York, United Kingdom, March 22, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- A survey into talent and creativity in the UK that revealed Robbie Williams is the top musical influence for unsigned musicians, has boosted traffic to The Canopy Channel, the free online digital library that commissioned the survey.
The British think they can sing and Robbie is the main inspiration for their dreams of becoming professional musicians!
More than half of the UK population think they could compose music and sing – and Robbie Williams is their main inspiration, according to the recent survey by the free web image and music hosting service, The Canopy Channel.
The survey of creative talent and ambition in the UK was carried out by the new free online digital library, www.canopychannel.com - a free platform that encourages web users to become musicians and composers by publishing lyrics and to share new music online.
The Canopy Channel has tapped into the public’s love of using the new web-based audio production programmes to produce and share music online – and express their creativity.
Publicity about the survey has boosted visits to the new free online digital library, which is seeing its highest visitor numbers since its launch in 2006.
The Canopy Channel is not only a free online music hosting website, but is popular with writers, designers and other creative types too, who can create a free online digital image library, or publish and share videos online.
Results of this investigation show that 23 per cent of the British population aspire to become professional musicians. Also, among them 13 per cent hold a very strong dream to take up vocal coaching or join a band, before they die.
Author-Composer Robbie Williams was by far the most inspirational musician mentioned by the 3,000 respondents to the survey; the second most influential music star was the indestructible pop queen Madonna.
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Users of the www.canopychannel.com website can publish writing as well as upload music free of charge and answers the demand of web users who want to use online libraries to publish creative works.
A spokesperson for The Canopy Channel said: “We are passionate about the opportunities offered by the internet to allow people to express their creativity.
“In a matter of minutes a budding author, journalist, artist, photographer, video maker or musician can see their work published on our site.
“There is a wealth of untapped talent out there just waiting to be discovered.”
Since its launch in November 2006, users have been able to register for a free Canopy Channel account and immediately create their personal network of video, audio or images.
Anyone can watch videos, listen to music, or read articles on The Canopy Channel. They can search by entering common search terms, or they can browse by subject or by channel.
Also, along with connecting users with video, music from each others, The Canopy Channel delivers interesting and genuine information to people who wish to share expertise about new digital technologies.