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Posted: Jun 9 2009, 04:48 AM
Fabulously Devious Admin
Member No.: 1
Joined: 20-May 09
Music plays a really big role in my life. I can hardly think of anything to do that isn't better with music. But that's me. What I want to know from you is....
Do you incorporate music into your routines? Do you use it when you practice? How do you pick out music for routines? What do you look for, and where? Do you go for techno, pop, classical?
Now, I'm an amateur, but I find it's easier to practice cuts and moves with a beat or something in the background, to use as a counting tool. Techno music always keeps me on my toes, but I find piano music very elegant in performances.
I get a lot of my music in general off the internet, from remix sites. You've probably heard a fair amount of it on the IBM website. At some point maybe I'll submit some info on the songs in an ordered list here, since we've gotten really good feedback about the site music selection.
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