Category Archives: rhythm

POLYRHYTHM- Learn and MASTER 3:4 and 4:3 [MUSIC THEORY – RHYTHM- COUNTING]

We go way beyond just “passing the golden butter” in this video to explore the musical aspects of these rhythms and how we can apply them in real world scenarios, with a significant stress on how a polyrhythm can be … Continue reading

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How To Trick Your Brain Into Falling Asleep | Jim Donovan | TEDxYoungstown

Jim Donovan M.Ed. is a professional musician, Assistant Professor at Saint Francis University and TEDx speaker. His mission is to share the healing power of music through education and performance. He specializes in placing music and wellness programs in organizations … Continue reading

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Rhythm Necklaces

Note: Please wear headphones to hear all of the effects presented here. This project explores auditory perception as related to Euclidean algorithms, the mathematical properties of which are useful in fields as varied as crystallography and radio astronomy. These algorithms … Continue reading

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Design Principles: Rhythm — Hannah Johnson

Alternating occurrence of form and space is known in the design world as rhythm, one of the secondary principles of design. Often confused as a pattern, rhythm can be established using any element of the design. To create rhythm using … Continue reading

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Rhythm and Shifting Our Perception | David Alderdice | TEDxPaonia

How can understanding rhythm shift our perceptions of ourselves and the world? In this riveting talk Ethno-musicologist David Alderdice uses a mulltipercussion instrument and engages the audience to demonstrate how poly-rhythms, the simultaneous use of one or two conflicting rhythms, … Continue reading

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The future is Polyrhythmic | Edward Chilvers | TEDxReading

This talk presents a case for why structural polyrhythm is the inevitable future direction of music. Starting with a model of the nature of musical perception, and moving through a historical account of how musical appreciation has developed and evolved, … Continue reading

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Amazing Real Time MRI Footage That Shows How the Lips, Tongue and Throat Move While Beatboxing

Researcher Dr. Jens Frahm of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttigen, Germany who showed how the tongue moves while speaking and singing via real time MRI, had beatboxer Gaucho (Timo Schnepf) demonstrate how the tongue moves while freestyling using the very same impressive technology. … Continue reading

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A different way to visualize rhythm – John Varney

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/a-different… In standard notation, rhythm is indicated on a musical bar line. But there are other ways to visualize rhythm that can be more intuitive. John Varney describes the ‘wheel method’ of tracing rhythm and uses it … Continue reading

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Antithesis | Async | Ryuichi Sakamoto on Vimeo

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(3) 12 Bar Blues – Piano Duet with Peter the Elephant – Thailand – YouTube

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