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November 14th, 2013

spooky gong

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    InterPartyConflict 9 months, 1 week ago

    I used this in the Halloween episode of my podcast (https://soundcloud.com/interpartyconflict/episode-42-screams-scares). Thanks so much!

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    chhavi 1 year, 6 months ago

    so fun

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    clariceywy 3 years, 3 months ago

    nice one:)
    thanks

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    Veiler 4 years, 2 months ago

    if you want to make that sound more interesting,
    do that.

    1.keep the original untouched.

    2.create a clone file, select the mid lows
    and make two files out of it,
    1 file 1octave down and one file 2 octaves down [-12 and -24 semitones each]

    now do that

    make a new file with only the mid hies band,
    and pruduce two new files 1 and 2 octaves up [12 and 24 semitones]

    now delete the intermediate files of mid lows and mid hies.

    you have 4 octave harmonics and 1 original.

    open a Wavelab file,

    and no place all in a parallel line,

    the have to maintain the same lenght while octaved.

    We do not place them at the same starting point,

    we create 17 ms = millisecond delays
    among each parallel line

    because basser octaves have more intertia,

    therefore they have to start earlier.

    PLEASE DO NOT OVERLIMIT THE RECORDING

    ALL SOUND TRACKS MUST NOT BE VERY LOUD

    EXCEPT THE ORIGINAL TRACK THAT IS IN THE MIDDLE

    .

    play with delays and echos, but not extreme delay times,
    so you can make future corrections.

    if the overall sound is very warm=bass or cold=high hies

    use a multiband compressor.

    if you do not have wavelab

    the natural laws apply to all the universe,

    so the same idias apply to all programs

    PLEASE BRUSH YOUR TEETH

    I HATE SMELLY STUDENTS IN MY CLASS!!!

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    Veiler 4 years, 2 months ago

    epigenetical gets genetical!!!
    ------------------------------

    mostly Histones and a bit less Methylene groups affect the patterns chromosomes
    divide during gamete meiosis. Epigenetics affect genetics. Clones have variant gene transfering probabilities to their offsprings.

    As we know from quantum mechanics and chemistry, different chemical shapes and bonds,
    had different tolerance.

    We can prove that in the lab with simple bacteria that reproduce sexually.

    Changes in epigenetical data, cause changes in probabilistic appearance of DNA sections, therefore genes
    themselves.

    ----

    during meiosis at gametes and then after their merging during
    fertilization chromosomes were supposed to lose gradually
    their epigenetic data, well some data do change, but not all.

    It is a probabilistic phenomenon.

    we now know that protein chromosomal sleeves not only
    activate or deactivate probabilistically genes [we do not have the same
    epigenetics in all our cells]
    but epigenetical factors exert probabilistic presure
    at the points DNA twists during meiosis at gametes half DNA gene chart

    it is a probabilistic factor though, not the only factor, but a very real one

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