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00:00:00 Lane 8 feat. Channy Leaneagh – I’ll Wait [CRi Remix Motel Version] (This Never Happened)
00:04:35 CRi – Something About (Anjunadeep)
00:13:33 Durante feat. CRi – ID (White)
00:14:04 Bob Moses – Hanging On [CRi Remix] (Domino Recording Company/Astralwerks)
00:18:53 CRi – ID (White)
00:23:03 CRi – Lonely Romance (Anjunadeep)
00:28:16 Amtrac feat. Alex Metric – So Afraid (Openers/RCA Records)
00:33:50 Above & Beyond – Filmic [CRi Remix] (Anjunabeats)
00:37:46 Kloyd feat. t l k – 0101 (Cross Country)
00:41:15 Tinlicker – Perfect Mistakes (Anjunadeep)
00:46:20 CRi – ID (White)
00:49:50 SWIM – Love (SWIM)
00:54:18 CRi feat. Jesse Mac Cormack – Losing My Mind (Anjunadeep)

Facts About Music

Music is an art form that can be found from all over the world. It has been used for purposes such as dance, entertainment, communication, and ritual.

Production: Musical Instruments

Music production is the process by which songs are created through recording and mixing methods. It includes songwriters, musicians and producers who oversee the creative and technical aspects of a song’s creation.

Facts: Creating Music

The first musical instruments were made by humans. The earliest of these were bone flutes. The flutes were invented in the Upper Paleolithic period, between 43,000 and 10,000 BP.

Ancient Greece: lyres (pronounced chelys) and aulos

The lyre, and the double pipe, the aulos, were used by both ancient Greeks and Romans. The simplest lyre, the chelys, was made from a tortoise shell with two vertical rods or horns set in the shell and wound round a horizontal bar. The aulos was similar, but the reed was held in place by rings that could be turned to close off one hole and open another slightly differently placed.

A 2001 study showed that cows who listened to slow, relaxing songs produced 3 percent more milk than those who listened to rap and techno music. This is because the music relaxes animals, which in turn releases oxytocin that helps the animal produce more milk.

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