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5K HD – Ice Bird

Music by 5K HD (5khd-music.com) Released via Seayou Records (seayourecords.com) Recorded by Evan Sutton Mixed by Max Walch und Manu Mayr Mastered by Martin Scheer Video Thomas Medicus (thomasmedicus.at) Myriam Kraml (myriamkraml.wordpress.com) Advertisements

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What Makes Music Special to Us? – Nautilus

We are all born with a predisposition for music, a predisposition that develops spontaneously and is refined by listening to music. Nearly everyone possesses the musical skills essential to experiencing and appreciating music. Think of “relative pitch,”recognising a melody separately … Continue reading

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Distinct Sounds of the City Replicated on Electric Guitar – Laughing Squid

Musician Davidlap, who makes very creative use of his amazing string skills, recreated a number of city sounds with his electric guitar. These sounds Source: Distinct Sounds of the City Replicated on Electric Guitar

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Math artist John Sims is living a life of pi – Quartzy

Every day is Pi Day for this artist, who brings math to life in art, videos, music, crafts, and writing. Pi is  3.14159, plus some, ad infinitum, a number sequence that doesn’t repeat and whose end cannot be reached. On … Continue reading

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A Relaxing Animation Bursts Into Color as it Morphs Through Abstract Line Drawings

Watching the animation Idle, Torrent by Alex Moy is like watching the most relaxing screen saver ever produced, or perhaps an old school music visualizer that slowly morphs between trippy patterns and colors. […] Source: A Relaxing Animation Bursts Into … Continue reading

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Bach on Piano for Blind Elephant

Paul Barton Published on 30 Jun 2018 Lam Duan is the name of an old blind elephant, her name means “Tree with Yellow Flowers”. Lam Duan has been blind most of her life. Lamduan lives at Elephants World, Thailand. http://www.elephantsworld.org

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The Smaller the Theater, the Faster the Music – Nautilus

This article is part of Nautilus’ month-long exploration of the science and art of time. Read the introduction  here.   How is composing music of a given meter similar to painting flowing water? In this conversation between the composer and … Continue reading

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🎤 PORTELA 2019 l Clipe Oficial dos Carnavarizados – “Na Madureira Moderníssima…!

Clipe Oficial 2019 dos Carnavarizados com o Grêmio Recreativo Escola de Samba Portela – Direção Geral: Yuri Ornellas e Wirley Contaifer – Assistente de Direção l Logger: Rafael Cardoso – Direção de Fotografia: Pedro Marins – Câmera: Pedro Marins – … Continue reading

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How Pink Floyd Used Odd Metering, Organic Loops and Travelling Bass Line to Create the Iconic Song ‘Money’

In a follow-up to his analysis of the Pink Floyd song “Comfortably Numb”, the fast talking doodler 12Tonetakes on “Money”, an equally interesting song by the same band. He starts off with the the cash register as an organic loop before launching into the unusual … Continue reading

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Twenty Instruments Reconstructed to Play Through the Keys of a Vintage Piano

We’ve all tinkered around on a keyboard that, when a button is pushed or settings tweaked, gives us a chance to play the sound of a flute or drum. When the Ukrainian band Brunettes Shoot Blondes purchased a vintage, albeit … Continue reading

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