Google AI produces a melody that rivals the Casio keyboard concerts of our youth
It’s 1989. You’re upstairs in your room, fresh batteries in your Casio SA-1, prepping for your concert. The built-in beats are hot. You’ve been listening to the “Wake me up before you go-go” demo song and you think you’ve been inspired. You select instrument number 02, “HONKY-TONK PIANO.” It’s time to tickle the plastic ivories and burn… Read More
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To many, he’s a tallish, unfit man who isn’t funny. From a failed and short-lived career as a stand-up to his failed and short-lived career as a sitcom actor to his failing career as a film writer/director, he disappoints with unparalleled consistency. — Richard Ayoade on himself in Ayoade on Ayoade: A Cinematic Odyssey
The Crosley CR6020A Revolution is nothing like its big brothers because of several things. First of all, it’s very compact, measuring only 10.9 x 3 x 4.1 inchesand weighing only a pound and a half. This and the addition of a carrying handle at the back side of the turntable allows you to take it with you without difficulty. However, such a small size comes with a price because this turntable is not equipped with a built-in speaker like most of other Crosley turntables are
Also, though Kill la Kill doesn’t have character songs sung by the actual VAs, it does have the six vocal songs on the soundtrack that are basically just character songs sung by other vocalists. Kind like what Phil Collins does for the Tarzan soundtrack.
So, even though CASG isn’t Toshihiko Seki, I still can’t help but think of Senketsu every time I hear CASG sing in a Hiroyuki Sawano song after hearing them sing from Senketsu’s perspective in “Till I Die.”
The song here, “mio MARE,” strikes me as feeling especially Senketsu, particularly in this one line:
I know she’s a tough girl, but she has a fragile heart too
Western-style clothes, furniture, sundries and miscellaneous goods…. He is interested in many things, but now when he goes shopping, he buys only music-related gadgets/equipment. I know this only because I’m his roommate, so it’s valuable information.
Recently, SUGA has been taking a huge interest in the Japanese language, I saw him studying it really hard (lit. tackling with all his might). It also feels like the contents and mood of his (Japanese) conversation have gotten more interesting, compared to last time.
The future of DJing, Virtual Reality, and Interactive Learning & Design.
All in one.
This is a new musical instrument. A simple invention that changed the game. All the games.
A simple IMU in a polyhedric, injection molded housing. Motion detecting and bluetooth enabled.
Holding this controller - OTO (which comes from the Japanese “oto-no-katchi”, which roughly translates to “the shape of sound”), you can see the sound waves your are making in color and shape on a computer screen.
In a virtual reality setup, the way you move these controllers could feed into the endless possibilities virtual reality goggles present.
This project is a revolution in the music world. It allows for a new way to learn how to DJ through visuals and motions, making mixing more accessible that traditional DJ booths allow.
A digital musical tool that transcends resonation and vibration, jumping to data and waves that can be represented in any way - light, color, sound - or all three.
Imagine a new kind of performance… Imagine a new experience of music… Imagine a new educational tool… Imagine a new kind of symphony…