Mordent is a music ornament which indicating that the note should play an alternation between written note and single note above or below in fast tempo. In 18c, mordent had two different types of mordent, pralltriller which indicate the mordent notes start below the written notes and Schneller which start from above the written notes.
In 18c, most of the music was composed for Church and Dancing which to coordinator the dancer and singer. During that time, music always needs to feel Inner pulse between every beat which requires the style of music playing. Sound release was the character for this typical music style, which means not fully legato between the long notes that creates a rest between every beat.
Trill is a musical ornament consisting of a fast alternation between two notes, provides rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic interest. In18c, the details of trill of how to play the trill are up to the performer which every performer has to follow the ornaments rules from composer during the performances. In general, trills in this era are beginning on the note above written note, often producing the effect of a harmonic suspension which resolves to the principal note.
Sound recording of the start to the 2017 Rolex 24hr Race, as the race cars pass you can hear three types of race car classes staring with (P) Prototype, (GTLM) GT Le Mans and (GTD) GT Daytona. Recorded using Canon Rebel T5i.
Folk duo, Stray Owls, preforming the song, "Franklin Borough." The performance consists of the duo playing steel-stringed acoustic guitars (plugged into amplifiers), and singing. Recorded by a Zoom H4N.
This is a comparison of sound between a Washburn steel string acoustic guitar and an acoustic guitar generated in Logic Pro X both playing a G chord. The first chord played is the physical guitar and the second one is the software generated sound.
Sharp tapping sounds produced by applying contact with the acrylic nails on my left hand on a linoleum coffee table top in my apartment living room. The acrylics were about two weeks old. The pattern starts off generally steady, with each of my acrylic nails tapping consecutively, starting with my pinky. The tapping gets less ordered and more sporadic towards the second half of the audio, until the pattern is completely broken. Many people find the sound of nails tapping across different... Read More
Sound recording of Ashley Ericson, an acting student, and her scene partner Peyton Dilweg performing a scene from the play Hedda Gabler. This scene involves a performance of frustration. Recorded on an zoom H4N.