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Logic Pro X: Glossary

transmission format for professional stereo digital audio signals also called AES/EBU. The format is similar to S/P-DIF, but uses balanced line drivers at a higher voltage. Depending on the type of devices involved, AES/EBU and S/P-DIF coaxial interfaces can communicate directly. See also S/P-DIF. aftertouch A MIDI data type generated by pressure on keys after they have been struck. There are two types — channel aftertouch, the value of which is measured by a full length keyboard sensor and that affects...

GarageBand for Mac: Glossary

The time signature of a project shows the number of beats in each bar, and the note value of each beat. See also bar. bpm Abbreviation for beats per minute. Bpm is used to indicate the tempo of a piece of music. See also tempo. chord A set of notes played together. Chords can be major or minor, and can also have a seventh (7th) or other added notes. When you play a chord on a software instrument track, the chord name appears in the LCD. chorus (1) A section of a song that is usually repeated...

Logic Express 8 - Technical Specifications

notation Chord symbols Adaptive lyric input Automatic multibar rests Comprehensive palette of slurs, crescendis, and other ornaments Staff Styles for easy recall of multiple stave attributes Score Sets allow instruments to be combined for editing and print Layout and printing of complete professional scores Robust video playback features Embedded or floating video window display Digital Cinema Desktop for display of full screen video on second monitor External video output via Firewire or DVCPro HD...

Shake 4.0 - Technical Specifications

or Blackmagic DeckLink card required to preview composites on a broadcast video monitor . Linux 1GHz Pentium III, Pentium 4, or AMD Athlon processor or faster. Red Hat Linux 9. 512MB of RAM or more. 1GB of disk space for caching and temporary files. Workstation-class graphics card, such as NVIDIA Quadro2 or Quadro4 with NVIDIA 7664 drivers or higher. Display with 1280-by-1024-pixel resolution and 24-bit color. Three-button mouse. Licensing Shake for Mac OS X is available as a single workstation license...

Shake 4.1 - Technical Specifications

resolution and 24-bit color Three-button mouse Optional: AJA Kona or Blackmagic DeckLink card required to preview composites on a broadcast video monitor Minimum Requirements for Render-Only Workstations 500 megahertz (MHz) or higher PowerPC G4, PowerPC G5 or Intel Core processor Mac OS X v10.4.6 (or later) QuickTime 7.0.4 (or later) 1 GB local disk space for caching and temporary files 256 MB of RAM Features Compositing Process tree-based compositing Control over bit depth at a local node level Mix...

Shake 4.1 - Technical Specifications

AJA Kona or Blackmagic DeckLink card required to preview composites on a broadcast video monitor . Linux 1GHz (or faster) Pentium III, Pentium 4, or AMD Athlon processor or faster. Fedora Core 4. 512MB (or more) of RAM. 1GB hard disk space for disk cache. Workstation-class graphics card, such as NVIDIA Quadro2 or Quadro4. Display with 1280-by-1024-pixel or 1440-by-900-pixel resolution and 24-bit color. Three-button mouse. Technical Specifications Compositing Process tree-based compositing...

Motion 4 - Technical Specifications

their life or add behaviors like orbit and vortex for amazing 3D results with little effort Paint Effects Paint with pressure -sensitive vector-based brush strokes Select from over 100 customizable brush styles from traditional to abstract Modify brush width, color, opacity, and jitter over the stroke path Automatically draw on and draw off with full customization Edit brush strokes as Bezier or advanced B-spline paths Rotate the stroke in 3D space with “Face-Camera” control for volumetric 3D strokes...

Shake 3.5 - Technical Specifications

correction. Warps New shape-based warper and morpher nodes. Randomization and turbulence. Image-driven warping. Expression-based warping for an infinite variety of warps. Twirl and Pincushion. Paint Procedural, pressure sensitive vector-based paint node. Insert Paint nodes anywhere in the process tree. Flexible paint modes including clone, reveal, smudge and more. Apply tracking data to paint strokes. View Paint strokes in the context of transform operations. Switch interpolation modes at any time...

Final Cut Studio 2: Motion 3 - Technical Specifications

for particle cells •Scale particles over their life or add behaviors like orbit and vortex for amazing 3D results with little effort Paint Effects •Paint with pressure -sensitive vector-based brush strokes •Select from over 100 customizable brush styles from traditional to abstract •Modify brush width, color, opacity, jitter over the stroke path •Automatically draw on and draw off with full customization •Edit brush strokes as Bezier or advanced B-spline paths •Rotate the stroke in 3D space with "Face...

MainStage: Precursors to the synthesizer

Sackbut in 1945. The design of this monophonic instrument resembled that of a synthesizer, but it featured an enormously expressive keyboard that responded not only to key velocity and pressure but also to lateral motion. The instruments discussed thus far were all designed to be played in real time. Relatively early, however, people began to develop instruments that combined electronic sound generators and sequencers. The first instrument of this kind—named the Automatically Operating Musical...

Shake 3.0 - Technical Specifications

and turbulence. Image-driven warping. Expression-based warping for an infinite variety of warps. Twirl and Pincushion. Paint Procedural, pressure sensitive vector-based paint node. Insert Paint nodes anywhere in the process tree. Flexible paint modes including clone, reveal, smudge and more. New: Apply tracking data to paint strokes. View Paint strokes in the context of transform operations. Switch interpolation modes at any time: single frame, persistent and frame to frame interpolation. Animation...

Logic Pro X: Precursors to the synthesizer

Sackbut in 1945. The design of this monophonic instrument resembled that of a synthesizer, but it featured an enormously expressive keyboard that responded not only to key velocity and pressure but also to lateral motion. The instruments discussed thus far were all designed to be played in real time. Relatively early, however, people began to develop instruments that combined electronic sound generators and sequencers. The first instrument of this kind—named the Automatically Operating Musical...

hi I just bought new imac and its taking all 8gb of RAM just to browse safari. How much RAM imac use just for being switch on? while writing to you now i have only 16 MB free.

hi I just bought new imac and its taking all 8gb of RAM just to browse safari. How much RAM imac use just for being switch on? while writing to you now i have only 16 MB free....

Impulse Response Utility

recording setup 8 Speaker and microphone placement 8 Speaker and microphone placement overview 9 Virtual listener approach 10 Auralization approach 11 Virtual echo chamber approach 12 Chapter 3: Create impulse responses 12 Impulse Response Utility workflow 13 Create an Impulse Response Utility project 13 Set up audio I/O and monitoring 14 Audio track parameters 16 Sweep Generator 17 Record audio in Impulse Response Utility 20 Deconvolve your impulse response 20 Edit your impulse response 22 Audition...

iPad User Guide for iOS 8.4

Charge and monitor the battery 46 Travel with iPad 47 Chapter 4: Siri 47 Use Siri 48 Siri and apps 48 Tell Siri about yourself 48 Make corrections 48 Siri settings 49 Chapter 5: Messages 49 iMessage service 50 Send and receive messages 51 Manage conversations 51 Share photos, videos, your location, and more 52 Messages settings 53 Chapter 6: Mail 53 Write messages 54 Get a sneak peek 54 Finish a message later 55 See important messages 56 Attachments 56 Work with multiple messages 57 See and save...

iPod touch User Guide for iOS 8.4

Your iPod touch name 18 View this user guide on iPod touch 18 Tips for using iOS 8 19 Chapter 3: Basics 19 Use apps 22 Continuity 23 Customize iPod touch 25 Type text 27 Dictate 28 Voice Control 29 Search 30 Control Center 30 Alerts and Notification Center 31 Sounds and silence 31 Do Not Disturb 32 Sharing 34 iCloud Drive 35 Transfer files 35 AirPlay 35 AirPrint 36 Bluetooth devices 36 Restrictions 2 37 Privacy 37 Security 39 Charge and monitor the battery 40 Travel with iPod touch 41 Chapter 4...

iPhone User Guide for iOS 8.4

Your iPhone name 22 View this user guide on iPhone 22 Tips for using iOS 8 23 Chapter 3: Basics 23 Use apps 26 Continuity 28 Customize iPhone 30 Type text 32 Dictate 33 Voice Control 34 Search 35 Control Center 35 Alerts and Notification Center 36 Sounds and silence 37 Do Not Disturb 37 Sharing 39 iCloud Drive 40 Transfer files 40 Personal Hotspot 41 AirPlay 2 41 AirPrint 41 Use an Apple headset 42 Bluetooth devices 43 Restrictions 43 Privacy 44 Security 46 Charge and monitor the battery 47 Travel...

MainStage 3 Effects

Direction Mixer 136 Direction Mixer overview 137 Stereo miking techniques 139 Stereo Spread 140 Chapter 8: Metering tools 140 Metering tools overview 140 BPM Counter 141 Correlation Meter 141 Level Meter plug-in 142 MultiMeter 142 MultiMeter overview 143 MultiMeter Analyzer parameters 144 MultiMeter Goniometer parameters 145 MultiMeter Level Meter 145 MultiMeter Correlation Meter 146 MultiMeter Peak parameters 147 Use the Tuner utility 148 Chapter 9: MIDI plug-ins 148 Use MIDI plug-ins 149 Arpeggiator...

Logic Pro X Effects

136 Auto Wah parameters 138 Fuzz-Wah Compressor parameters 138 Fuzz parameters 139 Spectral Gate 139 Spectral Gate overview 140 Use Spectral Gate 141 Chapter 7: Imaging processors 141 Imaging processors overview 141 Binaural Post-Processing 142 Direction Mixer 142 Direction Mixer overview 143 Stereo miking techniques 145 Stereo Spread 146 Chapter 8: Metering tools 146 Metering tools overview 146 BPM Counter 147 Correlation Meter 147 Level Meter plug-in 148 MultiMeter 148 MultiMeter overview 149...

MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2016) - Essentials

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MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Four Thunderbolt 3 ports) - Essentials

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MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports) - Essentials

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MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2016) - Essentials

trackpad gestures—scroll through webpages, zoom in on documents, rotate photos, and more. With the Force Touch trackpad, pressure - sensing capabilities add another level of interactivity. The trackpad provides feedback—when you drag or rotate objects, you feel a subtle vibration when they’re aligned, allowing you to work with greater precision. Here are some common gestures: Click: Press anywhere on the trackpad. Or enable “Tap to click” in Trackpad preferences, and simply tap. Force click: Click...

iPad User Guide for iOS 7.1

International settings 18 View this user guide on iPad 19 Chapter 3: Basics 19 Use apps 21 Customize iPad 23 Type text 26 Dictation 27 Search 28 Control Center 28 Alerts and Notification Center 29 Sounds and silence 29 Do Not Disturb 30 AirDrop, iCloud, and other ways to share 30 Transfer files 31 Personal Hotspot 31 AirPlay 32 AirPrint 32 Bluetooth devices 32 Restrictions 33 Privacy 2 33 Security 35 Charge and monitor the battery 36 Travel with iPad 37 Chapter 4: Siri 37 Use Siri 38 Tell Siri about...

iPod touch User Guide for iOS 7.1

name 18 Viewing this user guide on iPod touch 19 Chapter 3: Basics 19 Use apps 21 Customize iPod touch 23 Type text 25 Dictate 26 Voice Control 27 Search 27 Control Center 28 Alerts and Notification Center 28 Sounds and silence 29 Do Not Disturb 29 AirDrop, iCloud, and other ways to share 30 Transfer files 30 AirPlay 30 AirPrint 31 Bluetooth devices 31 Restrictions 31 Privacy 32 Security 34 Charge and monitor the battery 35 Travel with iPod touch 2 36 Chapter 4: Siri 36 Make requests 37 Tell...

iPhone User Guide for iOS 7.1

Your iPhone name 20 View this user guide on iPhone 21 Chapter 3: Basics 21 Use apps 23 Customize iPhone 25 Type text 28 Dictate 29 Voice Control 30 Search 30 Control Center 31 Alerts and Notification Center 32 Sounds and silence 32 Do Not Disturb 32 AirDrop, iCloud, and other ways to share 33 Transfer files 33 Personal Hotspot 34 AirPlay 34 AirPrint 35 Use an Apple headset 35 Bluetooth devices 36 Restrictions 2 36 Privacy 37 Security 39 Charge and monitor the battery 40 Travel with iPhone 41 Chapter 4...

MacBook (13-inch) - User Guide

MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015) - Essentials

trackpad gestures—scroll through webpages, zoom in on documents, rotate photos, and more. With the Force Touch trackpad, pressure - sensing capabilities add another level of interactivity. The trackpad provides feedback—when you drag or rotate objects, you feel a subtle vibration when they’re aligned, allowing you to work with greater precision. Here are some common gestures: Click: Press anywhere on the trackpad. Or enable “Tap to click” in Trackpad preferences, and simply tap. Force click: Click...

MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2015) - Essentials

between apps: To switch from one full-screen app to another, swipe left or right with three or four fingers. Customize your gestures. Choose Apple menu > System Preferences or click the System Preferences icon in the Dock, then click Trackpad. In Trackpad preferences you can: • Learn more about each gesture • Set the pressure you prefer to use • Decide whether to use pressure -sensing features • Customize other trackpad features Tip: If you find you’re force clicking when you don’t intend to, try...

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