Found 12 Articles for Music

Difference between Amplifier and Receiver

Md. Sajid
Updated on 02-Mar-2023 15:07:35
An amplifier is an electronic device that is used to amplify an electrical signal without changing its other properties. It is used to amplify audio signals so that they can be played through loud speakers. It can be integrated into other appliance like a receiver or a home theatre system. A receiver is a multi-functional electronic device that combines the functions of an amplifier and a tuner. It is the home theatre system's central control unit, responsible for receiving and processing audio and video signals from various sources such as cables, satellite boxes, and Blu-ray. These signals are received by ... Read More

Clementine 1.3 A Modern Music Player for Linux

Sharon Christine
Updated on 20-Jan-2020 07:21:59
Clementine is a freely available cross-platform open source, Qt based track player encouraged by using Amarok 1.4. The Newest stable available which is version 1.3 was released after a year of development and springs with Vk.Com and Seafile support along with countless different enhancements and trojan horse fixes. This article explains about how to install Clementine music player.FeaturesIt will search and play local music libraryYou can listen to online Radio from Spotify, Grooveshark, SomaFM, etc.We can play songs from Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Amazon could, etc.It creates smart playlists and dynamic playlists.It transfers music in iPod, iPhone, android, other mobile ... Read More

The Sony TV remote with speakers!

Sharon Christine
Updated on 16-Jan-2020 10:53:53
This is one of those things that are ridiculous but practically cool, and something only Sony would dare to make. A TV remote with speakers. It is currently only meant for the Japanese market, and might remain there. The Japanese are more open to technology and love the conveniences and the complications it brings with it.The LookA lot of people think it is bizarre, but then it’s not innovative until it’s different. And it is purposeful. The look is unlike any remote you have ever seen. Unlike the futuristic Apple TV remote which you will be losing all the time ... Read More

Who is Kumar Vishwas? Why he is so much known as poet?

Ishita K
Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:25
Dr. Vishwas Kumar Sharma, popularly known as Kumar Vishwas is not a regular celebrity but has a quite an interesting story. Born in Gaur Brahmin family in Ghaziabad, he left his engineering to pursue masters and Ph.D. in Hindi literature and went on to become a poet.Let us see why and how did he leave Engineering in the middle in his own words --"It was a tough decision to quit engineering. But, I was not made for machines. So, if I would have continued with engineering, I would have become a below average technocrat. When asked what would I achieve ... Read More

How does music affect our health and life?

Rani RPS
Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:24
Music has become a part and parcel of our lives and our system. Listening to music is a passion for some and a pastime for a few. Whatever the reason maybe music has a calming effect on the nerves and helps us to distress. Listening to music regularly helps in relaxing both physically and mentally.Effect of Music on People at workIt is said that listening to music releases endorphin, a feel-good hormone that lifts our mood and gives us the motivation to carry on with monotonous and tedious jobs. People felt less tired and productivity at work also increased as ... Read More

What is a musical scale?

Knowledge base
Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:24
Music is the language of the soul where the sound is organized in time intervals to deliver a pleasant rhythm. To put in layman’s terms, while rhythm can be understood as beat, the high and low notations of that beat can be the pitch. These pitch notes at different levels can be understood as scale.The scale is a set of musical notes ranging from low pitch to high pitch usually, where the pitch is a fundamental frequency and scale can be demonstrated at any pitch level. The row of musical notes when played on a certain pitch level, can be ... Read More

Who sung the song "Hanikarak Bapu" from the movie Dangal?

Knowledge base
Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:24
Dangal movie by Aamir Khan is a super hit movie made based on the real-life story of female wrestling champions Geetha Phogat and Babita Phogat. This movie emphasizes the importance of empowering a female girl child.Hanikarak BapuThere’s a song in this movie called “Hanikarak Bapu” which conveys the problems of the daughters named Geeta and Babita referring to their father Mahavir Singh Phogat, who trains them to be the great wrestlers. While Aamir Khan played the role of Mahavir Singh Phogat, Zaira Wasim and Suhani Bhatnagar have played the roles of younger Geeta and Babita. This song was during their ... Read More

Which is superior, Western music or Eastern Music?

Knowledge base
Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:24
Music is divine, whether it is western or Eastern. There is no superiority concept in music. There are many forms of music that delight us and so you may find some music interesting at some point in time according to your mood. The guitar might fantasize them but Veena is never inferior. The intention of any musical instrument is to deliver great music with a pattern of musical notes.With the advent of western musical trends in Bollywood, western music has been fascinating for the youth. Though it is an ancient musical instrument, Veena also attracts a lot of audiences. You ... Read More

Why the music of A. R. Rehman is distinct than the rest?

Updated on 25-Jun-2020 11:46:21
There's hardly any music lover who has not heard of the music maestro A.R. Rahman and his compositions. In his classic numbers in the movies like "Roza" or "Dil Se" and rock music-driven themes like in "Rockstar" he has proved his mettle in music time and again. As we still hum his numbers like the quintessential "Humma Humma", this is why I feel the musical sensation makes him a class apart from the rest.His Choice of Singers Is UnconventionalIf you have noticed, the singers he chooses are barely singing with any other music composer? Is it because they are not ... Read More

What are the things that make Indians sad?

Dev Kumar
Updated on 26-Jun-2020 12:15:33
Honestly, there's no end to the number of things that makes Indians sad...or happy. Like the astounding level of diversity in the country, there's bound to be varying reasons that make us sad and they may not be the same everywhere across the country. Here's a common example - loudspeakers during marriages and festivals are enjoyed and despised equally by Indians from different walks of life.When Others EnjoySomebody with an evolved sense of civic sense including awareness of the ill-effects noise pollution isn't going to like loudspeakers blaring out Bollywood numbers that cause vibrations on the doors and windows of ... Read More