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Jewel Kilcher

June 30, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Music

Jewel Kilcher, more popularly known as Jewel, is the prolific country singer/songwriter/actress/poet who hails from Homer, Alaska. Over the years, she has sold twenty-seven million albums worldwide, and has had three Grammy nominations to boast. Born in Payson, Utah in May 23, 1974, she displayed musical inclination at an early age, when she and her …

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Electronic Cigarettes – Taking a More Detailed Look

June 29, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Music

During the last couple of years, Electronic Cigarettes have become seriously popular. They are electronic devices that seem to be and feel like real cigarettes. They produce water vapor with nicotine to mimic the real act of smoking. Many people have questioned if electronic cigarettes are safe. The water vapor from these smokes is much …

Things To Look Out For When Having A Party Band

June 27, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Music

Have you been unsure how to hire a live band? This is a good place to get started! If you have been given the job of organising an event such as a wedding reception, graduation or any other party, it is vital that you find the right band to entertain your guests. Planning a wedding …

Expressive Arts Therapy For Elderly Patients

June 27, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Arts & Entertainment, Music, Recreation and Sports

“I just got all around the music and let it get all around me.” This is the way Lorna Smith, a resident at Hazel I. Findlay Country Manor in Saint Johns, Michigan, described her experience during one of the regular music therapy sessions offered by music therapist and gerontologist Dr. Stephen Hale. The program facilitates …

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Things You Should Know About Beginner Guitar Lessons

June 26, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Music

Every beginner guitar lesson often includes some basic musical scales on how to position your fingers to play certain chords. As a beginner, it’s very important that you get some basic foundation on the theory of music which could always come in handy as you go further, just in case you eventually decide to become …

A Closer Look At The Ableton Suite 8 Software

June 23, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Music, Software

This article is going to be providing readers with a handy review of the Ableton Suite 8 sound design software. This application has a little bit of something to offer every type of user. Those that are new to audio design should be just as pleased as the professionals. Read an online Ableton Suite review …

How To Sing Better

June 22, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Nobody’s voice is really bad, but it can be somewhat raw. After you have followed some of these voice exercises, you should be able to sing more comfortably without feeling ashamed of your voice. The more nervous you are when you are singing, the more unstable and shaky your voice will sound. You need to …

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The Lead of Music Teaching Resources Today

June 21, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Music

Have you experienced holding a guitar or any musical instruments? Do you know something about it aside from its being a musical instrument? Do you know how to play it? Or have you asked a friend to tutor you and yet you see yourself so upset because you can’t still figure out how it goes? …

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Music Helps Children or Not

June 21, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Music

This question has been debated for as long as time has existed. Even the great Greek and Roman philosophers approached the question: is music something that should be taught and does it help the development of children? Plato answered “I would teach children music, physics, and philosophy; but most importantly music, for in the patterns …

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DUBturbo: Beat Making Software

June 18, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Music, Software

Quite honestly, when I first received this product to review, I was a bit skeptical because I had never heard of it and my extensive background as a musician seems to be in the way of what I always desire in applications involving music. But, I was pleasantly surprised, this application seemed to really have …