Music Bullet: Make Your New Device a Portable Sound System

Everyone loves today’s new music device technology – iPod, iPad, MP3, Tablets, Cell Phones and whatever else is around the corner – but the speakers on these devices leave a lot to be desired. Most of them have little, if no, bass capability. The new Music Bullet from As Seen on TV hit the market to change that. This small & sleek “bullet” gives your devices a totally portable sound system with quality “concert” sound.

The Music Bullet is very small at only a few inches high, but it gives a sound quality that brings your music to life. And if you like to hear a little bass, then this speaker is made just for you. In fact, you can expand or decrease the height to adjust the level of bass you want.

And if you’re like me & use your cell phone in the office a lot for business calls, it works great as a speakerphone, giving your calls crystal-clear quality. Just connect the Music Bullet to your device(s) using the USB connection with a retractable 20-inch cord. You can even increase the sound and clarity of your net book or laptop computer (which we all know the sound quality of these devices is terrible). When you’re done, the retractable 20-inch cord will store neatly inside the bottom of the Music Bullet’s casing.

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Audacity – An Audio Editor for All Times

When it comes to music life, there is much advancement that has come up and almost anybody can open up a recording studio as long as he or she is knowledgeable of the media. There are many software developments that have made it possible for a person to make a personal computer into his own recording studio. Now there is audacity a program by open source that makes it possible for you to edit, cut and insert clips on a piece of song. This program, as powerful as it is, is given out for free and one can grab one by visiting the audacity website.


There are many advantages in using audacity in your music development. The first one which is pretty clear and outspoken is it being provided for free hence you do not have to use any money to purchase the software. Since it is from an open source cloud, it is ever being implemented and new adjustments made to make it better. Like they say two are better than one, this program is under development by many people in the world who have come together to strengthen this saying. Since there are many operating software’s in the market, the developers if audacity has seen to it that you make a point of making it compatible to almost all operating systems in the computing environment.

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Job Description: Represents musical acts and guides all aspects of an artist’s profession. Since the examine was released, Assist Musicians UK’s well being and welfare division has seen a 22 percent enhance in requests for psychological health help instantly from musicians. Musicians with … Read More

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Martin Garrix to Soundtrack UEFA EURO 2020

Martin Garrix to Soundtrack UEFA EURO 2020

Coming hot out of Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), Martin Garrix is gearing up for his biggest project to date.

He’s teaming up with UEFA EURO 2020 to soundtrack the league’s final draw and produce the official song. Over the weekend, the 23-year-old superstar DJ/producer announced his new role while performing a hometown show at ADE.

The song will be revealed in spring 2020 and performed for the first time at the UEFA EURO 2020 opening ceremony at the Olimpico in Rome on June 12, 2020.

“It’s crazy to think that UEFA EURO 2020 will be held across 12 different cities, but it’s the perfect way to celebrate 60 years of this incredible competition. Music is my passion, but I’m also a huge football fan, so it’s extra special for me to be able to create the official song for what will be the biggest EURO in history.” – Martin Garrix

Just yesterday, Garrix ranked No. 2 on DJ Mag‘s 2019 Top 100 DJs list, after coming in at No. 1 for three consecutive years.

See below and get hyped for the UEFA Euro 2020!

Martin Garrix – UEFA EURO 2020

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Mersiv Calls Out DJs Who Brand with "Dark Evil Shit,” Svdden Death & More Respond

Mersiv Calls Out DJs Who Brand with “Dark Evil Shit,” Svdden Death & More Respond

Nothing like some quality Twitter beef for your Sunday…

Svdden Death and more are shutting down Mersiv for comments about DJs who use “satanic symbolism” and “dark evil shit” in their branding.

Of course with Svdden Death, the name and the project has a tendency to be dark leaned. However, as long as visuals/concepts/branding/etc. aren’t hurting anyone — there shouldn’t be a problem, right?

Mersiv doesn’t seem to think so:

“Shoutout to all the DJs that can push their music without branding off of satanic symbolism and dark evil shit,” he says in the tweet below.

Svdden Death has responded:

“cowards are scared of expression. do whatever you want and don’t listen to woke gatekeepers. music and art is about conveying every emotion, not just the ones that make you comfortable. (also I’m sick of the implication that dark = satanic = bad)”

More and more are chiming in. What do you think?

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Sony Announces Groundbreaking 360 Reality Audio

Sony Announces Groundbreaking 360 Reality Audio

The future of music is here — as Sony has announced its groundbreaking 360 Reality Audio. It’s made for music lovers by music lovers and is about to change the game as we know it.

In late Fall, Sony plans to unleash its cutting-edge audio upgrade — which relies on object-based spatial audio technology to take our listening experience to the next level. The result is fully immersive, 360-degree audio, which sounds exactly the way the artist intended.

Upon its launch, 1,000 songs including 100 live concert recordings will be made available by a variety of artists like Mark Ronson, Billy Joel, Bob Dylan, Charli XCX and Pharrell Williams. Users can expect plenty more music to be added as 360 Reality Audio progresses.

Listeners can experience 360 Reality Audio through most headphones and participating apps. Using Sony’s own headphones and Headphones Connect app will reportedly provide optimum results.

As described by Sony, “Vocals, chorus and instruments [will be tagged with] positional information of distance and angle to suit their creative and artistic purpose.”

Watch below and check out more via 360 Reality Audio’s official website.

Sony’s 360 Reality Audio


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WATCH: Deadmau5 & Diplo Feature On David Spade’s New Talk Show

David Spade has a new show on Comedy Central called Lights Out, but one thing they’ve been missing is a house band. In the latest episode, Spade shifts his focus from a band to a DJ, and calls upon the talents of deadmau5 to audition for the part.

Spade really hit his stride in comedy long, long ago, and this segment is a particularly strong highlight of that fact. Still, mau5 goes along for the ride while Spade hurls backhanded compliments at him and does his best to stick it out until the end. Though, of course, by the end, he’s had enough and says, “Fuck this. I’m gonna go shit in his hat.”

On another far more recent episode, Diplo was an actual guest on the show when Whitney Cummings pointed out that he and Spade were like a before and after of each other. Thomas Lennon then looks at them both and asks, “Um… working out [motioning toward Diplo]? Or crack [motioning toward Spade]?”


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STUDY: One In Six Young Drivers Use Snapchat Behind the Wheel

Snapchat and driving don’t mix — but people continue to push it.

According to a new study, one in six young drivers use the popular app behind the wheel. In other words, 16 percent of people confessed to using Snapchat while driving — a number that could be even greater considering some people wouldn’t want to admit the dangerous act.

PhD researcher Verity Truelove said: “The vast majority of these app users (71 percent) said they most commonly used it while stopped at a red light, but three percent said they most commonly used Snapchat while driving at any speed.”

“But the majority of survey respondents (69 percent) said they knew of someone who did send videos or photos of Snapchat while driving,” she said.

Specifically, Queensland drivers are the ones facing these threats, but we can’t help but believe the problem is similar anywhere and everywhere with mobile service.

For the study, QUT’s Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety-Queensland (CARRS-Q) surveyed 503 Queensland drivers from ages 17 to 25 about Snapchat use on the road.


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Armin van Buuren Releases New Song With Ne-Yo, “Unlove You,” Off Forthcoming Album

A little over a month ago, legend Armin van Buuren announced his seventh studio albumBalance, one of his most expansive and ambitious projects to date with 28 tracks and collaborations with the likes of Conrad Sewell, Cimo Fränke, and more. But without a doubt, one of the collaborations that most caught our attention was “Unlove You” with Ne-Yo.

That single is out today, and already proving different than Armin’s typical fare. Beginning with a sort of ’80s R&B piano melody, it quickly moves into a groovy deep house rhythm with Ne-Yo’s crooning voice. Undeniably catchy, “Unlove You” sees the seminal artists explore the subject of a recognizable post-breakup dilemma in their own unique way.

Armin van Buuren said of the collaboration, “Part of the beauty of having no limitations at all in the studio is that I get to work with the most talented people no matter what ‘genre’ they’re in, and NE-YO is no exception. It’s an honor to have worked together. We both built a legacy in our own respective scenes, and I’m grateful we were able to bridge the gap between them through ‘Unlove You’.”

NE-YO added, “I already loved this song because of its subject matter, as it’s familiar territory. But Armin’s musical interpretation takes it to a whole other level. The energy is contagious!”

Listen to “Unlove You” below and here on all streaming services.

Armin van Buuren feat. Ne-Yo – Unlove You [Lyrics]

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Illenium Enters DJ Mag Top 100 DJs List Strong at 64

Illenium is tearing it up in 2019 and DJ Mag has taken notice. The DJ/producer enters the publication’s coveted Top 100 DJs list, holding it down strong at 64, just barely missing the highest new entry to Fisher at 63.

Entering so high on the list speaks volumes to Illenium’s massive talent and insane following. Not to mention, this year has been a huge one.

In 2019, Illenium dropped his third studio album Ascend, took on Madison Square Garden, and sold out three nights of Red Rocks (though the first night was canceled due to weather).

Illenium’s steady rise over the past few years is championed by this honor.

See his chat with DJ Mag below.

Illenium – Top 100 DJs – No. 64


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Breaking Down The 2019 DJ Mag Top 100

The last couple years in EDM have seen a considerable amount of upheaval. DJs overall are being more open about their mental health, leading to inconsistent touring, as well as engendering them with a broader audience. New artists are making waves, main stage DJs are stagnating, and younger artists are showing their stamina and drive more than ever. Now that the full results of this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 have been revealed, let’s take an in depth look at how this year compares to previous years.

New blood

Whereas 2017 has sixteen new entries, 2018 only had five. This year, there were twelve new entries, including two powerhouse women in techno, Peggy Gou and Charlotte De Witte. Other names like Henri PFR, Solardo, and Deniz Koyu have been in the game for a while and seem to be finally gaining recognition, at least within the scope of the Top 100.

But notable among the new names are Illenium and Fisher, who came in at 64 and 63, respectively. Illenium has long been eligible for the list, but it appears that his notoriety has finally hit a fever pitch. With major shows at Madison Square Garden and Red Rocks, as well as a stellar third album, he deserved it this year more than ever. On the same note, Fisher has become something of an icon and his placement in the list is no surprise at all.

Women continue to rise

Four women made it on the DJ Mag

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DJ Mag Top 100 - Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Reclaim #1

DJ Mag Top 100 – Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Reclaim #1

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have done it!

The dynamic duo has officially been named DJ Mag‘s No. 1 DJ act for 2019, reclaiming the top spot after four years.

The duo, consisting of brothers Dimitri Thivaios and Michael Thivaios, also received the top honor in 2015 and were ranked No. 2 in recent years — 2014, 2016, 2017, and 2018. It was only a matter of time before they took over again.

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have experienced a big year in 2019 — which marked the launch of their own eSports organization and new Mortal Kombat game. They also collaborated with Paris Hilton, headed up Tomorrowland Winter and even gotten into acting.

Previously, Martin Garrix held down the title for three years running.

Huge congrats to Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike! They have a lot to celebrate today.

See the 2019 DJ Mag Top 100 DJs list in full here.

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DJ Mag Top 100 Reveals First 50 Artists For 2019

DJ Mag Top 100 Reveals First 50 Artists For 2019

We’re slowly working our way through the DJ Mag Top 100 countdown live right now — FOLLOW ALONG HERE — and there’s already a lot to say about the first 50 artists revealed. There are a bunch of new entries, and women are ranking higher than ever.

At the same time, a lot of traditional main stage DJs are trending down year over year, with Diplo, Deadmau5, Kygo, and Alesso all ranked down in consecutive years.

See the 100-51 below!

DJ Mag Top 100-51

100. Solomun [Down 9]
99. Swanky Tunes [Down 28]
98. Florian Picasso [Down 36]
97. Henry PFR [New Entry]
96. D.O.D [New Entry]
95. Sub Zero Project [New Entry]
94. Rave Republic [Up 4]
93. Julian Jordan [Re-Entry]
92. Daddy’s Groove [Down 12]
91. Paul Kalkbrenner [Up 4]
90. Black Coffee [Re-Entry]
89. Thomas Gold [Re-Entry]
88. Solardo [New Entry]
87. Paul van Dyk [Down 32]
86. Marco Carola [No Movement]
85. Boris Brejcha [New Entry]
84. Tom & Collins [New Entry]
83. Vicetone [Re-Entry]
82. Robin Schulz [Down 22]
81. Deniz Koyu [New Entry]
80. Peggy Gou [New Entry]
79. Andy C [Highest D&B] [Up 11]
78. Lucas & Steve [Up 14]
77. Yellow Claw [Down 30]
76. Cedric Gervais [Up 11]
75. Warface [Re-Entry]
74. Charlotte De Witte [New Entry]
73. Carl Nunes [Up 26]
72. Carta [Up 1]
71. deadmau5 [Down 12]
70. 3 Are Legend [New Entry]
69. Miss K8 [Down 4]
68. Da Tweekaz [Up 8]
67. Diplo [Down 25]

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It’s that time of year again, when tempers flare and questions are raised about, “Why isn’t my favorite DJ number one?!” Yes, the DJ Mag Top 100 is being revealed today. We’ve already put out our own predictions for the top 10 this year, which has Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike regaining their #1 title over Martin Garrix. But in reality, who knows!

This year has been through the ringer as far as upsets, newcomers, and lapses. Plenty of DJs have been taking breaks from touring that would have them out of the public eye compared to past years, while plenty of others have ramped up their touring and are in front of more people than ever before.

Touring isn’t everything though, as producers also have to release music consistently to keep their fanbase engaged. How often a producer releases music varies from individual to individual, but safe to say that if someone hasn’t released a song all year, they probably won’t fare too well on the list.

DJ Mag is announcing the Top 100 live on Twitter right now! See the full list UPDATED LIVE below as we approach the final #1 DJ of 2019!

DJ Mag Top 100

100. Solomun [Down 9]
99. Swanky Tunes [Down 28]
98. Florian Picasso [Down 36]
97. Henry PFR [New Entry]
96. D.O.D [New Entry]
95. Sub Zero Project [New Entry]
94. Rave Republic [Up 4]
93. Julian Jordan [Re-Entry]
92. Daddy’s Groove [Down 12]
91. Paul Kalkbrenner [Up 4]

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