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<p>Twitter: @Kazstarbran Email: starbrankaz@gmail.com Facebook: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/KazStarBranded">https://www.facebook.com/KazStarBranded</a> Beat Maker: Rodpaige Video Director: 800madeit.com</p>

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I'm Yours - Jason Mraz Cover by Amber Wilsonhttp://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1568/im-yours-jason-mraz-cover-by-amber-wilson-1/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1568/im-yours-jason-mraz-cover-by-amber-wilson-1/

<p>Regional Final Performance from Teenstar Singing Competition</p>

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Date: 2013-04-28


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Amber Wilson - I'm Yours (Jason Mraz Coverhttp://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1567/amber-wilson-im-yours-jason-mraz-cover-1/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1567/amber-wilson-im-yours-jason-mraz-cover-1/

<p>Performance from Live Regional Finals in Newcastle from Teenstar Singing Competition</p>

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Date: 2013-04-28


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All In My Head - Tori Kelly (cover)http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1565/all-in-my-head-tori-kelly-cover/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1565/all-in-my-head-tori-kelly-cover/

<p>Cover of the great Tori Kelly acoustic song, "All in my head"</p>

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Tags: Tori, kelly, all, in, my, head, brenden, foster, musicbybrenden, singing, vocal, vocalist, osa, music, guitar, voice, male, guy, singer
Date: 2013-04-15


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The Jester- Tyra Ray (original)http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1555/the-jester-tyra-ray-original/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1555/the-jester-tyra-ray-original/

<p>Hello! This is a song I just uploaded on youtube! Wrote when I was 16 </p>

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Tags: original, song, cover, young, musician, mumford, and, sons, folk
Date: 2012-09-18


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Freeky Cleen - Used To Love Her (Live)http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1554/freeky-cleen-used-to-love-her-live/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1554/freeky-cleen-used-to-love-her-live/

<p>a bues rock tune performed live at a festival</p>

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Tags: freeky, cleen, blues, rock, acoustic, electric, guitar, live, gig, performance, old, school, roll
Date: 2012-08-22


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How the Body Works : The Organ of Cortihttp://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1553/how-the-body-works-the-organ-of-corti/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1553/how-the-body-works-the-organ-of-corti/

The Organ of Corti Situated in the spiral-shaped cochlea of the inner ear is the organ of Corti. Only one inch long if uncoiled, it bears about twenty-five thousand sound receptor cells with hairlike projections arranged in rows on the basilar membrane. The tips of the receptors are fixed in a gelatinous tectorial membrane. As the basilar membrane vibrates, the hairs press against the tectorial membrane and are stimulated. The membrane vibrates because the fluid waves created in the cochlea, initiate a traveling wave within it. Receptor cells in the membrane become stimulated at and around points of maximum amplitude that are determined by the sound frequency. The greater the amplitude of the wave, the louder the noise that is heard. Impulses are then generated in some of the thirty thousand nerve fibers which lead to the auditory cortex of the brain.

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Date: 2012-07-28


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physiology of hearing.wmvhttp://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1552/physiology-of-hearingwmv/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1552/physiology-of-hearingwmv/

www.gims-org.com

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Tags: medicine, physiology, ear, of, hearing, perception, sound, trandsduction
Date: 2012-07-28


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Cochlear animationhttp://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1551/cochlear-animation/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1551/cochlear-animation/

This animation may be used, copied, and distributed, without modification and with the foregoing copyright notice included, for non-commercial scientific or educational purposes only; any other use requires the written permission of Howard Hughes Medical Institute (contact bricken@hhmi.org).

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Tags: Sensory, Neurobiology, hearing, cochlear, membrane
Date: 2012-07-28


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Anatomy of the Ear and Physiology of Hearing (basics).wmvhttp://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1550/anatomy-of-the-ear-and-physiology-of-hearing-basicswmv/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1550/anatomy-of-the-ear-and-physiology-of-hearing-basicswmv/

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Tags: anatomy, physiology, ear, bone, biology, neuro, nervous, system, neurophysiology, cochlea, auricle, vertigo, action, potential, neuroanatomy, sensory
Date: 2012-07-28


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Human Ear Anatomy and Physiology: How an Ear Workshttp://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1549/human-ear-anatomy-and-physiology-how-an-ear-works/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1549/human-ear-anatomy-and-physiology-how-an-ear-works/

This 1940s old as dirt med school classic video describes how humans hear sound and how the human ear works. The video covers the anatomy and physiology of the ear and discusses the outer ear, the middle ear and the inner ear. Other topics include the eardrum (tympanic membrane), hammer (malleus), anvil (incus), stirrup (stapes), organ of corti, and the cochlea. Included in the video is a labeled diagram showing the parts of the human ear. This is excellent information for managers who have workers exposed to high levels of noise that could potentially damage hearing.

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Tags: ears, organ, hearing, hear, noise, sounds, waves, nerves, impulses, medical, nursing, health, hygiene
Date: 2012-07-28


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How the ear works part 2http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1548/how-the-ear-works-part-2/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1548/how-the-ear-works-part-2/

part 2

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Date: 2012-07-28


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Brain conducts a neural orchestra, Rate My Sciencehttp://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1547/brain-conducts-a-neural-orchestra,-rate-my-science/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1547/brain-conducts-a-neural-orchestra,-rate-my-science/

http://ratemyscience.com/ Publish your projects or ideas at Rate My Science Hair cells are columnar cells, each with a bundle of 100-200 specialized cilia at the top, for which they are named. There are two types of hair cells. Inner hair cells are the mechanoreceptors for hearing: they transduce the vibration of sound into electrical activity in nerve fibers, which is transmitted to the brain. Outer hair cells are a motor structure. Sound energy causes changes in the shape of these cells, which serves to amplify sound vibrations in a frequency specific manner. Afferent neurons innervate cochlear inner hair cells, at synapses where the neurotransmitter glutamate communicates signals from the hair cells to the dendrites of the primary auditory neurons. The primary auditory cortex is the first region of cerebral cortex to receive auditory input. Perception of sound is associated with the left posterior superior temporal gyrus. The superior temporal gyrus contains several important structures of the brain, including Brodmann areas 41 and 42, marking the location of the primary auditory cortex, the cortical region responsible for the sensation of basic characteristics of sound such as pitch and rhythm. http://ratemyscience.com/ As a teacher, you and your students can use Rate My Science to deposit and rate projects

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Date: 2012-07-28


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Analog Sound Transduction [LE]http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1546/analog-sound-transduction-le/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1546/analog-sound-transduction-le/

Elaborate demo from the Assembly '07 conference--working on an oscilloscope.

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Date: 2012-07-28


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How the Ear Workshttp://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1545/how-the-ear-works/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1545/how-the-ear-works/

A video I made for my anatomy class : )

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Date: 2012-07-28


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Auditory Processing Disorder - hearing and processinghttp://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1544/auditory-processing-disorder-hearing-and-processing/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1544/auditory-processing-disorder-hearing-and-processing/

Get the iBook for iPad on Auditory Processing Disorder http://itunes.apple.com/au/book/auditory-processing-disorder/id519097565?mt=1... Video interviews and transcripts with specialist, Devon Barnes. Get help with Auditory Processing Disorder http://learning.fastforword.com.au/APD-youtube Clinical director Devon Barnes begins the discussion on Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) by explaining the difference between hearing and processing. What is auditory processing disorder? What's going on when the brain does the processing, and where is it happening in the brain?

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Date: 2012-07-28


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HEARING & Balancehttp://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1543/hearing-balance/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1543/hearing-balance/

Both hearing and balance occur within the ear. In hearing, sound waves pass from the outer ear into the auditory canal. They strike the eardrum, making it vibrate. These vibrations travel to the middle ear, setting into motion three tiny bones: the hammer, anvil, and stirrup. The vibrations continue through the cochlea and deep into the inner ear, which contain a fluid reservoir. As fluid ripples across membranes, it stirs tiny hairs connected to nerve endings. The stimulated nerve endings carry impulses into the brain where they are interpreted as sound. Also located in the inner ear is the equilibrium, or balance center. The center sends continuous messages about the body's position to the brain. This information helps us maintain balance.

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Hearing Loss: Testing and Hearing Aids : Parts of the Auditory Systemhttp://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1542/hearing-loss-testing-and-hearing-aids-parts-of-the-auditory-system/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1542/hearing-loss-testing-and-hearing-aids-parts-of-the-auditory-system/

The auditory system has three parts: the outer, middle and inner ear. Learn about hearing loss, hearing tests and hearing aids from a professional audiologist in this free health video. Expert: M.J. DeSousa Contact: www.listenupcanada.com Bio: M.J. DeSousa is Chief Audiologist and one of the founders of ListenUP! and is responsible for staffing and clinical practices, including all Audiology. Filmmaker: Kevin Fletcher

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How the Body Works : The Auditory Pathwayshttp://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1541/how-the-body-works-the-auditory-pathways/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1541/how-the-body-works-the-auditory-pathways/

The Auditory Pathways The auditory center, in the brain, shown above in red, is concerned with hearing. Although shown here on the outer surface of the brain, most of this area lies within the temporal lobes and is found within the surface of the cerebral cortex on both sides of the brain. The auditory pathways begin in the nerve fibers of the organ of Corti in the inner ear, where sound waves are converted to nerve impulses. These impulses travel in the auditory nerve to the auditory cortex of the brain. During their passage to the auditory center, some of the auditory nerve fibers cross in the brain stem. This results in the sound which enters one ear passing to both cortices. The impulses are relayed in the lateral lemnisci and from there, via the medial geniculate nuclei, to the auditory cortices in the temporal lobes of the brain, where sound is perceived.

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Auditory Transduction (2002)http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1540/auditory-transduction-2002/http://www.vocalistonline.com/view/1540/auditory-transduction-2002/

This 7-minute video by Brandon Pletsch takes viewers on a step-by-step voyage through the inside of the ear, to the acoustic accompaniment of classical music. Pletsch, a former medical illustration student at the Medical College of Georgia, first built a physical ear model and mapped which frequency ranges hit which parts of the inner ear. He then created digital renderings of each part of the hearing pathway using several software packages. A narrator describes how the sound waves travel through each portion of the ear, and how hair cells translate the vibrations they induce into nerve impulses.

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Date: 2012-07-28


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