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Keyboard with 61 keys. The Seaboard GRAND is a radically new musical instrument that reimagines the piano keyboard as a soft, continuous surface and puts expression back at your fingertips. For centuries, keyboardists have been forced to accept the velocity of their key strikes marking the end of that note's expressive potential. With the Seaboard GRAND, however, this interaction is merely the beginning. Intuitive gestures such as presses, bends and slides open new avenues to musical expression. Continuous touch enables you to sound a note and then take it on a musical journey; modulating volume and timbre through one continuous motion. The Seaboard GRAND's keywaves offer precise tactile feedback, making it easy to sense the slightest change in pressure, resulting in a far more organic experience than traditional aftertouch. Adjusting pitch is as natural on the Seaboard GRAND as it is on a stringed instrument. Slide a finger to the left to lower the pitch of a note; slide it to the right to raise it. The smooth feel of the playing surface lets you easily glide from one keywave to the next, or apply a natural vibrato to any note. Unique, low-friction ribbons run along both the top and the bottom of the Seaboard GRAND's playing surface. They make it easy to start playing one keywave, then slide to any other keywave you choose in one fluid gesture, even allowing multiple notes to glissando independently at the same time. The SoundDial is the only control you will need to adjust the sound of the Seaboard GRAND. Shift between sound presets using the continuous rotary control, while the subtle LED ring shows you exactly which preset is currently being played. Equator is a full-featured audio engine, designed specifically for the Seaboard's multidimensional control. Every Seaboard GRAND ships ready to run Equator on-board: just plug in a pair of headphones or an amplifier and you'll be ready to go. Tracktion Waveform, the newest and most advanced digital audio workstation from Tracktion, is now included with all Seaboards. The Seaboard was invented and developed in London, and the company is proud to be making each unit right in London too. Roli assemble and test each Seaboard GRAND in their Dalston studio, enabling them to care passionately for each detail and ensure the quality of every instrument they make.
This puzzle features some of the greatest places to stay and visit in New England. Artwork by Ernest Brown. This 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle measures 24" x 30" when complete. For ages 13 and up.
UPC: 724819253500
White Mountain Puzzles
With this volume, Alan Taylor challenges the traditional story of colonial history by examining the many cultures that helped make America. Transcending the usual Anglocentric version of our colonial past, he recovers the importance of Native American tribes, African slaves, and the rival empires of France, Spain, the Netherlands, and even Russia in the colonization of North America. Moving beyond the Atlantic seaboard to examine the entire continent, "American Colonies" reveals a pivotal period in the global interaction of peoples, cultures, plants, animals, and microbes. In a vivid narrative, Taylor draws upon cutting-edge scholarship to create a timely picture of the colonial world characterized by an interplay of freedom and slavery, opportunity and loss. "Compelling, readable, and fresh, "American Colonies" is perhaps the most brilliant piece of synthesis in recent American historical writing." (Phillip J. Deloria, associate professor of history and American culture, University of Michigan)
ISBN: 0-14-200210-0
The famous General Electric ‘U-Boat’ comes to Train Simulator in two distinctive Seaboard liveries. General Electric introduced its “Universal Series” diesel road-switchers in 1959, and over the following two decades more than 3,500 “U-Boats” - as the locomotives were nicknamed – were constructed. The final and most powerful four-axle (B-B) model in GE’s U-Boat line was the 3,600-horsepower U36B built from 1969 through 1974.Constructed primarily for the Seaboard Coast Line.
Dovetail Games
Author Name: Bryce Hach Publisher: Seaboard Press Publishing Date: July 15, 2009
By Tom Gerou. For Piano. Piano Suite; Piano Supplemental. Recital Suite Series. Form: Suite. Recital. Late Intermediate. Sheet. 12 pages. Published by Alfred Music Publishing
UPC: 038081343938
Alfred Music Publishing P/N: 31914
America has been “discovered” a few times the last millennia, starting with Norsemen coming across Newfoundland around 986 A. D. Almost 500 years later, Joao Vaz Core-Real probably also reached Newfoundland. Of course, Columbus reached the “new world” further south in 1492, launching the colonization of America. Now it’s your turn to discover the eastern seaboard of America, from Halifax in Canada to Miami in south. The Maine voyage of discovery Maine is New England at its most iconic. The sea looms large here, with mile upon mile of jagged sea cliffs, peaceful harbors and pebbled beaches. It is truly more than just lobsters, lighthouses and picturesque ports. To see what this part of the coast is all about, we visit Bar Harbor, Bucksport and Rockland to take a close look at their small town charm and a national park with mountains, lakes, forests and gorgeous coastal landscape. Big city life Boston is next, and you have time to discover some of the must-see sites and charming cobbled streets. There’s history and culture around every bend in Boston. Skyscrapers nestle next to historic houses in this city that manages to blend past and present in an artful and welcoming way. Then it is time to find some peace and quiet in Newport, where you can enjoy walks along the cliffs and lovely architecture. After a day at sea, we sail past the Statue of Liberty and into New York. Here you spend two days exploring The Big Apple and it’s endless sights, attractions, culture, food and energy. Then we sail even further south to experience southern charm, history and a rich way of life in Charleston. As we reach Miami we end a journey covering 1400 nautical miles of the American east coast.
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