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Classical MoCap Part 2: Systems and Applications of Motion Capture

MoCap Violin Setup We conclude our two part feature on “MoCap” by exploring three major motion capture systems and the application of one in particular to classical music
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Classical MoCap Part 1 – Intro to Motion Capture

Classical MoCap Part 1: Intro to Motion Capture

Classical MoCap Part 1 - Intro to Motion Capture Motion capture is a fascinating topic that has real practical applications in classical music! Read on to learn more about them.
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Daily Bow: Shouldering Responsibility in Louisville

Daily Bow Logo The Louisville Symphony continues in a deadlock, despite efforts by musicians like negotiating chair Kim Tichenor. The situation in Louisville has offered Tichenor a unique perspective on the path of the symphony for the next generation, and the answer lies in adaptation.
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Daily Bow: Composition Collides with Particle Physics

Daily Bow Logo What could composition have in common with quarks and neutrinos? Read on to learn about this innovative new project!
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The Immortal Stradivarius in the Modern Era (Monday’s Bow)

Daily Bow Logo Leading experts in the field of violin-making and radiology come together to recreate the legacy of Stradivarius with CT scans!
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Schumann’s Disease Diagnosed, 200 Hundred Years Later!

Hans Jensen interviews Dr. Eckart Altenmüller, Director of the Institute of Music Physiology and Musicians’ Medicine in Hanover, Germany and one of the world’s leading experts on focal dystonia.
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Daily Bow: Climate Change(s) and Classical Music

Daily Bow: Climate Change(s) and Classical Music

Daily Bow Logo What do classical music and the weather have in common? Quite a bit actually! At least in the United Kingdom… Classical music is taking the world by storm in more ways than one. Find out how!
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Helmholtz Resonance Signature Mode In The Violin

Want to achieve a better tone? Purchase a better quality instrument. NOT SO FAST!! Find out what Scientists say about the Helmholtz Resonance Signature Mode!
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Bow Speed Techniques

Do you ever feel that your bow is too short? You might need to work on some bow speed exercises. Learn son filé exercises from the Masters!
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Music as a Treatment for Cancer?

Does music cure cancer? Of course not… but new research highlights the potential for it to benefit in a therapeutic manner.
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