2021.11.28 20:11 anastasija-bakes First attempt at ombré! ❄️ (And coffin shape) A little wonky. Any tips appreciated.
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2021.11.28 20:11 MysticOhG08 Ben Nicholson-Smith on Twitter #BlueJays being described as very active right now (as you’d expect). Lots of needs to think about, including multiple SP, more bullpen help & at least one infielder (Semien now off the list). Catchers & OFs have been drawing interest, which opens up trade options too
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2021.11.28 20:11 Solfaroiy Centaurify - ⚡ Launching Now on BSC
CENTAURIFY in a nutshell:
Imagine if TicketMaster was built on a blockchain, with NFTs representing tickets. 100% traceable, impossible to counterfeit, and programmable re-sale conditions that protect both the consumers and the event host.
Centaurify - Tokenizing tickets with NFT & smart contract technology. Your Live Event & Music NFT Universe. With fiat on ramps as well as a music NFT marketplace!
We allow organizers to mint their own NFT-tickets, setting their rules of the smart-contract tokenomics to reward themselves, their artists & their audience on every transaction on the secondary market.
- We allow organizers to set maximum re-sale price to prevent scalping.
- Organizers will secure their audience by using Centurify. NFT-tickets are 100% traceable and are impossible to counterfeit.
- Artists gets fixed 2% automated reflection on every NFT-Ticket transaction from Centaurify.
✅Liquidity lock: https://www.pinksale.finance/#/pinklock/record/3974?chain=BSC
✅Contract Address: 0xE2B10d9EAbaBAD2E44e77ea8E64B840BCC80656E
☘️ CLMD (14 platinum awarded DJ) a part of the core team
☘️ Team based in Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Estonia
☘️ Listed at MEXC and CMC today
✨ Website: https://centaurify.in/
✨ Telegram: https://t.me/CentaurifyGobal
✨ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CentaurifyBSC
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2021.11.28 20:11 lc6591 GFI outlet frying my Xmas lights?
I have a GFI outlet that is seemingly frying my Christmas lights. After they are plugged in for about 5 to 10 minutes the first strand in the set stops working. But if I plug something else in, like a phone charger or otherwise, everything works fine.
I thought it was just a bad strand but it’s happened three times now. Resetting the outlet does nothing all all.
I tried using an extension cord between the outlet and lights and that also worked for about 10 minutes before they went out.
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2021.11.28 20:11 kiroxan Proof of Time
This new asset acquires intrinsic value and becomes the only valuable currency that is influenced by its scarcity. The “Time Total Supply” is 86400 seconds added every day from its launch the 26-Jun-2021 ( https://etherscan.io/tx/0xd1b7e91da130261aca3c514e365bfc1de5093a1592727d295e41f3d45b36bc69 )
Time minting :
after one day 86400 seconds whoever claims the day has finished gets the reward, it can be a 1-second reward when competition is high or a month's reward when there is no competition. then the cycle starts again
Mr time: in time we trust ( https://time.market )
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2021.11.28 20:11 AlexWFS Gotta fill those stabilizer slots with something I guess.
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2021.11.28 20:11 JayTLLTF Libertarian socialist "Social Convergence Party" made an short anime of their candidate Gabriel Boric who is favorite in the second round of the chilean elections
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2021.11.28 20:11 questionzerozx In a Rut When You're Making Beats? Here are some tricks and tricks that helped me, and hopefully you too.
Producing music is one of the most exciting and fun parts of being a producer. You have endless options and the potential to create something new. Once you have a general idea, how do you proceed?
It can be difficult and frustrating to take a melody or 8-bar loop and turn it into a professionally produced song. This guide will show you how to speed up the process and produce songs quicker. You can create a complete track using a simple melody, drum pattern, chords, or even a few produced sections.
- PRODUCE HORIZONTALLY BEFORE PRODUCING "VERTICALLY"
It can be challenging to grasp this technique. Horizontal production means that you work left to the right within your DAW. Your song's horizontal arrangement is what creates the structure and songwriting. For example, looking at a finished piece left to right may have a structure like Intro-Verse-PreChorus-Chorus-Verse, etc.
If we look at a song from top to bottom, or "vertically," we can see the instrumentation and layers in each section. These elements can include Melody Layer 1, Melody Layer 2, Arp, and Drums Percussion Sub Bass, among others.
This is where you should first flesh out the arrangement and structure for the song before getting too involved in the instrumentation and layering (or producing vertically). It's like building a house from a wooden frame before adding furniture to it. Creating a skeletal version first makes it more accessible. This eliminates all guesswork. It eliminates the need to guess what happens after the first drop. This also helps improve workflow. This method makes it easier to produce because you fill in the gaps rather than figure out what the next section is.
- CREATING A SKETCH OR STRUCTURE
How should the skeletal version be stripped down? It all depends on the producer. My chord structure I prefer to be laid out first. This is often the main focus of my music and the element that I work with the most. Every chord progression will be laid out using a simple synth sound or a piano. To make it feel more alive, I may also add a simple drum beat to the track. This forces me to determine where each section begins and ends. You can eliminate guesswork from your production. The blueprint is what you use to create music.
If your music is more about drums and bass, you can use these elements to build your track skeleton. This approach focuses on building the framework to support your song before moving onto 'vertical' elements such as mixing, layering, and sound design. You will be able to finish songs quicker if you get the basics right before getting into the fine details.
It can help you arrange and structure your songs by producing horizontally first before vertically. This allows you to think about how these elements will work in your music. Newer producers, for example, don't pay much attention to the structure of songs. As they move from one section of the song to the next, they often develop naturally. This can lead to music that is choppy or shortsighted. It can make a massive difference in the quality of your arrangement as well as the time it takes to complete songs.
- DO NOT OVERDO IT!
Many producers start by producing a full intro and chorus. After that, they become stuck. Hearing a finished section being followed by an unfinished one is part of this. A new section may feel flat or lose its energy.
This is frustrating because the sections don't flow together naturally until they are finished. This is also why we can't move past an 8- or 16-bar loop.
Also, if we only produce one section at a given time, it can lead to losing sight of the original idea that made them unique. A finished intro might not be as special after you have listened to it 500 times and worked out the arrangement. You might become less sensitive to an idea you thought was great after hearing it many times.
After producing the first great section, you need to avoid over-producing. You can add unnecessary elements to your song if you don't do the rest of it well enough. Over-producing refers to adding too many features into a song. This can lead to your song sounding too busy, cluttered or cause it to lose its direction and focus.
To avoid producing too much, you can streamline your production process. Try to do more work in a shorter time. This will ensure that your original material feels fresh even after you have finished production. It is also a great way of ensuring your workflow runs smoothly by producing horizontally first before you produce vertically.
- USE THE MUSIC YOU LOVE FOR A REFERENCE
Many producers struggle to decide which elements are best for a specific section of music. It is possible to ask questions such as "Are these chords better in the verse than the chorus?". As you gain experience, your decision-making skills will improve. If you are unsure, think about the artists you admire. You can use their music to help you improve your music. Use elements from the songs you like as a starting point for your productions.
You can find out the chords used by other musicians. Listen to a song you like, and then use a keyboard to determine the chords' root notes. From there, you can build your chords. It is also possible to draw diagrams of the drum patterns that change from one section to another. You can also listen to how the FX and drum fill help to transition between sections.
The song structure is the same. To use another artist's song as a guide, you can add it to your DAW. Label each section of the arrangement, for example. This is not "stealing." It is simply learning common song structures. It is essential to be familiar with the basic principles and nuances of any music you enjoy. These elements can be used to help you decide how your music should sound. It's okay to use music from other artists as a tool.
- QUICK GENERAL TIPS FOR FINISHING SONGS
These are 5 quick and easy tips that will help you stay motivated and productive while producing music.
1. DON'T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE BREAKS.
After an 8-hour session in a studio, our ears become tired and fatigued. You should take 20-30 minute breaks every 2 hours. You can also take longer breaks from a song. You can take a break from the song for a day, a week, or more. You'll be able to see details you missed before you return to the song. You can also take breaks to help you reset and get back on track.
2. SET DEADLINES
When you work under deadlines, your productivity and motivation increase dramatically. We are used to having other people set deadlines for our work. You'll be amazed at what you can accomplish if you establish deadlines and follow them.
3. FIND THE THINGS THAT INSPIRE YOU
If I feel tired or lacking in ideas, I will watch videos of other musicians performing or producing music. When I see other producers create something from nothing, it puts me in a new space where I can say, "Hey! You can do it too!"
4. WORK ON SOMETHING ELSE
You can stop focusing on one song and make progress elsewhere if you are working on another. Producing music is not the only part of it. There are many other aspects to creating music. Sound design is one example. Many producers have sound design sessions dedicated to sound design but don't actually work on any tracks. Instead, they create new sounds for future projects. These new sounds could even be the inspiration for new songs. You can also go sample hunting. Bad sample selection is one of the biggest problems I see in novice producers. There is no reason why every producer should have the same sample selections. It is as simple as taking the time to search for them. Use your Splice account!
5. JUST START
If you don't begin songs, you can't finish them. Making music is hard enough without convincing yourself to get down on your feet and start working. Many times I have felt like giving up on writing a song. Or, I will sit down and open my DAW. Then, I'll listen once more, then close it. Make a deal with yourself when you feel unmotivated. You could say to yourself, "If you work on a track for 30 mins, you can stop." My experience is that once I force myself to work for 30 minutes, any feelings I had about not wanting to work are gone. If that doesn't happen, then at least you have 30 minutes of work.
Making choices are the key to making progress and finishing music. You can be more confident and informed about your choices and make things happen faster. Go out and finish your songs!
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2021.11.28 20:11 Chariot-of-Belenus You've made front page of every newspaper, what's your moniker?
2021.11.28 20:11 darrisguy bambi
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2021.11.28 20:11 jasc92 Remember that time Marcy tried to get the girls to play Creatures and Caverns?
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2021.11.28 20:11 skyris_ Is there a point to keep your stream alive?
I’ve kept my stream up for 5 hours now but the viewers go up by about 1 everytime I interact with the stream and I haven’t gained any more xp since the amount I received when I first started the stream.
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2021.11.28 20:11 funnymon12 Im seeing Kitas being sold for 10 bucks and Hanas being sold for 60 bucks!?!
2021.11.28 20:11 theFakeArtist Anyone else have microphone issues with Windows 11 on the 2018 Matebook?
Ever since I installed it everyone has been saying my mic is super quiet and installing drivers or changing microphone sensitivity does not help. Using different mics on headphones also don't work. In fact for some headphone the mic doesn't work at all.
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2021.11.28 20:11 a-Sociopath People who have a working template, what are we doing?
Sorry if the post comes off as too privileged, but I'm genuinely stumped. I think a lot of the active members of the sub might have a very good and (pretty much) working template. 4 premium defenders, Livra, Salah, Jota/Foden/both, Antonio, Toney. Some of the lucky ones like me might even have a transfer to burn. Now what? For the first time in a few years I'm seriously considering burning a transfer.
Reason: No transfer seems to be worth making. Hwang to Watford forward isn't due until next week because of the fixture. Toney just seems to be hitting stride when I wanted to bin him for Armstrong. Raphinha is like the oasis in the desert and a move to Bernardo might hurt if I were to get Kane/Ronaldo and a move to Gallagher may backfire because of the change in the Palace setup apparently. ESR is a decent option but not overwhelmingly popular I guess. And no one knows for now whether Antonio to Ronaldo/Kane or Foden to Son is an upgrade in reality.
And people in that weird spot can't upgrade the Postman to Jota which should be a serious priority. Am I crazy that I'm looking for problems when there are none?
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2021.11.28 20:11 noeyescomp Sunlight makes the colors really pop.
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2021.11.28 20:11 cashredd Fuck this Hyosung Atm. Damn garbage
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2021.11.28 20:11 RefrigeratorNo7551 D4C being a lil sus
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2021.11.28 20:11 mygaythrowaway_KY Am I shadowbanned
2021.11.28 20:11 Merattle Regirock, Regice and Registeel on me, show you’re online 😊
2021.11.28 20:11 tonlah does anyone have a spare Tweeter? I can clone it and send it back
2021.11.28 20:11 cpguy5089 [Support] Are stiff/sticky crowns common? And/or how to fix?
Recently on my S3 I've been noticing the crown can get a little stuck at times.
I don't believe I've gotten it dirty or done anything that would get some gunk stuck in there, but it's always possible it naturally collects stuff over time and ends up like that.
It's a pretty tiny gap, so I can't exactly do the usual q-tip with alcohol to clean it if it is dirty in there.
Anyone got tips/advice on this matter?
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2021.11.28 20:11 orangeturtles9292 Finally a reason to break out my grandma's vintage holiday shirts 🎄
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2021.11.28 20:11 mr___feet high quality dark side if the clouds album cover
2021.11.28 20:11 DeathJaws-321 Hypothetical scenario (3 out of 3)