STRCamp ieško elektriko

technariumas:

Domas rašo:

STRCamp (http://strcamp.org) ieško žmogaus, patyrusio elektroje (pajungimas iš trifazio, kabeliai, jungtys ir panašiai).

Renginio neremia jokie sponsoriai, visiškai entuziastų reikalas, pakankamai diy savo dvasia, tik pankrokas kitoks :)

jei kas nors norėtų/galėtų padėti, parašykit Matui > matas.labasauskas@gmail.com

Posted on 27 June, 2014
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No Moods, Ads or Cutesy Fucking Icons (Re-reloaded) » Liquid Surveillance

opit:

Brin’s response is: Tough noogs, Bub. The Internet Never Forgets. You can’t burn data to the ground when they’ve already been copied and recopied and stored in a million backup repositories throughout a network designed to remain operational after a nuclear war.

He’s got a point.

My porn-surfing habits from 2011 are probably immortal by now. I’ll never be able to disown this blog post no matter how many religious conversions I experience down the road. CSIS probably knows all about that little sniper reticle I superimposed on the forehead of a cat-cuddling Stephen Harper last decade. Those ships have sailed.

But that doesn’t mean we have to keep launching new ones.

Posted on 26 June, 2014
Reblogged from opit  

"Because the web was outer space. It was out there. Cyberspace is star backgrounds with blue underlined links on them."

Posted on 26 June, 2014
Reblogged from technariumas  

Silicone meadow live in Vilnius

miceuz:

image

Over 500 man-hours of woodwork, soldering, programming and 3d printing later.

Posted on 24 June, 2014
Reblogged from miceuz  

photomusik:

The Ramones photographed by Jenny Lens at the Whisky (1977)

Posted on 24 June, 2014
Reblogged from atpfestival  Source superblackmarket

technariumas:

Finishing the meadow — it’ll be live tonight.

Posted on 22 June, 2014
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technariumas:

Assembling and testing the silicone meadow. Come see us tomorrow night at Rūdninkų square: http://www.kulturosnaktis.lt/lt/projects/view/241/

Posted on 22 June, 2014
Reblogged from technariumas  

Posted on 22 June, 2014
Reblogged from miloserdie  

"You can determine where room modes occur in your studio by playing back bass-heavy music on full-bandwidth speakers while walking the room. Wherever you hear a peak or dip in the reproduction of an isolated bass note, that’s where a room mode exists. And that’s also where you should avoid setting up that’s also where you should avoid setting up instruments, amps, and mics to record"

Tagged #audio  #accoustics  #smallroom  #recording  

Posted on 19 June, 2014
Source emusician.com

"If I have problems in getting a balanced bass recording because of my inconsistent playing technique I mostly use a mix of the following techniques to tame my signal."

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1) GAINSTAGING

Gainstage to either -18dB FS RMS or -9dB FS to -12dB FS PEAK and zero in / zero out after each device. This step is mandatory for me to get the most out of my signal chain.

2) PEAK COMPRESSION

I use a fairly transparent compressor for this task like the REAComp or the fantastic (and free) TDR Feedback Compressor II. The latter one is my goto for all my (synth-) bass parts. I am not a big fan of stock preset but boy…the one and only BASS one from this is the ish!!! Best peak compression preset for this task I have ever heard. Adjust treshold and you are done. This should catch your most prominent peaks. Normally I would go deeper into peak compression and not only recommend some preset (this is actually the only one I recommend) but why should I reinvent the wheel again when there is such a brilliant tool available?

3) LIMITING

A (multiband) LIMITER could help. While the compressor is starting and working “from on top of the wavefrom” (peak riding) a limiter is doing the opposite. You are “pushing the volume (and also your noisefloor) from below” and according to the limiter approach your peaks will be rounded off (mostly due hard/soft clipping). You can also try to use a brickwall one but that would be my last option. Instead of a pure limiter you could also try some kind of Leveling Amplifier like a Fairchild clone or (if you can live with PC and 32bit only) the gorgeous and free Thrillseeker VBL. 3a) I usually use a mix of both: compression and limiting until it sounds fine.

4) EQ

Get rid of some bad resonances if there are some.

5) CLIPPER

Use a clipper to chop of another 1-2dB of peaks.

6) GATING

Never ever underestimate the power of gating. While other devices will give you control over some problematic frequencies a gate is giving you control over the total opposite: silence.

Cockos Confederated Forums - View Single Post - Leveling the Bass

Tagged #audio  #engineering  #bass  #processing  #mixing  

Posted on 19 June, 2014
Source forum.cockos.com

"The reality of the recording studio lies not in tales of excess, but in the boring drudgery: winding cables, aligning the tape machine, confirming appointments, taking out the garbage. If you can’t attend to these details, you burn out. You become overwhelmed by reality. Because reality is mostly these boring small moments. If you can wade through the drudgery, you can unexpectedly arrive at the epiphanies, the moments of clarity, when time seems to speed up, the creative wheels are turning, the gears fit together, the process clicks and hums. To get at these moments of inspiration, which can last anywhere from an hour to a week, you have to wade through the ho-hum daily reality. There is no way around it, and you won’t find the answer in drugs or chocolate cake."

Posted on 19 June, 2014
Source imposemagazine.com

"Kick drum 80–100 Hz 1–2 Adds body or depth 400–600 Hz –3–4 Reduces boxiness"

Tagged #audio  #til  #eq  

Posted on 17 June, 2014
Source mymixengineer.com