The Anjunadeep Edition 447 with PROFF

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00:00:00 PROFF – Namtso (White)
00:06:12 Above & Beyond – Surge [PROFF & Igor Garanin Remix] (Anjunadeep)
00:08:49 PROFF – Whale Song (Monstercat Silk)
00:16:02 PROFF – Nara (Monstercat Silk)
00:22:47 ID – ID (White)
00:29:48 Pumbum – Retreat [PROFF’s Respray] (Skytop)
00:36:25 ID – ID (White)
00:42:27 ID – ID (White)
00:49:05 ID – ID (White)
00:55:22 ID – ID (White)

Facts About Music

Music is a complex and powerful art form that affects the lives of people in many ways. Whether it’s listening to your favourite song in the car, singing with friends, or dancing to a song in the club, music has a way of making life better.


Creating, recording and editing music involves a great deal of skill and expertise. Musicians often use a wide range of equipment and instruments to create their songs, including digital audio workstations, microphones and effects processors.

Facts About Music

Musical elements are key factors in music composition, including harmony, melody and rhythm. They are also used to express a wide range of feelings, from the euphoric to the melancholic.

Time signatures include duple meter (two beats per measure), triple meter (three beats per measure) and quadruple meter (four beats per measure). Other factors that contribute to musical composition are dynamics-volume (amplitude), tempo-beats per minute, and articulation-how notes are played or words are pronounced.

Singer-songwriters are musicians who write and perform their own songs. They may play a variety of instruments or just sing.

Rock is a genre of popular music that originated in the 1950s and developed into different styles during the 1960s and 1970s. It places a high degree of emphasis on musicianship, live performance and an ideology of authenticity.

Reggae is a style of music that originated in Jamaica in the late 1960s. It features a slow syncopated groove that is great for dancing.

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