Hill Sound Recordings

Some articles on sound, recording, hill sound recordings:

Kim Deal - Equipment - Bass Guitars
... used on "Dig for Fire" for its "lazier, growlier sound" that was "not as boingy-boingy-sproingy" ... in time for Bossanova "because it was active and had a different sound" and became her main live bass "because it was a little less country-sounding than the Fender" ... (but full-bodied, two-cutaway) bass – Bought during the recording of Trompe Le Monde because the other basses were out of tune on the higher frets ...
Warcraft III: Reign Of Chaos - Sound
... One of the signatures of Blizzard games are the unit quotes ... If a single unit is clicked four or more times in a row, the unit's voice samples become increasingly comical ...
Discography - Rozz Williams (1992-1998)
... Son (Cleopatra) 1992 The Whorse's Mouth (Hollows Hill Sound Recordings) 1996 Live In Berlin (Hollows Hill Sound Recordings) 2000 Accept The Gift of Sin (live album) (Hollows ...
Telephony
... in which telephonic equipment is employed in the transmission of speech or other sound between points, with or without the use of wires ... the term down into further detail, telephony is the science of translating sound into electrical signals, transmitting them, and then converting them back to sound that is, the science of ...
1970 In Music - Classical Music
6 for piano and electronic sound Morton Feldman – Madame Press Died Last Week at Ninety The Viola in My Life 1, 2 and 3 Luc Ferrari – Presque rien No ... Stockhausen – Expo for three players with short-wave radios, and sound projectionist Mantra for two pianos and live electronics Pole for two players with short-wave radios, and sound projectionist ...

Famous quotes containing the words recordings, hill and/or sound:

    All radio is dead. Which means that these tape recordings I’m making are for the sake of future history. If any.
    Barré Lyndon (1896–1972)

    This sanguine coward, this bed-presser, this horse-back-
    breaker, this huge hill of flesh.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Wild as it was, it was hard for me to get rid of the associations of the settlements. Any steady and monotonous sound, to which I did not distinctly attend, passed for a sound of human industry.... Our minds anywhere, when left to themselves, are always thus busily drawing conclusions from false premises.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)