When light waves reflect off the ridges on your CD, they overlap and interfere with each other. Sometimes the waves add together, making certain colors brighter, and sometimes they cancel each other, taking certain colors away. This and dozens of other cool activities are included in the Exploratorium's Science Explorer books, available for purchase from our online store. Or ask at a record store if they will give you a CD that won't play. Take the CD out of its case and take a look at the blank side the side that doesn't have any printing on it.
You'll see bands of shimmering color. He worked a bit of magic with the muddy sounding songs. Christopher B likes this. Location: USA. You can also get four of the tracks on the Catch the Rainbow: The Anthology which sound better.
It's not the whole album, unfortunately. Holy Diver , Dec 20, Location: Europe. I got them for 5 Euro each and compared to my old german LPs, they sound better I think. Location: Germany. The alternate takes on the Deluxe Edition. Eric Kriss Design. Frank Vega Design. David Porter 3 Engineer. Iasos Flute. John Whitney 7 Photography By. It features the celestial tones of the Fender Rhodes electric piano to literally 'tune your human instrument.
Reply Notify me Helpful. It all sounds like electric piano noodling to me. But that's what you came here for! Though In Rainbows puts that to rights, it takes its time to show its full hand. The opening track Step 15 finds Yorke doing his impersonation of a ghostly choirboy over a mildly autistic, Kid A flavoured, hip-hop beat. Everything changes with track three, Nude, a song that sounds like a classic old soul ballad with some slightly strange sonic edges. This reminds you instantly of the wide screen, emotionally coloured splendour that Radiohead used to evoke on a regular basis before the urge to unsettle listeners usurped the desire to offer them something more cathartic.
Based partly on his metaphysical beliefs and partly on more solid scientific research into the effects of sound on the human body, he came to the conclusion that the Western foundation of tension and release in music couldn't by nature provide listeners with relief from stress.
He decided the answer was to create music that "didn't go anywhere" in the traditional sense but instead immersed the listener in a positive atmosphere conducive to recuperative and transcendental experiences. Halpern created music that was centered largely around cascades of major-key arpeggios improvised at the electric piano, and he added generous helpings of reverb to create a spacey, other-worldly feeling.
He took a certain amount of inspiration from Asian classical music and looked into the ceremonial, magical, and healing aspects of sound used by ancient cultures. Families -- England -- Midlands -- Fiction. Midlands England -- Fiction. England -- Midlands. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. WorldCat is the world's largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. Remember me on this computer. Cancel Forgot your password?
View all subjects. User lists Similar Items.Oct 05, · Well, this album is a hard one. I currently have the SACD for reference (which doesn't sound too good, should've heeded the warnings on here!). I haven't really been able to find any definitive arguments about this title as to which is the best, so I'm asking you guys, which is the best version of Rainbow's LLRNR?