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  • Memory To Remember

    are in court lawyers often cross examine the witnesses and try to discredit their testimony by the flaws they see. In one study, subjects watched a video of a bank robbery and were tested on their memory of what happened at the crime. This study explained that if you know what the car looked like when the perpetrators were getting way does not mean you can accurately tell the perpetrators face (Fisher & Cutler, 2007). Thus, all playing a role in memory. The article did support my initial thoughts that memory is not accurate all the time and cannot be seen as a video recorder. They are certainly two different things and when we talk about memory we can mix it up and fill in the blanks to our liking. A video recorder would be a definite recording of each exact detail to precision, but our memory is not able to do that because our memory starts to fade away during time and we start to remember it less and less. There are potential dangers when believing in psychological misconceptions, just because you got one part right in a case for example does not mean the rest of it is accurate. I think psychological misconceptions develop because people find it reassuring to believe what they think happened. Things we can do to correct these misconceptions are more research and conducting many studies. Furthermore, we can spread more awareness through T.V. shows and more articles.…

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  • Duckweed Grow Lab

    On the 2nd day of recording there was no growth in the duckweed showing that duckweed cant grow after 3 days in no stock water. On the 3rd day of recording the duckweed had a huge jump in growth as it was now at 13 duckweed plants. This shows that duckweed can grow in no stock water and has started off huge by gaining 8 duckweed plants. On the 4th day of recording there was 17 duckweed plants. Showing that duckweed can grow well with no nitrogen added. On the 5th day of recording the duckweed…

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  • The Importance Of Staying At DTM Records

    If you’re looking for a recording studio that’s close to the Saint Louis, MO vicinity, DTM Records is the right service for you. We serve Saint Louis, Florissant, Hazelwood and other nearby communities. DTM Records is an established and reputable company that you can depend on to put your hard work as a musician together. This task is not difficult as long as you can rely on the right professionals to get your work compiled exactly the way you want it. When you have a passion for music it is…

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  • Gender Roles In Susan Glaspell's Trifles

    When examined closely different gender roles affect culture by creating a status quo within society. The gender and the stereotype of an individual vary within all individuals. One's role in a society is determined on how they view themselves and equality. In the drama Trifles, by Susan Glaspell, un-stereotypical characters of contradicting gender roles are used to show men’s superiority over women and how equality is not enforced. Glaspell uses gender roles to distinguish between…

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  • Recording Studio Proposal

    There are many different goals I hope to achieve through the design of my studio. My plan involves recording and producing high quality tracks, though I hope to make my studio easy to use. As operator of the studio, I would mainly produce and create hip-hop tracks. I would use many different types of tools, both physically and virtually. My studio would be designed through a audio interface, which would act as the capital. My recordings would be done through a condenser microphone and I would…

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  • Digital Recording Essay

    Digital recording was a much more exact science facilitating easy editing, reproduction and storage solutions. The emergence of digital audio coincided with the development of the audio compact disc which is the most common medium in the commercial audio industry to date. Due to its precise nature, there is a growing culture of running a signal through analogue equipment to give it ‘warmth'. Towards the end of the 1980s, computer based sequencing and studio controlling exploded onto the…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Theoretical Connections

    what you know, but who you know. Over the years, I had my own project going, a band called Cranium Lounge. This band was run by myself and my singer and songwriting partner, Rob. That was my personal project, my baby, and Rob and I had a knack for writing good songs, so I cherished this project more than anything. I was also a “gun-for-hire” and was hired to play guitar for recording sessions…

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  • Personal Statement Sound Engineering

    I strongly believe that Sound Engineering is the one and only course I have most passion for and I know I will have success in. I am confident and have a lot of hope in this course as I have been constantly thinking about this this career for a few years now. I chose this course as I have an ambition to work with producers, recording, mixing and even producing music. Recording Producers and musicians, adjusting the sounds auto-tuning, adding synthetic sounds to a track is my strength and…

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  • Music Studio Case Study

    The pricier studios are usually found in the larger areas associated with the music industry, like New York, Los Angeles, Nashville, or Atlanta. Smaller areas, such as Montgomery, Birmingham, and Mobile tend to stay under $100 per hour, but usually cost more than $50 per hour, depending on the quality of the studio. Around Montgomery, the least expensive professional studio that advertises regularly offers digital recording services for as little as $50 per hour. The Cage will offer studio time…

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  • Analysis Of Channel Orange

    most albums begin, with a few great ideas and a couple instruments. There were days that Frank would come in with some lyrics, and Malay would pull up a keyboard and guitar to get some ideas floating around, and those were the days that the album began (Complex Magazine, 2012). By composing songs in this style, they did not have a bulk amount of songs that they had to choose and narrow down from. They had around twenty really heart-felt, well-planned songs, and that is how the songwriting…

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