Apress Raspberry Pi GPU Audio Video Programming 2017

Delve into the Broadcom VideoCore GPU used on the Raspberry Pi and master topics such as OpenGL ES and OpenMAX. Along the way, you’ll also learn some Dispmanx, OpenVG, and GPGPU programming.

The author, Jan Newmarch bumped into a need to do this kind of programming while trying to turn the RPi into a karaoke machine: with the CPU busting its gut rendering MIDI files, there was nothing left for showing images such as karaoke lyrics except for the GPU, and nothing really to tell him how to do it.
Read More... 13-10-2017, 21:07
Tonal Harmony 8 edition by Stefan Kostka Tonal Harmony and Dorothy Payne Tonal Harmony

For a generation of professionals in the musical community, Tonal Harmony has provided a comprehensive, yet accessible and highly practical, set of tools for understanding music. With this new edition, twenty-first century technology meets a time-honored tradition. Now available in McG-H Education’s Connect® with SmartBook®, students are better equipped to understand and master the vocabulary of music efficiently,allowing them to move on more quickly to advanced musical skill-building.
Read More... 4-10-2017, 22:49
Music Theory 101From keys and scales to rhythm and melody, an essential primer on the basics of music theory

Learn the basics of music theory in this comprehensive and easy-to-understand guide.

From classical to hard rock, and jazz to hip hop, music is constantly evolving, but many of the basics have stayed the same. Understanding these basics is key to becoming a successful musician and well-rounded music lover.
Read More... 12-09-2017, 18:34
Music Theory, 3rd Edition (Idiot's Guides)

Many people find music theory a tough subject—but it doesn't have to be! The best-selling Idiot's Guides: Music Theory, Third Edition, is a concise and clear guide that teaches any budding musician (and even more experienced ones) how to read musical notation by navigating the basics of reading and composing music.
Read More... 31-08-2017, 20:43
Signal Analysis of Hindustani Classical Music

This book presents a comprehensive overview of the basics of Hindustani music and the associated signal analysis and technological developments. It begins with an in-depth introduction to musical signal analysis and its current applications, and then moves on to a detailed discussion of the features involved in understanding the musical meaning of the signal in the context of Hindustani music. The components consist of tones, shruti, scales, pitch duration and stability, raga, gharana and musical instruments. The book covers the various technological developments in this field, supplemented with a number of case studies and their analysis. The book offers new music researchers essential insights into the use the automatic concept for finding and testing the musical features for their applications. Intended primarily for postgraduate and PhD students working in the area of scientific research on Hindustani music, as well as other genres where the concepts are applicable, it is also a valuable resource for professionals and researchers in musical signal processing.
Read More... 30-08-2017, 17:51
Fretboard Secret Handbook

★ 10 minutes to memorize scale, note position on guitar by this private secret way
★ Combines Intervals, Chords, Arpeggios, Modes and Practice to let you play freely
★ 38 examples & licks to enhance your playing technique & scale graphic
Read More... 30-08-2017, 09:31
Elements Of Human Voice by C. Julian Chen

This is the first book about human voice that includes the physics and physiology of voice production, mathematical representations, and technology applications in a single volume by a single author from a single and novel point of view. The book expounds a novel and unified view on human voice, targeting at researchers, practitioners and students of several different fields of science and technology, including physiology and medicine, acoustics, computer science, linguistics especially phonetics, and musicology.
Read More... 29-08-2017, 00:08
Watermarking in Audio Key Techniques and Technologies

The availability of increased computational power and the proliferation of the Internet have facilitated the production and distribution of unauthorized copies of multimedia information. As a result, the problem of multimedia copyright protection has attracted the interest of the worldwide scientific and the business communities. The most promising solution seems to be the watermarking process where the original data is marked with ownership information hidden in an imperceptible manner in the original signal. Watermarking in Audio: Key Techniques and Technologies is an inclusive compilation of the most important and fundamental theories and techniques in digital audio watermarking. It includes a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art techniques used in digital audio watermarking and focuses on two key issues in digital audio watermarking: psychoacoustic modeling and synchronization.
Read More... 23-08-2017, 11:25
100 Orchestration Tips E-book

Practical, indispensable knowledge from one of the internet’s leading orchestration teachers.
Read More... 18-08-2017, 08:38
Improvisation and Inventio in the Performance of Medieval Music A Practical Approach

Improvisation and Inventio in the Performance of Medieval Music: A Practical Approach is an innovative and groundbreaking approach to medieval music as living repertoire. The book provides philosophical frameworks, primary-source analysis, and clear, actionable practices and exercises aimed at recovering the improvisatory and inventive aspects of medieval music for contemporary musicians. Aimed at both instrumentalists and vocalists, the book explores the utilization of musical models, the inventive implications of medieval notation, and the ways in which memory, mode, rhetoric, and primary source paradigms inform the improvisatory process in both monophonic and polyphonic music of the Middle Ages. Angela Mariani, an experienced performer of both medieval music and folk and traditional musics, rediscovers and explicates the processes of imagination, invention, and improvisation which historically energized both medieval music in its own period and in its revival in our own time. Based on decades of research, university teaching, ensemble direction, collaboration, and performance, Mariani's impassioned stance that "the elusive element of inventio, as the medieval rhetoricians would have called it, must always be provided by the performer in the present," emphasizes medieval music performance practice as a dynamic and still-vital tradition. Students, teachers, directors, and those interested in the wealth of expressive beauty found in the music of the middle ages will likewise find value and meaning in her clear and accessible prose, and in the practical processes and exercises that make this book unique within the literature of medieval performance practice.
Read More... 16-08-2017, 17:23
Your Training Notebook On Pop Music Special Chord Progressions

★ Carefully Selected Songs, Understand The Uniqueness
Well-chosen 7 classic domestic and international pop music songs with unique chord progressions
Read More... 13-08-2017, 13:19
SCORE A Film Music Documentary The Interviews

The world's finest film composers uncover the secrets behind film music, from crafting emotions and making it in Hollywood, to the tricks of giving an audience goosebumps.

Composers Hans Zimmer (The Lion King, Gladiator, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Dark Knight, Inception), Quincy Jones (The Color Purple, The Pawnbroker, In Cold Blood), Randy Newman (Toy Story, Monsters, Inc., The Natural), Howard Shore (The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Seven), Trent Reznor (The Social Network, Gone Girl, Nine Inch Nails), Tom Holkenborg (Mad Max: Fury Road, Batman v. Superman) and more. Plus, hear rare insight from director James Cameron and the legacy of James Horner, along with one of the final interviews conducted with legendary director Garry Marshall.
Read More... 8-08-2017, 19:32
Soundstrips The Bock Audio Menu

David Bock’s microphone recipes a film by Alain Le Kim

David Bock has a long experience in the world of microphones. He worked in the most prestigious big studios in New York, and Los Angeles. His serie of microphones is inspired by the long legacy of the famous vintage mics of the fifties.
Read More... 4-08-2017, 12:10
Networked Music Cultures: Contemporary Approaches, Emerging Issues

This collection presents a range of essays on contemporary music distribution and consumption patterns and practices. The contributors to the collection use a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches, discussing the consequences and effects of the digital distribution of music as it is manifested in specific cultural contexts.
Read More... 22-07-2017, 16:15
Arduino for Musicians A Complete Guide to Arduino and Teensy Microcontrollers

Arduino, Teensy, and related microcontrollers provide a virtually limitless range of creative opportunities for musicians and hobbyists who are interested in exploring "do it yourself" technologies. Given the relative ease of use and low cost of the Arduino platform, electronic musicians can now envision new ways of synthesizing sounds and interacting with music-making software. In Arduino for Musicians, author and veteran music instructor Brent Edstrom opens the door to exciting and expressive instruments and control systems that respond to light, touch, pressure, breath, and other forms of real-time control. He provides a comprehensive guide to the underlying technologies enabling electronic musicians and technologists to tap into the vast creative potential of the platform.
Read More... 9-07-2017, 14:57
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