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Yoga Mix Vol.6

* = chosen by mom
01. Twin Shadow - Golden Light
02. Autre Ne Veut - Promises
03. Crystal Castles feat. Robert Smith - Not in Love*
04. James Blake - Retrograde
05. Lupe Fiasco & Guy Sebastian - Battle Scars*
06. Norah Jones - Little Broken Hearts*
07. Jim James - A New Life*
08. Glee Cast - Being Alive [Kurt]*
09. Marcus Paul James - It's Good To See You Again*
10. Amanda Brown - Stars [Grace Potter and the Nocturnals cover]*
11. Nosaj Thing - Eclipse/Blue feat. Kazu Makino
12. Patrick Swayze - She's Like The Wind*
13. Foxygen - On Blue Mountain
14. Sean Johnson & the Wild Lotus Band - Calling Ganesha (Invocation)
15. Giraffage - Feels
16. Grouper - Vital

I finally made another yoga mix which I can't share 'cause of copyright. I don't know if it matters anymore, but I want to be safe for now :P

I got wavelab 7 elements for xmas a year ago and finally got around to trying it out. I was feeling iffy after the bad mix I tried making a couple years ago for why I took so long to even experiment with it. I got frustrated the weekend of mom's bday when I promised this mix and couldn't figure out where the burn cd function was even after I figured out how to edit tracks. finally after much research today I took the time to try again and found the button. hurrah hurrah!

I even figured out how to crossfade and potentially level the tracks (I say potentially 'cause I did a halfass job on this mix and some tracks were still kinda muddied/lower anyway, but not horribly so like on the last attempt at doing this). maybe eventually I'll learn more of what to do. this could possibly make me do these mixes more often for mom if not trying it for myself. I still might make a personal mix soon. just not starting today. also, since I burn and edit right from the program instead of saving each track individually, I'd most likely have to take the burned disc and get the tracks that way in order to share if I did make a personal one, but we'll see when I get to that.

I'm sure that no one's probably checking this anymore 'cause I haven't been making any public posts nowadays, but I had to write down my thoughts and post the track list to keep up with the volumes already posted. heh

Harry Potter

Date: 2016-06-10 10:52 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Since the reign of Grindelwald in the 1940's, pureblood traditions have rapidly digressed. The suppression of muggles and muggleborns lead to an extreme alteration in lifestyle. This can be clearly seen by those who uphold the old ways.

Where students were once indoctrinated into magical culture, they are now highly influenced by muggle philosophy and religion. We no longer teach muggleborn students pureblood etiquette, but instead teach children with magical upbringing muggle studies. Primordial and ritualistic magics have been abolished, labelled as dark, and Judao-Christian holidays have replaced the ancient Sabbaths. In place of Yule or Samhain, we find Christmas and Halloween. Elemental magic has become taboo. Our mannerisms and customs have been classified as archaic.

Lord Voldemort's pro-pureblood movement quickly gained support from the ancient wizarding families. He promised to restore honor to the noble houses. But when his methods failed, what began as a political faction was revealed to be a hate group. Now, their tactics have deteriorated into terrorism.

Many of those who once believed in his cause have attempted to distance themselves from the revolution, only to find that abdiction comes at the greatest of costs. Those who outwardly rebel are executed. Any who dare refuse his service are coerced into doing his bidding, or disposed of all together. The Ministry of Magic is on the brink of collapse.

But from the ashes of the debilitated community, a few vigilantes rise to fight against him. The Order of the Phoenix, lead by Albus Dumbledore, battles for dominance.

Welcome to war. Which side will you find yourself on?

February 2013


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