The Anjunadeep Edition 418 with Khen

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00:00:00 Juan Deminicis – Samhadi (Proton Music)
00:04:56 Cornucopia – Emotional Tourist [Mariano Montori Edit] White)
00:10:50 Armen Miran, Raphael Felix – Ghost [Roy Rosenfeld Remix] (Hoomidaas)
00:16:37 Khen – Angel’s Share (Lost & Found)
00:21:54 foglight – Feel Again (Mango Alley)
00:27:09 Sébastien Léger – Extassy (White)
00:33:54 Khen – Yellow (Anjunadeep)
00:40:04 Stereo Underground & D-Nox – Creativity (Desert Heart Black)
00:42:42 Simon Vuarambon – Like Any Wonder (Shanti Radio)
00:47:03 Khen, Freedom Fighters – Levantine (Lost & Found)
00:53:50 Khen – Jasmine (Anjunadeep)
00:59:10 Cubicolor – Summer & Smoke (Anjunadeep)


Facts About Music Production

Throughout history, competitions have been held to encourage musicians to improve their performance skills. For example, in the 18th century, local singing competitions were held in pubs. The 19th century saw the growth of amateur competitions, with prominent figures adjudicating. In 1790, singers from Stoughton and Dorchester, Massachusetts, competed in a competition in Dorchester. In the 20th century, amateur competitions were organized in cities around the world.

Music has been an integral part of human culture for thousands of years. It is not only a form of entertainment, but a way to connect with others. Today, music has evolved into a multibillion-dollar industry. It involves various activities such as production, distribution, publishing, and live concerts. In the United States, the music industry generates a substantial percentage of its revenue through streaming services, while physical music sales are declining.

Getting experience in music production is also beneficial for students, whether they are working with student societies, local artists, or a music production company. Students can also get involved in film, theatre, and music events by becoming a member of a student society. As long as their work experience is diverse and open, they can build a portfolio that demonstrates their skills and interests.

Music festivals have a profound effect on local economies. North American companies spend $1.5 billion on music festivals, and the top five music festivals generate $183 million in ticket sales. That’s not including merchandise, sponsorships, and food and beverage sales. For example, in April 2016, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in California alone generated $704 million, and contributed more than $106 million to the local economy.

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