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post #46 of 55
For me hard rock/alternative, avenged sevenfold, linkin park, korn, etc.
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Thanks Beefy85 for bringing this thread back to life, it's nice to know different genres of music people listen to while decorating cake, made my day!!!
Your welcome. I was going to start a thread exactly the same as this to get to know people but when I found this one I decided I'd just post on this one instead. It's nice to get an insight into how other people work in the cake world and as music is such a big part of my life this thread was right up my street.
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I have to rock out when I cake! I like Alkaline Trio, Bad Religion, As Friends Rust, Jimmy Eat World, Rollins Band, Bayside... It helps energize me, I swear, my natural state is half asleep.
Tell me about it. Honestly all of my big orders seem to be when I've had very little sleep. May us going to be interesting. I've got about 20 orders to get out along side my 60 hour per week day job. It's going to be emotional. But it's also going to pay for a Bose sound dock icon_biggrin.gif so every cloud has a silver lining.
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Tell me about it. Honestly all of my big orders seem to be when I've had very little sleep. May us going to be interesting. I've got about 20 orders to get out along side my 60 hour per week day job. It's going to be emotional. But it's also going to pay for a Bose sound dock icon_biggrin.gif so every cloud has a silver lining.


((((((((((BOSE))))))))))))!!! I have one don't have the dock though, just stick my phone in the the back of mine, it was worth every penny!

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((((((((((BOSE))))))))))))!!! I have one don't have the dock though, just stick my phone in the the back of mine, it was worth every penny!

Haha. Yeah I was thinking about just getting a cheap Sony dock with it only being for the kitchen but sound quality is everything to me and I had a Bose sound system in my old car which was really good considering it was stock so I figured it had to be Bose
post #51 of 55

I just put on the ipod and let it play. i have about 1200 songs so there's a good variety on there. But I cannot go through one day without music.. especially when cooking or baking!

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I just put on the ipod and let it play. i have about 1200 songs so there's a good variety on there. But I cannot go through one day without music.. especially when cooking or baking!

You are so lucky! I can't shuffle on mine! We have a 120 gig ipod that somehow collected all the music off the computer, both hard drives... Not too bad, except it has some serious crap on it from when both my younger and older brothers lived with me. Bloodhound Gang, Teagan and Sarah, to name a couple. Plus, my husband has some questionable taste in punk. Old screamy garage style, that hits the migraine nerve. I like my punk a little cleaner and smarter. Out of 20,000 songs on there, I hate about 10,000! And about 2,000 aren't good for making cakes to.

 

I have 2 playlists: Cake and Sleep. Sleep has Tom Petty, Keene, Pat Boone, Beatles, Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, lol Stuff that knocks me out. Cake is the rocking stuff.

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post #53 of 55
Never really thought about it. If I were to listen to anything while decorating a cake, I'd probably go with Bach chamber or orchestral music. Maybe the Brandenburg Concertos. I can definitely imagine myself decorating a cake to the 4th Brandenburg, either the original for 2 flutes, violin, strings, and continuo, or perhaps the version by synthesist Wendy Carlos.

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post #54 of 55

Beethoven, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Beatles, Colin James, and some other stuff.

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post #55 of 55

I take the time to warm up my vocal chords... I also sing at my church so I listen and practice all the Old... hymns, new songs etc.  They energize me and inspire me on my work.

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