Sunday, October 22, 2006

Blues Music On The Go

Lately I have been thinking a lot about ways to take my music with me as I go out and about. One of the reasons that I started my mp3 blogs is because I really like the mp3 music format. But I don't like to carry several electronic devices around with me at all times. To take your music around with you it seems that you have to carry an mp3 player, and if you also carry a cellphone then that's another device that you have to lug along.

But what if you could have an mp3 player that is also a cellphone. Well of course they have those and they have been on the market for some time now. Which is what this particular post is all about.

I was not aware of it, but it seems that cellphones are all about multimedia these days. One of the more popular mp3 playing phones is the Motorola RAZR V3m Phone . Which uses the Verizon's music service. It is another EV-DO-powered service that makes the V3m a music playing phone. With V Cast Music, your phone is a music player, letting you jam your favorite blues tune wherever you are. It's also a music store, which allows you to download songs instantly to your phone wirelessly. Save your songs to a memory card with a capacity that's right for you. You can even pause to take a call without missing a beat.

Another cool phone for listening to music on is the Sony Ericsson W810i Phone. The W810i is a Walkman phone. You can play songs in MP3 or AAC format on a memory card. It also comes with a music player application with a "Music Mode" that shuts down the phone functions so you can listen on an airplane or anytime you don't want to accept calls. It has Digital Mega Bass and stereo widening to enhance your listening experience. There's an FM radio, which I think is a cool feature because I listen to a lot of radio too. The radio also supports reception of digital song information from radio stations. The phone comes with a stereo headset.

The Nokia E62 Smartphone is probably more suited for business but it also supports playback of MP3 and AAC audio files, as well as streaming and stored video files. Connect a headset, load up your tunes and videos to a memory card, and you've got some serious entertainment in your hand.

I some times wonder what the old time bluesmen would think about all this new technology. Most people probably think that these old guys probably would not have understood technology, but you have to remember that they were one the cutting edge of music in their day, and many of them were doing things with the technologies of their times, like using electric guitars for example, that were way ahead of the time. I'd like to believe that the old time bluesmen would embrace the new technologies and use them the best that they could.

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