Are we alone? What does the future look like? This experience takes us on a journey to the end of time, trillions of years into the future, to discover what the fate of our planet and our universe may ultimately be. Melodysheep is John D. Boswell, a filmmaker, composer, and editor from the pacific northwest.
His work spans from television and music production to viral remixes and mashups, and has drawn over million views online. A TED guest and Webby Award winner, he strives to evoke a sense of awe with his work by celebrating the musicality of life, nature, and pop culture. Using raw rover imagery and the sound of actual wind on Mars, I painted this little portrait of Opportunity, our faithful little martian rover friend that was lost earlier this year.
Approaching melody-writing with an experimental attitude free of expectations gives you the best chance at creating something your listeners will resonate with. Skip to primary navigation Skip to content. What is Melody in Music? Think of your favourite song. What are melodies? How to use melodies in your music Think about your melodies like a scene in a movie or play. Instrumental melodies Instrumental melodies are produced on pitched instruments.
Vocal melodies When it comes to popular music, nothing is more defining than vocal melodies. When it comes to popular music, nothing is more defining than vocal melodies.
Start by singing or playing over a simple chord progression Choose two basic major chords like C or F. Even the simplest melody can benefit from the use of unexpected or off-beat rhythms. Pay close attention to your melodic contour Melodic contour is overall shape of the line that your melody traces as it moves up and down.
Melodic lines can move in a few different ways. According to military communication research sorry, I don't recall specifics , the theoretical maximum amount of information that the human brain can absorb per second is only approximately the equivalent of 45 bits per second. I don't know if they know which bits are sufficient to reproduce that experience but I agree that I probably can't send a review report by telegram about a 4 minute video.
A good typist can exceed that rate by reflex even without understanding the dictation. An analog telephone line carries only a frequency range of cycles per second. It can use QAM to transmit bits per second, but phase modulation is involved and human hearing is not very much aware of the phase aspect of sound.
An analog telephone line or AM radio station is capable of transmitting a mechanical television show, while the old NTSC broadcast s required as much bandwidth as 4 times all of the AM radio stations combined.
First I made sounds by counting or pseudo random means, 3 years before using this technique for recording. Its purpose was to build a synthesizer , which I knew nothing about, and thought that it was a music generating automatic machine. In my format, counting sounds musical, and pseudo random sounds like the hiss of the s and sh sounds. It may be important that my format is so lossy that it doesn't preserve frequencies , phase , nor amplitude aspects of sound and thus its recognizability and intelligibility are unexplained and generally only useful for fast experimental calculation and exploration of " thumbnail " quality music.
Octave and musical note frequencies can be expressed in Base 12 Log2, from 0. Log2 explains how binary counting generates octaves but not the notes. I now occasionally use 4 megabytes to represent experimental binary numeric sound , but usually never even come close to exceeding 64K bytes. Most of my experiments do not exceed a screenful of significant data to generate musical sound. Assuming 8-bit PCM , there are constraints that bring the number of possible songs down, such as the average byte value must be hex The same song will be heard if all bits are flipped between 0 and 1, so that makes half as many possible songs.
The same song will be heard if the bytes are shifted and the player is looping and therefore the total number of songs must be divided by The lowest bit is meaningless, so the number must be halved.
Removing all bits except the highest bit still plays recognizable sound, so the number of songs must be divided by So the number of possible songs must be around Now what if everyone in the world recorded the same song using a device that records in my format?
Out of 6,,, people, no two people will create an identical file. This should be an exponent but it is not. The reason is that all of the songs can be represented by a single bit in that much memory. We know the constant third dimension is the same number. Now consider that this number represents every possible song sung by every possible singer in every possible language and backed by every possible instrument and every possible parody version and every possible non musical speech or combination of sounds I recently wrote a short song which has never been sung and programmed my unique synthesizer to create it so that it sounds like that old song that I thought was spontaneous ly generated by a synthesizer 30 years ago.
It is called Viray's Inspiration , and it fits in bytes and plays for approximately 30 seconds. The voice sounds the same, but the lyrics are different. The music sounds similar but the melody is different. I have partially squeezed not copied the Doctor Who intro, including Video into 64K, the audio will be like the original Derbyshire version, and the video of the vortex will be Parametric ally synthesized, like Farbrausch 's 64KB demoscene thriller called FR I think that was about 15 minutes of music and video in 64K.
With or without video. Most of the time, she is calm and mature; however, she acts coldly towards the other mermaid princesses when they first meet. By the start of the second season, though slightly still arrogant, she is much kinder and more open to having fun and much closer to the other mermaid princesses. On a side note she seems to love eating human food, especially okonomiyaki as shown in episode 35 and Pure episode Sign In Don't have an account?
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