- Performer:That Hairy Canadian™ SOUND
- Title:The Dangers Of Experimentation
- Style:Experimental, Musique Concrète, Lo-Fi, Field Recording
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1238 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1502 megabytes
- Size WMA version1256 megabytes
- Formats:MP3 WAV DTS APE AAC VQF DXD
Many different instruments, recording devices, and boxes were used to produce this album. I do not own any fancy equipment or mixing devices. The majority of manipulations and final multi track mixing were done using Adobe Audition (CS. ). Sound sculpting on tracks. Mixed sampling means that some nonmicrocassette samples were used on the track. All samples including voices were obtained legally and include samples from old microcassettes dating back to 1995.
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Dangers of the Canadian Mounted is a 1948 Northern Republic film serial. However, the treasure itself is hidden on land. In their efforts to find the hidden riches, they resort to murder and sabotage to stop the construction of the Alcan highway which will bring homesteaders to the area.
A blog post featuring the dangers of teen experimentation. Visit ww. aradigmMalibu. Of course, you can imagine the dangers that come with this. And, in fact, there have already been stories of teens tripping before they get into a body of water and ending up with third degree burns. But this is not the first time that teens are doing something that place their lives at risk.
If those human subjects were normal and able to give free and informed consent to the experiment then this might not be morally objectionable. Top. Proposed EU directive. In November 2008 the European Union put forward proposals to revise the directive for the protection of animals used in scientific experiments in line with the three R principle of replacing, reducing and refining the use of animals in experiments
1 T he writer's mother didn't want her to go to the concert. I 2 T he music at the concert was louder than the sound of a jet plane tak ing off 3 After the concert, the writer had no symptoms of hearing damage. 4 T he writer had problems with her hearing at work, but not at home. 9 According to the writer, most people don't take the dangers of hearing loss seriously. Look at the highlighted words and phrases in the text and try to work out their meaning. Th en match to defi n itions 1-8.
Today, predicting the direction in which technology is heading is a lot easier than it was 65 years ago. Unfortunately, these advancements don’t always have the potential to benefit mankind, sometimes the opposite is true. Is our way of life, or indeed all of humanity, at risk from these dangers? Or are these predictions just as outlandish as those made in 1950? The Total Loss Of Privacy. There are plenty of people who would argue that this isn’t a problem posed by future technology, but one which is already here.
Experimentation definition, the act, process, practice, or an instance of making experiments. The elder woman and the younger went down the terrace through a little copse to her ladyship's own area of experimentation. The ConvertElizabeth Robins. It will be easy to understand why the first days of experimentation caused intense headaches, which later never occurred. Clever HansOskar Pfungst. They are finding out things by experimentation or thought; by induction or deduction.
|The Dangers Of Experimentation Side A||15:36|
|A1||Mic Check ‐ Nathan Felt Like A Little Child|
|A2||The Human Ear Eats Sound Waves ‐ Excreting Tasty Electrochemical Impulses Allowing It To Survive In A Symbiotic Relationship With The Skull|
|A3||Great Googly Moogly ‐ Monkeys, Junkies, And Flunkies|
|A4||I Always Know Which Way To Go ‐ I Am Never Wrong|
|The Dangers Of Experimentation Side B||15:35|
|B1||Down On The Mellow Floe ‐ Gran's Resting|
|B2||I Think I'm In The Wrong Bar ‐ Blues Clubbin' Baby Seals Bustin' 0nE|
Notes"All samples originally recorded on a Sony M-425 microcassette recorder, with some older samples from assorted Dictaphone and answering machines. Many different instruments, recording devices, and boxes were used to produce this album. I do not own any fancy equipment or mixing devices. The majority of manipulations and final multi track mixing were done using Adobe Audition (CS5.5). Sound sculpting on tracks.
B1-2 were done using synthesizers included with MAGIX Music Maker MX Production Suite. Mixed sampling means that some non‐microcassette samples were used on the track. All samples including voices were obtained legally and include samples from old microcassettes dating back to 1995. Voice samples for the track “I Always Know Which Way To Go” were produced from old ESL practice sessions during several different courses I ran in both Canada and the UK over a number of years. The young woman (Emile) would surely be proud to know she made such a large contribution. Final recording transferred to tape via direct connection to mic wires."