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Make Your Budget Go Further

The most expensive equipment used in a music concert is the PA system. The PA system consists of a minimum 100 watt system if you intend perform in public, a Power Pod Amplifier or Mixing Desk with integral power unit, a pair of Speakers microphones of your choice, long Speaker Leads and Microphone lead. It might be a good idea to get a monitor to help you hear your backing track and voice better.

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BBC Tops Live Radio

Marconi himself was associated with the establishment of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in the 1920s. It does much more than broadcast music, and has spread from Britain to every part of the world. It is one of the defining phenomena of the 20th century, and continues to be a major force of public information and entertainment in our times. Why is it such an eminent choice for music lovers?

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New Models of the Rich and Famous

Large headphones and tiny MP3 players are signs that you have arrived! The rich and famous love to make an impression with their music, though we might not know their favorite tunes! Perhaps they use music to shut out the rest of the world, especially adoring fans, even when they appear in public for fleeting moments. Manufacturers have latched on to the trend and offer players and cell phones with exaggerated signs of opulence.

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Voice Training: Everyone Can Do It!

Most people are blessed with an ear for music and good voices but to be something more than just a ‘bathroom singer’ most voices need to be trained. Voice training in order to take up music or singing professionally can be an expensive business so it may be a good idea to check certain basics out on your own before making the investment.

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The Wondrous Sitar

Music lovers the world over remain indebted to the Indian maestro Ravi Shankar, and to George Harrison of the Beatles, for bringing the sitar to its rightful international place on the global stage for the best musical instruments ever invented. Ravi Shankar has devoted his entire life to playing classical music on the sitar, having started in the years before World War II. He is the recipient of endless awards and accolades, but they all put together cannot recognize his genius in full measure. It is only a tangential issue that his handling of this complex instrument is so technically perfect.

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