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  • Authors: Ava Archer (2021)

  • The rate at which people troop into the restaurant to have their favorite meal is on the high side, and most of those people have their favorite restaurant. However, in recent times, research has shown that people are now trying to spend less and reduce the rate at which they eat out. However, this cookbook contains 30 amazing recipes from your favorite restaurant that you can prepare from the comfort of your home.

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  • Authors: Charles Hoffer. (2011)

  • The Advantage version of Charles Hoffer's best-selling "Music Listening Today" retains all the key features of the regular edition, but published in a more economical black and white format. Both versions offer the same complete course solution that develops student's listening skills while teaching them to appreciate the different styles, forms, and genres of music. With dozens of engaging familiar and less familiar selections at their fingertips, students will learn how to listen to and appreciate all types of music, including a variety of popular music from cultures around the world.

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  • Authors: Leonard Gilbert Ratner (1980)

  • This book undertakes to define these principles. It offers a set of critieria, drawn from musical analysis and theoretical treatises of the late 18th century, that can serve as guidelines for the investigation of classic music.

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  • Authors: Joseph A. Kotarba (2009)

  • The purpose of this book is to use music as a tool to help students understand the structure and process of social life. Sociologically, music is important because it simultaneously contains and reflects a people's language, values, feelings, concerns, and goals.

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  • Authors: Kendra Preston Leonard. (2009)

  • The book offers analysis and interpretation of the music used to underscore, belie, or otherwise inform or invoke the characters' states of mind, providing a fascinating indication of culture and society, as well as the thoughts and ideas of individual directors, composers, and actors.

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  • Authors: Michael Pilhofer (2007)

  • Music Theory for Dummies shows you the fun and easy way to understanding the concepts needed to compose, deconstruct, and comprehend music. This helpful guide will give you a great grasp of: Note value and counting notes. Treble and bass clefs. Time signatures and measures. Naturalizing the rhythm. Tempo and dynamic. Tone, color, and harmonics. Half steps and whole steps. Harmonic and melodic intervals* Key signatures and circles of fifths Scales, chords, and their progressions, Elements of form Music theory's fascinating history.

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  • Authors: Frank D. Cook (2020)

  • With this book and the included media files, you'll get the practical, hands-on exposure you need. We cover everything from setting up your computer to the fundamentals of audio production, including: -Basic Digital Audio Workstation operations and audio hardware options -Principles of sound production and microphone use -Essential Cubase concepts and operations -MIDI fundamentals for playing and performing with virtual instruments -Multi-track recording -Plug-in use and signal processing techniques -Mixing your project and using automation -Outputting your final mixdown Cubase software is very powerful, yet fun and easy to use

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  • Authors: Lea R. Dopson (2008)

  • This new edition features the latest information on foodservice cost control in a global setting, addressing relevant cultural, legal, and technological questions.Highlights of this fourth edition include: a new look at international foodservice cost control in the age of globalization, with a special emphasis on using advanced technologies internationally

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  • Authors: David Louis Bente Wetzel (1998)

  • Eighteen chapters are organized by analyte, such as N and protein, carbohydrate, inorganics, enzymes, flavor and odor, color, lipids, and vitamins. Most of the analytical techniques used for determination, separations, and sample work-up are treated in the context of an analytical method for a spec.