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July 1, 2013 11:10 pm August 17, 2012 11:57 am
A combination keyboard and boombox?
How is it that I do not own this?

A combination keyboard and boombox?

How is it that I do not own this?

(Source: the-astrovert, via synthesthesia)

July 19, 2012 2:29 pm

nprmusic:

newyorker:

Opening today at Bonni Benrubi Gallery, “One Steinway Place” is an exploration of the famed piano factory in Astoria, Queens, by the photographer Christopher Payne. Under the glow of fluorescent lights, raw lumber is bent, pressed, conditioned, and polished into instruments of exacting quality. With more than twelve thousand individual parts, including Canadian maple, Bavarian spruce, and Swedish steel, each piano takes nearly a year to assemble before being subjected to a final hand inspection by Wally Boot, a fifty-year veteran of the factory. Payne was allowed unfettered access to the factory, allowing him to document every step of the process. Click-through for a selection of his work, which is on view through September 19th.

Stunning photos. —Lars

March 12, 2012 1:07 pm
getoutoftherecat:

get off of there cat. you can’t play the piano…even if you could what would your name be? Meowzart? that’s just silly

Living the dream.

getoutoftherecat:

get off of there cat. you can’t play the piano…even if you could what would your name be? Meowzart? that’s just silly

Living the dream.

January 12, 2012 11:24 am
WABOT-2, an intelligent humanoid keyboard player developed by Waseda University in the 1980s, was considered the most advanced robot of its time. In addition to camera eyes that could read musical notation and deft hands that could tap out tunes of average difficulty, WABOT-2 could listen to accompanying singers and adjust its tempo, as well as carry on basic conversation. The android demonstrated its musical skills at Expo ‘85 in Tsukuba, Japan with a performance of Kitaro’s new age classic “Silk Road.”

WABOT-2, an intelligent humanoid keyboard player developed by Waseda University in the 1980s, was considered the most advanced robot of its time. In addition to camera eyes that could read musical notation and deft hands that could tap out tunes of average difficulty, WABOT-2 could listen to accompanying singers and adjust its tempo, as well as carry on basic conversation. The android demonstrated its musical skills at Expo ‘85 in Tsukuba, Japan with a performance of Kitaro’s new age classic “Silk Road.”

(Source: lucidempires, via actualtruestories)

December 9, 2011 4:00 pm November 19, 2011 9:03 pm November 7, 2011 8:47 pm January 25, 2011 4:30 pm
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  • Cat on the Keyboard
  • By: Ringo Kitty
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Today Ringo kept getting on my keyboard, so I recorded her compositions.