on travel technology …and everything else
This is a cool recording of the string oscillations from inside a guitar. Will try this on Ro’s guitar sometime this week. I wonder if we can record a similar oscillation effect from a piano. There would be a lot more strings involved.
The fifth edition of the Monte Music Festival, where Indian classical music and dance meet with their western forms, will have an extra day this year, a day set aside for semi-classical Portuguese music and its encounter with Indian traditional instruments. “Since they are not traditionally classical, we have a special day for them,” said [...]
This is old news, about 1 month old. But I’m a huge MJ fan so I had to post this. Seventy-three Michael Jackson Thriller fans today broke the Guinness World Record for the most people doing the Thriller dance at the same at Madame Tussauds New York in Times Square. The previous Guinness World Record [...]
This Friday evening was great. I attended the first ever Gospel Concert in Kuwait at Salmiya. The numbers from Sister Act made it very entertaining and so was the amazing Acapella session. There was a projector too with the words so we could all join in. It was a great effort by the youth groups.
I’m all for computers and hi-tech, but this is just weird. Laptops connected to home-made speakers as part of an orchestra!!! Am I missing something? It just doesn’t cut it for me.
Another reason for me to start playing piano again. [Link]
These guys are very very funny and entertaining. I just might start playing the piano again. All I need to do is find a violinist to accompany me and one that remembers to put on his pants . [Link]
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