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Music is an intrinsic part of the Christmas spirit.   Carols are sung pretty much the world over and anyone who’s been shopping during December in the past 50 years is sure to relate sleigh bells to a specific month of the year.

But these are old stereotypes – in the past few decades, many songs have been written which are now engrained into the psyche of the public.   How do they do it?   When did this obsession with Christmas pop music begin?

Let’s have a look…
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This blog was written for primeloops.com – check them out for some ace samples and to see my blogs 2 months earlier!

So now the rush for the number one chart spot at prime selling time is over, it seems a good time to look back and see what other songs made it to number one over the Christmas period…

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This blog was written for primeloops.com – check them out for some ace samples and to see my blogs 2 months earlier!

So you’ve just got a new sample pack and you’re looking to do some interesting stuff with them.   Here are 10 suggestions to help you make the most out of your samples…

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Hey guys!   I’ve been mega busy lately sorting out the business plan for boyinaband (I’m working on getting funding so I can make WAY more tutorials in the long run, so bare with me!) but I finally finished putting together the first tutorial for the Axe-Fx Ultra!

This one is an absolute beginners tutorial to get you started with the Axe :)

Thanks to G66.eu for sponsoring it!

Click here to go to the tutorial!

This blog was written for primeloops.com – check them out for some ace samples and to see my blogs 2 months earlier!

If you take a look at the evolution of electronic music, it’s becoming increasingly clear that rhythm plays a massive role. In some cases more so than melody!

But what causes us to be so obsessed with big beats? So seduced by some sweet syncopation? Quite simply – why do we got rhythm?

Let’s find out…

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Have you ever seen someone wearing a painfully coloured T-shirt and thought to yourself; “Man, that’s a loud shade of green!”?

Well, if that person suffers from synaesthesia, they might be thinking “Man, that’s a green shade of loud!”

Synaesthesia is when stimulation of one sense involuntarily stimulates another sense.   In this article I’ll be talking about musical synaesthesia – when hearing music can make you see colours.

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