“Soundtrack” (Used 584 times)
Mikkie_Mills on 05/31/2019 at 09:25PM
To sleep or not to sleep is never really the question one wants to ask. The one part of life that is unavoidable and beyond necessary is our sleep needs. Sleep is never overrated. It is imperative. We sleep to heal, we sleep to rejuvenate, we sleep to live again. There is an alarming rate of Americans that are not getting enough sleep. One out of Three Americans are not getting enough sleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation, At least 45% of Americans say that lack of sleep is affecting their lifestyles and daily routines. There is a difference between sleep quantity and sleep quality. Stress and leading an unsatisfactory life are two things that can lead to low quality sleep. Health and wellness go hand in hand with a person's sleep life.
There are so many factors that lead to loss of quality sleep. There are differences between the genders that play a role in sleep issues. For men it is more likely that they have snoring issues, while women are more likely to suffer due to insomnia. Sleep Apnea is also an issue for at least 11% of Americans. Lots of people who suffer from this condition are still not diagnosed. Sleep studies are being performed continuously to help those in need of solutions.
One possible solution to getting to sleep can be addressed by finding soundtracks that compliment sleep. There are several options to try that can result in better sleep habits. Here are a few suggestions that can lend to more quality sleep.
To the Moon and Back- Luke Bryan
Hallelujah- Rufus Wainwright
Like Real People Do- Hozier
Tiny Dancer- Elton John
One- Ed Sheeran
Return to Me- Dean Martin
Once Upon a Dream- Lana Del Rey
Can’t Stop- OneRepublic
The Edge of A Dream - Minnie Riperton
I Want to Write You a Song- One Direction
If I Could Fly- One Direction
Online there are so many more songs that you can find to get right into the best mood to sleep.
The correlation between being in a comfortable state of mind and getting ready for sleep can be altered by music. Music is one of the most comforting things we have in this life. The notes, words, and tunes can actually place us in a state of relaxation. In terms of other ways to enhance sleep pillows and mattress play an important role. Industries have come up with various mattresses to compliment sleep. One of these new and beneficial beds is a natural latex mattress. These mattresses are organically resistant to body heat, dust mites, and mold just to name a few of the benefits to owning a latex mattress.
Our bodies need to be in a comfortable position from head to toe in order for our entire body to relax, but that is not all that needs to happen in order for us to get the best sleep possible. Clearing our minds and/or placing something on our minds is also needed. It is also recommended to listen to the sounds of nature, like waterfalls, birds, and running rivers.
If you are experiencing any type of sleep disorder it is surely affecting the way you live your life daily. In these times there are many ways to assist in regaining quality sleep. Be willing to explore different ways to find your best sleep situation. Music, Comfort, Bedding, Pillows, Environment, Temperature, Regular checkups for diagnosis for possible ailments that can trigger sleep disorders are all ways to confront sleep issues.
cheyenne_h on 08/15/2018 at 02:13PM
It happens to many of us at one time or other - a copyright claim on a video you've uploaded to YouTube!
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How does this happen? Through YouTube's "Content ID" system.
Content ID relies on third-party companies that feed YouTube content to "watch" for matches. If your video is flagged, it simply means that the video or audio has matched to something in a Content ID database. Don't worry! The best approach is to reach out to the artists themselves, and I'll explain why below. You're not alone. And you may be confused about why this has happened to you, even though you may have been using correct attribution and meeting the requirements of the license. There are a few potential reasons - and that's why I'm writing this.
1. The music you tried to upload isn't licensed for video.
Oops! Did you read the license? If it has "ND" anywhere in it, that means it's not intended for use in video without further permission. That means that anything licensed CC BY-ND or CC BY-NC-ND is not intended for use in video. Period. YouTube is the biggest online video platform there is - so it's the first place most musicians want to protect themselves and their intellectual property when it comes to derivative uses (like videos).
If you want to use something with an ND in the license for video, you need to ask the artist for permission. The FMA cannot license music, and we cannot change licenses to suit your needs, so please don't ask. If we have contact info or leads, we can occasionally help people out with getting in touch with an artist, though.
2. An artist wants to share their audio, but also wants to make sure you're doing it right.
Some artists on the FMA use YouTube's Content ID system to protect their intellectual property, and by registering their work with ContentID, they are able to keep tabs on how, and where, their tracks are being used. If this happens to you, don't panic - wait until you have talked to the artist about it. They may be using ContentID to ping them when someone is using their track, and to make sure it is in compliance with the license they used to share it.
Many artists have added notes to their profiles about this very thing, and if they haven't, we recommend reaching out directly to the artist if you get a Content ID match from a video with their song included. Many artists, upon seeing that a track is properly attributed/shared, will waive the copyright claim and everybody's happy -- but it is best if you ask them about it if you get a claim on your video.
3. A troll may have registered an artist's music to Content ID without their knowledge in an attempt to monetize music they did *not* make.
Since artists can't manage their catalogues in YouTube's Content ID system directly (third party services do this for them), some may not even realize it's being claimed (or by whom)! This isn't common, but it does happen. So, if you noticed something weird going on with a track you thought you could use, please contact the artist! You could be alerting them to abuse or misuse of their music and preventing a freeloader from making money off of art they did not make.
4. An artist has chosen to share music on FMA, and wants to control distribution on YouTube.
Some artists use ContentID to monetize videos that contain their music. This is a tricky one, because technically, they are allowed to do so, according to the way ContentID works. It favors the rightsholders of music pieces (and things like TV and films that already exist) more than the creative work that a videographer may have put into a video. This can seem unfair to video makers, since they may not be allowed to monetize a video they created, and their video may be subject to an advertisement they didn't plan on.
This is another example of "Talk to the artist about it" -- they may agree that compromise is the best route and remove the ad. Or they may encourage you to add a different soundtrack to your video, because they are making money off of the song on other YouTube videos. Everyone is different - we have more than 20,000 artists on our site, so it varies from person to person.
Since the FMA has had no luck when trying to contact YouTube for information about what is in their Content ID databases, we cannot predict which songs may match from our site to theirs. If we had the capacity to predict or manage this, we would love to, but we cannot do so without their cooperation. To all you cranky users who have had this happen and demand that music be removed from the archive because of it: sorry, but the Free Music Archive's collection doesn't exist solely for use in YouTube videos. Quite the contrary; we only remove music at the request of artists or rightsholders.
If you make videos often, YouTube has a bunch of resources, including this helpful article, that you might want to bookmark! We also have a whole section of our site, Music For Video, with pre-selected songs for use in videos. And a FAQ for Filmmakers. And this article. And a License Guide. All free, all here to help you. And we hope this article was helpful, too.
La_bl_netlabel on 05/26/2018 at 02:54PM
"Past is our watermark, spotted with light and shade.
Present engages us in constant change.
Future lets our imagination flow."
Rocco_Granata_1176 on 05/22/2018 at 06:45AM
This is the first CD that is both a musical project and art installation. On the musical aspect, “Works” is a collection of 12 instrumental tracks written and produced by me. Twelve melodies developing through minimalism, sacred arias, electronica and tribal choirs. Twelve small audible pictures that have no purpose other than to move the listener. The album was released in June 2016. This is my first self-produced and self-distributed album. “Works” is a crafted product where the songwriting is simple. From the melodies to the sounds, from mixing to mastering, all is permeated by a DIY spirit. Self-production and self-distribution as a musical and social language.
“Works” is distributed for free in two ways: social and antisocial. With the social distribution you can download the entire album for free, leaving the listener free to share it in whatever way he feels. With the antisocial distribution, the album is handed out through an art installation. “Works” has been made into 300 numbered and signed CDs, left on the streets or in public places, there to be picked by people passing by. Every copy left is photographed and the photo is shared on the website www.roccogranata.it/works.
The project started in June 2016 in Rome, where most of the copies were distributed, and it spread around through Italy, France, Spain, Iceland, Holland, Denmark, Russia, Turkey, China, Cambodia, Senegal, Japan, Australia, Brasil, Argentina, Canada, Usa, Tailandia, Slovenia, Romania, Czech Republic, France, Croatia, Norway, Germany, Sveden, Greek, UK, Austria, Belgium. The CDs are distributed by me or by volunteers. There are copies that have yet to be distributed and are waiting to go around the world. If you want to distribute a CD, send me a message on this link.
From 14 to 16 July 2017 the Cd was taken to the Museo Macro in Rome on the occasion of Urban KING Action Figure. It's probably the first Cd to be exposed in a Museum of contemporary art.
A pianist and a cello player have contributed to the album recording. The nicknames they've chosen are Thomas Munz (piano), a homage to Thomas Müntzer, historical figure of the 16 th century and one of the protagonists of Luther Blisset's novel “Q”, and Lita Rodcenko (cello), which is a made up name. Lita, as a homage to Lita Ford, metal guitarist, and Aleksandr Rodčenko, artist and father of the Russian constructivism.
Jimmy_Lacy on 03/20/2018 at 06:34PM
SiP is the Chicago-based musical project of keyboard player Jimmy Lacy. His most personal project to date, SiP, brings over a decade of wild synthesizer playing, drawing from electronic, jazz, ambient, and folk traditions. Described by a friend of the group as “bohemian electronics” SiP performs with synths, drumboxes, and loose percussion, creating a mental space to focus inward or outward, community with ourselves and others.
This release pulls from live recordings taken during a month-long ‘happy hour’ residency at well-regarded Chicago cocktail lounge the Whistler during the month of October 2017. Mastered to cassette and presented here, 'Live at the Whistler' has real warmth, saturated tones and sonic swirls to get lost in just as melodies resurface to bring you back. At the residency new work was debuted each week, with several pieces becoming staples of the SiP set to this day.
SiP will be releasing another live recording of a Chicago radio set in the coming months, followed by a fall release of a debut LP.
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