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Dr. Theodore Belfor on Cranial Facial Development

Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

02:17 min | 14 hrs ago

Dr. Theodore Belfor on Cranial Facial Development

"Very very excited today to have dr theodore belfour on the podcast. I heard about dr bell. Four in james ness doors. New book called breath. And we're gonna be talking about all of that today on the show and dr belfour. He's of new york university college of dentistry and a senior certified instructor for the international association for orthodontics in the nineteen sixties. Dr bell was sent to vietnam to work as the sole brigade dentists for four thousand soldiers of the hundred ninety six light infantry from the jungles of vietnam to park avenue in manhattan upon his return opened his own private dental office in new york city and has been private practice for more than forty years and dr belfour specializes in the treatment of the cranial facial system. And that's what we're gonna be diving into today. So dr bill for welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. It's my pleasure excellent. So what are we. Start by talking about how this all began and go back to. You know what happened. That change the cranial bones the cranial structure our skulls that led to this epidemic of of airway issues breathing issues at all of the health issues. That come with that well How we develop. How would grow and develop is based on how we breathe Aloe and we chew so just looking at how we chew. According to the us department of agriculture today in us sixty three percent of diet is processed and refined foods so without the proper stimulation to the body. We are not fully expressing on jeans when not developed in to offer full potential because that particularly when off jaws do not grow forward enough Do you re trues. Those jaws helps to push the tongue backwards into the airway and down to throw sanal. We have compromised sleeping breathing.

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Martinsville Cup Recap

The Final Lap

01:27 min | 20 hrs ago

Martinsville Cup Recap

"The final lap with kerry murphy is is on nascar cup series race recap from martinsville speedway which started on saturday under the lights and ended on sunday under the lights after heavy rains. Let's take a look ten to one. Kyle busch somehow kind of top ten with a mangled number eighteen race car. Then got kevin harvick tyler. Radic number eight. Christopher bell joey. Logano kyle larson william byron number four denny. Hamlin led more than half of the race and ends up third. Ouch and in second chase elliott comes up one spot short of the win. So let's head to victory lane. Our martin tricks. Junior has become the seasons. I race winner with twenty nine. Th career win third career martinsville win third of the last four races at this track and now with three grandfather clock trophies in his house. I'm not sure how he's going to get any sleep with that. Other stories on the day ryan blaney won. Both of stages led a ton of laps in this race. Only to get busted for leaving the pillbox equipment. The air hose and the gun. You're not supposed to bring that with you late in the race while running up front about forty three laps to go and a massive talladega like wreck bush. Chris butcher banged fenders took out the likes of kurt. Busch brad keselowski kyle busch cole. Custer alex bowman daniels wars and many others on lap. Three eighty six up next to the cup. Series is yet another short-track richmond. Raceway sunday three pm eastern on fox and martin tricks junior has won two of the last three at this track. Nineteen car again

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Warriors rookie James Wiseman to undergo MRI on knee after leaving game vs. Rockets

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

00:17 sec | 2 d ago

Warriors rookie James Wiseman to undergo MRI on knee after leaving game vs. Rockets

"The warriors dig a two by four to the rockets one. Twenty five to one zero nine steph curry scoring twenty three of his thirty eight points in the third quarter and espn is reporting that warriors. Big man james wiseman is do an mri on his right knee after landing on it in this game

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Biden's gun control executive orders could cause surge in gun ownership

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 2 d ago

Biden's gun control executive orders could cause surge in gun ownership

"There be a rush on guns? That's the question after President Biden announced a half dozen executive actions to combat what he calls an epidemic and an international embarrassment of gun violence in America at George Guns that Hood River owner Erica Bell says she seen some business. In response to the president's announcement of executive actions to combat gun violence, including action on Ghost guns, which are also called 80% Guns. I've had a couple people come in, and that was the 80% people that we're looking for those, but it was just more so afraid of what's gonna happen and be available and they want them before. They're not available. One patron telling me that think Biden's one of the best gun sales whenever he says this cell phone is starting to go off about the issue. I've already had. People in my family column is asking questions about what this Biden order is going to do. And if we should go get eight percenters before their outlaw Blake Allen for CBS News Hood River Organ.

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Women Suing Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson Must Reveal Their Names

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

Women Suing Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson Must Reveal Their Names

"Shawn watson situation continues to take another turn here earlier today. It was announced that the judges have ruled that the women who have accused the shawn watson of the sexual assault in the civil trial they are actually trying to get. They must disclose their names. Their identities must be revealed on top of that rusty hardin to watson's lawyer acknowledged that there were sexual encounters with some of these masseuses. But that was all consensual. In regards to deshaun watson and the women

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Do Green Bay Packers need to recommit to Aaron Rodgers?

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

01:27 min | 3 d ago

Do Green Bay Packers need to recommit to Aaron Rodgers?

"Now. Some people are speculating. Maybe about this year but aaron rodgers is just being stubborn and he wants to make some more money and you might say well. Wait a minute. Rj hasn't tom brady tatis all than taking less money. Helps you win. yeah. I think so. But there's another way for the packers to gain spending power. No tom brady. Didn't care about. Robert kraft keeping the money instead of him. Not at all when he cared about was the salary cap. There's a finite amount of money you can spend and yeah you can kick the can down the road the saints showing you that but it eventually comes. Do look at big band this year and what he was due and thus the salary cap is the constraining variable. It's the thing that constrains the limiting factor. So aaron rodgers could have and the packers could have renegotiate his contract and then made it where the money that went against the cap this year got deferred some of it. But you don't get to do that for free. What happens is it takes a further commitment down the road. So you can pay aaron rodgers for two more years or three more years and if you do three you can pay them less this year at least salary cap wise. So what's the tradeoff. Want more commitment better now.

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President Biden releases an initial budget blueprint

Marketplace Minute

00:15 sec | 3 d ago

President Biden releases an initial budget blueprint

"Outline invest more than thirty six billion dollars in high poverty schools and spend billions more on public housing disease research and environmental protection. The white house is expected to release a full budget proposal later. This spring amazon workers at a

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Oliver Lee: Young autistic bell ringer and historian

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

01:51 min | 5 d ago

Oliver Lee: Young autistic bell ringer and historian

"My guest. Today is oliver. Lee is twenty years old. He has autism which is a neurological condition that means he processes information differently. It also means he has difficulty with change and things that are unfamiliar to him. He's had some problems forming friendships with his peer group and this could lead to social isolation in twenty ten. He began bell ringing. It's the best thing to happen to him. He has made lots of positive contacts with people and is now well established member of the essex ringing group like many others. He has struggled during lockdown and the absence of ringing bell ring is going through that my first question to you oliver is. What made you take bell ringing in the first place. What always had an interest in churches stems from that because something i've always been fascinated with and think it's not background rid. The the comes from those tend to at my at price church and nice days never had to recommend arenas so i learned to opponent which is pretty averaged six just a couple of miles from and what is it. You like about bowing before. Start spitzer very interesting because some of sponsor there's a lot of interesting background to is. I think going specialists say what is it that you found interesting. Spiracy amount of history. The restaurants are towers the ring during the nineteen twenties. Recall pills civil law surprise nature stuff. And it's just interesting legacy feeding that y'all carrying that on is royal. Yes what's yo what's been your biggest challenge. Ringing wise screams audible devils trickier aspects. And how did you learn to overcome. There's the person both ways different towns because palm slightly higher than the difficult. So i've been trying to is trying to lend beaumont under backwards. Packwood singular one thing and you use the skills for another things. I've been trying to

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Menopause Myths Debunked

Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

01:55 min | 5 d ago

Menopause Myths Debunked

"Average age of menopause in the United States is a 51 the average age of entering perimenopause in the United States is 57, but that's just the average there's a bell curve to everything. I have plenty of patients in their mid-to-late fifties who are still having regular periods and on the authors. Decided that bell curve. I have plenty of women in their early forties or even their late thirties who are experiencing perimenopause into menopause or the menopause transition. However, you want to do it and then there's an entirely separate diagnosis of women who have premature menopause which is menopause before age forty and early menopause, which is menopause between ages of forty five forty-five. So really you can be admitted pause at any age any age the youngest patient I had back in Ohio was seven fifteen and the oldest patient I have is about 57. So I mean what a huge and range and there is no way to know if you are going to be the average person. There's no good. Crystal ball. There's no way your family history can totally predicted. There's no genetics that we know. There's no Precision medicine that we know so we do not know when each and every one of us is going to go into menopause because job A perimenopause is its own Beast that people don't think about for many many women. They start to experience menopausal symptoms in late perimenopause. In fact, they did a wonderful YouTube video on this so Health by Heather Hirsch is my YouTube channel. I definitely recommend checking that out and I just did a video on how to tell if you're in early versus late perimenopause, but symptoms of menopause can definitely start before the textbook definition of menopause, which is one year of no menstrual. So you can never be too young to have any

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Underrated Baylor Wins NCAA Title

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

01:06 min | 6 d ago

Underrated Baylor Wins NCAA Title

"We're talking gonzaga. The aftermath we talked about baylor and baylor being underrated. Quite frankly if you look at baylor and take out the games after their covert pause and he's are games that were played from february twenty four to march eighteenth they were two and six against the spread and the other games eighteen and four baylor against the spread. In fact you dug into those games. It's even more impressive. Eighteen and four against spread and also in those twenty two games yet. Twenty two straight up in those game. I think that means zero percent losses. Right yes and not even not one game that they had any reasonable chance to lose. What every one of the games by eight points or more. These include winds not just in the ncaa tournament but they beat illinois. Whose when you keep saying they baylor maybe mentioned the team in k. or beat illinois early in the year by eight or more they mean day. Yes okay go ahead. They bears and so just alter impressive to win every single game. Baylor by eight plus points

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Treasury Department calls for global minimum corporate tax rate

Marketplace Minute

00:17 sec | Last week

Treasury Department calls for global minimum corporate tax rate

"Treasury secretary. Janet yellen is calling for a global minimum tax rate for corporations that she said would prevent what she called the race to the bottom where countries cut their tax rates to learn businesses. Yellen said the. Us is discussing the plan with g twenty nations.

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Head of the Class Is Getting Rebooted

Direct from Hollywood

00:31 sec | Last week

Head of the Class Is Getting Rebooted

"On the hills of saved by the bell. Rebe another vintage sitcom set the comeback head of the class nineteen eighty-six sitcom being reimagined issue. Max though it will stay true to its roots somewhat being filmed in front of a live studio audience. The teacher at the center of the story originally played by howard. Hessman will now be played by a woman. Isabella gomez a show centered on a gifted and talented class. Whose teacher thinks students should focus more on life and graves creative team manning. The new version is the same ted lasso and scrubs before late this year or early next year

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Final Four Weekend: How Did UCLA Make It In?

ESPN Daily

01:57 min | Last week

Final Four Weekend: How Did UCLA Make It In?

"Make you are is. You are ears on the ground for this final four and it is a special one tomorrow night. Because baylor's taking on houston and then undefeated gonzaga is playing this unlikely cinderella. Ucla and i feel the need to start with ucla. Myron because i don't think anyone outside of bill walton saw any of this coming. I don't think anybody's saw them knocking off. A one seed in michigan bell. Takes the basketball dickinson looking choirs. An adviser turns players at three for the good off. The back of the ramp and ucla has water from i. Four to the final four for the nineteen taught school history the first since two thousand eight. The bruins aren't going off final four. Ucla's own players are using words like surreal unreal. When they're asked to describe what this ride to the final four has been like. So how did ucla pull all of this out of the anyone knows and it's funny because a lot of people are saying. Hey you should have believed in the pac twelve. But i demanded all pac twelve fans. Show me they're brackets so we can see if they even believed in the past well. Ucla came out of nowhere and just to beat a team like michigan. That was legitimately a great team. That people thought might be able to some trouble and here. They are just winning game after game. I mean if you want to sum up the chaos of the entire twenty twenty twenty twenty one season. It's ucla in the final four right now after. Not even being the best team in the pack twelve so they make it from the first four to the final four. The second team since vcu to do that. When i saw them beat michigan. Myron in the way that you describe. Johnny giuseppe my half vietnamese king. That dude fifty. Five percent of the points twenty eight like is that just how this team goes now or was that a one

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A conversation on content and language

Brighter Thinking Pod

02:18 min | Last week

A conversation on content and language

"We want to start this episode by getting to know our guests a little more. I have quite an interesting question here. That i've asked allie and d to think about so the question is how did you become interested in supporting subject teachers with english. Language needs of the students. How does this relate to your current work alley. Would you like to start. Yes so longtime gay back in two thousand and three. I became a substitute as lots of efl and temple teachers become and that was when i really became passionate about teaching teachers realize impact. You can have if you are training and developing teachers. And then if he is later. I was the head of a language school for the bell educational trust. That was down in kent in a place who bej bring a huge forest and in this forest. I was out of the language school on the same site. There was an international school. And so i also live manage the english teachers there and their role was quite different as it to. We didn't realize that to start with everyone was doing the same thing. And then through observations of subject teachers and the english teachers in the international school. I and the team realized that what was students at the international school needed was quite different. From what the students language score needed and so together we researching to kill some research into what those students who needed to help them. In their subject lessons the english language teachers really canes help to help skill the subject teachers however one thing that really fascinated me and something love encountered in most of the schools i worked actually was was a resistance to this change and whether it comes from people being concerned they don't know grammar enough confident enough in language themselves but it was something that really touched me and because i really feel so much to be learned from both sides and english language teachers and from subject teachers and yet there wasn't this cross pollination going on so after that i did my key ta i realized quite quickly seemed to be happening. Was that if you if you're not a qualified teacher. Actually teachers can be quite resistant to listen to a open. Maybe to hearing what you have to

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Biden unveils infrastructure proposal

Marketplace Minute

00:14 sec | Last week

Biden unveils infrastructure proposal

"And biden is unveiling a two trillion dollar infrastructure plan. Its goals include improving transportation upgrading ports and cleaning up drinking water. The administration wants to raise corporate tax rates to pay for the plan.

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Nicolas Flamel and the Philosopher's Stone

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

02:08 min | Last week

Nicolas Flamel and the Philosopher's Stone

"If you're a harry potter fan the name nicholas fla mel is probably bringing some bells for you. Nicholas and his wife. Paranoia are mentioned in jk rollings. I harry potter and the philosopher's stone. They're both over six hundred years old. Because in the novel nicholas has discovered a magical artifact that makes him immortal in the united states. this object is known as the sorcerer's stone but for simplicity. I'm gonna stick to the british term philosopher's stone now supposedly this stone is incredibly powerful legends about it have been around for about two thousand years. They say it has the power to turn any metal into gold. And it's connected to this beverage called the of life which keeps you alive forever. It's not super clear of the philosopher's stone makes the elixir. Or if it actually is the elixir or if the recipe for the stone is close enough to the elixir. That if you can make one you can make the other either way. The central idea is consistent. If you discover the philosopher's stone you can become immortal. Ancient accounts describe the stone. Bright red and it wasn't really a stone at all. it was actually more like a powder or a fluid something you'd add to a bubbling vile to create anything. You want and i do mean anything. See alchemists just trying to get rich and achieve immortality. They were trying to unlock the fundamental secrets of the universe. Like why lead is led and knock gold or why me and not someone else and the idea was that with a for stone you could transform anything or anyone into whatever you want it. And it's not like there's just one stone because according to out chemical tradition you can actually make a philosopher's stone so researchers weren't necessarily trying to locate one. They were trying to create it. Supposedly the closest anyone ever got was this guy named nicholas flannel.

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"bell" Discussed on Ear Hustle

Ear Hustle

05:56 min | 3 months ago

"bell" Discussed on Ear Hustle

"Was handed. Are you know still this. Is juan carlos mesa listeners. My remember him from our. Ceo's episode he was the guy with the captain crunch hat. Carlos is out now but he was still at san quentin when cove broke out in the spring. Right at the end. May that's when prison officials fucked up and bust a bunch of incarcerated men from prison chino to say a quin. Some of those guys had covid and soon people at saint quentin were getting sick. Carlos says pretty much. The first thing that happened inside was the ceo's key the door which means they went door to door locking people in so nobody was leaving their cells. I still got up in the morning. I wake up at four in the morning period and go about about just trying to figure out ways to occupy my time writing letters findings cook just little things and i know he said this before. But if you haven't spent time in prison you really need to visualize just how small this space is carlo suspending. His day in. Yeah as san quinn. There's really only enough floorspace for one person at a time. So if you're sally standing up you got to be on your bunk. I have to lie down. Because i can't sit up straight on my bunk because i hit my head on the ceiling. So it's it's for me. It was really like lying around And trying to just make the day. Go by without worrying too much about. If i'm gonna get out of that seller not from the beginning people inside were feeling unprepared. They didn't think prison staff was supplied enough mass or cleaning supplies and just like out here. Nobody knew exactly what the protocol should be so guys were doing what they always do. Improvising man there was one guy man. Yeah the face masks had on gloves. He found a paper suit in the garbage that he put on and walk the terrain that it was the best like manual going overboard on. Like i love you for that. My favorite was the old man. So i had oh man these to live down the way. He's about five hundred years old and he wrapped his whole head in the towel. Had on like these. These gloves like mickey mouse gloves. Right and he'd have code on all the way up and he just shuffle everywhere but he had on showers shoes the whole time as he got all his other protection but he got on a shower. Shoes shelford flipflops. I mean karl can joke about it now. But e i remember we talked with guys inside and they are really terrified. Absolutely i mean in prison. All you can do is watch. What's on the news and you try to figure out what's going on. You can feel cut off from information you know so guys. Were getting scared and angry. Did anyone's behavior change or get really iraq. I mean of course people are getting stead rattling the doors. You know yelling fuck you. What is this. There was a sense of panic at one time where we were sitting there and we get a shower. You know. it's time to to start yelling at shower time and we're going to demand it and what would people be yelling Time eight motherfuckers phone time type. Shit or a. Where's my fucking shower. Response. showers being five minutes for like five minutes. I want my fucking shower now. Y'all to of course. Of course. Because if i say a man please have a shower in a respectful voice. I will not be hurt him in prison. At the beginning of june there were two active cases of covid. Two weeks later there were two hundred by the end of june over. Fifteen hundred. Carlo says people were yelling man down all the time there were just so many they were carrying people out like it was a war zone. You know as soon as they would leave they would call them right back. It'd be another older gentlemen going out and there'd be another person going out there'd be person going out new wheelchair there would be person weighed down there with medical staff. I mean it was just not stopped. I think guys in size started to feel like it was inevitable. You know we're like let's out there. We already got it. I'll know why you keep it locked up who were already contaminated. Why can't we go outside. They save shares. The best paid for us. There's no stopping it. You guys brought it in her already. Lettuce lettuces least die. Walk in the yard and pretty soon carlos was sick to. I was trying to go to sleep one night. And i had an amazing pain in my upper back and neck and i couldn't get rid of it. It was like Somebody was pushing on my nerves. And then i caught a fever. It felt like my brain had swelled. And i had this pressure in my head that i could not relax knows like my blood pressure. Went up drastically. And they're laying. they're like oh this is what it feels like the die. Okay actually sat in the looking at like man basically. I'm gonna jain coughing with other people. There's no going.

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"bell" Discussed on Ear Hustle

Ear Hustle

02:10 min | 3 months ago

"bell" Discussed on Ear Hustle

"This is about new york thomas. I'm a lighter. A advocate a director upper due for a podcast and this episode of contained language. That might not be suitable. For all listener's discretion is televised. This is our last episode of the season and airline. It's a big one indeed. We're going to end the season with stories about the covert outbreak in california prisons. Arslan this has really defined the year. San quentin has been on some version of lockdown or modified program since march. So we've produced this last season from the outside. Yeah we still occasionally talk to guys inside on the phone but we're not able to be in there to see the people we really care about and honestly were worried about E- i think in the like ten or eleven years that i've been working with the people inside san quentin. This is the first time the wall between me and them just feels impenetrable a feel you in it's unnerving his like there's this wildfire going on his side and we're just watching it from a distance since march there have been over thirty four thousand confirmed cases of covid in california prisons. A hundred and eleven incarcerated individuals have died and even now as we record this on december twenty first things are getting worse. The search that's happening outside is happening. Inside to across california prisons there have been over nine thousand new cases in the last two weeks and is gotten close to home back door and san quinn's outbreak. My brother got sick and our colleague deal to and we talked to the guys in there. Now they're hearing about lockdowns quarantines modified programs. They don't know what's going on. So i mean shit. They scared today on the show. We're going to tell stories about how the pandemic has affected incarcerated people and their loved ones and stories about what it's like to get out of prison in the middle of a pandemic armor long woods. I'm nigel poor and this is ear hustle from.

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"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

02:36 min | 4 months ago

"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"Into your details and then the useless resent elephant your inbox when it's a mile down every quarter and is there anything else that you'd like to say to our listeners. Ruth oh do read touto can have a look. Whoever you all with your very experiments ringer you might have some learners who would like to read it in his of the stories realize they not alone. You may like to contribute something. I'm always keen to get contributions anybody. And it's it's just something out there that is for everybody to share and hopefully increases out interesting enough of ringing that was re circuit the editor of arts ta talk newsletter. My last guest is matt austin from my sister north american. Podcast treble scaring. I started by asking him to tell me a little bit about chapel scaring so troubles going is podcast that i host. I'm a bell ringer. Ken school in connecticut over in the usa and the the kids challenged me to start up a podcast about bell ringing because at that time either you hadn't started with fun with bells or maybe it was around the month or so before you started with fund with we started conceiving of troubles going now took me about another year or so to actually get it up off the ground. We talk with bell ringers. From around north. America it's conversations about bell. Ringing and bell ringers. So sometimes we talk with someone just about what they're ringing career has been like. Sometimes we talk about a specific topic. Bell hanging or headman for instance. Why did it take you so long before you recorded. Well part of it is that this is a conversation. We had over spring break while driving back from a ringing trip and then so we got into the spring term at our school where a boarding school and so the spring term is remarkably busy with Campus traditions and the kids finishing up their courses for the year so then we got into the summer. And i started looking around into what It might take to create a podcast..

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"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

03:32 min | 4 months ago

"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"And that's the other thing sometimes. Only appears part of video of multiple towers which can get a bit messy. What are you looking forward to. After dan ringing wise and youtube is getting back to ringing. Obviously i have missed it of enjoy. The bright to be honest wallets lasted. But i am missing it very much now. I've certainly missed the social side more than the ringing if anything. But i'm looking forward to getting back to appeals and makuwaza pails because i do quite slow on both fronts but also getting back to ring in women Training young ring is up and seeing them on and and with any luck overtake me and some of them already have. I'm pleased to say. And i'm going to talk to you at some point in the future about your work with young ring is. Is there anything else that you wanted to say simon. So if you're not familiar with youtube go and have a look. Bell ringing returns about thirty six and a half thousand results and changing in is throwing about two and a half thousand results. That's plenty of stuff out there that if you'll tower is on there then why not make a video. I've put an instructional video online. My channel simon bell ringer. I fell at the end of april in time for ringing weld article. time dead. Lots of footage. I've made some very good friends through sites as well and a highly recommended. It's great for promotional. It's great for keeping your ring. As young enough wise involved and in my personal opinion it is the best social media platform four per outing ringing with young ring. It's probably the most accessible and probably the one most people familiar with that was simon edwards. Jake reed is one of those young ringers. Who also has a youtube channel. Take your student yes. I studied film production at canterbury christ church in kansas eight plays into my life course locks. I really do love making videos and creating things and you'll also bell ringer. yes. I've been ringing since november twenty second two thousand twelve so literally seven years eleven months in a couple of days so very long time so now. I want to get onto youtube channel. What sort of things do you publish on this. Mostly bell. Ringing from towels i've visited. There are a few other videos of random things that i've done the occasional video of mine cross single. Maybe a film. I've made mostly is all all bell ringing because the name is ring. Jake and that was the name adopted in early twenty thirteen. And yeah i enjoy it. I enjoy making videos bell-ringing videos and anything to do with delving. Really i try to take either a video audio recording of each tyrod visit so i have a good record and bank of places i've visited so i can listen to them if i need to. And i noticed that you've uploaded three hundred and thirty nine videos in that time. is it really taught. Many no idea say that a lot of places you visited. What are you most memorable ones. Who scott be buckfast abbey an extra federal those two and liverpool as well liverpool exit trough. Stabby yes that lovely but kronstadt biggest my title-favourite tower. Anyway i just think it's an absolutely sublime ring of twelve bells along with the extra belcourt hosanna one hundred fifty hundred whiteboard on bow about seven and a half tonnes.

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"bell" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

06:40 min | 6 months ago

"bell" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"That. What do you think John's well, what about this? The fact that we've seen now if you're looking at the East, you've seen what New England looks like without Cam Newton, and now you're seeing the bills who have been kinda screwed over by the scheduling and what they're having to deal with does make you think about looking at New England to come out of the AFC east based on what we've seen in the past week or so between both teams That's not my feeling. Mine is more if the bills lose against Kansas City and what's the current line nfs four I so Kansas City's favored by four. It to me. Assuming the bills, lose the Kansas game, and why do I think the bills are at a disadvantage there it's just the mathematics of short week. So Kid Kansas City's known their next games against the bills. They weren't sure if it was GONNA be Thursday Sunday. Monday ends up being Monday but they've been on that since they're against since the raiders laws, right? Yes. So that's been there on it now. The bills yeah. You could say some of the time that they split when they could have been ready for Kansas City or Tennessee could still carry forward. But now you're gonNA. Have that next day after the game it's Wednesday. Now we don't see it Tuesday to Monday now you could say well, that's like Monday to Sunday and it's true but it's still a disadvantage on a short week again routine is completely shot no NFL team plays on a Tuesday right So to some degree I think that the problem with or the negative for the bills. Here's a lot less in game two in game one, but it's certainly a negative by a point or two. Would you agree with that? I would agree. So now you've got a really bad game one against Tennessee a bad spot. You got a moderately bad spot in this follow up to see if the booze go into everyone's GonNa say. Same old bills same old bills. And Fads might bring up some Josh Allen Accuracy Statoil in. Cherry it'll make him look bad. So to me, it's a situation where. I'm looking to play on the bills in the week or two after that, and that's what we do. That's what professional batters do is fine mispricing. Why is this team overrated wisest team underrated and that mispricing. Is what creates value and I think the bills will be underrated if they go into during this stretch because some of it will because of the circumstances, the most people are not talking about the I love it, and in fact, one bet I, can think about making if this all transpires and the bills lose bills to win the division potentially bet next week after New England winds and the bills it's should they lose? To great question, what are the odds in the AFC east to speak to Jonas's eight? Is New England offering value perhaps so a week ago. Buffalo was minus two, seventy five. So a little less than three two one. Two, hundred, seventy, five dollars you a hundred. So favored now they're minus two hundred. So the drop from is to seventy five down to two highlander. If they lose again. I mean what one I'm just gas in one forty and it's going to be significantly less than two. It probably won't be even yet I don't think it builds PR-. Probably small favourite. So Jones does numbers which are feeling. I. Mean I would what you guys brought up I would wait and take buffalo because let's think about it. What is change always talk about what's changed since that line came out we'll buffalo New England both lost but the bills went down that much in in the odds like that. That's that's the part. That's that's a little bit puzzling. So the bills. And Patriots both lose but it's buffalo who's being punished on the line moving forward in the division. Well, I think it's driven by you can tell me and again the the Patriots lose and was the week before. Right. But I think you kind of look at Kansas City as a loss and again it's fractional. They're GONNA say what? The pats Lake what maybe point to a quarter when they're maybe. With Cam might have been better, but it would have been better lines for sure. So. To me the simple answer their Jonas is New England was expected to lose at Kansas City. But the fact is the bills were expected to win versus Tennessee. So it was a worse loss do you with that? I would yes we're going to talk about the biggest line moves in the NFL in the last twenty, four hours or so. So what's really changed in the last day or so be sure to catch live editions of straight Outta Vegas Weekdays at six PM Eastern. Three PM. Pacific I'm John Knox Voice of you the fan he's the voice of Vegas Rj Bell. You know the last thing I think to wrap up the whole cova talk and the scheduling Faz what do you think has been the takeaway so far we've been wrong about we questioned Minnesota when they were out of the building how would that affect things they ended up playing really well, the next week In general if I said. Give me a covert over arching tip on how to assess the factor. How big of an impact this is what would you say? I think practice might not be as important as we thought it would be. So we saw teams do very well most recently the Tennessee titans they only had one day of practice and obviously in a really good spot play great game against the bills practice might be overrated and this has nothing to do with I. Mean you're not going to do any imitation of ai right now right now Iverson. GotTa he got it. Okay. I agree and you know what I think it is I think it's because the two thousand eleven. Collective agreement. They don't practice all that much. It's generally walk-throughs. So to me, it's coaching time it's time to install the system. The news stuff for that week is not about practicing it's more about being in a classroom. So kids even if you want to be an NFL player you better learn how to sit in class and take notes.

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"bell" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"bell" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"Eight and eight. So. If you thought it was just random the stats will prevail. then. What why not keep Garrett like fundamentally believe that why'd Statistically Last Season Was Dallas's bashed year probably the century or well bill parsoes thirteen hundred let's just say this in the last ten years. This might be even who knows even I they did go thirteen they went really well with doc his. First Year. I. Thought I know parcells had a greater. So maybe I'm getting into the we one of the best years of the century statistically for the Dallas Cowboys was last year. You agree I do, and that's a year you fire a coach you've been fighting it seems not to fire, but then you say, well, we'll keep the OC. That me light what was going on it which I can see that maybe he liked things generally but just Garrett's getting so much heat. Let's just get some new blood, but now you hire an offensive guy. And then say, you can't you know I don't know what the right answer is. What I know is losses cause stress Dallas is a boiler, a potboiler of stress. I think a team like the Patriots lose a couple they just keep rolling. Trying on to Cincinnati. Dallas loses one or two more of these. Before winning many he could be a real combustible situation and it was a gut wrenching loss last year Dallas one in six and close games. Here's another close game another game that was in their grasp another close loss for Dallas. That's defendthem. Rj Bell were straight out of Vegas be sure to catch live editions of straight Outta Vegas Weekdays at six. PM Eastern Three PM Pacific on Fox sports radio, and the IHEARTRADIO APP hey, everybody today's episode is sponsored by the new Mazda C X thirty. So lately, we've been trying to do our. Part to be cautious and do what we can for public health. So we've been cooped up in the house a lot not a getting out a lot. Robert is there anything you Kinda miss about the about the road trip or going on long drives? Well, I have to say there is something really cool about having a long drive hopefully like driving through the mountains or something in and you get to just really dive into a particular album just really experienced it beginning to end while taking in the scenery also a great time for the children to learn about metal machine music. So when miles gray and I drove the Mazda C X thirty from Palm Desert San Diego I really enjoyed the scenery along the way I feel like the car itself helped a lot that like the interior of the car is crafted with what they call an essential EST approach. So well, it's got a lot of features like in-car Wifi, vehicle status, navigation displays, etc. It really doesn't feel crammed with distracting lights and visual decoy and speaking of features the. Six thirty also has a really good factory soundsystem. They loaded the car up with some high definition sample tracks for us to try like we listen to Daft punk in that sounded great..

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"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

03:12 min | 7 months ago

"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"<Speech_Male> The other bells <Speech_Male> languished in a shed <Speech_Male> in the far corner <Speech_Male> of the churchyard <Speech_Male> until two <Speech_Male> thousand thirteen. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> When it was noticed that <Silence> one had vanished. <Speech_Male> The <Speech_Male> remaining bills were then <Speech_Male> placed for safety <Speech_Male> in the tower <Speech_Male> beside the tunnel. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> To the east of <Speech_Male> the city at Saint <Speech_Male> John, of Jerusalem, <Speech_Male> South Hackney <Speech_Male> renovate with <Speech_Male> one thousand, nine, hundred weight. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> The odds <Speech_Male> from the clock to it <Speech_Male> three faces across <Speech_Male> the center of the ringing <Speech_Male> chamber. <Speech_Male> Despite <Speech_Male> the fact that the rods are <Speech_Male> only one inch in diameter, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> they're boxed in by <Speech_Male> a large t shaped <Speech_Male> wooden structure <Speech_Male> about a foot wide and <Speech_Male> a foot high. <Speech_Male> which you have to climb <Speech_Male> over to reach six <Speech_Male> eight bell ropes <Speech_Male> but it's handy <Speech_Male> seat when you're sitting <Speech_Male> out during a practice. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Finally, <Speech_Male> there's the old church <Speech_Male> of Mary Stack <Speech_Male> Newington. <Speech_Male> Whether the <Speech_Male> ring of six bells, <Speech_Male> not only they <Speech_Male> run from a second floor <Speech_Male> gallery but <Speech_Male> the ropes arguably <Speech_Male> in a straight <Speech_Male> line <Speech_Male> and they fall in the <Speech_Male> order one, <Speech_Male> two, six, <Speech_Male> five, <Speech_Male> four, <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> three. <Speech_Female> Finally <Speech_Female> Helen Nichols tells <Speech_Female> us about an old <Speech_Female> church with remarkable <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> history <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> where the bell ropes <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> aunt <SpeakerChange> really <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> placed <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> some Michael and all <Speech_Female> Angels Scale <Speech_Female> Doncaster South Yorkshire <Speech_Female> Little <Speech_Female> Church standing <Speech_Female> in peaceful surroundings. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> It is not sure <Speech_Female> when the church was <Speech_Female> built for the village <Speech_Female> itself is mentioned <Speech_Female> in the Domesday <Speech_Female> Book Eighty. <Speech_Female> Six. <Speech_Female> In thirteen <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> thirty eight, there was <Speech_Female> a record of an ordination <Speech_Female> in the chapel <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> of Saint John Evangelist. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> The parish includes <Speech_Female> part of the ancient <Speech_Female> forest of bonds <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Dale <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> the 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"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"I was lucky enough to have a lesson there in the Nineteen Ninety S. Once the bally's unlocked, it may be leave it to the balance with one hand on the lip of the bell and the other braced on the frame. The Bells are then pushed over the balancing turn to ring rounds. As the bell swings into its pit on the head stock rises the ring at uses the hand that was on the frame to push the head stuck down to maintain momentum. A I is quite unnerving to realize that as you're pushing down on the head stock to bring the full circle, the self is rising high above you. It's also vital to grasp the moving head stock well away from the edge, or there's a risk to your thumb as the head start passes the frame where there's only a very small gap. Each ringer then turns to repeat the action with the other arm had stock as the bell swings the other way. Possibly, the hardest thing is to move your body to the same rhythm as the bell so that Hans an arms are not in the wrong place at the wrong time. To set the bill, the ring applies a bit of extra forced to the headstone and virtually catches the bell as it swings to the balance before resting in its set position. Because of the way, the bells rung and the fact that the rings where defenders because of the noise method ringing really isn't practical. It is possible to wrinkle changes or to hunt the trouble through the other full bells twice to add a bit of variation and returned to rounds. All of this of course is highly skilled and potentially dangerous, and there have inevitably been the odd or to in the past. But with proper tuition can skill the East Burger. Bells continue to ring out regularly. Thanks to a dedicated band of local ringers. Plenty of clips on Youtube of the bells being rung. If you want to see how it's done, we will include a link to one of these youtube videos as well as to photos relating to some of the other.

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"bell" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

03:07 min | 8 months ago

"bell" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"It's all about <Speech_Male> the offensive line <Speech_Male> for the jets five <Speech_Male> new projected <Speech_Male> starters. Now, <Speech_Male> this might actually be an upgrade <Speech_Male> for the jets. <Speech_Male> Oh Line. <Speech_Male> However, I <Speech_Male> am very concerned about <Speech_Male> how they're going to Mesh <Speech_Male> with Levy on bell <Speech_Male> who runs with a unique <Speech_Male> running style <Speech_Male> where he often hesitates <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> then evaluates <Speech_Male> the blocking scheme <Speech_Male> of his <Speech_Male> Oh line and then makes <Speech_Male> his cut <Speech_Male> not being familiar <Speech_Male> with the line and how <Speech_Male> they set their block is <Speech_Male> going to be a big. Disadvantage <Speech_Male> to Levian. <Speech_Male> I expect bell <Speech_Male> will struggle early <Speech_Male> in the year with <Speech_Male> these changes to the <Speech_Male> old line bell <Speech_Male> under eight hundred, <Speech_Male> seventy, five <SpeakerChange> rush yards. <Speech_Male> Best Bet <Speech_Male> I'd be much <Speech_Male> less than a seventy five <Speech_Male> but Levian bow <Speech_Male> under <Speech_Male> very <Speech_Male> sophisticated point from <Speech_Male> Steve fezzet pregame.com, <Speech_Male> which <Speech_Male> is Levian <Speech_Male> has a unique running <Speech_Male> style. You might <Speech_Male> have upgraded that line <Speech_Male> it's GonNa, <Speech_Male> take awhile that transition <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> especially in a covert <Speech_Male> era. 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"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

03:05 min | 9 months ago

"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"By downstream yeah. Okay hot from Tasr that you regularly ring. What are your favorite ring? A bell some why? I think probably. Go Too many favorites to single one out. Needless to say, there is something about some polls. Then the loudest biggest progressive instrument can think of. Of. The Humpback Whale! They're super grand grand sound. We've had the privilege of bringing them. Twelve months ago. Eighteen months ago and having those bells back in the foundry rating seventy six. Britain back in the foundry for Washington brush up. On new. Fittings and What have you. Lived got immense interest in. You can have full thousand people cheering away outside supposed they drew. A big big event. When the bells ring, you can still hear the Reverend's talk out. There's not many places happens. The big powerful donned. Sound like pools. So that has to be. Special. If you're talking about reading, Wonderful Chewed, bells will close ties responsible than you can shake a stick at. Your parents to have to be the big heavy brings. They are absolutely stunning this. Unfortunate tutoring toast where the lights at twelve that outstanding. What are the big eight bills came from top madden and were. Probably. The third comically chewed ring. And the full travels added to them basically in handsome and super super sound the delighted twelve, so let's to favorites three favorites, but then of course in go down the ten Bell Towers. There's some stunning sounds like a very beverly. While, Mended. Lease the popular, but there's other release excellent. Sims some fabulous sexes. Too Difficult. The LOTS OF FAVORITES Your favorites because of the sound. They make yes. Yes, yes, my loss question is what remarkable thing happen to. You wouldn't have happened if you hadn't taken ringing. Her life Well I've been very fortunate to bittel Organiz. Several disease tours. The overseas bell ringing Bid a couple to Australia, but then bicentennial year which you'll have to remind about ATA. Wasn't it as something that?.

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"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

03:55 min | 9 months ago

"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"John went to note seven to do some what down there for a while, but then they got this job. Enough Bre and they both move to look to tackles lane. In the central opera on set up a foundry. Clearly did quite well and by eighteen fifty nine. They had purchased some apple. Jude's than some lands. On the south. East corner of. Bre and they built. This Lodge Victorian Bell, foundry. Now. They claimed at the time and it's probably true for start it was. The only purpose built bell foundry in the world. Most. Other bell foundries of being. Factory units works that have been adapted. Probably not fantasy right now because there's a couple of others built now, but it was claimed at the time. And it was also claimed and probably stood in square footage the largest. Severely in nineteen fifty nine. And lead invested heavily in this building, and that's basically what we have today we still have. A. Victorian factory, if unite fulfilling its original purpose. which makes it quite rare. It's great to stop. Stop what's inside? It is listed as well. and. Considerable significance historically. And can you describe what there is there enough bre? Well this to. Either side of a public thoroughfare, street. That's works and the administrative offices and the tuning. That's where will the engineering is done then across the road is costing hole. WHERE THE PHARMACIES And where the bells cost and the cost on work is done, the head stokes. They frame sides and also a bit. Who pays his handbills everything? You think everything's cost is caused. I've. gloriously dirty foundry as foundries all. Signed. The grind of generations everywhere, but let's whereas all. and. Is it still done the same way? It was originally well? Yes, it is in the past. The foundry has tried Mutek some the considerable of those around the lost wax process to laugh. But the traditional way is what Lewd costing which is done with sand modern. What have you build a coal? You build it out to case which you inscription on on what how you put the two together. You GotTa hold in the Middle, and you pull Melinda. So is the traditional method. Is a few interesting things about. Suffered with American music professes have said that they think there is a difference in the tone qualities. Of lukasz Bells Lhasa Bells, and they have advised strongly against. Thinking that's button is best and going for las ways. So. Watch up we used to is. Costing method and we do. We also do sand castings and cheaper. For smaller bells. But we have. Stop to the traditional process. Because, he's such a huge legacy and such a history of quality. Talking about the history. What sorts of bells in Kosta? Well Nearly, two hundred and fifty. Bells. Tons of being caused of..

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"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

02:55 min | 9 months ago

"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"So they were in nineteen, fifty nine. And that invested heavily this building and that's basically what we have today we still have. Of Victorian factory, if unite fulfilling its original purpose. Which makes it quite rare? Hi Welcome to the fun with bells podcast where I cafe booth, interview novices, and some of the most famous ringers in the world, as they reveal the mysteries of this heard, but often hidden off. My guest today is under will be who is the chairman of the Board of John Taylor Colin to the love rebel foundry, Andrews also pass muster of the ancients decide to colleges and has been ringing since he was a teenager. What I'd like to Andrew about is the history of the bell. Foundry won't stunned the the process to cost bell famous in heavy bells and Caribbean Serbian caused that about the ringing. That's happened there because there. They've been some interesting appeals and about the restoration project. Say Hello Andrew Hello Kathy. So festival against start with history of the foundry. Can you tell me a little bit the Bachelorette? The current building. was erected in eighteen, fifty nine by the first John Taylor. Hate moved with his family to love Bro in eighteen, thirty six. When they got the order to recast the bells of the parish church. Sort of history in those days well put it this way. Bell metal was very valuable that he didn't necessarily like to see some vagabond bell found he'd never seen before takeoff bell love to Oxford where he was costing time, so he was told. Yes, he can recall the, but he has to enough, Brooke. So they moved up now, that wasn't uncommon of the time. The business itself goes back will earliest record. We have his full team fifty. When a guy cooled Yohannan to Stafford was mayor of Leicester and. Founder and that's the earliest record we know. What was the Lester? Bell foundry. It pasta a number of hands down the road to kettering some stage, and then to submits. Where now these businesses didn't always stay in the same family they pose from. Tucson, sometimes, and then often to full moon. And one rubbish Taylor was Poelman, innocent ness and in inherited the business. He had sons John, William.

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"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

13:47 min | 1 year ago

"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"Oh I think I've enjoyed this. The beauty of moving these Gino spells huge pieces of metal that are steeped in history and tradition and making the making noise. I think it's an incredible honor to be allowed to be let loose on these instruments. Just the mental side of things as well and you know I've I've also take. Mindfulness is one very good skill. That you can use bell ringing. Take your whole concentration so yes. It's very good for the not only physically but mentally as well. Hi Welcome to the fun with bells. Podcast where I cafe booth interview novices. And some of the most famous ringers in the world as they reveal the mysteries of this heard but often hidden on the first of my guest. Today is Linda Huggy who started ringing in February. Two Thousand Seventeen Linda. What made you think of taking it boring. I didn't think of it really until I read our local magazine and the towel cops in whose gentleman I knew but didn't know that he on the end of a rope occasionally and he was advertising for marinas. Sadly I hadn't fisted our battles with silent over the Christmas and that was because it wasn't so he was pushing an address in the local magazine. And eventually I answered it and here I am. What did you thought about bell ringing before you took it up. How do you ever given any thought? I didn't give the actual ringing any whatsoever but I have always loved listening to the balance as a small child going to sleep listening to the the footsteps going Outside my grandma's house the bells calling the footsteps leading with some sleet to honestly. What was your first experience? You saw the advert and then and then. What was the next thing that happened? I contacted our child captain. We knew each other. We both walk dogs and he said that they didn't have regular practices. Exert Matt Sny local church but we all winter long Shopping then athletes a few miles away. And they have a ground set at six bells anti-clockwise six pounds and there. I joined seven or eight people of all different standards and I went there once a week and had a row trust in my hand. I enjoyed eight. I was a long way out of my comfort zone. I didn't have much standing OBITA toll. They did their best with me. They were kind. They gave me nothing loss of China. Because there wasn't GonNa Time. We had an hour and a half practice once a week So there was to learn as in front of me and then be and I was given perhaps about to lots of ten minutes which was enough to wet my appetite and and also in may be appreciated. I needed an awful lot ball. So what happened next then? Sappington where was going. They have silver breaks unless Soon as people to do regular ringing so the Italian Cup today calls break somewhere and I felt so frustrated that there was nothing left for me here I was with a very true dampened appetite. Nothing to do so. I scoured the Internet for somebody to teach me to ring bells. Not Knowing what resources are out there and I found the learning loops which is provided by the Association of ringing teaches and they had a simulator at the church not too far away so I contacted the towel. Cotton there who I think was a little taken aback by my request out glue. Please teach me how. During Bell's it sounds so simple and later on that month. I got a call from him to say he'd also how to request about ten of the ladies who were having new Belgian strong back in that village. But without any ringers. So I was adopted and I've been going to Tomasz Russ weather is simulator once a week so a lot of ladies and lots of ladies. Yes initially they were ten and they are also. They're they're a lot younger than me. And also they have families and dogs and they're scoring boats it raising money to get these panels full circle. How many people did you have teaching? Not many new rings. How did that seem to be a whole team? Abc's wonderfully encouraging people. Initially we made our introductions and there was just a two but three and four and five and six all qualified teachers have been Korean going and doing their sleuth outs. Jearl sorts of reasons have lots of commitments. So there's no quite Is now the ones that are left with quite dedicated? We quite determined that doggedly determined. Very good can you describe the art course for those. That don't know what it was a whole new experience to me. I didn't realize that note into ring. A Bell could structured and I was getting into books and it joining the girl guides. It was quite exciting and we were given a password an entrance into lots of online and help and resources. We have an online facebook page that we also have joined and nat his full. The learn is only closed page so we can ask a lot of very city questions in usually gets very But the learning the ropes game. You should very stupid safe so progression. You feel very supported. You've got lots of different resources. Booklets the people that are teaching you to ring seem to know how to teach as well as ring bells challenged with with me. I think I'm probably one of the older. And they are very kind very tape and there is a loss of health outlet the tickly with having Sydney nature. You can be left to your own devices. Play and learn the hard way which sometimes is a good thing to do. Can you describe the simulator generally means that the rest of the bids is to Noy by our colleagues? The Bells are closed at Man not outside the tower and the noise we hear in the tower in a simulated noise is a. Tux comes from the computer. We also have a Webcam on the bills. So if you've got time you could look at the camera and seeing what the bill that you're reading is doing or not and it means that we can do what we like and make noises relied renouncing owing anybody outside. They are beautiful belt solution to but not always way ringing. What have you found the hardest learning to ring? Oh the hottest is remembering. It's I think it's an aging thing and was client shock. I retired six years ago and always being physically active and enjoyed doing things and enjoy the challenge that being told subside and actually understanding it is fine that remembering it the next time the knee along is very very hard somehow recalling it at the right moment even though I know he exists the instruction somebody will will sound. Instincts are not yet your and you know it's going to be you shouting it too. And then he what they say. And then you says when me. Oh it's a bit like being in a headlight and I don't know why but it certainly never used to happen in my younger days. So I'm assuming it's an agency it's very frustrating. Not only for me. I'm sure the people frustrating as well but to kind to say show. Well what sort of things do they shout at you? What I don't hear how well they have to shout to be heard shocking aggression at all often too slow or I'm clanging alday shouting instructions as to where I should be and sometimes I do know that. Obviously it's not being transferred to where I am in in the bell secrets knowing where I should be and then also knowing where I am too thanks so most of it is helpful instructions shouting which is very kind of been very much appreciated. You know everybody has been so so helpful. They are an amazing band of people in such patients. What have you rung so far? I got my certificate my second grade but I am learning to ring plane. Hunts which I can ring a shopping tower we I was taught to ring following the numbers which act now appreciating the need to know the place you're in. I'm struggling with that. I'm struggling to know my place. I have to cover ringing the tenor. Which is lovely feeling? But I wouldn't say I was very good at it very regular attic very steady i. I could certainly ring rounds. I know what the code changes are but I do is under the master. There is distinct. Got a tweet by bringing transmitting Moham- supposed to do to my hands actually doing it. Generally I do what I should have done so I would still say I'm very much a novice but a willing not miss. What have you enjoyed most about ringing? Oh I think I've enjoyed just the beauty of moving. These Jain Nola spells these huge pieces of metal that are steeped in history and tradition and mateen the making noise. I do think it's an incredible honor to be allowed to be let loose on these instruments and and I think it's it's enjoying. I'm enjoying giving something to the community. We were shot of Bell ringers. I would say I was a valuable member of the team yet. Bbut it's only got so we've now got two new ballerinas so we are going to keep our bells heard which I think is so important so yes. I've enjoyed following in the footsteps of the Great. The but have gone before somebody. Who's listening to this? Who hasn't even thought taking it boring until they listen to this. Podcast what would you say to them? Oh give go. It's addictive exercise. It gets you out gets you into dark corners of buildings that you never knew existed to meeting the most amazing band of people kind thoughtful so experienced. It's lovely listening to their stories anecdotes and learning from them. A lot of people go on ringing trips. It's very social activity or it doesn't have to be pretty it certainly teamwork and it's very very addictive. You've got to learn how to do the next thing. All you've got learn how to do it properly before you can move onto the next thing and I enjoyed that you mentioned ringing trips. What are those? Yes the Calcutta Massless is tireless in his work and organizes a monthly trips with at least three and a and they to around ringing bells. They've never had towns to ring before Some of them are in very strange circumstances. We got into two weeks with battles which would have called Doi Abboud but he was a challenge. It seems to be that. The ring is experienced. Ringers are very supportive of each of the towers so you do find our special occasions. The Carload going around wringing it all the services for the occasions.

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"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"Do you have any stories of the particular towers that you visited? Will every tower tells the story? I suppose into so many now. It's hard to pick out individual stories. But what I love about dubious is and you can see in the Belfry and see all these little pieces of history that no one ever gets to see like the different frame a bell installations and things like appealable hidden up in old ringing chambers and an old old equipment lurking about bits will head stock and things laying about finding oil interesting. Is there anything else that you think? We should have covered that. I haven't osteopaths suppose what we could have done is included. Some of these sounds to come to a company that we've just spoke about. Yes that would be good. Especially that specifically mentioned that's Michael's in Norwich Wealth Caused Laney which is part of norge. You'll be able to listen to brief recordings of ringing from Qasr. Laney and two of contrasting tires at the end of this interview after Christmas answered the final. Two questions though. Yes the big questions. Yes apart from the towers that you regularly ring at which your favorite ring of bells on why that is a tricky on a very interesting question towers regularly ring at a whole variety variety of towers. But this one I ring at occasionally and I do like this sound. But they've I'd do go there sometimes. And that's Chroma on the North Norfolk coast. Used to be six there now eight. But it's just something about tuning the I really like and the in the Bell Chamber is very large and so they have a nice ringing echo. I quite like that and they go nicely as well and the final question is what remarkable things have happened to you. That wouldn't have happened if you hadn't taken at bell ringing. Well I think we've just about covered one of those. I mean this this recording project when I set out to do this are didn't think that I would end up doing like this. I'm going up in all these belfries and things. I thought that was. That was something I would never be able to do. But because of the part of the bell ringing fraternity it's giving me the opportunity to expand and and take this product on earth. And what have you got from that? A very large collection of recordings. How'd you manage them all of course like yourself with this podcast? There is quite editing involved. It's it's a very dedicated task. But one I can do with my experience narrowing filmmaking and sound recording sanity. It's something I can do and I enjoy it now again to listen to some of the able simulator output from some of the recordings of the Norwich that Chris has recorded firstly. The Norwich Caused Laney said Michael's bells the thirty bells.

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"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

14:00 min | 1 year ago

"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"I have what is known as pitched memory is not something you need to be built you. It's just useful in the days when I used to use tuning forks. It did enable me to pick up a bell tap the bill and say Oh yes Hamas around three hundred hertz high well can do the fun with bells podcast where I- Kathy Booth Interview Novices and some of the most famous ring is in the world as they reveal the mysteries of this heard but often hidden My guest today.

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"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

14:18 min | 2 years ago

"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"I think we'd better move onto the question that I've got for you. Three questions to be the first one is from Andy. Andy says his towers. King Record Bells for the BBC bells on Sunday Program. And he's got a budget of about one hundred fifty two hundred seventy to do that. What equipment should he by an Should he go about doing the recording as a big question is his big question? But it's it's fantastic. Question Bells on Sunday is one of the sort of mice public pieces of a bell. Performance that you can. Actually she think over in my opinion. Yeah it's on public radio every week and I think it's it's a great project I'm under no that they're always looking for good recordings. I'm to use for it as not a complete surplus so if anyone's thinking I would do it but they always seem to have some saying actually no. I'm sure they want to recording for me so to go onto it. It is just an ordinary recording bells. You don't need anything particularly special but I think we need to take into account the points that we mentioned about really finding a space which sounds like your battles the. It's the most critical thing. Where are you going to record the sound? From as we've said within the BELFRY is one option and certainly many recordings rebels on Sunday are done like that but there are also plenty of other opportunities. If you're tyrod has avoid to. That is a sound mixing room either above or below the ringing chamber than that can be a good place to recruit from then town stack cases can sometimes work and sometimes it can work from the body of the Church Even more cases can be on record from outside the church but do be careful. There's not a lot of additional noise in terms of equipment. You need once. You've decided on the recording place. I use a small portable digital recorder in the lines twelve work. It's a product cool to zoom h four and pro and the think there may even be a link to it in the information attached to the podcast that will be yes excellent good so it's a fantastic small recorder if it's in the palm of your hand. The cost is almost exactly that I think you're you can pick pick up for one hundred and sixty pounds knee and great thing about it. Does have built in microphones. So as long as you've got somewhere to put it then you can get a good recording just with us. You don't necessarily need any extra. I think one of the things to remember is bells are little bit unusual in terms of the fact. They're very loud but they don't have a very wide range of variation of volume so we don't setting up to record. Do make sure that the the level so the recording level is appropriate. Because the loud. They don't have much dynamic range. We call it the the loud bits on the soft bits almost the same volume when recording for the twelve bell. We actually have the bells recorded quite quietly but for something. I bells on Sunday. You can really afford to make sure that the level meter. Whatever you'RE USING TO GAUGE. How loud you can put that fairly close to the top end of the spectrum. So what would that be in terms of number of Mind Tina? If people familiar with it we would record a trope. Bocom tested minus twenty four. Db's Which is on those. We might foreign. It's where they level which was about halfway up the display and full recordings that you listen to in other ways I'd go for about minus twelve DB so again zoom cool. That's about three quarters of the way up the display. So if you wanted to do a more involved in station than you can use additional microfinance and the ones that we typically use arrives they are bearing at Xm eighteen hundred s that dynamic microphone. So that means it's Mike that doesn't require any kind of power supply. They're very good. At how Sean say cost effective and you can pick them up for under twenty pounds that very robust and you can eat them hung in the BELFRY and they're very good. If you want to permanent installation the way that would work as you'd hang the microphone and then run the cable to elsewhere where it's more convenient have a sound recorder and the sound recording you're talking about would be one like the one you've just recommended that's what you plug it into. Absolutely yes the one thing about the Z. H. for it's very verse. Tarraco that you can use it either directly for recording sand with its interim like friends or you can plug in next electrifying. Other options are bearing see twos again. Quite cost effective looking eastbound. Forty pounds for a pair that condenser mics. So the need a power supply but they again very good quality and reasonably cost effective. Should probably mentioned this earlier. Bits the Bells on Sunday. We really ought to be looking at stereo recordings for the radio. And say if you're going for external Mike's it's could have to available. And then finally the Mike Friends views for the competition. Bed anemic too. I won T gs so they're quite step. Up their professional microphones but again very robust that the dynamic they don't need a power supply But they have a very very good pickup pattern so the the main variation between all of these various different Mike Friends we've discussed is exactly the shape of the pickup pattern that goes in from them and I've been very satisfied with all of as in bell recording applications. What if somebody doesn't have a budget so jones written and he says he hasn't got any budget is just is smartphone? But he would like to record his the bells in his tower. Maybe put it on twitter all onto the website for his tower. Do you think he could get anything? That would sound reasonable. And if so how would you go about it? I'm Sudi And I think that's it's absolutely great idea. If bells have captured your mansion in some situation than the best thing to do is get something out there. Get something on twitter. Get something out to your friends to say. Do you know what I happened to be passing in. This really captured my imagination This really made me feel happy to hear the sound of bells. I think all of the previous points supply. You've got to find some way where there's no excessive noise the bells of relativity Klay Esa. You can hear what it is the listening full so just because it's on a mobile device doesn't diminish any of the need for a bishop thought into setup and I'd say another thing which can be more prevalent with a mobile fines is of course wind noise outdoors in particular. Try make sure in a relatively shelters bought. Because I'm sure we've all had those phone calls where you can hear the wind whistling past the microphone. An unfortunate that it will be the same if you're recording bells by far and away the easiest way to guess recording the balances just take a video and then like tron. You can take the audio outfit. If you only wanted the audio but actually people quite liken will interact with a more or less static shot of a church with the sound of bells on top of it very lucky at Grayson. Mary's in Cambridge where I rang have clergy team which is very very keen on bells in. They put out quite a lot of bell content on social media some from recruited from outside the West Front of the church. Some of it from our coaches on on top of the roof on the tower and they seemed to get very good in traction with those. If you want to move up a level in terms of complexity than you can get hold of APPs for recording sound and. I'd recommend that if you want. Good sound recording. The problem is videos advocate on Francis. They tend to compress the audio. I yet make it smaller. And your obviously you lose some of the fidelity in that process so a couple of APPs. The of come across voice record prior for iphone and then woodyear recruiter for android. I think we can put things in the Shire nights yet Our reach download have adverts in the most APPs tend to do now a days but they allow you find a level of control over the recording and boatswain will allow you to record effectively on compressed which is really good. You mentioned that there will be adverse. Does that mean that be? Actually somebody talking over the top of your bells while they're being recorded. Luckily it's just all on screen advertising. Okay Maria has emailed us as well and she wants some tips on recording a rehearsal of teams tune. Hand Bell ringing okay. Yeah we'll turn humble great and I think the there are a few challenges recording handbells one of that is it actually has a lot more dynamic range than Tau. Bell ringing the reason for that. Is that the strike. Compared with the Is quite different in terms of sound level. So what I'd say is all of the previous point supply that you can use either professional recording equipment such as they zoom recorder maybe with external mic fans. You can use. You'll you'll mobile device to capture recording. I think again because this is going to be an indoors recording most likely you do need to give a lift Consideration to the environment on the one hand. You don't want to be so close. To the hand bell ringers. The again particular bells become dominant but on the other hand if you're going to be cooling from a reasonable distance away then you need to be quite mindful other reflective surfaces yoku stick reflective surfaces such as hard walls or hardwood floors which again to stop distorting the Sandal producing a natural reverberation it all revolves around a skill which which I liked to describe as critical listening. Just listen with your is as you walk around the room and you start to realize that the sound isn't the same everywhere and try and lock into place in the room where you think the recording is as true to what you think. It is as possible. And then that's going to be a good location to record from right. The other thing I was wondering was with setting at the podcast recording. I've started putting Duve as over things and trying to make it so that there's less reflective surfaces is that something that people could do in their room whether rehearsing the handbells. It's a difficult question. I think that obviously lots of sound absorbing material is a good idea but again it can leave sound just a little dry which is great for infuses. We're doing now. I'm pecan leave musical performances just a little bit lacking that obviously in most cases musical performances art Unin performance spaces concerts holes churches and people want the feeling of that being a bishop space around the performers. And so it's it's not. It's not obvious I think I say you don't want a dead sound behind. No probably not or at least the Nice thing is if you have a dead sound than it's possible to add reverberation using a district's unit after the event which can help and bring the sound life a little bit but obviously on do the reverse if you're in a room which has reverberation in it. You can't take down after the event so in that way. A room with a very dead acoustic makes it very good recording environment because then the producer as it were is in full control after the event whereas if you record in room whereas obvious reverberate coup stakes that said what you've put down on recording is more or less all you've got and there's nothing you can do to to change. It really is see. I've I've seen people practicing change ringing on handbells just in their living rooms so would that would be well for them to think whether there's what the effect of different rooms in the house will be absolutely if they've got a choice. Yeah were they. Which would they choose then? What sort of.

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"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

15:02 min | 2 years ago

"bell" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"The one thing about church bells as that they are so loud there there are many different forms of reverberation which are important to the overall sound. Mix when you go outside the church. You'll find that it's not only the sound from within the town and then reverberation within the tower. It's also held. The sounded tracks with local buildings and in particular reflecting off surrounding buildings and trees and other structures is what I feel makes up their overall sound makeup of church tower. It's not just the direct sound. It's it's how the sound bounces around and finally arrives at you as the listener. So I like the small rings so I like the plays could Dordrecht which is in Holland and that really really small bells and I started to learn ring there with my parents but I also like more vote. Because they're small. I also like Martins in the bull ring just because there's so many bells and when you hear them all sixteen ringing and you'll part of it it's feels so nice. Hi You're listening to the fun with bells podcast where I- Kathy Booth Interview Novices. And some of the most famous rings in the world to reveal the mistress of this heard but often hidden art. My guest today is Charlie did. How old are you Charlie? I'm eleven years old. What do you like doing outside of school at Bell Ringing? And sometimes Iran running right. Okay and bell ringing. How long have you been ringing for bringing formerly for about three years three years right and how who told you to ring? I was taught by the Birmingham School of Boring. Does anybody else in your family ring. Yes my Mum Dad. And then I've got from. Angola got five generations. Five generations of ringers. Gracious do you ring with any other children yet? I ring with a Youth Group. Called the branding is the branding is and what the thing is do it. What sorts of things do they ring? Some of the bumbling is starting to do plan hunt on the treble but mainly we do ranco changes. Who runs the branding as my dad does? Have they taken part in any competitions? We've gained the ringing World National Youth Contest on. How did you do the? We didn't come last good. I have the prompting has been on television yet. We went on news. Round for the centenary of the end of the world will want what was that like. It was really cool because you see a new light to all those TV shows you see a different side. What did you see? There are just load and load cameras behind and they do a lot of editing. And what do you like about? The Brown. Dinger's is my favorite about. Branding is is that. It's more based on having fun rather than being a serious bell ringing practice. Small have fun with bowing Being the main focus I see. And how was it made from with quite free with downstairs ring? And so we. When it's not your turn you can just go and play and that's fun. And what do you like? Most about boring by favorite about learning is social aspect how this show many barriers and where all the same thing by also like the fairy scientific what sorts of things learning in the theory side where learning fe place notation and how bells course and the actual methods rather than bringing them. How do you learn? Aretha'd I usually treat the methods as plain hunt with other things added so I learned it that way so I finished up the? Oh what's my next bit and then I go go plant hunting place do the maybe the dodge or the place says and then do the next and it's like that. What's dodge a dodgers where you have one place one like wanting in one place and then you go back to the place you were before you did the first Dang and then you go back and then you can do as many of those you want to look? That looks like like I said and the line. I've heard a blue lines do. Do you look at those. Yeah I g look sometimes. Can you tell me what those are? Blue Lines blue lines so you have a red line and Blue Line. The Red Line is I think she should eat the treble. But it's the original and the new line has things editor at. What's the longest you've ever rung? Four is probably one of my court appeals which are about forty five minutes. Oh so you've Rung. Hoot appeals yes. What was that like kind of gets bored? Because it's what the president is always. The set is the same thing repeated but then when you the feeling of the end when they say when they say that soul and you get to ring rounds then you stop and then that's just really nice having stopped and done it and the achievement. Yes and do you know how many quarter Peals you've rung? I've rung about seven. What was your first one. Like the first one. I was a bit worried for because I didn't know whether I was physically able to do it. So it was even more relieve. -Ment where when we finished and luckily my best friend in her mum had bought. Bacon sandwiches so we got to eat those afterwards and that was good great. What do you think is the hardest thing about bell ringing? Sometimes when I finish and it wasn't that good I feel really guilty as I used at that time was so what else have been practicing their thing but I also sometimes it's a bit hard to explain to people who want his walk. Bell ringing is and I find that a bit frustrating. 'cause I know and they don't do your friends school. Know that you ring bells yet. We ran for the annual school service. May and my friend Sarah who rings school and we both ran for that so most people had the belts as they walked from school to the chat and that people do no have they said anything to you about it. Yeah they are they. Are we do things like that and explaining to them? That's difficult yeah. What would you say to somebody who was eleven or younger? Who was thinking of taking bowel ringing? What would you say to them? I'd say it's a really good thing to do. Because it you have the mental side. Bet which is quite challenging Learning touchily ring a bell and being able to tell people. Oh I can ring a bell and it's really fun because it's so unique and no one else really does it and fun to boast about so. My last two questions are apart from the tower that you normally ring in which town do like ringing in best say I like the small rings so I like the place could Dordrecht which is in Holland and that really really small bells and I started to learn with my parents but I also like more vote. Because that's mom I also like Martins in the bull ring just because there's so many bells and when you hear them all sixteen ringing and you're part of it it feels so nice that sounds great ak and animals Christian. Has Anything happened to you that you don't think would have happened if you hadn't rung bells well firstly doing a podcast but also ringing for the school. Command was nice and being on news round was really cool seeing myself in a proper thing on TV was really cool and also have all those friends that I've made. I wouldn't have made if I hadn't done thanks to Charlie Linford forgiving us. An eleven year olds perspective on ringing bells next. We have a short section way. Your questions are answered by an expert in the world of Bell ringing today. David Richards the technical coordinator for the National Twelve Bell contest for the Taylor. Trophy provides the onces. David Richards is my resident expert today. His work as an audio engineer and has run the technical team for the National Twelve Bell Com tests since two thousand fifteen. Today's the first question I wanted to ask you. Why would anybody want to record bells really interesting question and I think there are really two answers to that? One of those is that you might want to record bells for striking competition for example that's where my involvement with the national twelve bell contestants and that's one type recording another type is more sort of listening for ambience and to remember a particular occasion and that would be more kind of a- bells on Sunday type recording for people to listen to enjoy listening to and I. My view is a quite different styles recording Way while I think if you'll recording for striking competition it's all about a very detailed very analytical very dry if you like you want the precision of what's being produced in the BELFRY and it almost relates back to these sort of nineteen sixties wall of sound argument that my job is to take a recording from a physical point of space and then replayed is exactly as I can to the judges in listening chamber somewhere else whereas if you want to record something to sound nicer natural in light and alive actually you probably don't want the same level of critical detailed. You probably want to bit more of the ambiance. You want a bit more space around the bells. You want to almost feel like you're immersed in the listing environment that you typically hear the bells in I say how do you record it for the twelve? Welcome test so that we'd record the bells fill. The twelve contest is to place a microphone in the Belchamber that that is the room which physically contains the bells often cooled belfry. But just for any avoidance of doubt. It's the physical room with bells. And what we try to do is get the microphone sufficiently high above the bells. You'll not recording any one in particular you can imagine if if the microphone was very low to the bells than you'd pick up one close to more than the others said. We tried to get plenty of height above the battles but more less no interference with with direct sound between the bells and the Mike Friends. So we will. We're aiming for really direct path for sound travel from the bells to recording Mike. Fine as commented the problem with this Result in the same vein very dry. That's because belfries don't tend to have a huge amount of reverberation or at least the direct sound from the bells tends to dominate quite significantly. But what we found is it's a very consistent. Way of recording bell's not very important in a competition setting that we know that more or less any church or to other tower in the country will be able to turn up a news. This tried and tested procedure to get a clear sound which is suitable for judging a competition and you mentioned reverberation. Is that sort of like an echoey type of thing absolutely. I'm the one thing about church bells as that. They all so loud that there there is many different phumzile reverberation which are important to the overall sound banks when you go outside the church. You'll find that it's not only the sound from within the tower and then reverberation within the tower. It's also how the sound tracks with local buildings and in particular reflecting off surrounding buildings and trees and other structures is what I feel makes up. There will sound makeup of church tower. It's not just the direct sounds. It's how the sound bounces around and finally arrives at you as the listener Say It's interesting to the these are things you you don't as a layperson think about but it's interesting to stop maybe being aware them absolutely and I don't know whether you have to balance the amount of time in training it takes to become a good recording engineer but there are specialist courses run by universities in how to record sound and this is very much key part of it. It's really considering. What the sound sources but also considering how people would normally listen to it. And you're making sure the sound recorded sounds more or less as people expect. University of Surrey. Bones are very famous. Tom Mice to cool with this is the main focus. It's all about. How would you take sound being produced usually Life Circumstance? Oh concerts and performances. How do you turn that into a recording? Which is truthful and sounds like the original to a listener..

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