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Piki.fm Lets You Collect Music to Make Radio for Other People By now, you’ve probably heard of Piki.fm (free for the web and iOS), the latest venture from the creators of the breakthrough music app Turntable.fm, which powers internet radio streams based on your friends’ music. Since Piki’s much anticipated public release in April, some have questioned the necessity of this service. With heavy hitters Twitter and Google recently joining the already crowded music streaming market, and rumors of a forthcoming service from Apple, does Piki have a shot at success? Well, the thing about music apps is that unlike with MP3 players, you can use as many as you want. This works in Piki’s favor, because it takes a unique approach to music collecting. We’ve been on the prowl for ways to collect music that make sense.

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Altoon's Anthology of Graded Classical Piano Sheet Music Altoon's Anthology of Graded Classical Piano Sheet Music is an anthology of classical piano sheet music, graded by difficulty level. Various works are represented, such as Bach Two-part Inventions, Beethoven Fur Elise, selections from the Bach's Well Tempered Clavier, Chopin etudes, Beethoven Moonlight and Pathetique sonatas, some Mozart pieces, a Clementi Sonatina, The Entertainer and Maple Leaf Rag by Scott Joplin, Fantasy Impromptu and the Winter Wind Etude of Chopin, plus various others. Comprehensive, 300-page public domain anthology, with pieces graded into categories of novice, intermediate, expert, master, grandmaster, and extreme grandmaster. Ophthamologist - Eye Diseases - Dr Kondrot - Healing the Eye Homeopathic approach to treating eye disease The homeopathic approach to treating eye disease is much different than the traditional approach of using eye drops and surgery. I hope to explain that injections and laser for macular degeneration, cataract surgery go against homeopathic laws of healing and are causing suppression. This is leading to an decrease in our health and well being! In fact, the standard method of lowering pressure by blocking aqueous production with eye drops is much like treating a person with high blood pressure by giving him medication to stop the production of blood! It does not make sense!

Minilogs Lets You ‘Playlist The Web’ We’re on a quest for the best ways to collect music, which recently saw us examine Later.fm, an InstaPaper-style web app that makes music collection in these difficult times a little bit easier. Minilogs (free; web) was designed to solve the same problem of collecting music on the web, with a little more versatility. By clicking on a bookmarklet (as with Later.fm), using the Chrome extension, or entering a URL, the app lets you save songs and videos you’ve found on your web travels for future listening, so you don’t lose track of the stuff you like during your busy day. To keep your findings (which can also include non-music things) organized, you can save music in different lists, or minilogs. An included media player lets you stream them; when you do, you can “like” your favorite songs or discard the ones you don’t actually like, which means Minilogs works for auditioning as well as collecting.

9 Websites For Non Copyrighted Music In this article, you’re going to discover the best sources for non copyrighted music. You’ll be able to use the music in your social media videos, livestreams and so much more. Want to know the best part? The majority of these non copyrighted music sites allow users to utilise their music for free. You’ll just need to include a small line of credit in the description. So, without further ado, let’s dive right in. Lexical Distance Among the Languages of Europe « Etymologikon™ Posted by Teresa Elms on 4 March 2008 This chart shows the lexical distance — that is, the degree of overall vocabulary divergence — among the major languages of Europe. The size of each circle represents the number of speakers for that language. More Great Android Apps for Musicians According to my statistics my 12 Great Android Apps for Musicians article has been my most popular post so far. Obviously, I can’t know every app that’s out there. But fortunately I have you.

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