Monthly Archives: April 2018

A side-effect of cool music tech!

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Hi!

So. Remember that piece I shared yesterday?

It turns out that a piano teacher teamed up with students to play it… with 14 students.

It’s quite impressive. And just shows one of the fun things with “impossible” music. Once you name it impossible, musicians seem to try to want to prove you wrong! (<- link if the video isn’t loading.)

So, enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5FFYMe-MGE

Advantages of Tech for Music!

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Hi!

So. I kinda really like what technology is enabling us to do with music.

For example, there are some pieces that are really fast, and not exactly possible to play on a piano. and it’s possible to get some neat visual effects with how the music is literally designed. Here’s an example. I think it’s from a game (but I’m not sure), and it’s called “Night of Nights”.

Enjoy!

ITTY BITTY CAKE.

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Hi!

Somebody made an UTTERLY ADORABLE TINY UNICORN CAKE. And made a video of it. And uploaded it to Facebook.

It’s worth watching.

Enjoy!

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More lovely spray-paint art!

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Hi!

So. There are some amazing artists who use spray paint as their primary medium. And one painter has made some fantastic glow-in-the-dark effects! For example, one of his Harry Potter pieces is so cool. (And about 11 minutes into his YouTube tutorial is where you can see the glow-y effect.)

My one disappointment with some of his work (besides the fact that they’re waaaay out of my price-range!) is that I’d love to see more of his backgrounds in natural daylight. For example, I love the background of his Sleeping Beauty piece. But you don’t really get to see it, except for some of the glow effects.

Enjoy!

Next question: “Icebreakers”!

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Hi!

So. I’m sure you’re aware that “icebreakers” a type of question, generally used at the beginning of events.

This leads to a question: What do you think the first icebreaker question was? And why do you think it got the name?

My first bet is that it’s two fishermen who show up to find the lake is frozen over. They’ve been standing for a while, staring, sometimes casting their line, to watch in dismay as it keeps landing on the ice. The silence grows awkward.

Finally, one looks at the other and asks, “Any ideas how to break the ice?”

“Hmm,” says the other. “I bet we could figure this out.”

And as they talk, and get closer to the ice to examine it, the heat of their breath broke through the ice. And they both had made a new friend.

But that’s just my thought.

What do you think the first icebreaker was?

Aluminum Spheres

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Greetings, readers!

I am not sure if you have seen the “aluminum sphere” challenges that have been going around. People have been taking aluminum foil and pounding them into spheres, and they are quite lovely.

Somebody decided to make it fairly scientific, and tested exactly how solid the aluminum spheres are.

Enjoy.