Final voting opportunity for the 2016 Anglophile Channel Awards. Good luck Richard Armitage, you know you had my vote!
The 2016 Anglophile Channel Awards
The 2016 Anglophile Channel Awards nominations have been announced and now it’s YOUR turn to VOTE for the BEST performances and artists in British entertainment!
Millions of Votes!
We received millions of votes from dedicated Anglophile Channel viewers from around the world, all voting enthusiastically for their favorite performances. Your votes were combined with the votes from our panel of distinguished industry professionals and together we had our TOP 5 nominees in five categories: Best Actor/Actress in a Television Series, Best Actor/Actress in a Motion Picture, and Favorite British Artist of the Year…where there was a tie, so we have six nominees!
We love all of the TAC nominees this year, as they’re all incredibly brilliant artists who have brought us the some of the most memorable performances in film and television, many of them pulling double duty…
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This is an amazing Band. I love each of their original songs and even their few covers. Take a listen! I’ll bet you enjoy it as much as I do. I am a fan!
The Abyss – An Original Garage Band Creation
When I started recording my original songs, whether it was solo or with Junior Chills, I recorded using the voice record feature on my tablet and phone. Not realising (pretty stupid of me) that I would still be using the same microphone of my device, I downloaded Garage Band in the hope that I would be able to make my songs sound better by editing and mixing them up a bit. Although the recording quality itself for vocals wasn’t great, the different instruments and the effects you could use was, for a novice, excellent.
I remember faffin’ about with the app for ages and I made a few instrumental tunes (such as Head of a Weasel and others which I will put on the blog at some stage). However I inadvertently decided to put together a song using only the instruments available…
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