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Noizio – ambient sound equalizer for relax or productivity.
Feeling that the noise of the big city is too much for you to bear? Just turn on the sound and allow yourself to become engulfed in the tranquil sounds of nature. Whether you wish to feel as if you’re sitting near a fireplace under a cozy blanket, or that you’re meditating on a desolate sea shore as gusts of wind ruffle your hair, Noizio will be there to set the mood. With this ambient sound equalizer, not only will you be able to relax, but you will also increase your productivity, as you’re trying to concentrate on your work!
noise  white-noise  productivity  app  mac 
3 days ago by wernsting
A Soft Murmur
Mix ambient sounds together to wash away distraction and help you focus or relax
noise  background  ambient  sound 
5 days ago by victorfuertes
Make Noise Co. | Wogglebug
The "WoggleBug" is a random voltage generator, originally designed by Grant Richter of Wiard Synthesizers. It is a continuation of the "smooth" and "stepped" fluctuating random voltage sources pioneered by Don Buchla within the Model 265 "Source of Uncertainty," expanding it to include the other-worldly Woggle CVs (stepped voltages with decaying sinusoids edges). The Wogglebug is a very musical random voltage generator where it is possible to synchronize all random signal to a Master Clock. Guaranteed to unleash your synthesizer's ID MONSTER!
modular  noise 
5 days ago by rudigermeyer
Model 371 Dual Wogglebug Module
The Woggle Bug is an utterly unique module that produces complex random voltages and tones. It reproduces the set of random voltages available from the original Buchla Model 265 "Source of Uncertainty" module. This long out of production module is representative of the most musical random voltage generators produced in the first "Golden Age" of modular synthesizers.
modular  noise 
5 days ago by rudigermeyer
John Cage – Water Walk | Best Images Collections HD For Gadget windows Mac Android
John Cage – Water Walk John Cage performing “Water Walk” in January, 1960 on the popular TV show I’ve Got A Secret. via WFMU: “At the time, Cage was teaching Experimental Composition at New York City’s New School. Eight years beyond 4:33, he was (as our smoking MC informs us) the most controversial figure […]
IFTTT  WordPress  Water  experimental  johncage  music  noise 
6 days ago by wotek
Focus at Work • Relax at Home • Sleep at Night | myNoise ®
Noise generator with calibration for particular environments or conditions; per Carl Dickinson
audio  noise  ambient  sound  soundDesign  electronicMusic 
10 days ago by JJLDickinson
Optical detection of radio waves through a nanomechanical transducer : Nature : Nature Research
Use a membrane as part of a resonant capacitor circuit to receive a specific frequency, detect activity by laser sensing membrane movement.
nanomechanical  transducer  capacitor  laser  RF  receiver  low  noise  optoelectromechanical  sensor  membrane 
14 days ago by asteroza
Giving Voice to Velvet Rage: Expressions of Queer Identity in Noise - Heathen Harvest
His work in the fields of HNW and harsh noise still continues to be at the forefront of what could arguably fall into the “queer noise” category; what does such a designation say, though? Is it the noise itself that is queer? In Queer Theory, then yes, since noise takes the approach towards “music” by resignifying and subverting the definition and presentation thereof. However, I want to stick with “queer” as a means of saying not heterosexual, not cisgendered. I want to look at artists that share, in a certain sense, a camaraderie beyond genre. This is not to say that such artists are willing (or able) to be pigeonholed, however.

Where I tend to view my own work as political by nature, Richard Ramirez disagrees. “I don’t see [my work] as political,” he writes, though he does affirm that his work under his name, and that of Black Leather Jesus, are “explicitly gay themed.” The same way straight men’s aesthetic language often trends toward the female form, Ramirez’s own leanings are what have informed his work’s aesthetics. “For many years […], I would see other artists use pornographic images of women. I didn’t see any of men at that time. I decided to use pornographic images of men then and continue to do so.”
queer  noise  music  extreme-music  metal  queer-theory  theory  queer/geek  geek  fandom  from instapaper
15 days ago by StJohnBosco
How Much Would You Like To Know About Dots?
First things first, there are currently six Dots. In the beginning they were nine, but four withdrew. Recently, a new, sixth ” . “ has joined them.

Each individual Dot’s official name is indeed ” . “, all six of them. You may also call an individual Dot “. chan”. For the sake of making them more individually relatable to mortal people, they are also given rotating nicknames. More on that later.

Another important concept ЯЯ shared with me: It’s a common human fallacy to think to yourself “I can’t see . chan’s true face because she wears sunglasses.” But I learned that this is not a correct perception. The truth is that the sunglasses make it possible for us to be able to observe the manifestation of “. chan”. In other words, the glasses they wear allow them to appear in human form as idols. My friend explained it with the following bit of cryptic lore:

・. human (a state called an idol wearing sunglasses) → symbols / shapes → characters / words → vibration → thing (Odor · taste · inorganic matter · clothing · vehicle etc.) → gas / liquid → two dimensions → (fictional) character → light, sound, voice → human.

All of these morphological changes are merely various shapes of ・, and there is no superiority or inferiority. It is not that idol changes into various shapes, but ・ is observed as various shapes, phenomena and that one form is idol. In Dots’ expression, smell, taste, vibration, updating Twitter and video, etc. are as important as the show.
music  idol  japan  noise  shoegaze  identity  dots  2017 
19 days ago by zzkt

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