Qual canto te encanta??? Cada um tem seu charme, mas cada um tem seu estilo próprio! Nem sempre as cores que você mais ama usar em um look se torna uma paleta para decorar seu escritório! Então vale à pena pensar como seria um ambiente perfeito para você trabalhar! Na dúvida, aqui tem 5 opções diferentes uma da outra, mas super modernas para você se inspirar!
Imagens tiradas da Net.
(2) Ens ho va indicar, però no es va estar de dir-nos que els de Barcelona, si no ens posen marques no sabem anar enlloc...i això que no preguntàvem per la ruta del Pedraforca, sino treu escuma.
Plantar tenda com dius, allà on trobis tranquil.ltat i ambient muntanyenc
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"On the 18th March 2020 approximately 1 week before the UK COVID lockdown began I sketched out the bare bones of what would become the first track of this EP. It sparked a somewhat unprecedented burst of energy and creativity that I haven't experienced in a long time and I knew that I couldn't leave lockdown without having at least these songs to show for it. The songs themselves have inevitably been inspired by the current state of the world and originally I even toyed with the idea of naming the EP 'The Quarantine Tapes' however as time has progressed it's become more and more blatant that these songs reflect much more than that, both on a personal level and hopefully an impersonal one too. This mini-album is in equal parts heavy, soft, loud, quiet, fast, slow. There are moments to bang your head, moments to reflect, moments to cry (if you're in to that), moments of misery and moments of optimism. These songs culminate to be the best body of work I am capable of creating at this moment in my life and I'm super proud of them." Hit the link in bio to find out more! .
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To avoid cold chain issues we are lyophilising PCR mastermixes so they can be transported at ambient temperature. Using off patent reagents is a good way to reduce costs but they aren't available for every protocol
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| No Copyright Music | 3 Free Instrumental Dark Ambient Music Backround https://youtu.be/hC9a19_B4TE via @YouTube
असतो मा सद्गमय ।
तमसो मा ज्योतिर्गमय ।
मृत्योर् मामृतं गमय ।
Tuesday I'm back on #VillaBota#radio with an hour of meditative #ambient music! Meanwhile listen to one of the previous episodes or check out my latest #techno ep. All links in bio > https://www.instagram.com/oneirich93/
【 Release 】
Contour - iu takahashi
Label: Umè records
Music and Photography: Iu Takahashi
Design: Zefan Sramek
Mastering: Jared Carrigan
It is available for purchase at Bandcamp.
What influence does living in a world without silence have? In human society, experiencing silence has become a rare and special thing. When was it that this happened? All day we are connected to technology and even in the deep of night cannot find silence. Even in the world of music, where is silence? Music is defined as the arrangement of sound and silence, but in today's music where is the silence? We are living in a world devoid of silence.
What kind of world is the world without silence? Inside the minds of humans various conscious and unconscious processes continue. But in a world without silence we may not be able to see these processes clearly. If one cannot see these processes, how can one understand oneself? Surrounded by noise many things are left unseen and can be ignored. Opposite to this, surrounded by silence, one can face towards one's own self, and as a first step on the road to self-awareness come to know which processes are occurring.
How can we find silence? Perhaps it can be found within nature. However, as human society spreads, so too does the silence in nature shrink. To find silence it may be necessary to go on a journey. A journey to distant places. A pilgrimage of silence.
Umé Records presents the album 'Contour' by Tokyo's iu takahashi.
#iutakahashi #contour #umèRecords #ambient#drone#kankyoongaku #環境音楽 #梅レコード #cassette
more from yesterday in the sun
plaits, chord, rings, maths, clouds and some additional modulation from chipz.
"... But I don't know, I could be wrong...".🤷🏻♂️ With that simple, almost senseless, sentence we try to tell ourselves that since we cannot be 100% sure about things, we cannot be held accountable for the choices we make (or not make).😶 It feels somehow reassuring to know that we're not the onesnto blame, that it's not our fault.🤨 Fuck that.
When it's time to sink or swim, it won't matter who/how/why... Only WHAT and IF you do it will make a difference.💪🏻 Stop complaining.
Start doing. 💗
We are excited to announce a new digital, 4-track EP titled 'ROUTE•' . Includes the previously released single 'HUMANS REMAIN STILL'. It's been a very intimate process and we are very eager to share it with all of you. Since we had to postpone the making of our third official album, we do hope that a bit of new music, will make up the time until we can play music live for you again. The EP is due for release in summer 2020. 🎧You'll be hearing another track soon. 📷Photography by @sophiarvth
Since the album "LOST WORLD" for the CD I made in 2014, the sequel "World After" is now available for the first time in six years. This is for digital distribution. I like acoustics, but I actually like synthesizers too. You can listen to it here on Spotify around the world. You don't have to come to Japan to see me. I'm going through a very difficult time with the coronavirus, so I hope this has helped you heal a little. Thank you very much.
Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
2014年に作った紙ジャケットCDアルバム『LOST WORLD』以来。６年ぶりに続編である『ワールドアフター(英語 World After)』が出来ました。こちらはデジタル配信用です。私はアコースティックが好きですが、実はシンセサイザーも好きです。こちらは世界中のSpotifyで聴けます。あなたは私に逢いに日本に来る必要はありません。コロナウイルスで大変な思いをしている時期なので、少しでもあなたの癒しにあれば幸いです。ありがとうございます。
#shimeikomatsu #シメイコマツ #WorldAfter#Spotifyplaylist#Spotify#spotifymusic#ambient#Electric #アンビエント #エレクリック #癒し #ワールドアフター #nolifenomusic
There are right and fruitful ways to try to ‘empathize’ with the reader, but having to try to imagine yourself as the reader is not one of them; in fact it’s perilously close to the dreaded trap of trying to anticipate whether the reader will ‘like’ something you’re working on, and both you and the very few other fiction writers you’re friends with know that there is no quicker way to tie yourself in knots and kill any human urgency in the thing you’re working on than to try to calculate ahead of time whether that thing will be ‘liked.’ It’s just lethal. An analogy might be: Imagine you’ve gone to a party where you know very few of the people there, and then on your way home afterwards you suddenly realize that you just spent the whole party so concerned about whether the people there seemed to like you or not that you now have absolutely no idea whether you liked any of them or not. Anybody who’s had that sort of experience knows what a totally lethal kind of attitude this is to bring to a party. (Plus of course it almost always turns out that the people at the party actually didn’t like you, for the simple reason that you seemed so inbent and self-conscious the whole time that they got the creepy subliminal feeling that you were using the party merely as some sort of stage to perform on and that you barely even noticed them and that you’d probably left without any idea whether you even liked them or not, which hurts their feelings and causes them to dislike you (they are, after all, only human, and they have the same insecurities about being liked as you do).) - David Foster Wallace
Seventh chapter with Li Yilei, Funeral Leech, Tereshkova, Regis, Ceremonial Crypt Desecration, Maxwell Sterling
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You Are Listening to Los Angeles (or other police radio channels with ambient music - Press Play on left) http://youarelistening.to/losangeles
Unexpected and overlooked 2LP collaboration between Japanese dub outfit Audio Active and new-age multi-instrumentalist Laraaji for All Saints. The group's typically fusion orientated approach darts between heavily hip-hop influenced moments to more stoned downtempo / trip-hop feels, with obvious nods from Adrian Sherwood's production (who also worked with them on the On-U Sound label), whilst Laraaji's heavenly zither shimmers in the background or infectious laugher bubbles underneath. Certainly there's moments that veer way off track, but others more than make up for it, like the atmospheric downbeat of 'Laraajingle' or the dubbed-out 'Hither And Zither' rework of Laraaji's eternal nirvana-achieving classic 'Being Here' from the 92 'Flow Goes The Universe' CD, here masterfully reworked into mellow, mechanical and washed-out drums with glistens of over-tonal bliss. (NM/NM).
#audioactive #laraaji#dub#triphop#zither#newage#ambient#vinyl #on-Usound
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My favorite releases this week (25th May to 31st May)
Alignments by Aesthesys: Futuristic progressiveness flourished in this Post-Rock Rock album with violin harmonies which captures the image of sci-fi movies or books. I enjoyed synthwave elements in this album. There's certain diversity in each tracks with eminent riffs. .
Nullity by Lesser Glow: Wow...this year is bombarded with amazing Doom/Sludge metal releases. Lesser Glow's previous album "Ruined" was already outstanding in it's own world. However, it was more sludge-y than Nullity. Nullity is ought to be gloomy and resonates with intensed doom. It's impressive that they created even darker atmosphere.
Opium by Descend into Despair: this funeral Doom Metal blistered the world into ashes again. The emotional connection between atmosphere and distortion, is overwhelmingly beautiful. Although I heard only one track which is 22 minutes long but still, I can feel that other 2 tracks would be amazing. I can't wait to listen to them! .
Continuous Portrait by Inventions: Post-Rock is manifestly perplexing these days. Inventions is duo band created by Matthew Robert Cooper (Eluvium) and Mark T. Smith (Explosions in the Sky). Both of them are wonderful artists and they worked on new album very well. I'm impressed how they conceptualized melancholic auras and uplifting energies together. .
A lot of people are adamant that there are no good police but wouldn't think for a second if becoming one themselves.
A friend of mine once said, "You must be the change you want to see in the world."
- Mahatma Gandhi
THAT'S how things work.
Grouper - A I A: Dream Loss
Genre - Dark Ambient/Experimental
Year Released - 2011
One of the two halfs of the “A I A” project (the other one being the famous “Alien Observer”), this Grouper album is similar to her other works, but different at the same time. It also develops a hazy ambience like her other albums do, however, the ambience which this one develops is extremely obscure. Also, each track sounds completely different between each other, with one of them being heavy influenced by Goth Music (“Dragging The Streets”) and another one being heavy influenced by Shoegaze (“I Saw A Ray”), for example. Nevertheless, what unite all of them is not only the mentioned hazy and obscure ambience, but also the harsh instrumention that Liz Harris decided to use. The only track that is similar to what we listen on “Alien Observer” is the last one, “A Lie”, the best of “Dream Loss”, but it is still very obscure.
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Oxygen-excess oxides in Earth’s mid-mantle facilitate the ascent of deep oxygen | #Geology#GeologyPage
This oxygen-excess phase is fully recoverable to ambient conditions for ex-situ investigation using transmission electron ...
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