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Express Your Love With Best Country Love Songs

There are many types of songs made every year. These songs can be made on various emotions like friendship, loneliness, festive, love, etc. Of all these emotions the love songs from the country side are really very popular. People love to listen to the country love songs. The best country love songs are really very touching. Sometimes you feel like the songs are depicting exactly what your heart is feeling at that very moment. The ting of the love that reflects in the best country love songs is just so fresh and touching that a person in love will feel it is just what they want to tell.

There are many countryside song writers that write very beautiful love songs. One such country side place where you can find the best country love songs is Nashville. There are many songwriters that write love songs but the love songs from the country side are just mind blowing. These songs are depicted in such a beautiful manner that it feels so true to the heart. A person who is in love with someone will surely miss his love if he will listen to these love songs.

There are many songwriters who write specifically love songs. The best country love songs are generally written when the song writers have passed through the situation. It brings more natural feeling to the song and people will get to know the things what they were not able to convey to the person whom they love. The main reason why the country love songs are so very much popular is that people who are not able to express their heart to their loved ones can easily do so by dedicating such love songs to them. It really helps them to do things in the right way.

So in case you are one of such people who are not good at expressing your love and feelings to your loved ones then you can look out for some best country love songs and then you can dedicate them to your love of life. In case you are not aware of any god love songs then you can hunt for them on the web. There are many websites where you can look out for such songs. So now expressing your love has also become really very much easier as compared to the earlier days. So what are you waiting for? Go and get the best country love songs for you love.

Nashville songwriters is Ben Krahne’ s creative project to share his Country love songs, thoughts & other best music collections about the industry.

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Most Impressive Songs of 2010

2010 is considered as the year of emerging stars including Justin Bieber and Willow Smith when they continuously released exciting songs which became hits on the Internet. This year, the world music also witnessed the success of famous stars such as Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and so on. Justin’s “Baby”, Willow Smith’s “Whip My Hair”, Eminem’s “Love the Way You Lie”, and Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” are selected as the most favorite songs of the year 2010 which made the singers gain fame and success.

 

“Teenage Dream”

“Teenage Dream” the midtempo pop song with a retro sound, has topped the charts in many countries including United States, New Zealand and Ireland as well as reached the top ten  list in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

 

“Teenage Dream” was released as the second single from third studio album of the same name of Katy Perry on July 23, 2010.

 

“Only Girl (In The World)”

“Only Girl (In The World)” is a song performed by the well-known singer Rihanna. It was taken from her fifth studio album, “Loud”.

 

The song topped most of the main charts around the world, giving Rihanna the ninth number on the Hot 100.

 

“Just the Way You Are”

“Just the Way You Are” released in the United States on July 20, 2010 is a sung by singer Bruno Mars. It brought Mars a Grammy nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance

 

“DJ Got Us Fallin\’ in Love”

2010 witnessed the come-back of the recording artist Usher with the impressive song “DJ Got Us Fallin\’ in Love”. The song has become a worldwide success and among the most successful singles in Usher\’s career.

 

“Love the Way You Lie”

“Love the Way You Lie” is the second single from album “Recovery” of the rapper Eminem. It was considered as the Best Rap/Hip-Hop Track at the Teen Choice Awards 2010.

 

“Whip My Hair”

“Whip My Hair” is a song by American recording artist Willow Smith. It has become famous on the Internet and created a lot of spoofs and parodies as well.

 

“Bad Romance”

“Bad Romance” has been performed by the recording artist Lady Gaga on many television shows. The song has received a Grammy nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.

 

“Forget You”

“Forget You” performed by Cee Lo Green is called “Fuck You!” at the first time. After being released on YouTube on August 19, the song became a top ten hit in Australia and Belgium and many other countries

 

“Dog Days Are Over”

“Dog Days Are Over” was taken from the album “Lungs” of singer Florence and the band The Machine. It was nominated for four MTV Video Music Awards and won for Best Art Direction on September 12, 2010.

 

“Baby”

“Baby”, performed by Justin Bieber, has received much positive reviews from the audiences. It has become Bieber\’s highest charting single in the United States when it ranked number five on the Billboard Hot 100.

 

 

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Learning Easy Guitar Songs

Once you have the chords and basic notes down on your acoustic guitar, the next step most beginners try is to find easy guitar songs to play and practice on. These easy guitar songs for beginners usually involve some basic notes and chords that you would have just learned and a tempo that is not too fast to keep up with, creating a good practice song for you to start helping you put notes and cords together into melodies.

A Horse with No Name

A Horse with No Name is performed by America, and it is a very popular song for beginners to use when looking for easy guitar songs to learn to play. One of the best things about A Horse with No Name is that, for beginners, there isn’t much moving around on the neck of the guitar. This is because the four simple chords used in this song, D6/9, Dmaj9, Em9 and Em, are played on only one fret, making it extremely easy for beginners to get the hang of.

Feeling Alright

Another of the great easy guitar songs for beginners is Feeling Alright by Dave Mason. Also very simple for those who are just learning to get songs together on the guitar, this song uses two chords, including C7 and F7 and only two frets. This song is on the very beginner side of this skill level because it is so very simple, even simpler than A Horse with No Name.

Wild Thing

Wild Thing has been performed by dozens of people, but the one that is among the easy guitar songs for beginners is the one that is performed by the Troggs. This song incorporates four simple chords along with a “stop” chord to create this simple melody. This is also simple as far as easy guitar songs go because the A chord uses only one finger, D chord uses two, E uses one again and the G chord is the thumb. The “stop chord” does not mean there will be any strumming, just muting the strings with your fingers.

Hurt

Johnny Cash performs Hurt, one of his more beautiful and later songs in his lifetime, which is also extremely popular among beginner guitar players. Among easy guitar songs for beginners, Hurt uses five chords with simple patterns, but it is also considered to be closer to an intermediate level rather than a beginner one. The chords are Am, C, D, F and G put together with different frets to make the melody. Online acoustic guitar lessons take special time to teach this one to beginners, but once a few of the aforementioned songs have been learned it can be accomplished by higher level beginners of all kinds.

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Five Favorite Hip Hop Radio Songs

Hip hop originated in New York City, the results of the creative endeavors of the Latino, Afro-Caribbean and African American artists living in the South Bronx during the 70’s. This music genre is made up of sampling, rapping, beat boxing and scratching.

Before the 80’s, the hip hop genre was mostly limited in scope to the borders of the United States of America. During the 80’s its popularity started spreading to other countries. Presently, hip hop enjoys a large following in every modern country on the globe. Recall, hip hop can be obtained on free online radio.

The influence of hip hop music has transcended genres and can be found in many different types of music. We’ve selected five songs from the Mix and Hitz Station lineups that are standouts in their fields and whether or not they fall under the heading of hip hop, we play them side-by-side with hip hop tracks on the Hitz and Mix stations.

“California Gurls” which is performed by Katy Perry. This song was made by Katy along with the famous hip hop recording star, Snoop Dogg. In this song, the amazing sounds of the guitar beats used in the 80’s can be heard clearly among the summer-themed lyrics.

“Imma Be” written and performed by the Black Eyed Peas. This recording by the Black Eyed Peas begins with slower tempo urban beats, then slowly changes in the middle of the song, it morphs into a funky dance track. It also boasts a music video that is a mix-up of Imma Be and another song, Rock That Body.

“Your Love Is My Drug” performed and recorded by Kesha. This number by Kesha is one of the songs in her debut album entitled ‘January’. Its soundtrack is a throw back to the 1980’s with a chorus line that speaks of adolescent love. This track is spontaneous, informal, and lively with auto tuned vocals. You can get this song on free online radio.

“Airplanes” by “B.o.B.” This song is by B.o.B, featuring Hayley Williams. Most of the melodies of this song are basically from the piano with an outstanding clapping backbeat. The song is one of the many from B.o.B’s debut album called ‘B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray’.

“Need You Now” by Lady Antebellum. An unique song by Lady Antebellum about yearning for late night friendship, this hit is written in the form of a beautifully composed ballad. By the Fall of 2009 it made it to number one on the country charts and then started getting play time on pop radio. In recreating the 2010 version, which is a pop mix, the country guitar that was used previously was substituted with an electric guitar. It is very intricate, but is has a certain magic to it.

“Telephone”, is a song written and performed by Lady Gaga, she originally displayed this incredible recording in ‘The Fame Monster’, just before its release. This is a club song, despite the fact that a harp was used in this top song, this song contains rapping performed by Beyonce Knowles. This song was first written for Britney Spears, but was brilliantly performed with stellar results by Lady Gaga subsequent to Spear’s record

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This is the first day for the kids of the village to learn this simple song. They are quick learners!
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Tips For Mixing Songs

I have got some basic and seemingly trivial advices regarding to mixing a song I want to share with you that are mostly missed by beginners.

Reverb & Delay

Personally, I think it’s important to keep your song a little ‘wet’. By wet I mean to apply some reverb and delay to your tracks — yes, even to the drum tracks! Note, it can be a real challenge to find a happy medium between wet and dry. Of course you shouldn’t get too dry — the listener has to notice that there is some reverb or delay, but more like on a subconscious level. I want to point out here that I’m talking about general wetness and not piercing delays you would want to use for a solo, like for instance in “No No No” by Deep Purple, or a highlighting reverb dosage at the end of a vocal’s verse like it’s to be found in “School” by Supertramp, or even an excessive, but beautiful use of reverb like in the solo of “Fools” by Deep Purple as well.

Since the individual instruments and their elements respond differently to one and the same reverb and moreover not every instrument requires the same ‘wetness’, you mostly should choose one particular reverb for each instrument. Naturally, it’s not desirable to have your tracks ‘swimming’ in reverb except you mean to do so.

Normally, drums (especially the snare since it’s so punchy) require only little and short reverb. I’d recommend to equalize it a little ‘bluntly’ so you get a soft sound impression. Piercing elements consisting of mainly high frequencies and a fast decay like the snare make your reverb stand out more than for instance a bass drum or a crash. The bass drum doesn’t have these penetrating frequencies and a crash has a very slow decay which both makes the reverb hardly noticeable.

Especially guitars and vocals require more brilliant reverbs since otherwise they tend to gain what I would call ‘vague outlines’. It’s up to you to choose the right reverb time and to determine its appropriate percentage, but especially with rock guitars I would prefer a delay because the overdrive sound tends to lose some ‘punch’ in combination with too much reverb.

In my experience, synthesizers, organs, and keyboards tolerate more reverberation without beginning to reverberate penetratingly.

Critical Frequency Bands

A big mistake I’ve often made in the past was to stress the low middle frequencies. You probably know that middle frequencies and especially the low mids are responsible for a warm sound impression. The issue I often had was to set up my sounds individually until they sounded great in themselves, but only without the rest of the tracks. And if you set up all your sounds separately, you’ll probably find that every instrument sounds full and balanced, but in the complete mix everything suddenly starts to sound awfully fuzzy and blurry.

There is a trick to doing that properly. You sort of have to consider your whole song as one instrument in order to equalize it properly — I know, it can be quite hard, especially since you have to analyze and set up every single track in a proper ratio to the others. As I wanted every single instrument to sound warm and full I almost every single time added a certain amount of low mids to middle frequencies (in the range of 200 to 500 Hz — that’s the critical point). Unfortunately these frequencies, if they’re accumulated much, tend to make the song sound ‘blunt’ and kind of stuffed full with ‘non-brilliancy’.

I made the experience that it is advisable to take out a certain amount of these frequencies especially with guitar, vocal, and synthesizer tracks, and to instead add these to bass guitars and bass drums.

Nohow would you want to take these completely out, but you’ll be astonished how full and balanced every single instrument sounds in the general view by reducing and shifting specifically low middle frequencies.

One more thing: Earlier I had been using loudspeakers that used to emphasize the high and low middle frequencies. Using non-linear loudspeakers can be a great issue with mixing your songs — back then I thought that all my master bounces were great and brilliant, but when I listened to them through linear loudspeakers the bounces sounded ‘as dry as a bone’. The ultimate key with monitoring songs is to firstly make them sound great through linear loudspeakers and secondly through non-linear, maybe even trashy ones.

Take An External View

There are some things anyone who is too much involved in mastering a song can easily misjudge.

It can be a big mistake, for instance, trying to make all instruments sound equally loud — that doesn’t really work. Well, actually it does work and it’s possible to make all tracks sound equally loud, but it’s probably not what you’re really looking for. I tried this myself and had to realize that it would pose more difficulties than it would solve problems. The big issue about this is that the listener doesn’t know on which element to focus and this makes listening quite taxing. Best, you create a mix that makes perfect sense to the listener and to which they can simply ‘abandon themselves’ without focusing.

The key is to so to speak allot a leading role to one particular instrument group and then to emphasize certain elements of this group. As soon as you have chosen a group to ‘play the leading role’, note that it is exactly the same important to also decide what particular element of the group shall undertake the leading role here. With drums I would always put the snare and bass drum into the foreground, with vocals you would probably choose the lead vocals and reduce the volume level of the others, and with let’s say two guitars you’d pick the lead guitar or, if there is none, the one that has more high frequencies or so. It’s the exact same thing as the golden section in painting.

If you’re now thinking: “Yeah well, but now my other instruments are kind of drowned in the rest”, I can reassure you — It’s not gonna happen. One often underestimates how well quiet instruments come through in a mix if they’re equalized cleverly.

One more advise for rock songs: If you want to make your song sound powerful, put your drums into the foreground (atonal instruments sometimes require more volume than you would expect). Next, the vocals and one of your guitars (if you got some), then the next guitar together with the bass guitar. At least I underestimated for a long time how much drums actually contribute to a powerful sound impression.

And one more psychological advice: Don’t let the graphics influence your mind and power of judgement. I know that sometimes they distracted my acoustic perception a bit, so I often hid my software interface while monitoring, or just opened a track mixer window in order to fully focus on the acoustic impression.

(c) Linus Schachten 2010 (Hamburg, Germany). All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

My brother and I recorded the brilliant song “White Room” by Cream and shot a video, too. For the video soundtrack we took our studio recording, put a ‘Space Designer’ on the output track, and adapted the reverb to the acoustic features of the room we were shooting the video in. If you want to know how this sounds without ‘over-applying’ the level of reverb, click on Linus & Dino “White Room”!

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Ho To Transfer Songs From Ipod To Computer?

It is a well established fact that Apple has created an absolute gem in music player. The Apple has taken the mp3 player market by storm and wiped out most of its competitors. Many people like Apple iPod for its delicate appearance and outstanding quality. However, there is a problem in front of users. There are many people who have used iPods for years, but they do not know how to transfer music from iPod to Computer. Although it is very easy to copy music from computer to iPod, but it is not so convinient to copy music from ipod to computer and thus Apple plays its part in reducing the chances of piracy. But it’s not like it cannot be done.
If you want to transfer music from ipod to computer; you would required an iPod, its data cable, a computer with sufficient space to store the files, and Apple itunes software. Copy-paste the files that you want in a folder on your hard drive. At this point of time, you would be thinking how the file names are to be renamed and identified. However, the best option is to open the saved folder in Apple iTunes. After doing so, you will have all your music files sorted out in the iTunes music library. In the library, you will be able to view the names of the files.
Guide: How to Import Songs from iPod to Computer?
Step1: Plug the iPod into the USB. Launch the program and it will search for the device automatically. If the device is available, the files will be shown in the list.
Step 2: Under the various lists in view, there is an option for showing the hidden files and folders. Choose the list and files you want to transfer, click the “Export” button.
Step 3: The following window will pop up after you export the selected music. And you can choose transfer to computer or iTunes directly.
Step 4: When finished, You can click the “OK” button to view the output files.
I hope this write up has given you the basic guidelines on how to transfer ipod music to computer. To transfer music from iPod to computer, it will not take a very long time, unless you have a huge store of music, which you will want to copy to your computer from iPod.

The authour is the Lead Audio and Video Analyst for PC Magazine.She spends most of his time in the labs testing ipod and media extenders.Now she is focusing on how to transfer ipod music to computer with an ipod to computer transfer software.

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