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    Music Narrative Essay

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    summer of 2001; my oldest sister, of the two, would always drive around in our hometown playing her favorite alternative rock tracks. It was calming driving the backshore, with the waves crashing into the rocks. It was like I was at peace sitting in the backseat of her jeep, just watching the ocean; I could feel myself hearing Stone Temple Pilots. At that moment, I was sure I found my liking, and that would be rock and roll. When artists like Radiohead and the Foo Fighters came on, I’d be so intrigued on how well they constructed a song. In that time, I knew I would want to be like them one day. At the age of ten, I asked my parents for my first guitar. The guitar was a classic, old school fender that has seen better days. It came with an amplifier. All was worth about thirty bucks. Regardless, however, it was my first real musical instrument that I owned. I tried fixing it up the best I could, putting new strings on it. When it did play, I Just would be the happiest kid. The feeling of hitting the notes had been extraordinary. Of course like any beginner, I wasn’t great at playing, I didn’t even know the chords. My parents disliked it and my sisters had always said I would never be able to play well enough. With that, I wanted to prove them wrong, it was my destiny to learn the guitar and master it. I started visiting an old friend of mine’s house to just jam out and make songs for fun. His name was Louie, a very quirky little Greek kid. He was a little know-it all, for…

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    The Importance Of Reamping

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    effective trick and a common technique. In a nutshell, use a reamping box to record a dry signal to your DAW while listening to the tailored tone from your amp. Next, use the reamping box to play the dry performance back to your guitar amp. You can dial in alternate tones using the same performance that has already been captured. Mic the amp as usual and record these alternate tones till your heart’s content. This is a great way to layer different sounds while using just one take. Let’s…

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    Car Audio Enthusiast

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    Need an amp to boost your system so it doesn't skip a beat? Then this review is for you. Purchasing a new amplifier for your automobile can in fact be easy, fun, and cheap. Don't believe me, read on. There are plenty of options available for the car audio enthusiast, with many powerful models being priced under $100. A quality, mid level, car audio system can be very reasonably priced as long as you, the consumer, do some research on your own and shop around for the best deals. Read customer…

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    So you 've decided you want to be a rockstar, eh? You 've decided that you 're going to join the likes of Hendrix, Clapton, Page, Stevie Ray and Slash as a rock n ' roll and guitar icon. Well, before you get too famous and lose yourself in either your music or drugs and alcohol, you have to get a guitar to begin with. It can be daunting to go into a guitar store and see millions of guitars, some for $200 and some for $2000. So which ones should you go for and what should you be looking at? Well…

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    Title of Song: Jekyll and Hyde Artist: Five Finger Death Punch Speaker: From whose point of view is the song being sung? The song is being sung from the perspective of a man talking about everyone’s dark side/inner demons. Setting: when does your song take place? The song takes place in 2015. Subject/Topic: What is the song mainly about? The song is mainly about fighting against one’s inner demons. Mood: What is the mood of the song? How does it make you feel? Does it change? The mood…

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    Silence, after a hard day of school, all I wanted was to relax to the ballads of 50 cent, and I got silence. The bass must have shifted an exposed wire and shorted the amplifier, I fixed this a few times before that it almost became routine, but it was not a shorted wire. Troubleshoot, no solution, what could it be? My set up was almost perfect, lacking solely in achievable decibels. Second hand children science encyclopedias along with Questions and Answers books got me this far and for a…

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    Guitar History

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    in mind the style of music you will be playing. It is no good buying a "shred-master" metal machine if your primary musical influences are jazz or blues. Take a look at the players you often listen to and see what they are using. Most players will cite a particular model or type of guitar as being best for a particular style of music. An example would be using hollow body electrics for jazz or Telecasters for country music. However, there are no rules, and the general wisdom is at best a…

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    Ecg Lab Report

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    The aim of this project is to develop an Electrocardiography (ECG) amplifier circuit from scratch. The main challenges include amplifying the desired week signal in the presence of noise from other muscles and electrical sources. As this semester was about transistors we had to use transistors at some stage in this project. The project was successfully designed and built in two ways: one with solely using operational amplifiers and other using transistors as differential amplifiers.…

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    Guitar History

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    The very first electronic amplifiers were made for guitars and the first guitar amplifier didn’t appear until the 1930’s, when an amplifier for the Hawaiian steel guitar was developed. Most people believe the first guitar amp was a fender, however some research suggests it was a ford, made when an electrolytic capacitor tube was made with a built in power supply that was now able to be plugged into walls. These amplifiers had terrible bass and treble and the only controls allowed for treble…

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    That being said, the experimenters noted some values to be inconsistent with the accepted values, namely the values obtained for the CMRR of each amplifier, as the CMRR values were significantly lower than the accepted values, and the CMRR value for the instrumentation amplifier was less than the CMRR value for the differential gain amplifier, as the converse is supposed to be true. The experimenters believed that equipment capabilities or noise in the environment and circuit may have…

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