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  • Will and Zeke's Davis Green Adventure

    Zeke on Acoustemologies
    Our recording begins as we walk towards the center of the Davis green. You can hear some friendly banter between Will and I as we discuss upcoming concerts. Another […]
    Posted April 22, 2013.
  • An Impromptu Podcast, Resonance and the Om

    Zeke on Acoustemologies
      This is the link to Soundcloud for my Aural Research Post. It is in podcast format and includes a recording of the Om (click the link for better […]
    Posted April 15, 2013.
  • Resonance and the Om

    Resonance and the Om
    Zeke on Acoustemologies
      Essential to an understanding of Buddhist and Hindu cultures, meditative practices, and religious precepts, is a comprehension of resonance. Resonance addresses how even the slightest vibrations transfer […]
    Posted March 23, 2013.
  • Resonance of Mind, Resonance of Body

    Zeke on Acoustemologies
        Questions concerning the mind, body, soul triad have for many eons puzzled humans. Consistently throughout history humans have searched for answers and balance within the three, but many to no avail. […]
    Posted March 16, 2013.
  • A Day With Jack, My Dog

    Zeke on Acoustemologies
    Begins: 8:09 February 9, 2013 Ends: 8:23 February 10, 2013             This 24-hour and 14-minute section of my life begins on a frigid Vermont eve, as my dog, mom, and I jump in the car to drive home to our […]
    Posted February 11, 2013.
  • Sounds of Slavery, Tension, and Industry

    Zeke on Acoustemologies
    Like all memoirs, The Narrative Life of Frederick Douglass is written in hindsight. It is a reflection on the past and no mere imagining of the mind. Douglass’ does have a point of view, which is irrefutable, but […]
    Posted January 26, 2013.
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