To many audio acolytes the vinyl record remains the best playback format. The uncompressed, analog pulses are untouched by digital ones and zeros. CD and DVD formats have long since overtaken the vinyl disc in popularity. That doesn’t mean, though, there isn’t life in this tried-and-true format. Musician Jeff Mills’ new project ‘The Occurrence’ comes […]
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Music for the body and soul. By now it should be self-evident that music is a gift from our creator. We are wired to be receptive to and changed by it. Are you surprised to read this? Scientific research goes about the task of showing why and how this happens. In the meantime, listen to […]
Some songs tunnel down deep inside of us. The sound engineer who mixed the music will tell you that’s what they’re after. Prof. Daniel Levitin goes further explaining how a particular sequence of rhythms, timbres, and pitches cause a reaction in your brain. A number of physical changes take place in your brain as you […]
Tony is an orthopedic surgeon who had no formal musical training. One summer day, he was struck by a bolt of lightning. He is now a composer and performer, playing to sell-out audiences. “I thought that the only reason that I was allowed to live was because of the music,” he says. This is but […]
Ever since the Janet Jackson “wardrobe failure” the Super Bowl halftime show has gone to more predictable primetime artists. This year “The Who” graced the gridiron stage. What an irony. In their days of greatness “The Who” could be called many things; safe was not one of them. Singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist/songwriter Pete Townsend […]