Aeolus - ruler of the four winds in Greek mythology . Aeolus is a giant stringed musical instrument, an acoustic and optical pavilion designed to make audible the silent shifting patterns of the wind and to visually amplify the ever changing sky. Go to the Auction webpage to find out how you can make Aeolus yours! With a starting price of just £1, individuals, businesses and organisations from around the world are invited to bid for this artwork.
I l y a deux ans, lors d’une conférence à Seattle, Moby s'en prenait à l'industrie du disque: «Fut un temps où le business de la musique était incroyablement monolithique. Il n’y avait que deux façons de faire entendre sa musique: signer chez une grosse maison de disques et passer sur MTV ou sur une grosse station de radio. Heureusement, cette période est terminée... Signer chez une major, pour 99,9% des musiciens de la planète, est la pire des choses à faire...
Between the Blu-Ray player, cable box, laptop, and everything else hooked up to your TV, your home theater situation is a mess. Here's how I rolled all those devices into one awesome media center—the media center of my dreams—for under $500. Music by Pex Mahoney Tufvession . What This Media Center Can Do
Most of us have spent years building up our digital music libraries, along with tons of missing, mismatched, and incorrect tags on your music over that time. Here's a step-by-step guide for organizing your entire library, once and for all. Your digital music library is huge. Even if you only have an iPod nano's worth of songs, that's still a good thousand tracks—and some of you likely have closer to four or five thousand (or more). Today's media players—whether on your desktop or portable device—rely on metadata to organize and display all this music. If your metadata is disorganized, so's your music player.
Facebook is the largest marketing channel for most musicians and bands. Surprisingly, it's also the one they know least about. This guide breaks down why Facebook is important, how it works, and most importantly, the steps to make Facebook work for musicians and fans.
I don't need no stinkin wheel. I use my fingers. Put your left hand out, palm facing you.
Par Korben Sounds just like est un site qui risque de beaucoup vous amuser. Il permet de mettre en parallèle 2 chansons qui se ressemblent plus ou moins. Par exemple cette chanson de Lady Gaga qui "ressemble" à celle de Madonna ou encore " Come as you are " de de Nirvana, qui ressemble à ce titre de Killing Joke qui lui-même ressemble à ce morceau de The Damned. Le site se veut fun et pas vindicatif. Les gens partagent leurs connaissances musicales via les commentaires et chacun est libre de proposer ses titres similaires.
The Backstage Meals of Beyoncé, Al Green, Lady Gaga, Frank Sinatra, Axl Rose, Van Halen, Busta Rhymes + more(Frank Sinatra) A rider is a contractual proviso that outlines a series of stipulations or requests between at least two parties. While they can be attached to leases and other legal documents, they’re most famously used by musicians or bands to outline how they need their equipment to be set up and arranged, how they like their dressing room organized, and what types of food and beverages they require. (Axl Rose) Watch all of the backstage meals by 16 different celebrities here .
L’ Adami vient de publier un rapport rudement intéressant, puisque dévoilant les revenus perçus par les artistes à chaque morceau vendu en ligne, à chaque CD écoulé. Le mystère plane autour des revenus des artistes. Combien gagnent-ils sur chacune de leur vente en ligne, sur chacun des MP3 qu’ils écouleront via les plates-formes de distribution les plus usitées ? L’Adami nous offre un début de réponse. En se basant sur 662 contrats phonographiques, l’Adami explique que les revenus sont fonction du nombre de ventes : 3 palliers seraient en vigueur.
Google introduced arguably its greatest doodle ever this morning, an interactive electric guitar to honor the 96th birthday of legendary musician and guitar innovator Les Paul . The doodle is definitely a whole lot of fun , but can also be incredibly addicting. For anyone who hasn't spent the better part of their working day trying to figure out how to play Mary Had A Little Lamb on Google's incredibly awesome doodle, here's a crash course to help you rock out on your desktop. Lesson 1: Notes The Google guitar can play 10 notes, starting with a low G and climbing up to a high B. To play, either strum over the doodle with your mouse or use the keyboard icon to play using, you guessed it, the keyboard. Here's a look at each note and its corresponding numerical key, starting at the low G string:
Rockstar Releases Playlists For All GTA Radio Stations On Spotify and iTunes - News - www.GameInformer.comRockstar has always created licensed music soundtracks that encompass a tremendous variety of styles and eras. Now, in anticipation of Grand Theft Auto V, you can go back through GTA history and listen to all your favorite tracks from past GTA games on iTunes and the streaming music service Spotify. This is tremendously cool. One note: This is strictly the music from the GTA games, so no DJ patter is included.
Hip Hop Family Tree is a creation of Ed Piskor , published in immaculate deadwood by Fantagraphics . The creator of this page is just a guy who wanted to be able to see the links between folks more clearly and wondered when they came into the story. I checked my work a bit but errors may exist. Mousing over a square reveals the individual and those who came before them. Clicking on that square takes you to their first appearance.
Thrift Shop (Vintage "Grandpa Style" Remake) by Scott Bradlee Share / Embed