Congratulations on getting your uni applications out there. This is your year to be amazing, and it starts with getting the degree that you want. For that to work, you need to ensure that you are paying attention to what it means to be a student. If you’re starting uni as an adult, you might be ready to do something completely new for yourself. You might be ready to change your career, but are you ready for the challenges that come with being a student?
The legalization of cannabis in many states of the USA began with California’s ground-breaking move to allow people to not only possess weed for personal use but also to grow a set number of plants in the home. When other states began to follow suit – some with similar legislation and other more limited – the cannabis market including growers and suppliers had to react quickly to imminent change.
When we think of the visual content we consume and we digest more now than ever, we often overlook the importance of sound. It’s not that we don’t appreciate it, but we’ve become accustomed to it. This means that when we hear a good sound production or the use of sound in a way that really works, it’s often taken in by a viewer without them even realizing it. In a way, that’s a sign that the sound is doing its job.
The importance of suitable, effective, and high-quality sound effects to and film, tv show, or video should never be underestimated, and that’s why your project absolutely must make sure to address the scoring of your production with the utmost of attention. In other words, it should never be just an afterthought.
U2’s The Edge and producer Bob Ezrin, Co-Founders of Music Rising have announced Guitar Icons: A Musical Instrument Auction to Benefit Music Rising to take place December 11th, 2021, starting at 10:00 a.m. PST. Hosted by Van Eaton Galleries (vegalleries.com) in Los Angeles, the live and online auction will offer a significant collection of guitars and other music memorabilia by some of the world’s most prominent musicians and friends of Music Rising. The auction will take the charity back to its roots and help support the musicians of the NOLA region after a long period being without income.
Listening to music is one of the most popular hobbies of all time. In fact, just under 65% of adults in the UK say they listen to music every day – which is an incredible figure. Unsurprisingly, people like to multitask whilst listening to music, whether it’s responding to emails or doing some online shopping. Essentially, there are tons of ways you can pass the time when you’re on a playlist marathon, and this article is here to tell you about them.
Whether you simply enjoy music as a hobby or are considering making it your profession, the desire to become a better performer is always a priority for music lovers. However, as music is based on creativity, you may have hit a brick wall regarding the improvements that need to be made to take your talent to the next level. If one thing’s for sure, improving your musical ability doesn’t happen overnight. It takes a great deal of time and patience to meet your objectives. In this guide, we’re going to take a look at some helpful tips on how you can become a better musician.
There are more than 3.5 billion social media users, and Instagram alone has almost a billion users. This is no surprise that individuals and brands are beginning to adopt this channel as part of their marketing campaign. Everyone interested in reaching out to a large audience in a short period without spending too much need to adopt social media channels, there are other channels such as Facebook and YouTube, but Instagram seems to drive more engagement and better relationship between a brand and its audience.