Daily Archives: September 7, 2010

Slightly Stoopid: Live at Cervantes [PHOTOS]

Slightly Stoopid

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Photograph By: Jimmy Iles | Director of Operations | @JimmyMWL | Music Without Labels & Beat-Play, LLC

MTHDS: Electric Avenue Music Fest

MTHDS performing at The 2010 Electric Avenue Music Fest in Denver, Co.

Be Leavin’ You:

MTHDS

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Photograph By: Jimmy Iles | Director of Operations | @JimmyMWL | Music Without Labels & Beat-Play, LLC

MTHDS Live – “Positivity” (Unreleased Acoustic Version)

This is just a preview. The full version is here.

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Frogs Gone Fishin’ – Electric Avenue Music Fest

Frogs Gone Fishin’ performing at The Electric Avenue Music Fest.

The Right Side:

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Photography By: Jimmy Iles | Director of Operations | @JimmyMWL | Music Without Labels & Beat-Play, LLC

Hold Your Horses! – “70 Million” – Music Video Genius

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An entertaining and cheeky music video for “70 Million”, hit song by Franco-American band, Hold Your Horses!, offers a wink at art history as band members playfully reconstruct famous paintings in an off the wall lyrical interpretation all their own. Produced by L’Ogre.

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Tim Reynolds at Mile High Music Fest

Tim Reynolds performing at The 2010 Mile High Music Fest in Denver, Co.

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Photography By: Jimmy Iles | Director of Operations | @JimmyMWL | Music Without Labels & Beat-Play, LLC

A very Interesting Experiment in Sound & Motion – “Visual Harmony” – The Whitney Music Box

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Info from creator at KrazyDad.com:

In this movie, each of the 48 dots is moving in a circle. Each of the dots is on a 3 minute cycle. At the end of 3 minutes, the outermost dot will have moved around the circle once (this dot represents the first harmonic or fundamental). The next dot will have moved around the circle twice (representing the second harmonic). The next dot three times, and so on. The innermost dot moves around the circle 48 times.

Now, imagine these dots are raised bumps on a disc which is controlling a music box, with each bump triggering a note when it passes the zero degree line (a line extending from the center to the east). The result would look and sound something like this three minute looping movie, which I built in Flash:

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Guitar Jam Session – Cool tool from Chordbook.com

This is such a good idea..!

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Falling Object Beat – pulled this off perfectly!

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47 Sites Every Recording Musician Should Visit – Gotta love Audiotuts+

Another incredibly helpful post from Audiotuts+

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