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Adobe Just Debuted a ‘Photoshop’ for Audio and It’s Kind of Terrifying. Nov 10, 2016 Adobe, the tech company at the forefront of photo manipulation (and creators of Photoshop), recently debuted VoCo (voice conversion), a ‘Photoshop’ for audio and speech that’s both impressive and alarming.

Adobe Just Debuted a ‘Photoshop’ for Audio and It’s Kind of Terrifying

The software was unveiled at the company’s recently completed Adobe Max 2016 conference, which you can see above. Channels: AMAZING, INFORMATIVE, STRANGE Tags: · adobe, audio, demonstration, future, music, photoshop, science, software, sound, tech. Vibrational Modes of Drums. Red. YouTube Red is a paid membership that gives you an enhanced, uninterrupted experience across YouTube, YouTube Music, and YouTube Gaming.

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YouTube Red benefits: • Ad-free videos: Watch videos without interruptions • Save offline: Save videos and songs on your mobile device to watch offline • Background play: Keep videos or music playing when using other apps or when your screen’s off • Audio mode: Listen to audio only on the YouTube Music app • Google Play Music subscription: Included at no additional cost YouTube Red benefits won’t work on YouTube videos that you pay to view, such as paid channels, movie rentals, and pay-per-view purchases. Learn more about paid content on YouTube. Bite TV BITE Radio Podcast. Ultima Thule Ambient Music. Everything You Should Know About Sound. This post is part of Mini Week, where I’m posting a new mini post but not actually mini as it turns out every weekday this week.

Everything You Should Know About Sound

I’ve always been a little confused about sound. So for “Tuesday’s” “mini” post, I decided to do something about that. We think of sound as something we hear—something that makes noise. But in pure physics terms, sound is just a vibration going through matter. The way a vibration “goes through” matter is in the form of a sound wave. But that’s not how sound waves work. A sound wave is more like an earthworm situation: Like an earthworm, sound moves by compressing and decompressing. Sound starts with a vibration of some kind creating a longitudinal wave through matter. That’s what sound looks like—except picture an expanding ripple of spheres doing that. So instead of a curvy snake wave, sound is a pressure wave, which causes each piece of the air to be at either higher-than-normal pressure or lower-than-normal pressure. How about the speed of sound? Anyway— Pitch. This Incredible Mashup Features 348 Musicians from 64 Awesome Rock Songs.

Ithaca Audio put together this incredible rock mashup featuring the tracks below.

This Incredible Mashup Features 348 Musicians from 64 Awesome Rock Songs

I can’t even begin to imagine how long this must have taken. Hats off for an amazing effort! Elvis Presley – Jailhouse Rock The Yardbirds – For your Love The Rolling Stones – Honky Tonk Women The Rolling Stones – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction Cream – Sunshine of your Love Led Zeppelin – Whole Lotta Love Led Zeppelin – Good Times, Bad Times Led Zeppelin – Immigrant Song Jimi Hendrix – Hey Joe Jimi Hendrix – Purple Haze Fleetwood Mac – Oh Well (Part 1) The Kinks – You Really Got Me The Doors – Riders on the Storm Queen – Don’t Stop Me Queen – Radio Ga Ga Queen – Another One Bites the Dust Queen – A Kind of Magic The Beatles – Sgt.

What Music Really Is, What Is It, and What It Is Not. By Bo Constantinsen, author of WhatMusicReallyIs.com The “Research” section on this website [WhatMusicReallyIs.com] represents the in-the-making process of the What Music Really İs manual as an interactive presentation, book, and featured documentary.

What Music Really Is, What Is It, and What It Is Not

It wishes to be the scientific & mystical knowledge base on the science of music: harmonics, sound, acoustics, tuning and all else related. “What Music Really İs” is a statement. It is not a question, and not a theory. It is a fact. The latest mp3, free music download, free album download. The Lost Scale Extended Version. A Beginner's Guide to the Synth.

Soundscapes. Electronic. Internetarchive 0.6.6. A python interface to archive.org.

internetarchive 0.6.6

A python interface to archive.org This package installs a CLI tool named ia for using archive.org from the command-line. It also installs the internetarchive python module for programatic access to archive.org. Please report all bugs and issues on Github. Installation You can install this module via pip: pip install internetarchive Alternatively, you can install a few extra dependencies to help speed things up a bit: pip install "internetarchive[speedups]" This will install ujson for faster JSON parsing, and gevent for concurrent downloads. If you want to install this module globally on your system instead of inside a virtualenv, use sudo: sudo pip install internetarchive Configuring You can configure both the ia command-line tool and the Python interface from the command-line: $ ia configure You will be prompted to enter your Archive.org login credentials. Command-Line Usage Help is available by typing ia --help.

Downloading To download the entire TripDown1905 item: Rock. Free Music Archive: Instrumental. Calm Thunder Storm. Audacity: Free Audio Editor and Recorder. Ocenaudio. Natural Music And Where All Music Comes From. By Bo Constantinsen, author of WhatMusicReallyIs.com Music Comes from the Harmonic Series The most common and widely accepted definition of music includes three main elements: rhythm (timing), timbre (nuance) and pitch (height).

Natural Music And Where All Music Comes From

Secondary elements might be added, to account for various uses of music by different cultures. All of these define and govern derived and associated concepts, and if this is the first time you hear about them, you don’t need to worry about what they mean. Traditional music theory has been concerned with breaking down and analyzing these elements, giving definitions to established musical practices through them, and using them as basis for theoretical contrivances meant to standardize practice. This research goes the opposite way: it looks at the core, the source of all musical elements common to all cultures and explores what music is by tracing direct correlations to it, without layering concepts or giving circular references.

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