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In the Accelerated Solutions Environment (ASE) we use acoustics to facilitate work during collaborative sessions. I recently read an article on Buffer about how music affects and benefits the brain, I have used some of their insights here and shared my thoughts about how music and acoustics can be used to support collaborative work. Our perception of ‘neutral’ is effected by music The 6 Things Everyone Should Know About Facilitating With Acoustics | Getting HERE from THERE The 6 Things Everyone Should Know About Facilitating With Acoustics | Getting HERE from THERE
Mysterious Tremendum Ensemble - Concert dedicated to World Peace. Vienna 11.07.2013
Start - Vocal Toning + + Wellbeing & Sound Healing + + Start - Vocal Toning + + Wellbeing & Sound Healing + + Unsere Zellen erinnern sich. Es gibt keine bessere Heilmethode, als die Selbstheilungskräfte des eigenen Körpers, welche in jedem von uns schlummern. Mit "Vocal Toning" aktivieren wir diese Kräfte dauerhaft, auf eine schnelle, wirksame und spielerisch einfache Art und Weise ! Ohne Pillen und Nebenwirkungen ! Gelassenheit macht sich breit. Wenn wir erst einmal in Kontakt sind mit uns selbst, sind wir ausgeglichen, zufrieden und lassen nicht zu, dass uns Unmut, Ärger und Frust die gute Laune verderben.
G e o t i c G e o t i c undefined G e o t i c Minimal / Ambient music project of Will Wiesenfeld. All music available here, FREE for download. If you feel like contributing, donations are appreciated ♥ "Bless the Self"
How The Fourth Dimension Of Sound Is Being Used For Live Concerts ⚙ Co Max Cooper wants you to experience music in four dimensions. The electronic musician has been experimenting with a new sound system that uses several omnidirectional speakers and special software to deliver audio in a more immersive, interactive way. We talked to Cooper about 4-D sound, its implications, and how he sees it being used in the future. What’s the reaction you get from people when explaining 4-D sound? People are very interested when I tell them about it. They don't need much convincing once I've explained the basics. How The Fourth Dimension Of Sound Is Being Used For Live Concerts ⚙ Co
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“Tape It Off The Air” – Blank Reel Tape Manufacturer Teaches you How to Pirate Music! | Under Design From a recent Reel-to-Reel Conversion we did, this promotional insert was shilling subscriptions to an early Ziff-Davis publication by the name of Hifi & Music Review. It also had detailed instructions on how to jack music from the radio, before integrated stereo systems were common. Alas, there is no page 5… hence, the soft sell. “Tape It Off The Air” – Blank Reel Tape Manufacturer Teaches you How to Pirate Music! | Under Design
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Robots & Electronic Brains - eclectic music zine Robots & Electronic Brains - eclectic music zine strange sounds (6/1/06) The new book by Mark Brend is pretty clear about its focus: Strange Sounds. The subtitle is less succinct, but more exact: Offbeat Instruments and Sonic Experiments in Pop. If you've ever scanned the back of a Radiohead record sleeve and wondered what the hell an Ondes Martenot was or yearned to know just who created the puppetophonic soundtracks to the Gerry Anderson TV shows or puzzled over exactly what a washboard and jug had got to do with pop music or tried to hum the break from Wild Thing on a kazoo or marvelled over those super-sparse early hip hop drum breaks, this is the book for you.
Pure Rhythm - a guide to the world of rhythm Pure Rhythm - a guide to the world of rhythm “Rhythm, whether organized in terms of strict metric cycles or loosely defined as the durations of notes and rests in a given composition, has often intrigued and challenged music analysts. In this book, Adam Rudolph, a consummate performer and composer who is well versed in a variety of musical styles, navigates through the expansive domain of world rhythm and leads us deftly into what we may call, the “rhythm world.” Here, a vast number of traditional beat patterns provide the groundwork for generating a remarkable array of metric variations and departures. Creative and imaginative, as well as exciting and mentally engaging, the approach makes the book and the accompanying audio material a tremendous training tool for music students and percussionists alike. The work is truly commendable.” Ali Jihad Racy, Ph.D,.
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My Only Mentor, Butch Morris (1947-2013) Butch Morris (center) performing with Christian Marclay (left) and Wayne Horvitz (right) at the Times Square-area bar Tin Pan Alley in 1987. Photo by Keri Pickett, courtesy Wayne Horvitz I met Butch Morris shortly after moving to New York City in 1979. I am not sure how or when, but he was extremely gracious to me, became a lifelong friend, and I can honestly say he is the only single human being who I think of as a mentor. It wasn’t about music in any technical sense, but really more in a social sense: How music fit into his life, how he created community, what he cared about, what he didn’t care about, and so on. The fact that Butch was fun, charming, a great person to travel with, to dine and drink with, and to hang with is something everyone who knew Butch can speak to. My Only Mentor, Butch Morris (1947-2013)
download in groups Complete works organized into 13 groups for download. (Individual works may be downloaded via the catalog or search pages) The links below are to .zip archives containing 256kbps AAC encoded versions of the recordings. James Kibbie - Bach Organ Works - Download James Kibbie - Bach Organ Works - Download
Just Intonation Toolkit The Just Intonation Toolkit is a resource that allows musicians to hear and play intervals other those found in equal temperament tuning system. Various existing systems of just intonation can be selected and then played either with the computer keyboard, a MIDI keyboard, or from an external application. The intervals can be played as zither sounds, organ sounds, piano sounds, or sine tones. You can also specify your own intervals and save the resulting intonation system as a preset. There are several tuning systems built in: La Monte Young's Well Tuned Piano (1973 tuning) Harry Partch's 43 tone system Harry Partch's proposed 4 string instrument for the comparison of equal temperament with various systems of just intonation Intervals from the 5-limit tonality diamond Greek Mixolydian Scales The tetrachord tunings of Archytas, Eratosthenes and Didymos Greek Mixolydian Scales Ling Lun's pentatonic and 12-note systems Just Intonation Toolkit
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Photo by Tommi Grönlund The sound worlds of Finnish electronic composer Mika Vainio, whether performed solo, in collaboration with artists as diverse as Alan Vega, Keiji Haino and F.M. Einheit, or as half of experimental techno innovators Pan Sonic, are immediately recognisable thanks to their unswervingly tight focus. Vainio coolly resists the trappings of constantly escalating music technologies, the better to closely examine the properties of his modest arsenal of tone generators and grooveboxes. Yet his output somehow manages to span the entire history of electronic music, reaching right back to its avant-garde roots in 50s academia, travelling through the post-punk transgressions of industrial music and stepping confidently across techno dancefloors to arrive at a 21st century interzone. In Extremis | Alternating Currents: An Interview With Mika Vainio
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Musical Instrument Museum | Mechanical Music Gallery MIM’s Mechanical Music Gallery features a selection of musical instruments such as player pianos, mechanical zithers, and cylinder music boxes that, by definition, “play themselves.” The period between the late 19th and early 20th centuries, known as the Golden Age of Mechanical Music, saw the creation of a remarkable range of self-playing instruments in Europe and the Americas. MIM’s Mechanical Music Gallery highlights a range of mechanical instrument types and technologies from this era, including artistic examples that feature animated components such as human and animal figures. Orchestral Music Box
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La Monte Young La Monte Young is a composer, musician, and Artistic Director of the MELA Foundation. He serves as artistic director of MELA along with the visual artist Marian Zazeela , with whom he is a major collaborator on many projects including the Dream House Sound and Light Environment . He is a disciple of Pandit Pran Nath , and teaches Kirana gharana at MELA's Kirana Center for Indian Classical Music . He lives in New York City. Biographical Information From the official MELA Foundation website:
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Theatres of Eternal Music Say the word drone and, depending on your conversation partner, any number of possible responses might emerge: an entomologist's exegesis on the male honeybee's mating practices, the military expert's account of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, perhaps a musicologist's analysis of the drone-like features of the bagpipe, bluegrass banjo, and didgeridoo. Within electronic music circles, the word might elicit historical anecdotes populated by dramatis personae like La Monte Young and Terry Riley, plus nostalgic recollections colored by strobe-lit chanters and tambura players. Far from being an esoteric phenomenon of the ‘60s, recent works by Greg Davis, Deathprod, Robert Henke, Minit, and Growing suggest that the drone is still very much alive and, if anything, thriving. While there appears to be a resurgence of interest, it's also possible we're merely witnessing new additions to a genre that has never really gone out of fashion. textura
Terry Riley - Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band: All Night Flight (SUNY Buffalo, New York, 22 March 1968) (Organ of Corti/Elision Fields CD) Time for some revisionism! Can't say I understand too well why this disc was reissued last year...but I think I've got it straight now. "Poppy Nogood" was originally available on Terry Riley's "A Rainbow in Curved Air" disc in 1990, then issued as a standalone on the Organ of Corti's Terry Riley archive series in 1996 (which eventually went out of print) and now finally repressed here by Elision Fields (with new packaging although for an Elision Fields issue it displays the words "The Organ of Corti Archive Series" across the front pretty prominently) despite the fact that it's still available on Sony's "Rainbow" CD. So why would anybody buy this one by itself and not just "Rainbow" where you actually get the seminal "Rainbow" piece alongside "Poppy"?
Terry Riley - Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band All Night Flight Vol.1
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