Sound recording

Passing the Torch: The Musical Offspring of Famous Rock Stars – National

The concept can be expressed in different ways. It runs in the family. Like father (or mother), like son (or daughter). The apple never falls far from the tree. In any case, we are talking either about inherited characteristics or acquired abilities passed on from parent to child. It stands …

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All local COVID patients in intensive care not fully vaccinated: health unit

Breadcrumb Links News Local News Getty Images Content of the article Twelve people from the area are in a local hospital and two others are hospitalized outside of Grey-Bruce with COVID-19, the health unit reported Friday. Advertising This ad has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Content of …

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South Island Kōkako: recording sparks hope of spotting elusive bird

A recording from the Heaphy Trail in Kahurangi National Park is being analyzed to determine if it is the South Island kōkako. Illustration of the South Island kōkako, now believed to be extinct. Photo: Florilegius / Leemage via AFP The last confirmed sighting of the South Island kōkako, now believed …

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Burial: Antidawn Album Review | fork

Burial Anti-dawn opens with such a subtle sound, if instinctive, you might miss it the first half a dozen times: harrump of a throat clearing. But no opening line or explanatory statement materializes in its wake. Instead, a thousand shades of gray rush to fill the void. In the background, …

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Wenatchee receives nearly 2 feet of snow in 24 hours

The record remains unofficial until the amount of snow at the Wenatchee water body is confirmed. WENATCHEE, Washington – The city of Wenatchee may have seen a record amount of snowfall in a 24-hour period Thursday amid another winter storm that brought flooding to many parts of western Washington and …

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Sound, silence and space – Comox Valley Record

– Words by Sean McIntyre Photographs by Lia Crowe If mention of ceramic Stirring images of clay pots, earthenware cups and craft fairs, Samantha Dickie’s work is sure to offer a refreshing new perspective. The Victoria-based ceramic artist aims to reshape perceptions of the art form while using the medium …

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Showers, winter mix to follow the torrential rainy night in the Seattle area

Phew! It was torrential rain, wasn’t it? At Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, 1.04 inches was recorded during the 12-hour period that began at 4 p.m. Sunday, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Dana Felton. At Bremerton, 2.16 inches were recorded and Everett got 1.86 inches, he said. At the Seattle weather …

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‘Winnie the Pooh’, 400,000 sound recordings enter the public domain

AA Milne Winnie the Pooh, classic novels by Ernest Hemingway and Agatha Christie, and hundreds of thousands of sound recordings from before 1923 are among the works that entered the public domain on New Years Day 2022. Dorothy Parker’s first collection of poems Enough rope, the first novel by William …

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How can you record audio on phone with the screen turned off?

What if you’ve ever been in a situation where you have to be a detective to find out someone’s nefarious plans? If yes then you must have thought about how you can record audio on phone with the screen turned off. This article is for you if you also want …

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Live: Washington winter weather updates, December 29: Seattle area braces for cold temperatures and more snow

Frigid winds pouring into Washington from Canada’s Fraser River Valley brought record temperatures to Seattle and the Puget Sound area two days in a row. On Sunday, the maximum at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport was 20 degrees, breaking the record of 22 set in 1948. On Monday, the maximum was 17 …

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For pop music, 2021 was the year of the deep dive

The pandemic, it seems, has sent some enterprising music lovers into the editing rooms. For those still hesitant to come together for a live concert, the 2021 consolation prize was not a slew of fleeting livestreams, but a wave of clever and intentional musical documentaries that weren’t afraid to span …

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People soak up the sun for the 5th hottest Christmas ever in Austin

AUSTIN, TEXAS (KXAN) – Downtown Austin looked like a Christmas like no other on Saturday night. Many Austinites spent their Christmas day listening to birdsong and seeing the boarders at Lady Bird Lake and Auditorium Shores on the fifth hottest Christmas day on record. Fifth hottest Christmas day on record …

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911 call issued by Detroit police about the Oxford high school shooting

An audio recording of 911 obtained on Thursday describes the urgent call from a man who said he located the mother of the Oxford High shooting suspect as police searched for her and her husband. “The shooter’s parents running away, they’re here,” a man’s voice heard over the audio clip …

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Trotter of South Puget Sound Community College posts big numbers at NWAC crossings

SHaray Trotter, a member of the South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) women’s basketball team, continues to show that she is one of the Northwest Athletic Conference’s main offensive threats after the rookie obtained an average of 20 points during the NWAC crosses organized by the SPSCC on December 16-18 …

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Audio of bail hearing missed due to error – NBC Chicago

Milwaukee County Court officials reported that an error led them not to record audio of a man’s bail hearing before he drove his vehicle during a Christmas parade, killing six people. Court officials said they discovered that the hearing audio was missing after reporters requested a copy, the Milwaukee Journal …

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Black Tie Dinner Distributes Record $ 1.45 Million To Recipients

Those in charge of the Black Tie dinner distributed a record amount of $ 1,450,000 to its 17 beneficiaries during its 2021 closing party, held on Thursday evening, December 16 by 2021, main sponsor PNC Bank and underwriter of the Lexus distribution event, at Gilley’s South Side Music Hall. Co-Chairs …

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Animated images: a new book analyzes the concept of movement in cinema

Movies movement. This is their defining characteristic, differentiating moving images from still photographs. Even the word cinema comes from this concept: it is rooted in the Greek movie theater, or movement. If movement is at the heart of the medium, then why do film studies rarely analyze movement? This is …

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Can Taiwan become the next big hiking destination in Asia?

Chou’s practical knowledge and unrivaled knowledge of the mountainous terrain quickly made him a sought-after guide. The Taiwanese government has even started to notice the growing popularity of the sport, in large part thanks to Chou’s efforts. In 2005, then-president Chen Shui-bian called Chou for a meeting, and Chou presented …

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Warriors could rest Steph Curry against Pacers for record-breaking Madison Square Garden night

Steph Curry’s pursuit of the all-time NBA 3-point record is the big story of the NBA world these days, and ever since he has come close to a few dozen of the 2,973 3-pointers. Ray Allen, everybody’s trying to figure out when he’ll break the mark. There was a chance …

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Pastor and his wife killed woman over insurance money, audio recording reveals how they did it

Pastor and wife convicted of hiring hitman to murder woman to secure money The couple had taken out a policy on the life of Hlompho Mohapi Koloi without their knowledge Pastor’s wife claimed to be the Koloi while pastor claimed to be Koloi’s partner with the insurance company PAY ATTENTION: …

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Uber launches audio recording in US, adds more safety features

Transit giant Uber introduces its audio recording feature in the United States. Starting at the end of the month, the feature will be available in the Uber app in three US cities: Kansas City, Louisville and Raleigh-Durham. The company will likely take driver and passenger feedback into account before expanding …

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Earth receives a black box to record our actions against climate change, and it has already started listening

On a plain dotted with granite, surrounded by gnarled mountains, stands a gigantic steel box. Incongruously in the landscape, much like Kubrick’s black monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey, its alien presence suggests it was placed there with intent. And if those who find it can decipher the messages it …

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That radio DJ you hear might already be a robot, Tech News News & Top Stories

LOS ANGELES (REUTERS) – Andy Chanley, the afternoon host at Southern California public radio station 88.5 KCSN, has been a radio DJ for over 32 years. And now, thanks to artificial intelligence technology, his voice will live in many places simultaneously. “I might be a robot, but I still love …

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GOP lawmaker defends her record against Marjorie Taylor Greene attack after criticizing Boebert

Photos: Getty Images and Associated Press Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene attacked her Republican colleague Nancy Mace on Tuesday, after Mace condemned the inflammatory and anti-Muslim comments by Republican Representative Lauren Boebert. On Twitter, Greene told Mace to “back off” Boebert, while accusing Mace of not being conservative and attacking …

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Mike Vrabel, Bill Belichick ready for third round as Tennessee Titans visit New England Patriots – Tennessee Titans Blog

6:00 am ET Turron DavenportESPN close Covered Eagles for USA Today Covered the Ravens for the Baltimore Times Played college football at Cheyney University NASHVILLE, TN – Tennessee Titans coach Mike Vrabel stood calmly on the sidelines as his team clung to a 14-13 lead in the AFC wildcard game …

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With ‘Encanto’, Stephanie Beatriz finds yet another voice

Actress Stephanie Beatriz bid farewell to her memorable role as a stern sleuth in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” in September as the hit comedy wrapped up after eight seasons. “I will be happy if my name is still linked to Rosa Diaz. It’s an honor, ”Beatriz said of the fan favorite character. …

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Sights & Sounds of Christmas returns in 2021

After a one-year hiatus, the organizers of Sights & Sounds of Christmas and the hugely popular Jingle Bell Run are back in 2021 with several new attractions. Among them, the addition of a train screen, new lights and an RGB tunnel, according to event president David Case. But the biggest …

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Houston’s Khruangbin Presents Acclaimed Live Show in Atlanta

In just a few days, Khruangbin would be in Rhode Island for an appearance at the Newport Jazz Festival, before starting a series of headlining shows. Khruangbin’s headlining status confirms their status as “the greatest band on vinyl”. The trio was formed in 2009 by Johnson and Speer, who performed …

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Cowboy Bebop’s English voice cast have strong feelings about the film

Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, known in Japan under the much better name Cowboy Bebop: Knocking on Heaven’s Door, was released in 2001 and takes place during the last handful of episodes of the series. Most animated films do not impact the overall arc of the series, featuring enemies, allies, and …

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Vijay Shekhar Sharma: Vijay Shekhar Sharma’s obsession with setting Paytm IPO record led to a bad day 1

Vijay Shekhar Sharma wiped away tears of joy as he recounted his rise from a “man of the people” to leader of a digital payments giant who has just completed India’s largest initial public offering. “The dreams of a young country are with me,” said the founder and managing director …

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‘No Nukes’ images bypass Springsteen’s aversion to cinema – Daily Freeman

By DAVID BAUDER NEW YORK (AP) – If there’s one thing Bruce Springsteen fans can fault their hero for, it’s his early aversion to cameras. For this reason, there is very little on-screen documentation of Springsteen performing on stage in the mid to late 1970s when the power and majesty …

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Historic flooding underway in parts of western Washington

Skagit River set to break all-time flood record FOX 13 Meteorologist Brian MacMillan tracks historic river flooding in western Washington. The Skagit River is expected to hit an all-time high on Tuesday. Seattle – Rivers are rising to historic levels in the northern Puget Sound region and on the Olympic …

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Foreigners in an “outside” subculture

My first emo group, like a lot of kids from the 2000s, was My Chemical Romance. In 2005, my mother was a big fan of the new version that would become a poster of the genre: “Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge”. While not as popular as their sequel, “Welcome to …

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New record store, Sound Advice, opens in Belfast

A new record store, Sound Advice, has opened in Belfast. Created by DJ and producer Marion Hawkes, the store is located in Banana Block, in the PortView Trade Center, and will open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. According to the official Instagram, the shelves will focus …

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The war on drugs never stops looking for answers in music

Baby Bruce (named Springsteen) had a profound impact on “I Don’t Live Here Anymore”, both logistically and thematically. While working on previous records, Granduciel sometimes languished in the studio until the early hours of the morning. During the sessions after his son was born, he made a point of being …

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Brandi Carlile, larger than life and painfully human

The quarantine and isolation of 2020 did not overpower Brandi Carlile. Completely the opposite. Her seventh album, “In These Silent Days,” braves the extremes of Carlile’s songwriting. She empathizes, apologizes and accuses. She is fair and she doubts herself. She offers affectionate lullabies and she utters loud cries. The album …

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Ben Roethlisberger’s disappearance has eclipsed Najee Harris’ record-breaking performance, and Mike Tomlin must sound the alarm immediately

Things are getting worse for Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers. After a disappointing year of defeat, Mike Tomlin and his team have some explanations to give. Najee Harris broke a franchise record, but he was overshadowed by Big Ben’s poor performance. The Steelers look ashamed right now, and something …

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Biden to host World Leaders Climate Forum

WASHINGTON – President Biden announced on Friday that the United States and Europe have pledged to work to reduce global methane emissions by a third over the next decade and urged other countries to join their efforts to combat a powerful greenhouse gas that warms the planet. In a virtual …

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Owen Sound caps win OASA eliminations in Cambridge

Content of the article It’s banner season for the Selects. Content of the article Owen Sound Selects Under-23 team outscored Tavistock 11-1 to win the 2021 OASA Under-23 elimination tournament in Cambridge last weekend. With Softball Canada canceling its national championships amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the tournament is the premier …

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Review: Universal Audio Luna Recording System

Words by the mixing staff Universal audio | Free with Apollo or Arrow interfaces If there was ever one brand that epitomizes exactly where we are with regards to the evolution of the recording studio, it would be Universal audio. A multigenerational family business that has been at the forefront …

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Les Faces record new music | Entertainment

The Faces are recording new music. The band ‘Ooh La La’ broke up in 1975 and have reunited several times since, but without the surviving members of the original lineup until Sir Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones put on a performance of charity in 2015, a private concert …

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Moin: Moot! Album review | Fork

In pop music, the 80s are still inescapable, but in the electronic field, the 90s currently reign supreme. The sounds of trance, jungle, garage, and IDM have all seen a major resurgence in recent years; somehow things have reached a point where even the electronics are re-evaluated and the average …

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