Here is a screen capture of me using OpenChords. You can see I demonstrate by tapping each chord to hear them, then playing them back, and finally changing their inversions. This video demonstrates how easy it is to make and edit music in OpenChords. it has a nice piano sound, too! Try it yourself at https://intersexmusic.com/open...Transcript
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You can play the game in your web browser or get it on Google Play at https://intersexmusic.com/word...
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What is climate change? Warming of the climate system. The global average temperature has risen approximately 1 degree C over the past 100 years, which has been most pronounced during the past 30 years. The atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration has increased by almost 40 percent since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. Greenhouse gases are now a major contributor to climate change.
Climate change is the warming of the climate system. The volcanic eruptions of Mount Pinatubo in 1991 and Mount Tambora in 1815 caused large increases in temperature for years to follow, eventually lowering global temperatures temporarily. How is global warming affected by natural changes in the Earth's climate? Atmospheric rivers in the United States are forming in winter as winds off the Pacific push warm air into the dry air that normally makes up the US West. This causes an increase in rainfall across the state, flooding roadways and causing power outages. The increased atmospheric river activity was the result of a warming ocean and is predicted to increase as the climate warms.
How can global warming be halted? Can global warming be stopped? There are currently hundreds of government and academic teams around the world dedicated to developing and testing new ways to cool the Earth's climate. If the goal is to avoid the worst consequences of climate change, research into this and many other areas of climate science must continue. Recent and projected levels of global warming of 1.5 degrees C or higher will bring significant consequences and possibly even the end of civilization. Scientists from the United States and the United Kingdom determined that stopping global warming would require staving off about 33 billion tons of carbon dioxide per year. In 2015, there were roughly 2,000 cases of heat-related deaths around the world each year. If such figures remained constant, the average global temperature would reach about 7 degrees C higher. The report of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) "Climate Change 2015: The Physical Science Basis" estimated the frequency of heatwaves by century's end, both in terms of the number of events and their severity, will be 3 to 10 times as high as today and 1 to 4 times as common in North America and Europe.
Types of climate science models model how our climate operates, or "model the Earth." NASA defines climate models as "an abstract mathematical representation of the relationships between variables and environment of interest in the atmosphere, in the ocean, in space, and in the biosphere," including weather, climate, and ecosystems. For example, some models predict trends in climate over years or decades. However, climate scientists must calculate many quantities in climate models and use equations to solve them.
How much should we trust climate models? For example, why are some of the models less accurate than others? Models vary considerably in accuracy. Some models predict the rate of global warming will not change at all. Others predict that warming will increase. As new research continues to show changes to climate, many of these models are being improved. Sometimes, the models predict increases in global warming even when, based on observations, it is not clear why there has been a change in the climate. How can a model that fails to predict climate be useful? A model that accurately predicts global warming in all of its forms would tell us the way our planet is being affected by the rising levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, which may affect climate and weather. The ability to predict the Earth's climate is a key piece of climate science.
Ultimately, climate models must be proven through experiments with natural phenomena to show they are producing accurate predictions. A lot of money is being poured into researching climate models.
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This is the last song from my self-titled album "Jasper Camber" released in 2020. The album is an assembly of projects I worked on and then edited later on. It's a collection of unique and interesting pieces I wrote myself.
I'd like to build a large audio library on this website, so you can get a feel for my sound and that of others just by browsing the website. I invite you to upload your audio as well, and make this a space for sharing music and discussing it.
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How to become a successful electronic musician? Here's a tip: Don't quit your day job.
A lot of people who get to play in various bands think they can start a music career without paying their dues in other places first. People would assume that with the advent of the Internet, a time was ripe for the disaffected to take their passions from bedroom music to the mainstream. All they had to do was wait around, upload their tracks into SoundCloud, and post them online.
Over the last two years, however, there have been a lot of people who have fallen victim to this thinking. Sure, a handful of "noise" artists could have managed to break through. But there are many more people who had the songs they posted online but lost their spot in the crowd because they simply weren't well-known or well-supported in their day jobs.
There are a lot of reasons why this happened, of course. At the moment, SoundCloud is pretty much the only serious place where unsigned bands can put their stuff on the internet. Other sites that promote music that doesn't get published on SoundCloud will soon be able to afford deals with licensing companies, but it will probably take a few years for them to get there.
So when it comes down to it, the crowding of the playing field is just the result of a lot of different factors working against one another.
The good news is that while it's true that making a living as an artist still requires a day job, a musician who's ready to quit his or her day job and make it happen can still have a successful career. Here are some steps you can take to make that happen.
There's no blueprint to the successful musician.
The key to success in any walk of life is a thick skin and a will to succeed. Going from a job in your professional field to a life on the road and working your ass off is a tough transition. In addition, the skills you learn in that first job are really going to set you back as a musician.
Musicians should have a passion for what they do. There are many musicians that become very good at what they do only because they found a job where they didn't have to actually be that good. Having a job that paid the bills while doing what you love also helped to break the creative shackles. If that job paid the bills, you just had to ignore what you did on the weekends and you were good to go.
If you don't have that, though, you're going to have to sacrifice. You can't be an artist without a job that pays the bills, but if you don't have the job, you don't have a chance. I spent the early years of my musical career doing whatever job I could get. I was a stocker, dishwasher, package sorter and a delivery driver. But while I was lucky enough to make music on the side, I never was able to turn my passion for music into a job. It's easy to be lazy and not put in the extra effort, but if you're just going to show up every day and do what you're told, you're going to burn out fast.
As soon as you get that first paycheck, you're going to have to spend it on a second job. Paying off student debt can be a little tougher, because you probably don't have the money to just pay your loans back. Depending on what kind of student debt you're in, you may also have to pay it down with your first salary. If you have loans with fixed interest rates, you may not have enough extra income to pay off the debt in a year or two, at least without throwing the rest of your income at it.
But if you take on a job in addition to your music career, you'll also have to increase your income. I've been really lucky with my jobs. Because they're part time, I was able to find work that didn't conflict with my music and I could earn enough money from each job to cover my bills and put some aside. Sometimes I get another job, and sometimes I don't. But this is the case with any musician who wants to make money.
In closing, I think it's important that music, to get really commercial, needs to be enjoyed without paying for it.
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A little bit more about my music written with help from AI - "Jasper Holton's music is a deep opulence of thematic and creative closeness that goes beyond the usual tropes and tropes of aspiring intersex pop musicians. As a prolific activist, they work to overcome the stigma and social taboos that surround intersex people through brilliant and heartfelt musical endeavors. They are from Fairbanks, Alaska, and identify as intersex but do not define themselves by it. Their body parts are mixed sex or intersex."
My upcoming album, "Quarantine Recordings" by Jasper Camber embodies this heartfelt opulence of thematic and creative closeness. The album is partly inspired and dedicated to my rich history of classical performance. The varied composition consists of Jasper Holton's piano compositions, as well as sampled drumming and guitar playing, which is one of the most important aspects of the sound of this album. I have also expanded the artistic scope of my wisdom for budding musicians, and each change and update on my website contributes significantly to promoting my music and my life's work as a musician.
The new album is ready and will be released in the next few weeks, and it will be slightly shorter compared to the previous one. I usually like to play a range of instruments, but this is a big hit on an instrumental album, although there will be a few surprises as I have a few ideas for new instrumental songs in my funnel at the moment.
One of the songs that I think is worth a lot is "Digital," the first song on the album. This song is instrumental only, although my voice is sensed.
The texture and atmosphere of the album is developed by using a mixture of classical, electronic, cinematic, rock, pop and psychedelic music. This material is the basis for the 12-track album, which blends seamlessly with modern cinematic and electronic music. Each track follows the other, taking on the best parts of each genre and leaving enough space for the album to be relaxed and never boring. Each track lasts about 3-4 minutes and consists exclusively of software synthesizer and beautifully sampled instruments.
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I am an independent electronic musician. I create websites, take photographs, and write code. I created this site to share my work and encourage others to do the same. This website is dedicated to the fight for the Internet as a free, open, decentralized, non-censorable, accessible, nondiscriminatory, and anonymous platform. If you like what you see, please consider supporting me on Patreon! This website is a free place to enjoy my work. You can also listen to samples of my music here and read about it.
The song attached below is from my album scheduled for release February 27 by Jasper Camber.
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Another picture from a hike in WA. I'm going to post some of my music here so you can listen to it for free, I hope you enjoy it. I'm also going to write a little more about how I created some of my songs. As my release date approaches, this website will be the source for information about the new songs.
I am working on sending an email to encourage users to create new accounts, I will do this soon. I am also going to create some better videos of my software and upload them here so you can enjoy them. WordSquares and OpenChords need updated videos, as they have been updated with new features.
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This is my stream counter for the past week from Jasper Camber according to my distributor, Ditto Music.
I have a lot of streams, but I still need more to make it as a musician. That's why I'm working on this website and my other website, to try to engage people more in the music.
If the internet has shown us anything, it's that quality content is key in the business of internet money. This is why I want to make more content and improve the quality of my content. I also want to promote more of my content.
This is likely going to involve spending some of the money I have invested, but that's not a problem. It will still be invested, this time in the music. Making and promoting music is definitley profitable, and hopefully I can make this website profitable too.
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