Top 10 Free Ways To Discover New Music Online – Eternal Code [via makeuseof.com] Bored with your music and want to discover some new bands or singers? There are two main ways you can do that online. Some of these websites have a community built around them, which gives fans the opportunity to interact directly with these new talents. Here is a list of 10 free sites to discover new music. TuneGlue TuneGlue is straightforward and easy to use. Using TuneGlue, you start out with 6 similar artists, and can continue to explore and expand on them. Music-Map A less flashy alternative to TuneGlue is Music-Map. Music Roamer Music Roamer adds another dimension to music map sites, by not only providing suggestions of similar artists, but also allowing you to listen to music directly on their site. While listening to a song on Music Roamer, you can also explore similar songs, not just similar musicians, which definitely puts it a step ahead of Music-Map and TuneGlue. Bloson The simplest alternative to these first three websites is Bloson. Zune One Track Mind OurStage
Jesus likes crappy gifts. | Sammy Adebiyi Dads are weird. They love lame gifts from their kids. Have you seen some of the 'art' or 'paintings' dads have on their refrigerator? I swear my dog [the smart one, not the dumb one] could draw something more grand. Worst part is when dads try to show it off. Oh boy. Hey check out what my boy drew me for Christmas. *cricket* *cricket* Awkward isn't it? Very. But I admit, I'm one of those dads. Every dad probably is. Unless you don't have a heart. I'm not kidding. How amazing is it when you kid makes/draws/buys you something! The crazy part is we know its coming and we know its not 'worth much' in the grand scheme of things but yet we still delight in it. For Fathers day this year my daughter bought me something using my money. Add the fact that she has a not so good hand writing and you've got quite a 'messy' gift. But you know what? The best part was the look on her face. She didn't care that it was my money. She just gave it her best then she enjoyed that I enjoyed it. If so, guess what?
11 Points - A Blog of Lists by Sam Greenspan. Funny lists, movie lists, sports lists, top lists. So, basically, lists. Tracks on a Map Musical scale The frequencies 440Hz and 880Hz both correspond to the musical note A, but one octave apart. The next higher A in the musical scale would have the frequency 1760Hz, twice 880Hz. In the western musical scale, there are 12 notes in every octave. Left is a table of the complete musical scale between middle A and A-880. The psychoacoustic properties of the musical scale are fascinating. Frequencies that are harmonically related tend to sound good together. The blue waveform is the sound you hear, which is a combination of the other (pure tone) waveforms. What about 440 × 3 = 1320? For somewhat more arcane reasons, the interval between A and E, which is a frequency rise of 3/2, is called a fifth. Where does the C sharp come from in the major triad? Among all the harmonic relationships in the scale, A, C sharp, and E have among the simplest. A major triad can be written as a sum of sinusoids s(t) = sin(440× 2π t) + sin(554 × 2π t) + sin(659× 2π t). The human ear hears frequencies.
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