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Free online music courses

Hi there.  I was wondering if anyone else will be taking these courses through www.coursera.orgThe online courses are from Berklee visit this link to see course…Continue

Tags: Berklee, University, coursera, courses, music

Started by Ann Rodela Oct 14, 2012.

Rocktober 1 Reply

Who says October's only about witches and ghouls? Come celebrate the collision of books and music -- it's ROCKTOBER, baby! You've got two places to check in --…Continue

Started by Susan Helene Gottfried. Last reply by Susan Helene Gottfried Oct 1, 2011.

Whats your favorite genre of music? 9 Replies

There are various genres in music. From pop, to country to classical rock. What is your favorite type of genre of music?Continue

Started by Samantha Schaffer. Last reply by Susan Helene Gottfried Aug 27, 2011.

Book About Songwriting 3 Replies

Can you recommend one good book, written by a songwriter, about how he or she wrote his/her songs?  I'm not looking for a book about how to write songs; I'm looking for a book by a songwriter who…Continue

Started by L Monagan. Last reply by Ann Rodela Jul 24, 2011.

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Award-Winning Saga Has It All: Riveting Action And A Free 3D Comic App With Music By Celldweller


The Bane of Yoto, by Joshua Viola, is a trans-media experience that offers many ways to explore its rich storyline. From paperback or eBook to a free 3D interactive comic mobile app, this attention-grabbing novel was recently released by independent record label and music publisher FiXT – and promises to transport readers to a sinister world of cosmic drama and action they will never forget!


Formerly a professor of Game Art and Design, and now Art Director for Leviathan Games, Viola’s astounding vision is unmistakable in this perfect blend of science fiction and fantasy that comes together in a breakneck paced, action-packed plot where creatively original characters battle for their very existence in a brutal world.


Drawing rave reviews for its originality and vision, The Bane of Yoto has won awards from both the 2012 New York Book Festival and the 2012 Hollywood Book Festival, and is the first installment in a trilogy of science-fantasy novels by Joshua Viola.  


…Some say the Arbitrators existed long before the world was born. Others believe their dark powers spun the fabric of time itself. They are mystery. But this is truth. After ages of formless existence, the Arbitrators craved physicality once more and in their search for a worthy body to inhabit, they destroyed Ajyin – home to the gentle, blue-fleshed Numah and the combative, carapaced Olokun. But not all was lost. General Vega and his vile warriors enslaved the remaining Numah and they relocated to Ajyin’s thriving moon, Neos.

Under the general’s imperious rule, the Numah toiled to extract minerals for a defensive barrier called the Aegis Shield that the general vowed would protect Neos from the Arbitrator’s return. But the Arbitrators’ hunger sparked a great fire – a blaze of revenge and revolution that soon found its home in the heart of a weak and cowardly Numah named Yoto, transforming him into a powerful and dangerous being beyond the general’s control. Will Yoto use his new-found power to free his people – or will he annihilate them? Once again, the Arbitrators’ dark presence haunts the world of Numah and Olokun.


Always looking to break new ground, FiXT (owned by cyber-rocker Klayton of Celldweller), recently entered the book publishing business with The Bane of Yoto. Staying with the book’s theme, Viola has merchandise available ranging from PlayStation 3 Dynamic Themes, Sculptures and T-shirts, to posters and more, that are available through FiXT.  

Comment by BooksAhoy on January 8, 2012 at 10:56pm

Check out my latest review here! :)

Comment by Rachel Whitley on April 2, 2011 at 7:33pm
I just reviewed the autobiography of Melinda Doolittle from American Idol.
Beyond Me: Finding Your Way to Life's Next Level
Check it out if you like inspirational stories.

Comment by Anne Robinson on March 20, 2011 at 11:49pm
I was hoping there was a music group here! Woohoo!

Here is my attempt to speak WITHOUT academic or musical terminology (it's hard), but the result was unexpected:
Comment by Ann Rodela on February 12, 2011 at 4:34pm
I wrote about Aviary's 30 Days of Roc Contest. Prizes include iTunes giftcards.
Comment by dieFlaneuse on February 9, 2011 at 3:04pm

hi i`m new on this platform and it feels good. i like recommend on this artist. found them on virtual circuit. its free for listen. the hole site is almost great to find rarely infos. here the link to max richter. or another very interesting komponist is HAUSCHKA (Volker Bertelmann)


sorry for my english,- regards flaneuse

Comment by Paula Phillips on February 8, 2011 at 1:05am
A great site to get recommendations of other singers that you could enjoy is . Ive found it so useful and it does Music, Movies and Books

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