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  • Music has been around ever since the dawn of man, it was and still is used as a way to tell stories about life and all of its trials and tribulations. For my project i choose to learn about music and composition all in an effort culminating in me successfully creating a song and making a music video. \n
  • Music has been around ever since the dawn of man, it was and still is used as a way to tell stories about life and all of its trials and tribulations. For my project i choose to learn about music and composition all in an effort culminating in me successfully creating a song and making a music video. \n
  • Music has been around ever since the dawn of man, it was and still is used as a way to tell stories about life and all of its trials and tribulations. For my project i choose to learn about music and composition all in an effort culminating in me successfully creating a song and making a music video. \n
  • Music has been around ever since the dawn of man, it was and still is used as a way to tell stories about life and all of its trials and tribulations. For my project i choose to learn about music and composition all in an effort culminating in me successfully creating a song and making a music video. \n
  • Music is important to me because i want Music to be my career in life. I want to either become an artist myself or become a famous producer.\nMusic is my life. Without music I don’t think i would be able to accomplish anything. Seriously I listen to music almost everyday and all day of my life. I listen to it during school, before every football game, when I’m in my car, when I’m with my friends. Pretty much everything I do music is playing.\n
  • Music is important to me because i want Music to be my career in life. I want to either become an artist myself or become a famous producer.\nMusic is my life. Without music I don’t think i would be able to accomplish anything. Seriously I listen to music almost everyday and all day of my life. I listen to it during school, before every football game, when I’m in my car, when I’m with my friends. Pretty much everything I do music is playing.\n
  • Music is important to me because i want Music to be my career in life. I want to either become an artist myself or become a famous producer.\nMusic is my life. Without music I don’t think i would be able to accomplish anything. Seriously I listen to music almost everyday and all day of my life. I listen to it during school, before every football game, when I’m in my car, when I’m with my friends. Pretty much everything I do music is playing.\n
  • Music is important to me because i want Music to be my career in life. I want to either become an artist myself or become a famous producer.\nMusic is my life. Without music I don’t think i would be able to accomplish anything. Seriously I listen to music almost everyday and all day of my life. I listen to it during school, before every football game, when I’m in my car, when I’m with my friends. Pretty much everything I do music is playing.\n
  • Music has been with us since the dawn of time, it was first used as a way to communicate and to tell stories about life, love, and many other subjects. In Africa it was used as a way to tell stories about different Gods and Goddesses. Music has always been apart of us and will continue to play a major role in society. \n
  • Music has been with us since the dawn of time, it was first used as a way to communicate and to tell stories about life, love, and many other subjects. In Africa it was used as a way to tell stories about different Gods and Goddesses. Music has always been apart of us and will continue to play a major role in society. \n
  • Music has been with us since the dawn of time, it was first used as a way to communicate and to tell stories about life, love, and many other subjects. In Africa it was used as a way to tell stories about different Gods and Goddesses. Music has always been apart of us and will continue to play a major role in society. \n
  • Music has been with us since the dawn of time, it was first used as a way to communicate and to tell stories about life, love, and many other subjects. In Africa it was used as a way to tell stories about different Gods and Goddesses. Music has always been apart of us and will continue to play a major role in society. \n
  • Music has been with us since the dawn of time, it was first used as a way to communicate and to tell stories about life, love, and many other subjects. In Africa it was used as a way to tell stories about different Gods and Goddesses. Music has always been apart of us and will continue to play a major role in society. \n
  • Ever since we were able to record sound we have recorded music. Thomas Edison noted that he would sing in all of his test recordings such as “mary had a little lamb”. The invention of the phonograph gave us the ability to record and sell music and forever changed and shaped our society. \n
  • Ever since we were able to record sound we have recorded music. Thomas Edison noted that he would sing in all of his test recordings such as “mary had a little lamb”. The invention of the phonograph gave us the ability to record and sell music and forever changed and shaped our society. \n
  • Ever since we were able to record sound we have recorded music. Thomas Edison noted that he would sing in all of his test recordings such as “mary had a little lamb”. The invention of the phonograph gave us the ability to record and sell music and forever changed and shaped our society. \n
  • Ever since we were able to record sound we have recorded music. Thomas Edison noted that he would sing in all of his test recordings such as “mary had a little lamb”. The invention of the phonograph gave us the ability to record and sell music and forever changed and shaped our society. \n
  • Ever since we were able to record sound we have recorded music. Thomas Edison noted that he would sing in all of his test recordings such as “mary had a little lamb”. The invention of the phonograph gave us the ability to record and sell music and forever changed and shaped our society. \n
  • Ipods and the introduction of Mp3 to the music industry forever changed the way we buy,sell and listen to music. The ipod made it possible for us to carry thousands of songs affordably and easily. It made hours upon hours of music at the palm of your hands. Mp3’s made it possible for people to buy music instantly and share it. It personalized the music experience for the consumer and for a while made music sales boom. \n
  • Ipods and the introduction of Mp3 to the music industry forever changed the way we buy,sell and listen to music. The ipod made it possible for us to carry thousands of songs affordably and easily. It made hours upon hours of music at the palm of your hands. Mp3’s made it possible for people to buy music instantly and share it. It personalized the music experience for the consumer and for a while made music sales boom. \n
  • Ipods and the introduction of Mp3 to the music industry forever changed the way we buy,sell and listen to music. The ipod made it possible for us to carry thousands of songs affordably and easily. It made hours upon hours of music at the palm of your hands. Mp3’s made it possible for people to buy music instantly and share it. It personalized the music experience for the consumer and for a while made music sales boom. \n
  • Ipods and the introduction of Mp3 to the music industry forever changed the way we buy,sell and listen to music. The ipod made it possible for us to carry thousands of songs affordably and easily. It made hours upon hours of music at the palm of your hands. Mp3’s made it possible for people to buy music instantly and share it. It personalized the music experience for the consumer and for a while made music sales boom. \n
  • Ipods and the introduction of Mp3 to the music industry forever changed the way we buy,sell and listen to music. The ipod made it possible for us to carry thousands of songs affordably and easily. It made hours upon hours of music at the palm of your hands. Mp3’s made it possible for people to buy music instantly and share it. It personalized the music experience for the consumer and for a while made music sales boom. \n
  • Modern music means music created between the years of 1900 through the present. Modern music is so radically different from classical music of 17,18, and 19 hundreds. While back then only the nobility was afforded the pleasure of listening to music, modern music became available to all in any demographic. Modern music starting incorporating different styles of music using modern technologies. \n
  • Modern music means music created between the years of 1900 through the present. Modern music is so radically different from classical music of 17,18, and 19 hundreds. While back then only the nobility was afforded the pleasure of listening to music, modern music became available to all in any demographic. Modern music starting incorporating different styles of music using modern technologies. \n
  • Modern music means music created between the years of 1900 through the present. Modern music is so radically different from classical music of 17,18, and 19 hundreds. While back then only the nobility was afforded the pleasure of listening to music, modern music became available to all in any demographic. Modern music starting incorporating different styles of music using modern technologies. \n
  • Modern music means music created between the years of 1900 through the present. Modern music is so radically different from classical music of 17,18, and 19 hundreds. While back then only the nobility was afforded the pleasure of listening to music, modern music became available to all in any demographic. Modern music starting incorporating different styles of music using modern technologies. \n
  • Yea music changed its not like o yea i just wrote the next hit in america and you find some random person sing up on stage while you dance its pretty much all about style now not about meaningful songs or raps\nAll though music has changed i still feel like all the artist who are actually real still sing about what is important to them. Yea there are artist who just does whatever the company there signed by says, like Rebecca Black< but I’m Pretty sure they hate that fact that they have to do what there told, there not singing about whats important to them. Lady Gaga for example she does he own thing she even wore a dress made of completely meat that crazy. \n
  • Yea music changed its not like o yea i just wrote the next hit in america and you find some random person sing up on stage while you dance its pretty much all about style now not about meaningful songs or raps\nAll though music has changed i still feel like all the artist who are actually real still sing about what is important to them. Yea there are artist who just does whatever the company there signed by says, like Rebecca Black< but I’m Pretty sure they hate that fact that they have to do what there told, there not singing about whats important to them. Lady Gaga for example she does he own thing she even wore a dress made of completely meat that crazy. \n
  • Yea music changed its not like o yea i just wrote the next hit in america and you find some random person sing up on stage while you dance its pretty much all about style now not about meaningful songs or raps\nAll though music has changed i still feel like all the artist who are actually real still sing about what is important to them. Yea there are artist who just does whatever the company there signed by says, like Rebecca Black< but I’m Pretty sure they hate that fact that they have to do what there told, there not singing about whats important to them. Lady Gaga for example she does he own thing she even wore a dress made of completely meat that crazy. \n
  • Many of todays premier artists use ghost writers, ghost writers is a term used to describe people who are contracted by a specific artists to write for them and not to take any credit. The process of writing music varies with each different artists, for example Drake uses his blackberry to write his lyrics, while Amadeus used papyrus script to write his music down. The Beatles used psychedelic drugs such as LSD to write their album Sergeant Pepper, there are many different ways artist compose music. \n
  • Many of todays premier artists use ghost writers, ghost writers is a term used to describe people who are contracted by a specific artists to write for them and not to take any credit. The process of writing music varies with each different artists, for example Drake uses his blackberry to write his lyrics, while Amadeus used papyrus script to write his music down. The Beatles used psychedelic drugs such as LSD to write their album Sergeant Pepper, there are many different ways artist compose music. \n
  • Many of todays premier artists use ghost writers, ghost writers is a term used to describe people who are contracted by a specific artists to write for them and not to take any credit. The process of writing music varies with each different artists, for example Drake uses his blackberry to write his lyrics, while Amadeus used papyrus script to write his music down. The Beatles used psychedelic drugs such as LSD to write their album Sergeant Pepper, there are many different ways artist compose music. \n
  • Many of todays premier artists use ghost writers, ghost writers is a term used to describe people who are contracted by a specific artists to write for them and not to take any credit. The process of writing music varies with each different artists, for example Drake uses his blackberry to write his lyrics, while Amadeus used papyrus script to write his music down. The Beatles used psychedelic drugs such as LSD to write their album Sergeant Pepper, there are many different ways artist compose music. \n
  • Many of todays premier artists use ghost writers, ghost writers is a term used to describe people who are contracted by a specific artists to write for them and not to take any credit. The process of writing music varies with each different artists, for example Drake uses his blackberry to write his lyrics, while Amadeus used papyrus script to write his music down. The Beatles used psychedelic drugs such as LSD to write their album Sergeant Pepper, there are many different ways artist compose music. \n
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  • There are quite a few things that are required for music production but the major ones are;\n-Studio Microphone\n-Sound Mixer\n-Pre-Amp if using computer\n-Computer specifically with garage band or other music program\n\n
  • There are quite a few things that are required for music production but the major ones are;\n-Studio Microphone\n-Sound Mixer\n-Pre-Amp if using computer\n-Computer specifically with garage band or other music program\n\n
  • There are quite a few things that are required for music production but the major ones are;\n-Studio Microphone\n-Sound Mixer\n-Pre-Amp if using computer\n-Computer specifically with garage band or other music program\n\n
  • There are quite a few things that are required for music production but the major ones are;\n-Studio Microphone\n-Sound Mixer\n-Pre-Amp if using computer\n-Computer specifically with garage band or other music program\n\n
  • There are quite a few things that are required for music production but the major ones are;\n-Studio Microphone\n-Sound Mixer\n-Pre-Amp if using computer\n-Computer specifically with garage band or other music program\n\n
  • There are quite a few things that are required for music production but the major ones are;\n-Studio Microphone\n-Sound Mixer\n-Pre-Amp if using computer\n-Computer specifically with garage band or other music program\n\n
  • There are quite a few things that are required for music production but the major ones are;\n-Studio Microphone\n-Sound Mixer\n-Pre-Amp if using computer\n-Computer specifically with garage band or other music program\n\n
  • There are quite a few things that are required for music production but the major ones are;\n-Studio Microphone\n-Sound Mixer\n-Pre-Amp if using computer\n-Computer specifically with garage band or other music program\n\n
  • There are quite a few things that are required for music production but the major ones are;\n-Studio Microphone\n-Sound Mixer\n-Pre-Amp if using computer\n-Computer specifically with garage band or other music program\n\n
  • There are quite a few things that are required for music production but the major ones are;\n-Studio Microphone\n-Sound Mixer\n-Pre-Amp if using computer\n-Computer specifically with garage band or other music program\n\n
  • He discovered the group while in a bar in Liverpool, England. He was immediately attracted to their new kind of rock and their revolutionary sound. He led the beatles to become one of the greatest musicians of all time, and the iconic sound of the 60’s. He led the beatles to legendary status, and forever changed the music industry. \n
  • He discovered the group while in a bar in Liverpool, England. He was immediately attracted to their new kind of rock and their revolutionary sound. He led the beatles to become one of the greatest musicians of all time, and the iconic sound of the 60’s. He led the beatles to legendary status, and forever changed the music industry. \n
  • He discovered the group while in a bar in Liverpool, England. He was immediately attracted to their new kind of rock and their revolutionary sound. He led the beatles to become one of the greatest musicians of all time, and the iconic sound of the 60’s. He led the beatles to legendary status, and forever changed the music industry. \n
  • He discovered the group while in a bar in Liverpool, England. He was immediately attracted to their new kind of rock and their revolutionary sound. He led the beatles to become one of the greatest musicians of all time, and the iconic sound of the 60’s. He led the beatles to legendary status, and forever changed the music industry. \n
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  • Sean John Combs was born on November 4, 1969 in Harlem, New York. He is the CEO and founder of Bad Boys Entertainment. He went to Howard University and started his music career at Uptown records as a producer. Combs was eventually fired from Uptown records, but luckily he invested on his own record label, thanks to the help of the Notorious B.I.G., who was apart of Junior Mafia the same group that Puff daddy (which was Sean Combs nickname back then) was in. Comb eventually started to produce his own music in 1997, “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” is one of his famous single. Throughout his career he helped produce many grammy winning artists. His work has inspired many of todays top producers.\n
  • Sean John Combs was born on November 4, 1969 in Harlem, New York. He is the CEO and founder of Bad Boys Entertainment. He went to Howard University and started his music career at Uptown records as a producer. Combs was eventually fired from Uptown records, but luckily he invested on his own record label, thanks to the help of the Notorious B.I.G., who was apart of Junior Mafia the same group that Puff daddy (which was Sean Combs nickname back then) was in. Comb eventually started to produce his own music in 1997, “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” is one of his famous single. Throughout his career he helped produce many grammy winning artists. His work has inspired many of todays top producers.\n
  • Sean John Combs was born on November 4, 1969 in Harlem, New York. He is the CEO and founder of Bad Boys Entertainment. He went to Howard University and started his music career at Uptown records as a producer. Combs was eventually fired from Uptown records, but luckily he invested on his own record label, thanks to the help of the Notorious B.I.G., who was apart of Junior Mafia the same group that Puff daddy (which was Sean Combs nickname back then) was in. Comb eventually started to produce his own music in 1997, “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” is one of his famous single. Throughout his career he helped produce many grammy winning artists. His work has inspired many of todays top producers.\n
  • Sean John Combs was born on November 4, 1969 in Harlem, New York. He is the CEO and founder of Bad Boys Entertainment. He went to Howard University and started his music career at Uptown records as a producer. Combs was eventually fired from Uptown records, but luckily he invested on his own record label, thanks to the help of the Notorious B.I.G., who was apart of Junior Mafia the same group that Puff daddy (which was Sean Combs nickname back then) was in. Comb eventually started to produce his own music in 1997, “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” is one of his famous single. Throughout his career he helped produce many grammy winning artists. His work has inspired many of todays top producers.\n
  • Sean John Combs was born on November 4, 1969 in Harlem, New York. He is the CEO and founder of Bad Boys Entertainment. He went to Howard University and started his music career at Uptown records as a producer. Combs was eventually fired from Uptown records, but luckily he invested on his own record label, thanks to the help of the Notorious B.I.G., who was apart of Junior Mafia the same group that Puff daddy (which was Sean Combs nickname back then) was in. Comb eventually started to produce his own music in 1997, “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” is one of his famous single. Throughout his career he helped produce many grammy winning artists. His work has inspired many of todays top producers.\n
  • Sean John Combs was born on November 4, 1969 in Harlem, New York. He is the CEO and founder of Bad Boys Entertainment. He went to Howard University and started his music career at Uptown records as a producer. Combs was eventually fired from Uptown records, but luckily he invested on his own record label, thanks to the help of the Notorious B.I.G., who was apart of Junior Mafia the same group that Puff daddy (which was Sean Combs nickname back then) was in. Comb eventually started to produce his own music in 1997, “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” is one of his famous single. Throughout his career he helped produce many grammy winning artists. His work has inspired many of todays top producers.\n
  • Andre Young was born February 18, 1965 in Los Angeles, California. He gained fame as an up and coming DJ. He eventually met Easy-e who introduced him to Ice Cube and the rest of the member of N.W.A. whose music was produced by Dr. Dre. N.W.A. rosed to nation fame after the release of the song “Straight out of Compton”, which made every artist pretty much want Dr. Dre to produce them. Dr. Dre eventually left N.W.A. and founded After Math Entertainment. He signed Snoop Dog, and Eminem and since the last 22 years he has bin one of the top producers known in music.\n
  • Andre Young was born February 18, 1965 in Los Angeles, California. He gained fame as an up and coming DJ. He eventually met Easy-e who introduced him to Ice Cube and the rest of the member of N.W.A. whose music was produced by Dr. Dre. N.W.A. rosed to nation fame after the release of the song “Straight out of Compton”, which made every artist pretty much want Dr. Dre to produce them. Dr. Dre eventually left N.W.A. and founded After Math Entertainment. He signed Snoop Dog, and Eminem and since the last 22 years he has bin one of the top producers known in music.\n
  • Andre Young was born February 18, 1965 in Los Angeles, California. He gained fame as an up and coming DJ. He eventually met Easy-e who introduced him to Ice Cube and the rest of the member of N.W.A. whose music was produced by Dr. Dre. N.W.A. rosed to nation fame after the release of the song “Straight out of Compton”, which made every artist pretty much want Dr. Dre to produce them. Dr. Dre eventually left N.W.A. and founded After Math Entertainment. He signed Snoop Dog, and Eminem and since the last 22 years he has bin one of the top producers known in music.\n
  • Andre Young was born February 18, 1965 in Los Angeles, California. He gained fame as an up and coming DJ. He eventually met Easy-e who introduced him to Ice Cube and the rest of the member of N.W.A. whose music was produced by Dr. Dre. N.W.A. rosed to nation fame after the release of the song “Straight out of Compton”, which made every artist pretty much want Dr. Dre to produce them. Dr. Dre eventually left N.W.A. and founded After Math Entertainment. He signed Snoop Dog, and Eminem and since the last 22 years he has bin one of the top producers known in music.\n
  • Andre Young was born February 18, 1965 in Los Angeles, California. He gained fame as an up and coming DJ. He eventually met Easy-e who introduced him to Ice Cube and the rest of the member of N.W.A. whose music was produced by Dr. Dre. N.W.A. rosed to nation fame after the release of the song “Straight out of Compton”, which made every artist pretty much want Dr. Dre to produce them. Dr. Dre eventually left N.W.A. and founded After Math Entertainment. He signed Snoop Dog, and Eminem and since the last 22 years he has bin one of the top producers known in music.\n
  • Russell Simmons was born on October 4, 1957 in New York City. He is the founder of Def Jam Records and launch the careers of Run DMC and the Beastie Boys. He help bring Urban culture to mainstream America with his clothing line and his entrepreneurship. He blended Rock & Roll with rap music and created a unique style that was copied by others. Def Jam records was responsible for the evolution of rap music and bringing it to a new audience.\n
  • Russell Simmons was born on October 4, 1957 in New York City. He is the founder of Def Jam Records and launch the careers of Run DMC and the Beastie Boys. He help bring Urban culture to mainstream America with his clothing line and his entrepreneurship. He blended Rock & Roll with rap music and created a unique style that was copied by others. Def Jam records was responsible for the evolution of rap music and bringing it to a new audience.\n
  • Russell Simmons was born on October 4, 1957 in New York City. He is the founder of Def Jam Records and launch the careers of Run DMC and the Beastie Boys. He help bring Urban culture to mainstream America with his clothing line and his entrepreneurship. He blended Rock & Roll with rap music and created a unique style that was copied by others. Def Jam records was responsible for the evolution of rap music and bringing it to a new audience.\n
  • Russell Simmons was born on October 4, 1957 in New York City. He is the founder of Def Jam Records and launch the careers of Run DMC and the Beastie Boys. He help bring Urban culture to mainstream America with his clothing line and his entrepreneurship. He blended Rock & Roll with rap music and created a unique style that was copied by others. Def Jam records was responsible for the evolution of rap music and bringing it to a new audience.\n
  • Shawn Corey Carter was born on December 4, 1969 in Brooklyn, New york. He is the CEO of Def Jam Records To escape to all the drug and violence he turned to rap. He eventually joined the rapper Jazz-O, who served as his mentor, and created the song “The Originators”, which got them an appearance on MTV. He became a premier rapper and eventually became the 3rd top selling rap artist of all time. As the CEO of Def Jam he signed artists such as Rihanna, Ne-yo, Young Jeezy, and help Kanye West go from just a producer to a top selling artist. \n
  • Shawn Corey Carter was born on December 4, 1969 in Brooklyn, New york. He is the CEO of Def Jam Records To escape to all the drug and violence he turned to rap. He eventually joined the rapper Jazz-O, who served as his mentor, and created the song “The Originators”, which got them an appearance on MTV. He became a premier rapper and eventually became the 3rd top selling rap artist of all time. As the CEO of Def Jam he signed artists such as Rihanna, Ne-yo, Young Jeezy, and help Kanye West go from just a producer to a top selling artist. \n
  • Shawn Corey Carter was born on December 4, 1969 in Brooklyn, New york. He is the CEO of Def Jam Records To escape to all the drug and violence he turned to rap. He eventually joined the rapper Jazz-O, who served as his mentor, and created the song “The Originators”, which got them an appearance on MTV. He became a premier rapper and eventually became the 3rd top selling rap artist of all time. As the CEO of Def Jam he signed artists such as Rihanna, Ne-yo, Young Jeezy, and help Kanye West go from just a producer to a top selling artist. \n
  • Shawn Corey Carter was born on December 4, 1969 in Brooklyn, New york. He is the CEO of Def Jam Records To escape to all the drug and violence he turned to rap. He eventually joined the rapper Jazz-O, who served as his mentor, and created the song “The Originators”, which got them an appearance on MTV. He became a premier rapper and eventually became the 3rd top selling rap artist of all time. As the CEO of Def Jam he signed artists such as Rihanna, Ne-yo, Young Jeezy, and help Kanye West go from just a producer to a top selling artist. \n
  • Shawn Corey Carter was born on December 4, 1969 in Brooklyn, New york. He is the CEO of Def Jam Records To escape to all the drug and violence he turned to rap. He eventually joined the rapper Jazz-O, who served as his mentor, and created the song “The Originators”, which got them an appearance on MTV. He became a premier rapper and eventually became the 3rd top selling rap artist of all time. As the CEO of Def Jam he signed artists such as Rihanna, Ne-yo, Young Jeezy, and help Kanye West go from just a producer to a top selling artist. \n
  • People download music illegally because it is cheap and very easy to get away with. Many pro-ponents of piracy believe that the music industry gauges the prices of cds therefore making them unaffordable. \n
  • People download music illegally because it is cheap and very easy to get away with. Many pro-ponents of piracy believe that the music industry gauges the prices of cds therefore making them unaffordable. \n
  • People download music illegally because it is cheap and very easy to get away with. Many pro-ponents of piracy believe that the music industry gauges the prices of cds therefore making them unaffordable. \n
  • People download music illegally because it is cheap and very easy to get away with. Many pro-ponents of piracy believe that the music industry gauges the prices of cds therefore making them unaffordable. \n
  • People download music illegally because it is cheap and very easy to get away with. Many pro-ponents of piracy believe that the music industry gauges the prices of cds therefore making them unaffordable. \n
  • I tried to put a story into my song I kind of like talked about how everybody said i couldn’t become famous and that I’m going to show them that I will\n The first song is a remix to Eenie Meenie By Justin Beidber this song will just be a demonstration of how to record a song\n Second song is a combination of Coming Home By P Diddy and Rocketeer by Far East Movement it is where I actually start the my music video \n
  • The application i used to record the song is called Live Lite it is really simple to use. I had trouble at first but it had instruction and direction to making the perfect song.\n
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    3. 3. Music Composition andProductionSteve Kuk http://www.google.com/images?hl=en&source=hp&biw=1140&bih=615&q=recording+booth&gbv=2&aq=f&aqi=g1g-m5g-ms1g-m3&aql=&oq=
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    9. 9. Personal Relevance
    10. 10. Personal RelevanceWhy is music important to me?
    11. 11. Personal RelevanceWhy is music important to me?How does music affect my life?
    12. 12. Personal RelevanceWhy is music important to me?How does music affect my life?
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    14. 14. History of Musichttp://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=Bach&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq= http://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=African+god&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq= http://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=Bach&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq=
    15. 15. History of Musichttp://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=Bach&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq= http://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=African+god&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq= http://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=Bach&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq=
    16. 16. History of Musichttp://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=Bach&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq= http://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=African+god&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq= http://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=Bach&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq=
    17. 17. History of Musichttp://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=Bach&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq= http://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=African+god&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq= http://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=Bach&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq=
    18. 18. History of Musichttp://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=Bach&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq= http://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=African+god&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq= http://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1064&bih=702&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=Bach&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq= When did people actually start making and listening to music?
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