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This Aircraft Is a Marvel of Electronic Warfare

The Boeing EA-18G Growler is not the average warplane. While most military aircraft were built to attack enemies physically, the Growler was created for a very different kind of warfare.

From: AIR WARRIORS: Prowler/Growler
http://bit.ly/1XQKV1G

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This Aircraft Is a Marvel of Electronic Warfare

The Boeing EA-18G Growler is not the average warplane. While most military aircraft were built to attack enemies physically, the Growler was created for a very different kind of warfare.

From: AIR WARRIORS: Prowler/Growler
http://bit.ly/1XQKV1G

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The History Of Electronic Drums Part 1: The First Electric Drum Sets

How did electronic drums become a ‘thing’? Did someone invent them in their basement? Did a fairy drum-mother float down from the sky to bless us all with a kit we could use for quiet home practice, out-of-the-box effects and pre-EQed studio sounds?

You used to only be able to get rhythmic drum samples by playing a keyboard or pushing buttons on a synthesizer – not by striking a surface with a drumstick. That’s where the real magic happened.

It took nearly 50 years of innovation to get to where electronic drums are today: not just an alternative to acoustic kits, but an incredible instrument in itself.

This is the first part in a four-part documentary series on the history of electronic drums, and we hate to leave you hanging. So if you want to see the rest of this documentary series, try Drumeo free for 7 days and get access to The History Of Electronic Drums, other drum videos and courses, live Q&As, song tutorials and more! Claim your free trial here: https://drumeo.com/7-day-trial/

Chapters:
00:00 – Introduction
01:42 – Early 20th Century Developments
02:41 – Late 1960s – Hollywood Meazzi Tronicdrum
04:14 – Behind The Tronicdrum President
05:16 – Tronicdrum Innovations
05:31 – The 1970s – The Influence Of Synths & Rock
06:35 – Pollard Syndrums
09:30 – Behind The Model 477 Pollard Syndrums
11:26 – Syndrum Innovations
12:29 – Star Instruments Synare
14:45 – Behind The Synare 3
16:09 – Synare Tympani
16:59 – Synare Innovations
17:31 – Part II Preview

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The History Of Electronic Drums Part 1: The First Electric Drum Sets

How did electronic drums become a ‘thing’? Did someone invent them in their basement? Did a fairy drum-mother float down from the sky to bless us all with a kit we could use for quiet home practice, out-of-the-box effects and pre-EQed studio sounds?

You used to only be able to get rhythmic drum samples by playing a keyboard or pushing buttons on a synthesizer – not by striking a surface with a drumstick. That’s where the real magic happened.

It took nearly 50 years of innovation to get to where electronic drums are today: not just an alternative to acoustic kits, but an incredible instrument in itself.

This is the first part in a four-part documentary series on the history of electronic drums, and we hate to leave you hanging. So if you want to see the rest of this documentary series, try Drumeo free for 7 days and get access to The History Of Electronic Drums, other drum videos and courses, live Q&As, song tutorials and more! Claim your free trial here: https://drumeo.com/7-day-trial/

Chapters:
00:00 – Introduction
01:42 – Early 20th Century Developments
02:41 – Late 1960s – Hollywood Meazzi Tronicdrum
04:14 – Behind The Tronicdrum President
05:16 – Tronicdrum Innovations
05:31 – The 1970s – The Influence Of Synths & Rock
06:35 – Pollard Syndrums
09:30 – Behind The Model 477 Pollard Syndrums
11:26 – Syndrum Innovations
12:29 – Star Instruments Synare
14:45 – Behind The Synare 3
16:09 – Synare Tympani
16:59 – Synare Innovations
17:31 – Part II Preview

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►Learn Drums Here: https://drumeo.com/
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►Our Favorite Music Products: https://www.drumeo.com/jared-recommends/
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State Of Electronics – Documentary Trailer

The trailer for Karl Von Molller’s upcoming documentary on the Australian Electronics Industry. Posted with approval. Original is below:

Even though the documentary is concentrated on Australian Electronics Design and also Manufacture, much of it puts on all countries from around the globe.

The discussion is concentrated at first on the globe of Hobby Electronics and exactly how it’s decline might effect the Electronics Industry in the future. The Documentary then goes over many problems that encounter sector including the concern of “Repair as well as Recycle”, “Education”, “Surface Mount Technology”, “Globalisation”, “Opportunities” and also several more off the cuff & honest comments from Industry experts.

The Documentary features interviews with famous Australians and also Industry experts consisting of Dick Smith, Dave L Jones, Doug Ford, Leo Simpson, Grant Petty, Matthew Pryor, Jonathan Oxer, Andy Gelme, Andrew Griffiths, Eugene Ruffolo & Bill Petreski. In the future, I am planning to talk to simply a few even more prior to the final launch of the Documentary quickly.

Please go to http://karlvonmoller.com for extra on the progress and details on “State of Electronics”

Shot entirely on the Canon 5DMK2, using the Zoom H4N Audio recorder. Directed, Edited and also shot by Karl von Moller, this variation of the trailer is greatly ungraded and only has an FCP audio mix used. Songs track is composed by Karl von Moller likewise.

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When Classical meets Electronic Music | Apashe’s Album Documentary

Happy to share this documentary regarding the process behind my album ‘Renaissance’. Developing this cd was life changing for me. It took months to finish as well as I could not be happier to have actually shared components of this experience with my close friend Adrian Villagomez who shot every little thing as well as brought this docudrama to life.

Stream Renaissance LP: https://bit.ly/Apashe_Renaissance

Director/DOP: Adrian Villagomez
Editor: Adrien Taret
Color Grading: Charles Etienne Pascal
Sound Mixing: John De Buck
Featuring: Geoffroy, Lia, Wasiu, The Prague Orchestra
Kannibalen Records Team: Marc-André Chagnon, Julien Maranda, Bao-Khanh Nguyen, Patrick Barry, Marie Pier-Guerin, Charles Blouin-Gascon, Tyler Trew, Nicholas Bruce

Special thanks to FACTOR. We recognize the financial backing of Canada’s private radio broadcasters.

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When Classical meets Electronic Music | Apashe’s Album Documentary

Proud to share this documentary about the process behind my album ‘Renaissance’. Creating this album was life changing for me. It took months to finish and I couldn’t be happier to have shared parts of this experience with my friend Adrian Villagomez who shot everything and brought this documentary to life.

Stream Renaissance LP: https://bit.ly/Apashe_Renaissance

Director/DOP: Adrian Villagomez
Editor: Adrien Taret

Color Grading: Charles Etienne Pascal
Sound Mixing: John De Buck
Featuring: Geoffroy, Lia, Wasiu, The Prague Orchestra
Kannibalen Records Team: Marc-André Chagnon, Julien Maranda, Bao-Khanh Nguyen, Patrick Barry, Marie Pier-Guerin, Charles Blouin-Gascon,
Tyler Trew, Nicholas Bruce

Special thanks to FACTOR. We acknowledge the financial support of Canada’s private radio broadcasters.

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ToxiCity: life at Agbobloshie, the world’s largest e-waste dump in Ghana

E-waste, the term given to discarded electronic appliances, is often shipped by developed nations to poorer countries such as Ghana. RTD visits the country’s most infamous dumping ground, Agbogbloshie. Locals call it “Sodom and Gomorrah” after the infamous Biblical sin cities. Its air and soil are polluted with toxic chemicals, while extreme poverty, child labour and criminal gangs are also rife. Learn more https://rtd.rt.com/films/toxicity/

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The Bootleg Nikes that Got Banned by Big Tobacco

In 2006, New York City designer Ari Saal Forman dropped a limited run of Menthol 10s, a one-of-a-kind sneaker that drew inspiration from and took a shot at Nike and Newport. Written right there on the tongue, Ari explained that the shoe was “dedicated to the two brands that have taken the most and given the least.” Once the companies got word that the shoe was out, they did everything they could to get it off the market.

Ari wound up getting a cease-and-desist letter from Nike and facing an aggressive lawsuit from Newport. To this day, he’s not even legally allowed to own a pair. VICE met up with Ari in Manhattan to hear the inside story of why he made the Menthol 10s, and why he took on a legal battle in the name of conscious consumerism.

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