I don’t get the whole “Add to library” function of Apple Music or similar streaming platforms. See, I always add things to a playlist. I keep my playlists organized like genres (and also share them publicly). So when I’m adding music to my collection, I never select “Add to library”, it’s always “Add to playlist”.
Adding to library is like throwing clothes in a pile
To me, it makes no sense selecting “add to library”. Many of you may do this, but here’s the scenario; I hear a song I like, got a chill-out vibe and I select “Add to library” instead of “Add to playlist”. Later on, I wanna’ listen to that chill-out song again or organize that song into a playlist or something. It was just one song by one artist.
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I’ve had my personal music collection on Spotify, but I’ve switched to Apple Music a while ago and I couldn’t share my personal music collection playlists the same way on Apple Music. But now I can. I’m @mixerjaexx on Apple Music and @mixerjaexx on Spotify.
List of public playlists on Apple Music
Here’s the list of playlists that I have on Apple Music. They’re in genre format as that’s how I listen to my music.
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When you look at the music electronica producers and artists create, you often find it’s the same genre of music. Of course, most times it’s because that’s the music they want to target, but that’s not the only reason. Creating music in different genres is not a straight-forward process like it would seem. Many times, in order to create music in a certain genre, there are keys, or secrets, that have to be discovered.
People attribute musicians and producers that can create music in multiple genres to being broadly skilled as opposed to those who only stick to one or two very similar genres. But what I’ve found is that it’s really about unlocking certain secrets to a genre rather than skill itself.
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