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MAY I add a note to the correspondence on background music in shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and so on (You Say, August 23 and 27, September 10)?
SIR - Loud background music in shops and leisure venues (Letters, Aug 22) can often be the source of frustration for people with hearing loss as it causes greater difficulty when trying to follow conversations.
The company said that the product has been expanded to provide a full set of video editing tools enabling users to take video, and background music, then apply effects and transitions The software can automatically upload movies, music and photos in the proper format for use in Media panel, it can add, delete, copy, trim, split and merged media files via the timeline annual and provides tools for editing videos, adding background music and applying video transitions.
com/) is a customized background music and messaging system for businesses that can be ordered online, and provides the ability and flexibility to place and/or sell in-store advertising to suppliers and vendors.
One of the most eagerly-anticipated games in the history of the Sony PlayStation has been delayed because of concerns some of the background music may offend Muslims, the game's developers said Monday.
Release of one of the most eagerly anticipated games in the history of the Sony PlayStation has been delayed because of concerns that some of the background music may offend Muslims, the game's developers said Monday.
Then, background music was meant to literally fade into the background, whispering sweet nothings just out of earshot while the din of consumerism and socializing (couples chatting, plates clinking, cash registers clanging) took the main stage.
A couple of weeks ago on Screen Wipe, Charlie Brooker pronounced Rob Dougan's Clubbed to Death "the most overused piece of background music on telly".