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- A region where there are many such features, characterized by remoteness and inaccessibility
- A large natural elevation of the earth's surface rising abruptly from the surrounding level; a large steep hill
- (mountain) batch: (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; "a batch of letters"; "a deal of trouble"; "a lot of money"; "he made a mint on the stock market"; "see the rest of the winners in our huge passel of photos"; "it must have cost plenty"; "a slew of journalists"; "a
- (mountainous) cragged: having hills and crags; "hilly terrain"
- A large pile or quantity of something
- (mountain) a land mass that projects well above its surroundings; higher than a hill
- A sound made by a mobile phone when an incoming call is received
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Mountains is Brendon Anderegg and Koen Holtkamp, two sonic explorers whose long history, shared philosophies, and love of sculpting sound, has resulted in some of the most densely layered and blissful music crafted in recent memory. The duo is known for obscuring the boundaries between acoustic instrumentation and electronics. Their debut Thrill Jockey release Choral was universally critically acclaimed, has nearly sold through three LP pressings, and ended up being one of the label's best selling releases of 2009, a remarkable achievement.
Air Museum blurs the lines between acoustic and electronic music even more without sacrificing melody or the delicacy of their sound. It is an album of firsts. It was the first album that the acoustic instruments were not processed via a computer. Instead, the processing of the instrumentation (acoustic and electric guitar, cello, accordion, piano, bass etc.) was done using a variety of pedals, modular synths, and other analog techniques. While acoustic instruments were used extensively, the album manifests itself sonically as their most ''electronic'' record yet. Air Museum is also their first record that was made in a studio. Working in the studio expanded their possibilities, giving more room for experimentation. While much of the album was recorded in real time with minor editing, the band took the opportunity to utilize the studio as an instrument of sorts, investing a great amount of time in customizing their approach to post-production.
Mountains in the Sky
From the top of Whistler, you can get unique high alpine topography and outstanding 360 degree views of the Coast Mountains. This is a shot taken directly west of Whistler where one can see several mountain peaks, some of which are very old volcano peaks. This pix is a low resolution 6 portrait pano using a 300mm non-IS lens.
The deadly Australian Magpie savoring the acoustics at Carriageworks.
They have a call that sounds like the electronic sound effects at Space Mountain in Disneyland. At first I thought it was some nerd's cell phone ringtone.
Introducing An Aerial View of Geology series.
Geology is thrilling. It's the Earth in all its splendor. Unfortunately, geology texts rarely communicate that sense of excitement.
Enter Michael Collier, geologist, writer and one of America's premier aerial photographers. For over 20 years, he has piloted his Cessna 180 to inaccessible locations and returned with stunning photographs that lay bare the Earth's workings.
Over the Mountains, the first book in Michael Collier's new series, focuses on geology's most spectacular subject in a most spectacular way. It includes:
Detailed and breathtaking large-format color photographs covering the geology of every major mountain range in the United States
Clear, easy-to-understand text, diagrams and captions that explain and illuminate the geologic processes shown in the photographs.
After exploring the pages of Over the Mountains, readers will never think of mountains -- or geology -- in the same way again.
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