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With Ether Q&A

With Ether has been rocking the internet with their skillful and intricate guitar arrangements both original and covers. Below is an interview between With Ether and Switching Style’s very own Dylanna Fisher. Interviews such as this give a great insight into the heart of the music industry, our musicians. Check out With Ether’s work on YouTube, Spotify, Deezer and so many more.   How did … Continue reading With Ether Q&A

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Introducing Cloud9 and League of Legend Covers

Introducing Cloud9; Esports Meets Video Games Companies such as Cloud9 have expanded upon playing video games competitively by adding a community aspect to it. Esports began as a subcategory of both the sports and gaming industry. They’ve made video games a spectator sport. That’s the element that brings esports the success it has. Founded and currently owned by Jack and Paullie Etienne, Cloud9 is just one … Continue reading Introducing Cloud9 and League of Legend Covers

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Guide To Hold Music for Your Business

Hold music for your business is vital. Hold music, also known as MOH, Music-On-Hold, or Phone Hold Music is a vital aspect to have for any business. It may seem like something trivial, but it has a huge impact on customer relations especially if a business is often done over the phone. Not only does it improve business relationships with their customers through phone calls … Continue reading Guide To Hold Music for Your Business

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Hold Music From The View Of The Customer

Hold Music From The View Of The Customer Hold music brings a little something something to the stresses of being on hold. Being on hold is something that everyone has had to sit through in one way or another. The modern world is built on technology and that includes a lot of phone calls and thus, a lot of hold music. Whether it’s a simple … Continue reading Hold Music From The View Of The Customer

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Music Piracy During Covid-19

Music Piracy has resurfaced as a conversation during the covid-19 pandemic due to the financial struggles of Musicians and their audience.  “Unfortunately, this is a conversation that will never go away. Pandemic or not, people will still pirate music and we will have to keep working on ways around it,” explains Angeles Joselito.  Joselito owns and operates Apollo Entertainment Company, playing for live events such … Continue reading Music Piracy During Covid-19

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Reviewing “Settle Down” by Kimbra

A lot of women my age (in their 20’s) start to think about their future as an adult and who they want to spend their time with, have children with. I’ve never heard of a song so direct, to the point. She wants to get married and have children and she’s telling him that to “Settle Down”. Usually we try to suppress this to not startle a man in his 20’s that feels like he has his whole life ahead of him as for women we feel like our time is running out. Continue reading Reviewing “Settle Down” by Kimbra

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The Ironic Truth of Ecommerce Students in E-Commerce Remixes

This is a collection of different questions from several assignments to deal with commerce, e-commerce, and economics. Put into an easily digestible form, it is here to help anyone wanting to know more about finances for anything from a study aid to sounding smart at thanksgiving dinner. And of course, since we’re all about the music. While researching about everything to do with money, all I could think of as a college student writing these words is, “I Ain’t Got No Money”. Every university student will understand that sentiment. Thus, why after these did you know on finances and economics, we are following it up with remixes of “No Money” by Galantis. Continue reading The Ironic Truth of Ecommerce Students in E-Commerce Remixes

Soothing Anxiety; Music Review by Rachel Rabalais

Switching Styles’ Music Reviews | In today’s society, many people suffer from different mental illnesses. Everyone has their own way of helping themselves feel a little better about what they are battling day to day. Anxiety especially clinical anxiety is very hard to deal with. Scientists have said music can actually relax and calm you. When I get anxiety, I always listen to music, if I am able to. There are a couple of artists I like but my favourite song, which has helped me through so much is “You’ll be okay” by A Great Big World. Continue reading Soothing Anxiety; Music Review by Rachel Rabalais

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Music E-Waste

Modern technology has made listening to music easier than ever before. In 1982, the first CD player was released, followed by the first version of the iPod in 2001. In recent times, it has become a common practice to use smartphones to listen to the radio or a music service, something that 87% of 18 to 29 year olds in the United States were reported as having done in 2016 (Anderson, 2016). Continue reading Music E-Waste

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Why I write the way I write; An opinion piece on literary Journalism

Feature writers first separated themselves from hard-hitting news by writing “human interest stories,” as Wolfe describes them, which were “long and often hideously sentimental accounts of hitherto unknown souls beset by tragedy or unusual hobbies within the sheet’s circulation area… In any case, feature stories gave a man a certain amount of room in which to write.” Continue reading Why I write the way I write; An opinion piece on literary Journalism