Milbert Audiology Musicology Technology Blog
Life vibrates. Don't overlook the articles.
Jecklin Disc recording technique and info - plus Analog vs Digital shootout, reel-reel vs ADC
I'm trying to decide if I want to record to analog tape and then transfer the recording into the digital realm vs. an all digital recording. I set up a test, using a Teac A3440 4-track reel deck. I set things things up to record the same performance, feeding the audio into the Teac and computer at the same time. I came away feeling that one sounded better than the other. Watch, listen and see what you think!
Manipuated by Music - The 'Paul Is Dead' that just won't die, and here's many great reasons why
Sofia Smallstorm & Mike Williams - The Death Of Paul McCartney - September 11, 1966 (Sept 2016)
"[I am] irritated and annoyed that I was made to like this [music]...that I didn't just like it [for its own merit], I [grew to like] it because it was stuck in front of my face...it was all we had."
"What you thought this band was about - what any band [of that time] was about - was not true; it's another deception, it's another falsehood, it's another lie."
Bottom line: Paul McCartney died on September 11, 1966, and we've been listening to Bill Shepherd for fifty years.
The DIY Trend is Starting to Get Scary and it's Not All about Price
RE Home-automation products
"In fact, "good service" nowadays is often about no service at all - at least not personal service. We don't want to talk to people. We don't want to mess with scheduling contractors and being home (and dressed ... and pleasant ...) when they arrive. We just want to get it over with.
"Consumers don't necessarily go the DIY route because they're too cheap to hire a pro, or the products themselves are cheap (they're not always). They do it because it's just simpler that way...
Soul Resonance and Music - montalk.net
"...humans are adept at developing acquired tastes for that which kills them slowly, such as alcohol and tobacco, and the same may be said of certain music."
What music we enjoy potentially includes not only our soul resonance characteristics and recurring life themes, but also the more superficial aspects such as cultural/subcultural affiliation and degree of intellectual vs kinesthetic vs emotional centrism.
It would be a mistake, however, to confuse soul resonance with the more mundane factors behind musical preference and therefore draw the wrong conclusions. To reach the soul, a song must pass through the brain's musical circuitry. If the circuitry is not well developed, the song will never be perceived to the depths necessary to resonate the soul in the first place. In that case, a person's musical preference may be due more to mundane factors such as association, identity, groove, or intrigue. Many such individuals tend not to have strong musical preferences at all and will listen to just about anything; that's because their preference doesn't conditionally follow from their unique soul resonance profiles.
But assuming we can achieve objective insight into the soul based on musical preference, what are the implications? Well, in short it means that we all have spiritual roles that are unique in their idiosyncrasies yet generic in their stemming from just a few archetypes. These archetypes include the warrior, the healer, the wanderer, the trickster, the chieftain, the child, the king, the princess, the knight, the hero, the technician, the alien, the martyr, the observer, etc. These archetypes are what underlie the correspondences between soul, life, and music.
It also means that we are what we are, and we stand for what we stand for. If others acquire perception of our inner archetypes, and we of theirs, that should be no cause for mutual embarrassment, contempt, hubris, or hate. It should only be cause for mutual matter-of-fact acknowledgement and understanding without necessarily betraying our own values and roles, for we must be what we must be.
Music and the Power of Sound: The Influence of Tuning and Interval on Consciousness
Music has always been esteemed for its power to speak directly to our higher consciousness, a power founded in the purity of simple harmonic ratios. In this book, Alain Danielou traces the development of musical scales and tuning from their origins in both China and India, through their merging in ancient Greece, and on to the development of the Western traditions of modal and polyphonic music. Understanding these potent harmonic relationships offers a way for today's musicians to transcend the limitations of overly rationalistic music by drawing on its metaphysical roots.
Let's Talk Music welcomes Stewart Copeland
45:15 in: "This is worth it. Those eighty-thousand people. That kinetic ritual. That electricity that comes to the stage, that the artist reflects back -- that shamanism. You know, we get a rhythm going, and you've got this mass of humanity with you. That's quite intoxicating."
TOP 10 SONIC TORTURE SONGS FROM GITMO -- Psychosonic Drugs - Psychosonic Attacks - Weaponizing Lady GaGa (or any artist / MP3) - DEFCON 18
You'll learn how different mental states can be created using frequencies that interact with the brain, how the military is using this attack vector, how Vegas uses these same techniques on customers, which open source software creates these frequency generated psychic states and sites so you can continue your adventures in psychosonics. Multiple new attacks based on psychosonics will be demonstrated and fully explained to you can easily integrated these into you attack tools.
"Music tames the savage beast, but we can inject psychosonics to make them crazy."
18.98 Hz makes an average eyeball vibrate. Causes ghost images.
"Your frequency determines your mood."
GNAURAL lets you create the psychosonic stream.
AUDACITY lets you inject it.
BrainStimPro (binaural brainwave generator)
40 Hz > (Gamme waves) -- Insight, awake, "ah ha!" moment
13 Hz - 40 Hz (Beta) -- Active, busy, anxious, thinking, active concentration
8 Hz - 13 Hz (Alpha) -- Relaxation (while awake)
4 Hz - 7 Hz (Theta) -- Dreams, deep meditation, hypnosis
< 4 Hz (Delta) -- Deep dreamless sleep
Tones affect you.
Lower tones "sync" with moods.