# How to make an electronic monopoly with a chart

The chart above explains the basics of electronic music.

It also explains how to make a chart that can help you understand the differences between the music charts you are hearing, the charts you can buy, and the charts available in stores.

How it works Charting music and charts with electronic music The chart below shows the top 20 chart trends of the year.

It shows which charts are at the top and which are at or near the bottom.

The chart also shows which music trends are most prevalent and how the charts compare to one another.

In this chart, we have included charts from major US music services, such as Spotify, Pandora, and Apple Music.

If you have a Spotify subscription, the chart is also available for you to download and use.

Charting online The chart shows how much of the chart can be downloaded at a time and how much can be streamed at a given time.

Chart shows the average time spent streaming a song.

The top 20 charts by total time spent Streaming Average: The chart is divided into five sub-charts.

The first sub-sub-chord is the total time streaming a track.

The second sub-divisor is the average of the top 5 streaming and top 10 listening time charts.

The next sub-division is the overall average of all the sub-sections.

The last sub-decision is the difference between the average and the maximum, as determined by our formula.

To see how much streaming is consumed each day, click on the bar in the top right corner of the graph.

Chart also shows the total amount of time each chart is downloaded.

This includes all the charts that were downloaded and watched, including those that were skipped.

How to calculate a chart using the formula The chart has been calculated using a formula developed by the Nielsen Music Ratings and Ratings Research Corporation (NMTR), the music industry’s ratings agency.

The formula, which is available in three different versions, can be used to find a trend in the charts.

To determine the trend, you need to know the following: How many people have streamed a song from the chart and how many people listened to it?

How many times has a song been played on Spotify or Pandora?

How long did people listen to it before streaming it?

The formula is based on the Nielsen data from March, 2016, when the chart was first launched.

The following is a breakdown of the numbers for each of the charts in the chart below: Top 20 charts: The top 50 chart trends in total daily listening and listening time.