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*******www.webradiotoolkit****/ Wavestreaming****'s client manager teaches you how to setup Stereo Mix on your computer. Stereo mix is important if you want to use other software to broadcast via the SHOUTcast platform instead of Winamp.
14 Oct 2010
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SuperTooth Light allows you to call safely and legally while driving. It can be moved easily from one vehicle to another, and can be used in the car, office or home. It has a simple and refined design, with a price that's light on your pocket. * Metal mounting clip that can be installed on the drivers’ side sun visor, up or down. Use the clip to attach Supertooth Light with ease * User friendly - one button picks up the call - another button hangs up or rejects the call * 2 easy access key for volume control * Strong speaker provides crystal clear communication * Retractable microphone that uses Digital Signal Processor (DSP) technology which detects voice only, eliminating excess background noise * DSP filters both mic input and speaker output, giving communication clarity. * Battery is capable of 15 hours talk time and 800 hours standby time. * small - 122 x 60 x 18 mm * light - 15 grams
22 Apr 2007
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For bike lovers, motorcycle enthusiasts, and people on the go... SuperTooth Moto is the new hands-free & safe solution. You can answer mobile phone calls without removing your helmet, & gain total freedom on the road. Key Features * Serves as a 2-way intercom. You can talk to your passenger or another motorcyclist (within 100 metres) through their own Supertooth Moto units. * Answer or reject calls with: - Easy multi-function buttons. 1 button to call / hang up, 2 keys to adjust the volume. - Voice commands. Say "Yes" to accept calls, stay silent for 7 secs. to reject them * Volume adjustment: - The speaker volume adjusts automatically, it reacts to ambient noise while driving on speed, for clarity of sound. - You may adjust it yourself to the desired level. * Noise and echo canceling technology. Using Digital Signal Processing (DSP), it detects only your voice, eliminates background noise.
19 Apr 2007
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Eklectiks Crew en concert à la Scene Bastille le 30 juin 2007. A quelques km. Jo Black, DSP, Psytick... accompagnées des musiciens du .
5 Jul 2007
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SAMSUNG's DNSe, which was developed after years of research on audio DSP and acoustics, yields higher quality sound with more natural effects than conventional methods do.
11 Sep 2007
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Last night while taking photos of the Taurid Meteors up at the Maroon Bells near aspen colorado when i noticed a new blob of light in the constellation orion so i started to film it. It turns out to be a rocket fuel dump from a Delta-4 Heavy Rocket that was launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The payload was a Defense Support Program missile warning satellite (DSP-23). A circularization burn for the DPS-23 was scheduled for 3:01am EST, followed by a fuel dump at 3:21am EST. Because both the Centaur rocket burn (duration: 3 minutes) and the residual fuel and oxidizer dump after payload separation occurred at an altitude of 22,000-miles, both were briefly visible to the naked eye. Really looked like an angel flying across the stars.
12 Nov 2007
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This is an excerpt from a full length DVD available at www.ProAudioDVDs****. Host David Wills has toured with major artists such as Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Chicago and Diana Ross and provides you with a professional's perspective but always demonstrated in an informal, easy to understand way. Here's a complete listing of the subjects that are covered... 0:03:00 INTRODUCTION 0:03:10 First Connections 0:03:30 Front Panel Tour 0:05:00 Getting around the Touch Screen 0:07:20 Installing the optional CD Writer 0:07:40 PROGRAM MODE 0:07:50 Overview 0:08:15 Selecting a Program 0:09:20 Using Categories 0:10:15 The Performance Editor 0:11:10 Realtime Controllers 0:12:05 Using the Arpeggiator 0:13:25 Using the Menu key 0:14:40 Cool Program Examples! 0:14:45 COMBI MODE 0:15:15 "What is a Combination?" 0:16:25 Selecting Combinations 0:16:30 Using Categories 0:18:00 Using the Dual Arpeggiators in Combi mode 0:20:00 Polyphony explained 0:20:40 Menu Tour 0:23:20 Effects 0:24:10 ...Insert Effects 0:25:30 ...Master Effects 0:25:50 Cool Performance Examples! 0:26:00 SEQUENCER MODE 0:26:10 Overview 0:26:55 Using Song Templates 0:29:50 Recording your First Track 0:31:25 Looping a track(s) 0:32:25 Basic Editing 0:33:50 Using the Compare key to UNDO 0:34:40 Recording an Arpeggiated track 0:36:30 Recording a Combination in a Song 0:39:15 RPPR (Realtime Pattern Play/Recording) 0:41:15 Recording using RPPR Patterns 0:41:35 Using the Cue List 0:43:30 DISK MODE 0:43:40 Overview 0:44:55 File Types 0:45:45 Saving 0:47:00 Loading 0:47:50 Formatting a CDR 0:48:45 OPEN SAMPLING SYSTEM 0:48:50 Overview 0:50:30 Recording your first Sample 0:54:25 Sampling through the internal Effects 0:55:35 Sample File Types 0:56:00 Saving Sample Data 0:57:25 "Ripping" audio from a CD drive 0:59:25 Using the Grid function 1:01:35 Time Slicing 1:03:40 Re-Sampling in Program Mode 1:05:50 Re-Sampling in Combi Mode 1:07:35 "In-Track" Sampling in Sequencer Mode 1:12:00 Sampling to Disk (creating .wav files) 1:13:35 Burning a CD 1:15:05 GLOBAL MODE 1:17:40 OPTIONS 1:18:00 Adding Sample RAM 1:18:25 Adding EXB-PCM Boards 1:20:20 MOSS DSP Synthesizer Board 1:21:20 EXB-DI Digital I/O Board 1:21:30 EXB-mLAN mLAN Board 1:22:00 PREVIEW OF "MASTER SERIES" DVD
15 Nov 2007
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This is an excerpt from a full length DVD available at www.ProAudioDVDs****. Host David Wills has toured with major artists such as Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Chicago and Diana Ross and provides you with a professional's perspective but always demonstrated in an informal, easy to understand way. Here's a complete listing of the subjects that are covered... INTRODUCTION First Connections Front Panel Tour Getting around the Screen PROGRAM MODE Selecting a Program Using Categories The Performance Editor Realtime Controllers Using the Arpeggiator Using the Menu key Writing a Program Cool Program examples! COMBI MODE "What is a Combination?" Selecting Combinations Using Categories Dual Arpeggiators Polyphony explained Menu Tour Effects ...Insert Effects ...Master Effects Cool Perfromance examples! SEQUENCER MODE Overview (Insert Flash Memory!) Using Song Templates Recording your 1st track Looping a track(s) Basic Editing Compare key (Undo) Recording Arpeggios Recording Combis RPPR Using the Cue List MEDIA MODE Overview Saving to Media File types Formatting a CD-R USB Computer functions OPEN SAMPLING SYSTEM Overview Recording your 1st Sample Sampling thru Effects Sample file types Saving Sample data Using the "Grid" function Time Slicing Resampling in Combis "In-Track" Sampling Sampling to Media Burning a CD GLOBAL MODE OPTIONS Adding sample RAM MOSS DSP Synth board
15 Nov 2007
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My theory and demonstration on how i think time travel really works. Credits go to Pat Divine for the DSP transpo idea:)
17 Feb 2009
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England: Former chief of defense staff, Admiral Lord Hill Norton, and former UFO investigator for the Ministry of Defense, Nick Pope, analyze a UFO landing at a U.S. Air Force Base in Bentwaters, England. Russia: COSMONAUT PAVEL POPOVICH is among a number of military officials with the RUSSIAN SPACE PROGRAM who speak freely about personal sightings and Russia's new openness regarding UFOs. France: The recently released COMETA REPORT written by TOP FRENCH SCIENTISTS and MILITARY PERSONNEL is the strongest pro-UFO document ever released to the public. United States: From the reported crash in ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO, to the recent mass sighting of multiple UFOs in PHOENIX, ARIZONA, the producers interview numerous eyewitnesses and follow a paper trail to shed light on what really happened. General Nathan Twining's Memo: Is the U.S. Air Force hiding the truth about UFOs? UFOs and J. Edgar Hoover: Was the head of the FBI refused access to the disc recovered at Roswell? Wilbert Smith & Dr. Robert Sarbacher: Does the U.S. government classify UFO's "Above Top Secret"? The Condon Report: Did the official investigation into UFOs prove or disprove their existence? UFOs and Ronald Reagan's "Star Wars": Have DSP satellites detected UFOs?
21 Apr 2008
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rpmfreaks**** Welcome to RPM FREAKS****, your pedal to the metal guide to all things automotive – I’m Aubree Knecht. On today’s edition, we’re gonna check out the ECLIPSE CD7200 MKII CD and MEDIA PLAYER! Technology these days is becoming overly complicated for the average user. Luckily, the ECLIPSE CD7200 MKII is a simple piece of equipment that can give you the most complete audio experience in the comfort of your own car. Its quality AND simplicity at its finest. The MKII is BLUETOOTH friendly, due to certain obligations to the law in most states, and it’s what people in the audio biz call a “deadhead”, which means that has no internal power or amp to speak of. The unit isolates itself via a copper-plated chassis, which means that there’s no noise distortion to bother with your listening pleasure. There are also gold-plated connectors, 24-bit DSP and an amazing 8V preamp output, making the MK II fully loaded. That, my friends, is one truly remarkable car CD player! The audio quality is superb, with the ability to play HD radio and lossless songs from your iPod, which means no data, or quality, is lost in the compression process. And if you don’t speak tech, that all translates to pure mus
27 Jun 2008
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As developers look at their next designs for medical, audio, industrial and emerging applications, there is greater demand for portability with superior features, such as a consumer-friendly graphical user interface (GUI). The balance between power and performance of a processor has traditionally meant trading off one or the other; now that is no longer the case. Giving engineers the scalable solutions they need to design both basic and feature-laden portable end products, Texas Instruments Incorporated (NYSE: TXN) (TI) today introduced its breakthrough low-power processor roadmap with more than 15 new devices across four product lines. For the first time, designers will be able to easily bring portability to applications requiring high-precision floating-point processor capabilities, as TI's new roadmap includes the industry's lowest power floating-point digital signal processor (DSPs). TI's new devices also enable significantly longer battery life with the industry's lowest power fixed-point DSP. Additionally, customers will have the option to design portability and feature rich GUIs into their products using TI's new ARM9™ and ARM9-plus-DSP applications processors. To view more Multimedia News Release go to, *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/texasinstruments/34003/
23 Jul 2008
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