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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

#Musicproduction: Elements releases Free Gigaverb Reverb VST Plug-in for Windows #freedownload

Elements has released Gigaverb, a port of an open-source digital reverberation unit. With minutes-long decay times, it can be used as a special-effect unit too.
Internal resampling is automatically adjusted according to working sample-rate (Intelligent Resampling System - IRS).
Gigaverb is a free download and currently comes in VST2 format for Windows 32- and 64-bit.

#Musicproduction: Elements releases Free Gigaverb Reverb VST Plug-in for Windows #freedown

I love good… - Ein guter Morgen beginnt mit…

I love a good breakfast in the morning. That tastes like success. (based on Lieutenant Colonel Bill Kilgore)

Ein guter Morgen beginnt mit einem guten Frühstück. Das schmeckt nach Erfolg. (frei nach Lieutenant Colonel Bill Kilgore)

Song of the day: The feelings all become one,...

Song of the day: The feelings all become one, (oh, what a feeling, baby, what a feeling) http://www.vienna.cc/kunst/songs/song_this_is_the_moment.htm

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#Photography: The Golden Ratio vs. The Rule of Thirds: Which is Best?

Two terms, one more frequently heard that the other, are the golden ratio and the rule of thirds. But is one really better than the other? In this short video, you’ll learn what they are, how they impact your images, and how you can use them in your compositions

#Photography: The Golden Ratio vs. The Rule of Thirds: Which is Best?


#Photography: To Process or Not To Process? Let's Discuss

Often when I’m looking at photos in forums online, or interacting with photographers in person, inevitably someone will proudly claim that the image in questions is “Straight out of the camera”. Almost without fail, this leads to a huge discussion as to the merits of post-processing images, with those on the side of straight-out-of-the-camera images acting as if those photographers who process their images are somehow in the wrong, or are being deceptive.

#Photography: To Process or Not To Process? Let's Discuss