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    Electronic dance music, or EDM for short, has been a popular choice in music these past couple of years. Although I have heard it multiple times before, whether it’s on the radio or at a house party in Isla Vista, I am not too fond of this music genre. On the other hand, I have a lot of friends who enjoys listening to electronic music. Because EDM is a style that I am personally not used to hearing, I don’t see the appeal in it. So to understand more about the reasoning why people likes EDM, I had the opportunity to chat with Aaron Manaloto, who is a good friend of mine. Aaron has been listening to this music genre for over 5 years and has been attending EDM events, such as festivals and raves, for the past three years. His long history with this particular music style concluded that he was the best candidate for this interview. When I asked Aaron how he feels about EDM, he stated that it is a unique and progressing genre of music that anybody could just get lost in. The music itself was good enough to get him hooked, especially since there were multiple subgenres to listen to, all of which are distinctive in their own ways. This was a plus for Aaron because he has the option of listening to any particular songs from any subgenre that pertains to his feelings or mood. I was not at all aware that there were so many different types of electronic music. I honestly just thought they all sounded the same. In order to get more information, I asked Aaron to list and describe some…

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    Case Study: Sine Records

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    Industry: Sine Records will be an all-encompassing record label for the EDM artist who is looking for a reliable and approachable company to release their music through. Our aim will be to forge long-lasting and personal relationships with our artists and our consumers. From the recording process through to the final release of the product, we will endeavour to provide the best service possible. Not only will Sine Records release music, but we will also market sample packs and synthesiser…

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    Music In The Digital Era

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    Music in the Digital Era Music is an art that has existed for thousands of years, and over that vast amount of time, music has evolved. From the Medieval period to the classical, and from the modern to the present era, music has slowly become more and more affiliated with technological industry, including computers and even some smart phones. In today’s style of music, most often the elements and instruments being used are actually not instruments at all, but digital sounds created by a…

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    Goodwe Fitness Case Study

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    1. As the Fitness Class Coordinator at GoodLife Fitness, I have been informed that there has been some recent male interest in the dance classes that are held in the facilities co-ed sections. In order to attract men into the GoodLife’s co-ed dance programs, I will be initiating two marketing campaigns in hopes of attracting more men into classes. The objective of both marketing campaigns will not be to make profit, but instead to solve the issue (Crompton,2002) of men not feeling our dance…

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    On April 14th, I attended a concert performed by Flux Pavilion in Washington, DC. Flux Pavilion is a soloist that plays as a DJ at many concerts. Most often his music would be considered Electronica or Dubstep. Some of the songs that he included in his performance were I Can’t Stop, Pull the Trigger, and Cut Me Out. The people that attended the concert were very in tune with the music getting excited like the DJ jumping up and down and shouting. By the DJ getting excited about the music it made…

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    Phonogene Essay

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    French artist and acoustician, Pierre Schaeffer is in the midst of the greatest innovative composers in history; with the making of unconventional sounds mosaics all the way to his established theory of music, Schaeffer materialised and formed a musical insurgence that is still sustained, widely appreciated and followed across the current mainstream music, more powerfully in the styles like hip-hop or electronica music. However similarly to a lot of the composers in Electronia, Schaeffer would…

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    This reminds me of older Taylor Swift (which I think is intentional). This was probably the most impressive of all of them. This variation was Latin/salsa and she translated the whole jingle into Spanish and performed a Hispanic dance with maracas. Electronica/goth/dark wave/WWGD (What would Gaga do?) is the next one. This one had more to do with cinematography and costumes but the acting is very well done and the character is very clear. The second to last variation is R&B. She is very sexual…

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    David Bowie Essay

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    striking, glitz outfit; the red hair; the over-the-top Spiders from Mars visit every one of these components, in addition, obviously, the music, shot David Bowie into fame. However, the glitz rock time in the end blurred. Also, if David Bowie had stayed there, he would have been exclusively of that time, and blurred alongside it. Rather, as we're grieving the passing of David Bowie, we're additionally commending him as one of the monsters of rock music. He is not "of a period." He is immortal.…

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    R Carlos Nakai Essay

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    “the first ever for a Native American artist performing traditional solo flute music”(“Biography”). In relation to Nakai's music, or to be more specific, his style meaning what he plays, how he does it. R. Carlos Nakai's impressive flute playing features prominently in this recording. “Winter Camp” shows his incredible pitch-bending control. Availing of a variety of vibratos and articulations, his playing is expressive and evocative. The funky groove of “Retire the Colors” is entirely unexpected…

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    ” The song starts off in a different version of Chris Tomlin’s “How Great is Our God.” This song features Nicole Steen, Skit, and Jay Electronica. If the songs previous to this one didn’t signify enough that Chance the Rapper believes in God, this one will put the cherry on top. “Name above all names, worthy of all praise, and my heart will sing how great is our God,” sings Nicole Steen; God is supreme, like Aristotle said. The one’s who believe will always recognize that he is able to do things…

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