The Anjunadeep Edition 466 with Douran

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00:00:00 Douran – ID (White)
00:04:06 Olaf Stuut – Billow (Atomnation)
00:13:20 Howling, RY X, Frank Wiedemann – Need You Now (Counter)
00:19:19 Douran & Romain Garcia – Coming Home (Anjunadeep)
00:24:45 Douran & Romain Garcia – Kili (Anjunadeep)
00:29:36 Parra For Cuva – Of Wonder (Parra For Cuva)
00:33:24 Douran – ID (White)
00:37:55 Monkey Safari – Safe [Joris Voorn Remix] (Spectrum)
00:43:48 Ben Böhmer feat. lau.ra – Erase [Rezident Remix] (Anjunadeep)
00:47:41 Douran & Romain Garcia – Third Time (Anjunadeep)
00:51:03 Jogeir – Atacama (JD Mæland Music)

What Is Music and How Can It Be Used to Express Emotions?

Music is a part of all cultures and can be used to express a wide range of emotions. It can be soothing and calming or it can make us want to get up and dance. It can be an escape from our day to day lives and it can inspire ideas for other art forms.

The human voice is one of the oldest musical instruments, and the oldest known recordings are of it. Some scholars think that sound may have served an important early function in communication: for instance, the chirp of a bird’s call might have alerted a hunter to its presence; bugles were used by armies to send orders from afar; and in some tribal cultures, the lunga—a type of drum—was used to convey messages from one village to another.


A music producer is the person who brings an artist’s creative vision to life in a recording studio. This involves working the soundboard, placing microphones, and mixing the song together. Music producers often have an engineering background and know a great deal about audio equipment, formats, sounds, genres, and production techniques.


During the Romantic era (1820 to 1900), composers sought new ways to express their personal emotions through their music. Many incorporated folk songs into their works, while others created more aural versions of novels and poems—a style called Bel canto opera. They also developed the use of chromatic harmony and improvisatory piano virtuosity, creating complex melodies with multiple voices and intervals.

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