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Gta San Andreas – Master Sounds 98.3 -11- Harlem Underground Band – Smokin’ Cheeba Cheeba (320 Kbps)

November 29th, 2014

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Booker T & The MGs – Green Onions (Master seems 98.3)

November 8th, 2014

Booker T & The MGs - Green Onions (Master appears 98.3)

DJ: Johnny “The prefer Giant” Parkinson Genre: Funk, Soul, Rare Groove Tracklist: Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band – “Express Yourself” Mace…
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(GTA SA) Master Sounds 98.3 – Charles Wright – Express Yourself

January 12th, 2014

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[GTA: San Andreas] Master Sounds 98.3 [HD]

September 8th, 2012

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Caribbean Sounds Race in Charlotte

June 17th, 2012

Caribbean Sounds Race in Charlotte
Event on 2012-06-30 08:30:00
Join us for a Caribbean theme event filled with Soca music, themed mile markers, great prizes and a nice route. Help raise funds for Sarcoidosis Research as we continuing our efforts through the Caribbean Sounds Race series.
Each year we host this event in Washington DC, Maryland and Chicago and now Charlotte. We will collect donations to go directly to the Foundation to continue its effort to find a cure for Sarcoidosis.

at Metrolina Expo Center
7100 Statesville Rd
Charlotte, United States

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BaseChase 5 – Rhythm 98.3 – Chief Raymond Hernandez – Majestic Sounds DJ’s Ft. Dimples T. (1987)

January 5th, 2012

BaseChase 5 – Rhythm 98.3 – Chief Raymond Hernandez – Majestic Sounds DJ’s Ft. Dimples T. (1987)
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RadioActive Nepal 98.3 is a new community radio station in Kathmandu, built by RadioActive. Filmed and produced by Jasleen Kaur Sethi.
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HoMedics SS-2000 Sound Spa Relaxation Sound Machine with 6 Nature Sounds, Silver

April 7th, 2011

HoMedics SS-2000 Sound Spa Relaxation Sound Machine with 6 Nature Sounds, Silver

  • 6 Nature sounds, ocean, summer night, rain, rain forest, waterfall and heart beat.
  • 15, 30 and 60 minute auto off timer
  • Battery or adaptor operated (adaptor included)
  • Natural sleep aid
  • Great for the baby’s room

Turn any room in your house into a relaxation spa with the sound machine. Bring clarity of mind throuth the 6 nature sounds, ocean, summer night, rain, rain forest, waterfall and heartbeat–which is great for a baby’s room. Great for travel using batteries or take along the home adaptor.

List Price: $ 24.99

Price: $ 24.99

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Sounds Natural But Are They? The Secret of How Online Radio Presenters Make Their Links Work

February 6th, 2011

Sounds Natural But Are They? The Secret of How Online Radio Presenters Make Their Links Work

They are able to connect with the listeners seemingly in an effortless way. For those who have ever tried their hand at speaking in public being presenter, tv, radio or as a speaker, you’ll know that what looks easy is, for most of us, hard!

So how do you have coming across like the pro especially in online radio? The secret is not just talent but hard work. Preparation behind the scenes is the key. According to Chris Evans, the UK’s Radio 2 national breakfast DJ, every link needs to have a beginning, a middle and an end.

All very well in theory but in reality you also have the added pressure of that large camera lens, a microphone or even an audience staring directly at you. You also have the clock ticking quickly, or so it seems.

The secret is thinking about the links beforehand but here’s the crucial bit, writing them down before the show. You see it’s much easier to ad lib when something is written down rather trying to make it all up in your head.

But what content do you put into your links? Look around you, talk about personal life. You may have had an awful journey to work so chances are that your listeners will share your empathy. Think also about other share experiences that you and your listeners may have had. What about school days or a holidays by the seaside? A little bit of observation can help produce stunning content for links. As a result you too could sound like the pros.

The secret to sounding like the pros during any kind of public speaking, including online radio, has to be preparation and that means writing links beforehand.

J Timothy Mitchell plays special music requests and much more on online radio station for carers, Saturday 8-10 pm GMT, Thursday 3-5 pm GMT, Radio Wey

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GTA San Andreas Master Sounds 98.3 Funky President

December 17th, 2010

This Is A song From Gta sa From the radio station Master Sounds 98.3 Enjoy and subscribe 🙂 (I Do Not Own AnyThing All Is Owned By Rockstar Gamesâ„¢)
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Part 1: It’s always hot and always new, we are KJMD Maui. Da Jam 98.3 FM. Part 2: KJMD Maui, Hawaii’s hot hits is on Da Jam 98.3 and now worldwide on dajam983.com. A Pacific Radio Group station. This is Da Jam 98.3.

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The Sounds of Music: Music Can Have Remarkable Benefits for your Health, or it Can be Destruct

February 17th, 2010

Have you ever sat somewhere and marveled at how quiet it was? You are acutely aware of sound because it is so unusual to be without noise, We always hear hum from machines, the rumble of traffic, a plane, or other people talking Modern noise pollution is subtle, inconspicuous, and more dangerous than we realize

Exposure to most noises causes irritation, stress, and can result in permanent hearing loss and health problems. It’s difficult to eliminate noise, Often we try to cover offending ambient noise with music. If you like the music, it usually results in fewer physical problems.

We know that brain waves are modified by sounds. Beta brain waves, those between 14 and 20 hertz are most common. We achieve relaxed concentration or lucid awareness when alpha waves, between 8 and 13 hertz, are present Music with about 60 heats per minute–particularly that of Mozart, Brahms, and Bach–shifts the brain’s activity from beta to the higher-awareness alpha waves

It’s called the Mozart Effect. This type of music lowers stress and increases concentration. A study in England found students scored 10 points higher on an IQ test after listening to Mozart compared to those exposed to silence, white noise, or other music. White noise is just low-level random sounds. Examples are radio static and running water.)

Researchers suggest that we respond to music because our bodies are rhythmic. Our breathing, heartbeat, and many other body functions have an intrinsic rhythm.

Certain music invigorates people, while other melodies calm them. Other tunes make you sleepy or keep you awake Supermarkets, department stores, and event managers have used music to shape human behavior. Music can be used to make people move faster or slower, to encourage them to shop longer, persuade them to action, or help them to relax.

Other recent research links exposure to music to improved mental skills. Einstein played the violin and believed this helped his subconscious mind to solve problems. Many people who suffer from insomnia find that some of Bach’s music helps them. Lively popular music boosts energy and endurance. These results aren’t new

But being exposed to music you dislike causes negative effects, including higher blood pressure and stress. Most adults refer to the tunes teenagers listen to as noise. Teens feel the same way about other people’s music. There’s a story about a large group of young people gathering daily near a convenience store. They weren’t doing anything wrong, but their presence irritated the store’s owner and customers. The owner had an idea. He piped classical music outside the store, and the teens quickly disappeared.

Martin Gardiner of Brown University checked the relationship between arrest records of teenagers and their involvement in music. Gardiner found that the more a teen was associated with music, the lower the arrest record. Teens with music education were less likely to get into trouble than students without it. Those who also played a musical instrument, played in a band, or were in a chorus had even fewer problems with the law.

Retail stores have discovered that sales increase when they play easy-listening music. Apparently this music calms shoppers and encourages them to spend more time in the store.

Light, easy-paced music tends to help most people concentrate for a longer time, and improves their ability to memorize facts. However, with some people this music has the opposite effect. It distracts and disturbs those who are more analytical or inhibited than the norm. Listen to various kinds of music to determine its effect on you.

The tempo of religious music induces a feeling of peace and helps a person cope with physical and emotional pain. On the other end of the spectrum, heavy metal, rap, or martial music excites the nervous system and prompts people to dynamic action or aggressive behavior. It’s not surprising that Gulf War pilots listened to recordings of heavy metal music before launching their offensive flights into battle.

Studies are under way to determine if music can cure or help emotional problems and people with brain injuries or Alzheimer’s.

The effects of sounds on other aspects of nature have also been known for centuries. In southern India, farmers believe the gentle sounds of humming and buzzing insects guarantee healthy sprouting of the sugarcane. Carefully conducted experiments have proved that plants grow faster when music, especially tunes in the low frequency range of 100 to 600 hertz, are piped over the fields or into greenhouses. Farm animals and pets have been known to respond to music.

Your heartbeat tends to synchronize with any ambient pulsation. With modern rap music, there is concern as to what the unnatural rhythm changes do to listeners’ bodies, emotions, and even their subconscious. Long-term effects are unknown.

Music will influence our health and behavior. By knowing about its effects, we can use it to our benefit.

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