When you’re a scientist, visualizing data can be crucial to understanding and communication. Graphs are almost always better than data tables and a smartly-drawn diagram can often convey more than a long, detailed paragraph. 333 more words
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A book stored in Cambridge for the last two centuries has been identified as a rare record of early Chinese music. More here.
I managed to get an A on my midterm, so that’s cool. My prof. even gave me a “cool arrangement” compliment, and since this is coming from an accomplished bassist, and since I assume all bassists are card-carrying cool cats, then he must know what he’s talking about. 571 more words
I’ve been aware that my series of posts on just intonation intervals was incomplete. It was necessary to get the Dos, Dis, Deis, and Ducks all in a row before summarizing. 443 more words
This post is the result of a number of recent confluences, among them my post on Lawrence Kramer’s essay in The Oxford Handbook of New Audiovisual Aesthetics… 2,113 more words