We look at music today as a behemoth that has so many different forms, genres and sub-genres than we can count.But have you ever considered where all these forms of music came from?
If someone asked me about two or three years ago,” what is the best form of consuming literature?”, I wouldn’t have hesitated to tell them it was reading books. Books have been a staple of any culture for hundreds of years and and still remain incredibly popular even today. But there’s just one problem, books are in the decline. It is happening very slowly but surely, and the world dipping further into the depths of technology is mostly to blame.
It’s no secret that music has so many effects on those who hear it. In movies, music conveys a particular feeling or mood that is designed to compliment a scene. Try to imagine some of the iconic scenes in film, like that scene in the matrix where Neo(played by the legendary Keanu Reaves) dodges a barrage of bullets with such flair and grace. Now, imagine how you felt ,indeed, It was the music that set the mood and tone of the whole scene.
Growing concerns amongst parents over their child’s playing habits have recently opened dialogue over which toys and devices kids prioritise as a pastime. And new research has discovered that children are spending more time on touchscreens over a traditional choice of toy.
Planning and building a home studio is quite a big task, no? It must take months of research and preparation, right…? Majority of novice artists/musicians seem to think so, often they see it as a gargantuan task. However, initially getting started is a lot simpler than most might imagine. After all, there are only a handful of basic necessities required to start building a robust home studio.
Hola, fellow jinglers! Here at Silent Media we like to remember the legends, of thematic song crafting, that graced the art before our time.
In our latest series we will be highlighting and critiquing the jingles that accompanied the most influential toys and cartoon characters of all time! Taking a brief look at history and analysing the composers behind the genius we’ll gain insight of what went into cooking these jingles.
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