Going along with the Thursday theme, I put together this hardware/software sampler set PIF.
Again, thanks to the community and the generosity here.
Winner will receive the following: http://imgur.com/a/mZpbFbQ
CONUS only for this PIF, as the aftershaves contain alcohol.... keep reading on reddit ➡
Interested in rotating hemp into my rotation, the local shops that have hemp don’t look very good. I’ve heard of Cascadia and 8 horses but that’s about it. Any recommendations?
I want to start a food business, but before that I need some feedbacks. If you're interested in trying my foods and rate them please let me know.
The menu contains desserts, pastries, breakfast parfaits, homemade granola, and some mediterranean style appetizers. There are gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options.
-Vanilla pudding with banana
-Dough balls with ground beef-cheese filling
-Turkish style red lentil balls- red lentil, bulgur, tomato paste, parsley and scallion
-Tabbouleh: bulgur, parsley, tomato, mint, dill, lemon.
-Bosnian style walnut semolina cake with syrup: wheat and semolina flours, walnut, egg, vanilla.
I want to try out some different strains before I pull the trigger and buy any big amount. I was thinking about trying Kush stations welcome pack but a lot of their stuff is out of stock. Any suggestions?
Hello. I have a few random bits here I have no need for and am giving them away to good homes. All I'm asking in exchange is a few dollars paid via Paypal to cover shipping.
PICTURE OF ALL ITEMS: https://i.imgur.com/KtYg653.jpg
If interested in anything please provide your zip code so I can estimate shipping. Thanks!
Just starting my mech journey. I'm looking for a cherry tester in the uk any suggestions?
Hello! I inherited a sampler from my mother in law, but the name of the girl who made it does not show up anywhere on her highly detailed family tree.
The sampler says it was made by a girl named "F. Quinlan" and that she was 10 years old when she made it in March of 1824.
Family members lived in the following states in 1824:
Colorado (arrived in 1860)
Salinas, California (arrived in late 1850s)
I haven't had much luck searching on ancestry.com, so I would really appreciate it if anyone canhelp identify her. I really like the sampler and have it hanging on my wall, but if I can find any descendants of hers I would happily give it to them. I would do this because I would hope that anyone else who might have something made by my ancestor would do the same :-)
Here is a link to some pictures: [https://imgur.com/a/tDdfEAo](https... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hey everyone, I'm back!
Seven months ago, I asked what audio plugins y'all wanted me to make, and an affordable beat repeat sampler was voted up to the top. So, after much coding, testing, and debugging, I'm proud to announce that my new plugin, Key Repeat, is now out!
Essentially, Key Repeat lets you record complex hi-hat patterns and snare rolls in real time. For more info and the download links (VST3 and AU), check out the official site.
Key Repeat is free to use! If you really like it, all I ask is that you tell your friends about it too :)
P.S. this is an xpost
I'm sorry if this is an inane question, but the website only shows £ and not in $. Is there any way I can get a hold of one of these gorgeous patterns stateside?
Not so much a complaint but genuine curiosity.
I own a Novation Circuit and am looking into getting an affordable sampler to compliment it. Wherever I look I see memory referred to in terms of megabytes and sample time in terms of seconds.
Isn't memory cheap enough nowadays that it should be possible to put gigabytes into these devices instead of just a few megabytes?
The Electribe Sampler 2 (the red-ish one) is an excellent piece of kit but there are a few drawbacks you'll need to be aware of.
It comes pre-loaded with korg samples which can be good but fill up more than half the space on it (in case you're keen on quickly filling it up with samples) 1st thing i did was wipe them and fill it with my own, which can be done AND reversed so that's handy.
One MAJOR drawback: I dont know if this happened with some or all of them but there's a very common problem with a high pitched whining noise. In mine it only occurs when I have the audio-in activated (audio-in is necessary if you want to record directly onto the machine) but as annoying as that is I just keep it off as I've other ways to record and load in samples just fine. I understand if that defeats the purpose of the machine for a lot of people.
A fair bit of the machine involves menu diving which can be a bit of a hurdle - especially if you want to just use it live straight away like I did -... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hi everyone. I don’t know if this is the right place, but I thought that some of you may have experience with this.
A couple of days ago I received one of those sampler 2ml vials of Carolina Herrera VIP Men, and I finished it. Today I bought the full 100ml bottle and, because I cant find this little empty bottles, I want to refill the old vial. The only problem I have is that I cant find a way to open it, and im afraid to break it. Does anyone know a way to open the vial or refill it without damaging it?
Thanks in advance
Hi everybody! Has anyone seen any interesting samplers on Margaret Mitchell's book Gone With the Wind? It's my favorite book, but I couldn't find any patterns in beautiful sampler style. I'll think about create it myself, but maybe somebody stitched it? Would you please show me if somebody sell it?
Coming from VirtualDJ, I really enjoy the feature where I can loop my drum samples and change the tempo. Ex. I can loop my kick drum at 1/32-8 speed, and I like to bounce between the 1/8-4 speed on buildups and stuff. Or even just at 8 for a consistent drum loop in a song that doesn't have.
Just got Rekordbox this week with a Pioneer Controller, was using Numark controller I got for free before. Playing around with the sampler I know I can manually fire one shots with the pad or I can loop, but I can't seem to figure out how to change the speed at which the loop plays.
How can I make so a sampler is heard across the whole map like taco cove
This sub has been a big supporter of the Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off, so I wanted to share this with all of you.
In furtherance of the mission of SPFBO, over 70 authors from contests past and present have come together to create the first-ever SPFBO Sampler, containing previews of the titles they have entered in one convenient package.
The Sampler features a foreword by Mark Lawrence and a cover by SPFBO entrant Luke Tarzian.
Please check out the launch post on Fantasy Book Critic below and I hope you find your next great read in the Sampler!
Today we're thrilled to announce the official launch of The SPFBO Sampler! Looking to dive into the world of indie fantasy novels, but don't know where to start? Here's the perfect place to get a taste of the works of over 70 self-published authors... keep reading on reddit ➡