Frequently Asked Questions
You can find an extensive list on our repertoire page. This is not a complete list, so we encourage you to contact us for further information if needed.
Four Voices String Quartet : events : faq
Yes. If it is music written for string quartet, there should be no problem playing it. If it is written for other instrumentation, our manager will take a look at the music to make sure that it can be easily translated for string players.
Of course! Any true professional will always take the time to customize your music requests and retrieve any special songs not currently in their music collection. After all, who better to know which music will be effective at the wedding but the Bride and Groom? However, it is usually wiser to leave some flexibility of music requests to the DJ who can round off your music list with some of the guests requests to assure all music styles are represented well.
Frequently Asked Questions
The PYRAMID BANDS specialize in "Dance" Music for all occasions. We perform music from the 1930's right thru to the 2000's. Our strength is Big Band Music, however we play a variety of the most popular styles of music - just look at our song list.
Frequently Asked Questions | Project Opus
Yes. Anyone can listen to your music through the Opus Player, or as a podcast. However these songs are provided as 128kbs only, unless they are purchased, in which case they are provided for listening and download as 192kbs files. If you're willing to let users have your music for free, then everyone can listen and download them in 192kbs stereo.
Charlaine Harris - FAQs
Ive never understood why anyone would want to know, but an astonishing number of people do. I listen to movie soundtracks, mostly historical epics like Last of the Mohicans, Troy, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. I also listen to bagpipe music. And Yo-Yo Ma. Make of this what you will.
Grand Central Station Band | FAQs
Our published song list represents only a portion of our complete repertoire, so we may already know a song you want. If we don't know it, the Grand Central Station Band specializes in learning new material just for you. We're professionals and enjoy the challenge and diversity of new songs, which we pick up quickly and perform authentically. We request that you allow us at least one month to learn new material. (Top)
The customer is King (and Queen) at DJ Guy so, of course, the answer is Yes. However, we would recommend allowing some minimal input from the crowd should the need arise to "save the reception" from a dying dance floor due to the bride and groom's list having serious flaws in it (i.e., all slow songs or songs without beat). Bottom line, there are ways to deal with all circumstances to satisfy the customer; we simply have to take the time to clarify what the desired end result is.
Salsa & Merengue Society Frequently Asked Questio...
We play contemporary Latin American music, mainly Salsa, Merengue and Latin Pop. The sound varies a lot, from big and bold, to smooth and with a groove. We do try to keep the music accessible.
Live365.com - Community
If you have determined you are not covered by Live365's blanket licenses, you must obtain public performance licenses for the musical composition or sound recording before you play any copyrighted song, even if it's just one song. This is required by law. we said, every song that you play on your station contains two separate copyrighted works. The first work is called the "musical composition" and consists of the song's music and lyrics.
Psychedelic Music : MP3 and CDs from bands / artists of psyc...
With Northern Star, there are no 3rd party applications to install, and no subscription service to sign up for. However, in order to play a track on your computer, you will need to use the music player software that is installed on your computer, for example Windows Media Player, I-Tunes, Sonic Stage etc. You will also need a program such as Winzip to extract the downloaded MP3 package. Northern Star’s downloaded MP3s are compatible with all portable MP3 hardware and software.
We have a very comprehensive selection of music. This includes the 1950's, 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's, Motown, Soul, Rock'n'Roll, along with the very latest chart tracks. At the majority of functions with a mixture of all ages in attendance we find that a selection of all types of music eras is welcome. Suitable low level background music is played whilst your guests arrive and during a buffet or dining break. Guests are invited to make their requests throughout the evening.