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When the member section reaches 1000 members, you will be able to post/read adverts and participate in a forum to ask questions. Hit the subscribe button above and make an upfront payment to register. If you refer 4 members, your account will be free for life.
If you become a member, you will bury your competition thanks to your musical culture and meetups with fellow music pro who want to succeed. What if the next Led Zeppelin or Queen begins here thanks to that music blog? There’s no such thing as a musical encounter.
And remember to share your success stories!
How To Subscribe To A Nice Sound.
This page was inspired by a French song that I like from Alain Souchon. I could blog about a secret recipe to make an awesome cake. Or maybe I will blog about awesome songs with beautiful lyrics.
There are many reasons why you would want to subscribe to that blog. But I’ve highlighted the three main reasons below. If you become a subscriber (aka a member), you will be part of a community adoring astronomy, music, and life.
The plan is to pay 9.95€ every week, and you can cancel anytime. It will make you a particular person with a solid musical education. Listening to good music is the key!
There are many reasons why you would want to be a part of a select community. But here are the main reasons to subscribe to that blog.
Reason #1: Every Week, 3 Or 4 Excellent Songs.
Most people will read that blog once a month. But if you come back every week, you will discover 3 or 4 excellent songs. Those songs might not be what you listen to most of the time, but I feel those songs make sense, like for example “The Wanderer” from U2 on the album Zooropa.
It’s like a jungle sometimes they used to say. But it might always be a jungle. That’s why we might have evolved a limbic brain so we can work together and specialize in something. I dedicate my life to music and, in case something happens to me, I hope I will be remembered as a musical explorer.
Exploration is not that difficult: 5 minutes for a song, 8 hours for a book, 18 years for a child and maybe 7 million years for understanding space. Reason #2 is an obvious one since you will be able to meet other musicians.
Reason #2: Get Access To Quality Classified Ads.
When I was in Paris, I had a period where I would look at music ads daily. With a bit of patience, I met a few excellent musicians with many talents, even though life can sometimes be challenging. Sometimes it’s hard to finish a project, but the longest journey starts with a single step.
I met a girl once, and I said to her those words. Her answer was simple: I hope this is not a scam. The universe will explode because of one man’s lie, and I hope to tell a bit of truth on that blog because an honest signal should make us secure.
I’m a music lover and an astronomy fan. I like civilization, and I try to be interested in every subject. I even started to analyze Sigmund Freud. He said the basis of psychoanalysis was transference; this is what I’m doing by imagining quality artistic ads. I hope you meet quality people on that blog so you can create a unique project.
Post an advert or read the ones that might interest you for only 9.95€ a week (cancel anytime). Now reason #3 is a bit more linked to a feeling of guilt I have sometimes.
Reason #3: Get Access To Funny Archived Posts.
As in all things, you have to practice to become better at something. My job is music, and I never imagined one day writing a blog. As if I was a beginner, my first posts will have a sweet flavor of amateurism. But the point will always be interesting.
I’m archiving posts instead of deleting them. Sometimes, I don’t feel comfortable with all my opinions, my inner critic, and the hoopla that an article can generate. But I’m willing to take a risk because it’s based on excellent jazz, blues, soul, rock, and funk music — even a bit of electronic.
It was acceptable in the 80s, but now it seems people want other things. They want to know if space travels will become a reality before they die. Should they wait for the big announcement? I think that by 2020, we will start to make that dream come true.