Music Converter – MP3ar http://mp3ar.com/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 04:36:27 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://mp3ar.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-150x150.png Music Converter – MP3ar http://mp3ar.com/ 32 32 What is music without influencers? How TikTok transformed artist brands and the music industry https://mp3ar.com/what-is-music-without-influencers-how-tiktok-transformed-artist-brands-and-the-music-industry/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 04:36:27 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/what-is-music-without-influencers-how-tiktok-transformed-artist-brands-and-the-music-industry/ Such is the power of TikTok, posting a dance challenge on the video platform can potentially make or break a musician’s career. The short video site has around a billion monthly users and with so many eyeballs on posts, the platform is a huge promotional space for musicians and bands. Musician Kira Puru said the […]]]>
Such is the power of TikTok, posting a dance challenge on the video platform can potentially make or break a musician’s career.
The short video site has around a billion monthly users and with so many eyeballs on posts, the platform is a huge promotional space for musicians and bands.
Musician Kira Puru said the platform started for her as a creative outlet and playful space, but has now become an essential tool to promote her work.

“For me, the flavor has changed because it’s now more closely related to work,” Ms Puru said. The flow.

Independent musician Kira Puru uses Tiktok to create fun video content. Source: AAP / Joel Carrett

“If you’re good at it, amazing things can happen to you, and as an independent artist you obviously want to be able to take those opportunities where you can,” she said.

Ms Puru said people in the music industry need to use all the tools at their disposal to help songs succeed.
“I realize how transformative TikTok and social media in general can be, so I want to be able to harness that energy and momentum if I can,” Ms Puru said.
But she also said the platform can engender a feeling of “soullessness” if often complex and “heavy” subject matter is condensed into a “bite-sized” clip.
Although TikTok can spread joy to the public through frivolous entertainment, other aspects of the site have drawn criticism.
TikTok and its Chinese parent company ByteDance have faced heat from its algorithm, which can expose users to potentially risky content.
The video-sharing service also avoided backlash over privacy concerns .

The “number one” music discovery platform

It is clear that young people are spending a lot of time on TikTok consuming music content.
The Victorian Music Development Office, an initiative of the Victorian Government, reports that it has identified TikTok as the number one social media music discovery platform for the 16-34 age group.
This is based on the bureau’s forthcoming Consumer Insights study.
“We observed that two-thirds of viral hits from TikTok are triggered by organic content,” a statement from the bureau said.
For electronic act Shouse, non-profit group Music Victoria said social media trends likely helped the group enter the top 500 global artists on Spotify.
The Melbourne duo enjoyed wide-ranging success with their 2021 hit ‘Love Tonight’.
The track had over 300 million streams on Spotify, but that didn’t necessarily translate into Australian awards for the band.
The air was ineligible for Thursday night’s ARIAs [Australian Recording Industry Association awards] due to its release date, being originally from 2017 but later re-released.
In the meantime, ARIA-nominated artist The Kid Laroi has 3.3 million followers on TikTok where he shows off his dance moves and stage antics.
Artist Kamilaroi won Best Artist and Best Pop Release at the 2021 ARIA Awards.
It is nominated this year for Song of the Year, Best Solo Artist, Best Hip-Hop & Rap Release, Best Australian Live Act and Best Pop Release for 2022.

The scale of the awards ceremony has been reduced for the past two years due to COVID-19 but will return to normal in Sydney on Thursday evening.

A screenshot of TikTok logos on a computer screen

The TikTok site promotes music sharing. Source: AAP

How Influencers Became Central to Music Marketing

Darren Distefano is Regional Account Manager at Collab Asia, a digital content and marketing agency spanning the Asia-Pacific region that helps connect brands with influencers.
“We’re actually one of the biggest creator networks on TikTok and we have very close relationships with record labels and performers,” he said. The flow.

“We connect brands and record labels with influencers in music, lifestyle and general entertainment.”

A man wearing a jacket and jeans sitting

Darren Distefano covers the Asia-Pacific region in his marketing work. Source: Provided / Huw Lambert

Speaking from Singapore, he said his work falls under the marketing budget.

“Influencer marketing is pretty much a staple of a record label’s marketing budget now,” he said.
But Mr Distefano said it was up to music groups to convert subscribers into revenue.

“We find that audience, it’s now the job of the brand, even if it’s the record labels and the musicians, to convert them into real loyal customers,” he said.

“These algorithms change all the time, so you’re constantly creating in different ways and trying new ways to turn new ideas into energy and that energy into ticket sales, or Spotify spins or merch. [merchanise] sales,” she said.
Music campaigns with hashtags or dance challenges increase artists’ popularity on TikTok.
“Our YouTubers in Indonesia did a cover of Blackpink’s ‘How You Like That’, which garnered 10 million views in just 3 weeks and ranked #2 on the platform,” Mr. Distefano said. .
“The label contacted us and we collaborated with a dancing duo in the Philippines,” he said of another campaign around Dua Lipa’s single. Physical.

“This has actually been shared 11,000 times on TikTok.”

Equalize industry

Laura Glitsos is a musician and Senior Coordinator, Broadcasting and Digital Journalism at Edith Cowan University in Perth. She argued that TikTok is democratizing the music industry as part of its natural evolution.
“There are different ways to monetize content on TikTok,” Ms Glitsos said.
She explained that users can pay groups directly and content creators can earn money and kickbacks based on video views.

“You get kind of different accumulations of data that will tell TikTok whether to give you money or not,” she said.

Kira Puru holds the peace sign and sticks out her tongue at ARIA 2019

Kira Puru appeared at the 2019 ARIA Awards in Sydney in 2019. Source: AAP / JOEL CARRETT/AAPIMAGE

And she said that pop music, capitalism and new technologies have always been linked.

And that branding, marketing, advertising and popular music have a long history together.
“It’s always been tangled up, so I think it would probably be unfair to suggest that TikTok somehow leveraged that in a different way,” she said.

Music Victoria said TikTok is changing the way art is consumed and is a big driver in how songs are discovered.

“While some artists are benefiting from these changes, we’ve also seen artists struggle with the platform,” said chief executive Simone Schinkel.
“Like all other music platforms, TikTok may not be for everyone, and that’s okay.”

“Artists should be encouraged to release and promote their music through the channels that feel most comfortable for them and their fans,” Ms. Schinkel said.

change creativity

A small group of people watching a musical performance outside

Kira Puru presents an outdoor show in February 2020. Source: SBS

Both Mr Distefano and Ms Puru said the nature of TikTok meant artists curated their content for the platform.

“Song lengths are getting shorter and shorter, but you can tell they’re writing it on purpose for that 15-second riff on TikTok,” Distefano said.
Ms. Puru agreed that some fans only know a short snippet of a song and the crowd may react to these short musical moments during live shows.
“I’m not a marketing genius, I don’t work in marketing,” she said.
“I’m an artist and while I enjoy interacting with my fans on social media, I would much rather be the studio that writes the music.”
But Mr. Distefano said artists had to strike a balance between catering to the platform and their fans.

“The public knows if they’re being sold something.”

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Bombay HC asks Wajid Khan’s mother and brother to disclose returns from late music composer’s limited liability company https://mp3ar.com/bombay-hc-asks-wajid-khans-mother-and-brother-to-disclose-returns-from-late-music-composers-limited-liability-company/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 02:07:00 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/bombay-hc-asks-wajid-khans-mother-and-brother-to-disclose-returns-from-late-music-composers-limited-liability-company/ Bombay: The Bombay High Court has asked the brother and mother of late music composer Wajid Khan to disclose statements of the limited liability company in which the deceased had an interest. Wajid, of Sajid-Wajid fame, was admitted to hospital in February 2020 and succumbed to Covid-19 on June 1, 2020. The HC was hearing […]]]>

Bombay: The Bombay High Court has asked the brother and mother of late music composer Wajid Khan to disclose statements of the limited liability company in which the deceased had an interest. Wajid, of Sajid-Wajid fame, was admitted to hospital in February 2020 and succumbed to Covid-19 on June 1, 2020.

The HC was hearing a plea filed by Wajid’s wife, Kamalrukh, 45, seeking urgent relief over the assets he owned in her August 2012 testamentary petition to probate her will. She apprehends their misappropriation by her brother Sajid, 50, and his mother Razia, 71.

Earlier in April last year, the HC ordered them to release the late music composer’s entire estate.

During last week’s hearing, Kamalrukh’s lawyers, Zubin Behramkamdin and Bahraiz Irani, informed the court that his order had not been complied with. Statements from the limited liability company in which the deceased had an interest were not disclosed by the defendants, Irani said.

Birendra Saraf, the defendants’ attorney, requested time to file an affidavit disclosing the statements of the limited liability company in which Wajid had an interest.

Judge Riyaz Chagla granted them the details and kept the case for hearing on November 22.

She submitted a list of properties owned by Wajid only

According to Kamalrukh’s plea, the brothers had been composing music for more than 2 decades and since 2014 they established M/s Sajid Wajid LLP. Over the years, they have accumulated a lot of wealth, jointly and severally. She submitted a list of properties owned solely by Wajid, which include paintings worth Rs 8 crore – of MF Hussain, Tyeb Mehta, VS Gaitonde, SH Raza and J Swaminathan, but are in the custody of Sajid.

Wajid and Kamalrukh, a Parsi, were married in August 2003 under the special marriage law and have a 16-year-old daughter and a 9-year-old son. She claimed that because of her refusal to convert, her stepmother never accepted her. Therefore, she and Wajid started residing separately.

In October 2014, Wajid filed for divorce and the consent terms were signed in 2017. However, the same was mitigated in January 2021 due to his passing.

Kamalrukh maintained that Wajid filed the divorce petition

Kamalrukh maintained that Wajid filed the divorce petition only to keep his mother happy and they continued to have marital relationship until January 2020. She visited Wajid in hospital but due to lockdown she is remained in constant contact with him through video calls and messages. Around May 22, 2020, the connection since the end of Wajid stopped.

After Wajid’s death, Razia and Sajid wrote to the companies where Wajid held properties not to transfer them to Kamalrukh as they were divorced and she has no rights.

The mother also filed a testamentary petition requesting letters of administration of Wajid’s estate based on the May 2020 hibanama (deed of gift) in which he wished to give nothing to his wife and children.

Kamalrukh alleged that the hibanama is fake and fabricated and that the mother-son is trying to usurp Wajid’s entire estate, excluding her and their children. However, Kamalrukh pointed out that she had received notices regarding Wajid’s tax debt of Rs 49 lakh.

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Lake County Symphony Plays Mozart and More at Upcoming Fall Concert – Lake County Record-Bee https://mp3ar.com/lake-county-symphony-plays-mozart-and-more-at-upcoming-fall-concert-lake-county-record-bee/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 20:08:26 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/lake-county-symphony-plays-mozart-and-more-at-upcoming-fall-concert-lake-county-record-bee/ LAKEPORT—The Lake County Symphony performs music by Wolfgang Mozart and others during the 2022 “Amadeus in Autumn” Fall Concert at 2 p.m. on Nov. 20 at the Soper Reese Theater in Lakeport. The other composers featured in this concert are Camille Saint-Saens, Jean Sibelius, Christoph Gluck and Felix Mendelssohn. The concert begins with a performance […]]]>

LAKEPORT—The Lake County Symphony performs music by Wolfgang Mozart and others during the 2022 “Amadeus in Autumn” Fall Concert at 2 p.m. on Nov. 20 at the Soper Reese Theater in Lakeport. The other composers featured in this concert are Camille Saint-Saens, Jean Sibelius, Christoph Gluck and Felix Mendelssohn.

The concert begins with a performance by the new community orchestra and young people playing several energetic and recognizable pieces that are guaranteed to create noise from the audience.

After things have calmed down, conductor John Parkinson begins the main concert with “French Military March” from the Algerian Suite, Op. 60 by Saint-Saens. (1835-1921). A French composer, pianist, organist and conductor of the Romantic period, Saint-Saens was a child prodigy who gave concerts at the age of 10. Saint-Saens composed over 300 works, including operas, symphonies, oratorios, cantatas and piano. concertos. He also witnessed the beginnings of 20th century music and was the first musician to compose for film. Saint-Saëns first visited Algeria in 1875 and developed a lifelong love for the country. He wrote his “Algerian Suite” in 1880. This work is written in four movements; the last movement has become very popular on its own and is the movement featured in this concert.

“Finlandia”, by Sibelius (1865-1957) comes next in the concert program. Sibelius was a Finnish composer widely regarded as his country’s greatest composer. His rousing and rambunctious piece is often credited with helping Finland develop a national identity during its struggle for independence from Russia. “Finlandia” premiered in July 1900 in Helsinki and had to be performed under alternate names at various musical concerts to avoid Russian censorship. The titles under which the piece was masked were numerous and often confusing.

Next comes the “Dance of the Blessed Spirits” by Gluck (1714-1787) which is taken from the second scene of Gluck’s opera, “Orfeus et Euridice”, the most popular of his works. Patricia Jekel, principal flautist of the Lake County Symphony, is the soloist. This piece has been called “pastoral” and “tranquil”, which some find surprising in an opera about Orpheus’ journey to Hades, the realm of the dead, in search of his late wife.

The first half of the concert ends with “The Hebrides Overture” by Mendelssohn (1809-1847). Although called an overture, the work is conceived in the manner of the Romantic era as a stand-alone piece. Mendelssohn was the scion of a wealthy German family and was considered a prodigy along with Mozart. He wrote this play after experiencing a strong emotional reaction when visiting the Scottish islands at the age of 20, on his ‘grand tour’ of Europe.

In a letter to his sister, he shares with her the first bars of the piece. He wrote: “In order to impress on you how extraordinarily the Hebrides have affected me, I send you the following, which occurred to me there.

After the intermission, the Symphony performs two pieces by Mozart, (1756-1791), one of the most prolific and influential composers of the late Baroque-early Classical period. Kelsey Wiley, principal horn player (first chair) of the Lake County Symphony, is the star soloist of Mozart’s Horn Concerto No. 2 in E flat major.

The last piece of the concert is Mozart’s Symphony No. 35 “Haffner”. He created this piece in response to a request from his father for a new symphony in honor of Sigmund Haffner, a family friend who was raised to nobility. But he felt rushed (his life was hectic at the time) and thought the play was not up to his usual standards. So when Mozart reviewed the score a little later, he was amazed at its quality. He decided to make a symphony out of it. First performed in Vienna in 1783, it was well received and financially successful.

LCCYO will perform at the next LCSA concert

The Lake County Community and Youth Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Camm Linden, will perform at the start of the Lake County Symphony’s Fall Concert this Sunday, as has been tradition for the youth orchestra in the past. The musicians will play several catchy and well-known pieces, all arranged by Richard Meyer and all guaranteed to get your feet tapping.

The LCCYO begins its performance with “Can-Can” by Jacques Offenbach, an excerpt from the 1858 comic opera “Orpheus in the Underworld”. Originally known as “Galop infernal”, it gained popularity when the Moulin Rouge and the Folies Bergère in Paris chose it as the music for their famous Can-Can dance.

The second piece is “Habanera” from “Carmen” by Georges Bizet, in which Carmen sings about “love being a rebellious bird that cannot be tamed”. It is perhaps the most famous aria from the 1875 opera. The melody is based on the song “El Arreglito”, written by Spanish musician Sebastian Yradier. Bizet thought he was borrowing from an old folksong, but upon learning that the tune had been written just 10 years earlier, he immediately recognized Yradier as the source in his manuscripts.

The final selection is “Radetzky’s March” by Johann Strauss, Sr. in honor of a heroic Austrian field marshal named Joseph Radetzky von Ratetz. It was first performed in 1848 by an Austrian army band for a group of Austrian officers. Apparently, it was an instant hit. The officers were so captivated by the joyful and festive mood of the music that they started clapping and tapping their feet to the beat. It is a hearing tradition that continues today.

Tickets for the 2 p.m. concert are $25 for general seating and $30 for premium seating and are available for purchase on the Soper Reese website. (https://www.soperreesetheatre.com) LCSA members receive a $5 discount. The symphony orchestra invites the public who wishes to attend to arrive 30 minutes in advance when purchasing tickets at the door for the regular concert at 2 p.m. The 11 a.m. dress rehearsal is $5 for adults and free for those under 18. Symphony notes, please arrive very early to ensure your place.

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With HitPaw V2.6 AI-powered video converter, enjoy the scintillating creation of video and audio https://mp3ar.com/with-hitpaw-v2-6-ai-powered-video-converter-enjoy-the-scintillating-creation-of-video-and-audio/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 20:45:00 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/with-hitpaw-v2-6-ai-powered-video-converter-enjoy-the-scintillating-creation-of-video-and-audio/ NEW YORK, November 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — In order to enable users to easily and effectively satisfy various needs, HitPaw, as an industry pioneer, brings AI-enabled features to its flagship product. HitPaw Video Converter V2.6.0 has been released with 5 remarkable functions, including Spotify Music Converter, Vocal Remover, Video/Image Compressor, DVD Converter and Image Editor. […]]]>

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Southend to lose ‘historic’ music store later this month https://mp3ar.com/southend-to-lose-historic-music-store-later-this-month/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/southend-to-lose-historic-music-store-later-this-month/ A POPULAR music store that has been a Westcliff mainstay for over 30 years is set to close at the end of this month. Professional Music Technology (PMT), on Queens Road, went on the market for a whopping £625,000. The business opened in 1991 and was the first PMT outlet before 15 sister locations opened […]]]>

A POPULAR music store that has been a Westcliff mainstay for over 30 years is set to close at the end of this month.

Professional Music Technology (PMT), on Queens Road, went on the market for a whopping £625,000.

The business opened in 1991 and was the first PMT outlet before 15 sister locations opened across the UK.

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James Michael Clarke worked at the store for six years and also served as assistant manager for two years, until his very recent departure after being informed of the closure.

He said it is a real disgrace and a devastating loss for the city.

James said: ‘This is a devastating loss of an historic store.

“It has links to the local heritage of amazing music shops which we were so lucky to have in Southend.

“It’s a shame that PMT made the decision to close the store and not open a new one in the area.

“Especially as Southend was the birthplace of the PMT company.”

Once the Westcliff site is closed, the nearest PMT will be in Romford.

The property is now listed for sale online, for £625,000 by estate agents Dedman Gray.

They say it is “a substantial two-storey, mid-terrace retail showroom just a short distance from Southend High Street.

“The property benefits from an extensive glazed storefront and is fitted out to provide a wide open retail space on the ground floor with additional retail, storage and staff amenity areas on the first and second floors.

“Subject to appropriate permissions, the property offers potential for conversion and redevelopment.”

The store will close on November 27 and staff will be offered jobs at the Romford store.

David Black, managing director of PMT across the country, added; “It’s not without sadness, and there’s a feeling of the end of the era, because we’ve had this store for almost 30 years.

“But we don’t own full ownership, the company changed hands in 2019 and full ownership belongs to the previous owners of the business.

“As such, we will now cease trading from November 27 in Southend, and instead reinvest in our Romford store, which will continue to serve the Essex catchment.”

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Conversion of a warehouse into an OK’d For… museum | New Haven Independent https://mp3ar.com/conversion-of-a-warehouse-into-an-okd-for-museum-new-haven-independent/ Mon, 07 Nov 2022 14:21:00 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/conversion-of-a-warehouse-into-an-okd-for-museum-new-haven-independent/ Photo Tom Breen Greenberg outside 80 Hamilton: “It will be a magical place for New Haven.” A local artist and historian with a talent for finding lost artifacts has won city approval to convert a former Hamilton Street warehouse into his next conservation space for Elm City ephemera. The New Haven City Plan Commission voted […]]]>

Photo Tom Breen

Greenberg outside 80 Hamilton: “It will be a magical place for New Haven.”

A local artist and historian with a talent for finding lost artifacts has won city approval to convert a former Hamilton Street warehouse into his next conservation space for Elm City ephemera.

The New Haven City Plan Commission voted unanimously at its final Zoom meeting Wednesday night to grant Robert Greenberg, who founded the nonprofit Lost in New Haven Inc., approval of the site plan as he seeks to turn an industrial property at 80 Hamilton St. into a museum and event hall.

Local land use commissioners voted unanimously in favor of Greenberg’s nonprofit site plan application for the change of use of an existing vacant industrial building into a museum, with associated site improvements in an industrial area, to quote directly from the agenda of the City Plan Commission.

On Wednesday, city planner Esther Rose-Wilen reported that Greenberg’s project proposal had gone through a technical review with city staff, but only needed one exam session because the candidate was so responsive to feedback. »

The now approved site plan application indicates that the construction work required to convert this space into a museum is limited to the installation of underground rainwater management and the delineation of existing parking lots. Greenberg has also previously painted the exterior of the building black.

Apart from 80 Hamilton…

… and inside the front door of the future museum.

When officially opened, this will be the third space occupied by Greenberg and his collection of New Haven memorabilia and artifacts. This collection was originally at Crown Street’s ACME Furniture building, which his grandfather founded in 1912 after immigrating to the United States from the border of Poland and Russia. (This store subsequently closed and will soon be eco apartments.)

Following a lease termination at Lost in New Haven, Grand Avenue’s newest home, Greenberg said of his Wednesday night win that the hurdle I overcame was significant and I appreciate the green lights they gave me.

I overcame another obstacle and we will continue to do so until we get to the finish line,” he continued. However, he added, his plan to preserve New Haven’s history will likely always be changing and updating and, at least in a design sense, ever be done.

Greenberg continues to add to his collection of New Haven treasures, which currently includes items ranging from Cutler’s old record store sign to Church Street World War I military recruitment posters to relics from the old compound. Bigelow Boiler Factory, now largely demolished, to Sally’s Pizza Boxes. , Bradley Smith Co. lollipop boxes, New Haven Nighthawks hockey pucks, late 19th century porcelain teacups, and early 20th century New Haven police photographs.

Personally, I think Hamilton is spot on, it’s the perfect place,” Greenberg said of his new property, which his nonprofit bought for $1 million in August through loans. from a few different donors. From Fair Haven to Wooster Square to Long Wharf there are great walking tours,” he said. It’s a perfect place for bike rides,” he added, noting that the property will have at least eight spaces for bicycle parking. And another important benefit, Greenberg noted, is that easy bus access to the Hamilton site can encourage and facilitate student visits.

An alumnus of New Haven Schools himself, Greenberg said involving young people in New Haven’s history is one of his main goals. He said his affinity for collecting and studying physical pieces of New Havens’ past began when he accompanied his grandfather Simon Evans to flea markets and festivals. There, Evans often set up his own exhibits of artifacts with the aim of conversation and memory,” recalls Greenberg.

I helped him settle in, without understanding what I was seeing,” he recalls. But I remember seeing people with tears in their eyes,’ he said, as passers-by considered the impacts of urban renewal on their community just by looking at a pile of old signage or remnants of homes. bulldozed.

Today, it’s more often adults than children, Greenberg added, who struggle to understand and categorize Greenberg’s unusual and difficult-to-label collection of odds and ends.

During Wednesday’s discussion at the City Plan Commission meeting, Chairman Leslie Radcliffe asked for clarification on this issue: What kind of museum is it? she asked.

It’s an eclectic collection of New Haven history, if you will,” Greenberg project engineer Marcus Pottuck explained.

A description of some of the very first elevators installed in New Haven and old rock n’ roll memorabilia from the city’s concert halls that will be on display in the upcoming museum was more than enough to get the commissioners on board.

I think a museum that highlights some of the city’s industrial pasts,” said Commissioner Adam Marchand, looks really wonderful.

I’ve lived in New Haven for quite a long time,” Radcliffe added, But I’m sure there were things that were there before me.

Greenberg said he hopes his Hamilton Street space will serve as a great hub for tourism.” Those who visit his space, he said, whether foreigners or students of the city, will be informed by Greenberg, an unofficial community liaison, of their next trip – whether museums, historical sites or archaeological excavations – in the city. to learn more about New Haven.

It will be a magical place for New Haven,” he said.

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MuConvert Spotify Music Converter: Convert Spotify Music to MP3 for Offline Listening https://mp3ar.com/muconvert-spotify-music-converter-convert-spotify-music-to-mp3-for-offline-listening/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 16:23:55 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/muconvert-spotify-music-converter-convert-spotify-music-to-mp3-for-offline-listening/ United States – November 3, 2022 – Everyone has experienced the frustration of downloading a favorite song or podcast, only to find it won’t play. MuConvert Spotify Music Converter has solved this problem, and the company is currently offering music lovers a free trial to download Spotify music without premium. MuConvert Spotify Music Converter rips […]]]>

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What The Tech? : Family memories as a gift https://mp3ar.com/what-the-tech-family-memories-as-a-gift/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 12:35:09 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/what-the-tech-family-memories-as-a-gift/ CHARLOTTE NC – Now that the holidays are officially underway, you might already be thinking about what to get family members who may or may not like something from Amazon, Best Buy or Walmart. How many gifts did you give them that are still in the boxes they came in? A few years ago, I […]]]>

CHARLOTTE NC – Now that the holidays are officially underway, you might already be thinking about what to get family members who may or may not like something from Amazon, Best Buy or Walmart. How many gifts did you give them that are still in the boxes they came in?

A few years ago, I decided to give my mom and dad a different kind of Christmas present. Memories. I think it’s safe to say that most people have family memories stored on VHS tapes, in photo albums, and perhaps decades-old film tapes. The priceless memories haven’t been seen by anyone in years. With a little time and the help of a few tech gadgets, you can surprise your family this Christmas with a fresh look at the past.

To convert old videotapes, the Pinnacle Dazzle Gadget (about $70) will re-record those memories for computer storage. The Dazzle is an oddly shaped gadget that connects a VCR to any computer. The included software captures video as it plays and saves it as a computer file. It even has a simple to use editor to add music and graphics or cut out some of the boring parts. You can capture other tape formats, but you’ll need something to read them, like an old camera. This might be the hardest thing about this project if you have Hi-8 or Beta format tapes.

For old movies, I recommend the Wolverine Film Converter ($300). This gadget looks like a retro movie projector from the 1970s and it plays movies the same way but without projection. You thread the original film onto an empty film reel and slide it into a capture slot. As the movie plays, the Wolverine converter captures each frame and stitches them together to create a video that is saved to an SD card that can be transferred to a computer.

I pulled out a little box of home movies that no one in my family had seen in decades. I would suggest uploading any video you capture from VHS tapes or film strips to YouTube where you can add music. Then, share the links with your family members.

While visiting my parents a few years ago, I snuck into a closet where Mom kept all her old photo albums. I took snapshots of each photo with my phone and surprised her with them on Christmas morning. There are a few ways to do this. You can take photos of photos with your camera, but I suggest using the Google PhotoScan app. The free app for iPhone and Android devices detects the corners of each photo and removes reflections. Photos are saved in Google Photos which you can either print, create a photo album for Google to print, or create a slideshow which you can share in a digital photo frame.

If you are considering using these devices for the DIY project, I suggest you start now. Tapes and film strips are captured in real time. So a 2 hour video tape will take 2 hours to capture. It’s a fun trip down memory lane.

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Reward offered for stolen Cheyenne catalytic converter https://mp3ar.com/reward-offered-for-stolen-cheyenne-catalytic-converter/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 17:47:41 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/reward-offered-for-stolen-cheyenne-catalytic-converter/ A cash reward of up to $5,000 is being offered by Tyrrell Auto Centers for information leading to the arrest of two individuals who stole catalytic converters from multiple vehicles at their Honda and Chevrolet dealerships. Cheyenne Police Department spokeswoman Alex Farkas said the robberies took place between 12:35 a.m. and 3:34 a.m. on Monday, […]]]>

A cash reward of up to $5,000 is being offered by Tyrrell Auto Centers for information leading to the arrest of two individuals who stole catalytic converters from multiple vehicles at their Honda and Chevrolet dealerships.

Cheyenne Police Department spokeswoman Alex Farkas said the robberies took place between 12:35 a.m. and 3:34 a.m. on Monday, October 17.

“Security footage shows two suspects crawling under parked vehicles in order to steal multiple devices,” Farkas said. “I don’t currently have the amount of stolen converters.”

“The suspect vehicle appears to be an early 2000s dark blue Chevy/GMC 2500 pickup truck with a color-keyed RV shell, tubular running boards and 4×4 decals on the side of the bed,” Farkas added.

Anyone with information about the thefts or who recognizes the suspect vehicle is urged to call Crime Stoppers Silent Witness at 307-638-TIPS or visit silentwitnesslaramiecounty.com.

Informants will remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.

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Catalytic converters, which are part of a vehicle’s exhaust system, are most sought after by thieves because they contain precious metals and can be sold for scrap.

To help prevent catalytic converter theft, police recommend people follow these tips:

  • Report someone acting suspiciously around parked vehicles, day or night. This could mean looking under different cars and carrying tools.
  • If possible, park in a secure garage or parking lot. It is best to find well-lit areas near building entrances.
  • Fleet vehicles and lightly used vehicles should be parked in a secure, alarmed and well-lit area.
  • If you have a car alarm, calibrate it to activate when it detects vibrations.

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Apaches score in final seconds to stumble Tigers, 52-44 https://mp3ar.com/apaches-score-in-final-seconds-to-stumble-tigers-52-44/ Mon, 24 Oct 2022 18:17:00 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/apaches-score-in-final-seconds-to-stumble-tigers-52-44/ By LEW K. COHN, Inquirer Editor As for the Gonzales Apaches and nearby games – to quote Yogi Berra (and Lenny Kravitz) – “It’s not over until it’s over.” Although they gave up a tying touchdown on Friday, Oct. 21 to the Smithville Tigers with 1:38 left, the Apaches didn’t panic or concede. Instead, they […]]]>

By LEW K. COHN, Inquirer Editor

As for the Gonzales Apaches and nearby games – to quote Yogi Berra (and Lenny Kravitz) – “It’s not over until it’s over.”

Although they gave up a tying touchdown on Friday, Oct. 21 to the Smithville Tigers with 1:38 left, the Apaches didn’t panic or concede.

Instead, they created their own kind of music with quarterback Jarren Johnson finding Josh Esparza in the end zone on a 27-yard cornering run with just seven seconds left.

The two also connected in the ensuing two-point conversion as Gonzales cruised to a thrilling 52-44 victory over Pink Out Night at Apache Field to claim a share of second place in the 12-4A2 district.

“(1:38) it’s been an eternity and we have a good offense and we saw things go well offensively tonight by scoring 52 points. It was a great job from the kids tonight,” Gonzales head coach Joey Rivera said.

“As I told the kids, wins aren’t easy in the district and they’re even harder in the playoffs and you have to cherish every one of them. There were mistakes that happened this night, but I’m so proud of these kids, these coaches and this community for supporting us.

The Apaches (4-4, 2-1) need a win in their last two games or a Giddings loss to Caldwell to “officially” clinch their first playoff spot since 2019. They have one game trailing Cuero (7-1, 3-0) and sitting tied with Smithville (3-5, 2-1) and La Grange (4-4, 2-1) in the district.

Leading running back Derrick Garza, fresh out of five weeks with injury, rushed for 206 yards on 21 carries and scored four touchdowns, while Johnson rushed 11 times for 82 yards and completed 13 of 21 passes for 167 yards and a TD. Esparza caught four passes for 71 yards and a touchdown.

Gonzales got on the scoreboard on his first possession. On second-and-three of the 42, Garza broke free and went 58 yards for a touchdown. Johnson hit Davonte Smith with an assist for the two-point conversion and the Apaches had an 8-0 lead with 10:39 left in the first quarter.

Smithville would also score on their opening possession on a 27-yard TD pass with 6:54 left in the first and the PAT kick made it 8-7. But Garza would respond with his second touchdown of the night, a 70-yard TD getaway, with 5:56 left in the first and Johnson would hit Esparza on a two-point pass to make it 16-7.

In the second quarter, Gonzales returned to the offense after Jason Sanchez recovered Smithville’s bad snap at the Apaches 40. Rocky Gallegos kicked the ball 15 yards out with 7:09 left in the first half. The two-point conversion failed, making it 22-7.

Towards the end of the first half, the Apaches got another scoring drive. Garza scored from 15 yards out with 25 seconds left, then ran into the two-pointer to make it 30-7 at halftime.

Unfortunately for Gonzales, the Tigers made some adjustments in the third quarter that led to 30 unanswered points as they erased a 23-point deficit and took a 37-30 lead.

It started on their first practice of the quarterback when Smithville scored on a 19-yard pass with 9:06 left on third. The PAT went 30-14. With 4:34 left in the third, the Tigers got a 10-yard run from their quarterback. They made a two-pointer to cut the lead to 30-22.

After intercepting an optional pass from Garza, the Tigers tied it, 30-30, with 2:07 left in the third on a 20-yard, two-point TD pass. And after blocking a Gonzales punt on the first play of the fourth quarter, Smithville took the lead on a three-yard TD run and PAT kick to make it 37-30.

“That’s what I was afraid of,” Rivera said. “(Smithville is) a very good team. They took down La Grange a few weeks ago and they have some talented athletes and guys that I was a little worried about. I told our guys that the will to start the second half was very important and they kind of went down and down and down and scored and we got into a lull and made mistakes.

“I’m very proud of the guys and how they reacted in the fourth quarter and stayed there. I told them whatever happens, we play four quarters and we have to play well in the fourth quarter. This is something we have learned over the past two weeks. Caldwell, we haven’t played four quarters; Cuero we did, but the result was not what we wanted. Tonight, we had to play the four quarters until the last seconds.

It was the wake-up call the Apaches needed. They rushed for 64 yards in 10 plays with Garza getting his fourth TD of the night on an eight-yard run, but the two-point conversion fell through, leaving it 37-36.

On the first play of Smithville’s next possession, the Apaches created some much-needed turnover when they landed a heavy hit on a receiver, causing him to spit the ball in the air. TJ Riojas grabbed the ball and sent it back to the Tiger 33. On the second and 11, Smith swept a throw 34 yards home for a touchdown with 5:05 left in the fourth, then caught a two-point pass from Johnson. to make it 44-37.

Smithville drove the ball to the Apache 25. Just when it looked like Gonzales might sack the Tigers quarterback and maybe put the game away, he managed to slip away and find an open man in the end zone for the tying TD with 1:38 play.

However, 1:38 is an eternity when a team can move the ball and that was seven seconds longer than the Apaches needed. Runs and passes brought the ball to the Smithville 27 with 14 seconds left, then, using Smith as a decoy, Johnson found Esparza in the end zone for the game-winner and then once again for the pointer to two points closes the score. Smithville would get the ball back and attempt to pull off a “schoolyard recreation football miracle,” but the game ended with an illegal forward called against the Tigers.

This week, the Apaches travel to La Grange to take on the Leopards at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, October 28. If the Apaches win, they’ll clinch second place as Smithville or La Grange are unlikely to beat Cuero in the next two. weeks. A loss to Gonzales doesn’t hurt their playoff chances, but will mean they will likely have to defeat Giddings in the Finals.

Last year, the Leopards beat the Apaches here, 34-0, so Gonzales will seek “la venganza” – retribution – at La Grange.

“La Grange are a very good team and we could hear that they won quite easily tonight (against Caldwell) and it will be a good test to see where we are,” Rivera said.

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