35 Burst results for "You Music"

Budapest Orchestra Performs Live Concert From Moving Truck

AP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 2 d ago

Budapest Orchestra Performs Live Concert From Moving Truck

"The Budapest Festival Orchestra wants its audience back. They're going on the road literally to try to get it. Five members of the orchestra performed classical music to drivers and passers. Buy from a truck and afternoon traffic. People on the streets stopped to enjoy the impromptu concert applauding at the end of pieces.

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Interview With the Director of the Stern Grove Festival

Voices of the Community

02:05 min | 2 d ago

Interview With the Director of the Stern Grove Festival

"Joined remotely by the director of development of stern grove festival. Alana vasconcelos being here alana. Thank you so much. I'm delighted to join you. So i wanted to have stern grove on the show because i went to the festival with my grandfather who used to live literally ten blocks away from stern grove. Back in the sixties. You're eighty four the season. that's right. Tell us about stern grove festival and a little bit of history in. What are some of your progress because this festival but you also do education as well yes. That's right so as the eighty fourth season might imply we are going on our fourth year of concerts and programs provided for the community. Stern grove festival. The festival has a wonderful history. Our core was from. Rosalie meyer stern. Who was the wife of sigmund stern. Who was the nephew of levi. Strauss actually purchased the land where the festival takes place in san francisco in the sunset neighborhood back in nineteen thirty one with the goal of providing space for music and concerts and performances to take place for free for the community and this initial thought of hers was shortly after the depression as a way to hire and support this symphony musicians and the land was given to the city with the caveat that these concerts would need to be held here in open and free for the public and here we are eighty four years later coming out of another kind of rough patch and we at the festival or just thrilled that we've been approved to hold the live season again this year in two thousand nineteen we saw over seventy thousand guests over our course of ten free concerts and in two thousand and twenty a month before we were ready to announce are amazing lineup. You can imagine that we were told everything else that we were not going to be able to do that. And so that was the first time in eighty three years to not have held the season and like the rest of the community. We are just so eager to reconnect and bring this back to the city. Starting june

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Why Now Is the Best Time to Break Into Freelance Web Design

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:12 min | 2 d ago

Why Now Is the Best Time to Break Into Freelance Web Design

"We're talking all about how you fight issue can break into freelance. Web design to build reliable monthly recurring revenue. So john share with us. Why now today is the best time to start a freelance web design biz. Absolutely i mean now. More than ever every business entrepreneur. Everyone that wants that go into business needs a website. I mean that's one big thing. That code code showed everyone just how important their online presences and one of the secrets is folks are not just looking for a website. They also need that expert with great service and communication on their side to be the go between Between you know the tech companies or the hosting company keep their website up and running and crazy so my co teacher the co founder of the course kelly. A her an eye for both of us. Twenty twenty was actually one of our best years ever. Despite the pandemic and twenty twenty one is not slowing down and other agency owners that i talked to in other freelancers. The the story is the same. And it's just a great time to hop in for we have one student who two years ago was working in. Hr for a metal company in nashville. She had a one hour commute each way to her job. Even though on the weekends it took like fifteen minutes to get to her job and so really. She was working fourteen ten hour days like six. Am to six pm with those commutes included and she had a seven level underground parking garage that she would park again. Meanwhile her husband was a home. Music producer in nashville booking sessions when he wanted to going on tour sometimes with me. We play in a band together and before taking our core she would call herself. The least tech savvy person around and in a year's time she took our course built her design business to a point where she can leave her full time job and now she's completely booked With jobs in the pipeline. And it's only going to increase as companies move more towards online that online presence and online stores. That's going to be a huge key going forward. So that's why. I think now's probably the best time ever and i'm sure people say that a lot but it really is. Kobe really opened the door to the importance of your online

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Vinyl Records Surge During Pandemic, Keeping Sales Spinning

Atlanta's Morning News

00:17 sec | 3 d ago

Vinyl Records Surge During Pandemic, Keeping Sales Spinning

"Out turntables and cassette decks in the pandemic. Sales of vinyl music surged during the pandemic, as did cassette sales. I can't believe you don't own this record. The numbers provide a boost in advance of the first of two record store day events. It's set for Saturday. The second is set for July. 17th reporter

How Music & Dance Impact Our Mental Health

Therapy for Black Girls

01:46 min | 3 d ago

How Music & Dance Impact Our Mental Health

"Thank you so much for joining us today. Jennifer thanks for having me very exciting to dig into this topic with you. So can you tell us a little bit more. About what dance and movement psychotherapy is and how you got into this view. Of course yeah dance. Movement psychotherapy is a form of psychotherapy that prioritizes the body. So most people think of therapy psychotherapy they think of talk therapy sitting in a chair and talking in dance movement psychotherapy we start with the body and of course we can process early but we tend to think of the body as the priority in the brain as the interpreter of what's happening in the body so in session you might be invited to notice what's happening in your body on a sensation level. You might also be invited to notice body posture. You may also be invited to move your body. Where on that spectrum. We can explore in a dance movement psychotherapy session and i got into it. Because i was a dancer answer. I dams all the way up through college and for me. Dance was very cathartic and thought well. There has to be a way to make this like a thing like a job. Profession like helping people with their emotional concerns and invite movement into the process. And at the time. I didn't know there was a whole field called dance movement psychotherapy but there isn't one side discovered it. I started moving in that direction.

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Here's What's New With iOS 15

Talking Tech

01:50 min | 4 d ago

Here's What's New With iOS 15

"On monday. Apple kicked off its worldwide developers conference with a virtual keynote detailing the changes coming soon to iowa's fifteen the mobile operating system that powers the iphone now fifteen launch fall. We don't have the exact date yet. And it's time to the release of a brand new iphone. It's typically unveiled by apple in september. So what are some of the most notable changes coming to iowa's fifteen this fall. Let's start here with face time which seems to be getting the biggest facelift too. No pun intended Of all the features that are coming. Ios the biggest one. Though is you can soon use facetime on android and windows but not in the way that you think. The company is adding facetime links for sharing scheduled call so kind of works like zoom where he scheduled a call. You get a link to the actual video chat itself and you click on that so users can get to this either through the iphone app or via any web browser so it's not exactly a facetime app for android or for windows but at least if you're on a web browser on android phone you can still get. Their facetime is also going to introduce a grid view to see everyone on a call and the ability to take calls in portrait mode. So you can hold your phone horizontally and it'll actually blur out the background automatically so that you stand out facetime also add spatial audio and voice isolation so call sam more natural and allow you to cut back on the background noise. The app is also going to add. Share play which is probably one of those interesting features they revealed and it. Lets you enjoy entertainment. Such as music tv shows. While you're on a video call few might start video call minimize the window and then go to another app like say apple tv plus or some third party apps disney plus and you start playing a Tv show or a movie and it automatically start playing on the other person's call and then you can start watching together.

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Facebook Delays Taking a Cut on Paid Events and Fan Subscriptions Till 2023

Daily Tech News Show

02:10 min | 5 d ago

Facebook Delays Taking a Cut on Paid Events and Fan Subscriptions Till 2023

"Facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg announced that the company will continue to not charge fees for it's paid online events fan subscriptions and badges through twenty twenty three and will include upcoming news products in that no fee policy as well no word on what the rate will be after twenty twenty three. But if there's any question why. Facebook is doing. This zack. said when we introduce a revenue share. It will be less than the thirty percent that apple and others take zingy. Singapore based flex the world's third-biggest largest chip manufacturer expects chip shortages to continue flexes chief procurement and supply chain officer. Lynn terrell says would such strong demand. The expectation is mid to late. Twenty twenty two. Depending on the commodity. Some are expected in two twenty twenty. Three chipmakers continued to invest in new production capacity but new facilities are not yet complete the california public utilities commission issued a permit to gm's autonomous vehicle subsidiary crews allowing the company to shuttle passengers in its test vehicles without a human safety operator. Cruise is the first company to get the permit in the state and cannot charge affairs for rides in test. A vis nine companies including crews have previously obtained driverless test permits from the california dmv. That's different from the public. Utilities commission although neuro remains the only company to have obtained a commercial deployment permit from the dmv youtube shorts still in beta and previously available in the us and india is now expanding to the u k canada and latin america users will now be able to use music from youtube wider catalog add captions and overlays on shorts color. Correct and sample audio from other shorts. Sounds familiar And google settlement with francis competition authority over charges that had abused its dominant online at position by favouring its own advertising services to the detriment of rivals. The company agreed to pay a two hundred twenty million euro fine and pledged to improve interoperability between its ad manager and third party ad servers. The changes stem between nineteen. Complaint filed by news newscorp and the french newspaper le figaro

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Young Scores 35, Hawks Top Embiid, Sixers 128-124 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Young Scores 35, Hawks Top Embiid, Sixers 128-124 in Game 1

"Trae young scored twenty five of his thirty five points while the hawks dominated the first half to take game one of their Eastern Conference semifinal series one twenty eight one twenty fourth Philadelphia okay and John good to see and that and the way we started that very sad music I can send you that the hawks may fourteenth at the first eighteen shots from the floor and led by twenty at intermission the seventy Sixers pull within three with one a one left but Bakhtin Bogdanovich followed with a three pointer to seal it Bogdanovich and John Collins each scored twenty one points for Atlanta Joel Embiid had thirty nine points for the seventy Sixers after missing the previous playoff game with torn cartilage in his right knee game two is Tuesday in Philadelphia I'm Dave Ferrie

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A New Series From the Obamas Aims to Teach Civics Through Music

Boston Public Radio Podcast

02:03 min | Last week

A New Series From the Obamas Aims to Teach Civics Through Music

"To talk about and we have. Some sovereign is to change by her from the obamas. This is music new anime musical series. Do we the people. It's kind of a civics lesson for kids. Grownups it's got a lot of great music going with it. Let's hear a little sound. Here is said that changed by her here. It is go to address issues. Data speed keeps cheese when we say it. That's people at city council. So i love that by the way for other people named brandy carlisle than manuel miranda. Lambert goes online. A bunch of great musicians contributed to this and it talks about is that that saunders did about the the mayor talk about you know how many senators come from certain states voting rights all this kind of stuff which we have kind of fallen down the job on in school right. Yeah totally you know. What happened does sesame. Street did a lot of that. And then then it drops off you know and people forget the good points. The street had those little songs that teach how bill becomes a bill and all the rest of that stuff But this is a series called we the people that's going to be a series of ten music videos by powerhouses that you mentioned and they're very hip in happening for New generations of folk and even generations of folk. I do note that poet. Amanda gorman is also meeting which is good we note this this is. The show was by under their production company with a netflix. This production company and its chrisny was the originator their creator along with the obamas. But it's executive produced by. Tony davis preah sweatman ifan and kenya barris and kenya barris. People may know is connected to blackish and he's got a few other big Series like that. So it's really quite Well credentialed in terms of its creation. And you know the music is going to be good. So what a great idea

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Spatial and Lossless Audio Popping up in Apple Music

Android Central Podcast

01:51 min | Last week

Spatial and Lossless Audio Popping up in Apple Music

"Obviously a few weeks ago apple just came out on monday morning and they're just like here have free lossless apple music. You know. we're not gonna charge you extra for it. Later that day amazon said the same thing. They're gonna upgrade amazon music unlimited customers to lossless for free even though they currently have like an extra paid tier for that right now and spotify earlier. This year said that it would also offer a hi-fi tier for its customers though it specify whether it would be free but i imagine now it's going to have to apple also announced during that same press. Release that it would be expanding. Its spatial audio feature dolby. Atmos essentially Into its apple music t right now. It's available in some Some film like some shows and movies on on an apple. Tv but not so much on the music side. So i wanted to get you on here to talk just about the space in general As somebody who reviews a lot of headphones or used to has a lot of audio equipment. What's your thoughts on it. And just in general like whether it's going to make a difference because losses has been this. It's sort of like this obelisk in the different in the distance. All audio files. Kind of a try to achieve whether they do it through ripping their own. Cd's and storing them in lossless flat files or paying for title or cuba's or one of the other deserve hi-fi. Whatever

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We Test out Google's New Pixel Buds

Talking Tech

02:05 min | Last week

We Test out Google's New Pixel Buds

"Recently as you heard. I tried out. Amazon's echo buds. Now it looks like mike. You've gotten your hands on another set of new wireless headphones right. That's right. I just tried. Google new pixel buds a-series earbuds which are available for preorder now due out june seventeenth. This google's third iteration of the pixel buds and it seems as if the buds get better along the way and a big selling point. The prices continued to go down. These new earbuds cost ninety nine dollars while they won't have some of the premium features. You find on the higher. Priced earbuds wireless. You're just apple's airpods and samsung's galaxy buds pro. They might be right for some listeners. Because those pro earbuds cost of more get into the two hundred dollars or more range but these are half that price. The main pitcher. You'll you won't get as active noise. Cancellation which basically touched a block out your environment. She can have a pure listening experience however the new pixel buds do have an adaptive sound setting which adjusts the volume to match your environment. So for instance. When i was walking around outside. I could still kind of here. A little of the ambient noise like Buses cars going by. But i. If i understand what the what it does and i didn't. I can't guarantee you that what this is doing. When i'm walking around but it's here's a loud voice. It could earn a loud noise. It continues for a bit. It will try to give you a little bit more sound. For instance like a cargo by real quickly car. Honk won't be affected. When i was walking outside. I will say though. I could still hear the constant home of cicadas which have until traded our part of the country. So you know an active noise cancellation. Earbud would probably do a better job than that. But you know when i was walking around and miss alison podcast music. I didn't find it at a problem at all. I thought it was really a really a worthwhile. You know a good product. That's either for the price

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Billie Eilish Drops 'Lost Cause' Music Video

Ace and TJ

00:22 sec | Last week

Billie Eilish Drops 'Lost Cause' Music Video

"The top trending video on youtube. Right now it's a new song called lost call videos. Got a bunch of girls dancing around and twerking those girls are dancing around and truck. Around another then billie eilish which comes as a little bit of a surprise to a lot of people new album release at the end of july. The album will be called happier happier than ever happier than ever.

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Jacob Thornton Has a   Drunk Driver Encounter

Drive with Us Podcast

02:03 min | Last week

Jacob Thornton Has a Drunk Driver Encounter

"Welcome jake thanks so much for joining us today. Well i'm glad to be here more super excited to hear all your crazy driving stories. So let's start with what you would say is one of your most craziest driving experiences one of my most craziest driving experiences. What have to be the summer of twenty eighteen. This was right before i graduated college. I was going out with a couple of buddies of mine. And we just got back from penn stack and we are just driving down seventy five north just rocking out to music having fun windows down on all four sides and all of a sudden comes this random person it looked like they are driving a corvette day. Start tailgating me and my friend. We were literally the only ones out on the road. We're like the hey. Let's go mess with them. And i'm like heck. Yeah we're going. We're going to teach him a lesson. And of course i don't play nice when it comes to tailgaters. I really i really don't. I'm like the enforcer on the road. Because i teach them you know. Hey the closer you get the slower. I'm going to go. But i don't harm anyone. Of course. I just do that to tell them. Hey don't do this so anyway. We're like yeah. Let's let's mess with them for a bit. See what happens. Speed limits to seventy five on a highway. The guys tailgating me and my friend. The two other lanes are open. No excuse me. Three lanes were the only two cars on the highway. This point everywhere. Everyone else's six sixteen hundred feet back like way back there at this point. The car behind Switches lanes and we do the same thing we switch over to the right lane and he's tailgating us both keep switching lanes until we both go off the exit ramp. We go off the exit ramp and their tailgating and slowing down and we return to get off other road. We come face to face with the driver and it's not a guy but it's a woman so me and my friend at this point. Had the windows up in the music turned down to medium. We both realized we were just making a woman very upset and she was like in her

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Police Question Charlotte Rapper DaBaby After Miami Shooting

Atlanta's Morning News

00:19 sec | Last week

Police Question Charlotte Rapper DaBaby After Miami Shooting

"Bond on felony murder charges. Miami police question rapper The baby after a double shooting on ocean Drive in my Miami Beach late on Memorial Day. They release him but arrest two others, including the rapper wisdom for attempted murder and aggravated assault. Wisdoms, an artist on the baby's label music Midtown just announced the baby is one of the headliners of

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Eurovision Song Contest 2021

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:01 min | Last week

Eurovision Song Contest 2021

"Our two hundred episode julie and i basically we watched eurovision. And we're gonna talk to you about it. And i cannot wait. We are going to break down. This is like those. And i didn't realize this was a thing either. I mean. I don't know why i didn't think so. But like there are tons of youtube accounts where people are like reacting to lithuanians song in eurovision. Twenty twenty one. Yeah yeah like the goggle box. Basically you in england. And we're you know we were over there. We would be flipping through the channel. Yahtzee like we're gonna have folks celebrity goggle box and we'd be like why are we going to and then we would. We would watch them watching the tv and be like what are we doing here. And just yeah yeah. It's very popular. It's extremely popular to watch other people. React to a thing that you're both watching. I mean i'm one hundred percent on board with it. Yeah so we're gonna do kind of do that for you guys. Only two weeks later and three years. Yeah through an audio medium. Yeah it'll be great. Yeah because especially we had so many people episode eighty was called no eurovision. all about eurovision. We had so many people who are like either. They had been your vision devotees for decades. Yeah contact us or people who are like. I didn't even know this was any. Yeah exactly and i think before that you and i might have been somewhere in between we might have been like. Oh yeah your vision where they wear like crazy costumes each year right like we always know some scandinavian countries going to show up wearing a mask and for and horns and something somebody will be in a spacesuit. Yes hang on stage together. I think that's probably where we were on that spectrum by certainly was not aware of how and this is like i mean how like american centric like north american centric and this is but i guess i didn't realize how huge it was. How huge like the music olympics. Yeah absolutely

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Fanny Mendelssohn: Women Composers

Classics for Kids

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Fanny Mendelssohn: Women Composers

"Both girls and boys today especially in the united states can dream about doing pretty much anything they want. When they grow up in nineteenth century germany when felix mendelssohn and his older sister. Fanny lived if you were a girl. You're expected to get married and spend your time taking care of your husband and children but fanny. Mendelssohn was very talented pianist and composer As kids fanny and felix mendelssohn took lessons and perform together. Their father had no problem with his son being a professional musician. But he told his daughter. Fanny that there was only one suitable thing for her to become a housewife. Fanny did get married to an artist. Named william hensel which she was known as fanny mendelssohn hensel and she kept on composing even though she never had the career her brother felix did fanny wrote over four hundred pieces of music a

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A highlight from S14E12  Clinics Lifesaver Yanked

Ubuntu Podcast

04:59 min | 2 weeks ago

A highlight from S14E12 Clinics Lifesaver Yanked

"Do as amir review of that device but also talk about some of the decisions that we make when we buying things for kids and how they might differ from when we buy things ourselves given the when i was a kid was four years ago. Yes they're going. Different necessarily when revolting charles selves as kids when we making women making technology purchasing decisions. Here we say right. So what did you buy. I something called a yoto player. Which is an audio player for. Kids designed to be used by kids. So what is little cube which connects to your wi fi and has a couple of speakers. A nice of soft diffused led matrix display on the front. It's like sixteen by sixteen or something is not very high resolution displays. Yes oh it's like it doesn't. It doesn't display video displays like icon right or something like that To show what's playing and the way the the way that you get stuff onto it is you have a little. Nfc cards which you put in a slot and then that tells you what to play an leader if it's a radio station or it can stream it or if it's an audio book it can download it to the device and play off line and then the way that the way that you tell you what to play. Once he's downloaded. is you. Swap the cards in and out. I thought this was a really nice idea. Because when when my brother and i were kids we had little cassette players. And we'd have cassettes with stories and nursery rhymes and music. And we'd record our own you have these physical things which you swap in and out but all of my media. These days is all my server. And i've got various ways of playing it but there's no physical connection to the that media and i thought this is a really nice way of giving my little girl a way of having a physical connection to the media. She's listening to hear it's interesting you talk about like exchangeable like cartridges effective. You look like gameboy gaming is not media. Consumption by gameboy countries is like child hans size the exchange and it's very it's very tactile. You put it out and you when you put a different winning. Go different picture on different and very much. Like the switch difficulty. I think the switch cards about small as you can go really with small children not eating them but these are like credit card sized things that basically a standard nfc card. So if you've got like a badge for work or something which used to open the door is basically one of those right. And i was actually really impressed with how intuitive they are because we had one playing and we gave my logo another one and she's eighteen months old and she walked up to it. She pulled out the call that was in there. She stuck in the other one hundred years as happy as anything about it. So it's really really simple but a really intuitive system are like that i think that's really elegant. Yeah i mean it's also quite clever because the nfc card sort of gates access to the content as well right. Yeah exactly so. I mean you can buy ones which you can write yourself or you can buy them from the store with stuff preloaded on i have been doing a bit of investigation to work out a gig of how it works like the cards themselves. Just have a you alrea on which read stuff from the oto points to the oto website and you can scan it with your phone and just go to the website and play the media in your browser. Even i've got to writing my own card and seeing how much mess with it. So could you anticipating maybe you could leverage the media sogno media server and put fowzia compatible with this device on on our savvy you host so that you can then program at the euro. Put them in and it plays what you want. That's why i'm wondering. I mean you can like you can make your own playlist with your own media and uploads it to their service and then you put the collagen and ill download to your device. There's already a means of putting your in media on the device but and this is part of the discussion. I was hoping to lead into was f- the company goes away forever even if they go bankrupt if they get bought out by someone by competitor or by someone who doesn't want to keep this particular service going they might have a competing service then. There's a risk that it goes away and these these media doesn't work anymore so it got me thinking you won't be a how could i ensure long longevity for this device and would i if i was buying something like this for myself would i have chosen this one or do i have strict rules for myself on what i'm willing to. I'm willing to

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Superhero/Supermodel Nina Agdal

Ageless

02:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Superhero/Supermodel Nina Agdal

"This week. We have our friend nina. Agdal on the podcasts. You probably know her from sports illustrated but she is also a health and wellness guru. She has the doll method. Which is her fitness app and hosts classes in the hamptons. She is amazing. So we hope you guys love this episode as much as we loved her courting it and let us know your thoughts over on instagram. So let's just jump right into it with nina. I want to hear first about your health and wellness journey and how you first got into fitness. Oh my god. I mean dad journey honestly goes back to when i was so little like i grew up with a soccer dad like he trained my brother to to play soccer. My brother went semi pro and my family has always been so active like they were like you know. We weren't so into music or traveling like he was like playing sports like entering competitions. Always trying something new like my dad was like try something like if you're good at it continue doing it if you enjoy continue doing it but just keep trying new things so i basically grew up with that and started dancing. Competitively then started. Playing basketball again tried. Every single sport and played it started entering my teenage years where other things in life start happening like parties. And you know you wanna do other things than going to basketball games and dancing competitively. So i kinda like didn't do as many sports then. But that's when i was discovered to do modeling to and obviously modeling comes with a certain responsibility. Like i like to describe it. It's like you know you have to be a professional athlete. 'cause it's definitely moving towards the direction where the body and the sizing and the measurements are not as important thing god. We're getting there. But when i started. What is that thirteen years ago. It was not a thing where with okay to be like different sizes which is a completely different topic conversation. But that's when. I got into fitness where i really had to like. Educate myself on how to take care of my body which is also process. Because there's so many ways to do it like you know that just living in new york it's like there's a gym and a method and a right and a wrong way on every single corner and how to how to train yourself and how to get in shape and

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"you music" Discussed on Never Loved Elvis

Never Loved Elvis

03:02 min | 8 months ago

"you music" Discussed on Never Loved Elvis

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"you music" Discussed on Never Loved Elvis

Never Loved Elvis

06:50 min | 8 months ago

"you music" Discussed on Never Loved Elvis

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"you music" Discussed on Never Loved Elvis

Never Loved Elvis

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"you music" Discussed on Never Loved Elvis

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"you music" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

06:19 min | 9 months ago

"you music" Discussed on The Children's Hour

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"you music" Discussed on The Jai Show

The Jai Show

03:46 min | 10 months ago

"you music" Discussed on The Jai Show

"It was titled Music.

"you music" Discussed on The Jai Show

The Jai Show

04:59 min | 10 months ago

"you music" Discussed on The Jai Show

"I already knew. There was something inside of you something. I thought that I would never find Angel of birth. And songs like sweet lady won't you be my sweet love for I'll be there when you need me. Just call that receive me. I don't want to get a bit more modern. The R&B of this era is nice, but it doesn't give me.

"you music" Discussed on The Jai Show

The Jai Show

05:22 min | 10 months ago

"you music" Discussed on The Jai Show

"Pop sound. And the mid-to-late nineties now, I was born in nineteen eighty-eight. Okay, so that means that my era took out era of Music in the youth what I've gone from 2007 to When did I turn 18 cuz I'm trying to go from like eight. That's a really good question. Do they turn eighteen? Oh.

"you music" Discussed on The Jai Show

The Jai Show

05:58 min | 10 months ago

"you music" Discussed on The Jai Show

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"you music" Discussed on Behind The Scenes: Stranger Things 3

Behind The Scenes: Stranger Things 3

03:27 min | 10 months ago

"you music" Discussed on Behind The Scenes: Stranger Things 3

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"you music" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"you music" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Kind of like okay. We'll give you a one or two thousands shop and play the hits or the DAFT punk was. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah and that's even more complicated when you're a worship artist because people are singing along if they don't know the some then you really throwing a wrench into the expectations. So I wanted to ask a little bit about that. How do they walk that Tattoo? They navigate that tension between wanting to make sure the audience knows what's going on and can join with what they're doing but also giving them some new things and the offering them and he. He had a lot of thoughts about that. That's attention we felt with trying to introduce a bunch of new songs and this year. You Know Louis really led the charge on this and really lead us to think this way. he was saying. Hey let's really focus on leading the people and let's Let's not go in trying to lead all our brand new stuff and try to get all these new songs out there. Let's let's release a few things before we get there and then really stand in Mercedes Benz stadium in that moment and lead the people and I really you know. I'm so grateful to Louis for leading us that way because I think all of us would agree. That's that's what happened Conference this year. Obviously there's a benefit to putting out a bunch of new music especially like you said being a worship ban being anchored in a church. We WanNA put out music. That's helpful for the CHURCH AND USEFUL FOR PEOPLE TO SING and we definitely WANNA do that. And so we we try to distill it down to these these new songs that we were already singing at our church that felt like well either already. They've already been super helpful for us. Let's put these out there and then we can continue to release new music. Maybe as this year goes on it is cool to see how that community. They're really fosters creativity. You know the it is and a and he went on to say and I wanted to end on this one That there is sort of this. I think the way for a while where kind of all worshiped music sounded a little bit like like.

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"you music" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"you music" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Feel like. I've seen research that has talked about listening to like more aggressive. Styles of music makes people drive faster Definitely but I've also seen research that says that people who are driving faster tend to make less mistakes because they're paying more attention than people who are driving really but the mistakes they make are more catastrophic. I did say rousing inspirational rousing inspirational music. That does sound like it's about art then. I know personally that I cannot right and listened to music at the same time but I can draw and listen to music at the same sometime but like the conflict of words with other words sue even instrumental music. Though I don't know yes to me. I try to listen the instrumental music. While reading or writing my brain goes too much much I cannot yeah I can listen to like BA hackers occurs soundtrack. While I write emails and I feel like it makes me just blast. The museum and I want to do all these emails you can. What is that creative work? Well emails can be creative. But usually if I'm resorting to the hackers soundtrack. It means that I needed to write a lot of emails and somebody. Emails are going to be of low quality. Not but they're going to at least be sent A. I don't really have strong opinions. Eight music music in in in high school art class. My Art teacher would sometimes let people play music on their headphones..

"you music" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"you music" Discussed on Bobbycast

"Yeah. Gravity Electric play into your leads. Okay what Montana thinks crazy. Yes so you were in. You do look a little bit like Hannah Montana. Best both worlds. Yeah she does so you were performing in Highschool as Hannah Montana impersonator. Yep and did you do the thing where you had laney open up for him to Montana. Es Oh you did idea. That'd be a funny dad. I was like we're not leaving here without them. Knowing my name to bobby come on so you would open. Yes and then you would put on Hannah Montana's costume okay. So I had a little portable sound system and little piece of John on Karaoke machine style thing and I had the wig I had outfits I would go to a lot of these birthday. It was like birthday parties fairs festivals roles. Last one I did was at Saint Jude and a lot of the time. They didn't want Laney Wilson. There they just wanted Hannah Montana to come party or whatever so but I wouldn't be sure to ask him. I'd be like Ken. Ken Laney make an appearance too. So yeah I would I get up there sing a few songs play my guitar and And I'd be like and you know the songs. Oh Yeah. Did you ever do the climb idea. Do you think that you know. And it's a funny story This is probably one of my most defining moments of like you gotta do. This gotTA move to Nashville. I was at Saint Jude. And this little girl had had brain surgery like two days prior our to the Hannah Montana concert and they had told me before they were like you know. You can't touch the kids unless they come up to you and you know then you can touch them you know if they make the first move forest and dating. Yeah I get it trust me. Don't make the first move. But Anyway I was just about saying the KLOM and her dad he wielder up to the front and she was saying in every word to the climb and I mean Hannah. Montana's cry on my wig is on sideways. I'm like everybody. In the in. The whole entire building squally and anyway our turnaround and then she looks at me again a and I entered the microphone and she sings the entire song like bar. Sales just kills it. Everybody's gone and she has made the microphone back and she meant to say Hannah Montana Your must over but she said Hannah Montana. I'm your store I was like you know what you are and I have got to do this. The rest of my life. And how long did you do hang on personality five years. Wow is that it was that you're paying gig absolutely. I made way more money than I do. Now I'm GonNa tell you right now. I think there's often a misconception too with how much artists make until they're really making it we make it's almost like lower class and then there's no middle class. No very rare. It's low in the booth in not just music music but anything creative. Even mind I was broke. Broke broke broke not broke anymore. It went because as soon as someone's value and you they start investing can you because they know that if they invest and you're GonNa make them way more money that's right and it's always with any amount of money that you make. It's how much money are you making the person paying you. That's right and that's why artists who it may not seem like they're doing a lot of actual work especially like where I come from. A mill town has real work through. That was like hard the labor work. But it's how much money can someone make off of you. What is your skill that we can? I use the word exploit. What's the skill that we can exploit and we can make money and then you make no no no no no money that someone goes? Oh you're actually valuable. Now we're GONNA pay you it's crazy it's a crazy eighty world that we live in crazy. So we met with Broncos the video he was He had posted the video. And I reached out to you because I did know who you were. I just saw you dancing with them and I look to. That was like Oh. She's an artist. She lives here in town. And so I hit you up and I was like hey we come teach me how to do this dance and you were so nice enough to go. I mean I can but why don't I call Blanco and just have no I was like. Oh Wow. She's he's like foregoing any sort of shot to being a video to actually do the noble thing to get the real guy. So you're how I knew Blanco and then you came out. You came over anyway which I thought was great and use you worked with Kaley Hammock. Yeah and Bronco worked with me and I remember telling you because I didn't I never heard your music and I was like if you're any good I'm going to make this up to you but only if you're any good don I appreciate your honest. I'm not GonNa do it if you if I don't love it and you know and I didn't even get your music from you. Got Your music from one of my guys because we have to say management are you. Were You red light and you. I think you were deciding at that. Point who management was and so I was like hey I heard your whole record and I was like Oh you did and I rarely listen to people's music but I was just so grateful that you are so giving of your time and then you didn't even want anything you're like no not the video you now's glad to be here. You're like nothing. I don't need anything and I was like. Wow if she's any good no she is and then you were like you definitely have a style about you I started falling in history. I don't even bother people instagram volume instagram. You Music's great when we get to pick the show this year at the Reimann. I picked like to new artists every year that I really think our big things happening for by the way Lou. Combs was that guy. I two years ago. You know I mean it's it's been a a really cool thing to be able to do that though shows and so it was you and I've just been real real happy happy to see you just appreciate your support. How how fresh your voices how different it is while still? Oh being who you really are thank you. It's so hard to be authentic and be different and keep at it when people are going. I don't know but the people they hit the hardest are the people that you would go. I don't know because if you don't people aren't like I don't know then it means you're like everybody else I honestly I can't be anything but myself if anybody was trying to change me. It just wouldn't work. You know what also find really cool about us. I don't know your friend. Who's your best friend Casey? Casey Tyndall I only know from your instagram. Your grandma but you guys are together him best. I can tell you guys are like like best friends best friends and yeah and I like I I can appreciate shit like that's real stuff. You're picking her a hard time well and I don't again she. She's an artist too. Yes she is good. She's awesome before although she is. I'm telling you right now. I'm not I'm not friends with sucky people Here's your cash onto them from the picture last night your caption. Five Year Old Lady. Who is terrified? I had to sing butterfly kisses at her kindergarten. Graduation would really be freaking out tonight. soundcheck at the Reimann was just magical. Thought it would be so candid up tonight. I mean every word it's pretty cool Every word play a little bit of your music. I think some of our our folks would like to hear your music. They haven't yet Mike let's do a dirty looks. which is the current current single.

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"you music" Discussed on All In The Mind

All In The Mind

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"you music" Discussed on All In The Mind

"Let's move on to musical performance thin and the human experience of music performance generally is very varied varied and we might have an emotional reaction to a certain musical work. But only if it's performed by certain musician or in Kyoto Kiddo concert hall and other performances by different performers or in a different whole Dan illicit the same emotional response. Do we know anything about that. We did a study published. I think two or three years ago in which we asked people to use a rating scale to identify identify their preferences for a wide variety of musical styles. And so I do prefer country music or I don't prefer jazz or whatever their responses were and and then we put them in the scanner and we asked them to listen to six different piece of music four of them represented different western styles so it was classical music country western Western jazz and I think heavy metal some kind of rock music. Sh the fifth category was Chinese opera. We made sure it was unfamiliar to these the people that that was not part of their background and then the sixth piece was their personal choice. They're all time favorite and it could or did not have to be one of the genre if they'd already already heard. Each one of these was five minutes long so they listened to essentially thirty minutes of music nonstop going from each of the forage honors in the Chinese Opera Opera. And then they're all time favorite and exactly as you said when we asked them for their all time favorite many of them most of them specified a particular recording and we got not that recording. So one person I want to listen to the last movement mortgage second symphony with Simon Rattle and the Birmingham Philharmonic. So we got that very particular CD not a different different conductor. Or I WANNA hear Alan Jackson singing. Where were you in? The world stopped spinning. That's the recording. We got.

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"you music" Discussed on All In The Mind

All In The Mind

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"you music" Discussed on All In The Mind

"On our in online Malcolm. We're hearing pace of music by bark played unusually by a saxophone quartet for some people an individual piece of music or a particular blend of musical style instrumentation. Hi Sean or recording. Location may have a special place in their brain today. We'll he new insights into the complex relationship between between music and cognition as you know. Einstein's brain has been preserved and Einstein was a very accomplished and very avid violinist. And so somebody. He was asked to look at Einstein's brain without telling him WHO's brain. You're looking at just look at this brain and the guy said yeah sure this person man or woman. Whoever was was a violinist L. analyst and it was Einstein don't Hoge's professor emeritus from the University of North Carolina Greensboro and he's Co editor of the Oxford Handbook of music and the brain its groundbreaking compendium of current research into the rapidly growing field of music in the Brian? Compared with the nineteen forties. There are many more pipe is now being published on this topic. Produce a Diane Dane. Has I've been speaking with John. Hodges and I asked why research has increased. The largest answer is the sophistication of the equipment things like machines and fm our machines and so on and also another significant changes that Wendy's machines. I became available to look inside the human brain and they were used almost exclusively for medical purposes and it really wasn't until perhaps the mid to late eighties at the earliest and then onto the nineties and now increasingly increasingly so that we have scanners those we call them brain imaging equipment that's available for pure research and so I very first started at the the Research Imaging Center at the University of Texas San Antonio Health Science Center. This was one of the first opportunity we had to do research without having to stop when the evidence came in to bring in a patient the field of music and the brain in the past has taken a reductionist perspective. Could you just outline the reductionist view. Each one of these rampaging technologies protocols has a fairly limited scope so that in some cases if we look at EEG and ERP event related potential. These things are looking at how the brain responds in less than a second. The at the end of the scale when you're looking at something like pad or positron emission tomography you're looking at regional cerebral blood flow. So is how all the blood flow changes from one part of the brain to another in response to what you're asking it to do what we call hemodialysis response and it takes quite about long over that blood blood flow to get there and so now. You're majoring in terms of minutes. Rather than less than a second. So each one of these protocols gives us a particular window into the brain an and ideally we would want all of these combined into one massive experiment but there are several major problems of that one is that the technologies don't necessarily integrate very well with each other so for example with FM. Are I. That's a huge magnet magnetic resonance imaging. That magnitude is so strong that you can't take anything metallic into the imaging room and which case obviously you couldn't take a trumpet in that and even if you couldn't take trump within there you can't play it why they're laying in the scanner so they're limited things you can do and you have to fear tasks to get around those limitations. So is music especially suited to studying the Brian. What are the advantages of using music? One of the things I think gives music tremendous disadvantage. When you're looking at cultural aspects is that it's absolutely ubiquitous from anthropological and ethnomusicologist as we know that there are no cultures that have existed at any time and any place that didn't have artistic beavers in general on musical behavior specifically as part of their cultural behavioral repertoire so that gives us an enormous universality if you will never mind the fact that music's are so different from culture to culture what music even means and whether they even have a word Ford or not but at least every culture does seem to have something that we would recognize as an so? That certainly isn't advantage. The fact that it's non verbal and thus nonspecific and somewhat ambiguous I think is another advantage. It's not necessarily better or worse than using language. One of the real difficulties movies that were beginning to face. Now that we've finally got some tools and some expertise and so now allow is that it's harder and harder to find anybody around the world who has not been exposed in most cases quite considerably to western music and so the indigenous people who are used to the music culture and never been exposed to Western music's there are fewer and far between and so that's and of course. It's not likely that you could take pet scanner out into the bush country where you might find someone like that. And so we're running out of time. Frankly we get out some of these cross cultural responses and placing it in the very broad cultural context and the universally recognized things about music music. Is it possible that paypal would process their indigenous music and non indigenous music in a different way. We do have some work at one of the chapters. Called cultural distance a computational approach to exploring cultural influences on music cognition long fencing title which simply you mean the they've gathered. The research began to look at that very question and it looks as if many basic processing areas would be the same so for for example auditory CORTEX that hearing centers would be the same motor systems would be the same. But it's the cultural aspects that make the way those brain systems work is quite different. So you find people who are comfortable listening to indigenous music and then say western art music and so they're able to go back and forth but you do find people who when they listened to quote unquote their own music. Their brain responds very differently when they hear music from another culture. And and usually if I could over generalize the brain really likes to understand for this presented with with visual or smell or taste or touch. The more in this case sounds and music when we're presented with something we don't understand. The brain worked very hard to try to make sense and usually it tries to make sense of based on what he knows if I've been raised and a Western tonal all music culture and so I'm presented. Let's say with Chinese opera. Everything about is so different but my brain is massively trying to fit it in to the structures that I already have and it would take a long time and a great deal of learning to create new categories new ways of understanding everything the Timbre you're the rhythmic aspects the harmonic aspects expressive elements and songs. Over this is a really intriguing field and there are some interesting work but it it is still quite a bit at the early stages of object. Let's say we're in the United States someplace and we want to do a cross cultural study studied. Where do we find anybody in our communities with his New York City or San Francisco on Chicago one of the big cities? You can certainly find many people alluded with indigenous backgrounds but finding people who haven't been listening to quite a bit of western music on television and movies would be quite difficult so now let's say well. Let's go due to a remote village in China or Mongolia or in the Bush country of Australia or wherever you are. And how do you get the brain imaging equipment out there. It could be getting easier in the sense that we might begin to have more ambulatory equipment. That could be taken out into the field but again it'll be harder and harder to find people who have quote unquote pure untainted ear that they only heard their own cultures.

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"you music" Discussed on Download This Show

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02:25 min | 1 year ago

"you music" Discussed on Download This Show

"Threes <music>. Some people have like a pay what you want what you think it's worth. I think with micro payments there will be people who want to chip in twenty dollars. There will be people who want to chip in <music> five. They'll be people want to chip in. Nothing and i think that's okay and perhaps that will normalize things moving forward because when you do have that option of paying assign percentage than a won't be going rolling when the idea of paying music comes back into kind of being no more and i think you're you're right in that like we just western cultures very different to the asian culture where that idea of gifting is just. It just seems an innate thing glad. I'm glad we're sort of like v._8. In the direction of is it because you sent her an email elliott dumb in which sort of struck me as surprising which is the top ten most watch music videos on youtube this year. Only one is entirely sung in england. Are there lessons in western. Music and western media should be looking at. I think the lesson is that we're gonna have to learn a sense of humility and that we're not the center of the world that we might be out of the country. <hes> half of all the music listen to on the internet comes from youtube. Every other streaming service in the world is the fifty percent youtube dominates youtube ease the king here particularly in india south america. <hes> and parts of asia youtube is just is king. Why why does it does the pattern of behavior different places to sort of because it's free you can you can. You're paying for money like a lotta. These exciting detailed culture not yet free. It's still an issue issue in asia south america's getting it under control but like rampant music piracy in those on the world so the idea of paying music just again isn't isn't there culturally for them. It's interesting. We talk about the idea of micro payments. Paying for music at all was just not part of that culture and so you saw youtube is there. It's free the same in the pacific as well also so particular. I think you have that visual element as well particularly in india where like bollywood ryan yeah that visual element was really strong and these the the markets that have a real tysoe very like hyper localized lack. Most of the music is being consumed in these big what you will call like emerging markets rockets south america's a little bit different but but in india and in parts of asia..

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"you music" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

Walking the Shadowlands

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"you music" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

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"you music" Discussed on The Nightly Rant

The Nightly Rant

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"you music" Discussed on The Nightly Rant

"The guy that was charging twenty nine ninety five a month was ripping you off because they were giving the same exacting the nineteen it's true because it's all licensing license it musically though i put a vpn in my phone and now i can access canadian spotify and that's interesting that i'm traveling to canada and let me listen to katie and spotify that it's comes down to now comes down to user interface what interfaced you like the best it's like what was it we were talking about talking about something about how using a certain softwares easier than another software but we like the features of the software better but this offer like the user infants i don't remember what it was clough had nothing to do with ties management but in any event twenty in any event i think that's what it comes down to what we will get what people get comfortable with that's what they do you know i'll tell you something i've discovered something i have fine tuned my music lists and everything so well on spotify and i listened so much to just play lists that i don't know all of the new features that it has i don't even know and i don't know how to get to the old features i need to spend some time learning that but you're right i think spotify has the most intuitive easy method for funding music music app before they came out with apple music like when it was just you tunes yeah that interfaith was the bomb i liked it a lot if it's easy to work with could find things you could start things of all the new apple music interface i've tried i felt like it i think i think i was kind of ghetto well i liked it software developer so i look at it differently but i think it was kinda get one it was literally just two lists left was a menu right was the content and when you're looking at video content and look the same as when you're looking at audio content and look the same as when you were looking at books is all on the computer but it didn't look the same on the phone on the phone didn't have a music app in the phone just had i tunes on the phone now it was called music i don't remember that maybe it's because i didn't get an iphone until the iphone five but i haven't touched before that but i had like i o s seven was the first ios i had and it had music entered before that i was just dumb you're on the dark side and before i had the android i had a flip phone so well i slowly progressed into the lights i think we could talk forever about music we should probably take this topic up another day that's good because i really do want to go to sleep really you're tired why would you be tired accu you did work today i really didn't do well no complaining while being busy later i will be busy tomorrow i only handled the emergency things today anyway conine everyone luay go are you everyone this is mike and i truly hope you enjoyed the show you're able to subscribe to the show on teams google play and stitcher so as to never miss an episode if by chance you did miss an episode here or there you can catch up on all shows past and present by heading over to yogis podcast network dot com forward slash t an our show thanks for listening