it allows itself to ban materials that deviate from certain standards of civility. During the years, many singles that were seen as too explicit, distasteful or bear the potential for offending the British public were banned from BBC airplay. Here you can read about some of them. In 1977, when England was celebrating the Queens Jubilee, the Sex Pistols had released their second single titled God Save the Queen. The single includes controversial lyrics that rhyme the national anthem title with fascist regime. Moreover, the record cover displayed a picture of the Queen with a safety pin stuck in her nose. The single was found to offensive to be air played by the BBC, but it did not stop it from reaching number two on the BBC official singles chart. According to the myth, God Save the Queen was the top selling single in the UK at the time, but it was held back of number one to avoid controversies. Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin scandalous duet Je TAime … Moi Non Plus, translated: I love you… me neither, was the first ever number one […] read more
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Band Name Origins: Stories Behind Band Names

Did you know that the Bee Gees were named after the initials of a DJ called Bill Gates? Did you know that the real story behind the origin of the name of the rock band 10cc is much more trivial and boring than the urban legend that surrounds it? Did you ever wonder why the hell would someone choose to name his band Chumbawamba? Here you can widen your knowledge by learning about the origins or rock bands names and pop artists pseudonyms. 10cc: an urban legend claims that the band who wrote the hit Im Not in Love has chosen her name as a gesture to the average male ejaculation, which is estimated as 9cc of sperm. but, the bands name really originated in a dream the band manager, Jonathan King, had in which he was managing a band by the name of 10cc Alice in Chains: Lane Stanley and Jerry Cantrell had intended to form a heavy metal band that will perform covers of Slayer while wearing dresses. Although there plan did not come out, the name of the band remained. Alice in Chains is a take off on Alice in Wonderland with an S and M twist. […] read more
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Fm Radios

FM broadcasting is a broadcast technology that uses frequency modulation (FM) to provide very favorable sound over broadcast radio. In India there are various FM channels which operate 24X7 to provide news, information and entertainment. There are specific channels for specific purpose, one has to tune in and adjust with the frequencies which you want to listen. There are FM channels like Radio City, Big FM, Red FM, Radio One, Radio Mirchi, Fever FM, AIR (All India Radio) and much more which operates in English, Hindi and several other local & regional languages. One needs to adjust the tuning and set frequency to listen to your favorite FM music station. You need a Radio to tune in with the desired frequency, as radio acts as an intermediary for matching with the frequencies. In market we have two best FM Radio products from world renowned brands The Sony ICF-C218 is a space saving radio with appealing design and has ability to choose your own snooze time instead of being held captive by the short time intervals of other snooze times. This is an alarm cum FM with two bands reception, analogue tuner, and a single alarm. Submit article Submit article Submit […] read more
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