Audiobook listeners are always looking for new ways to keep learning sessions energized and music is one critical element.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 03, 2013
In our distracting world of information overload, music is often used to introduce and anchor new information for easier recall and retention. Author and composer, Dr. Riendeau used behavioral science research to help compose appropriate music for his recently released audiobook First, Hide The Poison Arrows. The music features contemporary piano, guitar and strings written specifically to create appropriate moods for the book's content on sales training and leadership effectiveness.
"Audiobook listeners are always looking for new ways to keep learning sessions energized and music is one critical element," says the author. "Matching appropriate music with specific sections help listeners associate the music and the message in a positive way, rather than distract."
Musical soundtracks released from popular movies, musicals and mini-series are common. A soundtrack from a business education product is rare. Given music’s important role to build energy and excitement at major corporate events, athletic events, conferences, and political campaigns, this seven song soundtrack offers options of using music to anchor the importance of professional development. Stress reduction, creativity and inspiration are also viable options for music's inclusion in such activities.
Dr. Russ Riendeau is senior partner of East Wing Group, Inc., a retained search practice. He’s also a contemporary artist and composer, using art and music to teach stress reduction and inspire peak performance.
First, Hide The Poison Arrows soundtrack is on the Eyecatcher Press label and available for digital downloads at http://www.eyecatcherpress.com. The First, Hide The Poison Arrows audiobook can be found on Amazon.
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