Music can be used in different ways. Music can be associated with a loved one, such as your initial meeting, your parting after the first argument or even your parting forever.
You may think game music doesn’t deserve to be mentioned separately from film music. Things go deeper than that. Let’s take Forrest Gump for example. You are fascinated by the music of this film to the point that you search for sound tracks. The track list eventually consists of mostly famous songs that can be used in just any production. Unnoticed among tens of popular songs of the list, the only instrumental theme track was composed in classical style! Now turn to some examples of game music. Super Mario Bros theme has become a real signature of the game. Diablo II has been paired with its own unique track list for which guitar lovers could fall easily.
Talking about rhythms and beats, you will have a hard time finding these kinds of songs if you only depend on the radio for help. These songs however can be easily found if you search for ‘royalty free music’ on Google.
Here is the link between the music that you have chosen and your MySpace profile page: they are like oxygen and humans. There is no way we can live without oxygen and similarly, there is no way your MySpace profile page is going to stay ‘alive’ without having music embedded into it.
“Breezy No Breezy” is just pure instrumental. It sounds sort of creepy yet weird. The guitar and horn stand out the most here. Breezy No Breezy also sounds mysterious, it can be used as sneaky background music in a movie, especially in a part where a person is trying to solve a mystery or puzzle in a funny way. Just very cute.
While selecting your wedding music, you should also pay attention to the instruments on your wedding. Some songs are beautiful when played by media player, while some may be better for a piano. If you choose a song known widely, you can make it played by instruments. If the song is less know, you can choose a vocalist so that the words of the song can be seen by the guests.
If any of these solutions sound appealing but you’d like some more information, leave a comment and I’ll do my best to help. Remember that the airwaves may be free but getting yourself out of a copyright lawsuit is not.