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5 Tools Students Can Use to Create Music Online

5 Tools Students Can Use to Create Music Online | Serious Play | Scoop.it
Online music creation tools can be used by students to make music to use in projects like podcasts and videos. Students can also us
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Upbeat Music Can Make Employees More Cooperative

Research has shown that music in retail settings can add value to the shopping experience: It can improve the moods of customers, increase engagement, and increase the chances of a purchase. Less studied is how music can affect employees. In two experiments that I conducted with my colleagues Jubo Yan, Brian Wansink, and Bill Schulze (our paper is forthcoming in the Journal of Organizational Behavior), we discovered that participants were more cooperative (and less self-interested) in a group setting when they were listening to happy music.

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How Teams can Profit from Band Experiences ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog

How Teams can Profit from Band Experiences ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog | Serious Play | Scoop.it
How can teams and their leaders profit from music?

How can bands inspire their audience?

How can rhythm, sound and atmosphere play into success?

What remains after the band performance on the way home for the listeners?

I spend Thursday evenings at the modern Jazz school in Munich among others to find out the secrets behind those questions, to explore what is hidden behind rhythm and to examine what can be used and transferred to teams in the business world.
I want to introduce five concrete exercises from the band workshop that can be used by leaders and teams during daily business routines to raise customer’s enthusiasm.
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How to download Specific parts of video from Youtube.com

How to download Specific parts of video from Youtube.com | Serious Play | Scoop.it

You can easily download a Youtube video, either via specific Youtube downloaders, IDM or even via some website. But, not many know that you can download specific parts of these videos.


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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, October 7, 2014 11:10 AM

Even the music on its own is downloadable.

 

Guest post: Thanks to @Sivamuni Hksoftware for the scoop.

Joseph Pizzo's curator insight, October 8, 2014 9:27 PM

What a wonderful way to harvest a clip or even an audio track.

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Bancos de música y sonidos CC-Symbaloo

Bancos de música y sonidos CC-Symbaloo | Serious Play | Scoop.it
En Bancos de música y sonidos CC-Symbaloo consultarás sitios web que ofrecen los archivos de música y sonido con las licencias Creative Commons (abril 2016)
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The Best Music for Staying Productive at Work, Backed by Science

The Best Music for Staying Productive at Work, Backed by Science | Serious Play | Scoop.it
Research explains how music affects your productivity.
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5 Sites to Play Music and Make Noise Just by Typing

5 Sites to Play Music and Make Noise Just by Typing | Serious Play | Scoop.it
Keyboard sounds can take the dullness out of typing. If you miss the days when you could make a lot of noise by typing, don't worry: these apps bring that back.

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The Heart of Innovation: The Musical Dynamics of Brainstorm Facilitation

The Heart of Innovation: The Musical Dynamics of Brainstorm Facilitation | Serious Play | Scoop.it

A well-facilitated brainstorming session is like a symphony -- or, at the very least, a really good performance of any kind of music.

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