Sound tagged posts

333 Tibetan Healing Bowls,Essential Oil & Raw Chocolate Experience, Sound Healing, Unity of Dallas (TX)

333 Tibetan Healing Bowls,Essential Oil & Raw Chocolate Experience, Sound Healing, Unity of Dallas (TX)
Event on 2017-11-11 18:30:00
333 Tibetan Healing Bowl Galactivation Experience including the ROSE Frequency We will have 333 Tibetan Bowls from the Gilung & Sindupalachoka Villages in Nepal. We are supporting these villages in recovering and rebuilding their homes after last year's earthquake. Be a part of this truly unique experience, using these hand crafted sound tools that will wash over your being and expand your consciousness. In addition to including our high-frequency, rose essential oil and 6 other oils, and 7 chakra chocolates, Dr. DREAM and his Band of Angels will have a selection of 33 Tibetan Bowls (Master Healer grade) at this event. There will be bowls available for sale also. Galactivation?: The Universal LOVE Galactivation is a multi-sensory journey utilizing energetic modalities to create a tangible spiritual experience. The energy provides you with an opportunity to align your energy to source, promoting healing, self-empowerment and authenticity. The Flow?: Dr. DREAM guides you through visualization and storytelling into a deep meditative state. The Band of Angels joins Dr. DREAM in facilitating this amazing experience. Dr. DREAM: Dr. DREAM has been gathering groups together for the purpose of raising frequencies and expanding consciousness for many years. In January of 2010, Dr. Dream officially began the Tour of LOVE. Since that time, there have been more than 500 Galactivation Experiences, in over 170 cities around the world! As one testimonial shares: "Dr. DREAM is an Angel in human form working for our Creator to bring more Love, Light & Healing to people ….as I have been there, experienced it, and am forever grateful for a God-send…" What is a Galactivation?: "Galactivation, for us, is the use of energetic frequencies, encompassing a powerful array of tools and modalities, with the expressed Intention of facilitating, for the participant, a deeper connection to Source and a more expanded awareness of the True nature of our shared reality, all leading to a more expansive experience of Universal LOVE." The modalities that are included in this experience are: the ROSE Frequency 111 Master Healer grade, Tibetan Bowls Raw Chakra Chocolates Sound healing Citrine Generator Crystal Essential Oils donation in advance at the door 

at Unity Church of Dallas
6525 Forest Lane
Dallas, United States

More

Do you think you know the “Sound Of Music”? Here is a test to see if you do? IT IS NOT MY HOMEWORK!?

Question by HarryPotterLuver: Do you think you know the “Sound Of Music”? Here is a test to see if you do? IT IS NOT MY HOMEWORK!?
Questions 1-17

1. Why did the family have to leave Austria?
2. Who was the Third Reich?
3. What song did Maria sing to cheer herself up?
4. How many children did Captain von Trapp have?
5. In what country is the story set?
6. Why did Maria originally go to the von Trapp home?
7. Where were they going at the end of the movie?
8. Why were they walking over the mountains?
9. What did Maria use to make the children’s play clothes?
10. What did the children put in Maria’s pocket when they first met her?
11. What did Maria sit on at the dinner table at her first meal with the family?
12. How did the Captain call the children when Maria first met them?
13. What did Captain von Trapp do for a living?
14. What historic event was going on at the time of the story?
15. Who was the oldest daughter’s boyfriend?
16. Where did the von Trapp family first sing in public?
17. Where did the von Trapp’s hide when they were hiding from the Nazis?
Questions 18-29

18. What is the national flower of Austria, and was also the name of a song in the musical?
19. Which child’s name did Maria forget when she was praying?
20. What song did Maria use to teach the children to sing?
21. Why did Maria leave during the party?
22. What kind of performance did Maria and the children do for the captain and the baroness?
23. Why did the children start crying at the dinner table when Maria first came to live with them?
24. What song did Maria teach the children so they could sing to the baroness?
25. How did Rolfe alert the soldiers when he found the von Trapp family?
26. How were the children expected to behave at the beginning of the musical?
27. What was the family friend’s name who wanted to promote the von Trapp Family Singers?
28. What did Captain von Trapp tear off the house when he and Maria returned from their honeymoon?
29. What inspirational song did the Mother Superior sing to Maria to encourage her to face her problems?
Questions 30-42

30. Who was the first child who came to Maria’s room during the storm?
31. Where were the children playing when Captain von Trapp was driving the baroness home?
32. Why did Captain von Trapp have such a harsh attitude when Maria first arrived?
33. What did the Nazis want Captain von Trapp to do?
34. Why was Captain von Trapp opposed to music in the house when Maria first came?
35. What did the baroness play with the children to try to make them like her?
36. How did the children say goodnight at the party?
37. What did Leasel ask to do at the party, but her father said “no”?
38. Why did Leasel leave the dinner table at Maria’s first meal with the family?
39. Why couldn’t the Nazis chase the von Trapp’s when they fled the country?
40. Why did Captain von Trapp allow his family to sing in the festival?
41. What song did Leasel and Rolfe sing to each other in the gazebo?
42. Why did the captain decide not to marry the baroness?
Questions 42-54

42. Why did the captain decide not to marry the baroness?
43. Where did Maria enjoy being?
44. What was wrong with the family car when they were pushing it down the driveway?
45. Where did Maria and the children go for their picnic?
46. What member of the von Trapp household reported the family’s escape attempt to the Nazis?
47. Who was the announcer at the music festival?
48. Why did Maria start singing during the captain’s solo at the festival?
49. How many children were there in the family?
50. Why did the Mother Superior give Maria the assignment of being a governess?
51. Why did the captain get mad when Maria was telling him about the children?
52. Why did Grettle say she couldn’t sing after Maria left?
53. What did Leasel tell Maria when they first met and the children where telling her about their names?
54. What excuse did Maria give the Captain for her reaction when she sat on the pine cone?
Questions 54-58

54. What excuse did Maria give the Captain for her reaction when she sat on the pine cone?
55. What happened when Maria and the children first met the baroness?
56. In what year did the stage version of “The Sound Of Music” open in New York City?
57. In what year was it made into a movie?
58. In what state of the United States did part of the von Trapp family settle?
ONLY DO 42 AND 54 ONCE!!! Sorry for the mistake!
Do not answer by saying my question is too long or you don’t know! Only answer if you have the answers to the questions! It’s okay if you don’t know some of them! Answer the one’s you know.
DON’T ANSWER IF YOU DON’t HAVE A REAL ANSWER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

Best answer:

Answer by Scotty
I love that movie, but sorry its WAY too much to ask for 10 points…………..

Give your answer to this question below!

More

A detector placed perpendicular to a streaming sound wave has an active area of 10.0 cm2 and records energy in?

Question by Nicholas: A detector placed perpendicular to a streaming sound wave has an active area of 10.0 cm2 and records energy in?
A detector placed perpendicular to a streaming sound wave has an active area of 10.0 cm2 and records energy incident at a rate of 25.0 microJ/s. What is the intensity of the wave?

Best answer:

Answer by Bookworm
I = P/A

A = 10cm2 = .001 m2
P = 25 microJ/s = 25e-6 W

plug into formula given above”

I = 25e-6 / .001
I = .025 W/m2

What do you think? Answer below!

More

Set Up a Home Office Wireless Sound System

Set Up a Home Office Wireless Sound System

If you’ve used any sort of wireless device — telephone, laptop, PDA, or even a simple remote control — you know how convenient it can be. You’re not tethered to … well, to anything. And you’re free to move around while doing your work.

One area that’s ripe for wireless is a home or office sound system. Once a dream, it’s now relatively cheap and easy to set up such a system. Imagine being able to listen to your digital music without wires – you’ve probably got most of the components already. For a couple of hundred dollars or less, you can have a great wireless sound system.

Why Go Wireless?

Obviously, the main advantage to going wireless is to cut down on all of those pesky cables that have been the bane of audiophiles for decades. With

wireless, you can place your speakers just about anywhere in your home without being limited to the length of wire that connects back to your audio system.

If you’re like many people these days, you’ve probably got more music in a digital format like MP3 than you have on CD. Maybe you’ve ripped your CDs and/or

downloaded music from the iTunes Store or other popular online music vendors. It’s easier to play these files directly from your computer instead of burning

them on to a CD and having to fumble with those disks.

And let’s face it: no matter how good your PC speakers are, they’re no match for a decent set of stereo speakers. Piping your music to speakers, even those

in another room, will only enhance your listening pleasure.

http://www.papatek.com/Cell-Phone-Accessories/
How It Works

A wireless sound system works sort of like radio. A transmitter is connected to a device — usually a computer — that stores and plays your music.  A

receiver, plugged into a stereo or a set of speakers, picks up the signal from the transmitter. There are two ways in which signals can be sent from the

transmitter — analog and digital.

Analog is similar to FM (Frequency Modulation) radio. The signal is strong and constant, but the frequency of the signal changes slightly based on the

information being sent. If you still listen to terrestrial (as opposed to satellite) radio, you’re probably familiar with FM.  The quality of the signal is

good and signal strength is decent, though it can be affected by barriers (like walls) in the way of the signal.

Digital, on the other hand, converts sounds to packets of electronic data. In the case of a wireless audio system, this data is sent over the air from a

transmitter and the data is converted back to audio when it reaches the receiver. It’s really the same principle as a wireless Internet connection.

Wireless devices, like the ones described in this Tech Tip, operate over a specific range of frequencies — usually between 900 MHz to 2.4 GHz. This range of frequencies is used by most consumer wireless devices. That means a consistent level of signal quality, but it can also lead to interference from other devices. Luckily, the hardware used in setting up a wireless sound system enables you to select different frequencies to avoid or at least minimize interference.

Ways to Go Wireless

There are a couple of ways you can go wireless. If you’re an iPod user, you can turn your gadget into a music transmitter using the Wireless Music System for iPod by Logitech. This device clips to your iPod, turning it into a transmitter. You connect a small base station to your stereo or a set of powered speakers and you can use the iPod’s controls you can shuffle through songs or play your favorite play lists.

You can also get FM transmitters for certain makes of MP3 player. The transmitter — like iriver AFT-100 or the Belkin TuneCast II — plugs into your MP3 player and literally sends the music on the device to an FM receiver. That receiver could be a stereo or even a car radio. Essentially the transmitter turns your MP3 player into a short-range radio station. The range of these devices is limited – about ten to 30 feet. But over those distances, the signal is clear and has little or no interference.

Or, you can use a desktop computer (which is often called a media server) to store and broadcast your audio. You don’t need an up-to-date, lightning fast system with the latest version of your operating system (although that does help), either. An older computer running Windows XP and with a decent amount of memory and a fair sized hard drive is usually more than enough. I know at least two people who turned old eMachines desktops with 512 MB of memory and 80 GB hard disks into serviceable media servers. Using a software media player — like Windows Media Player, iTunes, RealPlayer, or WinAmp — you can create play lists or play all of your audio in bulk.

A popular way to turn a PC into a sound system is the Logitech Wireless Music System. This device consists of two parts. The first is a small transmitter that you plug into a USB port on your computer. The second is a receiver that you connect to your stereo or a set of wireless speakers. Then, just fire up the media player on your computer and you’re ready to go.

http://www.papatek.com/USB-Wireless-LAN-Adapter
The Linksys Wireless Media Center Extender not only does audio, but also video and Internet radio. The Extender looks like a DVD player with a small antenna at the back. You connect the Extender directly to your TV or stereo, and then install the software that interacts with the Extender on your PC. To use the

Media Center Extender, your PC needs to be running Windows XP Media Center Edition and you’ll need to have a wireless network up and running.

Apple has always had an edge over PCs in multimedia. If you have a recent Mac and a high-speed Internet connection, you can turn that Mac into a media server using an AirPort wireless base station. Just plug the AirPort base station into your stereo or your speakers, and let your Mac and the iTunes software do the rest. According to Apple, iTunes will automatically detect the base station and you can start playing your tunes immediately. However, at , the AirPort base station isn’t cheap, especially if you want to have your audio piped to multiple locations in your home.

Speakers

Getting good sound from a wireless system – or any audio system for that matter – is partly a matter of having a good audio source to work with and mainly

a matter of having a decent set of speakers.
The great thing about a wireless sound system is that you don’t necessarily need to buy a new set of speakers. If you have a stereo, then you can use the

speakers that you already have. If course, if you can afford it, a new set of speakers can’t hurt. The only problem with using stereo speakers is that you’re

still restricted by the speaker cables. Your sound source can be anywhere, but the position of the speakers is limited to the length of cable connecting them

to your stereo.

Wireless speakers, on the other hand, can free you of that limitation. You can (within reason) position the speakers anywhere you want in your house or even

outside. Most are light enough that you can position them anywhere. With most wireless speakers, however, will need to be positioned near an electrical

socket — this will limit where you can position your speakers. There are battery-powered wireless speakers, but most of them only hold a charge for about

four hours. As the batteries run down, so will the quality of the audio that’s coming out of them.

You can expect to pay several hundred dollars for a decent set of wireless speakers. Models from Panasonic, for example, can cost anywhere from 0 to

,700 dollars. Ones from Acoustic Research or JBL will cost quite a bit more. But, as with anything else, you get what you pay for. The quality of the sound

will be better with a slightly higher-end set of speakers. That said, you should really only buy what you can afford and if you can afford it.
You can usually find some pretty good bargains on online retailers – papatek.com, for example.

Of course, how you position your speakers in a room is almost as important as choosing the right speakers. How you position your speakers will depend on thesize of the room and its layout. You can find some good advice on this topic here and here.

http://www.papatek.com/LCD-Panel
A Few Caveats

Remember that a wireless sound system has a limited range — from around 30 feet to 100 feet, maybe a bit more. This isn’t a problem in the average home, but if you want to play music outside then you might experience a drop in the quality of the sound.

Speaking of putting your speakers outside, while it may seem like a good idea to have your favorite bit of music playing during a BBQ or garden party,remember that many speakers aren’t meant for use outdoors. They could get damaged by the weather or careless guests. If you’re using battery-powered speakers, remember that the life of the batteries is limited — probably (hopefully!) shorter than the duration of your party.

On top of that, the sound that is sent to speakers might not arrive at the same moment, depending on how far the from your media center the speakers are set.

In most cases, you might not notice any problems with the sound. Sometimes, though, you will definitely notice a small lag. If that happens, then you’ll have

to experiment with the placement of your speakers.

As mentioned earlier, most wireless devices operate in a similar range of frequencies. Some wireless speakers work in the range of 900 MHz. That’s the

frequency range used by many common household wireless devices like cordless telephones or baby monitors. You might encounter some interference from such devices in your home or even those used by a neighbor (depending on how close your nearest neighbor lives to you).

Conclusion

For less than a couple of hundred dollars (more, if you want to splurge), you can put together a decent wireless sound system in your home or office.

Installing and configuring the hardware and software doesn’t take long and once that task is out of the way, you can enjoy your music anywhere in your homeor office without worrying about stringing (and tripping over) a knot of unsightly cables.Or you may just buy the things on net,such as papatek.com

Article from articlesbase.com

More

All About Guitars – Strings, Shape And Sound

All About Guitars – Strings, Shape And Sound

`Still my guitar gently weeps` – if you have been as touched by this haunting Beatles number as countless others have been but are clueless about guitars per se; well, here is a quick run-through.

Guitars basically fall into two categories; acoustic and electrical. Acoustic guitars are the most traditional and the most commonly used guitars. Made of thin wood, these guitars are hollow and large and do not use any external amplification. Because these are hollow, when attached to any electronic devices, the acoustic signals in them get transferred to an amplifier. They are suitable for any type of music but suit the genre of country or folk music best. Acoustic guitars again come in different categories and each has its own characteristics. They are the classical, twelve-string, steel, bass and resonator guitars.

Classical guitars have strings made of nylon and they have wider necks in comparison to other guitars. These guitars are mostly used for classical music and ballads and the sounds emanating from them are warm and gentle. A classical guitar is excellent for playing the Flamenco as the full-bodied sounds emerging from the guitar complements that particular style of music very well. This guitar is also great for chord-plucking, running arpeggios and nail-strumming. Since these guitars have wide necks with short fingers, playing them can be quite challenging.

The twelve-string guitar is made up of twelve strings as opposed to the more common six strings which make up the majority of the guitars. The strings are so paired that each pair has the same note but with one of the string tuned at a higher octave. A semi-chorus type of effect is achieved with his arrangement of the strings.

The steel guitars are played in a horizontal manner by either keeping them on their stands or placing them across the knees of the player. The two main types of the steel guitars are the lap steel guitars and the pedal steel guitars.

Bass guitars may have strings ranging from four to six with the four string guitar being most commonly used. The strings of a bass guitar are long and thick and tuning the guitar can be quite a difficult job. This guitar brings out the bass of the rhythm and electric bass guitars are beginning to be more popular.

Resonator guitars were basically invented to increase the volume of the music of the traditional acoustic guitar. These guitars are made of metal, unlike the usual wood and are most popularly used in country music, bluegrass and the blues. They are also known as resophonic guitars.

Electric guitars are different from the acoustic ones in that require amplification for the music to be heard properly. Unlike the classical guitars, they have longer necks and solid or semi-hollow bodies. They have to be connected to amplifiers to increase the vibrations which are generated by playing upon these guitars. The strings of electric guitars are fine-tuned with the help of control knobs and these also produce a variety of tunes. Electric guitars are much easier to play as less force is required to press its strings and tuning is also comparatively simpler. These guitars are used to generate heart-thumping music and thus are ideally suited for rock, hip-hop, funk and rap music.

Archtop guitars are hollow or semi-solid and use thick steel strings and can be either electric or acoustic. Jazz music is prominently played on these guitars and they are characterized by their arch-like shape at the top.

So, all you wannabe Elvis Presleys or Beatles fans can now take their pick from these guitars and strum to their hearts` content!

`Still my guitar gently weeps` – if you have been as touched by this haunting Beatles number as countless others have been but are clueless about guitars per se; well, here is a quick run-through.

Guitars basically fall into two categories; acoustic and electrical. Acoustic guitars are the most traditional and the most commonly used guitars. Made of thin wood, these guitars are hollow and large and do not use any external amplification. Because these are hollow, when attached to any electronic devices, the acoustic signals in them get transferred to an amplifier. They are suitable for any type of music but suit the genre of country or folk music best. Acoustic guitars again come in different categories and each has its own characteristics. They are the classical, twelve-string, steel, bass and resonator guitars.

Classical guitars have strings made of nylon and they have wider necks in comparison to other guitars. These guitars are mostly used for classical music and ballads and the sounds emanating from them are warm and gentle. A classical guitar is excellent for playing the Flamenco as the full-bodied sounds emerging from the guitar complements that particular style of music very well. This guitar is also great for chord-plucking, running arpeggios and nail-strumming. Since these guitars have wide necks with short fingers, playing them can be quite challenging.

The twelve-string guitar is made up of twelve strings as opposed to the more common six strings which make up the majority of the guitars. The strings are so paired that each pair has the same note but with one of the string tuned at a higher octave. A semi-chorus type of effect is achieved with his arrangement of the strings.

The steel guitars are played in a horizontal manner by either keeping them on their stands or placing them across the knees of the player. The two main types of the steel guitars are the lap steel guitars and the pedal steel guitars.

Bass guitars may have strings ranging from four to six with the four string guitar being most commonly used. The strings of a bass guitar are long and thick and tuning the guitar can be quite a difficult job. This guitar brings out the bass of the rhythm and electric bass guitars are beginning to be more popular.

Resonator guitars were basically invented to increase the volume of the music of the traditional acoustic guitar. These guitars are made of metal, unlike the usual wood and are most popularly used in country music, bluegrass and the blues. They are also known as resophonic guitars.

Electric guitars are different from the acoustic ones in that require amplification for the music to be heard properly. Unlike the classical guitars, they have longer necks and solid or semi-hollow bodies. They have to be connected to amplifiers to increase the vibrations which are generated by playing upon these guitars. The strings of electric guitars are fine-tuned with the help of control knobs and these also produce a variety of tunes. Electric guitars are much easier to play as less force is required to press its strings and tuning is also comparatively simpler. These guitars are used to generate heart-thumping music and thus are ideally suited for rock, hip-hop, funk and rap music.

Archtop guitars are hollow or semi-solid and use thick steel strings and can be either electric or acoustic. Jazz music is prominently played on these guitars and they are characterized by their arch-like shape at the top.

So, all you wannabe Elvis Presleys or Beatles fans can now take their pick from these guitars and strum to their hearts` content!

You can have access to articles about guitars in portuguese language from page Guitar

Roberto Sedycias works as IT consultant for Polomercantil

Article from articlesbase.com

More

Q&A: Why when men sing country music, they sound like Texas hillbillies?

Question by METRO PCS SUCKS!: Why when men sing country music, they sound like Texas hillbillies?
So retarded yo…

Best answer:

Answer by Elvis Smith
because they are

Add your own answer in the comments!

More

Why can’t I hear sound for WFAA channel 8 news?

Question by guruMama: Why can’t I hear sound for WFAA channel 8 news?
I have a Hauppauge 1800 digital tuner in my computer that is connected to my television. I use Media Center to watch television. Whenever the news comes on channel 8 in Dallas the sound gets real low to the point to can’t hear it. I know as soon as they are fixing to go to commercial because the sound will suddenly come back up. Its only when there is some sort of news about to come on. It makes me feel like I am going deaf. Does anyone have any useful suggestions?
It’s not just WFAA its any news program but WFAA is the worst.

Best answer:

Answer by Norm
Hi guruMama,

I have the same problem in Chattanooga with several daytime shows. I have to turn the volume way up to hear the show then keep my finger on the volume button or the commercial will blow out the walls.

I have no idea what causes it but I have been thinking about buying a device that claims to fix it. I haven’t made up my mind yet but you can view it here – http://www.smarthome.com/7848t.html?src=WG1000555&gclid=CP36ruOQwJICFQ4JPQod5wGNMQ

Norm

What do you think? Answer below!

More

The sound of particle pings: Scientists turn Large Hadron Collider data into music

The sound of particle pings: Scientists turn Large Hadron Collider data into music
Until now the LHC, which lies deep beneath the border of France and Switzerland, has produced colourful images as it outputs the data.
Read more on Daily Mail

U.S. Army mechanic assures Afghans retain the power of information
The three-kilowatt generator lay dormant, except for the periodic clicking of the starter as the radio station’s staff worked feverishly to restart their much-needed electric power source; thereby, restoring an equally needed information source for the people of Baraki Barak.
Read more on Leesville Daily Leader

More

I really need to know the name of a band with “little guys” or something in it, they sound like the kooks?? :(

Question by Nikki: I really need to know the name of a band with “little guys” or something in it, they sound like the kooks?? 🙁
Hiya guys, I really would like to know the name of a band i heard on the radio. The radio station was Kerrang i think, anyway, they sound kinda like the Kooks. And the name of the band is “……little guys” or… “little men” or something. I remember the woman on the radio said it was strange as all the men in the band are really tall. Lyrics i can’t really remember other than “behind the train station” . Pleaaase help 🙁

Best answer:

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

More

Q&A: What program is there to broadcast sound over the Internet?

Question by lord_erico: What program is there to broadcast sound over the Internet?
I want to broadcast some music over the internet so I can listen to it while I’m not at home. Is there a program to do this? Also, I need it to broadcast streaming music, not just files. Finally, I need the computer where I listen to it over the internet, not to have a special program on it (other than windows media player, internet explorer and other basic programs). My friend used U-broadcast to brocast a tv station over the internet so that wmp could read it, so I want to do the same thing except with sound only. Thanks
I found the answer out by myself…. In case anyone is looking at this and is in this same need, the program is called BroadWave, is freeware, and can be downloaded here: http://www.nch.com.au/streaming/index.html

I’ll leave figuring out how to work it to you.

Best answer:

Answer by tvjames
Lord Eric –

Try BroadWave:
http://www.nch.com.au/streaming/index.html

James

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

More