Saturday, December 31, 2016

#Musicproduction: Ardour updated to v5.5 #freedownload

Record
Grab yourself a nice audio interface. Plug in a microphone or a keyboard. Add a track. Press record. Got it.
Import audio or MIDI from your hard drive or the Freesound database.
Edit
Cut, move, stretch, copy, paste, delete, align, trim, crossfade, rename, snapshot, zoom, transpose, quantize, swing, drag, drop.
All with unlimited undo/redo. All in the same window.
Mix
Mute, solo, fader, automate, EQ, dynamics, insert, send, pre-fader, post-fader, sync, monitor, isolate.
Floating point fidelity, the most flexible mixer architecture in the industry, hundreds of plugins, and external control surfaces.

#Musicproduction: Ardour updated to v5.5 #freedownload

About waltz - Über Walzer

Vienna is the city of the waltz. There is even the heart pacemaker in the three-beat.
Wien ist die Stadt des Walzers. Da schlägt sogar der Herzschrittmacher im Dreivierteltakt.

#Photography: 8 Things That Could Get You in Trouble in Photography

If I ask (and that happens) I record the question and answer with the movie function of the camera. So the person I want to picture does not need to sign a contract. Signing a contract is always suspicious and people fear to sign something.
ViennaCC

It’s fair to say that the majority of the time taking photos you aren’t going to have any problems. As long as you are mindful of who or what you are photographing, and are courteous and careful you will have no problems. But at some point in your photography journey, you might find that you do get into trouble. The good news is that in the majority of cases it won’t be more than a telling off, but sometimes things can escalate. The best plan is to avoid this situation in the first place, so here are eight situations that could get you in trouble when photographing.

#Photography: 8 Things That Could Get You in Trouble in Photography