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LAVOLI MUSICAL LOLLIPOP - 1 views

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    As world first bone conduction musical lollipops, Lavoli not only provides music playing pops to your loved one as innovative gifts but also offers storytelling screen-free players for your kids and parents! Thanks to bone conduction technology, Lavoli is able to bring these novel and funny sound lollipops to you. Bone conduction technology is absolutely safe for all ages. Try to plug your ears and hum. Now what you are hearing is all completed through bone conduction. Our music lollipop can help people with conductive hearing loss to hear the world. When it comes to the mainstream, such extraordinary & novel product is quite interested for everyone and the sound sucker is also a perfect complement to flowers, gift baskets, chocolates when you choosing gifts. Types Of Lavoli Musical Lollipop Lavoli Advanced Version Non-rechargeable Musical Lollipop One button design, easy to use 80 minutes playing time Compact dimension, elegant appearance Environmentally friendly material, disposable and recyclable Low calories, tooth-friendly candy Lavoli Personalized Version Recordable & Rechargeable Musical Lollipop Useful recording function, a good choice for a personalized gift Universal USB Type C charging port High-quality lithium battery Indicative LED light Supporting replace audio and recording Lavoli Enterprise Version APP Controlled Bluetooth Rechargeable Musical Lollipop with Micro SD Card Micro SD inside for easy customization Bluetooth connection with smartphones Lavoli APP supporting audio selecting, recording, mixing Location-based service supported in APP Volume control button Lavoli Suit Version APP Controlled Bluetooth Rechargeable Musical Lollipop Package With Replacement Heads Replacement heads for enjoy more candies Automatically identify each head to play corresponding content Suit package provide more choices for audio, candy shape, flavor Connect smartphones via Bluetooth Multi-function on APP Advantages Of Lavoli Musical Lollipop Sug
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    As world first bone conduction musical lollipops, Lavoli not only provides music playing pops to your loved one as innovative gifts but also offers storytelling screen-free players for your kids and parents! Thanks to bone conduction technology, Lavoli is able to bring these novel and funny sound lollipops to you. Bone conduction technology is absolutely safe for all ages. Try to plug your ears and hum. Now what you are hearing is all completed through bone conduction. Our music lollipop can help people with conductive hearing loss to hear the world. When it comes to the mainstream, such extraordinary & novel product is quite interested for everyone and the sound sucker is also a perfect complement to flowers, gift baskets, chocolates when you choosing gifts. Types Of Lavoli Musical Lollipop Lavoli Advanced Version Non-rechargeable Musical Lollipop One button design, easy to use 80 minutes playing time Compact dimension, elegant appearance Environmentally friendly material, disposable and recyclable Low calories, tooth-friendly candy Lavoli Personalized Version Recordable & Rechargeable Musical Lollipop Useful recording function, a good choice for a personalized gift Universal USB Type C charging port High-quality lithium battery Indicative LED light Supporting replace audio and recording Lavoli Enterprise Version APP Controlled Bluetooth Rechargeable Musical Lollipop with Micro SD Card Micro SD inside for easy customization Bluetooth connection with smartphones Lavoli APP supporting audio selecting, recording, mixing Location-based service supported in APP Volume control button Lavoli Suit Version APP Controlled Bluetooth Rechargeable Musical Lollipop Package With Replacement Heads Replacement heads for enjoy more candies Automatically identify each head to play corresponding content Suit package provide more choices for audio, candy shape, flavor Connect smartphones via Bluetooth Multi-function on APP  Advantages Of Lavoli Musical Lollipop
George Columbow

Lessons | Learning and Loving Music Theory - 9 views

  • Home Lessons The Elements of Music Music Notatation Musical Scales Musical Intervals Rhythm and Meter Harmony Resources Materials of Music Harmonic Progressions Notes Subscribe About Contact ? Lessons The Elements of Music Surviving the Elements of Music Pitch: The Sound of Music Melody, Harmony and Outer Space! It’s About (Musical) Time! Texture: Your Musical Fiber A Dynamic Musician Color, Form, and Style in Music Music Notation Music Lovers, Take Note! In Music, Accidentals Happen Major Scales Meet Major Scales! Major Musical Monuments Who Really Understands Enharmonics? Key Signatures How to Learn Key Signatures Musical Intervals Meet Your New Friends: Musical Intervals Perfect Intervals: The Quality of Your Musical Life How to Learn Major and Minor Musical Intervals Learning Musical Intervals: The Finale! <scrip
  • Chromatic Harmony
George Columbow

Bass Lesson Study Guide - 2 views

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    GC: Really impressive course! Author: If you're learning to play the electric bass, you might notice the resources online for the instrument are scarce when compared to the girth of content available for guitarists. Fear not however, because of StudyBass.com. The site, the brainchild of a bass instructor with over 2,000 students experience, aims to supplement in-person electric bass guitar lessons online (although if you have enough discipline you could conceivably use the site to teach yourself a lot.) The site consists of lessons to read, supplemented with videos and audio clips, as well as a variety of exercises, quizzes and songs. electric bass guitar lessons online A study guide takes you through the basics of music theory, including reading music and the role of the bass guitar in modern music, and eventually onto playing the blues and complex chords. A word of advice from the site's creator: if you're going to use this site without the help of an in-person instructor, be sure to record yourself regularly. This will allow you to hear yourself as you really sound and (hopefully) allow you to be self-critical.
lavoli123

Creative Lollipop Allows You to Listen to Cultural Relic Explanation When You Eat - 0 views

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    1. The special musical lollipop It looks like an ordinary lollipop, but when your lips and teeth touch it lightly, the voice will be transmitted to the ear through oral resonance. The audio guide "lollipop" launched by the National Museum of China is becoming popular. Do you want to try the same musical lollipop? A few days ago, this museum launched this musical lollipop with technological elements. Follow the steps and turn on the switch on the lollipop stick. After the Bluetooth of the mobile phone is successfully paired with the Bluetooth of the lollipop, scan the QR code on the back of the package with your mobile phone. After entering the mini app, you can click on the cultural relic explanation page. When tasting musical lollipops, bite the candy to transmit the sound to your ears, and then you can hear the audio about the cultural relics. It turns out that its innovative highlight is the built-in bone conduction chip in the traditional lollipop. When the lollipop is put in the mouth, it is bitten by the teeth in the mouth, and the sound vibration will be transmitted to the inner ear through the teeth, mandible, etc., thereby triggering the auditory nerve to work, allowing consumers to hear the music in the lollipop, bringing the dual magical experience of taste buds and hearing. 2. Other kinds of musical lollipops It is worth noting that this magical lollipop is not only owned by the National Museum of China, but similar story lollipops have already attracted a lot of fans among children and adults. The story lollipop is mainly based on Andersen's fairy tales. The principle is similar to the lollipop in National Museum of China. Just press the switch on the lollipop, and you can listen to the familiar fairy tales such as The Little Match Girl and The Ugly Duckling while eating the candy. It is worth noting that if you wear the earplugs delivered by the merchant, the sound effect will be better, and it will not be heard by others at all. It can be called
Rita Johnson

WHAT IS DR. DRUM BEATS - 0 views

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    You want to make music, and you want to do it now with results you can take to clubs or sell to producers with pride, but not break the bank doing it. Well, let me tell you that there's now a way to do just that.
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    If you're looking for a piece of beat making software that combines all these three qualities at an affordable price then look no further than Dr Drum beat making software. Simple to use, with your first beats going down with just a few clicks it comes with a member area with video tutorials as well as a free report ($449 RRP) to help you move from amateur to professional by selling your beats. With hundreds of samples in 44.1 WAV professional format you'll be able to create your own professional sounding tunes from the start. With a 60-day money back guarantee and selling for the bargain price of just $39 you can't afford not to try it.
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    If you've been around for long and have been trying to find the perfect beat making program you know that there are basically two types of beat programs. There's the type that produce cheap sounding quality that only your mother would be proud of, and there's the professional quality programs that will cost you a whole lot of money and you'll have to spend months to figure out if you can before you throw your hands up in frustration.
George Columbow

Composing with the Vedic numeric table - 0 views

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    Author: " I think that it is possible to deal with structural complexity and at the same time to be very transparent or clear. It is true that this music is difficult to understand because we don't have the habit of listening to it but i also think that it is exciting to listen to music that is constructed in ways that we never thought of."
lavoli123

Custom Audio Musical Lollipop - 0 views

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    Lavoli Musical Lollipop is the world first digital lollipop. For the first time, the human sense of taste is integrated with the sense of hearing, and the eating action is related to the listening action. Through the ingenious design, the music has a taste, the taste has a melody, and at the same time, it can carry personalized sound blessings and bring users a magic and wonderful experience. The advantage of this digital lollipop is that it can easily customize the audio content. There are many ways to customize the audio content according to the purpose and quantity that the customer needs. Different Purpose, Different Custom Method Customers with bulk purchase requirements can customize audio during the production of custom-shaped lollipops. For customers with small-batch customization needs, you can purchase Enterprise Version. Each product has a Micro SD card inside the Handle. Take out the Micro SD card and replace the files in batches with a card reader to achieve customization. For personal customization requirements, such as when you give a gift to your girlfriend and want to replace the audio file in Lavoli with your love song, you can buy the Personalized Version, and after connecting to the computer, replace the MP3 file in it. Please note that Lavoli currently only supports audio files in MP3 format, please convert your audio files to MP3 format in advance so as to use the music lollipop more smoothly. Different Purpose, Different Custom Method Custom Audio, Custom Package For customers who purchase in large quantities and customized audio content during production, Lavoli supports customizing packaging patterns and even packaging forms. Senior designers will provide exquisite packaging patterns for customers to choose from according to the audio content. For small batch customization, Lavoli packaging generally reserves a labeling position, and customers can print and paste stickers by themselves to achieve the packaging customization.
Timothy Ross

Musician Tutorials: Content / Songwriting / Songwriting - Part 1 - 4 views

  • by Tom Hess {PDF=create pdf file of the content item^plugin:content.123}
  • by Tom Hesshttp://www.tomhess.net
  • Begin with Melody first
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  • This is very important because vocal melodies need to have room for a singer to breathe and you must also consider the pitch range - a singer's pitch range is more narrow than most instruments.
  • center (key) to begin with. You don't have to stay in that key for the entire song, but it is wise to at least begin in a single key.
  • Choose a tonal
  • Begin with Chords and Melody at the same time
  • . Force yourself to disallow any of your favorite rhythmic patterns to creep into your new song idea
  • I like this one a lot. Begin with a single chord and a melody note or phrase, as you add on the next chord and more melodic notes, write them together. Experiment by changing the chord but not the melodic phrase. Experiment by changing the melodic phrase but not the chord
  • If you are thinking about dynamics while composing each part of the song, you are already ahead of the game.
  • - The variety of instruments you use, and the sounds you get out of those instruments brings color to you music.
  • Begin with Texture first
  • - The density of sound and timbre may influence the types of melodies you compose. Consider how the density of texture may change from section to section.
  • Begin with Form firs
  • Starting here can do wonders to keep you out of trouble (musically speaking). When you don't think about the form (arrangement of the parts of a song) early on in the writing process, it is easy to paint yourself in a corner late
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    SONGWRITING TIPS
Diego Morelli

Online Music & P2P Networks: artists-to-fans-to-artists - 1 views

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    A new blog is officially online for discussing music on the Web, with debates on payments to artists and issues related to copyright. It's called a2f2a (artists to fans to artists), and here's the mission statement as stated on the blog page: (continue...)
George Columbow

The Perfect Mix: with notes on Mastering Audio - 6 views

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    Great article about strategy of making mix. Step by step. Without any secrets off. Besides at the bottom of the page you will find the links to other articles, as: Mixing and Mastering Choosing a Mixer for your Studio Understanding your Mixer Digital Mixers Classic Analog Mixers How to Hookup a Mixer Guide to Control Surfaces How to use EQ How to Use a Compressor Using Pan Controls The Perfect Mix Review of the UAD 4k Processors Mixing on a Virtual Console Tascam DM3200 Resource Mackie 8 bus Console Resources Elements of Mastering Mixer catalog List
anonymous

Getting Started with Firefox extension - Diigo help - 0 views

  • &nbsp;Feature Highlight: Highlights Diigo saves the day with "highlights". Highlights let you select the important snippets on a page and store them in your library with the page's bookmark. Let's try it. Just open a page, maybe one of your old-school bookmarks or one of your new cat bookmarks, and find the information on that page you actually care about. Select that important text. Got it? Okay, now put your hemet on, 'cause this might blow your mind! Click the highlight icon on the Diigo toolbar. It's the one with the "T" on a page with a yellow highlighter. You will notice that the selected text gets a yellow background. This means that the text has been saved in your library, and as long as you have the Diigo add-on the text will be highlighted on the page! How's that for easy? &nbsp; Now you've highlighted the text. It will appear in your library within the bookmark for the page it is on. Go to your library and you can see how it works. If you're not sure how to get to your library, just click the second icon on the toolbar (Diigo icon to the left of the search bar) and then select "My Library »".
  • Sticky Notes on the Web What? I can put a sticky note on&nbsp;a web page? How? Oh, that's right! Diigo. Just right-click anywhere on the page and choose to "add a floating sticky note". Type up your note and choose "Post", then move the note anywhere on the page. You have to type a note first, before you move it where you want, otherwise there's nothing to move!
George Columbow

Introduction to Jazz Music Theory - Course - 3 views

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    1 / the silent architecture of our music the organic source of our 12 pitches, how we tune our instruments 2 / loops of pitches the perfect closure of equal temper tuning 3 / groups of pitches the initial process of selecting pitches to create melody 4 / major / minor tonality the two core colors of equal temper 5 / evolution of scales organically evolving and organizing of our melodic resources 6 / evolving scales into arpeggios the theory how scales become arpeggios 7 / evolving arpeggios into chords the theory of how arpeggios become chords 8 / rhythm cool ideas about musical time, its subdivision and notation 9 / highlights of the history of music seven highlights to begin one's study of music history 10 / composing practical ideas for putting one's ideas into music 11 / how to practice ... something you don't know how to play
aryadany

Learn to play acoustic guitar for beginners - 2 views

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    As you begin to teach yourself more, pay attention to the different ways a chord can be played. For example, there are several different ways to play the C and G chords. Being versatile in your playing will allow you to change chords more smoothly later on, without having to worry about difficult finger placements. Also, when learning chords on your acoustic guitar, it is imperative that you build up your hands' muscle memory. This means that once you have gotten a chord down, practice it without looking down at the frets or strings. Feel for the strings and teach yourself in this manner with each and every chord. Similar to teaching yourself how to type properly, this is one major key to success.
George Columbow

Calculating Reverb and Delay Times based on BPM - Mixing technique - 0 views

  • For example you could set ⁃&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;left delay&nbsp; to 125 ms ⁃&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;right delay to 250 ms ⁃&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;reverb length to 1,000 ms (1 second) ⁃&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;a second (short) reverb to 500 ms
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    Interesting and simple way to calculate exact delay time value. Also there is even special calculator tool to do this online.
Ladarrius Turner

About - Creative Commons - 1 views

  • Our vision is nothing less than realizing the full potential of the Internet — universal access to research and education, full participation in culture — to drive a new era of development, growth, and productivity.
    • Ladarrius Turner
       
      creative commons
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    "Our vision is nothing less than realizing the full potential of the Internet - universal access to research and education, full participation in culture - to drive a new era of development, growth, and productivity."
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    "Our vision is nothing less than realizing the full potential of the Internet - universal access to research and education, full participation in culture - to drive a new era of development, growth, and productivity."
George Columbow

Free guitar lessons for the absolute beginner - 1 views

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    Even though this tutorial is meant for electric guitar learners, all the general guitar tips and advice will work for acoustic guitars as well. And if it doesn't have what you are looking for then see Essential FREE Tools to Learn Guitar Playing Online. When you are done learning and feel more comfortable with the guitar, you can check out the homepage for more guitar related information such as general music theory, practice lessons, how to read guitar tabs and diagrams and more. Features: * Free step by step electric guitar lessons for dummies. * 9 Lessons in total, to take you from an absolute beginner to an experienced player. * General guitar lessons both for acoustic and electric guitar learners, but geared more towards learners of electric guitars. * Each lessons contains the necessary theory, techniques and complementary music (MIDI) files in one place. * Free, no signup needed.
George Columbow

Cyber School of Bass, free online bass guitar lessons - 0 views

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    Bass guitar lessons. Text and Video. For free Author: Now you can learn bass from the comfort of your own home with world renowned bassist, Bunny Brunel. These one of a kind internet bass lessons combine the use of charts with tablature and written explanations, audio and midi files for students to practice to, and videos which demonstrate each lesson's material. Lessons range from beginning to advanced levels. Tip: Even if you are an advanced player, it is recommended that you begin the lessons from the beginning to assure that you have proper technique.
George Columbow

Composition, Orchestration and Arranging - 2 views

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    COMPOSITION - TIPS AND HINTS Learn the Saxophone (1) Exercises & patterns * Learn to Play Saxophone * Saxophone For Beginners * Saxophone Lessons * How to Practise * Beginners' Tunes * Rock & Roll Saxophone * Saxophone Transcriptions * Circular Breathing Exercises, Patterns & Licks: * Fingering Exercises (1) * Fingering Exercises (2) * Cycle of 5ths * IIm7-V7-Is * Chromatic * Studies in 4ths * Diminished Patterns * Whole Tone Patterns Learn the Saxophone (2) Tone, sound & effects * Saxophone Sound & Tone * Sound & Tone Exercises * "Visualising" the Sound * Articulation & Tonguing * Diaphragm Breathing * Breathing Exercises * Embouchure * Vibrato * Harmonics (Overtones) * Altissimo * Subtone Effects: * Saxophone Effects * Alternate Fingering * Growl * Bending * Bb Wobble * Slaptongue * Dood'n Tonguing * Laugh * Fluttertongue * Adderley Trill * Multiphonics Jazz Theory Nuts & Bolts of Jazz & Blues * Jazz Theory & Improvising * Jazz Theory Books * Jazz Playalong CDs * Jazz Books Beginners' Theory: * Jazz Beginners I * Jazz Beginners II * Rock & Blues Beginners Jazz Theory Lessons: * Chord Sequences * Cycle of 5ths * Upper Extensions * Modes * Minor Harmony * Altered Chords * Tritone Substitutes * Jazz Analysis * Passing Chords * Scales & Improvising * 12 Bar Blues Chords * "I Got Rhythm" Jazz: Impro & Arranging Practical Jazz Stuff Improvisation: * Jazz Patterns & Licks * Jazz Improvisation * Daily Warm-Up * Diatonic Patterns * Dorian Patterns * Tonic Patterns * Blues Riffs & Licks * Jazz Scales Chart * Chord Symbol Chart * Jazz Repertoire * Download Playalongs Jazz Arranging: * Jazz Arranging * Instrument Ranges * Transposition Chart * Reharmonisation * Block Voicing
cysko cysko

Deny This, Last.fm - 0 views

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    Here's what we believe happened: CBS requested user data from Last.fm, including user name and IP address. CBS wanted the data to comply with a RIAA request but told Last.fm the data was going to be used for "internal use only." It was only after the data was sent to CBS that Last.fm discovered the real reason for the request. Last.fm staffers were outraged, say our sources, but the data had already been sent to the RIAA.
soundmaximum

5 Best Headphones for Binaural Beats and Brainwave Entrainment - 0 views

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    If you listen to binaural beats every day for sleeping and relaxation, it's worth it for you to consider investing in a good pair of headphones. We've researched some of the best headphones and earbuds in the market that are well suited for the stereo sound and also for maximizing the effects you get out of binaural beats. You may still be finding an answer whether you need a pair of headphone or not. Yes, it's required. Let me explain to you why. As you may already know that Binaural beats work by producing two tones which give rise to the third tone.
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