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Are Apple Watch series 4 size 40mm bands compatible with the smaller versions?

Will the apple watch series 4 size 40mm band compatible with the smaller versions? ​[Re-Titled by Moderator]...

MainStage: Amp Designer cabinets

sounding open-back cabinet with solid lows and crisp highs, even at high gain settings. Modern American 4 x 12 A closed-back 4 x 12” cabinet with a full sound. The lows and mids are denser than the British 4 x 12” cabinets. Studio 1 x 12 A compact-sounding open-back cabinet with full mids and glassy highs. British 2 x 12 A mid 1960s open-back cabinet with an open, smooth tone. British 1 x 12 A small open-back cabinet with crisp highs and low/mid transparency. Boutique British 2 x 12 A 2 x 12” cabinet...

Logic Pro X: Amp Designer cabinets

sounding open-back cabinet with solid lows and crisp highs, even at high gain settings. Modern American 4 x 12 A closed-back 4 x 12” cabinet with a full sound. The lows and mids are denser than the British 4 x 12” cabinets. Studio 1 x 12 A compact-sounding open-back cabinet with full mids and glassy highs. British 2 x 12 A mid 1960s open-back cabinet with an open, smooth tone. British 1 x 12 A small open-back cabinet with crisp highs and low/mid transparency. Boutique British 2 x 12 A 2 x 12” cabinet...

MainStage: Add effects to your Sculpture bass sound

can be modulated by LFOs, resulting in a vast number of possible combinations. As a rule, basses are mixed without effects (dry), but a small amount of reverb can be quite appealing on a fretless bass, when used as a solo instrument. Use the Delay section to emulate this. Heavy delays are, however, used on basses in “dub” style reggae. Emulate a chorus effect by modulating the pickup positions Make sure the Fretless Roundwound#1 setting is loaded. Adjust the position of Pickup B to 0.20. Drag the Spread Pickup...

Logic Pro X: Add effects to your Sculpture bass sound

can be modulated by LFOs, resulting in a vast number of possible combinations. As a rule, basses are mixed without effects (dry), but a small amount of reverb can be quite appealing on a fretless bass, when used as a solo instrument. Use the Delay section to emulate this. Heavy delays are, however, used on basses in “dub” style reggae. Emulate a chorus effect by modulating the pickup positions Make sure the Fretless Roundwound#1 setting is loaded. Adjust the position of Pickup B to 0.20. Drag the Spread Pickup...

Logic Pro X: Glossary

MainStage: British Alternatives

Model Description Sunshine Stack A robust-sounding head paired with a 4 x 12” cabinet. It is a good choice for powerful pop-rock chords. If the tone is too dark, use a high Treble knob setting to open up the sound. Small Sunshine Combo A 1 x 12” combo based on a modern amp known for a “big amp” sound. It is brighter than the Sunshine Stack head and has tonal qualities similar to the 1960s British Combo. This amp also sounds good with a 4 x 12” cabinet. Stadium Stack A classic head and 4 x 12...

MainStage: Additional Combos

Additional Combos The combos and utility models in this category are versatile amps that you can use for a wide variety of musical styles. Model Description Studio Combo A 1 x 12” combo based on boutique combos of the 1980s and 1990s. These models use multiple gain stages to generate smooth, sustain-heavy distortion and bold, bright, clean sounds. Can deliver a heavier sound when paired with a 4 x 12” cabinet. Boutique Retro Combo A 2 x 12” combo inspired by expensive modern amps that combine...

MainStage: The residual effect

The residual effect The residual effect is a psychoacoustic phenomenon. Human beings can perceive the pitch of a note, even when the fundamental tone is completely missing. If you pull out all registers of a draw bar organ, except for the fundamental—16’—you’ll still perceive the same pitch. The sound becomes thinner, with less bass and less warmth, but the pitch remains the same. If human beings didn’t hear this way, it would make listening to music on a small transistor radio impossible...

MainStage: Tweed Combos

Tweed Combos The Tweed models are based on American combos from the 1950s and early 1960s that helped define the sounds of blues, rock, and country music. They have warm, complex, clean sounds that progress smoothly through gentle distortion to raucous overdrive as you increase the gain. Even after half a century, Tweeds can still sound contemporary. Many modern boutique amplifiers are based on Tweed-style circuitry. Model Description Small Tweed Combo A 1 x 12” combo that transitions smoothly...

MainStage: A brief Hammond history

techniques. Its immense tonewheel generators filled a two-story building in New York. For a short period around this time, subscribers could order Telharmonium music over the New York telephone network (the streaming audio system of the time). The only amplification tool was the telephone mechanical diaphragm because a proper tube amplifier and acceptable speakers had not yet been invented. The Telharmonium was a commercial flop, but its historical status as the predecessor of modern electronic musical...

Logic Pro X: British Alternatives

Model Description Sunshine Stack A robust-sounding head paired with a 4 x 12” cabinet. It is a good choice for powerful pop-rock chords. If the tone is too dark, use a high Treble knob setting to open up the sound. Small Sunshine Combo A 1 x 12” combo based on a modern amp known for a “big amp” sound. It is brighter than the Sunshine Stack head and has tonal qualities similar to the 1960s British Combo. This amp also sounds good with a 4 x 12” cabinet. Stadium Stack A classic head and 4 x 12...

Logic Pro X: Additional Combos

Additional Combos The combos and utility models in this category are versatile amps that you can use for a wide variety of musical styles. Model Description Studio Combo A 1 x 12” combo based on boutique combos of the 1980s and 1990s. These models use multiple gain stages to generate smooth, sustain-heavy distortion and bold, bright, clean sounds. Can deliver a heavier sound when paired with a 4 x 12” cabinet. Boutique Retro Combo A 2 x 12” combo inspired by expensive modern amps that combine...

Logic Pro X: The residual effect

The residual effect The residual effect is a psychoacoustic phenomenon. Human beings can perceive the pitch of a note, even when the fundamental tone is completely missing. If you pull out all registers of a draw bar organ, except for the fundamental—16’—you’ll still perceive the same pitch. The sound becomes thinner, with less bass and less warmth, but the pitch remains the same. If human beings didn’t hear this way, it would make listening to music on a small transistor radio impossible...

Logic Pro X: Tweed Combos

Tweed Combos The Tweed models are based on American combos from the 1950s and early 1960s that helped define the sounds of blues, rock, and country music. They have warm, complex, clean sounds that progress smoothly through gentle distortion to raucous overdrive as you increase the gain. Even after half a century, Tweeds can still sound contemporary. Many modern boutique amplifiers are based on Tweed-style circuitry. Model Description Small Tweed Combo A 1 x 12” combo that transitions smoothly...

MainStage: Early voltage-controlled synthesizers

The precursors to the modern -day synthesizer were all based on tube circuitry, before the advent of the transistor in 1947....

Logic Pro X: A brief Hammond history

techniques. Its immense tonewheel generators filled a two-story building in New York. For a short period around this time, subscribers could order Telharmonium music over the New York telephone network (the streaming audio system of the time). The only amplification tool was the telephone mechanical diaphragm because a proper tube amplifier and acceptable speakers had not yet been invented. The Telharmonium was a commercial flop, but its historical status as the predecessor of modern electronic musical...

MainStage: Amp Designer amplifier controls

the maximum gain setting produces a powerful crunch sound. When you use the Vintage British Head or Modern British Head, the same gain setting produces heavy distortion, suitable for lead solos. Presence knob: Adjust the ultra-high frequency range—above the range of the Treble control. The Presence parameter affects only the output (Master) stage. Master knob: Set the output volume of the amplifier signal sent to the cabinet. For tube amplifiers, increasing the Master level typically produces a compressed...

MainStage: British Stacks

Stack Captures the sound of a late 1960s 50-watt amp famed for its powerful, smooth distortion. Notes retain clarity, even at maximum gain. After four decades this remains a definitive rock tone. Modern British Stack 1980s and 1990s descendants of the Vintage British amplifier head, which were optimized for hard rock and metal styles of the time. Tonally, it has a deeper and brighter sound at the low and high end, with a more “scooped” midrange than the Vintage British amp. Brown Stack Unique tones...

MainStage: British Combos

on early 1960s amps. Perfect for chiming chords and crisp solos. Small British Combo A 1 x 12” combo with half the power of the British Combo, this amp offers a darker, less open tone. Boutique British Combo A 2 x 12” combo that is a modern take on the original 1960s sound. The tone is thicker, with stronger lows and milder highs than the other British Combos. Tip: You can often use higher Treble and Presence knob settings with the British Combos than with other amp types. If the British Blues Combo...

MainStage: Auto Wah parameters

characteristic. Retro Wah: This setting mimics the sound of a popular vintage wah pedal. Modern Wah: This setting mimics the sound of a distortion wah pedal with a constant Q(uality) Factor setting. The Q determines the resonant characteristics. Low Q values affect a wider frequency range, resulting in softer resonances. High Q values affect a narrower frequency range, resulting in more pronounced emphasis. Opto Wah 1: This setting mimics the sound of a distortion wah pedal with a constant Q(uality) Factor...

MainStage 3 release notes

have been updated with new Retina-ready interfaces: Stereo Delay, Tape Delay, Sample Delay, Bitcrusher, Clip Distortion, Distortion, Phase Distortion, Adaptive Limiter, Limiter, Single Band EQ, AutoFilter, Levelmeter, Multimeter, Chorus, Ensemble, Flanger, Microphaser, Phaser, EnVerb, SilverVerb, Gain, Klopfgeist, Test Oscillator These plug-ins include the following new features:, New features and enhancements New, modern interface. Support for the Touch Bar on MacBook Pro. True stereo panning provides more...

iPod touch (7th generation) - Technical Specifications

India, Singapore, UK, U.S.), Chinese - Simplified (Handwriting, Pinyin, Stroke), Chinese - Traditional (Cangjie, Handwriting, Pinyin, Stroke, Sucheng, Zhuyin), French (Belgium, Canada, France, Switzerland), German (Austria, Germany, Switzerland), Italian, Japanese (Kana, Romaji), Korean, Spanish (Latin America, Mexico, Spain), Arabic ( Modern Standard, Najdi), Armenian, Azerbaijani, Belarusian, Bengali, Bulgarian, Catalan, Cherokee, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Emoji, Estonian, Filipino, Finnish...

Logic Pro X: Early voltage-controlled synthesizers

The precursors to the modern -day synthesizer were all based on tube circuitry, before the advent of the transistor in 1947....

Logic Pro X: British Combos

on early 1960s amps. Perfect for chiming chords and crisp solos. Small British Combo A 1 x 12” combo with half the power of the British Combo, this amp offers a darker, less open tone. Boutique British Combo A 2 x 12” combo that is a modern take on the original 1960s sound. The tone is thicker, with stronger lows and milder highs than the other British Combos. Tip: You can often use higher Treble and Presence knob settings with the British Combos than with other amp types. If the British Blues Combo...

Logic Pro X: Amp Designer amplifier controls

the maximum gain setting produces a powerful crunch sound. When you use the Vintage British Head or Modern British Head, the same gain setting produces heavy distortion, suitable for lead solos. Presence knob: Adjust the ultra-high frequency range—above the range of the Treble control. The Presence parameter affects only the output (Master) stage. Master knob: Set the output volume of the amplifier signal sent to the cabinet. For tube amplifiers, increasing the Master level typically produces a compressed...

Logic Pro X: British Stacks

Stack Captures the sound of a late 1960s 50-watt amp famed for its powerful, smooth distortion. Notes retain clarity, even at maximum gain. After four decades this remains a definitive rock tone. Modern British Stack 1980s and 1990s descendants of the Vintage British amplifier head, which were optimized for hard rock and metal styles of the time. Tonally, it has a deeper and brighter sound at the low and high end, with a more “scooped” midrange than the Vintage British amp. Brown Stack Unique tones...

Logic Pro X: Auto Wah parameters

characteristic. Retro Wah: This setting mimics the sound of a popular vintage wah pedal. Modern Wah: This setting mimics the sound of a distortion wah pedal with a constant Q(uality) Factor setting. The Q determines the resonant characteristics. Low Q values affect a wider frequency range, resulting in softer resonances. High Q values affect a narrower frequency range, resulting in more pronounced emphasis. Opto Wah 1: This setting mimics the sound of a distortion wah pedal with a constant Q(uality) Factor...

What's New in Compressor

Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) format for high quality at smaller file sizes. Learn more Create MXF files using a variety of new export presets and parameter controls. Learn more Export 360° video files with embedded industry-standard spherical metadata. Support for monoscopic and stereoscopic 360° formats. Deliver HDR video as P3 D65 PQ, and Rec. 2020 HLG, and Rec. 2020 PQ for HDR10. Easily convert HDR to Standard Dynamic Range (SDR) video. Create a custom HEVC export setting in Compressor and use...

GarageBand for Mac: Use the amp controls

setting produces a powerful crunch sound. When you use the Vintage British Head or Modern British Head, the same gain setting produces heavy distortion, suitable for lead solos. Presence knob: Adjust the ultra-high frequency range—above the range of the Treble control. The Presence knob affects only the output (Master) stage. Master knob: Set the output volume of the amplifier signal sent to the cabinet. For tube amplifiers, increasing the Master level typically produces a compressed and saturated...