Music isn’t something you listen to, it’s something you feel.
— Danny Dance (via dannydance)
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dannydance:

And here we go! Back in action! Let’s get at re-post if you love the song or any of these dance moves! Subscribe to my channel.  Dance Is A Feeling!!

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dannydance:

If we make it about the music, DJing can be art.

Yes.

dannydance:

If we make it about the music, DJing can be art.

Yes.

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dannydance:

On your mark…

So much new mmmmmusic.

dannydance:

On your mark…

So much new mmmmmusic.

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dannydance:

They say Olympians train an average of 24 hours a week (30 if you’re an elite Olympian like Michael Phelps.  60 if you’re a Greatest-of-All-Timer like Tiger Woods).  24 hours a week breaks down to 3 hours, 25 minutes every single day, 365 days a year.  
If you practice something that much, then after 8 years, you’ll rack up about 10,000 hours of practice.  At that point, you will more or less be world-class at that thing.
I want to be a world-class House Music producer.  Starting today, I’m putting in my 3:25. What do you want to be?  Join me.


(download the hi-res picture at http://bit.ly/325worldclass)

dannydance:

They say Olympians train an average of 24 hours a week (30 if you’re an elite Olympian like Michael Phelps.  60 if you’re a Greatest-of-All-Timer like Tiger Woods).  24 hours a week breaks down to 3 hours, 25 minutes every single day, 365 days a year.  

If you practice something that much, then after 8 years, you’ll rack up about 10,000 hours of practice.  At that point, you will more or less be world-class at that thing.

I want to be a world-class House Music producer.  Starting today, I’m putting in my 3:25. What do you want to be?  Join me.

(download the hi-res picture at http://bit.ly/325worldclass)

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[DIAF005] Before We Had The Time (Radio Edit)

dannydance:

Download some free summer love. The extended DJ edit comes out this Friday, July 27. The Man Who Can Dance returns with a sizzling summer love song, “Before We Had The Time”, the first of many hot singles in the Dance Is A Feeling Records pipeline.  BWHTT features an addictive groove with a classic feel, a foot-stomping vocal, and a mid-song drop designed to make you lose your mind in delight.  Never straying far from its feel-good story, the track delivers a chest-pounding ode to the feeling, awe, and love we all feel in the summertime, delivered in that unique, bassy Danny Dance style.

Song structure:

Pre-intro “better believe it, babe” - Intro (16) - Verse (16) - Bridge (16) - Verse (16) - Breakdown (8) - Buildup (8) - Chorus (16) - Bridge (2) - Chorus (12) - Bridge (2)

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dancetipshd:

abetterdancingday:

dannydance:

So there I am, happily dancing into the dusk on the beach, swaying to the House Music in my headphones as I House Dance on the boardwalk (which I do daily before making music each night), when I suddenly feel the flick of two fingers on my face. A female bicyclist had decide that me dancing in the amply wide boardwalk merited a subtle slap in the face. A lane so big, on a boardwalk so wide, that five dancers and five bikes could together not take up the entire thing. It was a stupid thing for her to do, taking advantage of her motion on a bike to strike me as she kept riding.
So imagine the surprised look on her face when I caught up to her 150 meters down the path, to give her a large piece of my mind. Her bike lost to my cardio; her action lost to my words.
Everybody along the strip was impressed. Including her.

Haha. Dance cardio for the win! ;)

LOL! I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: dancetip 001:
“In House Dance, the quads burn up FAST. Try to jog 4x a week!” ;)


The modern producer must be well-rounded, ready to tackle any challenge—in and out of the production studio ;).  Seriously, though, it’s important to stay healthy and fit, even if you spend a lot of time in your DAWs making music.  

dancetipshd:

abetterdancingday:

dannydance:

So there I am, happily dancing into the dusk on the beach, swaying to the House Music in my headphones as I House Dance on the boardwalk (which I do daily before making music each night), when I suddenly feel the flick of two fingers on my face. A female bicyclist had decide that me dancing in the amply wide boardwalk merited a subtle slap in the face. A lane so big, on a boardwalk so wide, that five dancers and five bikes could together not take up the entire thing. It was a stupid thing for her to do, taking advantage of her motion on a bike to strike me as she kept riding.

So imagine the surprised look on her face when I caught up to her 150 meters down the path, to give her a large piece of my mind. Her bike lost to my cardio; her action lost to my words.

Everybody along the strip was impressed. Including her.

Haha. Dance cardio for the win! ;)

LOL! I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: dancetip 001:

“In House Dance, the quads burn up FAST. Try to jog 4x a week!” ;)

dancetipsHD 001: Cardio

The modern producer must be well-rounded, ready to tackle any challenge—in and out of the production studio ;).  Seriously, though, it’s important to stay healthy and fit, even if you spend a lot of time in your DAWs making music.  

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dannydance:

Time can buy experience, and money can buy knowledge, but nothing can buy the joy of making music.

Some mags I just picked up. A few articles are cross-posted, but I think the knowledge in these two bookazines are well worth the $52.98 total. Here’s to what these 268 pages will do for your music.P.S. Follow me on my artist Tumblr, http://dannydance.com

dannydance:

Time can buy experience, and money can buy knowledge, but nothing can buy the joy of making music.

Some mags I just picked up. A few articles are cross-posted, but I think the knowledge in these two bookazines are well worth the $52.98 total. Here’s to what these 268 pages will do for your music.

P.S. Follow me on my artist Tumblr, http://dannydance.com

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