Technology in music, internet audio, recording, etc.
Discussion group for the new consortium in the International Association for Studying Popular Music (IASPM) for the long 19th century.
A place for mathematicians, music theorists, and musicians to discuss the topic of musical instrument tuning, especially using math. This includes topics like: just intonation and temperament, scale construction, instrument and notation design, and psychoacoustics.
The nightclubs may be closed, but that doesn't mean we have to stop having fun. We can still dance it up online! This group is focused on bringing people together for virtual dance parties, leaning mostly towards industrial/EBM/aggrotech and other darker/harder electronic music genres. We're mostly in Colorado or on the West Coast, in the Pacific or Mountain Time Zones. We're not officially connected with any one DJ or live stream. We just pick our favorite live music stream, tune into one of them, and then jump on a video conference like Zoom, so we can see each other dancing. Events will usually be on a Friday or Saturday night. Goth/fetish attire, costumes, crazy outfits, and decorations encouraged, but not required. We only have a few rules: 1. No harassing other members 2. No lurkers - if you going to jump on the meeting, please join in the fun and share your video! 3. We strive to make this a safe space, even online. The following actions or display of behavior will not be tolerated: bigotry, racism, sexism, transphobia, homophobia, misogyny, ableism, and any hateful comments. In the past we have done virtual dance parties for both the Deviant live stream by DJ Slave1 out of Denver and the Kremwerk x SIN live stream by DJ Shane Aungst from Seattle. Our goal is the bring you the best music in these genres (especially live streams that don't already have virtual dance party) and have an awesome time dancing! Check back here for events, and also like our Facebook page, if you would like to get event invites: https://www.facebook.com/IndustrialEBMAggrotech-Virtual-Dance-Parties-116915270099648 We also have an associated Discord server: https://discord.gg/JBtwvQ2 Feel free to post your own events to to this list!
Sporadic updates from Hobby Horse, an Italy based collective trio playing creative instrumental jazz.
[twenty-nine] is a project launched by D, a popular blogger and technophile, to capture the musical aspects of his many online networks, which include 20something Bloggers (www.20SB.net), his blog (dshan.me/blog), and the rest of his online audience. it is a monthly announcement. it will direct subscribers to online installations; primarily music compilations from local and national artists. in addition, commentary will highlight developments in online music distribution technologies and current events. the mission is simply to engage people with good music by fully leveraging cutting edge technology.
List of students who attend the monthly Music Jams
Beta for the new cake walk sonar
Music teachers using solfege (Relative Solmisation) exchange experiences with that topic in their teachings.
Show updates, news and happenings inside the DSoL network; including, but not limited to - Goth, Industrial, Metal & more.
Discussion group of ways to utilize the internet to share Braille music files as well as track the development of technology, especially affordable technology, to reproduce braille music.
Members of the refugee campo forum
This list has been deprecated in favour of https://groups.google.com/g/dlrml/
WHEN GIRLS KISS GIRLS Mailing List When Girls Kiss Girls is a Band from Boston, MA whengirlskissgirls.com
We are a non-commercial site that trades legal music from bands that allow taping at their shows. This list is for anyone, especially newbies, interested in learning about downloading and enjoying internet audio. All aspects of internet audio are discussed, including what softwares to use, how to download and and convert file formats like shn or flac to .wav for burning to cd. How to encode lossless .shn files from live recordings for transfer over the internet. Strengths and weaknesses of various methods of encoding audio are another frequent topic. CD burning is always under discussion. What hardware and software works best for us, how to ensure exact audio copies using MD5 checksums are among the subtopics there. Many of our members record live concerts. That being the case types of equipment to be used, including laptop computer recording, dat machine selection and recording methods, microphone choice and placement will be topics you may encounter.
Used to send announcements and other information to Cora(l)zon choir participants and supporters.