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  • Authors: Calderón-Cerrato, Beatriz; González-Pérez, César; Vuelta-Santín, Rubén;

    El proyecto ACME se centra en el análisis argumental, conceptual y agencial de los discursos de diferentes agentes involucrados en cinco casos de estudio sobre patrimonio cultural en España: Mansilla de la Sierra (La Rioja), presentado en este vídeo, el patrimonio inmediato de los jóvenes en el municipio de Ames (A Coruña), el Pont del Diable de Martorell (Baix Llobregat), el Pórtico de la Gloria de la catedral de Santiago de Compostela y la fábrica de vidrio de Trinidad en Sevilla. Los resultados permitirán esbozar políticas de gestión del patrimonio que presten una atención especial a estos agentes, a menudo olvidadas. Redes sociales del proyecto: Twitter (@patrimonio30) y blog: https://patrimonio3punto0.wordpress.com/ Proyecto PID2020-114758RB-I00 financiado por MCIN/ AEI /10.13039/501100011033. Realización de vídeo: Beatriz Calderón-Cerrato; Edición de vídeo: Rubén Vuelta-Santín; Producción: INCIPIT-CSIC. Peer reviewed

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  • Authors: López, Marissa;

    Picturing Mexican America (PMA) is a cluster of public facing, digital humanities projects that illuminate the history of nineteenth-century, Mexican Los Angeles. In collaboration with the Los Angeles Public Library, Professor López has built a mobile app, curated social media feeds, and collaborated with other public facing institutions in Los Angeles to circulate archival materials in the public sphere. In this talk Professor López will describe PMA's activities as well as the digital work and education necessary for her and her research team to bring these projects to fruition.

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  • Authors: Smilges, Logan;

    The value of visibility is contingent on a variable, embodyminded social currency. Being seen tends to benefit most the people whose bodies and minds adhere closest to norms structured by whiteness, cisnormativity, and abledness. In their interactive talk, J. Logan Smilges shows how queer and otherwise marginalized populations navigate the risks that subtend their precarious visibility. Centering their analysis on the dating app Grindr, Smilges introduces profile pictures as a digital site for rhetorical quieting--a strategy whereby users regulate how their bodyminds signify to people around them. As part of their talk, Smilges will offer an opportunity for attendees to evaluate how their own social media use is situated within a political matrix of presence and absence.

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    Authors: Vuelta-Santín, Rubén; Criado-Boado, Felipe; Armada, Xosé-Lois; Ferro Vázquez, María Cruz;

    Vídeo del Laboratorio de Arqueometría del Patrimonio (LAPa) del INCIPIT-CSIC. Plataforma científico-técnica para Paleoambiente, Arqueometría y Conservación del Patrimonio Cultural. La construcción del LAPa del INCIPIT-CSIC se realizó entre 2021 y 2023. Los agentes implicados en su proyecto de diseño y construcción fueron: Financiación: SGAOI (Secretaría General Adjunta de Obras e Infraestructuras del CSIC); Dirección facultativa: OTO (Oficina Técnica de Obras) de la SGAOI; Plan funcional y coordinación: Felipe Criado-Boado, Anxo Rodríguez-Paz, Lois Armada, Cruz Ferro, Joeri Kaal; Diseño general y mobiliario: ILD (Integrated Lab Design); Diseño instalaciones: MARAGAL Ingeniería S.L.; Mobiliario: ROMERO Muebles de Laboratorio; Extracción y Clima: GARABAL Instalaciones; Electricidad y electrónica: MAREI S.L.; Suministros electrónicos: ASIMOV; Iluminación: INSATEL; Obra civil: POLI COUSELO Construcción y Reforma; Vitrinas de gases y usos generales: WALDNER; Equipo de purificación de agua: METROHM; Agradecimiento personal a: Mari Carmen González Peñalver, Javier Arguedas, Manuel García, Juan Luis Castro, Carlin de Marei, Hipólito Couselo, Ricardo Herreruela, Cristina García Diego, Alberto Álvarez. Imagen y edición de vídeo: Rubén Vuelta-Santín; Revisión de textos: Felipe Criado-Boado, Xosé-Lois Armada, María Cruz Ferro Vázquez; Música: Icelandic Arpeggios - DivKid (YouTube Audio Library). Peer reviewed

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    Authors: Vuelta-Santín, Rubén; Incio del Río, Cristina; González Álvarez, David;

    Un grupo de investigadoras del INCIPIT-CSIC inició en agosto de 2023, en el municipio de Forcarei en Pontevedra, una segunda campaña arqueológica en la aldea perdida de Silvaescura, situada en los lindes entre el monte de Soutelo y el de Trasdomonte. Los trabajos de campo se desarrollaron con la arqueóloga e investigadora Cristina Incio del Río, del Instituto de Ciencias del Patrimonio (Incipit-CSIC), como directora de intervención. Las labores previstas incluyeron trabajos de fotointerpretación, vuelo con dron, prospección intensiva, prospección geofísica y sondeos valorativos manuales. El equipo científico inició un primer proyecto en la aldea de Silvaescura en agosto del 2022. La intervención llevada a cabo mostró el potencial arqueológico de esta aldea abandonada. Se realizaron excavaciones en los restos de dos edificaciones en las que se encontraron testimonios de la vida cotidiana de las familias campesinas que habitaron la aldea, fragmentos cerámicos de diferentes recipientes y vajilla, tejas, pesas de techo de colmo y fragmentos de potes metálicos de tres pies. Todo esto apunta a que se trata de antiguas viviendas ocupadas entre los siglos XVII o XIX, posible período de vida de la propia aldea. La nueva campaña tiene como objetivo determinar la extensión de la aldea y definir las viviendas que la compondrían. Para ello se utilizarán métodos no invasivos, como el uso de un gradiómetro en el entorno de las estructuras conocidas. Este aparato permite detectar muros enterrados donde luego se realizarán excavaciones arqueológicas. Todo ello permitirá saber más sobre la evolución, proceso constructivo y ocupación tanto de las viviendas conocidas hasta el momento como de otras que compondrían en su día la aldea de Silvaescura. La intervención está enmarcada en un programa de actuaciones más amplio centrado en el conocimiento sobre el poblamiento en la zona rural gallega en época moderna y contemporánea. Uno de los principales ejes de la investigación es el análisis del abandono y desaparición de estos pequeños núcleos de población, aldeas de las que solo se mantienen pequeños indicios y una memoria remota. Equipo científico: Directora de la intervención: Cristina-Incio-del-Río; Equipo arqueológico: Álvaro Falquina-Aparicio, Álvaro Moreno-Jiménez, Ángela Orosa-Queijo, David González-Álvarez, Fátima Rodríguez-Porto, Rafael Millán-Pascual, Rodrigo González-Camino, Vega Arribas-Greciano; Realización y edición de vídeo: Rubén Vuelta-Santín; Colabora: Concello de Forcarei; Música: Highway One - Steve Adams (YouTube Audio Library). Peer reviewed

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    Authors: Vuelta-Santín, Rubén; Criado-Boado, Felipe;

    The XSCAPE Team in Santiago de Compostela and its home institution INCIPIT-CSIC, have organised a Winter School, comprised of a series of four field sessions. XSCAPE and INCIPIT crew shared discussions and ideas about landscape, materiality and perceptual behavior. ERC-2020-SyG 951631 – XSCAPE Project 'Material Minds: Exploring the Interactions between Predictive Brains, Cultural Artefacts, and Embodied Visual Search'. Material Minds (acronym XSCAPE) is an ERC Synergy Grant project, as announced by the European Research Council on Nov 5, 2020. Material Minds Lab is the experimental facility of the XSCAPE Project based in INCIPIT-CSIC in Santiago de Compostela. The Material Minds research problem is, in short: How do the worlds we build alter our own minds and the ways we process information? Do the material structures of our settlements, buildings, roads, and artefacts actively change patterns of thought and attention, so that understanding change in these ‘material codes’ becomes part and parcel of understanding the emergence of the modern mind? The PIs of XSCAPE are Felipe Criado-Boado (corresponding PI) of the INCIPIT-CSIC, Luis M. Martínez-Otero of the Institute of Neurosciences (joint centre of CSIC and UMH), Andy Clark, of the Departments of Informatics and Philosophy of the University of Sussex, and Johannes Müller, of the Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology of Kiel University. VIDEO PRODUCERS: Rubén Vuelta-Santín, Felipe Criado-Boado; PRODUCTION: INCIPIT-CSIC; PHOTOGRAPHS: Carlos Fernández-Piñar; ENGLISH REVIEW: Jadranka Verdonkschot; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Jaime Almansa-Sánchez, Technical Staff of Parque Arqueológico del Arte Rupestre de Campo Lameiro, Technical Staff of Parque Arqueológico de la Cultura Castrexa Lansbrica, Members of INCIPIT-CSIC that actively participated in the activity. MUSIC: My Train's A Comin' - Unicorn Heads (YouTube Audio Library). Peer reviewed

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    Authors: González Álvarez, David; Vuelta-Santín, Rubén;

    2º Encontro de pesquisa, educação e socialização do Património dos Arcos de Valdevez. Braga/Extremo, Arcos de Valdevez. 27-28 de Outubro de 2023. No marco das investigações que nos últimos sete anos se estão a desenvolver no lugar do Extremo (Arcos de Valdevez) pela Unidade de Arqueologia e o Lab2PT da UMinho, foi possível estabelecer fortes redes de cooperação com a comunidade local que se traduziram em uma série de atividades de tipo científico, patrimonial e educacional coordenadas entre os cientistas e os agentes locais. Em 2023 obtivemos o projeto exploratório IN2PAST Da terra à Terra. Conexões para Territórios Sustentáveis (Land-CST) (EXPL/In2Past/2023/09) cujos objetivos incluem o desenvolvimento de ferramentas metodológicas para o estudo da paisagem, em colaboração com a comunidade local, com a intenção de reverter o conhecimento gerado na sustentabilidade patrimonial deste território afetado pela emigração, o despovoamento ou o envelhecimento da população. Em 2023, com o objetivo de transcender o olhar localizado neste território, convergiremos com as investigações desenvolvidas por outras equipas arqueológicas que centram o seu olhar nas paisagens rurais da época moderna e contemporânea. Em colaboração com o projeto Lectura arqueológica de tiempos largos sobre la formación de los paisajes rurales en el Noroeste ibérico (LEIRA) desenvolvido pelo Instituto de Ciencias do Patrimonio (INCIPIT-CSIC), iremos realizar um workshop para discutir metodologias de leitura arqueológica da paisagem e a reversão dos resultados em projetos co-construídos com as comunidades locais. Esta segunda parte, no sábado dia 28, será dedicada a desenvolver em Extremo várias atividades partilhadas entre os cientistas e os habitantes da aldeia. Video production: Rubén Vuelta-Santín (INCIPIT-CSIC), David González-Álvarez (INCIPIT-CSIC); Music: The Nexus Riddim - Konrad OldMoney (YouTube Audio Library). Peer reviewed

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    Authors: Muñoz Encinar, Laura; Aragüete-Toribio, Zahira; Vuelta-Santín, Rubén;

    From 26 to 28 September 2023, Institute of Heritage Sciences of the Spanish National Research Council (INCIPIT-CSIC) hosted this training school in Santiago de Compostela. “Unearthing Traces of European Conflicts: Materiality, Memory & Technology” is part of the European COST Action network TRACTS “Trace as a research agenda for climate change, technology studies, and social justice”. For three days, four trainers and 21 students coming from diverse countries around the world gathered to analyse the material traces of conflict and their impact in the present through the conceptual lens of different disciplines: Archaeology, Forensic Sciences, Social Anthropology and Memory Studies. Workshop Leaders: Laura Muñoz-Encinar (INCIPIT-CSIC), César Parcero-Oubiña (INCIPIT-CSIC), Iñigo Sánchez-Fuarros (INCIPIT-CSIC), Zahira Aragüete-Toribio (University of Neuchâtel); Workshop Collaborators: Jesús García Sánchez (IAM-CSIC), Jesús Jiménez Chaparro (University of Cantabria); Host Institution: Institute of Heritage Sciences of the Spanish National Research Council (INCIPIT-CSIC); Video production: Rubén Vuelta-Santín (INCIPIT-CSIC); Music: Crimson Fly - Huma-Huma (YouTube Audio Library). Peer reviewed

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    Authors: Vuelta-Santín, Rubén; Almansa Sánchez, Jaime;

    [ES] #pubarchMED, Arqueología pública en el contexto mediterráneo, es un proyecto financiado por la Axencia GAIN que busca conocer mejor cómo funciona la gestión del patrimonio arqueológico en los diferentes estados del entorno mediterráneo. Además de aspectos generales de la gestión diaria de sitios arqueológicos, explora cuestiones como el conflicto cotidiano y también bélico, el uso de espacios patrimoniales, su impacto en la cultura popular, incluyendo las pseudoarqueologías, o su divulgación. A lo largo del proyecto se llevaron a cabo varias actividades, incluyendo una exposición itinerante que sigue activa en Grecia. [EN] #pubarchMED, Public Archeology in the Mediterranean Context, is a project funded by Axencia GAIN that seeks to better understand how the management of archaeological heritage works in the different states around the Mediterranean. In addition to general aspects of the daily management of archaeological sites, it explores issues such as daily conflict and also war, the use of heritage spaces, its impact on popular culture, including pseudoarchaeology, or its dissemination. Various activities were carried out throughout the project, including an itinerant exhibition that is still active in Greece. Edición de vídeo: Rubén Vuelta-Santín; Imágenes y textos: Jaime Almansa-Sánchez; Música: Swinging With The Sultan - Doug Maxwell (YouTube Audio Library). Peer reviewed

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    Authors: Vuelta-Santín, Rubén; Criado-Boado, Felipe; Sánchez-Fuarros, Iñigo;

    En la Red Incipit 2023, que tuvo lugar el 21 de marzo, el Instituto de Ciencias del Patrimonio ha presentado sus investigaciones en la sala de eventos del edificio Fontán de Cidade da Cultura de Galicia, en Santiago de Compostela. En el evento han participado 75 personas. Actualmente el INCIPIT tiene una plantilla de 72 personas, a las que se unen otras 18 realizando estancias como investigadores/as visitantes. El evento se ha dividido en dos mesas redondas y en tres sesiones con diversas presentaciones sobre trabajos realizados por el personal investigador y técnico del INCIPIT. Imagen y edición de vídeo: Rubén Vuelta-Santín; Fotografía de grupo: Iñigo Sánchez-Fuarros; Revisión de textos: Felipe Criado-Boado; Música: Islabonita - An Jone (YouTube Audio Library). Peer reviewed

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  • Authors: Calderón-Cerrato, Beatriz; González-Pérez, César; Vuelta-Santín, Rubén;

    El proyecto ACME se centra en el análisis argumental, conceptual y agencial de los discursos de diferentes agentes involucrados en cinco casos de estudio sobre patrimonio cultural en España: Mansilla de la Sierra (La Rioja), presentado en este vídeo, el patrimonio inmediato de los jóvenes en el municipio de Ames (A Coruña), el Pont del Diable de Martorell (Baix Llobregat), el Pórtico de la Gloria de la catedral de Santiago de Compostela y la fábrica de vidrio de Trinidad en Sevilla. Los resultados permitirán esbozar políticas de gestión del patrimonio que presten una atención especial a estos agentes, a menudo olvidadas. Redes sociales del proyecto: Twitter (@patrimonio30) y blog: https://patrimonio3punto0.wordpress.com/ Proyecto PID2020-114758RB-I00 financiado por MCIN/ AEI /10.13039/501100011033. Realización de vídeo: Beatriz Calderón-Cerrato; Edición de vídeo: Rubén Vuelta-Santín; Producción: INCIPIT-CSIC. Peer reviewed

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  • Authors: López, Marissa;

    Picturing Mexican America (PMA) is a cluster of public facing, digital humanities projects that illuminate the history of nineteenth-century, Mexican Los Angeles. In collaboration with the Los Angeles Public Library, Professor López has built a mobile app, curated social media feeds, and collaborated with other public facing institutions in Los Angeles to circulate archival materials in the public sphere. In this talk Professor López will describe PMA's activities as well as the digital work and education necessary for her and her research team to bring these projects to fruition.

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  • Authors: Smilges, Logan;

    The value of visibility is contingent on a variable, embodyminded social currency. Being seen tends to benefit most the people whose bodies and minds adhere closest to norms structured by whiteness, cisnormativity, and abledness. In their interactive talk, J. Logan Smilges shows how queer and otherwise marginalized populations navigate the risks that subtend their precarious visibility. Centering their analysis on the dating app Grindr, Smilges introduces profile pictures as a digital site for rhetorical quieting--a strategy whereby users regulate how their bodyminds signify to people around them. As part of their talk, Smilges will offer an opportunity for attendees to evaluate how their own social media use is situated within a political matrix of presence and absence.

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    Authors: Vuelta-Santín, Rubén; Criado-Boado, Felipe; Armada, Xosé-Lois; Ferro Vázquez, María Cruz;

    Vídeo del Laboratorio de Arqueometría del Patrimonio (LAPa) del INCIPIT-CSIC. Plataforma científico-técnica para Paleoambiente, Arqueometría y Conservación del Patrimonio Cultural. La construcción del LAPa del INCIPIT-CSIC se realizó entre 2021 y 2023. Los agentes implicados en su proyecto de diseño y construcción fueron: Financiación: SGAOI (Secretaría General Adjunta de Obras e Infraestructuras del CSIC); Dirección facultativa: OTO (Oficina Técnica de Obras) de la SGAOI; Plan funcional y coordinación: Felipe Criado-Boado, Anxo Rodríguez-Paz, Lois Armada, Cruz Ferro, Joeri Kaal; Diseño general y mobiliario: ILD (Integrated Lab Design); Diseño instalaciones: MARAGAL Ingeniería S.L.; Mobiliario: ROMERO Muebles de Laboratorio; Extracción y Clima: GARABAL Instalaciones; Electricidad y electrónica: MAREI S.L.; Suministros electrónicos: ASIMOV; Iluminación: INSATEL; Obra civil: POLI COUSELO Construcción y Reforma; Vitrinas de gases y usos generales: WALDNER; Equipo de purificación de agua: METROHM; Agradecimiento personal a: Mari Carmen González Peñalver, Javier Arguedas, Manuel García, Juan Luis Castro, Carlin de Marei, Hipólito Couselo, Ricardo Herreruela, Cristina García Diego, Alberto Álvarez. Imagen y edición de vídeo: Rubén Vuelta-Santín; Revisión de textos: Felipe Criado-Boado, Xosé-Lois Armada, María Cruz Ferro Vázquez; Música: Icelandic Arpeggios - DivKid (YouTube Audio Library). Peer reviewed

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    Authors: Vuelta-Santín, Rubén; Incio del Río, Cristina; González Álvarez, David;

    Un grupo de investigadoras del INCIPIT-CSIC inició en agosto de 2023, en el municipio de Forcarei en Pontevedra, una segunda campaña arqueológica en la aldea perdida de Silvaescura, situada en los lindes entre el monte de Soutelo y el de Trasdomonte. Los trabajos de campo se desarrollaron con la arqueóloga e investigadora Cristina Incio del Río, del Instituto de Ciencias del Patrimonio (Incipit-CSIC), como directora de intervención. Las labores previstas incluyeron trabajos de fotointerpretación, vuelo con dron, prospección intensiva, prospección geofísica y sondeos valorativos manuales. El equipo científico inició un primer proyecto en la aldea de Silvaescura en agosto del 2022. La intervención llevada a cabo mostró el potencial arqueológico de esta aldea abandonada. Se realizaron excavaciones en los restos de dos edificaciones en las que se encontraron testimonios de la vida cotidiana de las familias campesinas que habitaron la aldea, fragmentos cerámicos de diferentes recipientes y vajilla, tejas, pesas de techo de colmo y fragmentos de potes metálicos de tres pies. Todo esto apunta a que se trata de antiguas viviendas ocupadas entre los siglos XVII o XIX, posible período de vida de la propia aldea. La nueva campaña tiene como objetivo determinar la extensión de la aldea y definir las viviendas que la compondrían. Para ello se utilizarán métodos no invasivos, como el uso de un gradiómetro en el entorno de las estructuras conocidas. Este aparato permite detectar muros enterrados donde luego se realizarán excavaciones arqueológicas. Todo ello permitirá saber más sobre la evolución, proceso constructivo y ocupación tanto de las viviendas conocidas hasta el momento como de otras que compondrían en su día la aldea de Silvaescura. La intervención está enmarcada en un programa de actuaciones más amplio centrado en el conocimiento sobre el poblamiento en la zona rural gallega en época moderna y contemporánea. Uno de los principales ejes de la investigación es el análisis del abandono y desaparición de estos pequeños núcleos de población, aldeas de las que solo se mantienen pequeños indicios y una memoria remota. Equipo científico: Directora de la intervención: Cristina-Incio-del-Río; Equipo arqueológico: Álvaro Falquina-Aparicio, Álvaro Moreno-Jiménez, Ángela Orosa-Queijo, David González-Álvarez, Fátima Rodríguez-Porto, Rafael Millán-Pascual, Rodrigo González-Camino, Vega Arribas-Greciano; Realización y edición de vídeo: Rubén Vuelta-Santín; Colabora: Concello de Forcarei; Música: Highway One - Steve Adams (YouTube Audio Library). Peer reviewed

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    Authors: Vuelta-Santín, Rubén; Criado-Boado, Felipe;

    The XSCAPE Team in Santiago de Compostela and its home institution INCIPIT-CSIC, have organised a Winter School, comprised of a series of four field sessions. XSCAPE and INCIPIT crew shared discussions and ideas about landscape, materiality and perceptual behavior. ERC-2020-SyG 951631 – XSCAPE Project 'Material Minds: Exploring the Interactions between Predictive Brains, Cultural Artefacts, and Embodied Visual Search'. Material Minds (acronym XSCAPE) is an ERC Synergy Grant project, as announced by the European Research Council on Nov 5, 2020. Material Minds Lab is the experimental facility of the XSCAPE Project based in INCIPIT-CSIC in Santiago de Compostela. The Material Minds research problem is, in short: How do the worlds we build alter our own minds and the ways we process information? Do the material structures of our settlements, buildings, roads, and artefacts actively change patterns of thought and attention, so that understanding change in these ‘material codes’ becomes part and parcel of understanding the emergence of the modern mind? The PIs of XSCAPE are Felipe Criado-Boado (corresponding PI) of the INCIPIT-CSIC, Luis M. Martínez-Otero of the Institute of Neurosciences (joint centre of CSIC and UMH), Andy Clark, of the Departments of Informatics and Philosophy of the University of Sussex, and Johannes Müller, of the Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology of Kiel University. VIDEO PRODUCERS: Rubén Vuelta-Santín, Felipe Criado-Boado; PRODUCTION: INCIPIT-CSIC; PHOTOGRAPHS: Carlos Fernández-Piñar; ENGLISH REVIEW: Jadranka Verdonkschot; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Jaime Almansa-Sánchez, Technical Staff of Parque Arqueológico del Arte Rupestre de Campo Lameiro, Technical Staff of Parque Arqueológico de la Cultura Castrexa Lansbrica, Members of INCIPIT-CSIC that actively participated in the activity. MUSIC: My Train's A Comin' - Unicorn Heads (YouTube Audio Library). Peer reviewed

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