Professional sound and light at the event
Today, not a single disco, holiday event or concert can do without stage equipment. High-quality sound and light are the key to the success of any show. The attitude of…

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Irish dances
The green island, as Ireland is often called, is widely known throughout the world for its fiery, cheerful motifs. Irish dance is a charge of fun, positive and good mood…

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Where to go to a jazz lover 
A jazz lover will not be bored in any country in the world, concerts of jazz artists take place almost everywhere, and the schedule of festivals in this direction of…

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hard rock

Oboe

Oboe (from French hautbois, literally “tall tree”, English, German and Italian oboe) is a woodwind musical instrument of the soprano register of the symphony orchestra, which is a conical tube with a valve system and a double cane (tongue). Oboe acquired a modern look in the first half of the 18th century. The instrument has a melodious, but somewhat nasal, and in the upper register – a sharp timbre.

The oboe can also be a member of a brass band, in various chamber ensembles. By the sound of “la” oboe, an orchestra is tuned.

Oboe device is complicated. The sound in it occurs as a result of the vibration of two connected reed plates, called a cane, which is mounted on a metal tube – a pin and tightly tied with a thread. The diameter of the pin and the size of the reed plates affect the structure of the instrument, its timbre and sound quality. Continue reading

Interference

Interference is the phenomenon of amplification of oscillations at some points in space and weakening of oscillations at other points as a result of the superposition of two or more waves arriving at these points. Wave interference is possible if the phase difference of the waves is constant in time, i.e., the waves are coherent. Wave interference is valid for waves of any nature and frequency.

When recording from several microphones, it is necessary to take care of their phasing: the signals from the microphones should not fall into the recording path in the opposite phase, since this can lead to their mutual compensation up to the complete disappearance. Without noticeable distortion of the timbre caused by interference of direct and reflected signals, the microphone can be brought closer to any reflecting surface at a distance of at least 1-1.5 m. Continue reading

Creativity Trofim in the Chanson genre

The style of chanson is one of the genres of vocal music. But the word “shanson” can have two meanings: 1. French pop song, which is performed in the style of a cabaret; 2. secular polyphonic song performed in French (Renaissance and Middle Ages).

In order to fully understand what this genre is, you need to find out what it was like in the Middle Ages and during the Renaissance. At that time, one-voice secular songs were called chanson, which were performed by troubles, that is, French poets. The very first author of the chanson was the composer and poet Guillaume de Masho (14th century). The next generation of performers were from Burgundy (Gilles Benshua and Guillaume Dufay). But the songs were already, as a rule, three-voice. Continue reading

Interference
Interference is the phenomenon of amplification of oscillations at some points in space and weakening of oscillations at other points as a result of the superposition of two or more…

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A bit of history about acoustic and classic guitars
The history of the appearance of modern guitars, which people see today, originates from ancient times. Its ancestors consider those tools that were common in the countries of the Middle…

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Color Music - a light assistant for musical compositions
Color and music (light and music) settings are created for simultaneous playback of musical composition and lighting effects. The light effect on the listener may not be synchronous with respect…

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Playcast is a way to realize your creative abilities.
What is a Playcast? This word comes from the combination of two words: "Play" - to play and "Broadcast" - broadcasting. Also Playcast called "Musical postcard." To create a playcast,…

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