Mich Gerber, composer and double-bass player, Is one of the first musicians to work wlth Live looping systems. Following this path consequently, he defined a never heared before musical art form. But he also changed the double-bass's role and moved It fromits place in the back of the stage up front playing it as a lead Instrument. Mich Gerber developed a very dlstlnct way of playlng his instrument, by plucklng, bowing and uslng his body as a percussive tool. He forms, In effect, a solo acoustic 'bass orchestra' and creates layers of music, weaving the whole into a rich rhythmic and melodic soundscape. Mich Gerber leads us through a world of overtones with his onglnal approach and percusslve rhythm, occasionally employing modern 'noise' effects But even though his work has contemporary fee he explores ancient rnusic to achleve his unique sound.
Ember.js is a framework well-suited for complex and highly interactive apps. Its “convention over configuration” philosophy can end up saving developers from spending time and energy, having to write boilerplate code. With ember’s recent release of the “2.0” version, the framework is are, more performant, and more complete than ever. Over this two day course, we’ll learn about the ember ecosystem, and build a rich cross-device app together step-by-step from scratch.
This is a recording from 1969 by guitarist Joe Pass, it was released on Discovery Records and features Joe Pass on guitar in solo and ensemble settings, additional players are Mike Melvoin on keyboards, Monte Budwig on bass, Colin Bailey on drums, Victor Feldman on percussion and Vincent Terri on rhythm guitar, plus voices.