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A different way to visualize rhythm - John Varney To learn more on circular perceptions of rhythm with specific reference to African music, read this paper and then watch this Five(ish) Minute Drum Lesson on African Drumming. How has drumming played an essential role in African culture? What do specific rhythms represent? Interested in the software applications of a circular rhythmic approach? How Music Affects the Body Six Ways the Mozart Effect Can Bring Well-Being Into Our Lives From the books THE MOZART EFFECT: Tapping the Power of Music to Heal the Body, Strengthen the Mind and Unlock the Creative Spirit by Don Campbell; Copyright © 1997 by Don G. Campbell and THE MOZART EFFECT FOR CHILDREN: Awakening Your Child’s Mind, Health and Creativity with Music by Don Campbell; Copyright © 2000 by Don G. Campbell, Inc. Reprinted by permission of William Morrow, and Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. Currently available in trade paperback from Harper Paperbacks.

Videos by (2 clicks) in: Politics and History, 21st centurySeptember 17, 2015Top 5 Beer Factshosted by Chris MassonBeer is one of the world's oldest and most popular beverages, so of course it stands to reason that it is also one of its most fascinating. Crack open a cold one and join us for this instalment, in which we're looking at the most interesting facts about b PLAY VIDEO Every Noise at Once deep symphonic black metal progressive uplifting trance vintage french electronic deep indie singer-songwriter underground latin hip hop christian alternative rock The 50 Greatest Jazz Albums…Ever At the end of any year it’s a great time to look back and so we’ve decided to attempt to come up with a definitive list of the 50 Greatest Jazz Albums of all time. Impossible, you are probably thinking, and it probably is, but rather than just thinking of our favourites we decided to take a good look through the web to see what other lists there are and combine our findings. As usual we expect many of you to disagree, sometimes strongly, but as usual we will love hearing from you. It took us several days of searching but here it is, the 50 greatest…

The Sacred Geometry Of Music The Sacred Geometry Of Music by Andrew Lorimer Music uses the laws of vibration to manifest aurally what exists at the center of everything. Into our reality springs a non-visual harmonic law that is universal. The notes and intervals of music speak directly to the chakra centers and causes them to vibrate in harmony to the vibration of a string or vocal chords, speakers moving through the air, or the sound of someone’s lips making a farting noise through a metal tube.

Dark Side of the Rainbow History[edit] In August 1995, the Fort Wayne (Indiana) Journal Gazette published the first mainstream media article[3] about the "synchronicity," citing the Usenet discussion group Soon afterward, several fans began creating websites in which they touted the experience and tried to comprehensively catalogue the corresponding moments. A second wave of awareness began in April 1997, when Boston radio DJ George Taylor Morris discussed Dark Side of the Rainbow on the air, leading to further mainstream media articles and a segment on MTV news.[2] 30 Beautiful Doors That Seem To Lead To Other Worlds Most doors are hopelessly mundane, but they don’t have to be; they can also serve as meaningful symbols of portals between worlds or between different aspects of our lives. When we set out to create a list of beautiful doors around the world, we were surprised to find just how many truly amazing doors there are out there that have been decorated with beautiful craftsmanship and artwork. The door is probably the single part of a building’s exterior that people will interact most frequently with, so if you want a building to look impressive up close, there’s probably no better way to do this than by having a beautiful door. Burano, Italy Image credits: John C. Hutchins

Tutorial - Recording audio playing on the computer This tutorial outlines solutions for recording audio playing on the computer, (for example, audio being streamed from an internet web site). How or if you can do this depends on your computer operating system, your sound card and its drivers. Generally, it is better to extract or import audio from CDs, DVDs or existing video or audio files than record them as they play. Recording from an analog sound card is relatively inexact and lossy because the digital source is converted to analog to play it, then back to digital to record it.

This is What Michael Jackson Sounds Like in Quechua Even the youngs think Quechua is cool. After the language was translated for a book, a song, and given a shoutout by a fútbolero, we started thinking that Quechua was having a sort of moment. Perhaps the biggest sign of this is that a 14-year-old girl named Renata Flores sang a Quechua version of Michael Jackson’s “The Way You Make Me Feel.” Music Harnesses Emotion to Drive Evolutionary Behavior by Lori Chandler The various milestones of my life are best explained by the soundtrack I was rocking to at the time. In fact, my growth as a person can be documented in great detail by exactly what artist resonated with me at which juncture. Joni Mitchell's and Bob Dylan’s thoughtful lyrics in college, recently the meandering strains of John Coltrane’s saxophone, the pop fun of Tennis, and the aching beauty of Sufjan Stevens, or the soothing comfort of the Beatles or Barbra Streisand, which immediately recall my childhood, each bringing up an emotion and saying, "This is who I am right now." Science has a number of different takes on what attracts us to certain melodies and chords, and why we need music at all.

David Gilmour's Pink Floyd 1994 Rig Unit 5, Silveroaks Farm, Hawkhurst Lane, Waldron, Heathfield, E.Sussex, UK, TN21 0RS Tel (0)1435- 813393, International +44 1435 813393 VAT Reg. No. GB 241 7291 72 Star Wars: Episode III, redubbed using the English subtitles from a pirated Chinese edition / Boing Boing This is apparently a Chinese pirated edition of Star Wars: Episode III, but dubbed using the English subtitles offered on that disc. It's amazing, not least because the voice actors are so good I thought for a moment it might have been a TV segment with Ewan, Hayden, Samuel and co. [via]