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The rythmic, choppy, buffered and tempo sync output is especially pleasing on drums, but works for most instruments and vocals too. It has no controls, only a red LED display that runs from 000 to 099, each number would appear to change the algorythymic undertones that affect the things and stuff inside differently. Some of these so-called ‘programs’ seem to loop the effect, others don’t. Sometimes the things are faster and the stuff slower, othertimes it’s the opposite.


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The Black Box utilizes a simple principle and is one of the oldest devices still used for creative effects today. The Black Box feature consists of a small box containing a regular interval timer and a switch that connects to the main audio signal. The Black Box is virtually a low-cost digital synth, one of the first all-analog-based synths. The Black Box can be used as a stand-alone effect unit, in combination with other devices, as a main instrument in a DJ set, or simply to create a creative atmosphere in the studio.
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B: I guess the answer is the old (and in some aspects truly splendid) but hard to find and get ahold of 88″ 1Tr circuit mixer.


Indeed, The Vox P-30 is an ancient instrument, but still going strong. These devices are hard to find but well worth hunting down. Here’s an example:


Best way to debug R packages

I have an R package that I am writing using the development version of RStudio. A key part of the package is to make sure that each function calculates its result correctly. It does so by calling a global function that calculates a systematic iteration of the result, and compare it to the result of the function for that iteration.
My question is: is there a way of having R automatically compare each function’s result against the reference result (provided by the global function), and print or save a report with this?
For instance, suppose I have a function foo that returns a logical vector:
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As an equivalent, I would like to have R check that in the global function bar, the following assertions are true:
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So ideally, the output would be something like:
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Ambience – Get more in depth sound manipulation using all of the program’s eight-bit sounds, including new and classic delays, reverbs, and more. This is where you put in the sounds that you created with the built-in sounds to get a much fuller sound.
Delay – This is where you place external delays on your sound for various sound effects.
Loops – Transform your sound into loops so you can alter and control them before you loop it.
Pitch – Change the pitch of your instrument, voice, or sample.
Reverb – This is where you can simulate the reverberation you hear in a recording studio when you say someone’s name.
Sidechain – This is where you can place your external sound on one side of your mix, which is controlled by the oscillator.
Sync – With this program, you can find the perfect phase, tempo, and offset to match your external sound.
Phaser – This is where you can simulate an effect you would get when you say someone’s name.

It’s a useful program, but not necessary. I wouldn’t put it on a podcast though, it’ll just piss off listeners and annoy those that like to click back and forth to hear different sections of a podcast.


Cycophony was first released in 1994 by Sun Microsystems.
Sun was perhaps the first desktop publisher to create a full-blown VSTi effects plugin for their iWorkstation. It has always been extremely popular for mixing. Cycophony itself was introduced in the 24-bit ProTools days and it remains an excellent application of the VSTi plugin technology. It can be used in conjunction with ReCycle for the best of both worlds.
This is another excellent application. It’s a full-blown algorithm that works over the low-level VSTi plugins architecture called the VST Standard Plugin Interface (VST-SPI). This architecture (which is similar to ADI and Intellijel’s OSA architecture) places low-level plugins in user space. The application and all of its effects and processing are written in the XSG programming language for efficiency and practicality.
For someone new to plug-in architecture this is an easy application to learn.
The best of any single application in this tutorial series
All of the applications in this tutorial are useful, useful, useful.
But this is my favourite for the following reasons.


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After having made the audio when I was a young man, I decided to make a big experiment. The result: melding the most beautiful and complex algorithms together with the harshest digital audio processing. But the most important, I am “the super sonic”. One of my friends, when I brought my result to him, he immediately realized what I had created. “A black box”, he said, “I do not know how or what you do in there. But you have returned in the right way. You have produced something.”
Here is your black box.

Music to wave your fists at:



I can understand why you are “not so keen” to have one of these in your home, even if it would be useful in certain situations, the more expensive version is $62, one of the cheapest is $32.

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A programmable analogue delay.

9 ‘effects units’ that provide a tempo sync 9-step sequencer, a minilogue tempo sync and a beautiful choppy buffer with variable rate playback.
The pedal also features 2 looper patterns and a natural bypass for use in recording.
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4 fx units: echo/reverb, tape delay, chorus and noise gate.

New dimensions in distortion processing with the new A6-D filter
The A6-D filter offers new dimensions in distortion processing, especially for guitar and bass. It removes the problematic 5-band EQ design to give you a non-linear response – from a very compressed sound to a very fat one. This means the sound can be adjusted to a level that the user finds comfortable, it’s clear and bright, with none of the over-saturated or extremely compressed sound that the standard EQ might result in. And for the most demanding applications, the top three adjustments can be precisely tailored to suit each user’s specific requirements.

On top of that, the A6-D can also be used as an EHX EQ, with two user-adjustable bands for further sound shaping.
New dimensions in distortion processing
The A6-D is also unique in that it provides 4-band quad-band EQ, which give you the choice of setting a narrow band, while limiting you to a small amount of gain, or using the full range of the EQ.

Or perhaps you might like a little more control over your lows, mid-range or highs with 20 additional dB of boost.
The A6-D offers two different crossover points, the switchable 12dB high-pass will retain more low frequencies or cut them, the manual crossover will cut mid-range or highs, depending on the situation.
Enhance and shape the sound
The A6-D’s standard 12dB high-pass will retain more low frequencies or cut them, the manual crossover will cut mid-range or highs, depending on the situation.

The A6-D’s quad-band EQ on top of its four band EQ gives you the option of setting a narrow band, while limiting you to a small amount of gain, or using the full range of the EQ.

Optional Reverb and Gate Effects
Now you can add optional Reverb and Gate effects, including BB-1, BB-2 and CC-1, which are similar to an EHX

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP
CPU: 3.2GHz Core2Duo or higher
Memory: 1GB RAM
Graphics: 4GB Video RAM
DirectX: 9.0
HDD: 1GB free
Sound: DirectX 9.0 compatible sound card
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Memory: 2GB RAM

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