The Future of Music

The Future of Music


Sarah wakes up with a start. She’s groggy and has a nasty headache. “Ugh I thought these were supposed to be
hangover-free… Probably shouldn’t have drank that last
one, though.” Sarah grabs her tablet and checks her replies. She was up late hanging out a bunch of patrons
last night in VR. She doesn’t always feel like being social,
but she’s so grateful for her fans — she wouldn’t be able to make a living as Blink
without them. Every time she releases a new song or plays
a show online, a few thousand bucks from her Patreon supporters gets deposited into her
bank account. With the money, she was able to quit her part-time
job last year and focus on her band full-time. Rent in Brooklyn isn’t cheap, and neither
are her internet bills. Streaming 3D volumetric video out to thousands
of fans takes a LOT of bandwidth. Her basic income is great, but it just doesn’t
stretch that far. These hangouts are a way of paying back her
biggest fans. But they also gives her a chance to workshop
new songs without leaving her place. She feels good about this new one. It came together quickly and without a lot
of effort. That’s always a good sign. OK time to get to work. She stumbles out of bed and throws on a t-shirt. She puts on her haptic gloves and Warby Parker
mixed reality glasses. These are a huge step up from the clunky VR
rigs of the late teens. She switches on the VR blackout mode and her
drab apartment disappears. This is her favorite part. She opens her eyes and looks around her VR
studio, which has a tropical vibe this month. Her Ableton session is already loaded up with
the track she was working on last night. She doesn’t even bother with a monitor in
real life — this 30 foot screen suits her just fine. She recently upgraded all her real-world gear
so it tracks in VR. She loves the feel of real keys or guitar
strings under her fingers, but wanted the freedom of mixed reality upgrades. So now she gets the best of both worlds. She plays back the track. It sounds good, but she needs to rehearse
it with her drummer. She pings Jason and he pops into the studio
already seated at his kit. Jason lives all the way out in Portland. Fortunately, both of them signed up for Google
fiber as soon as it became available a few years ago, allowing them to play together
in VR without any lag. Jason isn’t much of a talker, so they get
right to business. As the tiny volumetric cameras in each corner
of her room replicate her every movement in VR, she counts off the intro on her MPC and
they run the song. She walks over to her endless modular synth. Her one real-world synth expands out to an
array of virtual ones. Her haptic gloves deliver convincing tingles
to her fingers as she tweaks and rewires the synth until she gets the exact sound she hears
in her head. She’s obsessed with this thing. She also hacked her Push controller so little
bursts of flame erupt when she triggers certain samples. Her fans love it, and its great for VR gigs. One of her favorite things about VR is that
she can create instruments that couldn’t exist in real-life. She turns around to face her latest project,
a weird looking cube that plays like the world’s greatest theremin. Actual theremins are notoriously hard to play
since you don’t get any touch feedback from the instrument and you can’t see what you’re
doing. With the cube, she can see and feel the notes
she’s playing. And the synth lines she can make with this
thing sound like nothing else out there. So much fun. They practice the song more than a dozen times
until it sounds just right. Sarah has a really specific vision when it
comes to Blink’s music and visuals. She’s hands on with every aspect her live
shows, creating the music, the costumes, her avatar, and pyro and special effects. She sees that it’s almost time for doors. She cues up all the assets and loads the full
VR concert set she put together. NICE. Blink makes all of her music and visuals available
to share and remix via Creative Commons. The avatar she released has been remixed by
her fans hundreds of times. She loves showing off their work, and she
picks one of her favorites for tonight’s gig. Jason opts for something a bit more simple… “God damn it Jason. The stupid cowboy hat again?” “Yep.” “I’m over here in a flaming jumpsuit and you’re
going to wear a fucking cowboy hat!?” “That’s right.” “Ugh. Whatever. Let’s do this.” She opens the doors and minimizes her VR screen. Some of Blink’s most loyal fans have already
turned up. Oh hey Electric Dave’s here. That guy is awesome. Back in the 20s, VR concerts — along with
sports, gaming, education, telecommuting apps and, let’s face it, porn — helped pushed
VR into the mainstream. Since music is effectively free via streaming
and, like most artists, she doesn’t need or want to sign with a major label, most of
Blink’s money comes from shows — both real-world and VR gigs. Sarah still prefers the real thing, but VR
concerts have their advantages. Tickets are cheaper. They’re carbon-neutral. They give people in small towns access to
shows they can’t see in person. There is no more random people shoving past
you. No more long beer lines. And — best of all for short people — nobody
to block your view. Because, you know, you could fly. Or be 10 feet tall. Or you could be a fish. You could do that too. Sarah gives Jason the signal, and she hits
the lights. They launch into their first song — she
loves playing this one…

5 Mexican singers you SHOULD know | MEXICAN MUSIC 🇲🇽

5 Mexican singers you SHOULD know | MEXICAN MUSIC 🇲🇽


Since we’ve been talking about “la Latinidad” lately, I’ve decided to make this list with 5 Mexican singers, musicians or
bands that I think everyone should listen to because they’re the coolest! The first singer in this list is Julieta Venegas. Many of you may already
be familiar with her songs and I’ve already mentioned her in another video. Julieta was born in the United States, but she grew up in Tijuana and she’s
very well-known not only in Mexico, but also in Latin America in general and
also Spain. Her music genre is pop-rock and she has collaborated with many, many artists throughout the years and throughout the world. I see her as a Marisa Monte (Brazilian singer) of Mexico and, in fact, she has collaborated with Marisa Monte before. [Julieta Venegas and Marisa Monte singing “Ilusión”] The duo Rodrigo y Gabriela is not a singing duo, but an acoustic guitar duo
and they play instrumental music which they describe
as acoustic rock and their songs are deeply influenced by flamenco. Their songs are simply electrifying and you have to listen to it to understand what
I’m talking about. [Rodrigo y Gabriela playing “Hanuman”] Carla Morrison’s songs are profound and
sweet at the same time and I love her work, so much so that I’ve posted a cover
of one of her songs a few months ago here on my channel. Her music genre is indie-pop and the two things I like the most about her music are the lyrics and
her voice. [Carla Morrison singing “Compartir”] Café Tacvba is an
alternative rock band that’s been active for many, many years. They released their
first album back in 1992 and they’re still one of the most important bands of
the genre called rock en español. [Café Tacvba playing “Como te extraño”] And last, but definitely not least, is
Natalia Lafourcade. Natalia’s genre is indie-pop and her songs are influenced
by folk music and bossa nova and I think her songs are wonderful and captivating
and one of my favorite ones is her version of “Amor de mis amores” by
Mexican composer Agustín Lara. [Natalia Lafourcade singing “Amor de mis amores”] Well, I hope you have enjoyed
this list of Mexican singers and musicians that I love and I hope you can
discover more and more about the Mexican music world which is very rich. And if you have suggestions of other Mexican singers you enjoy, leave a comment below
so I can check them out as well. A big kiss and see you next time! 🙂

Egyptian sad song | Tamer ashor | kalmoha 3any – English subtitle – تامر عاشور كلموها عنى

Egyptian sad song | Tamer ashor | kalmoha 3any  – English subtitle –  تامر عاشور كلموها عنى


Tell her about me Let her know that i’m still love her And please someone tell her I’m asking about her and how is her ? Someone tell her there is no love after her The rest of her memories make me still alive I remember a days with her Because i still have hope My heart , why should i forget her ? I remember a days with her If i don’t talk about this days What will i talk about ? If i meet someone else and fall in a new love I still remember her and her love Please someone tell her i’m asking about her and how is her ? Someone tell her there is no love after her The rest of her memories make me still alive I remember a days with her Because I still have a hope My heart , why should i forget her ? I remember a days with her If i don’t talk about this days What will i talk about ? I remember a days with her Because I still have a hope My heart , why should i forget her ? I remember a days with her If i don’t talk about this days What will i talk about ?

AJ Edwards – “Amusement Parks” (Official Music Video)

AJ Edwards – “Amusement Parks” (Official Music Video)


(melodic electronic/piano music) She don’t mind the beach in the winter time. She don’t mind that I call her mine, so I call her mine. But I can’t stop talking about her. So much out there that she wants to see. So much about her that convinces me. And I’m not one to believe, but I’m damn
near off of my feet. And there is poetry in auburn hair. I felt the stanzas right before the break
in her stare. I feel a golden age at arm’s length and
all the good intended for me. The amusement parks ain’t open yet, but
now fun comes easily. She’s everything that I can’t quite place. Yet I’m exposed like a call that’s been traced. See the valentines, they’re written all over my face. And there is poetry in auburn hair. I feel the stanzas right before the break
in her stare. I feel a golden age at arm’s length and all the good intended for me. The amusement parks ain’t open yet, but
now fun comes easily. And I’m just the loneliness of a bachelor. When I’m without her I recall her apologies
of predictability. There’s nothing I want more. More than poetry in auburn hair. I felt the stanzas right before the break
in her stare. There is poetry in auburn hair. I felt the stanzas right before the break
in her stare. I feel a golden age at arm’s length and
all the good intended for me. The amusement parks ain’t open yet, but
now fun comes easily. The amusement parks ain’t open yet, but
now fun comes easily. The amusement parks ain’t open yet, but
now fun comes easily.

Melania Trump fury: Singer demands ‘alienated’ FLOTUS ‘do something good’ for world – News 247

Melania Trump fury: Singer demands ‘alienated’ FLOTUS ‘do something good’ for world  – News 247


 Melania Trump is being “alienated” because she has forgotten her roots after failing to return to her home country in over ten years, according to the Croatian singer Miki Solus recently dedicated his song Melanija to the First Lady of the United States (FLOTUS) in which he urged the “Slovenian Rose” to help “save this world ” Speaking to Total Croatia News, Mr Solus said: “I find it interesting that Melania has completely lost contact with her Slovenian homeland and the entire Balkan region  “She has reportedly not been in Slovenia for ten years, let alone to her birthplace  “She’s alienated, and I want to remind her, through my song, to think about her roots a little, who she is and where she comes from  “And to influence her husband a little since she is in such a powerful position to do something good for this world ” Mr Solus, who heavily criticised US President Donald Trump in his song, also jokingly admitted to feeling concerned about potential repercussions for dedicating a song to the FLOTUS   He continued: “I’m a little scared, I’m thinking, Uh-oh, what if someone deletes my YouTube video in ten days, what if the CIA or the FBI come to my door, but I hope there won’t be any retaliation  “I would be powerless in that situation. I could fight and sue against this or that, but against the FBI or the US I don’t stand a chance, the song will be gone and maybe I will be too…I’ll disappear, yeah ” Melania Trump was born Melanija Knav in the Slovenian city of Novo Mesto, near the Croatian border After working as a model for several fashion agencies in Milan and Paris, the now-First Lady moved to the United States in 1998  The US President revealed in 2005 he had met Melania at a New York Fashion Week event in 1998 after he was invited by a friend to meet a supermodel working at the gathering    Speaking to TV host Larry King, Donald Trump said: “I went crazy. I was actually supposed to meet somebody else  “There was this great supermodel sitting next to Melania. I was supposed to meet this supermodel  “They said, ‘Look, there’s so and so.’ I said, ‘Forget about her. Who is the one on the left?’ And it was Melania ” Discussing the encounter, Mrs Trump said: “I knew who he was but I didn’t know about his life, about what was going on    Trending  “I had my life, I didn’t care about his. I wasn’t starstruck.” The First Lady admitted to having refused to give Donald Trump her phone number as he had arrived at the party with a different date but accepted when he offered his contact details  The couple tied the knot in a lavish ceremony at the Episcopal Church in Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida in 2005 before holding a reception at Mr Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort The following year, they welcomed their only son Barron Trump.  The US President and Melania Trump lived separately for the first five months of his presidency due to reports suggesting the First Lady wanted their son to finish the school year in New York before moving to Washington  In the 2018 book ‘Fire and Fire: Inside the Trump White House’, author Michael Wolff claimed: “He retreated to his own bedroom – the first time since the Kennedy White House that a presidential couple had maintained separate rooms ” This was confirmed by Us Weekly, which asserted that Melania “refuses to share a bed with Donald even on the rare occasions when they sleep in the same city”

Skype – Jus Reign (SAD SONG PUNJABI NEW 2012)

Skype – Jus Reign (SAD SONG PUNJABI NEW 2012)


A tale… of a love so far away… The boy sits in India… The girl studies in Canada. The boy’s heart yearns for the girl… yet he has never met her. Her stalks her pictures on facebook, reads all her posts… and that’s when he finds her Skype address. All day, and all night… we waits for her to come online. But alas, online, the girl never appears. She never… appears online. On skype I wait for you… On skype baby girl… in rememberance wait for YooOOoOoOoOoOo… (x2) Counting your pictures on facebook… I fall in love with yOoOoOuuu. On my laptop I sit there counting… waiting for yOoOoOoUuu On Skype I sit there… waiting for yoOoOOOoOou On skype I sit waiting… oOoOh, on skype I sit waiting. Can’t get my Visa, ooOoOoh! Can’t get my visa! Left in India, reading your letters… (x2) Poked you on facebook so many times. Poke Poke on the facebook too… I fell in LoOoOoOvee (x2) Counting your pictures on facebook, I fall in love with YoOoOoOuu Sitting on my laptop girl, I fall in love with YoOoOoOuu Sitting on Skype baby girl… I wait for yOoOoOoOuuu. (x2)

(UPDATE) [MYSTERIOUS SONG] Help me find the name? – Sat-R-Day – Hot Shot

(UPDATE) [MYSTERIOUS SONG] Help me find the name? – Sat-R-Day – Hot Shot


She’s a hot shot
want her in my drop top
Make her body rock
Take her home with me She’s a hot shot
Want her in her G spot
Girl it makes me hot
real life fantasy She’s a hot shot
want her in my drop top
Make her body rock
Take her home with me