It's a song about war in general (not just Vietnam War), and it's special beacuse of its lyrics. Very simple, but also very deep if you think about the nature of humans and their desire to kill for a shameful reason- money. For me the best part of the lyrics is: "You'd better close your eyes and bow your head and wait for the ricochet." It tells you that sooner or later you will also be hit by flying lead just like the men you killed. The song has great music and in my opinion it's one of the greatest rock songs of all time.
It was around 1972 when I was 15 years old for the first time I listened to the Sweet Child in Time on radio. Television was still rare in Indonesia at that time. The only way we could listen to this song was on radio. I liked the song eventhough I did not understand the words in the song. It was no way that I could find the lyrics of the song and luckily there was a music magazine in Indonesia at that time, if I am not mistaken was MG magazine, but I could not afford to buy it. Sometimes the insert of the magazize was the poster of Deep Purple. I could only see this group band from the magazine that I borrowed from a friend that could afford to buy it. In 1972 there was no way to see video of a group band lived in other countris. Nowadays, anything happen anywhere in this world, it is very possible you to see it on video. Deep Purple is my best favourite group band although there was a lot of conflics among the personnel of the band since the beginning, while I really expected that Deep Purple could receive the award for a life achievment.
"Child in Time" was ranked no. 1 on Radio Veronica's "Super All-Time List" in 1989. The song ranked at no. 16 in Guitarist's 1998 readers poll of Top 100 Guitar Solos of All-Time. English disc jockey John Peel's 1976 list of Festive Fifty featured the song at no. 25. It was second, third or fourth place for many years on the annual Dutch Top 2000 songs of all time.
You don't have to make an effort to create a great final mix, like in the case with another kinds of backing tracks, but you don't have a technical opportunity to extract something from the mix finalized. We can say that the original backing track is closed for transformation. One bad move can destroy a whole mixdown! Sometimes there could be a few different versions of the original phonogram: with or without backing vocal. To find such a recording is a piece of good luck!
The next two heroes of our story are such backing tracks created by cutting of original songs or produced with the help of existing voice removal tools. In the case of cutting, there're no difficulties it this thing. Open any editor (Audacity, Sound Forge, Abobe Audition), select any fragment of an original song without voice and copy it again and again. But problem is that the song's arrangements are very sophisticated sometimes and you'll not be able to find a good piece to copy-paste a bridge, for instance. That is where the work of voice-removal and voice-reduction instruments.
So, let's make interim conclusions of our discourse. Voice removal tools are simple, but they work as uglyfiers, with a huge loose of quality. Karaoke is commonly accessible but not flexible. MIDI-karaoke format (*.mid and *.kar are the same) is very flexible, but it requires synthetic knowledge of music and audio production tools, time, and equipment.
What should we do? Would you like to record all parts yourself? Do you play all the instruments well? Do you have backing vocals or you sing well? Is your hearing good enough to transcribe all parts exactly? Do you have a lot of time to do all this? But what if you have a busy schedule, and tomorrow you need, let's say twenty new backing tracks? All that can only lead to one conclusion. Let us finally say to you this magic word...
You can record phonograms at home by bringing a ready-to-use mix for a performance or manage loudness of every track in a real time right here on the scene. In this case, you need DAW or sequencer installed at your laptop and a multichannel sound card to play it.
It was only a short and very common try to describe all the advantages of multitrack,because there are no restrictions on how you'll be using them and what tools you can use!Instruments that you use are not as important as the final result that you can get!As a musician, you'll realize all the opportunities of using our libraryas soon as you start to use it in your practice.It's time to create your first mix!Let it'll be clear, smooth, and tight!We wish you success in your creative work!
Discotech Underground is actually two...two...two shows in one!The first half is a "Happy Hour" of sorts (because it's five o'clock somewhere, right?), spinning the kinds of sounds you might have heard at a real, authentic 1960's DISCOTECH as cool cats and swingin' chicks danced the night away in their mod threads and mini skirts to hard-driving sounds under the flashing lights! The only thing missing are the cage dancers...but we're working on it!The second half is for when you head home after a wild night, and ease in with the heady, trippy, mind-expanding sounds of a groovy free-form UNDERGROUND rock radio station that digs deep into their library and blows your mind all over again!
He prefers to chill and be chilled. DJ never had plans to be on TV either, but when the producers of Total Drama Island spotted him pushing a row of 80 shopping carts across the parking lot at his part time grocery job they HAD to have this young giant on their show.
Eva has been kickboxing since she was three. She holds the world record for Highest Jumping Roundhouse Kick By A Five-Year Old. She's also done stunts for a few action films including Undercover Youngster and Wolverine Teen. Although her stunt work keeps her busy, Eva's parents make sure that she still has time for school.
She works at everything she does, but admits that her temper sometimes gets in the way. She has no time for phonies, poseurs, fakes, cheaters, or liars! If she spots one, you can bet she's gonna set them straight.
Her gym teacher recalls one time when Eva, his All Star Player of the Field Hockey Team, caught the other team cheating during the playoffs. Until then, he'd never seen a person crush a puck with their bare hands and eat the goalie net. It's too bad because he thinks that Eva would make a good leader if only she could control that temper. Which is ironic since Eva's goal is to be a leader one day.
Geoff grew up in a party town on the west coast. Spring break, long weekends, summertime - people came from all around to party in his town. Because of that, Geoff learned at a young age how to really party. REALLY.
Geoff enjoys spending time at the beach, camping, or anywhere else a party could be had. That's why Geoff auditioned for Total Drama Island, because it basically includes all his favourite things... people, camping and parties.
After auditioning for Total Drama Island and Total Drama Action and not making the cut both times, being part of Total Drama World Tour is a dream come true. Despite Trent, not competing on the season, she competes because of her love for music and singing. 2b1af7f3a8