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Art, Hobby, Music and Entertainment Products
Wellcome to this online presentation of artistic products, music instruments, music recordings and hobby items. Here you can find many products cheaper than in the local store or fancy music, hobby and art products not available locally. Please click at the banners or product links to learn more or to make a purchase. At the bottom of this page there is some information about the way sounds are made in instruments.
Product for artistic and decoration activities, wall graphics
Good online shops with hobby gear
Great online stores of music instruments
Clothes and apparel useful for performers
Reccodings video games and computer games
Game equipment and game controllers
Some music and entertainment product examples - especially keyboards
How do instrument produce the sounds
Gear for artistic activities
A great store of art equipment and art materials
- Here you can find any type of equipment to perform artwork. There is
equipment for painting, sculpting, wood carving, clay modelling, cup
painting, pottery, looming, scrapbooking
A few product
Exciting and cool wall and surface graphics: Here you can find graphcs sheets to degorate your walls, the walls of your kid's rooms, car windows, ypur computer, and enywhere you want . The grafics are formed as thin sheets that can be placed and taken off to be replaced. You find all kinds of motives, inspired by famous movie figures and acts, sport acts, famous athletics, animals, monseters, comical and funny graphics, famous art graphics, just beautiful grappics, synbolic wall art, and more. You can also get graphics custom-made from photographs taken by yourself.
A couple of product cathegory examples:
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Good hobby gear shops
A great store of remote controle models:
- This shop has all types of radio controle models ordered in a very logical way so that you easily find what you are looking for or easily find good ideas for your own hobby activities or for gifts.
Redcats and redcat accessories: - Nitro driven redcats: Hurricane XP PRO, Monsoon XP, Avalamche XP, Tornado BP, Tsunami, Tsunami ultrawide, Volcano SV SV Pro, Tremor ATV XTB XtG XTK XTR. Electric redcats: Lightning XTK, Tornado EPX, Tsunami EPX, Volcano EPXr.
HobbyTron - Remote controlled aircrafts and all other kind of hobby gear - By clicing at these banners you will find all available helicopter and aircraft models, and also a lot of other hobby articles. The sections of electronic components and airsoft guns are of an extreme size.
Examples of product cathegories inside Hobbytron:
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Good music instrument and art tool collections
Musician's Friend - A general music instrument store with many good deals - This store has many good offers on all types of instruments, especially electric instruments and percussion instruments. You can also find many good offers on several electronic entertainment products. Also a lot of originally expensive refurbished items.
Woodwind and Brasswind
- Great collection of fluits, piccolos, saxophones,
trumpets, clarinets, horns and other blow instruments. Also guitars and more.
MisterArt - art equipment of
every kind - also some music instruments for kids
- Equipment for all types of artworks for all people interested in artwork either
as a hobby or professinally: Educators, students, fine artists, commercial
artists, hobbyists and crafters, homemakers, kids, interior designers, set
designers, architects, party planners, museums, galleries, and more.
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Things useful for musicians when performing
Adorns for all parts of your body
Titanium - Though jewelry and adorns made of rough materials
Stylinonline - T-shirts, hoodies, boxers and other clothes with symbolic or exciting prints
Metal Mulisha - Clothes and apparel in rough, cracy or rebellious motocross style.
Quality cosmetics and all kind of products to take away skin problems
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Recordings and entertainment
Gamers Gate - an enormous store of computer games - Here you can find any computer game. You also have opportunity to pre-order a lot of new alunches of popular top-rated games. There are games for PC and MAc in the cathegories: Action, strategy, RPG, Adventure, simulators, casual, kids.
Some examples of the many games available:
GamersGate Weekly Specials-Buy and Download PC and Mac Games directly to your computer
Figures and portraits of any
famous entertainment character - Here you
find decorative figures made with famous characters in the entertainment world
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Game controllers and accessories
Good stores for Game controllers and perfiferials - These are great low prize stores with good offers on game controllers and all type of accessories to video game consoles and computers. There are also many good offers on electronics, computers, cameras, camcorders, entertainment products of all kind, sport accessories. GameShark®, AirDrives™, Saitek, Joytech, Xbox 360, Xbox, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, PSP, Wii, GameCube, DSi & DS Lite, GBA SP, PC, iPod Please click at any of these product links to see more about the exhibited products and visit the whole shop.
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Some examples of music, art and entertainment products - especially keyboards
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How do music instruments make the sound
There are many ways the different instrument make the sound.
Actually some instruments do not make the sound at all, only modulate sounds that the player himself makes. That is true about the trumpet and other horns. The trumpeter sets a mouthpiece against his lips. Then he presses air between his lips, holding his lips tight together. Then the lips are set into virbration.The player can to some extend modulate the sound himself and how strong it will be by the way he uses his lips and by the force he presses the air out. The vibrational energy is transfered to the column of air intside the instrument and the walls of the instrument and changed to the natural swinging frequency of the instrument. By opening or closing tubes in the instrument the player can make the channel that the air goes trough longer or shorter and thereby change the virbrational frequency of the instrument and the sound coming out.
I other blow instruments, the instrument itself plays a greater role in making the sound. In for example an oboe or paggot, there are mounted two thin blades at end where the player blows. The player then presses the two blades together with his lips and blows in between the blades, letting some air go into the instrument and some of it escape at each side between the blades. The blades are this way set in vibration. The instrument then modulates the sound. These instruments typically have holes in the walls that can be opened or closed with valves or with the fingers so that the virbaring air column caught inside the instrument gets longer or shorter.
Clarinets and saxophones have one such vibrating blade and a half mothpiece. The player closes his lips around the half mouthpiece and the blade and presses air between them. Some air goes inside the instrument and some escapes out at the sides between the half mouthpiece and the blade. Also these instruments typically have holes to be closed or opened to let the instrument modulate the sound in sveral ways.
Such vibrating blades have traditionally been made from natural materials, for example straws. Nowadays blades made of synthetic materials are often used, but many artists still prefere naturally made blades. Professional players often cut the blades to a shape they prefere themselves.
In flutes the sound is wholly made by the instrument itself. Just after the mouthpiece there is a opening formed as a slit.In the slit there is an edge so that some of the air goes further inside the instrument, some escapes out on the other side of the edge and some air will hit directly at the edge. The force of the air, sets the edge in vibrations. The virbarions are transfered into the instrument where it is modulated. Also these instruments typically will change the way of modulation and thereby the tune by means of holes opened or closed.
In a traditional organ, the sound are made by an assambly of flutes, the organ pipes. Each stroke at a tangent makes the sound goe through one particular flute with one particular dimmension so that it vibrates in one particular frequency making a tune of that frequency.
String instruments make the sound by means of strings set into virbrations by a frequency determined by the thickness and length of the string. The strings are however typically set up over or connected to an resonance box. Virbrations are transfered from the string to the box and go from the box into the air as sound. Without the box, much of the vibrational energy will be transgfered to heat in the string or the devices that the strings are fixed to instead of giving sound.
Another way to make the amount of sound une wishes, is using a microphone or an electric recorder device so that the vibrations of the strings are causing electric vibrations. The electric vibrations can then be modulated and amplified by circuits and fed into loadspeakers or sound generators. Electric guitars typically work this way.
The way that the string are set into vibration differs. In typical string instrument like a guitar or a harpe one use just the fingers. In stroke instruments like the violine a bow is stroked at the strings. In a piano hammers hit the string and the outer cage of the piano works as the resonance box.
Then you have instruments that make the sound by wooden or metallic bars or by bells that are hit by a hammer either hold in the player's hand or engaged by means of tangents like those on a piano. In these kind of instruments a resonanc ebox is not that necessary as by string instruments, because the bars or the bells have a great surface to be set in virbration, but still some resonance devices can be used. A professional xylophone often have resonance tubes under the bars.
In modern time you have got instruments where the sounds are made wholly electronically. However there are several ways this can be done. One can use electronic swinging curcuits that are combined to make a combination of a main frequency with several harmonic sub-frequencies. A harmonic sub-frequency is made in such a way that the main frequency is a whole multiple of each sub-frequency. The swinging curcuits are then connected through some amplifier device to loadspeakers or sound generators.
The other way to make the right frequencies, is using a microprocessor composing together repeated numbers symbolizing the frequencies and subfrequencies one wishes. The numbers are fed into a digital-analog converter so that the numbers are made into real swingings in an electric circuit. The swingings are amplified ad fed to loadspeakers or sound generators.
Such digitally made sounds can be modulated in a lot of different ways, and the player has enormous artistic posibilities. However it is difficult to modulate the sound and thereby the impression made by the sound dynamically when playing by means of electronic instruments. Electronic sounds allways will sond somewhat premade. Therefore wholly electronic instruments will probably never take over the scene from traditional manual instruments.
Also artists plying manual instruments is a sort of entertaining show that playing wholly electronic instruments will not give. Manual instruments also give some fluctuations in the tones du to stochastic physiacal processes, making the sounds appear more living than electronically made sounds. This effect is especially great in church organs. Many organists value this effect so much that they would prefere a simple organ with natural organ pipes instead of a very advanced electronic organ.
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