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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
And here you have a contemporary version by a Cambodian songstress:
Well, I prefer the contemporary version. And yes, I could not help myself but imagine one of the forum members dance like the songstress in the MV. Wink
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Here is a random track for my music friends:

Circle of Error - Sixpence None the Richer
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgbrZo8lTgY
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Here is something breathtaking:

Smallville Soundtrack Score - Saving Chloe
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9M6N-M4jfE
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i heard this from an ads,
and i think, it is really good and superb and want to recommend this artist here,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZZ4_MTopuU
chives live act,
Tsunami DVBBS & Borgeous - ELECTRIC VIOLIN CONCEPT

ANIMALS - Martin Garrix - CHIVES VIOLIN CONCEPT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Npe2oiylDwU
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This topic is good and long (lol) enough to be sticky, It's a good place where people can share their musical tastes. Wink
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YONG



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sleepsleep wrote:
i heard this from an ads,
and i think, it is really good and superb and want to recommend this artist here,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZZ4_MTopuU
chives live act,
Tsunami DVBBS & Borgeous - ELECTRIC VIOLIN CONCEPT

ANIMALS - Martin Garrix - CHIVES VIOLIN CONCEPT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Npe2oiylDwU
Absolutely breathtaking! Reminds me of the following:

Broken sorrow by Nuttin but Stringz
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmvX3gVN0sA

Wink
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sid123 wrote:
This topic is good and long (lol) enough to be sticky, It's a good place where people can share their musical tastes. Wink
Yeah, most of the credits belong to MHajduk, who has recommended a myriad of music pieces from every hidden corner under the sun. Wink
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Here is an epic prequel of the movie Snowpiercer:

Snowpiercer Animated PREQUEL
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGW944czgzc

The background music theme is really something.

Wink
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YONG wrote:
Here is a random track for my music friends:

Circle of Error - Sixpence None the Richer
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgbrZo8lTgY
The melody of this song is quite serene whereas the text carries definitely non-trivial meanings, and the mood it evokes is absolutely different from that suggested by melodic background. Wink
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sleepsleep wrote:
i heard this from an ads,
and i think, it is really good and superb and want to recommend this artist here,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZZ4_MTopuU
chives live act,
Tsunami DVBBS & Borgeous - ELECTRIC VIOLIN CONCEPT

ANIMALS - Martin Garrix - CHIVES VIOLIN CONCEPT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Npe2oiylDwU
Although both music pieces are superb I prefer the second one due to more sophisticated composition that is full of various music motifs. Smile

Here you have a few instrumental music pieces by another electric violin player that may be of interest to you:
  1. ImageImageImage Ceren Aksan - Comeback
  2. ImageImageImage Ceren Aksan - Canon in Snow
  3. ImageImageImage Ceren Aksan - Daphne
Wink
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YONG wrote:
sid123 wrote:
This topic is good and long (lol) enough to be sticky, It's a good place where people can share their musical tastes. Wink
Yeah, most of the credits belong to MHajduk, who has recommended a myriad of music pieces from every hidden corner under the sun. Wink
I have never counted all of those recommended songs but for sure there were thousands of them. Wink

Well, we mustn't forget about all those FASM forum members who have been active in this thread and take care of the high level of the discussion on the music-related themes. Wink
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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
The aforementioned song brings me associations with this music piece:Wink
The kid is quite cute. Nice dance song.
Hehe, this kid is now about 20 and is a quite good pop singer:Here is his homepage: http://botir.uz/en/videos

Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
Although both music pieces are superb I prefer the second one due to more sophisticated composition that is full of various music motifs. Smile

Here you have a few instrumental music pieces by another electric violin player that may be of interest to you:
  1. ImageImageImage Ceren Aksan - Comeback
  2. ImageImageImage Ceren Aksan - Canon in Snow
  3. ImageImageImage Ceren Aksan - Daphne
Wink


kinda different taste,
maybe i prefer mix and fast beat type combination,
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MHajduk wrote:
YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
The aforementioned song brings me associations with this music piece:Wink
The kid is quite cute. Nice dance song.
Hehe, this kid is now about 20 and is a quite good pop singer:Here is his homepage: http://botir.uz/en/videos

Wink
How could the singer use such an incandescent light bulb as a microphone? Rolling Eyes I really want to understand the underlying physics. Bro, could you please shed some light on this conundrum? Wink
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Here is a random music piece for my music friends:

Can Atilla - Elveda Istanbul
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWwRLHHGIhE
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MHajduk wrote:
Well, we mustn't forget about all those FASM forum members who have been active in this thread and take care of the high level of the discussion on the music-related themes. Wink
Yeah, some credits belong to the thread-starter victor, a visionary forum member. Unfortunately, he is no longer active here. Wink
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YONG wrote:
How could the singer use such an incandescent light bulb as a microphone? Rolling Eyes I really want to understand the underlying physics. Bro, could you please shed some light on this conundrum? Wink
Such a facetious question needs an answer that will be ridiculous enough to satisfy the asker. Razz

Well, I think we can assume that the bulb had an additional electrode in a shape of small plate A that was put into the bulb vis-a-vis the filament, here denoted with the letter K. The alternating current flowing through the filament heats it up what allows some electrons to be emitted to the surrounding area (this effect is called thermionic emission). When the plate is connected to the positive supply and the filament is connected to the negative supply of the source of the direct current, the emitted electrons will flow from the hot cathode (the filament) to the anode (the plate). Acoustic vibrations of the air outside the bulb may induce (if strong enough) corresponding vibrations in the glass bulb. When the glass bulb vibrates the metal plate vibrate too causing some relative changes in distance between hot cathode and anode. Hence amount of electrons hitting the plate will fluctuate a little bit transforming mechanical vibrations of the bulb in cyclical changes of the direct current flow. Those minimal changes of the current flow may be increased by amplifier and sent to the speakers.

That's all. I think that it could work but the quality of the sound produced by such an apparatus would be horrible for sure hence most probably impractical. Wink

Caution: I'm not an electronics engineer so you have to treat the following picture as an idea not exact project of an apparatus. Wink

Here you have a scheme of such "bulbophone":

Image

Razz
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MHajduk wrote:
Such a facetious question needs an answer that will be ridiculous enough to satisfy the asker. Razz
Well, my question is serious, as I truly want to understand the underlying physics. And I find your answer brilliant, not ridiculous at all.

The graphics is of professional standard. The idea is plausible. Nevertheless, as you mentioned, I don't think the sound produced by such a setup would be good enough for practical use.

I guess we may apply the "tin can telephone" method here.

References:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tin_can_telephone
http://www.ehow.com/how-does_5243530_paper-cup-phone-work_.html

- Firmly attach a taut string to the outer surface of the bulb glass.
- Connect the other end of the string to the bottom of a paper cup.

Alternatively, we may even use a "laser microphone".

Reference:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laser_microphone

- Use an invisible laser beam to detect the vibrations of the bulb glass.

Just my thoughts.

Wink
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YONG wrote:
I guess we may apply the "tin can telephone" method here.

References:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tin_can_telephone
http://www.ehow.com/how-does_5243530_paper-cup-phone-work_.html

- Firmly attach a taut string to the outer surface of the bulb glass.
- Connect the other end of the string to the bottom of a paper cup.

Yes, but the taut string would strongly limit singer's freedom of movement, so it would be impractical as well. Wink
YONG wrote:
Alternatively, we may even use a "laser microphone".

Reference:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laser_microphone

- Use an invisible laser beam to detect the vibrations of the bulb glass.
OK, but bear in mind that the laser beam has to be directed exactly to the point on the bulb surface lying on the straight line connecting the geometrical center of the bulb with the place where our laser is situated. In other words the laser beam should be perpendicular to the plane tangent to the bulb surface. This is necessary if we want to receive the signal. See the picture below:

Image

When the laser beam won't be perpendicular to the plane tangent to the surface in the given point of bulb (what can happen when the bulb will move even a little bit) we most likely will lose ability to receive the reflected beam because it will go in completely different direction. See the following picture:

Image

So, the idea of the laser microphone isn't as good as it seems at the beginning. Wink
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YONG wrote:
Here is a random music piece for my music friends:

Can Atilla - Elveda Istanbul
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWwRLHHGIhE
This is one of the best Can Atilla's compositions I've heard till now. Very good recommendation, indeed. Smile
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