Written by | July 5, 2014 0:07 | No Comments

You can actually do four different musical tests, a Tonedeaf test, an adaptive Pitch test, a rhythm test and an Associative Musical Visual intelligence test. I scored quite high for some, and quite low for others! But I have no musical training whatsoever, and I have never learned music, so musicians probably have an advantage, at least I suppose.

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Written by | August 23, 2013 0:04 | No Comments

‘I am nervous and excited at the possibility that we will be able to fully sequence John Lennon’s DNA, very soon I hope. With researchers working on ways to clone mammoths, the same technology certainly could make human cloning a reality’, he declared

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Written by | February 19, 2013 0:08 | No Comments

We find pleasant what we are used to listen to, and unpleasant novelties we can’t comprehend at the first listening. On the other hand, musical training increases our exposure to different kinds of chords and harmonies, and so also increases our ability to identify them and enjoy them.

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Written by | February 18, 2013 0:09 | No Comments

He wondered if the mathematical laws that apply to group behavior in flocks of birds could also describe what he was seeing, so he got the idea to use software developed for analyzing particles in a fluid to track moshers’ motions! Surprisingly, he found out that the moshers had the same statistical distribution as the speeds of atoms in a gas!

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Written by | November 25, 2012 0:10 | 4 responses

Space will start and stop playing the song, left arrow will decrement the current play velocity by one, right arrow will increment the current play velocity by one, down arrow will set the current play velocity to zero (giving a good scratch-record effect), control will freeze on the current beat, and shift will bounce between the current beat and all the similar sounding beats (the branching points).

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Written by | November 16, 2012 0:10 | No Comments

From a Universe of choices, the Gimbal App (or some variant –that isn’t what is happening now, it is what will happen tomorrow) will track your tastes and your lifestyles into a perfect emersion into the sounds you want to hear and don’t even know you want to hear.

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Written by | June 25, 2012 0:10 | No Comments

Is she completely insane, again what is she afraid of? That some crazy fan sells her DNA to some mad lab for a complete DNA profiling? That someone pick up one of her hair to make a clone? Madonna, I have news, science is not there yet! There is no way I can find a justification to such behavior

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Written by | May 2, 2012 0:02 | No Comments

Hang about, why shouldn’t the Stones send holograms into every home in the county??? You pay for your ticket and a hologram of your favorite Stones period shows up and serenades you!!!

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Written by | April 29, 2012 0:08 | No Comments

while I absolutely agree that the likes of Britney Spears has buried the hatchet in the back of any concept of live music, it is ridiculous and in astounding bad taste to drag poor Lisa out of her grave to suing for her supper.

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Written by | January 3, 2012 0:03 | No Comments

I’m listening to Kurt Vile as I wrote and I am not certain that is a good thing at all. “Music like scent has an immediate neuro pathway that can bypass your thinking brain and effect your emotional state.”

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Written by | December 30, 2011 0:13 | No Comments

Researchers think that parrots’ dancing skills come from their talent for mimicking the sounds of their surrounding, which made them develop a very good coordination between their excellent sense of hearing and their motor functions

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Written by | December 20, 2011 0:12 | 2 responses

power ballads were big in the 80s, the late 70s-early 80s were the most creative, people had simpler tastes before the 90s (or were dumber), and we are all gonna be deaf soon.

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