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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

#Photography: Understand DSLR Exposure In Just 10 Minutes

If you’re a new photographer, you’ve probably felt the urge to flip the switch from Auto over to Manual mode just to see what happens. If you’re like me, then you probably felt a wave of confusion,…

#Photography: Understand DSLR Exposure In Just 10 Minutes

Song of the day: Will you understand what I mean,...

Song of the day: Will you understand what I mean, When I tell you I saw you in my dream? http://www.vienna.cc/kunst/songs/song_say_yes.htm

Inventions for the world - Erfindungen für die Welt

The wheel was invented to conquer the world. Tv was invented to bring the world to your home and you do not need to go out.

Das Rad wurde erfunden, damit wir die Welt erobern können. Das Fernsehen wurde erfunden, damit die Welt zu uns ins Wohnzimmer kommt und wir nicht mehr hinaus müssen.

#Musicproduction: Solcito Musica releases SuperSonico 5.0 - Virtual Analogue Synth with Harmonics Generator for Windows VST (#free)

Price: Free (standalone) / $8 (plugin)
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SuperSonico is a virtual analog synthesizer for Windows. It has a single oscillator with a generator of harmonics that can be detuned from each other. That can be adjusted to different scale/chords intervals to make fat sounds and one-finger chords. The Sub-Oscillator includes an option that generates a single low octave that is repeated along the keyboard.
When doing a click on some controls or zones, it will appear a contextual help.
This synth is suitable for classic analog sounds such as moogy sounds, strings, bass, brass, leads, organs, atmospheres, pads, drums, emulations, toon sounds, etc.

#Musicproduction: Solcito Musica releases SuperSonico 5.0 - Virtual Analogue Synth with Harmonics Generator for Windows VST

#Photography: Fashion Photography - Tips for Making Something out of Nothing

Recently, I found myself in a conversation with a mentoring client who was feeling creatively stunted. I asked her where she wanted her portfolio to go and she said, “I want images like yours! But …

#Photography: Fashion Photography - Tips for Making Something out of Nothing