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Carl Franklin explains how to make your own low-carb noodles at home and offers up his favorite noodle and pasta recipes. This is a digital download, not a physical book.
Published November, 2018, this is River. 70 BPM. 25 Minutes.
Published August, 2018, this is Judson. 72 BPM. 25 Minutes.
Published June, 2018, this is Bel-Air. 70 BPM. 25 Minutes.
18 tracks of Music to Code By and more are now available in the Music to Flow By app in your app store.
Sunset. Published April, 2018.
Music to Code By WAV and MP3 files. Original three tracks only. Does not include extra tracks.
Digital Bundle: Music to Code By (original three tracks mp3 and WAV), Been a While (mp3), and Lifeboat to Nowhere (mp3). Download all three albums by Carl Franklin. Does not include Track #4 ("Red").
Published April, 2018, this is Orchid.
Sienna. Published May 10, 2016. 25 Minutes.
Released in February, 2016, this is Chartreuse.
Gold. Published January, 2016. 74 BPM. 25 Minutes.
Published November, 2015, this is Indigo. 70 BPM. 25 Minutes.
New from Carl Franklin in October, 2015, this is Ochre. 70 BMP. 25 Minutes.
Azure. Produced in September, 2015. 60 BPM. 25 Minutes
Recorded in June, 2015, this is track #7. Cyan. 72 BPM. 25 minutes.
Introduced in May, 2015, this is track #6. Purple. 80 BPM. 25 minutes.
Introduced in April, 2015, this is track #5. Green. 75BPM. 25 minutes.
Introduced in March, 2015, this is track #4. Red. 25 minutes. 80BPM with a slight hip-hop shuffle.
Use Music to Code By as background music for live streams or in your own videos for up to one year.
Now your entire team can reap the benefits of Music to Code By. This site license allows you to share the entire collection, including future tracks up to track 25, with up to 100 people in your organization.
Download the WAV file versions of the entire collection in one zip file.
Carl has delivered a new 25-minute track much like the first 3, entitled "Red." A great addition to your collection.
We (I) struggled for weeks trying to tweak the old store (wrote it myself) and implement a new shopping cart app. Finally I landed here (NopCommerce) and it's great so far.