High School Musical Solus – Play It! Sing It!

Sony’s PlayStation has its own appeal and its own niche consumers. When it was introduced in the market, owning one used to be a status symbol. The prices were high but the rage it created couldn’t be tempered down. The games that it came out with became super successful and its characters became cult figures.

For the first time on any gaming console, fans are being allowed to interact with the movie’s characters High School Musical: Sing It! The fans of the movie get to feel the real experience of being an intrinsic part of the musical. Creativity and skills of the players are tested as they get to mix and match their favourite movie characters, scenes and songs to themselves attain the star status. Getting to interact with your movie stars is one USP that makes this game the ultimate choice of all PS lovers. Meant for the entire family, the High School Musical Solus features motion-captured-choreography from the original movie’s dance routines.

The players are offered the option of three play modes- story, party and QuickPlay. The fans get to chose characters from amongst their favourite stars in the movie, viz. Gabriella, Troy, Ryan, Chad or Taylor. The game features super hit songs from the movie in solo or duet, such as Something New’ and ‘We’re All in this Together”. The story mode enables the players to live the movie through song and dance. Friends get to compete against each other in the party mode. And in the QuickPlay mode players can participate and become a part of any song, and choose from any character, environment or outfit that they have unlocked.

Features of the High School Musical Solus (PS)—

  1. You can Sing and dance to all the songs from ‘High School Musical,’ ‘High School Musical 2’ and other popular tracks by the Disney Channel stars
  2. The game includes motion-captured choreography from the original movie
  3. The players get to choose their favorite scenes from the original ‘High School Musical’ movie
  4. Perform in either duet or solo mode
  5. Choose from 3 modes available-Story, Party or Quickplay Mode
  6. The PS2 version is compatible with SingStar technology

Music To Play At Your Wedding Reception

The dance music is probably the most enjoyable aspect of your wedding reception. When it comes to choosing the dance music for your wedding day, you will have to decide whether you want the services of a band or a DJ.

If you are having a church wedding, then you could sit down with your minister to decide on the kind of music you want for the three main components of the wedding ceremony: the recessional, prelude, processional and signing of the register.

When it comes to choosing the music for your wedding, it’s always best to make the choice based on the type of guests that will be going to the wedding. One option that you could go with would be to have a mix of party songs and romantic melodies.

It’s traditional for the bride and grooms to take to the dance floor for the waltz. Then the groom is expected to dance with the mother-in-law and then his own mother. The bride on the other hand dances with the father-in-law and then her own father. The best man is expected to dance with the chief bridesmaid. The other bridesmaids at the wedding would typically join hands with all the ushers. The guests are later to follow.

You could opt for a band that will play the more favoured music, which could be alternated with a disc jockey that would play all the dance songs. The live bands responsibility could be to play all the slow songs and the setting of the mood for all the faster paced tracks by the DJ. DJs are typically cheaper to hire than bands.

Music Producers Play a Broad Role

The work of music producers (also called record producers) usually takes place behind the scenes, and is seldom recognized by the public unless the producer is actively guiding the career of an upcoming musician. But, today’s music producers have come to play a broad role in the music production process, with many of them supervising the actual music recording session and even mixing and mastering their own productions.

While the established musician will generally insist on complete artistic control, an unknown artist will be wise to rely on the music producer to oversee the selection and arrangement of music. In fact, a music producer may actually oversee the entire recording process. Some producers will use their skills to “create an image” by suggesting lyrics and melodies, mentoring the artist, choosing a personal stylist for the artist, and selecting the cover art.

In today’s popular music scene, music production companies and music producers are liaisons between the artist and his record label, or an artist and his manager. The producer’s main function is to discover new talent and sign musicians to a production contract. It is up to the producer to grant permission to the production company to press, promote, and sell the artists’ works. In this way, music producer can help grow the professional musician’s career.

With the advent of audio production computer software, musicians and music producers need not be allied with a production company. Teams of engineers and technicians are no longer needed to create professional recordings. Late advances in music software have allowed musicians to work independently, writing, arranging, performing, and recording their own music. The advantage for the artist is to enjoy complete artistic control over his own music, without outside influences. But, just because any musician can record in a home studio on a PC or laptop computer does not mean the role of the music producer is no longer necessary. Aspiring musicians should understand that a music producer has the experience and background to make knowledgeable decisions that could make or break a musical career.

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