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Real Music Insight
Monday, December 17, 2012

When was the last time you listened to an album from the first track consecutively through to the last track? In this digital age of MP3 players, CDs and streaming it is rarely on the forefront of the listeners mind as to why the songs are listed in a specific sequence on any given album. Here at Real Music putting an album together is more than just the music, although the music is the showcase, the stage must be set. The order in which the titles are presented on each album is paramount to the conveyance of what the artist desires to reveal to the listener.

Liquid Mind X - Meditation
Liquid Mind X: Meditation selected #3 Best Electronic Albums for 2012
Monday, December 17, 2012

Liquid Mind X: Meditation selected #3 Best Electronic Albums for 2012“...simply some of the best music made for relaxation, sleep, and mediation.

Echoes of Love by Omar Akram
Real Music Celebrates Grammy Nomination
Thursday, December 6, 2012

Real Music is honored to announce Omar Akram’s Echoes of Love has been nominated for a Grammy Award — Best New Age Album 2012. Thank you to the Recording Academy and Executive Producer Mike Vasilomanolakis. Omar Akram is the first Afghan American to be nominated for a Grammy. Listen & Buy

Positive Perceptions
Wednesday, November 21, 2012

It has long been known that the way in which we perceive the world is largely influenced by the way in which we already know the world; we notice a group of creatures flying in the sky and we automatically perceive these creatures as birds.

Karen Kael, Karen Briggs, Omar Akram, Terence Yallop at West Hollywood House of Blues October 13th
Omar Akram Appears at House of Blues
Tuesday, October 30, 2012

President of Real Music Terence Yallop and his lovely wife Karen travel to the House Of Blues on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood on October 13, 2012 to enjoy Real Music artist, accomplished pianist Omar Akram. Omar, introducing his new album Echoes of Love, gave a heart-felt performance that brought the audience to their feet. Appearing with Omar were: Ronnie Ciago on drums, Dimitris Mahlis on guitar, and Hussain Jiffry on bass. Also joining the evening was renowned violinist, Karen Briggs who left the crowd wanting more.

Pachelbel’s Canon
Tuesday, October 23, 2012

While researching the effects of music as a stress reducer, I have come across countless studies by everyone from respected neurologists to Ivy League Universities and although not all agree on the “scientific” results, I was surprised to find that one piece of music in particular was used in most; Pachelbel’s Canon.

How to Meditate (1)
Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Sit or lie down, as you prefer, in a quiet place where you are not likely to be disturbed. Close your eyes and allow your mind to become quiet. Music can assist with this. Meditation can be as easy and basic as this and can work perfectly well. However, you might want to expand your awareness of what to expect and to explore some of the possibilities through the practice of meditation.

Newest Release – Stillness: A Collection
Wednesday, October 10, 2012

On the new compilation, Stillness: A Collection, Real Music founder and president Terence Yallop has once again created a musical journey ideal for “relaxation, meditation, massage...love”. This collection of ten tracks features Real Music favorites including Liquid Mind, Karunesh, and Kenio Fuke. Listen & Buy

Heading West available now
Wednesday, October 10, 2012

The 4th album by Welsh guitarist Mike Howe — Heading West is available now. “[There is] something refreshing and utterly unique that makes this disc into one of the best we’ve reviewed in the last 12 months.“ —NeuFuture Magazine.   Learn More

Pastorale by Beethoven
Molecular Music
Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Dr. Masaru Emoto has spent a lifetime researching and testing the effects of positive thinking on the molecular structure of water. His experiments include relaying thoughts to the water through single-word labels on beakers, prayer and music. His findings are both controversial and fascinating. Music has always played a part in conveying the mood of humanity, but what does it do to us on a molecular level? This is just what Dr. Emoto set out to document. He placed distilled water between two speakers playing music for several hours.

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