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The Didgeridoo Acoustics: A Wind Instrument of the Aborigines

Therefore, all of the associated timbrel changes take place, altering the sound of the instrument. This sounds as though it may be a hindrance, but in reality it is used to the players advantage because they will use the rhythms caused by this modulation to create a tempo and movement to the songs. A vocal tract resonance, similar to that in whistling, caused the didgeridoos average frequency to vary from about 750 to 2750 Hz. Bibliography Fletcher, Neville. The Didjeridu (Didgeridoo). Research...

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channels (each 1 MHz wide) in the ISM 2.4GHz band and uses a hopping sequence. 8. What must the FHSS transmitting and receiving units know to communicate? It must know the hopping sequence. 9. What is the frequency range used by 802.11a, and what modulation technique is used? It operates in the 5 GHz range and uses a technique called orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) to transport the data over 12 possible channels in the U-NII. 10. What is the maximum data rate for the following...

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Layman View of Osi Reference Model

| Physical | The Physical layer specifies how bit streams are to be transmitted over a physical link in the network. This includes physical characteristics of transmission medium, including pins, use of pins, electrical, current, encoding, light modulation and the rules for how to activate and deactivate the use of the physical medium. | Table-1 Within the network, data traverses a network stack using a process called encapsulation. When an application requires communications resources, the message...

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Richard Wagner Biography

the limits of one tonality, nor yet to end with a perfect cadence. Wagner's melody is free and infinite in the sense of not being finished, that is to say, never ending and always linking itself to another melody, thus admitting of all possible modulations. It is, if you prefer, an uninterrupted sequence of melodic contours, of broken bits of melody having more or less of a vocal character.” (Lavignac) Wagner is known for his great use of chromaticism, he likes to connect unrelated chords by affinity...

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Der Lindenbaum by Schubert

agitated. This new independence in the accompaniment also shows that the narrator is no longer as mentally healthy as he was before. There are conflicting emotions and ideas occurring in his mind. The fourth stanza begins in measure 37 with a modulation to a major key. Here, the narrator states in the subjunctive mood that the tree seems to be calling him back and inviting him to die. What’s interesting about this portion of the music is the major tonality, because the narrator is talking about...

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The First Movement of Beethoven's Sonata Op.31 No.1 Displays Rhetorical Effects Resulting from the Harmonic and Formal Departure from Sonata Form Convention

double return. However, in this movement, the first theme in the exposition is stated twice while it is only stated once (Fig .L) (mm.192) in the recapitulation. The first theme materials are also used as transitional passage, preparing for the modulation in the second theme. Fig .L It can be attributed to the composer’s will to emphasize on the more expressive second theme. By shortening the first theme, the colorful second theme naturally stands out and plays a crucial part in expressing...

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Radio Show

supporting details • exposure to pitch and stress • appreciation of different styles of presenting ideas and information • conveying ideas effectively • presenting oral reports and summaries • adopting varying styles of presenting different ideas • modulation of voice • scripting and producing a radio show • scripting and producing a video show. • radio show (scripted and presented verbally) • video show (scripted and enacted) • radio show (oral presentation) • video show (visual presentation) SPEAKING...

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Illycaffe case summary

of coffee globalization. Espresso even subverts the American light taste of the traditional coffee, occupying large areas of the U.S. coffee market. To a certain extent, Espresso promote the development of globalization in coffee. The simple modulation technique makes no longer be monopolized by some special technicians, which is widespread in usual coffee shops and the technology has no longer become the threshold of the cafe. This saves much time in training staff for a cafe, and thereby there...

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Antioxidants

example of cell injury prevention by antioxidants (Lobo V., Patil A., Phatak A., & Chandra N., 2010). Antioxidants prevent cell injury with the following major functions of defense namely; damage removal, replacement, and repair; adaptation; growth modulation; and apoptosis (Apoptosis means the prevention of neighboring healthy tissues being further damaged) (KJ David, 2000). Conclusion: Antioxidants are clearly hugely beneficial to us, as they eliminate the risk of developing many diseases at some...

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Classical Music: The Positive Effects Of The Mozart Effect

designed carefully, layer by layer, whereas in homophonic music, chords became prevalent while being added to a wider variety of melodies to create harmony. The new simple structure allowed itself to have a brighter contrast within a piece, focused on modulation and transition. Variety of keys, melodies rhythms and dynamics were used more focally between sections or movements of a composition. Instead of unified as a whole like Baroque music, classical era music is more likely to relies on contrast between...

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