🔊 Day 24 of 30 days of code. Love this bit. Need to flush out the reactivity a bit more with the audio that is partnered with it, but generally a good start. The audio is a creative sound design piece that I made using only the Doepfer modular system. I was doing a synthesis study/practice for water sounds. Original piece is in 5 channel virtual kinetic surround. This is in active, wide stereo. I’m coding the visuals as I go, that is what you are watching. Me looking at the code and messing around with it as the composition bounces around. \\\\\Hydra Code///// So I used 3 versions of this code, but all three won’t fit. Here’s the code for the end bit that looks pretty rad. a.show() a.setScale (10) a.setBins (6) a.setSmooth(.95) a.settings.cutoff = 1.5 a.settings.cutoff = 1.5 a.settings.cutoff = 4 s0.initCam(); src(s0).color(.74,1.95,2.20).diff(o2,1).out(o0); osc(10, ((() => .06 + a.fft/15 * .07)), 20).out(o2); src(o0) .modulate(o2,1) .modulateRotate(o1,((() => .1 + a.fft/5 * 1))) .out(o1); src(o0) shape(2) . modulateScale (osc (.2, 5)) .hue (0.8, 0.25, 0.83) .rotate ( (() => 4 + a.fft * 8) ) .pixelate(20, 100) .diff(o0,3) .out() render(o0); >>
Standing there in all its glory was a tree falling not too far ahead. Like the sound of a door opening, a zipper closing, a scratched record, a lumber jack slowly sawing away at a giant’s leg... anything but natural. #naturesounds#muirwoods#redwoods#imagination#nofilter
When it comes to falling asleep, we often tell you to avoid use of technology, however certain types of SOUND THERAPY can actually promote both a quicker doze off, and more restful nights sleep. Here are the most common and just how they work: WHITE NOISE: Common in infant and toddler bedrooms, white noise machines emit a mixture of all sound frequencies, all at the same level of intensity. It is used to mask other noises that may otherwise disrupt ones sleep, and is great for both resting babies, and finicky sleepers who jump up at the drop of a dime. . WATER SOUNDS: Ocean waves, trickling streams, and rain showers have been shown to elicit the parasympathetic nervous response, as many correlate these sounds with times of relaxation or times of being in a safe environment. Penn State University discovered those listening to water sounds at night had easier times falling and staying asleep compared to others. . NATURE SOUNDS: Forest breezes, chirping birds, and sounds of a rainforest have been shown to emit outward brain thinking, which diverts attention to the sympathetic (fight or flight response), and instead allows for our rest and digest parasympathetic nervous system to become activated. Those who have trouble staying asleep may do best with these sounds. . Do you use sound therapy to help you with sleep? If so, what is your favorite?
Efter en dag med pasning af børn, brainstorme på yoga idéer ind i det Komplementære hormon terapeutiske felt. En masse nye og spændende undervisnings projekter forude. Glæder mig til at dele det hele, ligenu er det stadig on the board making✨ Men uhh bliver godt når yoga verdenen møder den Komplementære Hormon Terapeutiske verden og omvendt. Lige nu står den på restorativ yoga i StjernehimmelYoga med alle jer, der trods varme temperaturer, finder vej frem til yoga studiet. Blissful aften til alle💜 #yogaliv#yogatid#pranayama#restorativ#parasympatikus#ro#hvile#meditation#blissfulnight#naturesounds#calm
⚡️Last Night’s Journey Hohm!⚡️Rainstorm✨ Cuddle Huddles✨ Puddle Ponds✨Soggy Toes✨Electric Rainbow✨Swimming Cars✨Happy Face Croissant..!! 😄 13 hour day at work~ Eternal Joy in the Sounds of Rain✨💕☔️💕✨🥳🌈⚡️💦⛈🦄💓✨