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1. 21-C# Tutorial – Access Modifiers and Static Keyword

  • Published: 2014-10-25T06:46:22+00:00
  • Duration: 465
  • By Urdu It Tutor
21-C# Tutorial – Access Modifiers and Static  Keyword

This Urdu/Hindi 21-C# Tutorial – Access Modifiers and Static Keyword tells about Public Modifier, Private Modifier, How to access Public Functions, What happen When Function with Private Modifier, Purpose of static keyword, Static keyword with Class at the end Static keyword with Function all in Urdu and Hindi Language. Share this Video: http://vimeo.com/109994971 Subscribe To Urdu It Tutor Channel and Get More Great Tutorials https://vimeo.com/channels/746906 In this video, we will discuss 00:54 Function with Public modifier 01:35 Access Public function 02:30 Function without modifier 03:27 Function with private modifier 04:35 Static keyword 04:48 Static keyword with class 05:36 Static keyword with function visit Urdu It Tutor website for more Programming Languages: http://www.urduittutor.com for more Programming Languages Also Visit Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/urduittutor Dailymotion:https://www.dailymotion.com/urduittutor Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/user/URDUITTUTOR Tune.pk:https://tune.pk/user/urduittutor


2. Yuna Kim Adios Nonino Compilation

  • Published: 2014-06-19T02:40:17+00:00
  • Duration: 287
  • By Hi Burrito
Yuna Kim   Adios Nonino   Compilation

Here is a video of Kim's program "Adios Nonino," which I put together by compiling my favorite parts from Kim's performances throughout the 2013-2014 season. Sources: 1. 마수연님께서 유투브에 올리신 "2014 02 20 Olympics FS YunaKim Adios Nonino 720p[fan cam]": http://youtu.be/n91tUEvglpA 2. 쌔시본드걸님께서 만드신 "노니노 NBC+NHK": http://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=figureskating&no=2260401&page=1&search_pos=-2107504&s_type=search_name&s_keyword=쌔시본드걸 3. 쌔시본드걸님께서 보정하신 "Adios Nonino GS" 4. XoQk님께서 공유하신 소치올림픽 프리스케이팅 NBC버젼 5. tlstjdrb님께서 올리신 "Yuna Kim - Adios Nonino Rehearsal @ Golden Spin of": http://youtu.be/LvXlRIIXslI 6. 쎄시본드걸님께서 올리신 "Yuna Kim - 140213ANStSq": http://youtu.be/nj0vTNY_ouA


3. [MMD KanColle] LUVORATORRRRRY! (Unryuu / 艦これ つみ式雲龍) [1080p]

  • Published: 2016-02-07T02:36:34+00:00
  • Duration: 206
  • By bassedance
[MMD KanColle] LUVORATORRRRRY! (Unryuu / 艦これ つみ式雲龍) [1080p]

* *names listed below without honorifics (敬称略) *Japanese note found at the bottom of the description (日本語の説明は最後にあります) Music, lyrics, vocal programming, arrangement and played by Giga & Reol http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm22942867 featuring Gumi (Megpoid) and Kagamine Rin *Materials and editing tools for video are as follows; MikuMikuDance (MMD) by Higuchi-M (樋口M) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm2420025 MikuMikuEffect (MME) by BuryokuKainyuu-P (舞力介入P) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm12149815 PMX Editor (PMXエディタ) by Kyokuhoku-P (極北P) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm20566765 MMD Model : Unryuu (雲龍) by tumidango - Revised http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm26738248 MMD Motion : LUVORATORRRRRY! by moca - Revised http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm23392348 MMD Camera Motion : LUVORATORRRRRY! by lazyrage (灼眼P) - Revised http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm23424187 MMD Stage : Planet Stage (惑星ステージ) by Yuduki (ゆづき) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im5116975 MMD Stage : Nanchatte Stage (なんちゃってステージ) by Yakisobahn (やきそばーん) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im3166774 MMD Effect : GreenerShader ver1.13 by meshi_dane (下っ飯P) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im2925983 MMD Effect : o_SelfOverlay by Otamon (おたもん) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm16093043 MMD Effect : PanelLight+ExcellentShadow by Soboro (そぼろ) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm19123817 MMD Effect : XDOF by Soboro (そぼろ) https://onedrive.live.com/?id=EF581C37A4524EDA!108&cid=EF581C37A4524EDA&group=0 MMD Effect : AutoLuminous by Soboro (そぼろ) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm16087751 MMD Effect : Diffusion7 by Soboro (そぼろ) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm12182051 MMD Effect : HgSAO by HariganeP (針金P) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im4187422 MMD Effect : Workingfloor and X-Shadow by HariganeP (針金P) http://harigane.at.webry.info/201010/article_1.html MMD Effect : PostAdultShader by Elle (データP) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm15644394 MMD Effect : PostRimLighting by mfakane (ミーフォ茜) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im2044750 Video Editing Tool : Aviutil by KEN Kun http://spring-fragrance.mints.ne.jp/aviutl/ Video Editing Tool : XMedia Recode 3.2.7.0 Used profile : YouTube 1920x1080 FULL HD (mp4) http://www.xmedia-recode.de/ I appreciate your watching my video. And I would express my heartfelt thanks for the creators who freely provide excellent tools and materials on web. What I did is only to assemble them to this video. However, I am very happy if you enjoy it. 07 February 2016 bassedance Keyword : MMD, 艦隊これくしょん, 艦これ, つみ式, 雲龍, 雲龍, MikuMikuDance, Vocaloid, ボーカロイド, グミ, メグッポイド, 鏡音リン Twitter : https://twitter.com/Dieng2618 (in Japanese) Blog : http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/indo_ka (in Japanese) ◆"Unryuu" and my uncle MMD Kancolle Model "Unryuu" (雲龍) is very special for me because one of my uncle (my mother's elder brother) was a crew of "historic" Unryuu, Japanese Aircraft Carrier in the WWII. I am very pleased with the release of this model. For the future, I would pay respect to her and him when I edit videos using her. ※Note : Because my uncle died when "Unryuu" sank due to the attack of US Navy submarine and I was born long after the WWII, I had no chance to meet him and do not have personal knowledge of him. ▼▼▼ 日本語の説明/Japanese description ▼▼▼ ご視聴ありがとうございます。 雲龍さんにLUVORATORRRRRY!を踊ってもらいました。 この動画を作成するに当たってお借りしたものは上述(名称及び公開URL)の通りです。素晴らしいツール・素材をWebで無償公開している皆様に深く感謝いたします。 私のやっていることは「単なる流し込み動画(&若干のプラス・アルファ)」編集にすぎません。とは言え、もしこの動画をお楽しみいただけたのであるならば、うれしく思います。 平成28年02月07日 bassedance ▲▲▲ 日本語の説明/Japanese description ▲▲▲


4. VIVA VOCE - Juliana Snapper # 19 - Hanging

VIVA VOCE - Juliana Snapper # 19 - Hanging

Sample Clip from interactive sound and video installation by Katharina Rosenberger and Heiko Kalmbach. Performer: Juliana Snapper, Node #: 19, Clip Label: JS_19_Hanging, Cluster Group: Judas Cradle, Keyword: n/a, Duration: 01:02,09, Performance Node: Yes, Prolonged Fade: No, Location: GS Studio, Shooting Date: 05/02/2012, www.vivavoce.ch, www.vimeo.com/channels/vivavoceselects


5. VIVA VOCE - Pamela Z # 04 - Tongues

  • Published: 2013-03-10T13:15:36+00:00
  • Duration: 157
  • By Heiko Kalmbach
VIVA VOCE - Pamela Z # 04 - Tongues

Sample Clip from interactive sound and video installation by Katharina Rosenberger and Heiko Kalmbach. Performer: Pamela Z, Node #: 04, Clip Label: PZ_04_Tongues, Cluster Group: Language, Keyword: None, Duration: 02:36,20, Performance Node: Yes, Prolonged Fade: No, Location: Loft, SF, Shooting Date: 05/07/2012, www.vivavoce.ch, vimeo.com/channels/vivavoceselects


6. [MMD] PiNK CAT (Akune Kin, type KAI / カイ式惡音キン) [720p]

  • Published: 2016-02-14T15:07:11+00:00
  • Duration: 238
  • By bassedance
[MMD] PiNK CAT (Akune Kin, type KAI / カイ式惡音キン) [720p]

* *names listed below without honorifics (敬称略) *Japanese note found at the bottom of the description (日本語の説明は最後にあります) Composed and arranged by toku, lyrics and song by MARiA http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm26042403 *Materials and editing tools for video are as follows; MikuMikuDance (MMD) by Higuchi-M (樋口M) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm2420025 MikuMikuEffect (MME) by BuryokuKainyuu-P (舞力介入P) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm12149815 PMX Editor (PMXエディタ) by Kyokuhoku-P (極北P) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm20566765 MMD Model : Akune Kin, type KAI (カイ式惡音キン) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm22304166 MMD Motion & Camera: PiNK CAT by agachin (アガちん) - Revised http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm28055630 MMD Stage : Planet Stage (惑星ステージ) by Yuduki (ゆづき) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im5116975 MMD Stage : Tile stage (タイル+歌うブロックステージ) by zakkiy http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im3880844 MMD Stage : Nanchatte Stage (なんちゃってステージ) by Yakisobahn (やきそばーん) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im3166774 MMD Accessary : Illumination parts (イルミネーションパーツ) by yuduki http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im4530483 MMD Effect : GreenerShader ver1.13 by meshi_dane (下っ飯P) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im2925983 MMD Effect : PanelLight+ExcellentShadow by Soboro (そぼろ) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm19123817 MMD Effect : HgSAO yb HariganeP (針金P) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im4187422 MMD Effect : AutoLuminous by Soboro (そぼろ) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm16087751 MMD Effect : Workingfloor and X-Shadow by HariganeP (針金P) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im1575145 MMD Effect : PostRimLighting by mfakane (ミーフォ茜) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im2044750 Video Editing Tool : Aviutil by KEN Kun http://spring-fragrance.mints.ne.jp/aviutl/ Video Editing Tool : TsunderEnco (つんでれんこ) by Madoya http://tdenc.com/ I appreciate your watching my video. And I would express my heartfelt thanks for the creators who freely provide excellent tools and materials on web. What I did is only to assemble them to this video. However, I am very happy if you enjoy it. 14 February 2016 bassedance Keyword : MMD, 惡音キン, カイ式, MikuMikuDance, PiNK CAT, toku, MARiA, Junky Twitter : https://twitter.com/Dieng2618 (in Japanese) Blog : http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/indo_ka (in Japanese) ▼▼▼ 日本語の説明/Japanese description ▼▼▼ ご視聴ありがとうございます。 カイ式惡音キンちゃんにPiNK CATを踊ってもらいました。 この動画を作成するに当たってお借りしたものは上述(名称及び公開URL)の通りです。素晴らしいツール・素材をWebで無償公開している皆様に深く感謝いたします。 私のやっていることは「単なる流し込み動画(&若干のプラス・アルファ)」編集にすぎません。とは言え、もしこの動画をお楽しみいただけたのであるならば、うれしく思います。 平成28年02月14日 bassedance ▲▲▲ 日本語の説明/Japanese description ▲▲▲


7. Keyword for Family_게티이미지코리아

Keyword for Family_게티이미지코리아

Keyword for Family_Gettyimageskorea 영상 콘텐츠의 판매 / 라이센싱은 ㈜게티이미지코리아가 판매 및 위탁 대행 하고 있습니다. 또한, 이 영상을 사전허락 및 계약 없이 무단사용을 금합니다. 무단으로 사용시에는 저작권법에 의하여 책임을 지게 됩니다. This video is not allowed for commercial or any other purposes without permission. You may search/purchase these clips from 'Gettyimageskorea.com' Contact : gettyimageskorea.com / [email protected] 02-6220-8800 / +82 2 6220 8800


8. Wedding Templates - Library Organization

  • Published: 2015-11-22T23:04:20+00:00
  • Duration: 5159
  • By Ron Priest
Wedding Templates - Library Organization

Organization is half the battle when it comes to a productive wedding edit. Using library templates to jump-start your FCP X library organization will save you loads of time and promote continuity from one wedding project to the next. This video will show you how to copy a template into your new library, with a folder structure containing commonly used smart and keyword collections. It will show you how to redefine the library properties establishing an externally managed library by keeping media files in place, resulting an a very small library file which can be easily uploaded to your preferred cloud service (such as drop box) for collaboration among other editors. After ingesting the media, we'll add metadata to the reels, scenes, and camera name fields to foster quick and precise synchronization via Plural Eyes of video and audio recorded with multiple cameras and external audio devices. I’ll then show you how to use some “checks and balances” to insure all media is accounted for and ready for the edit. This is the first video of the series titled: FCPX Comprehensive Wedding Workflow. Stay tuned for additional videos currently in production. Clicking on the timecode markers, will advance you to the chapters listed below. 00:01:02 Creating a new Library 00:01:50 Copying a Template to a New Library 00:03:00 Delete the FCPX Generated Smart Collection Folder 00:05:34 Redefine the Library Properties 00:09:54 Importing Media 00:10:13 Import Preferences 00:13:01 Organizing the Media 00:35:14 Assigning Scene Metadata 00:42:37 Duplicating and Renaming a Smart Collection 01:10:30 Checks and Balances


9. [MMD KanColle] Koshi-tantan/虎視眈々 : Graf Zeppelin/グラーフ・ツェッペリン, Z1 & Z3) [1080p]

  • Published: 2016-02-05T23:59:42+00:00
  • Duration: 232
  • By bassedance
[MMD KanColle] Koshi-tantan/虎視眈々 : Graf Zeppelin/グラーフ・ツェッペリン, Z1 & Z3) [1080p]

* *names listed below without honorifics (敬称略) *Japanese note found at the bottom of the description (日本語の説明は最後にあります) The song title "Koshi-tantan (虎視眈々)" means "aim to", "watch for an opportunity to" in English. If translating literally Original Ver. Music, lyrics and arrangement by umetora (梅とら) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm22110492 Sung by Kaki-Choko (柿チョコ) used ver. in the video http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm22221659 *Materials and editing tools for video are as follows; MikuMikuDance (MMD) by Higuchi-M (樋口M) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm2420025 MikuMikuEffect (MME) by BuryokuKainyuu-P (舞力介入P) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm12149815 PMX Editor (PMXエディタ) by Kyokuhoku-P (極北P) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm20566765 MMD Model : Graf Zeppelin (グラーフ・ツェッペリン) by pafe - Revised http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm27900483 MMD Model : Z1 Leberecht Maass (レーベレヒト・マース) by gorima (ゴリマ) - Revised http://3d.nicovideo.jp/works/td23652 MMD Model : Z3 Max Schultz (マックス・シュルツ) by gorima (ゴリマ) - Revised http://3d.nicovideo.jp/works/td23718 MMD Motion & Camera : Koshi-tantan by Agachin (アガちん) - Revised http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm24681147 MMD Stage : Planet Stage (惑星ステージ) by Yuduki (ゆづき) - Revised http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im5116975 MMD Stage : "Yellow" stage by Lat - Revised http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm12976887 MMD Effect : NCHLShader2 by nil http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im4325058 MMD Effect : PanelLight+ExcellentShadow by Soboro (そぼろ) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm19123817 MMD Effect : Diffusion7 by Soboro (そぼろ) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm12182051 MMD Effect : AutoLuminous by Soboro (そぼろ) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm16087751 MMD Effect : HgSAO by HariganeP (針金P) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im4187422 MMD Effect : Workingfloor and X-Shadow by HariganeP (針金P) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im1575145 MMD Effect : Several shapes for WorkingFloorX (床詰め合わせ) by stngP (切な顔P) https://bowlroll.net/file/14305 MMD Effect : PostAdultShader by Elle (データP) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm15644394 MMD Effect : PostRimLighting by mfakane (ミーフォ茜) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im2044750 MMD Effect : o_SelfOverlay by Otamon (おたもん) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm16093043 Video Editing Tool : Aviutil by KEN Kun http://spring-fragrance.mints.ne.jp/aviutl/ Video Editing Tool : XMedia Recode 3.2.7.0 Used profile : YouTube 1920x1080 FULL HD (mp4) http://www.xmedia-recode.de/ I appreciate your watching my video. And I would express my heartfelt thanks for the creators who freely provide excellent tools and materials on web. What I did is only to assemble them to this video. However, I am very happy if you enjoy it. 05 February 2016 bassedance Keyword : MMD, 艦隊これくしょん, 艦これ, MMD艦これ, pafe式, ゴリマ式, MikuMikuDance, 1080p, Full HD, 虎視眈々, 梅とら, 柿チョコ, グラーフ・ツェッペリン, レーベレヒト・マース, マックス・シュルツ Twitter : https://twitter.com/Dieng2618 (in Japanese) Blog : http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/indo_ka (in Japanese) ▼▼▼ 日本語の説明/Japanese description ▼▼▼ ご視聴ありがとうございます。 ドイツ艦娘三人のお嬢さんに虎視眈々を踊ってもらいました。 この動画を作成するに当たってお借りしたものは上述(名称及び公開URL)の通りです。素晴らしいツール・素材をWebで無償公開している皆様に深く感謝いたします。 私のやっていることは「単なる流し込み動画(&若干のプラス・アルファ)」編集にすぎません。とは言え、もしこの動画をお楽しみいただけたのであるならば、うれしく思います。 平成28年02月05日 bassedance ▲▲▲ 日本語の説明/Japanese description ▲▲▲


10. 3 April 33 AD (Good Friday)

  • Published: 2011-11-10T04:23:15+00:00
  • Duration: 1081
  • By John Paine
3 April 33 AD (Good Friday)

http://sharedveracity.net/2012/02/22/judge-for-yourself/ Modern scholarship has a lot to offer about dating the Crucifixion of Christ. Credits & Sources Crucifixion Artwork and Images http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/Tag/Crucifixion/1 http://free-christian-wallpapers.blogspot.com/2010/07/jesus-christ-crucifixion-wallpapers.html http://lauraoli.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/passionofchrist-1.jpg Shroud of Turin Image http://kvantov-prehod.org/uploads/torinskata-plashtenica.jpg Vision Video https://www.visionvideo.com Star of Bethlehem (Rick Larson web site) http://bethlehemstar.net/ The Jewish Calendar & Sacred Festivals http://www3.telus.net/public/kstam/en/temple/details/calendar.htm# Passion of the Christ (Video) https://www.visionvideo.com/search_by_text.taf?_function=text_list&keyword=passion+of+the+christ Pontius Pilate http://virtualreligion.net/iho/pilate_2.html From Abraham to Paul, a Biblical Chronology http://thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/justintaylor/2011/10/11/a-biblical-chronology-from-abraham-to-paul/ Glo Bible http://www.globible.com Gustav Dore’s ‘Crucifixion’ (Painting) http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/gustave-dore/the-crucifixion Lunar Eclipse Time Lapse Photographs http://api.ning.com/files/2uNYGeqMmkEGSoJcU5rZPp7Z1guLMIuP2Y08*i8qFcY_/Lunar_eclipse_March_2007.jpg NASA Eclipse Web Sites http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/LEhistory/LEhistory.html http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/LEhistory/LEplot/LE0033Apr03P.pdf


11. [MMD KanColle] Lap Tap Love (Unryuu / 艦これ つみ式雲龍) [1080p]

  • Published: 2016-02-27T09:42:52+00:00
  • Duration: 208
  • By bassedance
[MMD KanColle] Lap Tap Love (Unryuu / 艦これ つみ式雲龍) [1080p]

* *names listed below without honorifics (敬称略) *Japanese note found at the bottom of the description (日本語の説明は最後にあります) Original Ver. Music, lyrics and arrangement by koyori(電ポルP) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm23253673 featuring Hatsune Miku Song by kizineko(小峠 舞) used ver. in the video http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm23303648 *Materials and editing tools for video are as follows; MikuMikuDance (MMD) by Higuchi-M (樋口M) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm2420025 MikuMikuEffect (MME) by BuryokuKainyuu-P (舞力介入P) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm12149815 PMX Editor (PMXエディタ) by Kyokuhoku-P (極北P) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm20566765 MMD Model : Unryuu (雲龍) by tumidango - Revised http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm26738248 MMD Motion & Camera: Lap Tap Love by frozen food (冷凍食品) - Revised http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm26338234 MMD Stage : City Night view (都市夜景H5) by kaiwakap (怪獣対若大将P) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im4525297 MMD Stage : Unkai (Cloud Sea/雲海) CC4 by kaiwakap (怪獣対若大将P) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im4953444 MMD Stage : Nagareru Kumo (流れる雲) EE4 by kaiwakap (怪獣対若大将P) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im5036428 MMD Stage : Heartscreen Stage by macaron http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im3797066 MMD Effect : o_SelfOverlay by Otamon (おたもん) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm16093043 MMD Effect : o_SSAO by Otamon (おたもん) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm16930526 MMD Effect : PanelLight+ExcellentShadow by Soboro (そぼろ) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm19123817 MMD Effect : AutoLuminous by Soboro (そぼろ) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm16087751 MMD Effect : Diffusion7 by Soboro (そぼろ) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm12182051 MMD Effect : HgSAO by HariganeP (針金P) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im4187422 MMD Effect : Workingfloor and X-Shadow by HariganeP (針金P) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im1575145 MMD Effect : PostAdultShader by Elle (データP) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm15644394 MMD Effect : PostRimLighting by mfakane (ミーフォ茜) http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/seiga/im2044750 MMD Effect : New KiraKira Effect by Beamman (ビームマン) http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm26425576s Video Editing Tool : Aviutil by KEN Kun http://spring-fragrance.mints.ne.jp/aviutl/ Video Editing Tool : XMedia Recode 3.2.7.0 Used profile : YouTube 1920x1080 FULL HD (mp4) http://www.xmedia-recode.de/ I appreciate your watching my video. And I would express my heartfelt thanks for the creators who freely provide excellent tools and materials on web. What I did is only to assemble them to this video. However, I am very happy if you enjoy it. 26 February 2016 bassedance Keyword : MMD, MMD艦これ, 艦隊これくしょん, 艦これ, つみ式, 雲龍, 雲龍, MikuMikuDance Twitter : https://twitter.com/Dieng2618 (in Japanese) Blog : http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/indo_ka (in Japanese) ◆"Unryuu" and my uncle MMD Kancolle Model "Unryuu" (雲龍) is very special for me because one of my uncle (my mother's elder brother) was a crew of "historic" Unryuu, Japanese Aircraft Carrier in the WWII. I am very pleased with the release of this model. For the future, I would pay respect to her and him when I edit videos using her. ※Note : Because my uncle died when "Unryuu" sank due to the attack of US Navy submarine and I was born long after the WWII, I had no chance to meet him and do not have personal knowledge of him. ▼▼▼ 日本語の説明/Japanese description ▼▼▼ ご視聴ありがとうございます。 雲龍さんにLap Tap Loveを踊ってもらいました。 この動画を作成するに当たってお借りしたものは上述(名称及び公開URL)の通りです。素晴らしいツール・素材をWebで無償公開している皆様に深く感謝いたします。 私のやっていることは「単なる流し込み動画(&若干のプラス・アルファ)」編集にすぎません。とは言え、もしこの動画をお楽しみいただけたのであるならば、うれしく思います。 平成28年02月26日 bassedance ▲▲▲ 日本語の説明/Japanese description ▲▲▲


12. Destination Marketing Webinar - Search: Powering Your Marketing Mix

  • Published: 2011-03-15T18:36:35+00:00
  • Duration: 2802
  • By EngineWorks
Destination Marketing Webinar - Search: Powering Your Marketing Mix

Our first in this series is Search Powering Your Marketing Mix where we will show how search marketing can provide behavioral information on who is searching for lodging, restaurant, attraction and activity information in and around your destination, which messages resonate with them and what factors entice them to become visitors/customers. Armed with this knowledge, destination and regional marketers can create effective messaging to drive consumer actions through all aspects of the marketing mix, both online and traditional channels. In this webinar you will learn: 1. How Search & Social Intelligence Research can define your target audience(s) and provide knowledge needed to create an effective overall marketing campaign. 2. How to leverage this information across your online and traditional marketing mix. TRANSCRIPT: Mike: Good morning, thanks Tyson. Good morning to some and good afternoon to others. Thanks for joining us for the first of our three destination marketing webinars, search powering your marketing mix. I'm Mike Rosenberg Vice President of New Business and Strategy at EngineWworks. We're a full service digital marketing agency focused on the travel and hospitality industry. So my goal today is to show you how to use search marketing research really to drive all of your marketing efforts. This session promises to provide a strategy backbone that can be implemented by all destinations of all sizes, to enhance your marketing efforts, from research to strategy and planning. This hopefully informative and actionable presentation is going to provide a road map. And we'll have some case studies along the way as well. As a reminder as I mentioned it is the first of three. The next two specifically focusing in on social media and can it deliver to your bottom line where we'll address how to go about tracking your social media efforts to see if all the work is paying off. That will be our April presentation, and then in May we'll go even more interactive than we are today and have live SEO assessments. We'll take a couple of quote-unquote ”pre-seededed assessments” from ahead of time, and then we'll take a few that are also live from the attendees during the webinar. So if that's something that you’re interested in, definitely reach out and let me know if you want to be one of those pre-seeded ones. So let's get going, search powering and your marketing mix, knowledge is power. So really the impetus of this presentation is that for a long time, really since the beginning of advertising and marketing. Companies have spent a lot of money, a lot of time on the creation of their marketing mix. And traditionally this has been a topped down strategy. You know, messages were created to tout the attributes or the benefits of a company’s products or services. Or in this case, a destination’s, attractions or features, or the cities within it. Follow that by integration of that messaging into each channel of the marketing mix. Then do some conventional marketing research to see if it was effective. Kind of going into the old adage of if fifty percent of my marketing works, I just don't know which fifty percent. Well unfortunately this process often failed to hit the mark. The in-depth research and analysis of consumer action coupled with what we now have is, instantaneous or at least close to instantaneous ROI tracking and measurement, can help us use that knowledge gained through some of these search marketing, and all my marketing tools as a foundation to actually create a marketing mix. So, what we would like to look at here is not just viewing search marketing or even online marketing as, a channel within the mix, but, rather we can feed that traditionally created messaging that we feed into the marketing mix. But rather using that to extract knowledge to create that overall marketing campaign. Kind of a road map of what we're going to cover, the four main points today are going to be: research and analysis, how customers seek out destinations, how we can discover the best targeting and messaging and then, how to integrate all of it into your various media channels. You know, through this process we can really extract some precise behavioral information pertaining to exactly who's searching for a specific destinations information on those, what it is that their looking for, which messages resonate with them, and what factors entice them to become visitors, or customers. And all through this you can create targeting and messaging to really drive that consumer action, both on and offline. So one thing to note here is, I would definitely use the bullets, not a list, one, two, three, four. We'll really weave through these four pieces throughout the entire presentation. And as I mentioned we'll use some examples along the way as well, some case studies. So what does this look like? Well successful digital marketing focuses first on three areas for success. You've got your content, so what content does your customer desire? And that's really going to be the second half of this presentation, focusing on content and where that lies. The other two pieces that we'll look at is search and social. Search really addresses what content you should be focused on. And then social's going to ensure that that content is hitting its mark and it's created in the right context and of course is the right places that we're sharing that content, and putting it out there. So , really to know where to begin with these three, we have to see how people actually act and function online, which, again, is kind of the opposite of what has been done in the past, where we kind of throw something up and hope that it sticks. So to start with the search side of it, really the foundation of search is keyword research. The foundation of search marketing is finding out the right keywords to go after. So going through this search intelligence is keyword research which is one of the first steps to coming up with this digital plan for success. So the first thing you have to do, which many of you probably already have, is you go and through and you kind of have that seed list. You either select and mine your site or go off the list you currently have or do a big brainstorm with marketing and other folks that understand the purpose of your online presence. For us, this process is very integrated with the clients we're working with to find the goals of engagement. Where are we trying to focus on? Take a look at the current list we're going after. Maybe take a look at mining from your site or your competitors' sites. And then doing a lot of research and expanding this list, and finding all the different variations that you could go after, expanding it, and then coming back down and selecting it and putting it into buckets of information. When we're doing this, there's three main things you want to look at. Now of course there's the popularity, that's volume, that's one way where you can say "OK, does it make it sense? Are people actually searching this way?" The second one is that relevancy; you know you have to balance those. It may seem very, very relevant, but if people aren't searching that way and this is something we will talk about in a few slides about how to determine how people are searching, they may not search the way you search because they are from a different part of the country or something like that. Going through and extracting the top performing search terms, is going to help you gain this valuable behavior, data and targeting. So making sure that there's actually volume there, that it's relevant and then it's in the right competitive landscape. As a destination, your destination plus hotel or even hotel in general may seem very relevant and I'm sure there's a ton of search volume and popularity but it might not be in the right competitive space. So you really have to balance, those three pieces are key to starting to hone in on what you should be going after. And the other thing is it's not only what people are searching for, but what's actually converting now. Assuming that analytics are in place now, that's a great place to dive into and see what's driving traffic now and we'll focus on that in a case study as well or we'll get some really good insight, as well. During this process you also want to kind of take a step back and find what a conversion is, with the resorts or something like that, a conversion tends to be very easy to define. It's a reservation, it's a booking, it's someone coming to the resort and booking a trip. With the DMO, sometimes it's a little bit harder, there's several. What's the job of the destination marketing organization, it's to get people there probably or some folks have booking engines. If you have one, is that the best place for someone to book? Often times your partners are going to have booking engines that are more user-friendly or easier to use. So is it an exposure piece or traffic to the site or a visitor guide request? Of course all of that's going to go into what you're going to focus on and where you should be. I like to put up this visual representation to give a very simple view of what we're trying to do, when we're talking about volume versus competitiveness versus relevancy. On the top of this, you've got lots of volume; on the bottom you have a lot less volume and probably a much higher conversion rate, so really balancing where you need to be on that is pretty crucial to success. Another big piece of it is going to be competitive intelligence or competitive analysis and when we're looking at that on the search side, specifically, you have two main types of competitors and this will go across social and as we get into content, as well. You have what you identify as your direct competitors, that's the destination down the highway or the folks you are competing for that vacation dollar for and what not. So seeing where they are in the search engines and what they're doing in social media and what their plans are can be very intuitive to come up with this plan. The other type of competitor that we always like to look at is we call landscape competitors, whether that's search landscape or social landscape. Those are the folks who are in searches, showing up whether they're your direct competitors or not, or they may be partners. Trip Advisor is one that comes out off the top of my head for a destination that often comes up for the search terms that we want to go after. Or maybe your members, or your partners who are the hotels in the area or resorts in the area, those folks. What are they doing? Why are they there? What’s been successful for them? A tactic at this level is inbound links. That really helps rankings. Where are the inbound links coming from? Is that an opportunity for you to go out and form a partnership with those folks? Or go after those same links? What are they doing in social media? For your marketing insight, you’re probably going to want to look closely at those direct competitors, those organizations, and get some insight on what they’re doing. I would say go sign up for their newsletters and see what you get. Request a brochure, go through their booking process. Dive into your competition, especially the ones who are doing well, to see what’s going on there. It’s a pretty straight forward process, but what it’s going to do, when you do it the right way, is you’re going to end up with clusters of information. Buckets of information based on your attractions within your destination, or the types of people who visit your location or who want to come and do things in your area. You’ll have those and you’ll also start seeing trends that other folks aren’t seeing that you can take advantage of. We’re going to jump into our first set of case studies. As you can see, we’re talking about pop, soda, and Coke. As I mentioned a couple of slides ago, where folks are in the country or the type of information they’re looking for, really has a lot to show with how they search and how they consume information. Tyson Braun who was an account strategist with us is going to touch on that as well as go through a case study for a client he worked with, a CVB in Ohio, Warren County. So, I’m going to go ahead and introduce Tyson, and have him go over this slide and have him talk through the case study. Tyson: Thanks Mike. Everyone has an answer to the following question. What do you call America’s most popular drink? The one made from carbonated water, syrup, and artificial flavor? This chart breaks down each county in the United States, by the term the majority of residents use when referring to that drink. The deeper colors signify a large majority. I’m from Chicago, so I only drink pop. I don’t think in terms of soda, and I would never expect someone to hand me a Sprite after I asked for a Coke. In the yellow counties people are saying soda, and in the red everything is a Coke. We all think our title is right, but being right is not what matters in search marketing. The right term is what is used by your target audience, and you should focus your search marketing campaign all around those terms. By knowing whether to use--for example we have a lot of CVBs here--whether to use event venues, or meeting rooms, spa hotels or luxury resorts, or family fun instead of things to do with kids, it can make all the difference in reaching your online goals. That is a fun example of variance in the words people use. The example here is one of my favorite clients, the CVB for Warren County Ohio. Warren County is pretty average in size and population. Less than a quarter of a million people live there but there is a lot to do in Warren County and many people visit each year. Their biggest attraction is a huge theme park called King’s Island. It’s the home of the largest wooden roller coaster. King’s Island is so popular, that most people when they come to Warren County are looking for information on, or related to, the park. There are hundreds of searches for terms like “Kings Island vacation packages” or “Kings Island meeting rooms”. Once we realized this, we changed our strategy to focus on these terms. From this we are able to exceed these client’s goals very quickly. Had we focused on what our clients assumed people searched, we probably would have ended up targeting terms like “Warren County accommodations”, or “Warren County special event venues” because that is the way we talk on the marketing side familiar with what the CVB has to offer. If we did that, I don’t think we would have reached our clients goals as quickly as we did, if at all. Another thing that we learned is that many people look for things to do near Cincinnati, which makes sense since people visit the city for many reasons. Since Warren County fits the description of being near Cincinnati we target those people and compel them to check out Warren County. For example, we give them lists of things to do: lists for couples, families, and antique hunters. This really targets them to exactly what they’re trying to find. We get a lot of visitors to our website with this approach. And lastly for Warren County, we learned that people visiting the area tended to engage in social media quite a bit. They tweet, they check in, they share pictures and they blog about it all after they get home. Our team reads all of this content, and we continue to gain insights into how our people talk and it's easier to understand what they are trying to find. Yeah, that's Warren County. Mike? Mike: Thanks Tyson. You know, I think the biggest take-aways, from those two examples is that the volume piece on, are people searching for events? Are they searching for venues? You know, and one of things we found in Warren County and, I am sure everyone on the presentation has done their own research, and, now one of the things that we found with them that's interesting is that you cut short best practices, your SEO your best practices and we had best practices for DMOs which for title tags. Best practice for destinations is that you list your destination first, followed by whatever it is that makes you stand out for the content of that page, you know what that is, that's sort of the formula. One sort of tidbit here is, depending on who you are, you can break best practices. So for Warren County for example, one of things that we found is that they did not fit in that, because there's several Warren Counties around. People aren't going to be necessarily searching for Warren County. So, they are searching for the attractions that are there, the King's Island and places like that. Definitely look at best practices and it's a good guideline, but when you are sort of getting into the tactics and the inertia of it all, make sure always go back to what you know and what makes sense to you. Well, we'll touch on another case study before getting onto the second part of the presentation. This one has to do with a destination down in Georgia, that's actually been our client for quite some time. Really, when they came to us, all of their marketing and all of their messaging was really around gardens and butterflies and that's what they are. There are beautiful gardens, lots of folks want to go there and there's lot of messaging involved with that. But as we got into the research piece of it, as you can see on the left, the gardens and butterflies and nature kind of key words, which is what they were targeting, had some volume but as we expanded their research, obviously this is a precise look at this, there is a lot of volume for things like golf and weddings and conferences and, event type things, venues. And, once we were able to discover that not only there was four times the volume here for looking at this set, but once we implemented that, we also had about three times the conversion rate.That's the type of information that people are looking for. And, once we were able to do that online, ensure that information inserted to show the impact online, then that starts to go into every piece of the marketing that they're doing and this is just to serve as a basic example of what their messaging, looked like, before this insight into information and then sort of evolving into, really focusing on, those three themes or those three clusters of information that rather were driving the bulk reservations and the bulk of their bookings. And, this didn't only go through their search or even only just online, they started adding this into every part of their marketing, in their email, in their print, in their outdoor and in regional television. So you can really weave it throughout your whole campaign. As I go down that road, I also kind of come back a little bit yes weave it into your social media which they did as well, as you can see their top tweet there talking about the golf course and that's kind of another presentation on what sort of information should be shared via social media. I’m glad this screen shot had something about golf, since that was in there and that's the type of information people want from Callaway, you know, "What’s the stimpmeter on the greens running? Is there a frost delay?" That kind of information: "What's the weather like?" Another note to talk about is the volume garden and butterfly folks had, which wasn't nearly as large as the wedding and golf type folks. But, those are your core audience. So, no matter what you do, you've got to make sure and stick with them, I think this was some good insight and actually, again kind of preview for the next presentation. One of the terms that actually Tyson coined that I really like is your social media folks are like your marketing army and especially those enthusiasts. So, make sure you are still covering them, you know, we talked about, kind of, content demand and content balance, here shortly, but making sure that you are covering those enthusiasts is very important, as well. So, I always like to provide takeaways of tools that will help you get this information. At a minimum Google Adwords is a keyword research tool. There are quite a few others out there, whichever one that you like, whether it is keyword tracker, keyword discovery. There are a bunch of paid tools out there. Google Adwords is a great place to start. Google itself, Google Instant will give you a lot of guidance to sort of start this process or hold in on it. With Google Adwords you are going to get some idea on the competitiveness of the keyword, you are going to get an idea on the volume, as well as some seasonality information. You can also get insights. Google Wonder Wheel is another one. So if you are trying to branch out you can get this list big before you bring it back. A couple of social media research tools, you know there is Facebook, and Twitter searches, as well as sites like Technorati. And then if you have the budget and the want and the need you can go to some of the listening software tools like the Radian 6, on the expensive side, or the Raven tools or something like that, on the less expensive side. We kind of talked about the search dataset side and pointed out a few tools for the social intelligence and listening side. Once you have those two pieces and add those together, really now what you are moving into is the content marketing game. So, if you cannot tie all these efforts together, that’s online, offline, social, basically you are not going to be able to do as well. And really what it comes down to is the quality of the content and discovering where that demand is. So, as we review that, the search and social data is going to identify the customer vernacular. It is going to help you understand the meaning of the increase that is coming in and prioritize that content based on the demand that search and social intelligence is going to tell us, help us package it up for consumption and plan for the future. And really what that does is that takes us into wide content and social form, just some statistics and sort of random content statistics. Basically what this is saying is that there is a lot of it there. You know, there is a lot of it produced every single day. And the big reason for that is that it is easy to do. You know, the barrier for entry is really low, it is getting lower every day. Web 2.0 or whatever we are calling it these days, it has been around for a while and it’s that user generated content that is so easy to produce whether it is in social media or you can setup a blog in minutes and start contributing. While that is wonderful, of course there are some drawbacks. the pros of this is that low barrier to entry. It is very cost effective. It is easy to do. The speedy distribution, you can get out there fast. It is trackable and lots of people want to consume it. Now the cons, really, there is lots of noise. There is a lot and a lot and a lot. We looked at the last line, instead of the content being out there, it is not all targeted, the quality is not necessarily always there. You know the amount that is being created, that noise, it is hard to focus specifically to that information. Most of this content is being put out is never been found, much less consumed. What is the point in that? So that is where we are having a strategy and really doing the research and seeing where the demand is, is key. So, what do people want? Why is it out there? Well, the public, your consumers, the folks that you are going after, what do they want in content? Well, they want to get their questions answered. They want to be able to document their experiences. And of course they want to share. Social media, right, they want to build relationships and expand that knowledge base, learn something, figure out where they should go and what they should do. As marketers, what do we need to do? Well, , with content, , we need to build value. We need to build our brand and then ultimately it comes to we want to be able to convert something, we need to be able to put an ROI on it. So, we search what we are trying to do, well, we want noteworthy content that produces links that helps our rankings and helps get people to our site and is visible so it can be indexed. You know with our user experience, well, we want actionable, something that induces that desire to action. Content that is useful and usable. And then it is content strategy, as of course it is that quality piece, that useful and usable. And they are all important but what it really comes down to is what is relevant. Does the content meet the demand of connecting the public interests with the answers to questions that they have? That is the kind of stuff that is going to rise to the top and be visible and noteworthy. I think for a long time, I'm sure everybody's heard the term "content is king." You may have heard content is king but relevant content rules and that's really where obviously things are moving now. You can't just put it out there. It's got to be meeting that demand. So it's a lot of stuff. I think the next question is where do you start? Again now we've got a graphic that has a lot of things on it. We've covered the first three of these really in the first half of this presentation. I think the other point I want to make also is unfortunately all that old research that you did that I started the presentation talking about, it definitely is valuable. We don't believe that it's not useful; it certainly is. The first step is going through all of that information and making sure that we understand what's there. Unfortunately for everybody is it's another layer. We're putting another level of social and search intelligence and competitive intelligence on top of it. The nice part about it is typically it's a lot easier to get. We're not talking about a focus group where we have to get a bunch of people together in a room and feed them and give them swag and look through the one way mirror. I never know if it's one way or two way but the one way mirror to see what their reactions are. Focus groups are a lot easier when you have inherent focus groups online like Facebook and Twitter, and Google. It's looking there and it's much more real time. But again we want to look at what those search and social content demand looks like in that competitive analysis, intelligence, what's your competition doing. Of course we're going to look tactfully what they're doing, which we touched on a little bit but more importantly what's their approach as we get into this content demand question. What are they doing to answer that question or maybe more importantly what aren't they doing? Where's the opportunity for you to dominate? Of course you have to audit everything. One of the most valuable assets that you have as an organization is that earned and owned media that you have. We're certainly not saying that you want to drop your offline and your mass media advertising because that's what's going to be creating this demand that we're picking up and that it's earned and owned. There certainly is that demand that's already out there for your destinations and we need to make sure that we're capturing that piece first, or if not capturing it first at least capturing it at the same time as the demand that we're trying to create. I like the analogy of it's like a shoe store that puts all of its marketing efforts into getting people to drive over to their location for the sale or the special offer or whatever it is. They're missing the guy who's got a hole in his shoe walking down the street because you can't find him because they're not meeting that demand that's already there. We're here; make sure that you capture that that's already out there. The person who's in the store who's getting ignored because the salesperson is on the phone trying to get that next customer in the door. Once we do those audits from here we have to create that strategy based on the opportunity that we're seeing through auditing our website; through our social media or analytics audits. Seeing where the opportunity is so seeing where you can put your money. That's one of the things we hear all the time, "We can do all of these things but what's going to be most effective? What's going to have the impact the first, the fastest? Where can we be most efficient?" Going through this process is really what's going to help you do that. Again, it's all about understanding that content demand and planning around it, auditing. What are you currently have? What don't you have? What types of content do your customers want? What do they demand? And analyzing that. Where are they already? Where are they consuming it? What's missing? How do you fill that gap? Where are you out of balance? And then from there you can look at improving results. Content can have an impact on the results of other things. Of course, we talked about more search traffic. Being relevant and creating links and driving that content to the top of search pages. There's increased consumption. People are knowing about your destination and want to travel there. The potential for it to become viral. Then of course eventually there's conversions. Then the question is where are those conversions taking place and making sure that you have a better chance of being found and being relevant. Let's dive into another couple of case studies to illustrate this. This is a good example. We started with a deep dive into search demand with Arizona, Everything Arizona, trying to take into account what is it that's really driving what people want to know about this destination. Really what we found here was the number one demanded information was around the Grand Canyon by far. You know follow that by Sedona and then some of the cities, Phoenix, Tucson, etc. and then of course activities associated with these attractions and these cities. Things like information about hiking in the Grand Canyon or where to eat in Sedona. That's a simplistic look at it but once we went through that whole process the next step was to audit their current content. Basically as we audited everything we found that it was definitely out of balance with the demand. When we mapped out to rearrange the current content based on that demand that we saw, we saw that they lacked sufficient information in a bunch of areas. Specifically when it was time to create new content or when the plan to create new content came in, let's focus that content on the Grand Canyon for the first round. Based on the research, round two let's focus on Grand Canyon again. Maybe even round three and then we go to Sedona and kind of move from there. So get that demand in balance with what you currently have. Another thing is that we found during this process was, not surprisingly, and we touched on this with Callaway Gardens a little bit, was there's a ton of interest in pictures. I'm sure everybody's heard how image search Google is huge in its own in addition to text result searches. We found there's a lot of interest in pictures. So how do you sort of solve that when they didn't have a ton of content of inventory of pictures? Well, that's where you start creating photo contests to get that content. You can create a ton of content that customers demand by doing that. User generated content is great. Another client of ours, Asia Trans-Pacific Journeys, which is a travel and tour operator, they did a very, very good job of identifying that people want to consume photos of these destinations and of course when they're making their decisions to go to India or to go to Asia, what is it that we want to do is we want to see images of it. So again, let's do photo contests. And they've been able to create a ton of content that they have the rights to use based on entering in the contest and them being granted those rights by the users who produced them and beautiful imagery that rivals National Geographic in scope and having these contests. That brings up again something that we'll focus on in the next webinar of then what do you do with this? You know, how does this, what do you do with this social media content? Does it reside on Flicker or should it be on your website or do you have it live in Facebook? It kind of gets you into this content repository and monetize it. Really where should this stuff live, which is another thing that you should be thinking about, especially as you're pulling in content to your website from other places. What's the place that it actually lives and where is it re-purposed and how do you do that? Back to Arizona, once we took this information that we had about what people were looking for; they want imagery, they want things to do in these locations; we took a look at for example what they were doing in their online banner campaigns. They had some really great looking, emotional, kind of emotional feel flash and video ads. They looked really great. I think it was a guy who is kind of in a relaxing state, sort of a Zen state sitting cross-legged you kind of getting at that emotional feel but it was performing very, very badly. Nobody clicked on it basically. With them conversion was you had to click on the ad and then downloading or requesting more information or a visitor’s guide. Once we looked at that and looked at our research, we found that it looked cool but it wasn't connecting with the information that people wanted. People wanted information about mountain biking in the Grand Canyon or camping in Sedona. So we made some much more basic, simple ads with a lot of images that we saw people wanted. From there we saw the metrics shoot through the roof. I think they were getting your typical standard .02% click through rate kind of thing with the fancy ads and we saw that 4x and then really the value here is we saw that conversion, that visitors guide information at 30% which is huge. It gives you an idea of, that you're giving people what they're looking for. Really the evidence was that it wasn't just about search. It wasn't just about online. It was about everything. That's definitely evidenced by how they changed their marketing mix and many of you have probably seen the reports where they've moved a huge portion of their budget online from 15-20% in the past and now 30-40%. I'm sure a lot of folks have seen that Montreal, that example, where they went 100% online. Again that's based on what statistics are telling you and where you can be most effective with your dollars and with your marketing budgets. So we'll go from one extreme to the other. We'll go from a huge DMO in the state of Arizona to a much smaller scale. This one gives us some good insight into a couple of these avenues that we're talking about. This is the city of Bothell, and for folks who don't know it's basically a suburb of Seattle. As we began this engagement with this client, search and social intelligence really played a key role, starting on a very basic, kind of obvious level. When we did the research we found that there's a lot more search volume for terms like Seattle area hotels or cheap hotels near Seattle than there are for hotels in Bothell. Very obvious but it seems that there is a lot more volume there. We're casting a much wider net. Knowing that we had to develop a paid search campaign to focus on these terms. We didn't think or we knew that the time and resource assets we'd need to rank organically for a term like Seattle area hotels wasn't worth the time, energy, effort or dollars we'd need to invest in doing that. We can certainly have a very focused paid search campaign and create landing pages, of course indexable, landing pages for if we can get some of that organic traffic or if we want to focus on that in the future. Creating specific pages for Seattle area hotels that didn't exist in the past so we have somewhere to send folks when we're trying to capture that. Maybe that budget traveler who doesn't mind being outside of the core of the city to save a few dollars. Another key finding that we found when we were doing the initial research for this was even though at the time they didn't really have much content around wine for this destination, it was driving visits to the site. It was driving conversions to the website that really didn't have much content around it. A big reason for that was technically there aren't any wineries in Bothell. The city of Bothell doesn't have any wineries. Now Chateau Ste. Michelle along with many others are right outside of Bothell in a neighboring community of Woodinville. So people were getting there because it was near wine country. Bothell didn't have any wineries and Woodinville didn't really have any hotels. Bothell has hotels so seeing that insight led us to, "Okay, we really need to beef up the content that we have about wine and focusing about wine on the website." So as you can see from that screen shot, we had a whole section. Not a lot of sections; top level navigation; one of those is wine. This is a screen shot from the home page. You see imagery around wine there as well because it drives a lot of consumers. It drives a lot of conversions for them. Then other thing that this did was not only did it add a section to the website on wine but really drove a very, very offline grassroots traditional marketing activity which was creation of an event, an actual physical event in the community based around wine. We saw how much success we were having online with wine type terms getting folks in the community. The research helped us create these specific events the city was hosting to bring folks in. It started small with an event that was 300 people which was only promoted online and through word of mouth and in the wineries themselves. That event sold out within the first day actually. It had so much success that they did it again six months later and tripled the ticket price and tripled the number of tickets available which sold out fast as well and ended up coming full circle and having the largest record numbers to their website in traffic and also the largest number of folks going to their booking engine which was a big conversion to them - getting folks into the booking engine. Here we can see how online really comes full circle and drives some offline advertising. We're going to wrap up with a final case study based on, size wise, one that's in the middle. Hopefully there's a few weeks left in the ski season and I know that this image has kind of got me itching to get up one last time. Another great example of a DMO who's utilizing this online marketing to drive the strategy is Jackson Hole. A couple of months ago in January they let us know that they were starting to see these inquiries for summer booking travel to the area. With them, like many DMO's they're certainly more than an information bureau. They act as a travel agency as well so getting those folks in to start booking is key. They came to us and mentioned things like wildlife tours which are very popular in the area. Really they were unclear on how many folks were actually taking these kinds of activities; how many people were talking about them in the search engines. Is it actually resonating? Are people trying to get to us through this information? So to get to the bottom of this, and this is trying to give some tactical take-aways, we utilize historical paid search data. Basically we analyzed search query reports to see what key words were capturing that traffic. Not just the ones that we were bidding on but ones that were actually converting. Then you take that and we mapped that out to site engagement in Google Analytics really to figure out what keywords resulted in valuable visits to the site. Once we had that information we were able to get a nice picture, not only about the types of words people were using to research the summer related topics for them, but also see what engagement resulted from those. What were they consuming once they got on the site with those visits? And then determine whether that keyword drove a valuable, a likely to convert traffic. Then that forms the viable SEO target and the strategy for the SEO side as we're moving into the summer season. Basically this strategy gave us a chance to get a preview of site interaction down to the demand, the keyword level and then structure the SEO campaign accordingly and see if there's any gaps in our content. The alternative to this would have been to make a guess. Here's what we think is going to happen based on the search queries and based on traffic estimates and what's happened in the past. Then spend those resources and time trying to affect those rankings and create that content based on guessing as opposed to getting a little bit more insight into what's actually going on. To wrap up and to share some take-aways from the process: perform search based keyword research. What you say, what your customers say, what your brand is, what your competitors brands are, what your destinations are, and what people think about those or the attractions that you have. Use social to understand the -inquiry context. The sentiment, the type, the location of those conversations around those key words, and then make sure to categorize and compare your keywords with the relevant demand that you're seeing. Audit the current content against that categorized demand. Recap of a couple of the tools that we talked about. Your free, pretty basic tools which go a long way -- Google Adwords, Technorati is a great resource for social media, Twitter is a great resource. Google Analytics, or whatever your analytics tool is, whether it's free or you're paying for it; there's a lot of great insight in there. Then of course there are ones you can pay for. Again, whatever keyword research tool, either proprietary or paid for, a second level that you want to use, again there's those listening tools whether they're from the expensive encompassing site Radian6 or Spiral 16 but there's lots of them out there. Again, we'll give more examples of tools in our next presentation which is in May about social media and “can it deliver to your bottom line?” Before we take questions we'll just note that we'll send out an email after this as well with our link to this. We're recording the presentation so if you want to have it as a record or share it, certainly feel free to do so. If you do have questions please go ahead and ask them via the chat questions box and then Tyson I think you were going to go ahead and take those and moderate them for us. Please do ask away. I think I'll go back to a good looking slide as we're on hold here. Why did you go beyond the title of search powering your marketing mix and really go into content and social? Really it's mostly like any other entity, and you'll see this into the next webinar, is EngineWorks is really a search marketing agency and that's been our primary focus but we're evolving and actually we've become an entity called ethology and search marketing is certainly a major component of what we do. Research and intelligence is really what's going to drive the buses as we move forward. More on that to come but you'll see in the next webinar that we'll either be ethology or be co-branded in it but we wanted to present this as search. Even over the last few weeks as this presentation has been scheduled and come to fruition everything's evolving. It moves beyond just search. It looks like that is about all of the questions that we have. I appreciate everyone's time coming on and again feel free to reach out to me directly with questions. We'll send an email out that has this information on it and links where you can find the presentation. Feel free to reach out to me at Twitter or direct at [email protected] and thanks for the time.


13. Cryogenics feat Beat Ride - Lucid Dream ( John Ov3rblast Ambient Remix )

  • Published: 2012-05-15T18:32:34+00:00
  • Duration: 218
  • By John Ov3rblast
Cryogenics feat Beat Ride - Lucid Dream ( John Ov3rblast Ambient Remix )

beatport.com/release/aunted-dream/907948 amazon.co.uk/s/ref=ntt_srch_drd_B0081XLNLS?ie=UTF8&search-type=ss&index=digital-music&field-keywords=Cryogenics%20%26%20Beat%20Ride djtunes.com/cryogenics/aunted-dream junodownload.com/products/haunted-dream/1960401-02/ SPO 009 Cryogenics - Lucid Dream Includes remix from Lars Leonhard,John Ov3rblast ,Alveol. Release Date 15 May 2012. Our label releases each month the most underground soundscapes in more than 120 different digital stores around the globe ,from deep tech,dub techno,deep prog and everything that moves in the deeper side of the sound. Music is our only destination,Our mission,stay in orbeat round planet sound. junodownload.com/labels/Spacealorbeats/releases/ trackitdown.net/search/keyword?q=spaceal+orbeats+records beatport.com/label/spaceal-orbeats-records/23917 residentadvisor.net/profile/spacealorbeats spacealorbeats.tumblr.com/ mixcloud.com/Spacealorbeats/ wix.com/over1475/spacealorbeats#! myspace.com/spacealorbeatsrecords facebook.com/JohnOv3rblast soundcloud.com/spacealorbeats For contact with us use our dropbox and the follow email:[email protected] Our 9th release comes from Greece and the talented producer dj Cryogenics. Together with Antigoni Kostala aka Beat Ride, he is sharing a masterpiece. The track Lucid Dream is the soundtrack for eternity the lyrics and the vocals from Antigoni is a breathtaking experience. Along side Lars Leonhard, Alveol and John Ov3rblast with four deep spacey remixes, Lars on sweet dubby mode, Alveol with an organic deep tech house scape and Ov3rblast with 2 versions, an ambient dreamy one and a deep tech cinematic version.The dreams have their own soundtrack and its called Lucid Dream, Cryogenics, also includes a trip hop track Haunted Mind for a massive outro. Dream mode in full effect! Cryogenics is here. Born in Athens, Cryogenics. spent his early years listening Hip Hop, Breakbeat and Hardcore,artists like LFO, Quadrophonia,Holy Noise, Future Sound Of London, The Orb, The Prodigy, Shut Up And Dance, SL2,The House Crew, Acen, 4 Hero, Public Enemy, NWA, Wu Tang Clan and many more. At the age of 15 he tried to spin his 12″, the rest are history! At the age of 16 Cryogenics tried to make some tunes!Fastracker II was his first software! “Source Code” become very poppular in the Greek crowd! Source code jumped in the greek drum n bass top 20 (Life Fm) (No9) between great names at that time like Source Direct, Zinc, Hype, Dylan and many more! It was the year 1999 and Cryogenics had to join the army and he left from everything tll the year 2002. In 2004 Cryogenics was one of the best upcoming dj in Greece (“Free” Magazine). Cryogenics starts making tunes again and he has a new (production) project with Junior SP ! Klute, Amit, SKC, D Bridge are their main influences! Having a very good comments from big names such as LTJ Bukem, Goldie, Big Bud and Klute, they continue what they start… Also Cryogenics has a downtempo project (by the same alias).Influences by Dj Food,Portishead.Massive Attack,Herbalizer and many more. Commonwealth Soldiers EP was his first downtempo release (Kraak Records) Cryogenics has performed with: Methodman & Redman, Mix Hell (Igor Cavalera (x-Sepultura) , Grandmaster Flash, Dj Format,Photek,Goldie,LTJ Bukem,Tayla,Phil Source (Source Direct)Bizzy B, Equinox, Chris Inpespective,Blue Mar Ten, Big Bud, Seba, Phace, Evol Intent, Vicious Circle, Doc Scott,Dom & Roland,Kryptic Minds,Nymfo,Rockwell,Kasra,Spectrasoul… twitter.com/cryogenics_gr facebook.com/cryogenicsgr facebook.com/Cryogncs mixcloud.com/cryogenicsgr cryogenics.gr/ youtube.com/user/cryogenix1 BEAT RIDE A.K.A ANTIGONI KOSTALA WAS BORN AND RAISED IN ATHENS, GREECE. SHE BEGAN PIANO LESSONS AT THE AGE OF EIGHT, COMPOSING HER FIRST PIECE FOR CLASSICAL MUSIC AT THE AGE OF NINE. IN ADDITION TO PIANO AND MUSIC THEORY STUDY, ANTIGONI COMPLETED HER DEGREE IN “INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN STUDIES” AT PANTEION UNIVERSITY IN ATHENS. CURRENTLY SHE IS INVOLVED WITH BUSINESS MUSIC, IN STORE AND RADIO SPOTS PRODUCTIONS AND VOICEOVER SERVICES. SHE HAS PARTICIPATED IN VARIOUS ALBUMS AND COMPILATIONS AS A VOCALIST AND WORKED ON TELEVISION SHOWS. Her music is inspired by various music genres, a mixture of sounds and styles, moving from ambient to electronica. Her signature is the combination of instruments from strings, brass and flutes to sitar, electric guitars and electronic sounds, blending classical, soul, jazz and rock melodic lines. soundcloud.com/beat-ride In the age of 8th he experienced the soundscapes of Jean Michel Jarre,Vangelis from the vinyls of his father. Then later at the early age of 15 he started going out in the rave parties outside of the city borders of Athens where he discovered the rave culture and clubbing and spend there many years. Started composing tracks using personal computers commodore, Amiga just for the fun of it. Using the turntables of a friend he started mixing his favorite flavors from the Detroit scene and taking part in private parties. His personal soundscapes is a mixture of ambient cinematic, twisted tech, deep dubby and spacey atmosphere, trying always to live a new experience through sound , a new hybrid ''Deeptech Spacedrone''. His first release came out from Mac Trax Netlabel on 2010 together with his 2 hour weekly live set on Mac-Trax webradio. Next step was the Spaceal Orbeats webradio which gave him the experience to organize the weekly shows and collaborate with more than 22 producers around the world .The webradio transformed in an independent digital Label on 2011 with Cristal Interspace and so far he is expanding his knowledge and his sound pallet in each new release. Now days also he is organizing parties under the name of Spaceal Orbeats which already have hosted Kintar, Damaged Man, Ozgur Ozkan, Asty Tekk to name a few in Athens. Tune each 4th Thursday of the month on insomniafm.com for his monthly InOrbeat show insomniafm.com/artists/2023-john-ov3rblast.html Labels Moonchild Records TriskelTech Recordings Spaceal Orbeats Records (Owner,A&R) Undertechnical Recordings InsomniaFm Records Tactical Nuke Records Housearth Records Mac Trax Netlabel Bass'Flo Recordings UK Deepindub Netlabel Kosmo Netlabel Progelectech Label Mistique Digital Balkan Delights Monokrak Netlabel Lovezone Records Blacklight Sessions Cold Tear Records From his personal label Spaceal Orbeats Records releases several works from the deeper side of the sound from artists around the world . A new Subabel is on the way ,by the name AudioTheory, along with Cryogenics for releasing soundscapes from ambient,breaks and drum and bass genres till the end of June. Email for contact,bookings,remixes : [email protected] Our label releases each month the most underground soundscapes in more than 120 different digital stores around the globe ,from deep tech,dub techno,deep prog and everything that moves in the deeper side of the sound. Music is our only destination,Our mission,stay in orbeat round planet sound. junodownload.com/labels/Spacealorbeats/releases/ trackitdown.net/search/keyword?q=spaceal+orbeats+records beatport.com/label/spaceal-orbeats-records/23917 residentadvisor.net/profile/spacealorbeats spacealorbeats.tumblr.com/ mixcloud.com/Spacealorbeats/ wix.com/over1475/spacealorbeats#! myspace.com/spacealorbeatsrecords facebook.com/JohnOv3rblast soundcloud.com/spacealorbeats For contact with us use our dropbox and the follow email:[email protected] Spaceal Orbeats announce you the stoppage of our collaboration. You will have Label releases until the end of May. Thank you for you time.


14. Cryogenics feat Beat Ride - Lucid Dream (Lars Leonhard Remix)

  • Published: 2012-05-15T17:11:09+00:00
  • Duration: 218
  • By John Ov3rblast
Cryogenics feat Beat Ride - Lucid Dream (Lars Leonhard Remix)

beatport.com/release/aunted-dream/907948 amazon.co.uk/s/ref=ntt_srch_drd_B0081XLNLS?ie=UTF8&search-type=ss&index=digital-music&field-keywords=Cryogenics%20%26%20Beat%20Ride djtunes.com/cryogenics/aunted-dream junodownload.com/products/haunted-dream/1960401-02/ SPO 009 Cryogenics - Lucid Dream Includes remix from Lars Leonhard,John Ov3rblast ,Alveol. Release Date 15 May 2012. Our label releases each month the most underground soundscapes in more than 120 different digital stores around the globe ,from deep tech,dub techno,deep prog and everything that moves in the deeper side of the sound. Music is our only destination,Our mission,stay in orbeat round planet sound. junodownload.com/labels/Spacealorbeats/releases/ trackitdown.net/search/keyword?q=spaceal+orbeats+records beatport.com/label/spaceal-orbeats-records/23917 residentadvisor.net/profile/spacealorbeats spacealorbeats.tumblr.com/ mixcloud.com/Spacealorbeats/ wix.com/over1475/spacealorbeats#! myspace.com/spacealorbeatsrecords facebook.com/JohnOv3rblast soundcloud.com/spacealorbeats For contact with us use our dropbox and the follow email:[email protected] Our 9th release comes from Greece and the talented producer dj Cryogenics. Together with Antigoni Kostala aka Beat Ride, he is sharing a masterpiece. The track Lucid Dream is the soundtrack for eternity the lyrics and the vocals from Antigoni is a breathtaking experience. Along side Lars Leonhard, Alveol and John Ov3rblast with four deep spacey remixes, Lars on sweet dubby mode, Alveol with an organic deep tech house scape and Ov3rblast with 2 versions, an ambient dreamy one and a deep tech cinematic version.The dreams have their own soundtrack and its called Lucid Dream, Cryogenics, also includes a trip hop track Haunted Mind for a massive outro. Dream mode in full effect! Cryogenics is here. Born in Athens, Cryogenics. spent his early years listening Hip Hop, Breakbeat and Hardcore,artists like LFO, Quadrophonia,Holy Noise, Future Sound Of London, The Orb, The Prodigy, Shut Up And Dance, SL2,The House Crew, Acen, 4 Hero, Public Enemy, NWA, Wu Tang Clan and many more. At the age of 15 he tried to spin his 12″, the rest are history! At the age of 16 Cryogenics tried to make some tunes!Fastracker II was his first software! “Source Code” become very poppular in the Greek crowd! Source code jumped in the greek drum n bass top 20 (Life Fm) (No9) between great names at that time like Source Direct, Zinc, Hype, Dylan and many more! It was the year 1999 and Cryogenics had to join the army and he left from everything tll the year 2002. In 2004 Cryogenics was one of the best upcoming dj in Greece (“Free” Magazine). Cryogenics starts making tunes again and he has a new (production) project with Junior SP ! Klute, Amit, SKC, D Bridge are their main influences! Having a very good comments from big names such as LTJ Bukem, Goldie, Big Bud and Klute, they continue what they start… Also Cryogenics has a downtempo project (by the same alias).Influences by Dj Food,Portishead.Massive Attack,Herbalizer and many more. Commonwealth Soldiers EP was his first downtempo release (Kraak Records) Cryogenics has performed with: Methodman & Redman, Mix Hell (Igor Cavalera (x-Sepultura) , Grandmaster Flash, Dj Format,Photek,Goldie,LTJ Bukem,Tayla,Phil Source (Source Direct)Bizzy B, Equinox, Chris Inpespective,Blue Mar Ten, Big Bud, Seba, Phace, Evol Intent, Vicious Circle, Doc Scott,Dom & Roland,Kryptic Minds,Nymfo,Rockwell,Kasra,Spectrasoul… twitter.com/cryogenics_gr facebook.com/cryogenicsgr facebook.com/Cryogncs mixcloud.com/cryogenicsgr cryogenics.gr/ youtube.com/user/cryogenix1 BEAT RIDE A.K.A ANTIGONI KOSTALA WAS BORN AND RAISED IN ATHENS, GREECE. SHE BEGAN PIANO LESSONS AT THE AGE OF EIGHT, COMPOSING HER FIRST PIECE FOR CLASSICAL MUSIC AT THE AGE OF NINE. IN ADDITION TO PIANO AND MUSIC THEORY STUDY, ANTIGONI COMPLETED HER DEGREE IN “INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN STUDIES” AT PANTEION UNIVERSITY IN ATHENS. CURRENTLY SHE IS INVOLVED WITH BUSINESS MUSIC, IN STORE AND RADIO SPOTS PRODUCTIONS AND VOICEOVER SERVICES. SHE HAS PARTICIPATED IN VARIOUS ALBUMS AND COMPILATIONS AS A VOCALIST AND WORKED ON TELEVISION SHOWS. Her music is inspired by various music genres, a mixture of sounds and styles, moving from ambient to electronica. Her signature is the combination of instruments from strings, brass and flutes to sitar, electric guitars and electronic sounds, blending classical, soul, jazz and rock melodic lines. soundcloud.com/beat-ride Lars Leonhard MORE INFO`S http://www.lars-leonhard.de/ Label: BineMusic (Germany) Selected Records (Spain) Sonora Records (Italy) Clear Recordings (Germany) Flappers Records (Italy) Deepindub (Italy) Klangschleife (Germany) Info: Lars Leonhard was born in 1973 in Hilden (Düsseldorf). In Lars’ early childhood he recognized his passion for music. In the early 90’s he decided to produce his own music. His affinity to electronically music leads him to electro, ambient and deep house music.


15. Cryogenics feat Beat Ride - Lucid Dream (Original Mix)

  • Published: 2012-05-16T14:06:42+00:00
  • Duration: 218
  • By John Ov3rblast
Cryogenics feat Beat Ride - Lucid Dream (Original Mix)

beatport.com/release/aunted-dream/907948 amazon.co.uk/s/ref=ntt_srch_drd_B0081XLNLS?ie=UTF8&search-type=ss&index=digital-music&field-keywords=Cryogenics%20%26%20Beat%20Ride djtunes.com/cryogenics/aunted-dream junodownload.com/products/haunted-dream/1960401-02/ SPO 009 Cryogenics - Lucid Dream Includes remix from Lars Leonhard,John Ov3rblast ,Alveol. Release Date 15 May 2012. Our label releases each month the most underground soundscapes in more than 120 different digital stores around the globe ,from deep tech,dub techno,deep prog and everything that moves in the deeper side of the sound. Music is our only destination,Our mission,stay in orbeat round planet sound. junodownload.com/labels/Spacealorbeats/releases/ trackitdown.net/search/keyword?q=spaceal+orbeats+records beatport.com/label/spaceal-orbeats-records/23917 residentadvisor.net/profile/spacealorbeats spacealorbeats.tumblr.com/ mixcloud.com/Spacealorbeats/ wix.com/over1475/spacealorbeats#! myspace.com/spacealorbeatsrecords facebook.com/JohnOv3rblast soundcloud.com/spacealorbeats For contact with us use our dropbox and the follow email:[email protected] Our 9th release comes from Greece and the talented producer dj Cryogenics. Together with Antigoni Kostala aka Beat Ride, he is sharing a masterpiece. The track Lucid Dream is the soundtrack for eternity the lyrics and the vocals from Antigoni is a breathtaking experience. Along side Lars Leonhard, Alveol and John Ov3rblast with four deep spacey remixes, Lars on sweet dubby mode, Alveol with an organic deep tech house scape and Ov3rblast with 2 versions, an ambient dreamy one and a deep tech cinematic version.The dreams have their own soundtrack and its called Lucid Dream, Cryogenics, also includes a trip hop track Haunted Mind for a massive outro. Dream mode in full effect! Cryogenics is here. Born in Athens, Cryogenics. spent his early years listening Hip Hop, Breakbeat and Hardcore,artists like LFO, Quadrophonia,Holy Noise, Future Sound Of London, The Orb, The Prodigy, Shut Up And Dance, SL2,The House Crew, Acen, 4 Hero, Public Enemy, NWA, Wu Tang Clan and many more. At the age of 15 he tried to spin his 12″, the rest are history! At the age of 16 Cryogenics tried to make some tunes!Fastracker II was his first software! “Source Code” become very poppular in the Greek crowd! Source code jumped in the greek drum n bass top 20 (Life Fm) (No9) between great names at that time like Source Direct, Zinc, Hype, Dylan and many more! It was the year 1999 and Cryogenics had to join the army and he left from everything tll the year 2002. In 2004 Cryogenics was one of the best upcoming dj in Greece (“Free” Magazine). Cryogenics starts making tunes again and he has a new (production) project with Junior SP ! Klute, Amit, SKC, D Bridge are their main influences! Having a very good comments from big names such as LTJ Bukem, Goldie, Big Bud and Klute, they continue what they start… Also Cryogenics has a downtempo project (by the same alias).Influences by Dj Food,Portishead.Massive Attack,Herbalizer and many more. Commonwealth Soldiers EP was his first downtempo release (Kraak Records) Cryogenics has performed with: Methodman & Redman, Mix Hell (Igor Cavalera (x-Sepultura) , Grandmaster Flash, Dj Format,Photek,Goldie,LTJ Bukem,Tayla,Phil Source (Source Direct)Bizzy B, Equinox, Chris Inpespective,Blue Mar Ten, Big Bud, Seba, Phace, Evol Intent, Vicious Circle, Doc Scott,Dom & Roland,Kryptic Minds,Nymfo,Rockwell,Kasra,Spectrasoul… twitter.com/cryogenics_gr facebook.com/cryogenicsgr facebook.com/Cryogncs mixcloud.com/cryogenicsgr cryogenics.gr/ youtube.com/user/cryogenix1 BEAT RIDE A.K.A ANTIGONI KOSTALA WAS BORN AND RAISED IN ATHENS, GREECE. SHE BEGAN PIANO LESSONS AT THE AGE OF EIGHT, COMPOSING HER FIRST PIECE FOR CLASSICAL MUSIC AT THE AGE OF NINE. IN ADDITION TO PIANO AND MUSIC THEORY STUDY, ANTIGONI COMPLETED HER DEGREE IN “INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN STUDIES” AT PANTEION UNIVERSITY IN ATHENS. CURRENTLY SHE IS INVOLVED WITH BUSINESS MUSIC, IN STORE AND RADIO SPOTS PRODUCTIONS AND VOICEOVER SERVICES. SHE HAS PARTICIPATED IN VARIOUS ALBUMS AND COMPILATIONS AS A VOCALIST AND WORKED ON TELEVISION SHOWS. Her music is inspired by various music genres, a mixture of sounds and styles, moving from ambient to electronica. Her signature is the combination of instruments from strings, brass and flutes to sitar, electric guitars and electronic sounds, blending classical, soul, jazz and rock melodic lines. soundcloud.com/beat-ride


16. Information Cartography

  • Published: 2015-10-05T18:00:12+00:00
  • Duration: 299
  • By CACM
Information Cartography

Co-authors Carlos Guestrin and Eric Horvitz discuss "Information Cartography" (http://cacm.acm.org/magazines/2015/11/193323), a Contributed Article in the November 2015 CACM. --- TRANSCRIPT 00:00 In a wide-open world, you can go anywhere. But direct routes are better if you want to go somewhere. 00:15 Routes on the city metro join and branch off and join again, each time giving you the opportunity to follow a new path -- and discover new things. Wouldn't it be great if information research worked the same way? 00:30 Join us as we talk with researchers who aim to bring this model to the internet with Information Cartography. 00:44 [Intro graphics/music] 00:53 Eric Horvitz is known the world over for his expertise in artificial intelligence. But it was a poster hanging on an intern's wall that inspired this ACM Fellow to join her quest for a better way to present information. 01:10 DR. HORVITZ: So Dafna Shahaf was an intern with us, and I got to know her as a really broad thinker, someone who combines formal methods with large-scale, ill-defined problems, and... she was looking at these information maps that had been done by hand, of sort of how a field evolves, what's the history of machine intelligence. ... And she said, "I wonder if I could do this automatically. I wonder if I can create storylines automatically to explain hard, challenging development, developing areas to people in a clear way. 01:43 The result is Information Cartography, a model that brings together big data, optimization, and visualization. 01:51 DR. GUESTRIN: Information Cartography is about providing a guide, a map, to finding the information around big data problems, and bringing humans into the loop where massive amounts of information make it really hard for a human to navigate that space. 02:09 In one implementation, it starts with keywords, just like a web search. But there the similarities end. 02:18 DR. GUESTRIN: In Information Cartography you can imagine putting a keyword that's of interest and getting a map back. ... Another way to get started could be, "Oh, here's one article that I'm reading today, give me a map around this article." Another way to get started could be, "Here's two endpoints -- Greek debt crisis, and migration crisis -- Give me a path between them, or give me a map around these." ... From the science perspective you could say, "Here is the bibliography of the papers I've written so far. Build me a map around them. And by the way, tell me papers I should read or should have cited, that I haven't cited yet." 02:52 DR. HORVITZ: And we focused on the ACM Digital Library and looked at reinforcement learning as an example. And we show a visualization of that in our publication. 03:02 Most importantly, metromaps don't have to be static. 03:07 DR. GUESTRIN: What's really exciting for me about Dafna's vision is the ability to do this kind of an interactive way for any query that you might have. ... Take a starting grad student who wants to learn about machine learning, a field that I'm passionate about. That person probably needs to learn about the basic fundamentals of machine learning. ... Now, if you take a senior grad student, then they already know their foundation. What they really want to know about is: How is my Ph.D. thesis being impacted by new publications out there, and perhaps old ones that I don't know about? And ones in different fields? 03:44 Drs. Horvitz and Guestrin both believe that such an easy-to-navigate model goes beyond simple information management, and could benefit humanity in real and profound ways. 03:55 DR. HORVITZ: There's the prospect of using these tools to get into the minds of other people, to get other perspectives on news stories. ... And the idea is, can we come up with technologies -- can we harness computer science, can we harness optimization, information retrieval, and visualization -- to combat the prospect that we're getting only tiny keyhole views of a situation? 04:24 DR. GUESTRIN: And we've only scratched the surface of the possibilities here. If you can do this well, we can have a more informed world, faster scientific discoveries, you can have better political discourse. It's endless opportunity. 04:42 Find out more in this month's Communications of the ACM, in the contributed article, "Information Cartography". 04:50 [Outro and credits]


17. Stanisha and Nick Wurzer - 300 Bites (Franzis-D Remix)

  • Published: 2012-05-28T13:26:08+00:00
  • Duration: 217
  • By John Ov3rblast
Stanisha and Nick Wurzer - 300 Bites (Franzis-D Remix)

http://www.beatport.com/release/300-bites/911646 amazon.com/s/ref=ntt_srch_drd_B0081M2MUU?ie=UTF8&field-keywords=Stanisha%20%26%20Nick%20Wurzer&index=digital-music&search-type=ss junodownload.com/products/300-bites/1965362-02/ SPO 010 Stanisha and Nick Wurzer - 300 Bites Includes remix from Acensor, Artur Reimer, Franzis-D, John Ov3rblast. Release Date May 30 2012 Our label releases each month the most underground soundscapes in more than 120 different digital stores around the globe ,from deep tech,dub techno,deep prog and everything that moves in the deeper side of the sound. Music is our only destination,Our mission,stay in orbeat round planet sound. junodownload.com/labels/Spacealorbeats/releases/ trackitdown.net/search/keyword?q=spaceal+orbeats+records beatport.com/label/spaceal-orbeats-records/23917 residentadvisor.net/profile/spacealorbeats spacealorbeats.tumblr.com/ mixcloud.com/Spacealorbeats/ wix.com/over1475/spacealorbeats#! myspace.com/spacealorbeatsrecords facebook.com/JohnOv3rblast soundcloud.com/spacealorbeats For contact with us use our dropbox and the follow email:[email protected] Our next release comes from the well known producer from Serbia, Stanisha and from Germany, Nick Wurzer when progressive house meets techno 300 Bites EP comes out. Includes brilliant remixes from the Franzis D, Acensor, Artur Reimer and John Ov3rblast The whole release is made for the big rooms wide techno soundscapes, brutal drum loops and spacey backgrounds. If you are feeling free when you dance then this is a one way ticket for your progressive tech paradise, put the volume up and get into orbit. We love space, don't you? Staniša Krstic is Serbian electronic music producer and DJ also known as Stanisha. His extensive production work,have helped established him as one of the fastest rising stars within the dance music community. With big experience in music production he was playing experimental electronic music from 1995 with band Bioplasma. From 2000 he change his style in to deep dark progressive... His productions has been internationally supported by many of the world’s leading tastemakers. Stanisha is known for energetic and deep sound. His songs are mysterious and emotional. stanisha.weebly.com/ soundcloud.com/stanisha facebook.com/pages/Stanisha/123788457706707 myspace.com/stanishaproducerdj residentadvisor.net/profile/stanisha Nick Wurzer Dj Fresh nennt sich der in Frankfurt am Main geborene 34-jährige Nick Wurzer. Sein Style-Repertoire erstreckt sich von Progressiv House über Minimal & Techno und zu allem was wie ‘ne Bombe einschlägt. Das ergibt, kombiniert mit feinsten treibenden Beats auf höchstem Niveau, ein Soundangebot erster Güte und ließ schon so manches Kinn vor Begeisterung den Boden unter den Füßen weggleiten. Ein Grund für seine immer partytauglichen Sounds ist mit Sicherheit sein eigener Hang zum musikalischen Überschwang: Fresh ist eine absolut erfahrene Partysau und weiß daher immer, was er auch dem müdesten Publikum um die Ohren hauen muss, um es zum Kochen zu bringen. Auf der anderen Seite ist er sich seiner Verantwortung als Dj gegenüber seinem Publikum bewusst und strebt bei jeder Gelegenheit die perfekte Show an. Dieses Verantwortungsbewusstsein, eben nur Soundmenüs erster Klasse aufzutischen, steht ihm bei jedem Auftritt ins Gesicht geschrieben. Seinen ersten Kontakt mit der elektronischen Szene hatte Fresh allerdings nicht durch das Auflegen, sondern durch die damalige Clubnight Ära. Begeistert durch das Omen und Dorian Grey, begann er 1990 sich Equipment zuzulegen. Ab da begann seine große Liebe, für das Auflegen, und das damit verbundene Dj - Leben. Wie in einem perfekten Roman war es Liebe auf den ersten Blick und hält bis heute an. Mit der Zeit intensivierte er sein Engagement und arbeitete mit unzähligen internationalen und nationalen Dj’s zusammen - stets auf der Suche nach der besten Perfektion. Dieser Perfektionismus trug auch bald in seiner persönlichen Diskographie und Biographie Früchte. Dj Fresh kann sich mittlerweile Auftritte in Österreich, Spanien, Italien und anderen Ländern auf seine Fahne schreiben und veröffentlichte schon einige Releases. Unter anderem auf dem Label „Whist Records“ in Italien. Hierbei arbeitete er mit Thomas Elder, der auf seinen ersten zwei EP’s die Remixe zusteuerte, zusammen. Seine zweite EP wurde unter anderem von Someone Else, Gregor Tresher, Agary und weiteren supported. frequenzbooking.de/Frequenzbooking/FREQUENZ_BOOKING.html soundcloud.com/dj-freshffm facebook.com/NickWurzer.DjFresh?sk=info facebook.com/djfreshffm facebook.com/FrequenzBooking Franzis-D Francisco Manuel Díaz Estevez was born in the year 1981 in Madrid (Spain). As a big lover of the electronic dance music since it's beginnings he started his career as a dj back in the year 1999, focusing his work firstly in the genre considered as Techno, evolving with the years and with the development of music to the Prgressive house, genre which defines nowadays his productions and the different sets he carefully elaborates for different web pages and forums such as: Progressivehouse.com, E-vizio.com, his residency in Beattunes.com which consists of a set monthly, and the usual requests he receives from friends managing radio shows from all around the world as a special guest. In the year 2008 his interests flew towards te production world with the guidance of important producers he already knew by then, always trying to maintaine that dark sound that marked him, but using oftenly more relaxing or deep sounds in order to not enclose himself in a determined brand. In the year 2009 looking for new ways as always Francisco uses a new library of sounds which he defines as more "electronic and unconventional" to produce his new tracks leading to a work that could fit into an "Experimental progressive". In the other hand his sets and his image as a dj has improved strongly using more specific music based in a deep, melodic and atmospheric feeling. Through 2009 he also gets a new residency thanks to his classy work in the radio station InsomniaFm.com He continues with the same way to mix in year 2010, however the Franzis-D name used for his productions is best known in the industry thanks to the improvement of the quality of his proyect and remixes. Signing with the American Polytechnic Recordings label, his first album includes 12 original tracks for the next year and he collaborates with other important labels like Liquid Groove, Green Snake Records, 7 Seas Records, Area Sur Records, Distant Records, Elliptical Sun Recordings, Mistiquemusic, Deepsessions Recordings, Underground City Music, Insomniafm Records and LuPS Records. http://www.beatport.com/search?perPage=100&sortBy=publishDate%2BDESC%2C%2BreleaseId%2BDESC&facets[0]=fieldType%3Atrack&query=Franzis-D&sourceType=sushi http://soundcloud.com/franzis-d http://www.wix.com/franzisd/franzis-d https://twitter.com/#!/FranzisD https://www.facebook.com/pages/Franzis-D/205558299508470?sk=wall http://www.myspace.com/djfranciscodiaz http://www.mixcloud.com/FranzisD/


18. Stanisha and Nick Wurzer - 300 Bites (John Ov3rblast Remix)

  • Published: 2012-05-28T13:26:08+00:00
  • Duration: 217
  • By John Ov3rblast
Stanisha and Nick Wurzer - 300 Bites (John Ov3rblast Remix)

http://www.beatport.com/release/300-bites/911646 amazon.com/s/ref=ntt_srch_drd_B0081M2MUU?ie=UTF8&field-keywords=Stanisha%20%26%20Nick%20Wurzer&index=digital-music&search-type=ss junodownload.com/products/300-bites/1965362-02/ SPO 010 Stanisha and Nick Wurzer - 300 Bites Includes remix from Acensor, Artur Reimer, Franzis-D, John Ov3rblast. Release Date May 30 2012 Our label releases each month the most underground soundscapes in more than 120 different digital stores around the globe ,from deep tech,dub techno,deep prog and everything that moves in the deeper side of the sound. Music is our only destination,Our mission,stay in orbeat round planet sound. junodownload.com/labels/Spacealorbeats/releases/ trackitdown.net/search/keyword?q=spaceal+orbeats+records beatport.com/label/spaceal-orbeats-records/23917 residentadvisor.net/profile/spacealorbeats spacealorbeats.tumblr.com/ mixcloud.com/Spacealorbeats/ wix.com/over1475/spacealorbeats#! myspace.com/spacealorbeatsrecords facebook.com/JohnOv3rblast soundcloud.com/spacealorbeats For contact with us use our dropbox and the follow email:[email protected] Our next release comes from the well known producer from Serbia, Stanisha and from Germany, Nick Wurzer when progressive house meets techno 300 Bites EP comes out. Includes brilliant remixes from the Franzis D, Acensor, Artur Reimer and John Ov3rblast The whole release is made for the big rooms wide techno soundscapes, brutal drum loops and spacey backgrounds. If you are feeling free when you dance then this is a one way ticket for your progressive tech paradise, put the volume up and get into orbit. We love space, don't you? Staniša Krstic Staniša Krstic is Serbian electronic music producer and DJ also known as Stanisha. His extensive production work,have helped established him as one of the fastest rising stars within the dance music community. With big experience in music production he was playing experimental electronic music from 1995 with band Bioplasma. From 2000 he change his style in to deep dark progressive... His productions has been internationally supported by many of the world’s leading tastemakers. Stanisha is known for energetic and deep sound. His songs are mysterious and emotional. stanisha.weebly.com/ soundcloud.com/stanisha facebook.com/pages/Stanisha/123788457706707 myspace.com/stanishaproducerdj residentadvisor.net/profile/stanisha Nick Wurzer Dj Fresh nennt sich der in Frankfurt am Main geborene 34-jährige Nick Wurzer. Sein Style-Repertoire erstreckt sich von Progressiv House über Minimal & Techno und zu allem was wie ‘ne Bombe einschlägt. Das ergibt, kombiniert mit feinsten treibenden Beats auf höchstem Niveau, ein Soundangebot erster Güte und ließ schon so manches Kinn vor Begeisterung den Boden unter den Füßen weggleiten. Ein Grund für seine immer partytauglichen Sounds ist mit Sicherheit sein eigener Hang zum musikalischen Überschwang: Fresh ist eine absolut erfahrene Partysau und weiß daher immer, was er auch dem müdesten Publikum um die Ohren hauen muss, um es zum Kochen zu bringen. Auf der anderen Seite ist er sich seiner Verantwortung als Dj gegenüber seinem Publikum bewusst und strebt bei jeder Gelegenheit die perfekte Show an. Dieses Verantwortungsbewusstsein, eben nur Soundmenüs erster Klasse aufzutischen, steht ihm bei jedem Auftritt ins Gesicht geschrieben. Seinen ersten Kontakt mit der elektronischen Szene hatte Fresh allerdings nicht durch das Auflegen, sondern durch die damalige Clubnight Ära. Begeistert durch das Omen und Dorian Grey, begann er 1990 sich Equipment zuzulegen. Ab da begann seine große Liebe, für das Auflegen, und das damit verbundene Dj - Leben. Wie in einem perfekten Roman war es Liebe auf den ersten Blick und hält bis heute an. Mit der Zeit intensivierte er sein Engagement und arbeitete mit unzähligen internationalen und nationalen Dj’s zusammen - stets auf der Suche nach der besten Perfektion. Dieser Perfektionismus trug auch bald in seiner persönlichen Diskographie und Biographie Früchte. Dj Fresh kann sich mittlerweile Auftritte in Österreich, Spanien, Italien und anderen Ländern auf seine Fahne schreiben und veröffentlichte schon einige Releases. Unter anderem auf dem Label „Whist Records“ in Italien. Hierbei arbeitete er mit Thomas Elder, der auf seinen ersten zwei EP’s die Remixe zusteuerte, zusammen. Seine zweite EP wurde unter anderem von Someone Else, Gregor Tresher, Agary und weiteren supported. frequenzbooking.de/Frequenzbooking/FREQUENZ_BOOKING.html soundcloud.com/dj-freshffm facebook.com/NickWurzer.DjFresh?sk=info facebook.com/djfreshffm facebook.com/FrequenzBooking John Ov3rblast In the age of 8th he experienced the soundscapes of Jean Michel Jarre,Vangelis from the vinyls of his father. Then later at the early age of 15 he started going out in the rave parties outside of the city borders of Athens where he discovered the rave culture and clubbing and spend there many years. Started composing tracks using personal computers commodore, Amiga just for the fun of it. Using the turntables of a friend he started mixing his favorite flavors from the Detroit scene and taking part in private parties. His personal soundscapes is a mixture of ambient cinematic, twisted tech, deep dubby and spacey atmosphere, trying always to live a new experience through sound , a new hybrid ''Deeptech Spacedrone''. His first release came out from Mac Trax Netlabel on 2010 together with his 2 hour weekly live set on Mac-Trax webradio. Next step was the Spaceal Orbeats webradio which gave him the experience to organize the weekly shows and collaborate with more than 22 producers around the world .The webradio transformed in an independent digital Label on 2011 with Cristal Interspace and so far he is expanding his knowledge and his sound pallet in each new release. Now days also he is organizing parties under the name of Spaceal Orbeats which already have hosted Kintar, Damaged Man, Ozgur Ozkan, Asty Tekk to name a few in Athens. Tune each 4th Thursday of the month on www.insomniafm.com for his monthly InOrbeat show http://www.insomniafm.com/artists/2023-john-ov3rblast.html http://www.beatport.com/search?query=John%20Ov3rblast&facets[]=fieldType:release http://www.junodownload.com/search/?quick_search_download=all&q=+Ov3rblas... https://www.facebook.com/JohnOv3rblast https://www.facebook.com/ov3rblast http://soundcloud.com/ov3rblast https://twitter.com/#!/overblast http://www.myspace.com/0v3rblast http://www.indabamusic.com/people/ov3rblast http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/ov3rblast http://ov3rblast.bandcamp.com/ http://www.mixcloud.com/ov3rblast http://ov3rblast.tumblr.com/ http://www.reverbnation.com/ov3rblast http://www.youtube.com/user/ov3rblast?feature=mhum https://www.facebook.com/SpacealOrbeatsRecords http://soundcloud.com/groups/spaceal-orbeats-records


19. Stanisha and Nick Wurzer - 300 Bites (Artur Reimer Remix)

  • Published: 2012-05-28T13:26:08+00:00
  • Duration: 217
  • By John Ov3rblast
Stanisha and Nick Wurzer - 300 Bites (Artur Reimer Remix)

http://www.beatport.com/release/300-bites/911646 amazon.com/s/ref=ntt_srch_drd_B0081M2MUU?ie=UTF8&field-keywords=Stanisha%20%26%20Nick%20Wurzer&index=digital-music&search-type=ss junodownload.com/products/300-bites/1965362-02/ SPO 010 Stanisha and Nick Wurzer - 300 Bites Includes remix from Acensor, Artur Reimer, Franzis-D, John Ov3rblast. Release Date May 30 2012 Our label releases each month the most underground soundscapes in more than 120 different digital stores around the globe ,from deep tech,dub techno,deep prog and everything that moves in the deeper side of the sound. Music is our only destination,Our mission,stay in orbeat round planet sound. junodownload.com/labels/Spacealorbeats/releases/ trackitdown.net/search/keyword?q=spaceal+orbeats+records beatport.com/label/spaceal-orbeats-records/23917 residentadvisor.net/profile/spacealorbeats spacealorbeats.tumblr.com/ mixcloud.com/Spacealorbeats/ wix.com/over1475/spacealorbeats#! myspace.com/spacealorbeatsrecords facebook.com/JohnOv3rblast soundcloud.com/spacealorbeats For contact with us use our dropbox and the follow email:[email protected] Our next release comes from the well known producer from Serbia, Stanisha and from Germany, Nick Wurzer when progressive house meets techno 300 Bites EP comes out. Includes brilliant remixes from the Franzis D, Acensor, Artur Reimer and John Ov3rblast The whole release is made for the big rooms wide techno soundscapes, brutal drum loops and spacey backgrounds. If you are feeling free when you dance then this is a one way ticket for your progressive tech paradise, put the volume up and get into orbit. We love space, don't you? Staniša Krstic is Serbian electronic music producer and DJ also known as Stanisha. His extensive production work,have helped established him as one of the fastest rising stars within the dance music community. With big experience in music production he was playing experimental electronic music from 1995 with band Bioplasma. From 2000 he change his style in to deep dark progressive... His productions has been internationally supported by many of the world’s leading tastemakers. Stanisha is known for energetic and deep sound. His songs are mysterious and emotional. stanisha.weebly.com/ soundcloud.com/stanisha facebook.com/pages/Stanisha/123788457706707 myspace.com/stanishaproducerdj residentadvisor.net/profile/stanisha Nick Wurzer Dj Fresh nennt sich der in Frankfurt am Main geborene 34-jährige Nick Wurzer. Sein Style-Repertoire erstreckt sich von Progressiv House über Minimal & Techno und zu allem was wie ‘ne Bombe einschlägt. Das ergibt, kombiniert mit feinsten treibenden Beats auf höchstem Niveau, ein Soundangebot erster Güte und ließ schon so manches Kinn vor Begeisterung den Boden unter den Füßen weggleiten. Ein Grund für seine immer partytauglichen Sounds ist mit Sicherheit sein eigener Hang zum musikalischen Überschwang: Fresh ist eine absolut erfahrene Partysau und weiß daher immer, was er auch dem müdesten Publikum um die Ohren hauen muss, um es zum Kochen zu bringen. Auf der anderen Seite ist er sich seiner Verantwortung als Dj gegenüber seinem Publikum bewusst und strebt bei jeder Gelegenheit die perfekte Show an. Dieses Verantwortungsbewusstsein, eben nur Soundmenüs erster Klasse aufzutischen, steht ihm bei jedem Auftritt ins Gesicht geschrieben. Seinen ersten Kontakt mit der elektronischen Szene hatte Fresh allerdings nicht durch das Auflegen, sondern durch die damalige Clubnight Ära. Begeistert durch das Omen und Dorian Grey, begann er 1990 sich Equipment zuzulegen. Ab da begann seine große Liebe, für das Auflegen, und das damit verbundene Dj - Leben. Wie in einem perfekten Roman war es Liebe auf den ersten Blick und hält bis heute an. Mit der Zeit intensivierte er sein Engagement und arbeitete mit unzähligen internationalen und nationalen Dj’s zusammen - stets auf der Suche nach der besten Perfektion. Dieser Perfektionismus trug auch bald in seiner persönlichen Diskographie und Biographie Früchte. Dj Fresh kann sich mittlerweile Auftritte in Österreich, Spanien, Italien und anderen Ländern auf seine Fahne schreiben und veröffentlichte schon einige Releases. Unter anderem auf dem Label „Whist Records“ in Italien. Hierbei arbeitete er mit Thomas Elder, der auf seinen ersten zwei EP’s die Remixe zusteuerte, zusammen. Seine zweite EP wurde unter anderem von Someone Else, Gregor Tresher, Agary und weiteren supported. frequenzbooking.de/Frequenzbooking/FREQUENZ_BOOKING.html soundcloud.com/dj-freshffm facebook.com/NickWurzer.DjFresh?sk=info facebook.com/djfreshffm facebook.com/FrequenzBooking Artur Reimer http://soundcloud.com/artur-reimer http://www.myspace.com/arturr https://www.facebook.com/artur.reimer https://www.facebook.com/pages/Artur-Reimer/63950876602?sk=wall.


20. Stanisha and Nick Wurzer - 300 Bites (Original Mix)

  • Published: 2012-05-27T11:58:33+00:00
  • Duration: 217
  • By John Ov3rblast
Stanisha and  Nick Wurzer - 300 Bites (Original Mix)

http://www.beatport.com/release/300-bites/911646 http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=ntt_srch_drd_B0081M2MUU?ie=UTF8&field-keywords=Stanisha%20%26%20Nick%20Wurzer&index=digital-music&search-type=ss http://www.junodownload.com/products/300-bites/1965362-02/ SPO 010 Stanisha and Nick Wurzer - 300 Bites Includes remix from Acensor, Artur Reimer, Franzis-D, John Ov3rblast. Release Date May 30 2012 Our label releases each month the most underground soundscapes in more than 120 different digital stores around the globe ,from deep tech,dub techno,deep prog and everything that moves in the deeper side of the sound. Music is our only destination,Our mission,stay in orbeat round planet sound. junodownload.com/labels/Spacealorbeats/releases/ trackitdown.net/search/keyword?q=spaceal+orbeats+records beatport.com/label/spaceal-orbeats-records/23917 residentadvisor.net/profile/spacealorbeats spacealorbeats.tumblr.com/ mixcloud.com/Spacealorbeats/ wix.com/over1475/spacealorbeats#! myspace.com/spacealorbeatsrecords facebook.com/JohnOv3rblast soundcloud.com/spacealorbeats For contact with us use our dropbox and the follow email:[email protected] Our next release comes from the well known producer from Serbia, Stanisha and from Germany, Nick Wurzer when progressive house meets techno 300 Bites EP comes out. Includes brilliant remixes from the Franzis D, Acensor, Artur Reimer and John Ov3rblast The whole release is made for the big rooms wide techno soundscapes, brutal drum loops and spacey backgrounds. If you are feeling free when you dance then this is a one way ticket for your progressive tech paradise, put the volume up and get into orbit. We love space, don't you? Staniša Krstic is Serbian electronic music producer and DJ also known as Stanisha. His extensive production work,have helped established him as one of the fastest rising stars within the dance music community. With big experience in music production he was playing experimental electronic music from 1995 with band Bioplasma. From 2000 he change his style in to deep dark progressive... His productions has been internationally supported by many of the world’s leading tastemakers. Stanisha is known for energetic and deep sound. His songs are mysterious and emotional. http://stanisha.weebly.com/ http://soundcloud.com/stanisha https://www.facebook.com/pages/Stanisha/123788457706707 http://www.myspace.com/stanishaproducerdj http://www.residentadvisor.net/profile/stanisha Nick Wurzer Dj Fresh nennt sich der in Frankfurt am Main geborene 34-jährige Nick Wurzer. Sein Style-Repertoire erstreckt sich von Progressiv House über Minimal & Techno und zu allem was wie ‘ne Bombe einschlägt. Das ergibt, kombiniert mit feinsten treibenden Beats auf höchstem Niveau, ein Soundangebot erster Güte und ließ schon so manches Kinn vor Begeisterung den Boden unter den Füßen weggleiten. Ein Grund für seine immer partytauglichen Sounds ist mit Sicherheit sein eigener Hang zum musikalischen Überschwang: Fresh ist eine absolut erfahrene Partysau und weiß daher immer, was er auch dem müdesten Publikum um die Ohren hauen muss, um es zum Kochen zu bringen. Auf der anderen Seite ist er sich seiner Verantwortung als Dj gegenüber seinem Publikum bewusst und strebt bei jeder Gelegenheit die perfekte Show an. Dieses Verantwortungsbewusstsein, eben nur Soundmenüs erster Klasse aufzutischen, steht ihm bei jedem Auftritt ins Gesicht geschrieben. Seinen ersten Kontakt mit der elektronischen Szene hatte Fresh allerdings nicht durch das Auflegen, sondern durch die damalige Clubnight Ära. Begeistert durch das Omen und Dorian Grey, begann er 1990 sich Equipment zuzulegen. Ab da begann seine große Liebe, für das Auflegen, und das damit verbundene Dj - Leben. Wie in einem perfekten Roman war es Liebe auf den ersten Blick und hält bis heute an. Mit der Zeit intensivierte er sein Engagement und arbeitete mit unzähligen internationalen und nationalen Dj’s zusammen - stets auf der Suche nach der besten Perfektion. Dieser Perfektionismus trug auch bald in seiner persönlichen Diskographie und Biographie Früchte. Dj Fresh kann sich mittlerweile Auftritte in Österreich, Spanien, Italien und anderen Ländern auf seine Fahne schreiben und veröffentlichte schon einige Releases. Unter anderem auf dem Label „Whist Records“ in Italien. Hierbei arbeitete er mit Thomas Elder, der auf seinen ersten zwei EP’s die Remixe zusteuerte, zusammen. Seine zweite EP wurde unter anderem von Someone Else, Gregor Tresher, Agary und weiteren supported. http://frequenzbooking.de/Frequenzbooking/FREQUENZ_BOOKING.html http://soundcloud.com/dj-freshffm https://www.facebook.com/NickWurzer.DjFresh?sk=info https://www.facebook.com/djfreshffm https://www.facebook.com/FrequenzBooking