Posts Tagged: music


Music that kills. Literally.

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Amazing performance.

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What the F is FM synthesis?

Great explanation! (The Digitone looks cool too.)

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If you’re looking for a black strat, or maybe a gold Gibson: https://www.christies.com/features/David-Gilmour-legendary-Black-Strat-comes-to-auction-9637-3.aspx?PID=en_hp_carousel_1

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When I listen to music.

Listening Clock

Courtesy of last.fm.

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If time, as we perceive it, is a function of human cognition and perception then how could music, as we perceive it, not be a human “construct”. Nevertheless, this is the stuff you use when you want to blow minds. Also, Isaac Newton. Was he human though? I am not entirely convinced.

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When I no longer respond to any other form of communication, please play me 80s heavy metal (Iron Maiden and Metallica will do just fine!) and Pink Floyd.

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The orchestra is inside the guitar“.

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Awesome!

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Turn it up. It’s the Beach Boys. ♬

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Apparently, I never listen to music at 11 AM. I had no idea.

Spotify.me is a really fun complement to last.fm, which of course is a must if you are interested in your listening history.

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Glen Campbell, hit singer and guitarist, dead at 81

I very rarely listen to country music but when I do it is often to hear this guy play guitar.

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Hee-Haw

I watched… No. That is not right. I skipped, like a flat stone on the surface of a calm water, through this YouTube video. Twenty-four years on US television (first on CBS, then syndicated). Amazing.

We have come a long way.

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Today, GoT premieres again. As I intend to wait and binge watch the latest season, this effectively makes YouTube unusable for two months. All things considered, that is probably a good thing.

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Why Remix ‘Sgt. Pepper’s’? Giles Martin, The Man Behind The Project, Explains
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Now Pink Floyd’s instantly recognisable artwork, spectacular stagecraft and pioneering advances in sound design will be showcased in “Their Mortal Remains”, opening today at London’s Victoria and Albert museum. The exhibition is a heavenly ride through all they touched, all they saw, all their life was. For fans uncomfortably numbed by museums, on Friday Mr Waters will release his first rock album in 25 years, ahead of a North American tour. The time is gone, but the song isn’t over—and they’ve something more to say.

From The Economist Espresso: Not the final cut: Pink Floyd

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