Exploring Polyphony: The Multiple Voices of the Motet

When music combines multiple human voices, melodies, and rhythms, it can gain a powerful expressiveness that is complex, rich, and misterious. Contemporary Western music rarely explores polyphony and the beautiful texture that simultaneous lines of melody and multiple voices can create. We have got used to monophony and musical textures with one voice and dominant […]

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Indie Game Community Gatherings and the Renaissance of Multiplayer Videogames

Humanoid worm-monsters that change size while wrestling for the possession of a ball in a sort of Greco-Roman arena; angry jelly babies with puffy buddies that fight against each other in dangerous industrial landscapes; and muscular cats that strike poses at each other with grace and courage, are some of the innovative multiplayer games that […]

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