Understanding & Writing Lyrics, Part 1 Technique : Miscellaneous Writing the words to songs is often thought of as a process of pure intuition, but there's a lot more to it than that. In the first part of a new series, Sam Inglis suggests an alternative way of going about it. This is the first article in a five-part series. Read Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5. Many people think songwriting is a craft that can't be taught. A Mesmerizing Sequence of Biological Simulations by Maxime Causeret for Max Cooper’s ‘Order from Chaos’ Starting with a recording of raindrops hitting the skylight in his old apartment, this track titled Order from Chaos from London-based artist Max Cooper‘s newest album Emergence is the culmination of three years work merging his interests in science, music and visual arts. French visual effects artist Maxime Causeret was asked to provide the visuals and the result is a mesmerizing blend of biological simulations and music video. Cellular forms appear to collide, merge, and even compete for resources while brain-like structures explode and crash across the screen. Cooper explains a bit of the science behind the art: Maxime Causeret selected this track to work with, under the brief to map the emergent rhythm to an exploration of emergence in living form. His video shows the raindrops initially, then going into simple cellular forms and then showing the important idea of cooperation between simple cells to form more robust colonies of life.
How to write a House Music track, and be the next Swedish House Mafia After years of bubbling round the underground scene The Swedish House Mafia hit the big time this summer with their massive anthem “One”. In 2010 House music is definitely back on the lips of the masses! Bring it on… The Tune “One” deserves the hype, the hook is sublime, even after one listen it is installed in your head. This is what great music is about and hopefully this will inspire people to go home and try and make their own.
5 Things to Know About How Corporations Block Access to Everything from Miracle Drugs to Science Research Photo Credit: Shutterstock.com Should a company be able to patent a breast cancer gene? What about a species of soybean? How about a tool for basic scientific research? Or even a patent for acquiring patents (see: Halliburton)? Intellectual property rights are supposed to help inventors bring good things to life, but there’s increasing concern that they may be keeping us from getting the things we need. New Order's "Blue Monday" Played with Obsolete 1930s Instruments Released 33 years ago this week, New Order’s “Blue Monday” (hear the original EP version here) became, according to the BBC, “a crucial link between Seventies disco and the dance/house boom that took off at the end of the Eighties.” If you frequented a dance club during the 1980s, you almost certainly know the song. The original “Blue Monday” never quite won me over.
How to Create a House Beat: 5 Steps Edit Article Edited by ETurner, Snowingoutside, MarissaPR, Teresa and 5 others House music is believed to have originated in Chicago in the mid-80s, with a less than likely fusion of electro, hi-NRG and classic disco. It soon spread rapidly across the globe as it gained underground and commercial popularity, even hitting pop charts around the world. In this article, we'll be looking at how to construct that classic four-on-the-floor house beat in great detail - from the fundamental kick drum, to groove-enhancing vocal chops. Read on if this entices you! Katy Perry - If You Can Afford Me Lyrics If you want me, a cherry on top, the pick of the peck, The creme de la crop. If you want me you better do better than that tonight. Oh, Oh. If you want me, it takes more than a wink, And more than a drink and more than you think. If you want me you're gonna' have to break the bank, tonight.
Katy Perry "Dark Horse" Illuminati Themed Music Video Exposed TMZ...too many zombies Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" Illuminati Themed Music Video Secrets Revealed. Mark Dice is a media analyst, political activist, and author who, in an entertaining and educational way, gets people to question our celebrity obsessed culture, and the role the mainstream media and elite secret societies play in shaping our lives. Mark's YouTube channel has received tens of millions of views and his viral videos have been mentioned on ABC's The View, the Fox News Channel, CNN, the Drudge Report, TMZ, the New York Daily News, the New York Post, and other mainstream media outlets around the world. He has been featured on various television shows including the History Channel's Decoded, Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Secret Societies of Hollywood on E!
Every item distributed to local law enforcement by the Pentagon's 1033 program over two years See which law enforcement agencies nationwide participate, and what they're getting by Shawn Musgrave on Aug. 15, 2014, 8:30 p.m. Much of the military equipment we've seen over the past few days in coverage of the Ferguson, Missouri riots was provided to law enforcement by the 1033 program, a Defense Department initiative that transfers excess equipment to state and local law enforcement. The 1033 program first came onto MuckRock's radar last fall, when MuckRock user Robert Ritchie requested documents regarding equipment obtained from the Defense Logistics Agency by the Wisconsin State Police and the Madison Police Department – the latter received a mix of 5.56 mm rifles, snow trousers and a Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected [MRAP] vehicle, as well as a "Robot, Explosive EOD." After some negotiation with DLA, in December we obtained the full roster of participating law enforcement agencies, as well as a spreadsheet with two years of equipment transfers down to the state level.