Latest Musical scale Stories

2014-03-28 23:02:33

Craft Distilling Industry Embraces Arlyn Scales Explosion Proof Scale Long Island, New York (PRWEB) March 28, 2014 Arlyn Scales, a leader of design and development for the weighing industry, announces the release of an explosion proof scale. The F-100, a precision hazardous environment floor scale, was developed to specifically address the needs within the distillery manufacturing environment. Headquartered on Long Island, New York, Arlyn Scales has been manufacturing electronic weighing...

2014-02-19 23:30:47

Blue Fire Media Group of Kalamazoo Partners with Sterling Scale for a new website design. Southfield, MI (PRWEB) February 19, 2014 In mid-February, Sterling Scale launched a new website with the help of Kalamazoo area’s web developer, Blue Fire Media Group. Blue Fire Media Group has an eclectic portfolio and has added a leader in industrial weighing equipment to it. Sterling Scale has 50 years of experience in selling and renting scales of all kinds to customers. With the help of Blue...

2012-03-02 08:00:00

New DataLog software now offered by Floor Scales Direct easily transfers weigh data from truck scales to PCs. The advanced record keeping tool is now available online at introductory pricing. Olive Branch, MS (PRWEB) March 02, 2012 Floor Scales Direct announces introductory pricing on new DataLog software by Triner Scale, which is specifically constructed to transfer weigh data from truck scales to PCs for easy record keeping. The software is priced at $195 and includes a connecting cable...

2009-12-03 14:04:35

A pair of studies by Duke University neuroscientists shows powerful new evidence of a deep biological link between human music and speech. The two new studies found that the musical scales most commonly used over the centuries are those that come closest to mimicking the physics of the human voice, and that we understand emotions expressed through music because the music mimics the way emotions are expressed in speech. Composers have long exploited the perception of minor chord music as sad...

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