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“Music is Magic” is not just another quote, meme, or casual term for expressing that we love music. It’s a reality in our society.

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The Music is Magic Program is a master plan initiated in loved in action, orchestrated by Real Raw Records Inc, the 1st Nonprofit Record Label, in the history of music. Who would think to start a nonprofit record label? Someone who was born with music in their bones and knows personally the awesome magic of music. Some one who really cares about the affects of music on our society.

Many don’t know but most MAJOR RECORD LABELS are not owned by artist or people that love music… They are controlled by people who Love Money not Music.

We have created a workable, and practical plan to bring back the value in real artist with raw natural talent who create music from the soul…for the soul! We need you to use your power as an artist and or music lover to make this plan work for the benefit of all who are involved. This is HISTORY IN THE MAKING!

We promote artist with morals, values, and good character, but make new modern music with the depth and soul of the old school heart and soul.

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Scientists claim that it has the power to heal us.

They say music affects the heart, arteries and lungs in ways that could be used to help patients with circulatory conditions.

They found swelling crescendos increased the listener’s blood pressure and heart and respiration rates, while relaxing passages of music did the opposite.

Study leader Professor Luciano Bernardi, from the University of Pavia, said: ‘Music induces a continuous, dynamic and, to some extent, predictable change in the cardiovascular system.

‘These findings increase our understanding of how music could be used in rehabilitative medicine.’

Half of those taking part in the study were experienced singers and half had no musical training.

Previous studies have shown that music reduces stress, boosts athletic performance and enhances the motor skills of people with neurological impairments.

Last year, Finnish researchers found music could help stroke patients recover from brain damage.

Music can change the worldMUSIC CAN CHANGE The World Because Music can Change People

Research proves what our parents have been saying all along: Modern pop music really is worse than older generations of pop music. It has negative effects on your brain, too — if you’re chiefly a pop, hip hop or rap music fan (associated to popular music findings were not conclusive of all the music in the genre only popular songs listed by Billboards), Results were they were found that they were much less creative than any other kind of music lovers.

But that says more about the industry than it does about you. Bad pop music is a harder habit to kick than you think. Kicking it, though, is way more important than you thought.

In 2008, Adrian North of Scotland’s Heriot-Watt University published the largest study yet of musical taste, involving 36,000 people, 60 countries and three years of work. He asked each participant to rank their favorite genres of music. He discovered that the most common characteristic among all genre listeners was creativity. However, three group of listeners showed a genuine and significant lack of creativity: pop, hip hop and rap music lovers.

That doesn’t necessarily mean that stupid people love pop, hip hop & rap — just that they trains us to expect less from our artistic and creative lives. Music cannourish our minds like almost nothing else, so when a mega-industry is devoted to selling the least inspired music they can, they’re short-changing all of us.  A survey of other research on music reveals that pop music has gotten worse over the last 20 years. Not only that, it’s been used to brainwash listeners through predatory marketing strategies across all media channels.

Pop music hasn’t always been that way. Researchers measured the variety ofwords, chord variations and volume of songs across the decades sine the 1950s. Unsurprisingly, they found that modern pop is a watered-down version of what John, Paul, George and Ringo used to rock the charts with. Since the 1950s, vocal timbre — the character of the voice — has become less diverse and pitch content has become totally monochromatic (fewer chord and melodic variations), while everything has gotten much louder overall. Our popular music is literally beingdumbed down.

This music isn’t even music anymore; it’s become a platform for inflammatory music videos that only detract from the musical experience or, in most cases, distract from the total absence of a genuine musical experience. People are talking about album cover art way before the song drops, and they only really discussed the song when the incendiary video follows. It’s that culture that has music critics like Ted Gioia claiming that music criticism has devolved into lifestyle reporting. It’s that culture that’s rotting our minds.

Unfortunately, there’s has been no end in sight but Real Raw Records Has A Master Plan.
As these songs get watered down, they become cheap and easy fuel for the music business because they appeal to the lowest common denominator and thus reach a wide audience. That isn’t a frivolous thing, though: Researchers have thoroughly documented that the popular music is the “heavy equipment” of the adolescent years. It is far more influential than computers, television and movies in shaping how kids grow up.

That’s why it matters when it’s getting worse. Billboard charts fuel the mainstream market, identifying safe bets for movie soundtracks, commercials and background music, all of which ensure that a popular song is impossible to avoid. And despite common sense, songs aren’t played because they are popular; they’re played to make them popular. In it essence people aren’t really like the music it is just being portrayed as being liked. Illusions of popularity.

If we care about our culture — and if we care about our minds — we’ll vote with our ears. If the formulas stop paying off for the industry, we might get real music back into the mainstream.

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