Otomata - Generative Musical Sequencer - Earslap Click on the grid below to add cells, click on cells to change their direction, and press play to listen to your music. Update: Click here to get Otomata for your iPhone / iPod / iPad! Official facebook page: Also this reddit page has many examples: What are Playlists? How do I make them? Playlists are sets or "albums" that you can create with your own sounds or other people's sounds on SoundCloud. To curate a playlist, click on ‘Add to playlist’ below any sound- your own or someone else's- to place it into a playlist. To create a new playlist, click the 'Create New' playlist tab.
The single most devastating reason NOT to vote Tory or Lib Dem at the next election (not satire – it’s the Tories and the Lib Dems!) The NHS has been severely damaged by the coalition government over the last 4 years. But don’t just take my word for that. Dr Mark Porter, the head of the BMA, thinks so too. That’s not just some lefty anti-government think-tank – that’s the British Medical Association, which represents 153,000 doctors, GPs and other medical specialists and staff across the country. Dr Porter gave a devastating speech today to the BMA Annual Representatives Meeting in which he astonishingly said the coalition government must “face up to the damage that they have done” to the NHS.
powered by SoundCloud Create playlists from SoundCloud tracks, shuffle tracks in playlist, share playlists & tracks on Facebook, Twitter,... and much more. Using My Cloud Player is as simple as using a Desktop Music Player. Disclaimer: My Cloud Player does not own the tracks, it just uses SoundCloud API for retrieving and playing. To learn more about SoundCloud Copyright information click here. To enjoy all the features of My Cloud Player simply Connect to your SoundCloud account by clicking the SoundCloud logo 22 things you don’t want to hear about working in the arts A career in the arts can be a wonderful, glorious, compelling thing, full of rewards beyond money and measure. But, I don’t want you to have any unrealistic expectations about those knotty little details like security, rejection and health. So, here are a few things you could learn here, or learn the hard way. It’s up to you... There will always be people your age, doing way better than you. What’s worse, there will always be younger people doing way better than you.
Vintage Chic: Marshall & Snelgrove: The Other M&S. The Oxford Street shop c1912 The first shop was opened in Vere Street - just off Oxford Street in 1837 by James Marshall. The name of Marshall & Snelgrove was established in 1848 when John Snelgrove who had been an assistant in the shop became a partner. Initially the shop was a drapers, buying high quality fabrics directly at source. Eg Silks from Lyons, selling mantles, hosiery, costumes, furs and lace. Advert in London Illustrated 1884 The American Go Foundation A Guide for the Complete Beginner If you have played 100 games, whether online or against a human or computer, perhaps you have glimpsed a bit of the depth, the challenge the game presents. Now you're trying to figure out how to get stronger -- like the rest of us! Just playing game after game may not be enough. Here are four suggestions to improve your play. Play Stronger Players: Find the strongest player who will give you a game, put some handicap stones on the board, and carefully study how White accomplishes the result.
Auditorium Play the first game we ever created together. Auditorium hit the scene in 2009. Since then, its sleek design, vibrant colors, and iconic soundtrack have captured the imagination of thousands of players worldwide. Now, we invite you to follow the same journey. Remember, there are no right or wrong answers, only your answer. Marshall & Snelgrove Illustration from 1905 Oxford Street store catalogue Marshall & Snelgrove was a department store on the north side of Oxford Street, London, on the corner with Vere Street founded by James Marshall (b.? Yorkshire - d.22 November 1893). The company is now part of Debenhams. History In 1837 James Marshall, a Yorkshireman opened a shop at 11 Vere Street in partnership with a Mr Wilson.