For example changing the menu background or other firmwares. I am very confused about it , so help is appreciated ! = )
Asked by poparoo4 9 years ago
I've got a clarinet mouthpiece and some pvc pipe...25mm but i'm sure I can adapt it bigger if necessary. Is there some elegant equation (like where the natural harmonics on a guitar lie) to calculate the spacing and diameter of the finger holes for chromatic tuning?
Asked by timgray 8 years ago
Hi, I am looking for reversible thermo chromatic pigments (or paint / ink, even paper) in europe. For now, the best I've found is 480â¬ including shipping and VAT for 1kg of pigment (32Â°C), which should allow to make about 5kg of paint, which would allow painting 20-25mÂ² (one layer). If you add the price for white paint, is come to 25â¬ for 1 square meter, which is not so expensive, but I need half a square meter, not 20 ! Any advice ? Thx, tReg.
Posted by treg 9 years ago
What I'm trying to do is to generate a set of MP3 files for various instruments (including synthesized sounds) at each key of the chromatic scale over 2 octaves. The brute-force method is to dig out the cheap old midi keyboard from the loft, put it through a software synth and record, note by note. However, I've just discovered Soundfonts which are a packaged set of samples at some (but not all) notes in the octave for an instrument which are used to generate a full sample set for a synth. This would appear to be a method which will give a better result for less effort. Audacity apparently can do things with soundfonts, but will it allow me to generate a full scale? Is there other (Windows) software available which will do what I'm after?
Posted by AndyGadget 7 years ago
Basically I want to know what lab chemicals you want to make, if you know how to make any useful chemicals. please post, I am not responsible for and injury's, fatality's, or "bad things" of any sort that come from this thread, all things posted here are to assumed for informational purposes only.
Posted by mr.space 9 years ago
I am colour blind. Mainly with reds and browns. Now, for a long time, that's stopped me from finding work in the fields I am interested in. Or limited me at least. However, I've had this idea in my head of a pair of glasses/goggles with an AR (Augmented Reality) functionality, which, if you press a button, it tells you in plain, English terms, at the top of the viewable bit of glass, what colour it is, but also the nearest possible hex code. Thus far I've worked out that it needs some kind of miniature digital camera, lenses that can display text information (might be the hardest thing to create... It doesn't need any user interface, at least on the early version, as its sole purpose is to identify the colour and nothing else, so I think the actual display will be very simple (which since it's supposed to be worn as glasses, makes sense as you still need to see even when the text is being displayed)), and a power source that either lasts a long time or is renewable, or is easily replaced like AA batteries. I've been thinking more and more that this would be really useful for me and for anyone else who is colourblind, but since I don't really know where to begin or even how much a working prototype would cost me to build, I just decided to say "sod any chance of patenting this idea, let's just ask the Internet so someone with the know-how can help!". If the AR bit of this doesn't seem quite possible at this point in time, perhaps some kind of application that can run on a modern smartphone would be a good alternative?
Asked by dparry2 6 years ago