- 20/01/2017Fun article. Key discussion point within to ponder is the concept of "Style Transfer", and in the context of Enterprise or Business. Enjoy.Kristen Stewart (yes, that Kristen Stewart) just released a research paper on artificial intelligenceqz.com The paper describes experiments with style transfer in Stewart's screenwriting debut, "Come...
- Producer19/01/2017beBee(aaS)? As an organization, would you buy into beBee as a service? For intrapreneurial use.Well? Would you?Something that would live on azure/bluemix (in the cloud) for intra organizational use; same framework, as a (cloud) service. Reasonable licensing cost and API friendly. Plug ins for...
- Producer28/07/2016On An Unusual Variation of the Butterfly EffectYesterday (July 26) was the miscellaneous birthday of Mick Jagger, founding member of the British Boy Band "The Rolling Stones". Some people may not be aware of a 1967 Conspiracy among a group of "Nervous" British Government Officials, and...
Comments28/02/2017 #54 Robert CormackPersonally, Gerald, I think Jagger was laughing the whole time, realizing the very government and news agencies that thought he was a danger were, in fact, promoting him across Great Britain and around the world. He wasn't nearly as bad as some—or most—but he capitalized as Jagger was known to capitalize when the opportunity arose. That's how he's lasted longer than all the bureaucrats and editors who thought it was fine and dandy to "stretch a butterfly on a wheel." Thanks for the post.23/11/2016 #53 Gerald Hecht#51 @Nick Mlatchkov That's probably true; to be subject to abuse/intimidation/conspiracy by the very institutions designed to protect citizens (from violations of the rule of law) ... is something that I have experienced personally; it forever changes a person...I will never cease to "speak truth to power"...I realize how precious and fragile the rule of law is...placing people in positions of political/policy power who don't understand it...or who are willing to abuse that power is something we should all keep our eye on. We all should cultivate a "skeptical (maybe not cynical) eye" for such things.08/11/2016 #49 Gerald Hecht#47 @John Byler yeah, You were totally out of control the few times that you came to visit (which always seemed to be during business meetings); has Keith ever asked you to compensate him for the stuff you broke...especially that vase? I thought he was going to shoot you for that one!
- Producer12/07/2016I'm Looking for The BEST Content for Promotion via beBee's Twitter AccountsExceptional content should be promoted so more people can read it! Am I right? I've definitely read some amazing stories here on beBee Producer! I enjoy the wide variety of topics on beBee from real thought leaders that are living and breathing what...
Comments08/02/2017 #122 Mohamad El Kaissi"Ideas, Ideas and more Ideas! We all have them, what do we do with them? It's time to share...." @MyLiveCV
#MicroSocialNetworking https://www.bebee.com/producer/@mohamad-el-kaissi/ideas-ideas-and-more-ideas-we-all-have-them-what-do-we-do-with-them-it-s-time-to-share08/02/2017 #121 Mohamad El Kaissi"My LinkedIn Story...now a beBee one." @MyLiveCV
#MicroSocialNetworking https://www.bebee.com/producer/@mohamad-el-kaissi/my-linkedin-story-now-a-bebee-one30/01/2017 #119 Sara HodgeWonderful! Thank you for such a great opportunity! Mine are below:
"Twitter Tip: Be Mindful of Automation". @strongworthy
#SocialMedia https://www.bebee.com/producer/@sara-hodge/twitter-tip-be-mindful-of-automation View moreWonderful! Thank you for such a great opportunity! Mine are below:
"Twitter Tip: Be Mindful of Automation". @strongworthy
"Ditch The Old School Graphics: Tips for Awesome Social Images". @strongworthy
#SocialMedia https://www.bebee.com/producer/@sara-hodge/ditch-the-old-school-graphics-tips-for-quick-easy-awesome-social-images Close30/01/2017 #118 Andrew BooksTwo very personal stories that came from a pensive state of mind:
"I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends: The Incalculable Value Of Friendship"
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@andrew-books-wisconsin/i-get-by-with-a-little-help-from-my-friends-the-incalculable-value-of-friendship View moreTwo very personal stories that came from a pensive state of mind:
"I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends: The Incalculable Value Of Friendship"
Family Is Everything: The Lesson Dad Left Behind
#missyoudad Close29/01/2017 #117 Claire L CardwellHi John, What a great idea! I think my best two articles so far are :-
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@claire-cardwell/what-i-love-about-bebee View moreHi John, What a great idea! I think my best two articles so far are :-
My twitter handle is @ClaireCardwell
Have an awesome day! Close20/01/2017 #113 Ari KopoulosWhy You Need a #Mentor, and How to Find One @aricochet #personaldevelopment https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ari-kopoulos/why-you-need-a-mentor-and-how-to-find-one View moreWhy You Need a #Mentor, and How to Find One @aricochet #personaldevelopment https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ari-kopoulos/why-you-need-a-mentor-and-how-to-find-one Cheers John Close20/01/2017 #112 Devesh 🐝 Bhatt"Feels Good to be a Bee"@sooutoftweets#affinitynetworking https://www.bebee.com/producer/@devesh-bhatt/feels-good-to-be-a-bee-by-devesh-bhatt09/01/2017 #111 Brian McKenzieHere is my Latest - and most timely - I hope to get more attention outside of the ATS funnel. "12 Days of Healthcare" @brian-mckenzie #KillObamaCare
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@brian-mckenzie/12-days-of-healthcare View moreHere is my Latest - and most timely - I hope to get more attention outside of the ATS funnel. "12 Days of Healthcare" @brian-mckenzie #KillObamaCare
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@brian-mckenzie/12-days-of-healthcare If you hate ever escalating insurance premiums and the overly intrusive IRS in your life - pass this along and around. Thanks for the support. Close08/01/2017 #109 Lyon Brave@lyonbrave https://www.bebee.com/producer/@lyon-brave/afghanistan-women-forced-marriages-prefrontal-cortex View more@lyonbrave https://www.bebee.com/producer/@lyon-brave/afghanistan-women-forced-marriages-prefrontal-cortex #forcedmarriages
https://www.bebee.com/bee/lyon-brave Close04/01/2017 #108 Adam Weedy1) "Why do corporate initiatives fail?" @weedybars https://www.bebee.com/producer/@adam-weedy/why-do-corporate-initiatives-fail View more1) "Why do corporate initiatives fail?" @weedybars https://www.bebee.com/producer/@adam-weedy/why-do-corporate-initiatives-fail #leadership 2) "What is leadership?" @weedybars https://www.bebee.com/producer/@adam-weedy/what-is-leadership #leadership Close24/12/2016 #107 Sandra 🐝 Smith"A Tale of Two Emails: How to Make Your Pitch Emails Speak to Me" @sandrasmithco https://www.bebee.com/producer/@sandra-smith/a-tale-of-two-emails-how-to-make-your-pitch-emails-speak-to-me
- 11/07/2016Checkpoint. Breathe.Alan Watts: It Starts Now (The Birth of Responsibility)consciouslifenews.com Things are not explained by the past. They’re explained by what happens now. That creates the past. And it begins here. That’s the birth of...
- 10/07/2016By Satya Nadella, CEO at Microsoft. "A.I. must be designed to assist humanity: As we build more autonomous machines, we need to respect human autonomy." - Satya NadellaThe Partnership of the Future - How humans and A.I. can work together to solve society's greatest challengeswww.linkedin.com Advanced machine learning, also known as artificial intelligence or just A.I., holds far greater promise than unsettling headlines about computers beating humans at games like Jeopardy!,...
- Producer11/07/2016Breaking News! beBee Now Promoting User Posts on Our Social Media PagesI'd like to take this opportunity to thank you to those that have taken the time to wish me well regarding my appointment of Social Marketing Director for beBee USA. I must say that beBee is hands down the most exciting project I have ever had in my...
Comments20/03/2017 #36 Linda AdamsGreat idea to promote beBee's Producer articles on beBee social media pages and a win-win. We get more promotion of our stories and in turn more readers learn about beBee. I found beBee by reading Fatima William's post on another social media site. Happy to bee involved.20/09/2016 #32 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDI love that beBee is promoting its Promoters on Twitter, especially. Twitter audiences have a wider market in the medical field, as there are not many MD, PhD, or MD, PhD Producers (yet). An article on death and dying, for example may not 'fit' well with beBee but be gulped down by mainstream Stanfords and MedLinks, invisible illnesses and long-term diseases. So I'd like to first encourage new beBee Producers to also check the analytics on their other social media profiles to gain confidence. For example, neither my "Watermelon" nor "Staring at an Aquarium" articles did particularly well here but have skyrocketed on Twitter and FB. (The Aquarium article landed me with an Australian following, so go ahead and write about fish!) Second question: what does it take to get Followed by all of beBee's Twitter profiles? Is there a goal to attain first? I'd suggest an Engagement status on Twitter. And thirdly, I'm lovin' the concept of Promoting others' Productions....I'm guilty of not doing that so well. Thank you as now I see that I need to take the initiative on that. Coming back to read this post twice has helped me tremendously. Worth a 2nd read. ((Hugs)) @Michele Williams, @Victoria Lewin, @RAVINDER VIJ, @WILLIAM C. BALLARD II, @Manish Nair | Research Postgrad, @Gordon Pye, @Samantha Appleyard, @Lana Kirby, @John Byler, @Nicole Chardenet, @Aurorasa Sima, @Charlene Burke, @Renée 🐝 Cormier.12/07/2016 #20 John ValledorAs a new bee in this hive of hives, where can I go to get a tutorial on how to do things on the beBee app? For example, how do I make honey from the app? I've clicked on every image in the app's GUI, but can't seem to figure out this one particular action. It is holding me back having to go to my laptop.
FYI, one of the most annoying aspects of LinkedIn was the feeling of being alone in trying to navigate the channel's functions. Hated having to find morsels of info via articles. Further, the LinkedIn GUI wasn't intuitive either.
I like my experience thus far, but I want to soar with my fellow bees. Right now, as new-bee, I can only hop and skip.
- Producer29/06/2016ON TENURE, THE BIRTH OF SCIENTIFIC PSYCHOLOGY, AND ITS IMPENDING DOOM: “DEATH BY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LITIGATION”In the 18th-century, serendipitous findings in the field of Astronomy (the details of which shall be omitted for brevity, as they are not the focal point of this essay) led the director of the Royal Observatory at Königsberg, Friedrich Wilhelm...
Comments23/07/2016 #49 Gerald Hecht#48 @Gert 🐝 Scholtz yeah...it's taking (changing) shape...the product of two recent trips to my old "stomping grounds" in Philadelphia/South Jersey Shore...to play/sing with Liat, to visit family, old friends, see Paul McCartney and Bob Dylan...and take the kids on a historical tour of the actual birthplace of the American Revolution in Old Towne Philadelphia, and finally to take a little break from the love of senseless murder in Baton Rouge (the name itself refers to a blood smeared stake on a bluff above the Mississippi River planted by adjacent Native American Tribes as a "Turf Boundry Thingie" found by French Explorers...who promptly were relieved of it by Spain...for a while)...anyway during my two excursions...a chicken that had belonged to my great uncle had a position of prominence in a museum...so there are many elements to this story --which I want, nonetheless to use as few words as possible; this is a challenge!21/07/2016 #47 Gerald Hecht@Aaron Skogen thank you for sharing this; something new and true is brewing but it wouldn't finish properly...today. It features a chicken that was raised on my great uncle's farm, made a stop in the Guiness Book of World Records before playing a more serious geopolitical role...also Ben Franklin, Luigi Galvagni Alessandro Volta, and George Washington's "instant karma" after major screwups/poor management decisions during the French-Indian War...it' may or may not end up as a musical...it has rare photographs from several landmarks on the National Registry of Historical Locations...less math...except for some of the voltaic pile thingies and some "protoneurophysiology" experiments by Galvagni using Franklin's lighting rod...the critical numbers belong to the chicken and are simple (though heroic)20/07/2016 #44 Phil FriedmanTHIS IS A MUST READ POST by @Gerald Hecht. Although wacky and weird on the surface, it has genuine substance. I often say do not mistake obscurity of expression for depth of thought. But in Gerry's case, I have to revise that to do not mistake surface obscurity for lack of underlying meaning. My favorite weapon may end up to be a Cockler & Hecht.10/07/2016 #32 Rick DelmonicoPsychophysics and Just-Noticeable Difference https://www.cs.umd.edu/class/fall2012/cmsc828d/reportfiles/buntain4.pdf10/07/2016 #31 Rick Delmonicohttp://sonify.psych.gatech.edu/~walkerb/classes/perception/readings/Chaudhuri-CH1.pdf Principles of Perceptual Measurement Close10/07/2016 #28 John VaughanConceptually dense - and a bit academistical, but a great read, @Gerald Hecht. I'm a bit out of my depth on this one, but - in a somewhat-related vein ... https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/intellectual-capital-investment-john-vaughan07/07/2016 #27 Gerald HechtPlease be kind and
3) share and
4) express your perceptions of its relevance to you, your society, your economic situational mobility, your rights as a citizen yearning to be free, etc.,
4) Collectively known as Tom Pain's "Big Four ": (LCSR)
I will try assess the situation here on the ground, in the light of recent events
- Producer09/07/2016The future of Design and the Design Jockey. Progressing from solitude to open design.Design and Design Thinking is all the rage today. Everyone is talking about it. But that's just talk or in essence the product of what is now becoming a major awareness campaign, and that’s real good, plain and simple. Now take a moment and think...
- Producer08/07/2016gerry's STUPID SENSATION & PERCEPTION TRICKS II: IT WORKS WITH ACTUAL MUSIC AS WELL"ACOUSTIC HURRICANE": Here we have an experiment in top down auditory processing which informs us that: Our brains "make up stuff all the time."When incoming sensory information (i.e., sights, sounds, tastes, etc.) travel to the Central Nervous...
Comments09/07/2016 #12 John VaughanAnother one that I 'discovered' (a looooong time ago) while working in video: "Edit to the music." Sound provides continuity. Present a random series of images. Play music. Any music. Your audience will insist that the sound and images "go together". We find the pattern. Or make one up. There's a high correlation between intelligence and paranoia.08/07/2016 #11 Gerald Hecht@John Vaughan this is good stuff, FWIW, when I'm teaching Sensation and Perception --I've found a couple of sure fire demos, that are funcational: 1) bring in a virus laden Windows desktop and randomly pick a student to retrieve a website for me that is relevant to the the class; projecting it on screen; as the pop ups begin there relentless assault, I switch the projection to the volunteer who is behaving frantically, with all "their might" to move Windows that "are in front of" and therefore blocking, the relevant window which somewhere "behind the others" --somewhere "way in back"... The rest of the class begins to giggle, quietly at first...as they observe the body language!
Then I stop the madness, and Tao the monitor with my knuckles, "knocking on the door"...and ask the sweating frantic student can any thing really be in "front of" or behind" anything else
"In there?'" Can there even be an "in there?"
2) same idea but with a first person shooter game...projecting the player's "body English" as they try to look around a boulder for the enemy!
No lecture needed that day
RES IPSA LOQUITUR!08/07/2016 #8 Mickael Angelo Yusufidis@Gerald Hecht You're welcome. I appreciate and share your observations regarding my own profile. I'm finding it extremely fun designing and shaping what I can currently coin as a framework for a conceptual discipline. Planning to step into the Hasso PIattner Institute of Design Thinking (d.school) as a next step. More to come.
- Producer01/07/2016Living the Pollination of an IdeaI am repeating an experiment I did before so that we all may witness how the progressive pollination of an idea takes us into different paths. We see pollination of ideas working, progressing, illuminating, giving hues of new ideas and develop...
Comments02/07/2016 #55 CityVP 🐝 ManjitHow we imagine a rainbow represents our imagination and that imagination represents an essential idea of freedom. When I look at a rainbow I know that it is more than what I can physically see - that the actuality of the rainbow is that it is a full circle, but my imagination can make it an arc with a beginning and end, it can make it a vessel. That I have all these choices is a freedom of imagination, that I know its reality is to know the meaning of being whole.01/07/2016 #50 Anees Zaidi#49 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD seeing the world through the eyes of a child is the most beautiful experience. Although my Grandpa's garden has vanished in the rough and tough tides of carelessness and wilful negligence, I still enjoy and relish it's beauty through the eyes of the child sitting inside me. Your memorable moments spend with your siblings will never let you grow.01/07/2016 #49 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#42 @Ali Anani: I 'raised' my six siblings since age 13, then had one baby at age 19 and now another at age 42. Kermit the Frog still lives on, as does Disneyland...and I was blessed to have a hand in raising 3 generations of child(ren)...and have learned to see the world through the eyes of a child. I don't even realize when I do it. I just shrink myself up into a little ball, and try to describe the colors, the wind, the rustle of the crinkling leaves underfoot, and the little kind rollie-pollie bugs that crawl like a centipede so harmlessly on my arm. What joy it is, to look at the world through a child's eyes. Therefore, I shall never, ever grow up!01/07/2016 #47 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#41 You are so complimentary...and I credit you with bringing out the creative writer in me...urging me to push on with first poetry and now with script-writing...yes. The flower is re-born and circling back yet once again, it does so also in the slow graduation from 'like' to 'love.' All because of you, great mentor, @Ali Anani. All because the Father spurs on both the sons and the daughters ;-).01/07/2016 #41 Ali Anani#35- like watching a flower bloom in slow motion- you must be great in writing scripts dear @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD. This visual of words speaks tons. Great comment and I also invite @Anees Zaidi to read your comment and see what amazement you added to his dried petals. Thank You margaret for planting a flower in my heart.
- Producer04/06/2016Drawn 2 Subdue. Listen in. On SoundCloudCome through by pressing play. Enjoy.Happy Saturday :)Drawn 2 Subdue on...
- Producer30/05/2016Analytics: not just another BuzzwordThis article first appeared on bicorner.com. Fear not, there are absolutely no mathematical formulas contained herein. Mathematically, that is wrtten where x are mathematical symbols, W is all words in the post and M is all maths. Who...
Comments01/06/2016 #7 Pamela 🐝 Williams#2 Just wait @Catalina Serrano, you'll come to understand Analytics like you would never imagine after following Jeffrey for a while. I do analytics in my own career but not even close to the complexity of Jeffrey's work
. I learned so much from his sharing of knowledge.01/06/2016 #6 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsFirst @Jeffrey Strickland, let me say that I am so happy to see you here on beBee! This is a community I believe you will truly thrive and having someone who so aptly explains analytics, statistics, and all the other mathematical magic that you perform is the ultimate 'honey pot' Now for the post:
"Analytics is best performed by people who do not have presuppositions about the problem or the data". This statement is along the lines of what I truly believe is extremely important for analytics that serve the purpose for which they are developed. I've crossed industries in my own career and have found that my NOT knowing a lot about the company or industry at the start served as an advantage. The work I did focused primarily on data analysis and the processes that created the data so the most important question I asked was Why? It always uncovered some unusual and sometimes scary answers. Thank you Jeffrey! Welcome, welcome!
- 30/05/2016Some Monday Melancholia....Jasarat Ali. Arcane Circle. On SoundCloud.Ali.J | The Arcane Circle | May 2016soundcloud.com A mixed set of some of my favourite tracks(old and new) Tracklist: 1. My Prayer By Azamat 2. Woodwork (Original Mix)By Victor Norman 3. Verum(Original Mix)By Wide Awake 4. Dream When It's Wrong By...
- 17/05/2016Spruce up your morning with some sonic change and strategy. Enjoy this mix. Meet "The Mathematician" on SoundCloud, brought to you by Atelier M.Mathematiciansoundcloud.com A mathematician is someone who uses an extensive knowledge of mathematics in his or her work, typically to solve mathematical problems. Mathematics is concerned with numbers, data, quantity,...
- Producer17/05/2016Big data, Predictive Analytics and Flowstate: Lean/Six-Sigma AdvancementsWith big data introducing the logistics and framework to standardize and normalize data models, predictive analytics in real time may be a real target state concept for the evolution of delivery management. True Flowstate delivery, real time...
- Producer14/05/2016Sonic Paradox [Press Play and Enjoy.....Happy Saturday!]Click below and PRESS PLAY!Sonic Paradox. On SoundCloud. Brought to you by Atelier M.A paradox is a statement that contradicts itself and yet might be true (or wrong at the same time). Some logical paradoxes are known to be invalid arguments but...
- Producer14/05/2016Music that marked my lifeI was thinking about which music bands have marked my life. There is a long list: The Cure , Dire Straits, Ramones, The Police, Depeche Mode, Héroes del Silencio, Queen, Duncan Dhu, El Último de la fila, La dama se esconde, Loquillo, Nacha Pop,...
Comments10/10/2016 #20 Aaron SkogenNot sure where to start with this one @Javier 🐝 beBee, so I'll begin with the end. This is a fantastic soundtrack! It's funny how we all have a soundtrack of sorts, we can all relate a tune (or ten) to a point along the journey. Sometimes they intersect and others they're off on the b-side. It's great to hear some of your tracks!08/06/2016 #17 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#16 note from Randy Keho : Dear Randy, Alzheimers awareness is growing though what we all pray for is that the medical community finds a cure for this soon. Glen Campbell's descent into Alzheimers was bravely broadcast and his song is a difficult one to listen to but it spreads awareness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8TsAh-zYFI. I lost my uncle recently to Parkinsons and so I have had some first hand experience of how devastating these afflictions are, but one must find all ways to remain strong as a family, for these are supreme tests. I congratulate CNN for pursuing awareness of Alzheimers with their film. http://www.cnn.com/shows/glen-campbell-ill-be-me08/06/2016 #16 Randy Keho#14 I'm very pleased to learn that the last faculty to be lost by Alzheimer's patients relates to the love of of music. Both of my parents suffer from the horrible disease and are in a nursing home, where my mother no longer recognizes my father. Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and a former Irish dancer, my mother still enjoys hearing jigs and reels. Dad still prefers his Big Bands, with a side of Frank Sinatra. If I end up in a nursing home, I hope the staff appreciates the Doors.19/05/2016 #14 CityVP 🐝 ManjitWe can create multiple streams of timelines about different aspects of our lives and each track we associate on those timelines would tell a different story. It is no wonder that in Alzheimer patients, music is usually the last faculty to be lost, which highlights just how powerfully music can permeate our life stories. My 70's timeline includes buying albums by 10CC and The Eagles, the 80's Stranglers and Depeche Mode. The timeline is punctuated by the media of the music, so all my purchases in that time where vinyl. I can remember my first vinyl purchase but strangely cannot remember my first CD purchase. Then there are cassettes, MP3's and now You-Tube and all of those represent the way people got music for free. Then there is the relationship between film and song and here I can never forget Nilsson and Everybody's Talkin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AzEY6ZqkuE15/05/2016 #9 Antonio L Rodríguez del PozoCreate a list of fav artists or those who have, or will, mark/ed my life,!!!! This is one of the the hardest ventures I will have on my life, for instance I will have no doubt on mentioning now, for obvious reasons, Prince. I remember when I got on my hands Dirty Mind, the first work I listen from the Minneapolis Master, I was talking about the vinyl, taking out the inner sleeve where the disc was in, the pictures, the songs, the lyrics from Head. But what about the very first time I listen to James Brown "sex machine"?, I got ants on my pants, bees!!!!! I spent years where I listen no other than R'nB', Funk, and gradually you arrive at Jazz, Hip-Hop (mainly those turntable masters using that R'n'B and jazz samples, let's mention J Dilla, just for mentioning one), later on I recovered the missing years from the "dark side" with bands like The Cure, it's is impossible to describe their music, it is something at skin level, a few years ago I discovered Radiohead, and I must confess I am a junkie of their music. As stated at the beginning I am not courage enough to create a list. That is one of the reasons that led me to create the hive "Best music tracks ever" just to share with others what I like, thus you have the chance , and taking the change as it is very apropriated the track I am listening right now: YOU KNOW HOW TO MAKE ME FEEL SO GOOD14/05/2016 #5 Dean OwenA great list. It is sad to see the death of the guitar in modern music. Yes every band has guitars, but whatever happened to the classic riffs we grew up on. Mark Knopfler in Tunnel of Love, Slash - opening riff in Sweet Child O Mine, Clapton, Santana, Hendrix, Page, Keith Richards, Brian May, BB King...
- 05/05/2016TbT Easy Vibes - There's no looking back = Metamorphosis. Courtesy of Atelier M. On SoundCloud.Metamorphosissoundcloud.com met·a·mor·pho·sis [met-uh-mawr-fuh-sis] noun, plural – A profound change in form from one stage to the next in the life history of an organism, as from the caterpillar to the pupa and from the pupa...
- 28/04/2016Soul Vibes: Soul Button - Inner Symphony #012. Listen in.Soul Button - Inner Symphony #012soundcloud.com After much anticipation, Soul Button’s Inner Symphony #012 finally arrives. An elegant podcast from start to finish, Inner Symphony #012 gifts us with an outpour of heart engaging sequences and...
- 27/04/2016Great take on mastering music and knowing your limits,5 Reasons You Shouldn't Master Your Own Musicwww.linkedin.com Over the course of my career, music production has always been a priority for me. I've made great efforts to work in the industry and pursue my dreams of recording full time. Along the way of...
- 26/04/2016Work in progress, testing a few things out as well. Focus is on the arrangement of the framework before the magic happens :) What do you think? Great oldies out there with LOTS of potential for remixing.Heaven On Their Minds [Build 2 - Work in Progress]soundcloud.com Testing build bounce to SC; remixing Heaven On Their Minds (B2), w/Magenta remix framework. (SC Hour Glass Wave...