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But about two-thirds of this book is filler, page after page of mildly amusic caricatures of political figures, doodles and sketches.
- Boing Boing 2003
Most people who sing out of tune are not tone deaf amusic: they hear the intonation perfectly well but have not developed the facility to make the sound they produce match the note in their head.
Whether you plan to create amusic mix with MP3 files, edit vacation videos, touch up digital photos, make a slide show, or convert content to play on a mobile device, your results will be professional and dynamic.
While there are well-documented dissociations between syntactical processing in music and language with amusic individuals showing no signs of aphasia (and occasional case reports of aphasic musicians), neuroimaging points to an overlap in the brain regions involved in the processing of language and music.
(I would like to embed amusic player here so you could listen to the album, but it looks like imeem. com has disappeared into the horrible maw of myspace, and Ican’t find another web service that allows full-length track streaming.) leave a comment:
Theyseem to think they’re on a hanky-lite, talent-show version of Extreme Makeover or even Three Wishes“We’re going to make somebody’s life!” gushed judge Jen Malenke,though the reward is surprisingly meager: the winner gets…a part in amusic video promoting the forthcoming High School Musical 3,the next installment in a billion dollar franchise with 400 million fansaround the world.