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Close Up On How Vinyl Records Work

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In case you weren't around in the vinyl era or can't remember anymore: vinyl record players are electromagnetic devices that change sound vibrations into electrical signals through the needle placed on the spinning record. The following microscopic images allow a close glimpse into how the process actually looks like.The needle, or stylus of a record player is one of...

A Hilarious Explanation of Musical Tempos

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Musical tempos have been finally explained even to me, a simple alien from Planet Anchor.

Ten Great Years of the Beatles

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A history of beatwear.

Ten Great Years of the Beatles

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Ten Great Years is a wonderful illustration by Maxim Dalton celebrating the ten years The Beatles were making music and dressing together.

Listen to the First Ever Computer Generated Music from 1951

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In the beginning, you needed this thing to make computer music.

Listen to the First Ever Computer Generated Music from 1951

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Researchers in New Zealand have restored the world's first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 by the computer scientist famous for breaking the Enigma code. Alan Turing recorded the first ever algorithmic composition in Manchester, England, using the gigantic contraption pictured above (for more details, see below). As you will notice, the journey - which paved the way for everything from synthesisers...

Vocal Ranges of the World’s Greatest Singers

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Lalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa........

Vocal Ranges of the World’s Greatest Singers

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Axl Rose? The World's Greatest Singer? I don't know but this is wide, I mean wild.

When the Beat is Still On in Your Head

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Fabulous party, eh?

When the Beat is Still On in Your Head

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Drums don't stop.

The History of Headphones

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The Coming of the Earpieces.
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