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Use a Freedom Scientific Classic Focus 40 Blue braille display with VoiceOver

When using your Freedom Scientific Classic Focus 40 Blue braille display with VoiceOver on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you can use these device-specific keys....

Logic Pro X: Vintage Electric Piano model parameters

these instruments were not equipped with stereo outputs. Tine Bell knob and field: Set the level of the (inharmonic) treble portion of the tone. This is useful for emulating classic electric piano sounds. Damper Noise knob and field: Set the level of damper noise. This emulates the damping felt hitting the vibrating tine in the original instruments....

Logic Pro X: Vintage Electric Piano overview

Vintage Electric Piano simulates the sound of various Rhodes and Wurlitzer pianos as well as the sound of the Hohner Electra piano....

Apple Pay participating banks in Canada, Latin America, and the United States

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GarageBand for Mac: Instrument Smart Controls

in different instrument categories and how they affect the sound. Guitar and Bass Electric guitar and bass patches all provide Gain and Tone controls. Gain adjusts the level of the sound and can also introduce an overdriven effect. Tone changes the color of the sound, making it brighter or darker, or warmer or harsher, depending on the patch. Effects controls vary between patches, but may include Chorus, Delay, Reverb, and Flanger effects. See Effect types for descriptions. Acoustic guitar and bass patches...

Vintage and obsolete products

Pro Mac Pro (Early 2008) Mac Pro (Early 2009) Macintosh 128K/512K/512Ke Macintosh Centris (all models) Macintosh Classic ; Macintosh Classic II Macintosh Color Classic /Color Classic II Macintosh II (all models) Macintosh LC (all models) Macintosh Plus Macintosh Portable Macintosh Quadra (all models) Macintosh Quadra/Centris (all models) Macintosh SE (all models) Macintosh Server G3 Macintosh Server G3 ( Blue and White) Macintosh Server G4 (Digital Audio) Macintosh Server G4 (QuickSilver) Macintosh...

Logic Pro X: Instruments introduction

to the source. Also included are sampled string and horn plug-ins that offer a variety of individual and grouped instruments with multiple articulations. See Studio instruments. Specialized percussion synthesizers and instruments include Ultrabeat, Drum Kit Designer, and Drum Machine Designer. Ultrabeat combines several percussion-oriented synthesis engines and a step sequencer, making it a powerful tool for the creation of new sounds and beats. Four vintage instruments emulate the classic B3 organ, Rhodes...

Logic Pro X: Guitar Amp Pro cabinet models

of an American lead combo with a single 12” speaker. US 1 x 12 open back 2: Open enclosure of an American clean/crunch combo with a single 12” speaker. US 1 x 12 open back 3: Open enclosure of another American clean/crunch combo with a single 12” speaker. US broad range: Simulation of a classic electric piano speaker. Analog simulation: Internal speaker simulation of a well-known British tube preamplifier. UK 1 x 12 (GarageBand): A British Class A tube open back with a single 12” speaker. UK 4 x 12...

Logic Pro X: Program a basic bass sound with Sculpture

of the Material Pad. You’ll find three arrow-shaped sliders, representing Objects 1 to 3. The two transparent bell-shaped curves help you to visualize the position and width of Pickup A and Pickup B. On electric basses the pickups are found quite a way off to the side and near the bridge. This particular bass has only a single pickup. The behavior of a single pickup is simulated by placing both pickups at exactly the same position. Drag Pickup B to the exact position of Pickup A while keeping an eye...

Apple Watch Edition (1st generation) - Technical Specifications

Apple Watch Edition 38mm (A1553) 18-Karat Rose Gold, white cap 18-Karat Rose Gold, black cap 18-Karat Yellow Gold, red cap 18-Karat Yellow Gold, black cap Height: 38.6mm - Width: 33.3mm - Depth: 10.5mm - Case (yellow gold): 55g - Case (rose gold): 54g 42mm (A1554) 18-Karat Rose Gold, white cap 18-Karat Rose Gold, blue cap 18-Karat Yellow Gold, black cap 18-Karat Yellow Gold, blue cap Height: 42.0mm - Width: 35.9mm - Depth: 10.5mm - Case (yellow gold): 69g - Case (rose gold): 67g Apple...

GarageBand for iOS (iPad): Play the Amp

You can connect an electric guitar or electric bass and play it using highly realistic amp sounds.

GarageBand for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch): Play the Amp

You can connect an electric guitar or electric bass and play it using highly realistic amp sounds.

Logic Pro X: Vintage Clav Wah effect

Vintage Clav provides simulations of several classic wah effects, as well as some basic filter types.

Logic Pro X: Vintage Clav overview

Vintage Clav emulates the classic Hohner D6 Clavinet.

Logic Pro X: Retro Synth overview

synthesizer sounds, particularly leads and basses. See Retro Synth Sync oscillator controls. Table: Use for clean digital synthesizer sounds, such as pads and basses, and evolving effect sounds. See Table oscillator parameters. FM: Use for classic digital synthesizer sounds. Of note are bells, electric piano, clavinet, and spiky bass sounds. See Retro Synth FM oscillator controls. Your choice of synthesizer engine changes the controls available. Most of these changes are seen in the Oscillator section....

Logic Pro X: Basic sound programming overview

Basic sound programming overview This section covers the creation of basic types of sounds, such as organs, basses, guitars, and so on. See Acoustic instrument programming examples, Stringed instrument programming examples, and Classic synthesizer programming examples. For a detailed look at programming particular types of sounds, see Electric bass programming overview and Synthetic sound programming overview. The idea here is to provide you with a starting point for your own experiments...

Logic Pro X: A brief Hammond history

A brief Hammond history Three inventions inspired Laurens Hammond (1895–1973), a manufacturer of electric clocks, to construct and market a compact electromechanical organ with tonewheel sound generation. The Telharmonium by Thaddeus Cahill was the musical inspiration; Henry Ford’s mass production methods and the domestic synchron clock motor were the other factors. The Telharmonium (built around 1900) was the first musical instrument that made use of electromechanical sound generation...

Logic Pro X: D6 Clavinet history

D6 Clavinet history The German company Hohner, manufacturer of the D6 Clavinet, was known mainly for its reed instruments (harmonicas, accordions, melodicas, and so on) but had made several classic keyboards prior to the first incarnation of the Clavinet, known as the Cembalet. Musician and inventor Ernst Zacharias designed the Cembalet in the 1950s. It was intended to be a portable version of the cembalo, or harpsichord—which could be amplified. Its mechanism worked by plucking the end...

Logic Pro X: Fuzz-Wah overview

The Fuzz-Wah plug-in emulates classic wah effects, combined with compression and fuzz distortion effects.

Logic Pro X: The Leslie cabinet

undulations in sound and volume and the vibrato caused by the Doppler effect (see below) aren’t all there is to the Leslie sound—it’s the spatial effect, too. The “ classic ” Leslie speaker design features two drivers—a treble driver with horns (only one works; the other simply acts as a counter-weight) and a bass driver. The horns of the treble driver and the sound baffle of the bass driver are physically rotated by electric motors. Because the speakers rotate toward the front of the cabinet (the listening...

Logic Pro X: Vintage B3 Wah effect

Vintage B3 Wah effect The name wah wah comes from the sound it produces. It has been a popular effect with electric guitarists since the days of Jimi Hendrix. The pedal controls the cutoff frequency of a bandpass, lowpass, or—less commonly—highpass filter. The wah pedal is also used extensively with the Hammond organ. For the most dynamic and musical performance of the Wah effect, consider attaching an expression pedal to your MIDI master keyboard. Your master keyboard should transmit MIDI...

Logic Pro X: Frequency modulation (FM) synthesis

inharmonic sidebands are produced, resulting in an inharmonic sound. Typically, FM synthesizers don’t incorporate a filter. You can generate some subtractive synthesizer style sounds with FM synthesis, but it is difficult to recreate the sound of a resonant subtractive synthesizer filter using this method. FM synthesis is extremely good, however, at creating sounds that are difficult to achieve with subtractive synthesizers—sounds such as bell timbres, metallic tones, and the tine tones of electric ...

GarageBand for Mac: Amp Designer overview

Your most recent choices are visible in the pop-up menus and in the visual display above them. The amps, cabinets, and EQs emulated by Amp Designer can be combined in numerous ways. You can choose from, and position, seven different microphone types. Amp Designer also emulates classic guitar amplifier effects, including spring reverb, vibrato, and tremolo. The Amp Designer plug-in is divided into the following main areas: Model settings: The Model pop-up menu in the black bar at the bottom is used to choose...

Logic Pro X: Stringed instrument programming examples

drag the #1 slider in the Pickup section, which is at the left side of the interface). At extreme positions (the left or right end), you’ll find that the bottom end of your bass is lost. Try it out. Adjust the position of Pickup A and Pickup B by dragging the horizontal sliders. As you’ll hear, you can quickly recreate a picked acoustic or electric bass sound. To instantly make the sound a hybrid (or full-on) synthesizer bass, click the Waveshaper button (directly above the circular Material Pad...

Logic Pro X: Chord Trigger overview

classic synthesizers. Multi button: Assign a different chord to each key on the keyboard. Upper keyboard: Shows incoming MIDI notes, represented by orange dots, and the blue chord trigger range. Drag the handles above the keyboard to set the chord trigger range. Notes that fall within this range are processed. Notes outside the range are not processed. You can also click notes in the chord trigger range to trigger chords. Lower keyboard: Shows the resulting MIDI output—the chords triggered by incoming...

GarageBand for Mac: Add Apple Loops to your projects

Add Apple Loops to your projects After searching for loops in the Loop Browser and finding the ones you want to use, you add them to your project. In the Tracks area, you can move, copy, extend, and make other changes to the loops. Many Apple Loops are part of a loop “family.” Loops that are part of a family have the same name, but each has a unique number at the end. For example, Classic Rock Guitar 01 and Classic Rock Guitar 02 belong to the same family. Loops in the same family work well...

Logic Pro X: Create Ultrabeat snare drums

from the mod pop-up menu of Osc 2 Pitch. Set the pitch value for Osc 2 to around G#2 and set the Mod amount (the blue Mod control) to about 3 to 4 octaves higher. You have modulated Osc 2 Pitch with a rapidly vibrating LFO with a medium Ramp Decay value. This eliminates the sine wave—which is not especially desirable for a snare sound, in contrast to the bass drum. Set LFO 1 to a high Rate. Choose a value of 20 for Cycles and −20 for Ramp. Set the LFO Waveform parameter to a value of about 0.58, which...

Final Cut Pro 2 - Technical Specifications

Final Cut Pro 2 - Part Numbers Upgrade M8276Z/A Final Cut Pro 2 System Requirements Macintosh computer with a 300MHz or faster Blue & White G3 or G4 processor (Beige G3s are not supported). Mac OS 9.1 or later (9.1 Updater included — Final Cut Pro 2 is not certified to run in Mac OS X or in Classic -mode**). QuickTime 5.0 or later (included). available memory of 105MB. CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive. 20MB of available disk space required for installation (one or more high-performance SCSI media...

iPod nano (4th generation) - Technical Specifications

recyclable aluminum enclosure Display 2-inch (diagonal) liquid crystal display with blue -white LED backlight 320-by-240-pixel resolution at 204 pixels per inch Audio Frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000Hz Audio formats supported: AAC (16 to 320 Kbps), Protected AAC (from iTunes Store), MP3 (16 to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2, 3, and 4), Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV User-configurable maximum volume limit Headphones Earphones Frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000Hz Impedance: 32 ohms Video H.264...

MainStage 3 Instruments

envelope parameters 280 Sculpture morph parameters 280 Sculpture morph overview 281 Use Sculpture’s Morph Pad 284 Use Sculpture’s Morph Envelope 289 Define Sculpture MIDI controllers 290 Sculpture tutorials 290 Explore Sculpture 295 Create basic sounds in Sculpture 305 Advanced Sculpture tutorial: electric bass 323 Advanced Sculpture tutorial: synthesizer sounds 328 Chapter 14: Ultrabeat 328 Ultrabeat overview 329...