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00:00:00 Elliot Moriarty – Hopper’s Message (White)
00:03:54 New Radicals – You Get What You Give [Wassu Bootleg] (White)
00:09:50 Wassu – ID (White)
00:15:06 ID – ID (White)
00:21:58 ID – ID (White)
00:28:45 Wassu & Dysco – ID (White)
00:34:16 Wassu & Mike Isai – ID (White)
00:39:27 Wassu & Weird Sounding Dude – ID (White)
00:45:13 ID – ID (White)
00:52:00 Wassu – ID (White)
00:57:15 Marsh & Wassu feat. Mariel Beausejour – Forgiveness (Anjunadeep)
A Guide to Music Production, Artists and Festivals
Music is one of the few forms of entertainment that has remained a part of peoples’ lives for thousands of years. It’s also an art form, a major business industry and an important medium for cultural exchange.
The process of getting from raw talent, ideas and songs to a finished product takes a lot of effort and creativity. Producers take on many roles and are responsible for charting the course of a project, coordinating resources and finding ways to bring each idea to life.
Music traces its origins back to 42,000-43,000 BC, and the oldest known musical instrument is the human voice. It is used for dance, personal or communal entertainment, communication and ritual.
There are hundreds of different musicians from around the world and a variety of genres to choose from. Generally, artists start out playing small gigs in local pubs and venues. They can then be spotted by an A&R rep for a label or break out on their own and begin writing and recording their own music.
There’s a whole spectrum of styles and genres out there to explore, from traditional classical music to modern pop. While some of these traditions have been around for centuries, others are just starting to make a name for themselves.
Festivals have been a staple in the music industry for over a century, and they provide a platform for the best up-and-coming artists to show their stuff. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of standing onstage in a huge stadium, surrounded by thousands of people and having your music played for them.