18 Burst results for "Theremin"

"theremin" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"theremin" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"I hope you look up your numbers here. Not even numbers, your story. No. I knew that was one. I was prepared for it. Who, you would choose, first of all, make your case. Now you have to make the case though as to we know Kyrie skill level is I just called them the most skilled salt together. Why? That you don't care about that because well more than he does and we're contending teams every single year in their career just about. So why which one are you removed for Kyrie? We have to pinpoint this now. For now, I guess it's one of those two, but there's a handful of I removed one. No, you can't. You have some 20 players, Bobby. You just keep rattling in these players and that we have. No, I've removed some of those guys that I recommended. You have to know how many in order for us to have to match up. I had all these I had all these guys. Now I still have everybody that you have in there. We adopt shades out, I still have Lenny Wilkins, west on south Nate theremin and Robert Parrish. Our opening Jerry Luca. Not yet. Jerry Lucas can go for Kyrie. Not for Kyrie. No, yeah. I mean, because here was going to be. I have to be yes, definitely for harden. All right, harden is in. Because thank you. Now here's why. I want to make this real clear to the audience if anybody's watching. Bobby, I don't know if I think you know this after all these years. And I'm very very reasonable. Like I'll admit when I'm wrong, right? For the most part, I'm not one of those guys who just insistence till the end of time or I'll just say you're not going to convince me, right? So I'll say, listen, man, I agree with you on hard, right? And I'll say to you, my criteria is if you're starting a team tomorrow, you're going to pick Kyrie Irving or Robert Parrish. I'm picking Robert parish or Dave counts. But I'm not picking Jerry Lucas. So you could put a hardened intake of this out. I have one more recommendation. Kyrie and I will say. I know that you take a look. I'm not going to cry if Kyrie doesn't make it, but man, you got these two attributes with him. Best dribble ever. That's finisher ever. Man. Is it too big attributes? Back to agree with you, but I disagree. I don't think he's the best finisher ever. And I question if he's the best dribbler ever. I never saw him. Remember that split movie? He did in a second game with the Celtics where he still looked the two guys and just like squeeze between them sideways..

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"theremin" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"theremin" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

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"theremin" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"theremin" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that there is no other instrument that is even remotely like the therapy men. The theran is an electrical instrument. But it isn't like an electric guitar or keyboard synthesizer which were both invented later. The instrument consists of two antennas. One is vertical and horizontal one hand moves in and out from the vertical intended to control pitch and the other hand moves up and down from the horizontal antenna to control volume. That sounds really simple. But many people consider the chairman to be the hardest musical instrument in the world to master. The primary difficulty is that you don't touch anything your hands float in mid air. You don't have keys. Valves are strings that limit where you can put your fingers to guide what you're playing the sound of a therapy and can only be described as unique. Here's a short clip of german fairmont soloist. Carolina eck performing the scales the development of the thurman came about from soviet research into proximity sensors. They were trying to develop ways to sense objects using electromagnetic waves without physical contact. One of the researchers was named lev sergei termine or as he is known in the west leeann theran men had developed what was a very rudimentary motion detector when something was placed in the proximity of ten it would change in electrical signal is blessed. Hold them to find other uses for the tool so he added circuitry to make an audio tone after doing that. You realize that the pitch of the sound with changed based on how close he was to the antenna. Having learned the chela young age he played around with it to see if he can make different notes to play something in october. Nineteen twenty called in his colleagues in some students to demonstrate his invention which was originally dubbed the phone and later the thurman box it was the world's first electronic instrument the first song ever played in the therapy in that first demonstration was the swan by camille sense ons. The swan has been compared for theorem players as to what stairway to heaven is for guitar players. It's one of the first things that everyone learns. He eventually added a second intended to control volume and in november nineteen twenty. He gave his first public performance. The new instrument was a hit with the soviet hierarchy. There are men even gave a demonstration to lennon who loved he was sent out on a lengthy tour to promote the new instrument and to secure patents and major capitalist countries. The soviet saw this as a way to make money off of the capitalist at the end of nineteen twenty seven. He found his way to new york. There he was granted a patent for the instrument performed at the new york philharmonic. Granted manufacturing rights to rca and rename the device. The men their decided to stay in the united states where he started a laboratory and began working on perfecting the behrman in creating other electronic musical instruments that he met another soviet exile clara rock more she was a violin prodigy who had developed tendinitis in her elbow which caused her to give up the violin corporate when she met firemen she took to the instrument immediately and became the first major therapy virtuoso. Here's a short clip.

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"theremin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"theremin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Marketing glitz and launched a bus just about any new tech company could see a momentary burst of traffic. This was different. These abs aren't new, Just newly invoke their sudden surge is part of a larger phenomenon. A growing rejection of traditional conservative watering holes like Facebook and Fox News in favor of even more extreme echo Chambers. Casey Newton is a tech journalist in the creator of the Platformer newsletter. Casey. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me Some people say parlor, some say, parlay because it's French deprivation for speaking. Do you know for sure what this platform is called? As best as I can tell the creators call it parlor and I do find it very difficult that AH network for American conservatives would brand itself with a French language pronunciation. So I'm sticking with parlor like freedom fries Exactly. Tell me about its history and where it's at right this moment. So parlor was founded about two years ago by a couple of guys in Nevada after increasing concern that mainstream social networks like Facebook and Twitter We're taking too heavy a hand in moderating content. So if you remember after the 2016 election, Facebook and Twitter got a lot of grief about all of the misinformation and election interference that they had enabled on their platform, and they started to take really strong measures to get it off. But as a result of that many conservatives felt like they could no longer express their views. And so parlor stepped into that void and said, We promise if you join us, we will moderate as little content as humanly possible. Facebook has two or three billion users worldwide. What about parlor? Parlor. If I had to guess, has a monthly active user ship somewhere around a million or so a really small fraction of Ah, Twitter like user base, but it has been growing very quickly since the election. And the growth seems to come, if not entirely predominantly from the political, right. No, that's right. If you are toe join parlor, you're presented with a screen of suggested people to follow. And it's all conservative pundits and elected officials. You know, it's Ted Cruz and it's Sean Hannity. Among the most prominent investors in parlor is Dan Bongino, conservative pundit and Fox News contributor who consistently produced Facebook's daily top 10 most popular posts. Over the waning days of the campaign this summer, which is to say Big tech is treating him just fine. Why would someone like him want to invest in such a relatively tiny platform? You know, I would say it's two things. One is the winners on Facebook refused to acknowledge that they have won all of the big top 10 on Facebook that you mentioned are among the loudest proponents of the idea that they're being censored on Facebook, and that's because No matter how many people they may be reaching, there are cases where their post may be removed, or they'll face some other sort of discipline. But I think the bigger issue is that if you're an influence or on any platform, eventually you become nervous about the amount of control that that platform has over your life right. The rules can change it anytime. Facebook just aside one day that they don't want him around and could snap their fingers and he would have no recourse. All right. Number two in the APP store was Newsmax certainly a part of the great right wing media sphere and number three Woz, another Little known social media app called me. We What's the story of me? We me we was created by this entrepreneur named Mark Weinstein. And he's basically been in the social networking space for a really long time He created a very early social network prototype called Super Groups in 1998. And me, we is maybe a little bit more. Facebook like of parlor is a little bit more Twitter like, but like parlor. It's also promising to do very little content moderation, Weinstein wrote a post promising no ads. No targeting no political bias, no news, feed manipulation and no BS. Well, it's unclear if that's the rubric. How the hell he intends to make any money. But putting that aside for a moment he didn't Found it explicitly as safe haven for right wing extremism. But it has turned out that way. Yeah. What these folks have seen is just a market opportunity. If 10 years ago I pitched you on a social network. That wasn't doing that much content. Moderation that would have just been Facebook and Twitter. Right? There wouldn't have been much way to differentiate. But now that there is this, you know, healthy group of millions of folks that feel really aggrieved by what is becoming of Facebook and Twitter. They're looking for alternatives. And if you're me, we which has been floating around with no real juice for a while now, that could be really attractive. And they have major support from very prominent right wing demagogues like Sean Hannity. Here he is introducing parlor to his audience. Can we know? Move everybody from Twitter to parlor coming? Make the shift together, like, just say goodbye. Twitter, CIA at Jack. Nice try overall. How do you think Twitter and Facebook did perform this time around? Compared to 2016. When they were obviously asleep. It's a switch. They did really well. They spent 2020 fighting the last war and the war in 2016 was prevent foreign actors from getting onto the platform using fake accounts sowing division spreading misinformation. Because President Trump had given away his entire plan from the start. You sort of acknowledged he was not going to accept the losing result in the election. It enabled them to make policy preparations and say if any candidate happens to say that they won the election when it's been decided the other way, we're going to label that I think all that's been good. The change, though, is that you now have the most dangerous misinformation coming from the top elected officials in the country, not just trump. But also the Republican Senate, you know, declining to you to congratulate the president elect Theremin acknowledge that he's projected to be the winner. The platforms are just in this really tough place because they are built as homes for conversation, much of which is political. And when the entire political infrastructure of the right is now to the Ring itself to this idea of the election may have been stolen. It just becomes incredibly difficult for them to route. All of that out now, where I would hold them accountable is the post that whip up the most fear and outrage..

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"theremin" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"theremin" Discussed on KTOK

"And talking to medical doctors and surgeons in optometry. This. You can't do this to pressure. You can't do this from cranial deformation, Creative head boarding. This is something that is genetic, and we can talk about some of the differences. Now you talked to an optometry wrist on the film. Tell us about his remarkable discussion. Well, he's looking at these. We knew something was up with the orbits. You know, we're the eye with the eyeball was. We knew something was going on with that. But here's an optometry. If this guy's trained and he's looking at, and we had more than one artifact, show him and he's going well. Here is the first thing. At these orbits these eye sockets or about 30% larger than a normal human being. George, You can't do that through pressure. No, no, no, no, you can't You go blind. You know your blood, your blind The poor baby. Exactly. You can't. You cannot do it, so it's 30% larger, But here's here's one thing And this is this is Dr Jeff Dunn, who came up with this He's measuring the pupil every distance. They call it the PD, the pupil every distance that distance between the pupils when they're in the eye sockets, a normal human being is between 62 millimeters and 65 millimeters. Guess what. Not only is the Peratis long, elongated skulls. The orbits are 30% larger, but the pupil Every distance is about 42 42 millimeters. Completely different and what this means. What translates is that? More than likely They were either nocturnal lived in case lived underground. And when I was 10 Albarino last May 2019 and we were down in Caracas. We went out to this place. It's called the Reserve and we were there with the Peruvian archaeologist. And he took us to the remnants off the peratis people. Some of these things still are there. Many of them are or bulldoze down and completely destroyed, but this several of them That are still sort of intact and they're made of. Well. Bone was seal skin on top of it. And on top of that, like a foot or two of mollusc shells, and then they go down into the earth. And I asked, the archaeologists said, Well, you know, when you guys went down and explore these things, did you find evidence of torchlight? How could they see and they looked at me and said No. There was no evidence of any of that. We don't know how they saw. And so when Jeff Dunn And you know they could have done this to. Why? Why they didn't do it. I don't. I don't understand for the life of me, but in some ways, and I don't mean this in a disrespectful way, but in some things, they nobody cares and that nothing ever happens. So you know this. It took me to bring a remnant of the scholar of model of the skull created by Joe tell or two and optometry is here in the States and right away. He went well, these the orbits of 30% larger people, every distance completely different. They were nocturnal. Here's the kicker George. Guess what. One oven. Ethylene tribes were called the whole rights. The whole rights, and they were cave dwellers. The word whore, Right? Means cave two hours. We also know That because of the Karimun magnet, the placement of the Freeman Magan match that hole in the back of the skull where your your spinal column attach is okay? And we know that that's pushed back and you've got a picture. On on the coast to coast site, which shows the The what's called the Chang goes Skull. It's the one that most people see when they go on the Internet in a type up elongated skulls that will come up. It's very it went viral. It's very elongated, and where were the only team? Up to recently who was able to take that skull out of the display case. And have it turned over so we could see where the theremin Magnum is it in the film? We showed us And it's the first time that anyone seen this as far as I know that Freeman Magnum if it's any further back. To the posterior of the skull. It's outside the school. You cannot do that with pressure and you can hear me go when she turns it over to go. Oh my gosh. It's all the way in the back because we knew what to look for because of the work of our anthropologists, Rick Woodward, who basically said Perimeter and other doctors corroborated his work and Sergent that Freeman Magnum should be. You know, in this location more in the center of the skull, but because it's placed all the way in the back. You would necessarily necessitate some sort of correction or any long gated neck and here's again. One of the nephew Liam tribes, and I'm not making this stuff up is called The On Akeem and on Akeem is translated long, next or not, Giants But neither Neither other peroxide also sounds like I know Naki. Exactly very much, And that's why there's a similarity there. I think the myth those that we read, you know,.

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September 2020 - Mike Beauchamp - burst 5

Theremin 30

10:08 min | 1 year ago

September 2020 - Mike Beauchamp - burst 5

"The theremin 30 podcast is supported by affiliate programs with eargasm earplugs eBay Reverb Stitcher and sounds when you follow these links and Banners on our website a portion of any purchases you make will help keep this show in The Ether. So start shopping at theremin 30. Com. This is Thurman 30 30 minutes of theremin music news events in interviews with a new episode about every 30 days. Now. Here's your home from Denver, Colorado USA Rick Reed. Hello and welcome to the 18th episode of the theremin 30 podcast. The only monthly theremin music podcast in the entire world at least until somebody convinces me. Otherwise in this September 2020 Edition. I've got new music from Brazil the UK and Japan and my special guest is Mike Beauchamp home designer of the therabox electronic musical instrument. Let's get started now with their Minister Alex messana vich with a wonderful track. He produced just a few months ago in his home studio Birmingham England off. This is called a rare request of geocentric heaven. Off off off off off. Off off off off off. Off off off off off. Jose Jose off off off off off off Thursday and Thursday bap bap bap bap off off off off off We started that set with music by Alex. Messana

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"theremin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"theremin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Attendees also heard from the family of Briana Taylor. What we need is change, and we're at a point where we can get that chain and the 2020 Democratic vice presidential candidate. We have an opportunity to make history. Right here. And right now we're going to be the generation that this mantle systemic racism of a new generation of Martin Luther King Jr is descendants, making a passionate plea decades after his iconic call for change. There's new information about the teenager accused of killing two people and hurting another allegedly shooting at protesters in Kenosha, Washington. Kenosha, Wisconsin. Kyle Riton house now in custody. ABC is Alex Perez tells us the first victim died while confronting Riton house who then tried to escape 11 49, the shooter could be seen running down the street long gun in hand. Protesters tackle him to the ground. His next victim, Anthony Huber, Tries to grab the gun attempting to this arm him with a skateboard, but he's shot in the chest and killed another protester Engage. Grosskreutz is shot in the arm while his hands are raised and as the city of Kenosha morn, city officials vowing to rebuild after days of protests following the shooting of Jacob Blake, the last number of nights you've seen very peaceful protests, and that's what it's about. That's how you make change. Mayor John and Theremin says he's asked for state and federal funding to help damage businesses also applauding the community after a second night of largely peaceful demonstrations. President Trump due to visit Louisiana tomorrow, where Hurricane Laura caused widespread damage hundreds of thousands of people still in the darker without running water here, CBS's Dave Cohen, Louisiana Governor John Bell, Edwards looks forward to the president getting a firsthand look at the Devastation. We're going to need substantial federal assistance going forward. And I think that that's always a.

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"theremin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"theremin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"What's the difference between a pirate and a cranberry farmers are Years. You don't know? Well, a pirate. A pirate buries his treasure. But a cranberry farmer treasures is Berries. Are. You don't like them without the r. I know any dark, you know, saying I know you said the jokes are funny, but now you have a sore throat. 8772 What? 34 Lou 87721345 68 Guess who's on the line right here. And guess who's on the line right now. Taylor's Hills. Julie, Julie, how can I help you? Hi. It's nice to talk with you. You sound different on the phone. I have a question. Are you doing Well? I'm doing Well. Thank you. Yes. Okay. Good. I'm glad to hear that. Um, I have a question about this Tiny little bug better have invaded my my domicile, mostly my bathrooms and had him before when I had a doubly They were around where the leak was, you know. Settling and I had my recovery. You know, field and they disappeared. Haven't seen him in two years. So I see the occasional one in the city. But now I've got him on my bathroom floor it and I can't figure out where they're coming from. Do you know? Do you notice at all? If the if it's near the drain where you're getting these bugs Yeah. So I will get a couple in the sink inside the saint and I've cleaned out the drain with instant load. By the way I love into PLO. Good stuff. And Yeah, good stuff. And first I started with bleach because I have seen them before, And I just throw some bleach on the drain and they're gone. Okay, Here's Here's what Here's what I want you to do. I think that what you need to do is you need to clean The inside portion of the drain above the trap. So in other words, in your in your vanity, you know that pop up that you, Khun, that, you know, keeps the water inside the sinker. Yeah, trying to get the instant low down those all right? But can you remove that? That now? Okay, I've yeah, under your sink. When you look underneath your sink the pipe that comes down from the sink. There's a rod that's connected to a little Like like a little turn that you could grab with your fingers that you unscrew with your fingers and that Rod pulls out and then that stopper you can pull it out. Then you need to put the rod back in and tighten that, um, that little nut Because what I sound like a lot, but it's it's really not. It's really not about her. Okay, so you're going to do that, And then you're going to take what's called a tube brush. And you're gonna put that inside the drain and pour a little pine Sol like 1/2 a cup, not even half a cup, but it looked just enough to get some of that cleaner onto the brush. And then you're going to scrub the drain up and down. All the way to the trap because the two brush has Ah, you know a rod on it. That's probably 20 inches long or so. What's happening is those bugs were living on the side of the of the drain, and that's where they're coming from. And when you clean that all up, just pouring bleach, theremin insta flow doesn't catch it all. And that gunk and build up that's there. This can also be the same thing in your bathtub. So if you could do it in the bathtub drain that will be effective as well have given this advice for years. And it really, really does a good job. Thanks. So much for the phone calls, 9 52 We'll take a quick break. Or not..

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"theremin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"theremin" Discussed on KCRW

"I think it might be should be if it isn't it should be a theremin because that's a weird song it deserves a weird instrument yes I love it it's it's like psychedelic it really makes me think of just it sounds like old like vintage Hawaiian music to me uhhuh yeah definitely act clapping sound yeah yeah like but you just have like a nice cocktail by a body of water palm trees swaying you know like you can just close your higher mind yeah yes and the album it the description of it is mood music for listening and relaxation that data excellent well that's basically what we're doing these days that's correct it is it's needed sometimes to all right now we have another one that is fitting for you I think it's called sunshine and it's by an artist named takes T. I. E. K. S. and this was first released a few years ago but we are listening to it now here's a quick.

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"theremin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"theremin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"But something theremin all right everybody go out and get their men's into zoos we can start a theremin and kazoo band if you don't know what a theremin is look it up for think about a certain led Zeppelin song M. or a beach boys song good vibrations that have the thirty minutes or old science fiction movies are scary movies when you heard the you know that Thurman the coolest rent alone I'm going to get one why I don't know probably annoy the dog C. will probably hate me if I get a theremin she doesn't like strange B. B. computerized noises or sounds so I guess if I was playing if they're minute would be noises musical doorbell well I might be quite good actually we'll see so everybody up keep your head screwed on don't freak out about this virus and we're gonna get through this and there's a lot of things you can do on your computer in your technology should I want to go out places and mingle are you can certainly order all your food to be brought in or just go buy stuff in a novel idea cook at home you could make food there's some things that are easy to make you could master the art of one pan cooking like me if I can cook everything in one pan and different size the pain of moving around I have less to wash therefore one pan cooking Larry I just R. one hand show Justin hi sissy can actually probably cook I just kind of guess we could do a show where I guess and he actually tells you what's what I'm doing wrong and he is he does it right I do it you know lazy Larry one pan style and then he rolls his eyes looks at me and look for the Cameron says not not not not not limit let me show you how it's really done and then we do blind taste test and we see which one people preferred I think they'll be a fun show we should do that one hand cooking style lazy man me and then Justin on our fresh ingredients this that here's a really do spices and we do blind taste tests and comes out I'm game we thought we got to talk about that it would be good fun channel well let's do it for example could you guys got nothing on us that that's what it so too can probably also your brother tell time better than ours yes and.

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"theremin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"theremin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You can mount a spirited defense that they are more than a K. pop boy bands shore I think they reinvented what K. pop could even be as even here in that song I mean that's like a trap ballad like that says do you wouldn't even that's I yeah obviously I I really enjoy BTS and I think that the conversation should focus a bit more on their musicality and not just on them as a phenomenon because I think that tends to overshadow the quality of the work and I don't I see little unfair all right so I say the two biggest acts for last BTS and Taylor swift new documentary miss americana came out to be getting a lot of buzz it was at Sundance she released a single to a company called only the young why did you pick Taylor swift so first of all I really enjoy the documentary more than I thought I would I have always had mixed feelings on Taylor swift but I would say it's less a Taylor swift documentary and more documentary on a woman in her late twenties I once like to be a woman in her late twenties so in that way it's like universal amber relatable but yeah she releases news on the go with its called only young and this is her first on subtle at least political song she said she wanted to make it for like dissolution millennials who feel like their vote isn't going to matter in this election and I guess our own way I think that ever since she came out as a Democrat I think this is her way of trying to rally the vote in our own way without getting behind a candidate yet because it's she probably hasn't formally pending at so I am excited to see how the rest of this year pans out for her I would like to see her not just stand behind this one song and the documentary and a little bit more let's take a listen to Taylor swift only the young please the I'm curious about because for a while she put all of her personal life out there for consumption by her fans and whomever else I'm sure Chris how she's going to react to putting out her political beliefs for cuts for people to consume because she hasn't really dealt with that sort of it can happen when you put your political beliefs and you're an artist sure she dipped her toes into it when she got when she spoke of during the mid terms but it is a whole different animal to speak of during a presidential election which she has not yet during this election but if the document is any indication just seems like she does plans to be more vocal she really took a stand against that room of her managers and her label at her father all of these men older men were telling her not to do this you know Bing Crosby would have never Bob Hope would have never but tell us which is neither of those things she's a pop star for this modern age and she has the privilege to speak up on a lot of these issues and face some of your last backlash and I think a Beyonce they would I hope that she does what she can with a voice D. a locket as music editor at vulture and New York magazine D. as always thanks for coming in thanks for having me and you check out the Spotify profile playlist by all of WNYC will put the songs we played today with a few more you should check out this is all of it up next the theremin the spooky ethereal instrument often hurting classic sci fi films is turning one hundred listen to a live in studio Thurman performance from door Chrysler founder of the New York theremin society stick around W..

"theremin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"theremin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"For a free consultation you mention a couple things bucket planning and tax reduction strategies and their strategies that you can use to maximize your income reduce your taxes and have piles of money that have a strong foundation and you know you mentioned now just tax season you know right now tax preparation and we could definitely do tax preparation starting sixty nine dollars but more importantly let's put together an income plan a tax plan investment plan and you know bucket planning is a huge deal because we have accounts that have purposes every county you have should have a purpose whether it's for growth whether it's for income whether it's to hedge against the market going the other way their strategy you can take advantage so many people that we meet with they have their own investments and then they also have their own financial adviser who they trusted you along the former they met us but what they're looking for and what do you need to understand is you need to get a second opinion because your first adviser can't give you a second opinion and some advisors you know give good advice some clients really accept their advice and they they do whatever they tell them to do but the end of the day is that need to open your eyes to new options and strategies because you don't know what you don't know and that's what we're talking about here you need to get educated because now is the time where a lot of people of every enjoyed this ride this bull market ride but what happens on the other side and that's why it's so important pick up the phone and schedule a time to meet with us eight three three Maggie tax and that's what we say what you don't know might hurt you in this is the theme that we hear every day and we need to make sure that you're out there that you have questions you know you don't know what you don't know now is the time to pick up the phone schedule time to meet with us need help eight three three Nagy tax call today and let's set a time we can get together you know in many of you who have met with us you know that you might find something there are new safe planning strategies that you can take advantage of today and you know it's like you know if you knew something was going to happen in the future and you could protect against it when would you want to know so visit our website Maggie tax dot com and here's what we see every day we hear many of you have an adviser and tell us that your adviser did not discuss retirement or income planning and what Christian I ask is wanna you know they also didn't discuss some of the basics of of the products they were selling many times Chris we see you know people to come in with different products the they do not understand that they do not understand the fees and they never hatched well real quick and then I just had a client that came in last week and we look to their account they had they were paying three point six seven in fees alone think about that that's almost four percent fees with the account goes up or down they had no idea so when we looked at this there was no management there was no active trading you know it was pretty much a retail account with the just sold them something and that's where you got to start thinking about right now you with an adviser who is transactional that just sells you something or you with an adviser who does complete planning who does active management who does the best thing for you and that's why it's so important pick up the phone because you want to meet with someone you want to work with someone who's gonna do the best thing is a complete adviser and that's what we do here Maggie tax advisory and financial group in complaining tax planning investment planning pick up the phone eight three three Nagy tax will go back to what you said a few minutes go make it simple because when you meet with other bars is there really a product pusher and some of you don't even know what fees you're paying you think you're not paying any fees and guess what you are it Chris just brought that up a few minutes ago so many of you do not understand what questions to ask and we do we're going to ask you questions because we want to educate you that's what we do the seminars every month because we have to educate you on social security Medicare taxes income planning investment planning and that's where you come to an event like that to get educated I don't have to buy dinner for everybody to come to my seminars and I'm not going to do that I want you to come to get educated I want you to come to the vessel well we can answer your questions let's just theremin it's about education and you should get educated because that's what you should do when the last class you had on this stuff need to make sure it specially notes a crucial time because taxes going to go up in the future some point this bull markets not gonna be around for a you know a lot longer who knows it could be eight last another six months or a year two years but after that at some point you have to.

"theremin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"theremin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Who knew him and will have as well and he also discussed how Mister de as wife and surviving daughter was reacting to the tragedy when you when you go through something like the the that that they're going through when you lose even one member of your family a loved one it's challenging when you've lost three members of your family of course it is extremely challenging they're having to do with that the pain of the loss the grief the loneliness my wife and I show spent some time with them we knew they were dealing with that and you expect that it's it's it's a tragedy bought having said all that we left that amazed really at the heart how remarkably well both of them not coping we just we just marveled as to the way she was grieving with such grace and such dignity and we can't attribute it to anything else but I have faith you'll have faith is strong and it's that faith that's going to keep high she goes through the next few days few weeks to months and yes the yes to come a sad Erekle now for the final installment in our journey through we had a wonderful musical instruments on Newsday we end with the theremin invented a century ago it sounds a bit like the only Martineau we had last week except the plant you don't touch any keys in fact there's no physical contact with the instrument tool to plant how does it work Thurman plant Carolina ache explains Carrie Lee night and I play a theremin chairman Sam Gary Younge attic tronic music instrument which was invented around nineteen nineteen by the Russian physicists and cellist Leona Thurman the unique thing about playing the thermos that you can play the instrument without actually touching anything to basically you're playing to sit in front of a wooden box and on each side of the box you have one sticking out eight side you have an upright antenna looks a bit like a radio on your left side you have fifty loop form content and these two antennas owned by electromagnetic seed and now you can influence these fields with your right hand you can change the pitch if you could close to operate on ten you will hear the pitch getting higher and higher and with a left.

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"theremin" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"theremin" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Like Human Services that thing what is that thing you because see facts the matter element is a theremin you are listening see to W. them walking C. around P. T. like figures eight in twenty as your painting is going back and forth tell you feeling good caravans always in the back and it is it is eventually going to a trail is going to attract a far away dogs cards and letters going to call cells rocky look for what Leon theremin but all of our site I have listeners not my have migraines are Scientologists they know what friends or something all of I know we're out here we got a mistake I thought it comes as this is a call to this point I don't know what to say this is a called this trump followers in this point it is just a okay operates on the same principle they're all against you couldn't what's one left behind it said why would we have any diplomatic contact at all with Russia after election twenty sixty why are we allowing a Russian foreign minister to stand in the U. S. and publicly spout these lies in call us liars on our own soil because are you know pretty corruption it but don't tell me this is an accident the day of his impeachment right Disney up okay I'm okay I'm says up from bill bar to go anywhere and pretend to be legitimate Attorney General have anyone given the respect of that title or allow him to peddle dangers misinformation is just unacceptable I don't care if that's his title Attorney General you you need to push back I mean he's spouting the same conspiracy theory yeah right and they're just okay like your glorious is they just have not figured out how to cover something like this that we've never seen in our history right they're tearing every day like I said I could shoot somebody on Fifth Avenue get away with it he's almost there yes almost there all right so obviously is some of the questions I was pastoring chairmanship with well some constituent lady was screaming at me to get out of the photo line you were I will have a little more time now lady do you know who I am I have a show on my basement I'm lost when I don't have mama bone Hughes as a battering ram to the front of the buffet didn't take any crap out on Travis is a wedding party was will never be the same pictures never be the same if the picture of me with his mother horizontally I know right I didn't even getting the shrimp tacos from the taco bar they're all gone by the time I got you got some snooze you lose your mum about mother both talk about how delicious they were the teacher says I got a husband I guess ricotta says I'm not a politician and like I have to this woman she's all she needs to eat I'd probably feel free to do so because of course but when did actually recognize it I think Stephanie use me to cut in line that would get you elected free shrimp tacos for everybody alright no dummy hello that you don't get you don't suffer lines very well do you now hold I don't live in although now I seem like I'm doing lines because I would like to go there because I'm songs alcohol I've slept maybe now what we're up to maybe have slept four hours notice four nights now my mechanic many medicine for Christmas nap of the very taxing in with you know one who still president and all yeah the keep a watch fox news songs one last night you know what Phil lord is having a great week well why would he be happy yeah it's a prison having a great when you're from withdrawal was watching talk all you know the other thing they're doing is they're trying to focus with the Hillary stick yeah Laura's like late in the put up a huge pole she's like gallery jumps in she's a front runner she's on her own they do this she's I think she was actually salivating yeah Hillary does that there's polling if she gets in she's my partner media I think she made it clear during an interview that she's not she's not running however she is the actual presidents of the polling does not it surprised me in that she is actually the legitimate president now so should be running as an incumbent someone can see she has the power of the incumbency I just see in Paul yes can we finally calling into this false premise that Hillary would have been just as bad two are far left idiots out there okay please and finally and this through all the judges now this somebody saying that the FBI is scum could you imagine if I can't I can't even did I not it without wind are lost don't push my sorry was your wine this wine yeah I luxury health and so much but it sucks **** as much as I love Joey Hamilton alcohol free line such **** metals wheat I feel like I'm back in high school every grape juice box so we didn't have physical church you can't you can whether Christ I Innkreis couple Yamaska priests on its back I'm back in high school with blues farm MD twenty twenty as like I don't want no Cup alcohol is salvation see I want Jesus with alcohol or not give it a wine alright here is we're going to turn the ship about Lawrence tribe tweets pie chart because I know there's a lot of dissension about why is it only two counts and why didn't we I thought Adam should make the most brilliant case to me when he said people say why don't you wait why don't you get these fact witnesses and he said it's what the question you're asking is why don't we just let them cheap one more time yep why don't we just let him cheap an election how do we have that but cancers when their ship on Memorex and no one you know okay the argument why don't.

"theremin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"theremin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"The scourge of atomic warfare must take place in the presence of all United Nations country in the biggest a medical experiment in American history began today as the first of some a one million youngsters were given chop the theremin flat as hope will bring them polio any five killed in fighting between French troops an Algerian rebels even the headquarters it is the the song you're hearing now some of whom are may be carrying around their mimeograph in these words with apparently the campaign song the pony boy a Happy Days are here again here in a moment for the campaign I walk down the street shoes he followed me down the street because it is so this and then you want this to me I walked to my house shows he followed me to my house because it is where so this you about this too I never saw well if so nothing could be so closer his face was strange but is man sperm so this is the good shows he followed me up the stairs can you because it is a well so this this is to me step two sure it's not that much can you this is a good when so listen while I tell you what this some he asked me good night as I said it good I will accept his lips movie so good girls shoes and log the guy is much he followed me down the aisle because it is and now you've heard the story what's to tune me that's what he did to nineteen fifty to send me to think start with that one off with Gene Kelly singing in the rain and we're going then to the movies for a zombie Martian invasion zombies of the stratosphere pause resume a nuclear device residential candidate Adlai Stevenson rails against communists lots of news nation wide steel strike in fifty two the new polio vaccine rebels in French Algeria more election news and finally Doris Day and guys again all from nineteen fifty two I love.

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"theremin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"theremin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ago the theremin then and now it's on the world the world starting this afternoon at two I'm KQED public radio this is fresh air I'm Terry gross let's get back to the conversation our producer Sam Berger had with novelist Attica Locke locks latest book have in my home is the second in a series about a black Texas ranger name Darren Matthews investigating the criminal activities of the Aryan brotherhood of Texas luggage from Houston and has a long family ties to East Texas her novels reveal the history behind the current racial conflicts her character's face there we've been thinking about these questions about history for a long time and I think your second book was inspired by a wedding that you went to on a plantation yes I did in two thousand four I went to a wedding at the oak alley plantation and ash'ari Louisiana and it was the weirdest thing I've ever been to in my life I I knew the invitation said plantation but I'm from the south so I thought oh oh yeah there's gonna be a lot of ceiling fans in the balcony and this is going to be plantation asked didn't know that it was the literal plantation yeah and I was not emotionally prepare for that because I'd never engaged in this kind of antebellum this route is store called towards them I don't think I ever would have gone to a plantation if I'd not been accidentally driven because I was bused into this wedding and and what was so heard about it from me is that when you right up to it from New Orleans your writing to abject poverty in rural Louisiana your writing to all of this black poverty and then out of no where this majestic house just kind of shoots up out along the Mississippi and it was one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen in my entire life and I hated myself for even acknowledging that I was so roiled up with with contradicting feelings I was so angry and its beauty when the bus that drove all of the guests and from New Orleans park I got off and I started crying the second I might be were standing on the grounds of a plantation I started crying and I was there with my husband who is white and we were there for wedding of an interracial couple of a white man in a black woman and so we kind of said a prayer meet means more so than my husband's not super religious but I said a prayer and that I I needed to some kind of a knowledge the souls that lived and died here in order to walk on the ground I can just walk there and start drinking champagne and eating shrimp on past trays I I wanted to acknowledge where we were and I held out hope that I know what's going to happen tonight this interracial couple at some point someone's going to get up and make a beautiful speech that we are on this troubled land we come here for a lot of we come here for an event that celebrates law and the shows how much time has passed how we your remaking this history in some way there'd be some acknowledgment of where we were that actually did not happen and that's what messed me up about the wedding most that it was it it was clear that this to space a been rented because it was pretty that there was no word knowledge men of what the land represented amber when I left there several glasses of champagne and I was like I could write a PhD about what this night was innocent I will not write a novel about historical tourism in who gets tell the story did you ever talk to the couple and you know say what about this first of all they're not here anymore they're not mere anymore in fact the cutting season opens with the idea of the snake fell out of one of the old oak trees and that actually there was a rumor going around when we arrived at the wedding the snake it fall into one of the trees earlier I thought well this is the it was a bad sign and they are not married anymore and I never and I wasn't friends with the black woman was friends with the white guy and I was so impressed her I was so embarrassed by my reaction to it and sometimes I get really embarrassed to ask people questions I think are really obviously why did you marry a black woman on a plantation I just couldn't bring myself to into the pot to ask that I did send them a copy of the book and I think you always want to read it he's never spoken we sent to maybe hates me but I basically sent the copy of the book with a lovely note saying you know look at what this experience kind of birth I I you know I really this instead of so much thought I still think about you actually by the wedding and the right kind of left it at that and then he never said a word ever since you know a lot of this book is about forgiveness one of the main characters leroy page says to Darren a couple times black folks are the most forgiving people on earth and the first time he says that Darren can't quite tell if he's saying it with pride or shame but the next time he says it it's clear that there's a lot of bitterness in his voice and you write that their aunts uncles these these two very supportive people who raise their and often debated ferociously whether forgiveness made black folks saints or Stooges why were you thinking about forgiveness I was thinking about the fact that Donald Trump will one day become one he won't be around forever but I still have to live with the people who put him in office I still have to share this planet and this country with people who showed such a profound disregard for my life and the life of other people of color and I don't know what to do with that and I think I was asking myself I and should I buy when all this is said and done forgive the people who put trump in office is that safe to do or do you forgive people at your own peril because you give them then license to keep this up because like like the passage I read earlier I was one of the people who thought when Obama was elected not that we were going to wipe history clean but there was a willingness and my heart to start new we could remember what happened before we could start new today so I was so profoundly hurt to realize that there were still so many people in the country for home they were fine electing someone who said such beautiful things about people who look like me just because it made economic sense to them I I don't know what to do with that I'm still wrestling with forgiveness I don't know how or if to forgive you originally went to LA to try to be a screenwriter I believe and yeah at first it wasn't going the way you want to you if you have gone on to be a very successful screenwriter but you followed people say follow your dreams you literally were inspired by a dream that you had that made you take a turn away from screen reading to writing off yes he tells about I'm I moved to LA to become a director that that that was an extreme that was one hundred a semi trim I did the Sundance film maker labs they had a movie deal the movie deal fell apart as a twenty five years old I was just this little baby and I didn't know there was a such thing as professional heartache I was just devastated and I didn't know what to do with myself but I knew I could write and I need the money and I was newly married if you can believe my husband I've been married for ever and he was starting law school so I said okay all right script alright scripts for movies they're gonna make right you know that way I I don't have to have my whole soul on the line it doesn't have to be my story I just will be hired gun and I did that for over a decade and the joke was on me because none of those movies got made either and I've had a very vivid memory being in New York on a research trip and I had a dream that I was on film commune which was kind of like the Sundance experience I had at a laptop and there was the night of huge premiere and we all lived on this calmly made movies and we all help each other out it was the night of a huge premiere but I was on janitorial and I was sweeping sit there and I looked at another made and I said to her I don't want to do this anymore I I think I quit and she said Vold what are you talking about you're gonna have to go tell Marlon Marlon Brando Marlon Brando was running this don't calm him but was Marlon Brando from on the waterfront so he was in black and white and of course I know my psychological starting of this says that I was are you thinking about black water rising and there's a big subplot with longshoreman in that book I go to talk to black and white Marlon Brando to say I don't want to do this anymore it's not what I thought it was going to be and he said are you sure you know I've heard really great things about you know I said no I think this is it for me and I woke up in a hotel room weeping I was crying in my sleep and I woke up and within a year I'd walked away from Hollywood completely and I borrowed money on my house to write a book well I think a lot thank you so much for talking with us it was an absolute pleasure thank you add a lock spoke with fresh air producer Sam brother her new novel is called heaven my home after we take a short break I'll talk with the writer director and co star of the new satirical film Jo Jo rabbit it's about a ten year old boy in **** Germany who's just joined the Hitler youth organization where he's being indoctrinated the.

"theremin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"theremin" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm hearing theremin in the background there yes that's more Thurman than you actually here in the film but fine. there's a lot that you hear in the film other than the sound of silence there is. it is the story of a man who is obsessed with sales. source guard plays a as you said a host tuner what is that well he is a person who comes to your home and listens to the noises that are happening even when you think there are none. the refrigerator the toaster on the television the home and apparently those things out you know logic frequencies but but harmonic tones and his job is to fix that. so if you have this insomnia if you have depression if you have anxiety can be caused by the MBR caused by the maybe it's your radiator dissonance in your in your radiator now he comes here how many does these things so he goes to the home of where she to Jones she is interesting marks fly were Leslie no sound knowing. cool cool very very quiet sport which of flying because it is the story of a man who is both committed to his research. and committed to his loneliness. he meets a person who is very similar to him and it's about how they come together. is this so quiet as to put you to sleep. do it well no no if I got you know that this movie is premiering in theaters as we can but also streaming but I would say often you have people tell you this is a film you really want to see in theaters this is a film you really want to hear in theaters because it's almost like room tone the movie and a lot of ways but it's never I don't think it's boring in any way it is it is sort of an oral a U. R. A. L. soundscape in the way that something like Francis Coppola's the conversation is or Derek Jarman's blue like is a movie that is very actively using sound as a way to propel the narrative as a way to indicate what's going on within these characters and so you know not to fall back on the old those those sound is a character into itself but it it does I think enhance the the actual characters in the film and and when he says this is not saying there's you know a lot of wild you know noise is going on here is a very very very quiet film and Peter Sarsgaard is the guy to do that for you because when he speaks not just in this woman in general experimentar and then he can see as a very low frequency he can do this. for an entire film. and that's what he's supposed to speak to the thrum yeah that is something I have not heard come from you well you know. this is the kind of unusual film that can often get lost in the shuffle and I would like it not to okay let's move on to the gold French this is the adaptation of Donna tarts Pulitzer Prize winning novel by the same.

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"theremin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"theremin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The song book at W. NYC Paul Cavalcanti with you now that's a far out sound it comes from a nineteen forty seven album by les Baxter with Dr Samuel J. Hoffman the father of the theremin the record music out of the moon included the campy but very engaging moon moon at this with the celestial choir and the warm the sound of that theremin that you've heard so often in horror movies and and even in pop records ranging from the beach boys to Captain Beefheart well how does this play into the historical events of this day of this hour even exactly fifty years ago when the first human foot print was placed on the moon by Neil Armstrong well it turns out Neil Armstrong was a fan of the music you just heard and when mixed tapes on cassette were put together by a friend of the astronauts a guy who just happened to be in the record biz Mickey cap era parent to cap records he obliged by collecting some of their favorite songs on what we now know as the Apollo eleven mixtapes buzz Aldrin's choices in particular reflected the top forty of nineteen sixty nine contemporary songs but with a slightly older skew he was a teenager the median age of the guys who did the moon shot was about forty and the songs reflect their slightly more refined tastes but they're very nineteen sixty nine and they literally went to the moon with the astronauts on cassette mix tapes that were played during the mission it is my mission on this Saturday night in twenty nineteen to throw it back to fifty years ago and then he moved like miles down the road to the nineteen sixty nine Apollo eleven mixtape reassembled and broadcast on radio for the first time ever by.

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