Monday, October 19, 2020 - Music Discussion Forums. See interesting forum sections, such as:

General Music
Jazz/Big Band/Easy Listening/Soft Rock 
Rock/Classic Rock/Prog Rock/Blues 
Hard Rock/Metal Alternative 
Soul/R&B/Hip Hop/Rap 
Classical/World Music 


  1. Music is a magical thread that weaves through the fabric of our lives, painting emotions with vibrant melodies and rhythmic beats. It's a universal language that transcends boundaries, connecting hearts and souls across the globe. From the soothing embrace of classical compositions to the electrifying energy of contemporary tunes, music is a timeless companion that uplifts, inspires, and resonates with the very essence of our humanity. It's a refuge in moments of solitude, a celebration in times of joy, and a comforting embrace during life's trials. The power of music lies not just in the notes and lyrics but in its ability to evoke memories, trigger emotions, and create a soundtrack for our personal narratives. In this harmonious journey, music becomes more than just sound; it becomes the heartbeat of our shared human experience.

    1. Thanks for your description. Music is the talented arrangement of sound to create some combination of form, harmony, melody, rhythm, or otherwise expressive content.

  2. Hey Canada Forums community, I've been following the vibrant discussions here on music, and I stumbled upon a fantastic tool that can add an artistic touch to your album covers and promotional materials. Check out this incredible background remover at – it's user-friendly and can give your visuals a professional edge. As we've been sharing our thoughts on music, I thought this tool could be a game-changer for creating eye-catching graphics for our favorite artists or even personal music projects. It's always exciting to explore new avenues for expressing our musical passion, and this tool adds a creative dimension to our discussions. Feel free to give it a try and share your experiences! Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.

    1. "background remover" - that is interesting. Hopefully, the AI can understand which part is the background on the image. I guess it can tell which parts are humans and the humans are left on the image.

      I tried it with a map image, basically half the map was gone after the "removing." Good luck.