2018

How To Make Your Next Corporate Event An Occasion To Remember

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Corporate events are retreats or meetings where the entire staff is invited to a specific place to celebrate the company's success. Your team works hard all year, and the corporate event needs to be the icing on the cake which boosts their morale and encourages them to keep going and push even more. If you're in charge of planning the corporate event. you might be trying to think of some things you can do to make it stand out from previous occasions.

23 April 2018

3 Tips For Crafting Video Game Music

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With advancements in technology, just about anyone who is tech savvy can learn to make their own video game. While there are many aspects of making a video game, the music is an important one to consider. If you are ready to start making your video game or the music, check out these three tips for crafting video game music. Choose the Right Music for the Mood To start, you need to determine what your game's genre is.

26 February 2018

Questions To Ask Before You Hire A Wedding Band

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Getting married is a very exciting time. There are many people who look forward to the wedding day without realizing just how stressful it can be to get everything together. One of the big things that you need to think about is the entertainment, namely the wedding band. Hiring a wedding band like ThrowBack Experience can be such a fun way to liven up the reception and ceremony, and a good band can make or break the party.

23 January 2018

Music Sets The Tone & Improves Symptoms Of Alzheimer's—What Every Caretaker Should Know

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Alzheimer's disease can definitely be devastating for the individual suffering from the condition as well as for their family members and friends. Alzheimer's disease can bring on a wide range of emotions for them and for their loved ones, especially those who provide care on a daily basis. If you are taking care of an elderly family member who has Alzheimer's, you may benefit from incorporating music in your daily routine.

3 January 2018