My friend and I am are trying to start a little two person musical group, and we have some ideas for songs, but we do not have the beats that we need to make the songs. A lot of our initial songs are just going to involve mixing and sampling different music. It should be pretty fun, and I just found a site, www.freedubstepmusic.net , that offers free beats to download off off their site. That is pretty awesome, and in fact, it is exactly what I was looking for.
I just hope that the beats are really good, because we need some super sick beats to do what we have in mind. We are going to overlay dubstep beats that feature a lot of really heavy bass, with some nice instrumental pieces from jazz and other forms of music. I was thinking that some piano pieces might go well with the dubstep music as well, but I will need to try to find out pieces of music that really work well with what I Have in mind.
My friend is busy working on finding some music that he thinks would work well to mix together with the beats that I am going to download. I need to go through all of the beats that are available for download on this website, and try to find the ones that I like the best. I will probably pick a number of the ones that I like, just so that I show them all to my friend, and then we can talk about which ones will work the best for what we have planned. Hopefully this will all come together rather quickly, as I would like to try to go ahead and finish a song by the end of the next couple of days.Click The Link
I am thinking about going to a place that has a clinic for weight loss in singapore, but for now I am doing what I can my own self to lose as much weight as I am able to lose. I need to drop about thirty pounds total I am thinking, my weight is around one hundred and sixty five pounds right now and I am thinking that the things you read on the internet say I should be around one hundred and forty pounds or one hundred and thirty five pounds. Of course I am not doing anything over the top and crazy like those insanity type things that you see advertised on the internet. I can not remember what they call all of them or all of those supplements that they advertise for weight loss plans. Instead I am doing the sort of tough and boring stuff that places like the Mayo Clinic would tell you to do. I suppose it is not so terrible, but it is really grueling and very difficult and it is going to take a very long time.
It is a lot of walking up the stairs at work and at my condo that I am doing right now. It is sixteen floors up to my office at work, which is more than I started out doing and which takes too long for me to do regularly. It is not as though you could not give yourself a heart attack if you rushed into too harsh an exercise regimen either. So you do not want to kill yourself and lose weight mouldering in your coffin for eternity, that is not what you want to accomplish. So instead I started out doing about half of that and then taking the elevator the rest of the way.Click The Link
I have been thinking more and more about the need for a home security system. However, last night when I was watching the local news, I saw a news story that really made me make up my mind to get a security system in the near future. I am pretty sure that I should have done this sooner, but I did not really want to fork out the money to do so. Anyway, I am looking at this site, home-security.co, in order to find some info about home security systems and how much it is going to cost me to get one installed in my house.
I would like to get all of this taken care of soon, because the news story that I saw last night really shook me up, and honestly, I do not think I can divulge the details right now, without kind of getting broken up about it. I do not feel like getting emotional right now, so I am just going to leave it at that. I want my family to be safe, and I do not want to have to worry so much about their safety. I think that a security system will really help to give me a better sense of peace of mind going forward.
I have some ideas about what I want to get some a security system, and I hope that I will be able to get most of the features that I would like to have installed in my house. However, I do not know what pricing is like with regards to security systems and different features for them. That is pretty important, and I am going to have to do a bit of research, before deciding which security system will be best to protect my house and my family.Click The Link
The new currency is social media currency. I just saw a PBS news show about the new way of marketing in the new century. It used to be that a company selling a product or service had a one way communication with the customer. It was the seller to the customer in the form of advertising. It could be print, radio or TV. The Internet changed all that. Now you gain ground depending on likes and views, and the method of advertising is different. To get ahead, you need to make a good video and buy youtube views to get the buzz going about your product or service.Click The Link
Customers themselves are the ones doing the advertising now. In the news story there is a popular TV drama where one actor in the show has more social media likes/views than the show has viewers. Customers themselves drive this marketing phenomenon. If you are on YouTube, the more views you have the better. It is an indicator of the popularity of your product or service as well as the individual video itself. If you are monetizing videos, the more views you get, the more money you make. The problem is that low views usually stays that way. You need to buy YouTube views to get the ball rolling. The demographic you are trying to reach sees that your video already has a level of popularity and then they think your video is then worth a look.
Views on YouTube then turn into subscriptions to your channel. That is the new brand loyalty. When you have customers subscribe to your YouTube channel, it shows an interest in what you are offering. Enough interest that they wish to be notified the next time you post a video. Yes, it was easier back when all you had to do was make a commercial or ad and throw it out there for people to see.
It is still possible to go with the absolute cheapest internet you can find, and still have broadband speeds suitable to keep your bandwidth hungry family happy. I added up how many electronic devices we have connected to the Internet at all times. There are 16 in my house. There is me, my wife and our two children. we each have a laptop computer and a tablet computer. We each have smartphones. We have two game consoles, one VOIP phone service connection and our satellite TV also plugs into our router. We are going to add a couple of IP wireless security cameras so that will bring us up to 18 devices connected to the Internet.Click The Link
We stream movies, browse the Internet, make and take phone calls on our landline, and use our smartphones and tablets through our Wi-Fi. That is a lot of bandwidth at any given time of the day. We need fast and reliable Internet, but we want the cheapest Internet we can get. If it is fast and reliable, the only other thing I care about is low price. I get that here at our house even though we have a bunch of things online at all times.
I cannot imagine not having broadband now. I grew up without the Internet. When it took off in the 1980s, we had slow dialup. I remember the screaming modem sounds when my computer called out to connect to another computer that was connected to the larger Internet infrastructure. Now we have speeds that are so fast that the kids can be streaming movies on their tablets while I am playing a video game against my buddies online and my wife is looking at how-to videos for her art hobbies. We have come so far, and I am still getting a good price for this fast Internet service at our house.
With so few choices being available to consumers when it comes to choosing an Internet providers, you sometimes have to think outside the box and look towards other options that you may not have considered before. Doing some research via Google I came across this website; http://www.internetproviders.us/satellite-internet-providers/ which was surprisingly informative regarding the number of satellite Internet providers that are out there. I had considered satellite Internet previously but that was when the option to do so was new and their technology was, not surprisingly, not very good. A neighbor of mine was one of the first in our area to give it a try and reported that it was incredibly slow with periods of intermittent connectivity capabilities due to the poor weather. However, they have made claims that they have been able to move beyond that original problem which was a good enough reason for me to give them a try myself.Click The Link
There are times when I am frustrated with the state of American telecommunications. Big Business has, simply put, been given far too much power in the past three decades and this had lead to a stagnation of our companies as they are incapable of thinking outside of the box in terms of utilizing new technology. They are too concerned with the state of their profits, with the shareholders purposefully driving businesses innovation into the ground in order to retain a stable profit margin. This is going to be the bane of companies who are going to inevitably struggle in catching up with European and Asian competitors that are going to capture global markets due to their cheap yet often superior products - I wouldn't be surprised to see Americans leave the country in order to gain access to superior telecommunication services that American companies cannot currently hope to provide.
I heard that there was a new type of art where you could go and watch the person actually do the piece while you are sitting on a park bench. It is like a rope access painting but there are a lot of different things to it. I remember a few years ago there were pictures going around of a guy who took chalk of all different colors and he would make the most amazing three dimensional pictures with them. I was so happy to see that there were a lot of people that liked the pictures as I went and saw him in person in New York City as he was so interesting to draw. I wanted to have one tenth of his great personality and his artist ability because he was really great to go and watch. He liked to include people in the way that he went and talked to them to make sure that they were entertained.
I did not think that anything would happen with this artist as we had only saw a lot of different pictures of his, nobody took the time to go and talk to him to publish an article on him until a French article appeared and then it went viral. It was really interesting to hear that he came out of art school and went to work for a design company who went under during the recession and then he was out of a job so he decided to go around and decorate the city and he had a lot of money in donations from people walking by. He ended up getting picked up by a large design firm and now has a great job for himself, it is really great that he can do what he loves and get paid.Click The Link
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'The best! The best, the best!' -Charles Wadsworth, founding artistic director of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Experience Shen Yun - returning to Philadelphia for its eighth consecutive year! Shen Yun Performing Arts brings majestic beauty and wonder to the stage, as it unfolds 5,000 years of traditional Chinese culture. Capturing the spirit of a culture long lost, Shen Yun moves through regions, dynasties and legends with uplifting dances and original musical scores. Traditional ethnic, folk and classical dance pieces, accompanied by a live orchestra and state of the art digital backdrops, help to transport audiences to a world where good triumphs over evil and heaven and earth exist together in harmony.
Shen Yun (meaning the "Beauty of Divine Beings Dancing") is the first company to present classical Chinese dance to the world on a large scale. Each of the three touring companies include nearly 100 artists, 400 hand-made costumes and a live orchestra, the only one in the world to include Western and Chinese instruments in their core ensemble. Shen Yun has taken the world by storm, performing in over 100 cities and five continents. Shows in top venues with runs of one week or more, such as New York's Lincoln Center, have sold out.
Discover Shen Yun for yourself and find out why artists and theater lovers around the world are calling Shen Yun a 'miracle,' 'breathtaking' and 'mesmerizing.'
For more information about Shen Yun: www.shenyunperformingarts.org
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Forget whatever you thought about Clutch. Earth Rocker crumples up the bad categories that have miscast them for years — stoner rock, post-hardcore, metal, grunge — and leaves no question about what they are: a damn good rock and roll band. Earth Rocker is a solid, straight-up rock and roll album, exactly what the band had in mind for their tenth studio album, now that their Weathermaker Records label is fully up and running. "It might be the best Clutch album that has ever existed," says guitarist Tim Sult. It's a concise, efficient album. That was the point, says drummer Jean-Paul Gaster. "We really tried to reign in the jam aspect of the band. We like to improvise a lot, but this album, we really wanted stuff mapped out. We wanted to go into the studio fully armed to make a really powerful record." "I'm excited about its succinctness, and how balls-to-the-wall it is," says frontman Neil Fallon. "The length of an LP is optimal for enjoying a body of new music, approximately 40- 45 minutes. There's something to be said about Side A and Side B. It's more cinematic, and that was the approach." The album began taking shape when Clutch toured with Mötorhead, then Thin Lizzy. Revisiting those two favorite bands, they were able to apply their own experience as musicians to better understand the dynamics of their heroes. "The songwriting process happened around the time of those tours, so that really sank into our writing," Sult recalls. "Maybe people expected us to go more acoustic or bluesy, but this album definitely showcases a riffs-in-your-face kind of style. These songs ended up being faster and a bit more rocking." "Overall, we wanted the album to pick up the pace a little bit," bassist Dan Maines explains. "Songs developing at a faster tempo led to a very straightforward songwriting approach." That songwriting simplicity is also indirectly a result of the Basket Of Eggs EP issued two years ago with the Weathermaker re-release of Blast Tyrant. "That acoustic stuff represents a new style of writing for us," Maines says. "It kind of forces you to strip down what you're playing. We had almost two years to spend on the writing process, and we had a lot of ideas. Having two years allowed us to trim the fat." Clutch are passionate students of rock and roll, and music in general. Gaster's love of a good shuffle brought that rhythmic approach to nearly half the album. Professor Longhair's "Bald Head" — notably the loping style of Earl Palmer's swinging eight notes — was a direct influence on Earth Rocker. So was Thin Lizzy drummer Brian Downey, also a shuffle monster. "When you hear a light shuffle, or the brushwork on 'Gone Cold,' at first it can be a head- scratcher," says Fallon. "But when you join in, you will be taken to a place you wouldn't have gone by yourself." Fallon's reputation as a clever lyricist will likely grow once people hear Earth Rocker. His approach is similar to writing fiction. "You've got to do it convincingly. There's a bit of theater to it, in a way. The four minutes a song is being recorded or performed, I can convince myself that I'm an expert on whatever subject I'm singing about, even if I don't know exactly what it is." "There are some tips of the hat to rock and roll history in the lyrics that I enjoy singing because they reference the album in a bigger picture. 'Rocket 88' is considered the first rock and roll song that used distortion. That lyrical reference on 'Crucial Velocity' kind of fuels Earth Rocker as a whole with that back story. It's American myth, even though it really happened." Not everything on Earth Rocker is strictly vintage rock and roll. Maines made sure his love of the aggression and minimalism of Bad Brains and Fugazi was applied to these tracks. "The simpler the better, and I really tried to keep it streamlined and a little more focused. Whatever came to mind first was pretty much what I stuck with throughout the whole recording process. I didn't feel the need to try to over complicate the parts." The influence of their favorite bands might have inspired Earth Rocker, but continuous growth as players also affected the album. "You wouldn't have a song like 'Earth Rocker' five years ago," Gaster insists. "We've continued to grow on our instruments, finding our own voices. Hopefully, you hear that on the new songs." Behind the scenes, Earth Rocker is also a result of an inordinate amount of preparation for Clutch. The album was entirely plotted out before recording even started at The Machine Shop in Belleville, NJ, with veteran producer Machine. "In the past, we would go into the studio and write," says Fallon. "That never worked out to anyone's satisfaction. It was really important to do a lot of pre-production, knowing exactly what we would be doing when we went into the studio. It was crucial that we did all that prior to hitting record." "It was so mapped out that we weren't even in the studio together. You had to take a lot on faith. But once you know a part inside and out, you can move on to worrying about performance. If you're trying to remember it, then you're not playing from the heart — you're playing from the brain. That always sounds stale on playback." The Earth Rocker sessions were largely based on faith for Sult, a guitarist more attuned to riffs than solos. "I would have never expected to be playing as many solos," he says. "On this album, they definitely had more of a direction than they usually do. It definitely took a lot more concentration, but I walked away from this album liking them more than I have on any other album." "I just decided to trust the producer this time and not try to second guess too much. Having Machine there really helped. He's very opinionated on what it should be, as far as performance goes. He definitely pushed us in a direction we normally wouldn't go." It was Machine's idea to replicate the flow of their live set with the running order of Earth Rocker. "He kind of made a set list of songs we do live at festivals," Fallon explains. "He wanted to reproduce that energy in an album. He pointed things out to us, bringing us back to listening to ourselves as a fan would, to make an album that could be played beginning to end at a show, and everyone would dig it." "There's a certain energy to our shows that we've had difficulty capturing on tape," Maines admits. "I think this record comes closer to really capturing that energy of Clutch live. It's a very balanced album. There's no B-side material. It's an album of A-sides. That sounds pretty bold and confident, but that's the way we feel about Earth Rocker." at The Capitol Theatre 149 Westchester Ave Port Chester, United States
I am going to be looking for a house to buy in the near future, because my wife is expecting a child, and I do not want my first kid to live in an apartment. I think that it is proper that if we are going to have a family, that we should be living in an a house. That is just a principle that I have always held as a person, and I think that I should adhere to it. I am going to look for homes for sale in dinwiddie va because that is the area where I live, and I really don't want to move away from here at any point in the future.
It is a pretty nice area, anyway, it is quiet, and there are not too many people. I guess that I might be a little bit biased, because I have always lived here, and I really could not imagine myself living anywhere else. Though, I guess it would be fine to live somewhere else. I just probably won't ever find out. Anyway, I have prattled on about that line of thought for long enough and it is time for me to get back to thinking about buying a house soon.
I know that I want to get a house that has been recently constructed, because that way I will not have any doubts as to whether it has been treated well in the past. My parents once bought a previously owned house, and I guess it had a lot of underlying damage that was not readily visible when you go through the house on a tour. Ever since then, I have been pretty wary when it comes to buying things, and I need to make sure I make a good investment this time around.Click The Link
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