What is Filk? Singout article Filk Music by Jordin Kare No, that's not a typographical error (although the word started as one, long ago). Filksongs and filksinging are the folk music of a time and a community, just as, say, Celtic ballads, or new England sea chanteys are — except the time is today (or tomorrow) and the community is science fiction and fantasy fandom. - make music together let's get started making music... 1draw on the grid with your mouse to make a beatshow me2 save your track and share it with friends. show me3 out of ideas? roll the dice and start remixing. show me4 explore the beatlab community show me For more tips, tutorials vidoes, and FAQs, check out our community wiki. You can use the following keyboard shortcuts while composing a track. Highland Cathedral Highland Cathedral is a popular melody for the Great Highland Bagpipe. This melody was composed by German musicians Ulrich Roever and Michael Korb in 1982 for a Highland games held in Germany. It has been proposed as the Scottish national anthem to replace unofficial anthems Scotland the Brave and/or Flower of Scotland. It has subsequently undergone various orchestrations and had lyrics added in English and in Scottish Gaelic. The tune has been performed by the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, and featured in the album, Spirit of the Glen, which won a Classical Brit award in 2009. The song has been performed at numerous Scottish cultural events, including Scotland's Rugby Union games. The tune was the Royal Hong Kong Police Anthem under British rule which ended in 1997. Lyrics
These 6 Electronic Instruments Go from Retro to Bananas There are all kinds of DIY instruments available for you to experiment with, but electronic instruments have to be some of the craziest. From the Theremin, using radio waves to control pitch and volume, to an instrument controlled, literally, by bananas, the options for “electro-musical” creativity are nearly endless! Circuit Bending Circuit bending could refer to any number of instruments, but it’s the art of hacking an existing electronic instrument or toy into something that sounds, well, different. This video gives a broad introduction to the technique. It’s probably best to start with something inexpensive or that you don’t care about.
- Home Libre Musique, how, why ? The Dogmazic.net musical archive provides more than 55000 music tracks, all of them downloadable freely "totally quietly and totally legally".The musicians who publish on Dogmazic.net all choosed to provide their musique under a free or open license According to the license chosen, many rights can be grandted as-is to listeners. The most permissive license, the CC-BY, allows any kind of use as long as the author and the license are indicated, including commerical uses without any counterpart (which can be useful for a monetized video soundtrack). Make your very own Tiny Ukulele This tutorial teaches you how to make the world’s smallest (and probably only) capacitance-piezo-buzzer ukulele. A ukulele is an instrument from Hawaii that looks like a small guitar with four nylon strings. Our strings will be made of wire and work by measuring the capacitance and then play the corresponding tone on a piezo buzzer. The ukulele itself is made of laser cut plywood. This is what the final result will sound like:
- Index page It is currently Wed Aug 12, 2020 11:35 am Donate to PianophiliaHelp defray the costs of running the show and improving the site Total redirects: 210213 Total redirects: 210213 Who is online In total there are 17 users online :: 0 registered, 1 hidden and 16 guests (based on users active over the past 5 minutes)Most users ever online was 35 on Sun Jul 19, 2020 3:23 am Statistics Build a laser show that moves to your favourite music The first thing we want to do is provide power to the laser itself, and provide any easy method to turn it on and off. The power is coming from the AC/DC adapter, but it ends in one of those plugs we're all so familiar with. What we need to do is wire a receptacle (which connects to our power adapter plug), to a switch (which allows us to turn power on and off), which then goes to the laser driver board itself. Don't connect anything to the laser yet!
Retro Computer We had a great time at this years Maker Faire in Newcastle over the weekend of 13th and 14th March 2010. My kids, who are almost teenagers, were dragging their heels as we left our parked car, totally sure they weren’t going to have a good time as we walked towards the Centre of Life. Walking up the foot bridge to mezzanine level of the maker faire, you could hear the crackling of the musical tesla coil, then as you reached the mezzanine level you were hit by a wall of sound from the various gadgets and things beeping and booping, the musically exhibits being played and of course the Tesla coil. Their faces slowly changed as they realised there was fun stuff here and after a couple of nervous minutes getting their bearings off they went and for the rest of the day it was like trying to herd cats.
3d Printing Musical Instruments Back in 2012, I had the opportunity to do a free assignment. With DIY 3d printers becoming available in my school, I decided to figure out how 3d printers could change musical instruments. I did a long research into 3d printing techniques, which I tried to combine with musical instrument manufacturing techniques. While replication of existing instruments did seem like an option, I was more interested in making completely new instruments. While I had a lot of issues with printing in the first place, I made dozens of experiments. Music collection View More Collection Cover Remove Printable trumpet / horn by Robo Jul 22, 2013 Piggyback piano Janko adaptor by tuutflutes Apr 18, 2012 ContinuuMini — Haken Audio So from what I can see, correct me if I'm wrong, it is polyphonic but the pitch bend/slide is not? + The ContinuuMini’s synth engine is up to 8-voice polyphonic, but its playing surface can detect only one (or, in a limited way, two) fingers at a time. When you touch the surface with two fingers, it can detect the two pitches each with independent bend/slide, but only one overall pressure. The polyphony you hear comes from different things depending on how the preset is programmed: it can be from notes that decay a long time after you release your finger, or from sustain pedal, or from internal sound generation based on notes you played in the past.
Voice Changer Change your voice and have fun listening to your modified voice! “Voice Changer With Effects” is the best voice changer app for Android. The proof is that millions of users over the world are having fun with it. Have you ever heard how your voice sounds if you were a robot? or a squirrel?