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Friday, November 4, 2016

#Musicproduction: Full Bucket Music updates the blooo (v1.1.2) and Frequency Shifter (v1.0.1) for Windows #freedownload

The blooo is a VST™2.4 polyphonic software synthesizer plug-in for Microsoft Windows® (both 32 and 64 bit) based on the classic subtractive synthesis architecture.
The Frequency Shifter shifts the spectrum of the input signal up or down along the frequency axis. This effect is also know as "Bode Frequency Shifting" or "Single Sideband Modulation"; IMHO one of the most underrated and ignored effects ever.

#Musicproduction: Full Bucket Music updates the blooo (v1.1.2) and Frequency Shifter (v1.0.1) for Windows #freedownload

Song of the day: How can I tell you so you know it,...

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Small talk

On the typical party-small-talk question "And what do you do professionally?" it is quite funny to answer: "I am a butcher, but I do not partake the animals - I am the one at the bolt-gun".
Auf die typische Party-Small-Talk-Frage "Und was machst du beruflich?" ist es durchaus lustig zu antworten: "Ich bin Schlächter. Aber ich zerteile die Tiere nicht - ich bin der am Bolzenschußapparat".

#Photography: Easily Eliminate Glare And Reflections On Your Portrait Subject’s Glasses

Since our portrait subjects shouldn’t have to give up their glasses to have their photo taken, knowing how to avoid capturing those those pesky glare and reflections that we see in eye glasses is a pretty important thing for a portrait photographer to know how to do. Fortunately, it’s one of those things that are easier to do than you might think and (here’s the best part) it’s easily done “in camera”. Meaning no intense Photoshop training is necessary to master this aspect of portrait photography.

#Photography: Easily Eliminate Glare And Reflections On Your Portrait Subject’s Glasses

#Photography: F-Stop vs. T-Stop: What’s the Difference?

Photographer Matt Granger asks the question, “When is an aperture of 2 not really a 2?” The answer? When the f-number doesn’t match the t-number. But, what the heck is the t-number? And how is it d…

#Photography: F-Stop vs. T-Stop: What’s the Difference?