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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Tolerance - Toleranz

Tolerance is in proportion to the distance to the problem.

Toleranz wächst mit der Entfernung zum Problem.

#Photoshop: Quick Tip: Color Correcting an Image Sequence

On several occasions, I’ve needed to batch process an image sequence (usually Cinema DNG RAW material from a Blackmagic Cinema Camera) using Adobe Photoshop. While I’m proficient in Resolve, After …

#Photoshop: Quick Tip: Color Correcting an Image Sequence

Song of the day: Soundfanatic,...

Song of the day: Soundfanatic, Dance ecstatic http://www.vienna.cc/kunst/songs/song_this_is_the_moment.htm

#Musicproduction: VST4FREE releases SH-it Bass - Free Roland SH-101 ROMpler AU & VST plug-in for Mac and Win #freedownload

What a name for an instrument!
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SH-it Bass is a sampled bass sound from the Roland SH-101 synthesizer.
25 notes were carefully tuned and recorded from 3 layers for a total of 55 samples. You can make your own sound by mixing between the main oscillator (osc 1+2 from the SH-101), the sub oscillator and the noise generator.
  • Monophonic
  • 3 layers
  • 25 main osc samples
  • 25 sub osc samples
  • 5 round-robin noise samples
  • Modwheel controls the LFO


#Musicproduction: VST4FREE releases SH-it Bass - Free Roland SH-101 ROMpler AU & VST plug-in for Mac and Win #freedownload

#Photoshop: How to Use the Two-Layer Color Grading Technique

Many people struggle to replicate color grading and end up creating an excessive amount of layers. The two-layer color grading technique is a simple way to create photo effects with a minimal and understandable set of layers. This technique can also be used in other software such as Lightroom, Capture One, etc. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to achieve nearly any effect using the two-layer technique.

#Photoshop: How to Use the Two-Layer Color Grading Technique