This is the original version of this song , I particularly liked this one because it was a little rougher than the one released. I recorded vocals at Rza's studio and at Paul's Coffee shop LI . This version was replaced by the Mars Volta version on the "White People" album recorded at Automator's studio .
In this session of the Super Data Science Podcast, I chat with Nano Science PHD turned Data Scientist Dr Wilson Pok. You will learn about the importance of defining business problems, a scientific approach to thinking about data analytics and more.
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Written, performed, and recorded by Modeling. Track 2 from EP1
your defense is a disguise
you’re lookin’ for somewhere to bide
a pipe dream paradise
how’d you get inside
it’s your way or you’ll make waves
lavish gifts make lavish bait
you only give so that you can take
wide-eyed, I let you inside
now i know. now i know. i know. i know.
i woke up on a new day
you crept in, took my place
while all the boys were sleeping
you tiptoed into their dreams
i was a floodgate,
you were a warning.
all the signs i didn’t read
the poison you were feeding me.
now i know. now i know. i know. i know.
you led me to this place,
waited until i felt safe,
“it’s ok to breathe.”, you said
as you left me in the ether
but there’s no air to breathe
you’re a vacuum underneath
you held my hand as you
guided me into an ocean.
a magma ocean.
now we know. now we know, we know, we know.
This latest unreleased DJ AM mix from 2008 is probably as close as we will ever get to another Elton mix. This mix was recorded on February 28th, 2008 for a Nous Modeling Agency Private Party held at the now defunct Area Nightclub in Hollywood. This was originally a full 3 hour mix but I’ve cut it in half because the second half was all club oriented mixes that we’ve heard many times from AM in previous mixes. I may post up part 2 at a later date. Part 1 of this mix is 90 minutes of Adam playing music he loved and it tilts mostly towards alternative music from the 80s to 00s. Hope you enjoy!
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Written, performed, and recorded by Move Orchestra. The first track from EP1.
Before you and your brothers,
Before you dreamt of chasing the sun,
Your parents used to dream like you
They were young once...
Now they are chasing others,
Near the dying of the light,
You are the apex of their existence
I'm not a ghost. Not ready to be a ghost,
I'm not a ghost. Not ready to be somebody's ghost
Before you ever wondered what lies beyond the event horizon,
Good men were waving goodbye,
Women too, daughters and sons
We all become a ghost,
Ghost of someone,
A memory to look back on,
Apex to those gone
So Reid Craft and myself decided, "Let's do a cover of Clocks."
So we did.
Stuff we used:
FL Studio 10.0.9
iZotope Ozone 4
NI Guitar Rig 4 (tape echo; chorused reverb; Memory Man; Tube Screamer; Proco RAT, Ampeg amp, compression, noise reduction, cab/mic modeling for bass)
NI Mikro Prism
NI Absynth 4
Garritan Personal Orchestra (grand piano)
Toontrack Superior Drummer 2
Waves Tape, Tubes, and Transistors pack v9 (demo, keys and synth only)
PreSonus AudioBox 1818VSL
Ibanez RG321MH with stock Infinity p'ups and Ernie Ball Regular Slinky strings (.10-.46)
Zoom G9.2tt with Groove Tubes GT-12AX7-C and GT-12AX7-R2 preamps
1993 Peavey Classic 50 2x12 with Electro-Harmonix 12AX7s and Sovtek EL84s (piece of crap power tubes)
Martin OMC160GTE Grand Auditorium with Elixir NanoWeb coated strings (.11-.52)
Shure Beta 57A dynamic microphone
Amp miking was pretty simple, but effective given the results. DIs were tracked, then re-amped using the Beta 57A about 5" back from the combo, 1.5" left of center, and 2" down from center pointing towards vertical center. Little EQ was applied, save the boost at 2.9 kHz for presence in the mix.
Acoustic recording was a pretty standard method, using both the piezoelectric pickup under the bridge and the Beta 57 pointed at the highest frets on the fretboard. The two signals were then compressed with both digital and tube-emulated compressors and lightly EQ'd with a fixed phaser. I made sure to set a late attack on the compressors so the attack of the strums would really shine through.
Vocal miking was the usual: the same Shure mic on a large boom stand with a pop screen attached to it. We stood it so that the slapback on the wall behind the vocalist would be absorbed by a mattress.
- Reid and Ben
A conversation with Bron Nelson, a computer programmer with the Data Analysis and Visualization Group at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, and Dimitris Menemenlis, a research scientist working with the Estimation of the Circulation and Climate of the Ocean (ECCO) project at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
The third in a four-part series, "The American Consciousness."
If journalism is a primary way we tell the story of ourselves and our time, Michel Martin is a person helping us tell that story — and take part in it — more completely. Her daily NPR program Tell Me More was often labeled as “diversity” or “minority” programming. But in fact, she and her journalism are about a more generous and realistic sweep of who we are now — and how we’re creating our life together anew. At the Chautauqua Institution, we mine her wisdom on the emerging fabric of human identity.
See more at www.onbeing.org/program/michel-martin-the-fabric-of-our-identity/6791
In this session of the Super Data Science Podcast, I chat with Expert Financial Modeler Xinran Liu. You will learn about Financial Modeling, how Data Scientists can get into this space, the difference between inputs and assumptions and more.
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