10 juin 2013, 21h34m par fdunihoThe sidebar in my profile gives a brief synopsis of my taste in music, but it doesn't explain anything in detail. First, I usually listen to music to accompany other activities rather than setting aside periods of time to just listen to music. So, one of the most important factors affecting what I listen to is what I'm doing. I commonly listen to music while writing, reading, working, and exercising. For reading, I like to listen to music that helps me focus. For focusing, I often prefer instrumental music, though music with lyrics is fine as long as my attention isn't drawn to them too much. A steady rhythm, such as found in rock or fusion, often helps me focus, but when I'm already focused and just need to avoid distractions, ambient music can be best. For writing, working, and exercising, I often enjoy something that helps me move. In general, much of the music I listen to has to be good for focusing and moving. Other factors that are important to me are intellectual interest, emotional appeal…
7 jui. 2010, 21h27m par b-s-v07.07.10
Siamgda feat. Morty - Golden Prayer
The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation - A Place For Fantasies
Anders Ilar - Rare Islands
The Future Sound of London - Long Shadows
Rikki - Amami no Komori Uta
Sheila Chandra - Quiet 1
Higher Intelligence Agency & Pete Namlook - Secret Location
Bohren & der Club of Gore - Mittelfinger
The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble - Mephistopheles
Groove Armada - Inside My Mind (Blue Skies)
Loess - Hohn
Keren Ann - Nolita
Air - Playground Love
Cyanotic - Dose Responsive
2nd Gen - Musicians Are Morons
Phylr - Progain
Lucidstatic - Lost Broadcast
Thermidor - Cítara (Revisited by lingouf)
Morbus M. - Through A City
Zeller - Galactik Dust
The Outside Agency - The Shocktower
The Relic - First Light
Bioxeed + Rybacker - Broken EQ
Phylr - In A Hole
Zeller - The Beast
Lucidstatic vs. Nereus - Noiz3Rush
Bioxeed - Behind Enemy Lines
The Outside Agency feat. Mindustries - Carnage In C-Minor
24 août 2009, 12h24m par fmeraFollowing up on the earlier journal, Getting Artist Images to Look Their Best, here is a short guide to explain how images (be they square, tall, or wide) that you upload to artist galleries are cropped for eventual use in the library.
I'll use these images (taken from Simone Kopmajer's gallery) as a visual guide to show how your original artist pics will end up looking as library images. It works on the idea that cropping images square or tall - if your original shots allow this - really is the safer option, as they minimize further cropping when your images are processed. Shown below are three sample images, in square, tall, and wide formats, and beside them the actual 126s images used for the library. The translucent red masking shows where image content will be lost (or hidden from view, rather), and the window is what you'll end up with in the library:
16 avr. 2009, 19h56m par selcukalhanAll About World Music
All About World Cinema
TOP 23 MUSICIANS FROM INDIA
3.Ustad Vilayat Khan
12.Ali Akbar Khan
14.Tabla Beat Science
Comment about missed names which should be in list and not deserving ones.
22 mai 2008, 7h17m par b-s-v07.05.08
KOKIA - Chouwa Oto ~With Reflection~
ケンイシイ - Gap Accelerator
島宮えい子 - Ai No Uto
BESPA KUMAMERO - Totem Pole
Control Freak - Red Shift
Aya Hirano & Emiri Katou & Kaori Fukuhara & Aya Endou - Motteke! Sailor Fuku (Choushi Koite Gyokusai Mix)
布袋寅泰 - Believe Me, I'm A Liar
Zunba - Ondo
The Mad Capsule Markets - Come
Maximum the Hormone - What's Up, People!
Stylus - Gone With A King's Command
DéspairsRay - Born (White Stream Mix)
DIR EN GREY - Beautiful Dirt
The Front Row Feeeders - Wrong Number
m1dy - Bled
Yousei Teikoku - Himegoroshi ~Honrou~
Ordinateur - Clipping Dark Water Surface
TellMachine - Sriks
SINO RE-BUILD PROJECTS - Drainage
Chaos Royale - Witness
Lee UHF & Invader - Angry Bitch
DJ Chucky - Is Anybody Out There
Geomatic - The Bliss
Gridlock - Invert
Mimetic Tale - Le Spectre (Remix by Zonk't)
Totakeke - Days Ago
Stendeck - Falling Leaves, Like Red Pillows On My Wounds
This Morn' Omina - Tsidii
Autoclav 1.1 vs. Jeye - When To Care
17 mai 2008, 8h34m par abbagirlBeen a while since I did one of these. Fifty lines from songs, and your job is to guess what songs they are from the lyrics. The lyrics are separated into groups of ten so it's easier to read through the list.
1. I know it sounds funny, but I just can't stand the pain.
2. Tried to hitch a ride to San Francisco.
3. I recommend walking around naked in your living room.
4. I walk the lonely streets, I watch the people passing by.
5. For all the joy you brought to my life.
6. I pretend that I'm glad you went away.
7. A spirit that won't let me go.
8. I get a little closer to feeling fine.
9. Me and some guys from school had a band and we tried real hard.
10. Dream on, white boy. Dream on, black girl.
11. Are you gonna take me home tonight?
12. You see I think about it all the time, I'll service the community.
13. You were the victim of your crime, I left you behind.
14. Don't be afraid to come back to me.
15. Your ocean refuses no river.
16. Am I the only one who noticed? I can't be the only one concerned.
29 jui. 2007, 10h01m par CylobMAC Album of the Week Contest:
The nominees, weeks 1 -10...
Anne Clark - Joined Up Writing
The Auteurs - New Wave
The Beatles - Revolver
Beth Gibbons & Rustin Man - Out of Season
Blonde Redhead - Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons
Blondie - Parallel Lines
The Boy Least Likely To - The Best Party Ever
Brutal Truth - Need To Control
Canned Heat - Living the Blues
Cat Power- The Greatest
The Chameleons - Script of the Bridge
Charles Mingus - Blues & Roots
The Church - Starfish
The Clientele - Strange Geometry
Clutch - Clutch
The Comsat Angels - Waiting For A Miracle
Creedance Clearwater Revival - Cosmo's Factory
The Cure - Mixed Up
Das Kraftfuttermischwerk - Eingang Nach Draussen
Death from Above 1979 - You're A Woman, I'm a Machine (Winner, Week 2)
The Decemberists - Picaresque
Depeche Mode - A Broken Frame
The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster - The Royal Society
28 juin 2007, 23h16m par helensitaza
31 mai 2007, 15h02m par neuphoriaHere's the stories behind the songs on the Shinjuku Zulu and K.I.A. CDs; many more and weekly updates at http://mog.com/Shinjuku_Zulu
SINGING PI...and MASSIVE BALLERINA
So I made the mistake of mentioning the idea for a song to Sinead O'Connor, and Kate Bush ended up stealing it.
Well, maybe. A few years ago (when I was writing for the music mag, see other posts below) I was interviewing Sinead O'Connor, and we were talking about how songs originate, and I mentioned that I'd had a dream where a person was singing the most beautiful thing I'd ever heard... the song was perfect, it was mysterious, and it was endless.
It was the number pi.
But in the dream the song didn't feel dry, abstract or mathematical; it was very emotional and meaningful and passionate... and you weren't even really able to hear the numbers, it was more a connection to the energy conveyed through the syllables of the words of the numbers... …
11 mars 2007, 17h55m par udbitanowadays unnatural sounds piss me off. I want to hear that real human breath while she is playing her flute. And i want to here something not perfect.
I want to hear a jam. Thats why nowadays my profile changed.
* Boubacar Taore
* Tuvanian Singers
* Sheila Chandra
* John Zorn
I love tuvanian throat singing it makes my shaman instincts wake up