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The Music Lies in the Grooves, The Groove Lies in the Music

It’s funny how you can be reading a book or listening to a song and the words fit into what is going on in your life. 629 more words


ASMR. Get Diagnosed and Learn to Live With It.

Look below to see what Wikipedia has to say about it and learn to live with it. (Try to have fun tho.) The life you save might just be your own! 22 more words


ASMR. I Have It. Do You?

I just found out I have it.  Fortunately, there’s tons of YouTube videos out there for me to indulge myself with!  (NOTE: HEADPHONES. Best to always listen to these ASMR clips with headphones on)


Data from deTune Battle

The most popular page on this blog is a description of an experiment I ran exploring the detuning of music to 432 Hz. The re-pitching of music has a cult following on YouTube. 326 more words


The funniest whoopee cushion sound

Every two years, the charity Comic Relief runs the Red Nose Day telethon. It also sells merchandise, and in 2009 this included whoopee cushions. As my contribution to the comic fundraising that year, I ran a psychoacoustic experiment to find the funniest whoopee cushion sound. 410 more words

MP3 Codec(MPEG Layer - III) Implementation using Matlab

This was my attempt at making a lossy MPEG encoder. The results are not totally perfect but I will work more on it and put up my results. 232 more words


What exactly IS sound?

So I’ve decided to augment my reading of Mixing a Musical with Sound and Music for the Theatre by Deena Kaye and James Lebrecht, with help from David Budries (whom I’ve worked with). 412 more words