Sound recording

The Musical Mysteries of Josquin

Singer and composer Josquin Desprez has lived through his time like a shy ghost, glimpsed here and there in the splendor of the Renaissance. He is believed to have been born around 1450 in present-day western Belgium, the son of a policeman who was previously imprisoned for excessive use of …

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How do I change the sound of my car horn?

We may not be able to change our singing voice (sorry, karaoke fans), but we can change our car or truck voice. Vehicle horns are safety equipment, intended to warn another driver or wandering pedestrian of an impending collision or other danger. While there are also certainly times when they …

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Hildegarde: Hildegarde Album Review | Fork

In the music of Montreal upstarts Ouri and Helena Deland, the mere idea of ​​transformation can create a thrill of excitement. On the title song of his radiant album Someone new, Deland wondered if kissing someone new or even imagine kissing someone new – might be enough to trigger a …

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Sveriges Radio wins the T&I 2021 award

The winner of the 2021 EBU Technology and Innovation Prize is Sveriges Radio (SR), for a project that places public service values ​​at the heart of the production and dissemination of information. The winner of the first EBU Young Engineers and Researchers Prize is Irene Nikkarinen, data scientist at Yle …

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Strippers ‘Really, Really Love’ Their Jobs

Hunter Biden put his personal knowledge of strip clubs to use in 2018 – praising the career choice of an exotic dancer in a taped conversation that turned into a two-way therapy session. “90% of the strippers I know do it because they really, really love him,” reassures the woman’s …

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Body Meπa: The Work Is Slow Album review

The four musicians of avant-rock supergroup Body MeÏ€a — drummer Greg Fox, bassist Melvin Gibbs, and guitarists Sasha Frere-Jones and Gray McMurray — have spent their careers in a myriad of settings, and their debut album together, Work is slow, finds them operating in another mode, handing out sprawling post-rock …

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The best Amazon Fire TV 2021 – WPRI.com

What is the best Amazon Fire TV for 2021? Amazon Fire TV lets you enhance your streaming experience with an immersive, connected experience so you can watch all of your favorite shows on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and more. With an Amazon Fire TV device, you can access all of …

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50 more of the best Bob Dylan covers ever recorded

For Bob Dylan’s 80th birthday last week, Variety selected 80 of the best or most undervalued interpretations of Dylan’s work ever recorded. Was this blanket sufficient? The answer is clear, if you appreciate the catalog of the man often revered as the greatest rock’n’roll songwriter: 80 is not enough, no …

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Tiny Desk Concert (home): NPR

The Tiny Desk works from home for the foreseeable future. Introducing NPR Music’s Tiny Desk (Home) concerts, bringing you performances from across the country and around the world. It’s the same spirit – uncluttered decors, an intimate setting – just a different space. Since last year, many musicians have had …

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New music recordings of critically endangered nocturnal parrots to ears of Kimberley rangers and scientists

It could be Australia’s rarest bird and was only first photographed in 2015, but new evidence collected by native rangers has revealed the country’s largest known nocturnal parrot population. . Key points: Nocturnal parrot call records from sites in the Great Sandy Desert indicate Australia’s largest nocturnal parrot population Despite …

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Sara Bug: Sara Bug’s Album Review

Sara Bug fills her songs with stories of self-discovery, taking place in scenes from the California coast to New Orleans, trying out different places, lovers and I as she finally returns home to Nashville. For her debut album, the New Orleans-raised singer-songwriter invites herself into an emotional, somewhat pastoral, somewhat …

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Disk Drives Market Status, Estimates And Forecasts By 2026 | Acoustic signature, Kronos Audio, Clearaudio, LINN, Tien Audio, etc. – KSU

Record-Players-Market Latest research on Global Record Player Market The report covers forecasting and analysis at the global, regional and national levels. The study provides historical information from 2016-2021 along with a forecast for 2021-2026 supported by both volume and revenue (USD Million). The whole study covers the major drivers and …

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Morray: Street Sermons album review

For North Carolina rapper Morray, music is an audible beacon of light. He started singing in church at the age of four and took to rap years later after briefly moving from Fayetteville, North Carolina, Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Being kicked out of school for fighting took him to the streets and …

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Mysterious voice behind Amazon Alexa may have been found

David VanderWaal and Mike George with Alexa RefrigeratorPhoto: David Becker (Getty Images) Perhaps one of the most recognizable (and accidentally sets off) voice in America, Amazon’s Alexa sounds like an AI With her broken phrasing, eerie calm, and eerie approximation of gentle consumption, Alexa can be heard in households from …

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Seth Rogen Launches Comedy Podcast Series | Entertainment

Seth Rogen is about to launch a comedy podcast series. The “Pineapple Express” star is teaming up with SiriusXM and their podcast affiliate, Stitcher, to launch her very first podcast. Seth’s still-untitled series will appear once a week on Stitcher’s comedy podcast network Earwolf, and will see the 39-year-old actor …

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The Iowan Daily | Hawkeye to remember: Laulauga Tausaga nears end of record breaking career with Iowa track and field

Eighteen days after the rest of the 2020 season was abruptly canceled, Tausaga and other track athletes across the country have received positive news. The NCAA granted all spring sports athletes an additional season of eligibility (Iowa pitcher Allison Wahrman petitioned for this cause, which received over 330,000 digital signatures), …

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Pioneer DJ VM-50 Review | PCMag

We don’t review studio monitors often, but with more people working from home, more people are recording, mixing and editing all kinds of media from home as well. At $ 169 each (or $ 338 for a pair), the Pioneer DJ VM-50 speakers are relatively budget-friendly studio monitors. There’s no …

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