When you get down to the fundamental building block of sound, the sine wave, it’s easy to envision sound as code. From there, building sound is just a matter of coding in variances to the sound wave. This is, of course, simple to understand, yet music is always […]
If there’s an award for something, I really feel I should get it. I’m excited to write up my whatnot from the past weeks, and also chuckling at myself for the wide range of subjects I’ve broached. But Let’s do it anyway…
Virtual Reality is back! Depending on your perspective, that statement might mean one of several things. For me, Virtual Reality is associated with Avatars and Virtual Reality Chat Rooms. In the late 90’s chat rooms were novel, so much so that they drove the development of #VR. Shortly […]
I’ve been using Ableton now for 3 weeks now…
This is the music project I’ll be working on over the next 18 months (based on contingencies detailed below. The Beginning: I’ve always been an aficionado of the concept album. Though most fail, some also include unforgettable music, and concepts! The Moody Blues, Pink Floyd, Genesis – and […]
Across days synchronous time sway the breeze these human thoughts please with ease You –
We felt the need to list off some of these pressing and pathetic internet issues. We feel in 2015 these issues should no longer exist, and it’s time to get over them and move on with a nice happy internet life. So here goes…
Although an unabashed cat fan, I try keeping cat content to a minimum. Cats can be divisive on the internet
How to teach college writing – that’s the question I found myself trying to answer before the start of the fall semester at The University of Akron, my first time teaching at the college level.
I follow Education Policy. If you do the same you know policy implementation is largely State-driven. As such, there are only a few nominal players in the ongoing ed. policy discussion. Parents, are not a nominal player.