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Re: CD Notes: Synthegration Soundcheck

Teo ·
Parts are in the archive: https://archive.org/details/Soundcheck20190331 5 more songs: https://archive.org/details/Synthegration190401
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Re: CD Notes: Synthegration Soundcheck

Sue 1 ·
Thank you Teo for this amazing post.
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Re: CD Notes: Synthegration Soundcheck

Vicky2 ·
Very nice Teo. Thank you for sharing this material with us.
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Re: CD Notes: Synthegration Soundcheck

Inda ·
Thank you Teo for sharing. Nice music and lovely images.
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Re: CD Notes: Synthegration Soundcheck

yoko ·
Thank you kindly Teo for the beautiful music. The images are also very nice with the beautiful flowers in the background.
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Re: Zounds! New Freeboards sounds tests 1 2 3 testing!

Teo ·
Unfinished but shows me I'm almost there!
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Re: Zounds! New Freeboards sounds tests 1 2 3 testing!

Teo ·
Re: Zounds! New Freeboards sounds tests 1 2 3 testing!
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Re: Zounds! New Freeboards sounds tests 1 2 3 testing!

Teo ·
Last night I recorded 3 songs! This 1 is pretty much finished!
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Re: Zounds! New Freeboards sounds tests 1 2 3 testing!

Sue 1 ·
Good for you Teo. keep up the good work.
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Re: Zounds! New Freeboards sounds tests 1 2 3 testing!

Vicky2 ·
This is all very nice Teo, and a lot of work. Thank you for sharing it on Givnology.
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Re: Zounds! New Freeboards sounds tests 1 2 3 testing!

Inda ·
Thank you Teo for sharing this incredible amount of work that you have done. Nice music and lovely images.
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Re: Zounds! New Freeboards sounds tests 1 2 3 testing!

Teo ·
Today's: The original song El Arreglito that became Carmen's Habanera and Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 just testing the sounds.
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Re: The Art of Louis Comfort Tiffany

Inda ·
An expansion of the Deedee Wigmore galleries in The American Wing is devoted to the arts of Louis C. Tiffany, one of the most versatile and talented American artists working in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The collection highlights the Museum's preeminent collections and features Tiffany's windows, lamps, furniture, mosaics, blown Favrile glass vases, pottery, enamelwork, and jewelry. In addition, there is a rotating display selected from the Museum's collection of more...
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Re: The Magic of Winter

Margherita ·
Oooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, what a wonderful thread! I feel the magic of Winter deep deep within, always longing for the snowy landscapes I enjoyed in Switzerland. I want to share my "White Silence" here again: White Silence The morning air carries the fragrance of snow, sparkling white beauty reflecting in my eyes. I plunge into this softness this myriad of snowflakes each a masterpiece of design beholding a vision of peace. My footprints across the field a friendly message to the sky. I am...
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Re: Enjoy a preview of 8 classical music channels I'm sharing

yogionefromobie ·
Hi Teo. I like both the straightly rendered stuff and the pieces you have "jazzed up." I think they both have their appropriate place in the archive. If one does happen to have the ability to mess around with midi, these are all great source tracks. Who knows where this work might show up either as is, or transformed? As you know, I'm with you on the notion that midi which can be written in real time by playing into a sequencer is a performance medium and that one ought to be able to claim...
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Re: Enjoy a preview of 8 classical music channels I'm sharing

Teo ·
Correct: I did succeed in 1) putting COPYRIGHTS and ARTIST "tags" into the files, in the artist tag I put the keyboard I used, the sequencing (recording) software, of course my name, and a link to Givnology. In the CopyRight tag I put the artists full name, opus number of the song, and sometimes who the song was written to or something halfways pertinent. It can be deleted by a crook, but isn't that just like just about everything we "carefully place" on the internet? I have a sneaking...
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Re: Has anyone considered Having it All?

Teo ·
Hi and WELCOME TO GIVNOLOGY!!! Thanks googols for the info! From the site: Boy... I'm stumped because I want to mention the author's name... but it might get bleeped! Don't send an email with his name... JUSS' KIDDINNNN!!! My thoughts , since you oh so kindly asked, are: by you finding that great info, and sharing it here @ Givnology... WE HAVE IT ALL! Well, if we have YOU! he he.. Thanks ever so for sharing (Having it All) with us! What a wonderful welcome gift to bring! and... we'll keep a...
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Re: Winter Poetry

Margherita ·
WHITE SILENCE by Margrit Rueger The morning air carries the fragrance of snow, sparkling white beauty reflecting in my eyes. I plunge into this softness this myriad of snowflakes each a masterpiece of design beholding a vision of peace. My footprints across the field a friendly message to the sky. I am embraced by the woods, aware of my perfect solitude. My breath the only sound, I let beauty and silence enter and expand within and my heartbeats dance. I need not ask any questions. All...
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Re: Winter Poetry

yoko ·
Thank you Margherita. Your poem is very beautiful. Love, yoko Painting in the Art gallery of Victoria
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Re: Winter Beauty on Woodblock

yoko ·
Dear Margherita, I hope that you do not mind my posting your beautiful poem, it fits in well with this lovely artwork. WHITE SILENCE by Margrit Rueger The morning air carries the fragrance of snow, sparkling white beauty reflecting in my eyes. I plunge into this softness this myriad of snowflakes each a masterpiece of design beholding a vision of peace. My footprints across the field a friendly message to the sky. I am embraced by the woods, aware of my perfect solitude. My breath the only...
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Re: The Ukulele Dynasty

yoko ·
Thank you Inda for this interesting topic. There is some more information at http://www.ukulele.org/?Induct...0-2001:Samuel_Kamaka Samuel K. Kamaka (1890 - 1953) 2000 Hall of Fame Inductee Samuel Kamaka is the founder of what is now Kamaka Hawaii, Inc., the leading manufacturer of quality ukuleles in the world. Kamaka began making ukuleles in his basement workshop in 1916. During the ukulele craze of the 1920s, a large number of manufacturers in Hawaii and on the mainland were making...
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Re: Winter Poetry

Vicky2 ·
________________________________________ Thank you again dear Margherita.
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Re: Winter Poetry

Sue 1 ·
quote: WHITE SILENCE by Margrit Rueger The morning air carries the fragrance of snow, sparkling white beauty reflecting in my eyes. I plunge into this softness this myriad of snowflakes each a masterpiece of design beholding a vision of peace. My footprints across the field a friendly message to the sky. I am embraced by the woods, aware of my perfect solitude. My breath the only sound, I let beauty and silence enter and expand within and my heartbeats dance. I need not ask any questions.
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Re: Winter Poetry

yoko ·
WHITE SILENCE by Margrit Rueger The morning air carries the fragrance of snow, sparkling white beauty reflecting in my eyes. I plunge into this softness this myriad of snowflakes each a masterpiece of design beholding a vision of peace. My footprints across the field a friendly message to the sky. I am embraced by the woods, aware of my perfect solitude. My breath the only sound, I let beauty and silence enter and expand within and my heartbeats dance. I need not ask any questions. All...
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Re: Agni Yoga

Teo ·
Welcome to Givnology A.k.M! Thank you for sharing this very interesting link as well! This here: I find veeeery interesting! All of the sections sound great, I'll investigate further...The following is from the Glossary, only the "A's!" Thanks googols AkM-an! he he.. Love and light being, Teo Do
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Re: Western School of Feng Shui - peaceful joyful web site!

Sue 1 ·
FENG SHUI For your life to work completely well and in harmony Alltherapy provides Feng Shui, Space Clearing and Clutter Clearing services by incorporating the traditional ancient knowledge and wisdom from Asia for not just your Body, Mind and Spirit but also for your home and place of work. BENEFITS OF FENG SHUI, SPACE CLEARING AND CLUTTER CLEARING Gives you a fresh start when you feel stuck in your life. Helps sell or move from an old home or work to a new place. Assists the healing...
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Re: Kimonos

yoko ·
Of modern kimono, women's kimono are the most elaborate and varied in style and design. Fabric, color, sleeve length, and the details of the obi and how it is tied vary according to the wearer's age, social status, marital status and season.
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Re: Hawaiian Quilts

Inda ·
Here are some smaller quilts, but equally beautiful in color and design.
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Re: MS Paint Art

m00nbeast ·
Dear Margherita, Inda thank you for your kind words. Thank you for the Senryu ( i must admit i have no idea what that is, although if I would have to guess I would say it was spur of the moment poetry that is inspired by whomever you are recitign it to~?~). Inda do you ever upload shots of your work? speaking of spur of the moment poetry, i came up with one little thing years ago and ever since have not forgotten it suprisingly since I have a pretty bad memory. and here it is: forces of...
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Re: MS Paint Art

m00nbeast ·
Hmmm Lilie, thats wierd my friends asked me to help them design a board game not too long ago. Maybe I should give them that image and have them run with it and MS Paint is Microsoft Paint. It comes with every version of Microsoft Windows. Its just a simple little program. Not really well suited for creating anything intricate. it produces bitmaps mainly. you have the right to remain fabulous - Chief Wiggum <3 Glenn <3
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Re: Until We Meet Again

Teo ·
Knowing you will have the most magical trip! And get away from the digital world! We'll certainly miss you Indra! he he.. Mz. Sabatini that is. I'll be hiding behind my computer nerness.. he he.. But we really have you to thank for Givnology's design! And an angel like Dancing Pearly Margherita for the NON - DOT - COMPETABLE Beautiful bouquets! Fragrant! he he.. Quantum love and light to you all, Teo Teo 's presents: Givnology forums , tradigital music , Third Millennium Thinking , new media...
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Re: SCULPTURE

Inda ·
Mesopotamia and Its Art More than 4,000 years ago the valleys of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers began to teem with life--first the Sumerian, then the Babylonian, Assyrian, Chaldean, and Persian empires. Here too excavations have unearthed evidence of great skill and artistry. From Sumeria have come examples of fine works in marble, diorite, hammered gold, and lapis lazuli. Of the many portraits produced in this area, some of the best are those of Gudea, ruler of Lagash. Babylonian and...
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Re: Interesting Architectural Structures

Teo ·
Great replies, posts and attachments! Like my first post in this topic, I will share some terminology and breakdowns , not hoping any architecture breaks down, he he.. but de-extrapolations, what some of the root terms mean. The word Architecture has roots in the word Arch, and the arches are an importand design element. Additionally, Arch has roots in the word Arc, and this is the fundamental mathematics of all building and architecture. Various forms of arches (Sturgis) More Arch...
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Re: Interesting Architectural Structures

Vicky2 ·
Orsay Museum Paris, France The Gare d'Orsay inaugurated for the Universal Exhibition on July 14,1900 was the 1st Parisian train station to have electric power. In 1977,the station became a museum dedicated to the artistic creation of the 2nd half of the 19th century (1848-1914). The interior design was created by Gae Aulenti. The collections come from the Louvre, Musée du Jeu de Paume & the National Museum of Modern Art,especially. Paintings, sculptures, architecture,objets...
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Re: Interesting Architectural Structures

Sue 1 ·
Imagine a hotel which is built from scratch every year. A new design, new suites, a brand new reception - in fact everything in it is crisp and new. Well, there is such a hotel; the Ice Hotel, situated on the shores of the Torne River, in the old village of Jukkasjärvi in Swedish Lapland.
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Re: Interesting Architectural Structures

Vicky2 ·
Architecture of Gaudi, Spain. The son of a coppersmith, Antonio Gaudi was born in Reus, Spain in 1852. Over the course of his career, Gaudi developed a sensuous, curving, almost surreal design style which established him as the innovative leader of the Spanish Art Nouveau movement. Although categorized with the Art Nouveau, Gaudi created an entirely original style. He died in Barcelona in 1926.
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Re: "Cain't be bothered!"

yogionefromobie ·
Hi Teo. Wasn't the campaign slogan for a South African candidate "Why Botha?" The French have an expression Sans Souci. It means "without a care." I think there is a difference. I discovered when I went to NY a year ago Christmas that no one knew when I was coming, because allegedly I had not written. It happens I have more than one e mail address, and my alternate address was automatically categorized as spam on mother's browser. I don't take it any more personally than she took the thought...
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Re: Interesting Architectural Structures

Inda ·
Petronas Towers, Malaysia Number of storeys 88 Height 452 meters above street level Design/Architecture Cesar Pelli & Associates [U.S.] in association with KLCC architects. Location of skybridge Levels 41 and 42 Length of skybridge 58.4 meters Height of skybridge 170 metres above street level
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Re: More Poems by Hafiz

Inda ·
Wild Deer Where are you O Wild Deer? I have known you for a while, here. Both loners, both lost, both forsaken The wild beast, for ambush, have all waken Let us inquire of each other's state If we can, each other's wishes consummate I can see this chaotic field Joy and peace sometimes won't yield O friends, tell me who braves the danger To befriend the forsaken, behold the stranger Unless blessed Elias may come one day And with his good office open the way It is time to cultivate love...
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Re: Three Eyed Smiley! 2005 Crop Circles

Inda ·
Thank you Teo for the amazing crop circle images. I love the three- eyed smiley ****************************************** The source and the meaning of crop circles are mysteries. Perhaps they come from extraterrestrials, or from another dimension, or from the future. Maybe they contain a code we are yet to break, or perhaps they simply are reiterating over and over that there is an intelligence equal or greater than our own and we are being signaled in order to open our minds beyond the...
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The Awakening

Sue ·
~~The Awakening~~ A time comes in your life when you finally get it... when, in the midst of all your fears and insanity, you stop dead in your tracks and somewhere the voice inside your head cries out - ENOUGH! Enough fighting and crying or...
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There is no longer a sacred art - Gurdjieff quote

Teo ·
quote: The keys to all the ancient arts are lost, were lost many centuries ago. And therefore there is no longer a sacred art embodying laws of the Great Knowledge, and so serving to influence the instincts of the multitude. There are no creators...
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Popular Sporting activities Superstars Acquire Superb Reputation With regard to Nike Shoes

Cosmo99 ·
To begin with any time joining that staff, LeBron James had been the very best opt for; and quickly later on, he or she enjoyed the particular recognize regarding the most effective inside the league. Their capacity plus skill offers endorsed herself...
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If you make an accident, be courteous

Artministrator ·
Since you humans speak words I would like to translate this cosmic language of ALL for you: click for larger image If you make an accident(al), meaning you sharpen or flatten, in the next phase of life, bardo, reincarnation.. (OK "Bar"), one might...
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Labellessness: public acclaim creates reclusiveness

Teo ·
Labellessness: Public acclaim creates reclusiveness From "Chopin, A new biography by Adam Zamoyski" 1980 quote: page 53 from The Universal Daily This is a real talent, a true talent. Mr. Chopin must not hide it and must let himself be heard publicly;...
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Zounds! New Freeboards sounds tests 1 2 3 testing!

Teo ·
Hello all, peace and blessings to u n yours! Background on this project: 2017 I started doing Freeboards of Baroque, mostly Scarlatti who I found was 4 years in Andalucia therefore learning all the Spanish-Moorish hybrids, then lived his life out in Madrin in the King's court. His father was MR. NAPLES OPERA, so he knows all the classical training and now integrates Flamenco! Well, many things. Harpsichord would have been his instrument, piano wasn't invented yet. Clavinet was my instrument...
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CD Notes: Synthegration Soundcheck

Teo ·
 
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