Powerful lyrics! There are no signs of things improving in Tripoli unfortunately.
I know that there are a lot of Pink Floyd fans in Lebanon, including myself, so here’s your chance to attend the world’s greatest Pink Floyd show that’s taking place on Saturday December 21st 2013 at the Forum De Beyrouth. The P-U-L-S-E 2013 will be Brit Floyd’s biggest show yet and is inspired by the record breaking 1994 ‘Division Bell’ Tour and including the trademark Pink Floyd arch and circle light show.
All you have to do is the following:
1- Like BlogBaladi’s Facebook Page.
2- Leave a comment on the blog post with your favorite Pink Floyd song.
5 people will win 2 standing tickets and two lucky winners will get 4 Golden Circle Tickets. The competition ends tomorrow at midnight.
Update: Competition extended till Thursday Noon.
NB: You need to put your proper email in the email field while commenting since winner will be contacted by email. You can only comment once, anyone caught commenting more than once will get disqualified.
The song says a lot about the current situation in several countries in the Middle East.
PS: Lyrics written by Anas Arabi and Koos and the beat produced by Anas Arabi
Roadie Tuner is a device created by Lebanese entrepreneurs (Bassam Jalgha and Hassane Slaibi) and manufactured in China. The device is fixed on a guitar’s tuning knob and using bluetooth technology, the guitarist can read on his smartphone the sound as a string is plucked. According to Jalgha, “it is three times more accurate than what the human ear can distinguish in terms of frequency.”
The Roadie Tuner app is already available on iOS and the device will sell for $79 on their Kickstarter platform, and $69 for earlybirds, and should be delivered in six months.
If you are interested in reading more about it, check it out [Here].
Best of luck to both Bassam and Hassane!
Designed for guitars, or any similar stringed instrument, the handheld tuner works by fixing to a guitar’s tuning knob. Using Bluetooth technology, a user’s smartphone reads the sound as a string is plucked and the device’s motor turns the knob to the right tuning, which, Jalgha explains, is “three times more accurate than what the human ear can distinguish in terms of frequency.
The team will spend the next few months in the U.S. demonstrating the product at tradeshows – including CES in Las Vegas and The NAMM Show – and pitching in Silicon Valley, before returning to build their company between Lebanon and China. They are also currently securing new distribution channels and retail partners in the U.S.