Hello, I want to build a studio flash on my own. Has anyone ever done this or does anybody know how it works. I don't have any clue Need Help!
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Hey guys, i was wondering if any of you are experts at home recording, and also if anyone has the ability to re-master my home recordings...i have a microphone, and sony acid 5 which im about to get rid of for a better program... i really want to release an ep soon, but im gonna need alot of help! and also, if any of you know how to get auto tune and show me how to work it, it would be great.. orrrr if you do cd packaging/printing, or screen printing...message me please! thank you. and i am willing to pay you! or even if someone could point me in the direction of all the equipment and help me get myself set up at least...anything at this point would help. thanks.
Topic by luna522 | last reply
I've seen ssooo many "shops" for guys making stuff, is there a jewelrymaker out there with any neat ideas about organizing/working space? I basically work at my 4'6" desk, with a smaller 3' typing table at my left side that holds my computer and several compartments on top and a 6 drawer cabinet that fits under it. I'd love to see how other jewelrymakers work, since we don't necessarily need a whole room. My "studio" is in my living/dining room, in my "mini-loft" apartment!
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Question by sureshkknair | last reply
I have Pinacle Studio Software. After opening it is not opening any file for the few days ( previously it used to open) for editing purpose. Today after opening the software, i got the pop up as folows. UMI Usermade ISR IRQ Source IRQ Priority - Low - Medium IRQ Properties High Statistics Terminate UMI : Warning No IRQ Driver selected ok Kindly advice me further course action. Regards Bala TV
Topic by balatv44 | last reply
Hallo i want to construct a 2 way speaker crossover but i dont know how, im new to the electronics construction.The crossover for my application will be not for a speaker but for a 2way studio headphones from the 70s can anyone help me understand how to construct it and how to calculate and identify witch capacitor or coil to use for specifiec frequency ranges? and where to cuttof the freq ranges for smooth and natural sound?
Question by Jimarmaos
My brother uses Fl Studio (Producer Edition) with too many plug-ins to count. I don't know the the number, just that it's many. He uses it on a 2012 Dell Desktop; Intel core i3 (3.3GHz dual core with hyper-threading) , 6GB of RAM, very basic. My question is, how many cores can Fl Studio use with so many plug-ins? Up to Six? Eight maybe? I know it should be able to use a quad up. ...And just for the hell of it, his artist Youtube and Facebook pages: https://www.youtube.com/user/ShelterdOfficial?feature= https://www.facebook.com/Shelterd
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The John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, is hosting a series of DIY workshops. Participation in the open studio sessions costs $5. Ages 13 and younger must have an adult collaborator.Saturday, August 23, 10:00 to 4:00 p.m.Workshop: Everyday Jewelry-Making Open StudioAmong her many artistic talents, artist Sarah Kate Burgess (MI) creates rings made from an inexpensive and fragile material...paper. She believes that often the preciousness of an object, especially jewelry, has little to do with its market value and that the preciousness of her rings comes from the experience of making them with her own hands. Use some of her techniques to create your own jewelry and in the DIY tradition, even share your design so others can make it. For more information, go to www.adorneveryday.com.Saturday, September 6, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.Workshop: Vinylux Open Studio. While literally billions of long playing record albums (LPs) still exist in the world, most will soon become garbage. Artist and designer Jeff Davis' company, Vinylux, harvests obsolete piles of records and gives new life to this neglected, but not forgotten, material. At the open studio, explore the myriad reuses of vinyl records under the guidance of the artist. This open studio is part of the Arts Center's continuing series of Do-It-Yourself (DIY) workshops. For more information about Vinylux, go to www.vinylux.net.Saturday, September 20, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.Workshop: MYOB (Make Your Own Bag) Open StudioBetz White, artist and author of Warm Fuzzies: 30 Sweet Felted Projects, recycles wool sweaters to create felted pillows, baby blankets, felt-covered journals, bags, and more. She is passionate about recycling, specifically of plastic bags. In the open studio, White will teach participants to make reusable bags using an endless variety of recycled materials including plastic disposable bags, sweaters, sheets, jeans, juice pouches, Tyvec mailers, vinyl banners, and anything else participants have on hand. For more information about Betz White, visit her website at www.betzwhite.com.For more information about the DIY Series exhibition and community collaborations, please telephone 920-458-6144 or http://www.jmkac.org/DIYDoItYourselfSeries and http://www.jmkac.org/DIY. Watch for information on other open studio sessions coming soon!
Topic by Kohler Arts Center | last reply
What are some some light ideas that I can use for photography without having to purchase expensive equipment? Do not want to invest in photo equipment until I make sure it's something that I decide that I want to take seriously! Hope someone can give me some helpful advise!
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First off, I want to preface I know the dangers of fiberglass fumes, and will not do anything too stupid: I'll only use it if it works and is safe. Anyways, I live in a studio apartment downtown, so outdoor space to do stuff like this is non-existent. On top of that, I don't have very many good friends in town, as most have moved away, so borrowing a hunk of lawn elsewhere is a bit of a pain. My question is: is there any sort of fume hood I could make/buy (that won't break bank) that would be big enough to work on a helmet in, and would be able to extract the working fumes, along with the drying fumes. Noise isn't a major issue, but the quieter, the better. Alternatively, is anyone knows of any sort of trick place to work (like a back room in a hardware shop) I'm open to suggestions! Thanks in advance.
Question by DoctorWoo | last reply
So ive played guitar/bass in the past but have recently switched to drums the past year. I would like to put together a recording system that would allow me to not only record guitar/bass onto my computer but also allow me to output those recordings to their respective amps simultaneously for playback. I have a buddy that plays guitar so would like to jam out with a bass line as well or when he's not around I can jam out to both. Any ideas of equipment /software that might be needed ?
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Hello Friends! If you are reading this then you are invited to my Open Studio and Show, Saturday October 24th from 4-8 pm in Berkeley CA. I have a number of pieces new and old to share with you including a brand new big one (see attached flyer)! My shop-mates Quantum Builders (green homes) will also be having an open house so you have that much more of a reason to come. I don't get many opportunities to show this many pieces at one time, and even fewer opportunities to meet and talk with you all, so I hope you'll come if you can. Click here for full details and directions with map. I thought it would be more fun if I kept the new work semi-secret so I won't post final photos until the week following the show (sorry out-of-towners). If you just can't wait, drop my by news page and you can see some of the works in progress.
Topic by nemomatic
I wanted to get one of the two and I was wondering if there was much of a difference between the 2 because if not, I could save some money
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I installed Stardock Mycolor for my Windows 7 Starter, and it's worked fine for the last 6 months. One day I turn my computer on and find my theme back to the classic windows theme. I have tried uninstalling and installing Mycolor several times with success, but when I attempt to apply a theme my computer won't react. It's like it applys it halfway then reverses the whole thing. what could be the problem? - Henni
Question by Henni | last reply
One day I plan on making my own home studio including Painting, Sewing and most importantly Jewellery making. How can I soundproof a studio where there is sawing, filing, drilling, etc. from escaping a room or basement in a house, without causing a fire hazard (ie. blankets)?
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Hello group. I am entertaining a spring project for duplicating the famous German made EMT 140 plate reverb units used at recording studios like Abbey Road. The construction of the plate, supports, box, welding and such is really not a problem for me personally. Even the pickups I don't think are a huge problem as there are many out there ready made and it's probably easier to make a high quality pickup than a high quality transducer. I would however like to build my own transducer but don't know exactly where to start. I don't want to go the piezo route that I see out there as I think that is not going to end up being anywhere near usable in a studio. I'm not opposed to converting a hacked up speaker or something that doesn't look pretty as long as it works. The typical plate reverb build (the main structure and plate) I believe is with a steel plate about 1 meter wide by 2 meters long suspended within another steel frame and tuned (tension even on all 4 corners). Also, there is a damper that you need to build to lengthen or shorten the delay. This general construction I don't see to be a roadblock but the transducer seems to be what I think may trip me up. I would just like to get something working before I dive in on several days of picking up heavy metal, welding and fabrication of the supporting structure and plate. Some things I would like to understand and advice on are: What type of transducer am I really trying to build here or what type of transducers do you think I should consider? Surface? Tactile? Bone? Can I use a regular speaker magnet? If so what is too big or too small for the plate? What gauge varnish coil wire do I use and how many winds for 8 ohm amp? What sort of material should I wind over? Should I just modify a speaker or driver? Are there any other quality units out there ready made to save me the pain of building this transducer from scratch? I do have a Dayton Audio HDN-8 on order to start experimenting but would like to get something better I think. Building a pickup seems to be infinitely easier since I already know how to build guitar pickups and also there are a huge selection of pickups for things like acoustic and mandolin etc. so that I assume is the easy part of the electronics. Still if there are any design ideas you know that would be studio quality I would like to hear from you. My main focus is the heart of the system and the transducer. I have seen a few different methods converting a speaker by cutting out most of the speaker except for the center and then super glue to a metal rod that would touch the plate or whatever but I'm certain that there may be a more simple solution out there. Thanks in advance for any replies! Art
Question by vestport | last reply
We can create speakers with multiple drivers to cover all of the frequencies of human hearing, so perhaps people have come up with some ways to design microphones in a similar way with crossovers and such.
Question by ANDY! | last reply
How can I make an internet browser using Visual Studio without just remaking Internet Explorer?
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April Atwater, the author of Sweet Life in the Valley, appeared on Salt Lake City, UT KSL's Studio 5 to talk about 3 of her favorite creative websites, including Instructables. Creative WebsitesMore news and press about Instructables here.
Topic by ewilhelm | last reply
He folks I have a problem I am trying to send data with my arduino via a hc-06 bluetooth module to my pc and display the data with visal forms, my problem is how do I get the data into Visual studio/forms? the data is a 10 cell integer array wich should be displayed as 10 textboxes. or is there a better software to create a GUI thank you in advance
Topic by Red-Fox | last reply
Hey folks I hav a problem: I am trying to make a GUI in visual forms which displays Data received from an Arduino via Arduino sent with a HC-06 Blutooth module, the data is a 10 cell integer array which should be displayed in 10 textboxes. my problem is how do I retrieve the data from the computer's bluetooth in Visual Forms/Studio. thank you for your help
Topic by Red-Fox | last reply
Hey guys, so I'm involved in the biggest project I've embarked upon yet. Shack studios. I do some work with a sound company, the owner of which is a good friend, we're building a recording studio, along with practice rooms, photography/graphics dept and CD printing etc. Essentially a one stop shop for bands and musicians to go from songs on paper to an album... Anyway, we have pretty much all the recording equipment and all the amps, PAs etc for the practice rooms. However the construction work, which consists of walling off two sounds booths (small dead rooms, one vocals the other for drums/amped instruments) and walling out two large practice rooms, the front of which is the main recording area, overlooked by the control room has to be done on a shoestring budget, we've just got in the boards and supplies for framing up the walls and though we've culled good dense foam from some industrial generator packaging and elsewhere we need good suggestions for cavity filling. The cheaper the better - No practices will be going on while recording, it needs to be deadened to the outside world and sound proof enough for practices to go on simultaneously. We've been looking at different ideas but it's more just good sources of material anyone can think of... Oh and while that's going on I'm trying to get a ton of things off the ground as well, while being what can only be described as embarassingly broke...
Topic by killerjackalope | last reply
I finished editing a video with Pinnacle Studio 15. Now I want to make a film of it with format MPEG4, 1080p. But the problem is, every time I click "make film", there is an export failure. I already searched on internet for solutions and tried almost everything I found, but it still doesn't work... Can someone help me please? ~Sandroknexmaster~
Question by sandroknexmaster | last reply
Don't tell "there is in the CD" or "on the help tab" i want to download the "HelpContentSetup.msha" without Help Library Manager because while downloading i couldn't pause it
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Go west, really far west and there is now a Makerspace for you! Firelight studios in Hanapepe, HI is glad to open its doors on Saturdays to any maker who makes it out here! Kauai Makers Make New Friends July 28th, 2014 by Ryan Ozawa. "The Hawaii maker movement continues to grow, with the latest news coming from the west side of The Garden Island. (...more at link) KauaiMakers meets twice a month, second Saturday of each month @ Firelight Studios (4pm) and the second to last Tuesday of each month at Starbucks Coffee in Lihue (7pm). Free to all, come share what you are working on!
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Fabulous DIY Open Studios continue at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The open studios are part of our continuing series of Do-It-Yourself (DIY) program series. Ages 13 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Cost: $5.00For more information, visit http://www.jmkac.org/DIY.Enjoy a fall Saturday making art, browsing our intriguing exhibitions, walking through our colorful gardens and taking a break with a delicious meal or drink in our ARTcafe. We are located within walking distance of some great shops and pubs in downtown Sheboygan, plus just blocks away from the beautiful Lake Michigan beach.Saturday, September 20, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.Workshop: MYOB (Make Your Own Bag) Open StudioLocation: John Michael Kohler Arts Center, SheboyganBetz White, artist and author of Warm Fuzzies: 30 Sweet Felted Projects, recycles wool sweaters to create felted pillows, baby blankets, felt-covered journals, bags, and more. She is passionate about recycling, specifically of plastic bags. In the open studio, White will teach participants to make reusable bags using an endless variety of recycled materials including plastic disposable bags, sweaters, sheets, jeans, juice pouches, Tyvec mailers, vinyl banners, and anything else participants have on hand. See the photo of White's You Know...For Kids bag made of Capri Sun drink pouches.Saturday, October 4, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.Workshop: Handmade Nation Embroidery/Applique Open StudioLocation: John Michael Kohler Arts Center, SheboyganPhotographer, entrepreneur, artist, and prominent figure in the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) ethic indie craft movement, Faythe Levine will share her unique embroidery/applique techniques along with her savvy marketing skills and knowledge of the emerging self-reliant movement during her residency. A twenty-minute preview of her film Handmade Nation: The Rise of DIY Art, Craft, and Design, will be featured at the open studio and a discussion session on how to market your newfound DIY talents. Saturday, October 18, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.Workshop: T.O.M.T. (The Other Man's Treasure) Open StudioLocation: John Michael Kohler Arts Center, SheboyganArtist Rodney Allen Trice created T.O.M.T. with the vigilante mission to recover and reassign the purpose of objects considered too difficult to recycle. This open studio gives you the opportunity to save your own trashed or forgotten objects or anything else you might throw away or overlook in your garages, pantries, and other storage spaces, and give them new life. See the photo of Trice's Tri-Bulb Hoover Floor Lamp.For more information, phone the Arts Center at (920) 458-6144. See you soon!
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RAD doesn't work on my PCs.
Question by drmjj55 | last reply
I just opened an instructable tutorial on " How To: Create an Android App With Android Studio to Control LED " and with a new install of Android Studio. I ran the build (make project) but I received this error message below: Error:A problem occurred configuring project ':app'. > failed to find Build Tools revision 21.1.2 Can you help me solve this error message as I am finding very little on the internet concerning this particular error message. Thanks David Lee
Question by dmenefee
I need to know so i can play music with my arduino
Question by nerd7473 | last reply
Hi I recently bought a Samsung Mobile (S3500) and installed its PC software (New PC Studio) along with the USB drivers into my computer. But when I plugged the USB into the PC, a message came Custt13 Development Platform Found and the Found New Hardware Wizard of Windows tells a problem with the installation of this CUSTT13 development platform and asks for the re-installation of its drivers. The New PC Studio also tells of an error during software installation and that it won't work properly. Despite of installing and uninstalling the software(New PC Studio) many a times I have no relief. Moreover, the Device Manager identifies the USB cable connected to my mobile and to the PC at other end as "Other Devices" and not as a USB device. Please help.
Question by ygsh | last reply
This is more of a programming question, but can Seeed Studio "shields" or modules be programmed with the BS2? Most Seeed components say they are compatible with Arduino, but I cannot determine whether or not the BS2 can control it as well. Also, if the BS2 is in the Stampduino, would I be able to program the Seeed module using PBasic? Thanks, these are a lot of questions and I would greatly appreciate any answers/comments.
Topic by 4bass | last reply
I have an Arduino uno board, and a robot that can follow, and have obstacle avoidance. My robot is designed for a person at school who has crutches for life, and the robot follows her with her books. I want to create a program with visual studio that automatically uploads each sketch to the board, depend on which button to click on. I already have visual micro for Visual Studio 10, and when I debug it or build it, it just uploads it to the robot. I need it to be a .bat file or a .exe file. If anyone could help me with this, I will be extremely grateful. Any ideas? Below I have a screenshot of what the program plans on doing.
Question by 28holes | last reply
I'm a young up-and-coming artist, with intentions of recording, but I want to build my own studio, and learn everything off on my own. The only problem is, I'm not sure what equipment I need, and then which ones are good or not. If someone could provide me with a list, that would be a great help!
Question by FiazBocus | last reply
Your help can be opinions about how to handle and manage studio business, how to get cheap accessories (home made) like studio lights, backdrops, soft box etc. Also you can help by giving some kind of direction, where to get more skills or if you got some you can share with me. Also i would be much grad if you could give some retouching software URL`s or even just mention thr names. Hoping from you.
Question by pilo9609 | last reply
For instance, there are thousands of URLs that have interesting musical samples of musicians who drop by the studio for an interview and a live--and often rare--song.
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Design studio members JON-A-TRON, Aleator777 and mikeasaurus recently went on a field trip to the amazing re-use store, Scrap-SF. The one-of-a-kind materials and objects available here could be the creative catalyst you need to get your project started. Stay tuned for Instructables inspired by their visit. Let us know what your favorite places are to find materials and inspiration for your next project (because we'd like to go to there). Find out more about Scrap here: http://www.scrap-sf.org/ About me: Who am I? Good question. I'm the new video producer for Instructables! Keep your eyes peeled for video content here and on our youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/InstructablesTV
Topic by jbrizzle | last reply
I want to be able to use many old cell phone cameras as different sources to webcast a live feed of our church services using OBS (free multi-source video switching). How can I connect all of these cell phone cams to one computer?
Question by booeyboy | last reply
Ok I have decided today.... I am going to buld an entire home portrait studio From start to finish to take pictures of my little girls. Im going to build everything except the camera and tripod, and make it as cheap as possible while still keeping to the motto "simple stupid". Here is the list i have so far. soft box, reflector umbrella, back drop, backdrop stand,sitting box,power supply with switch (or switches havent decided yet), adjustable lights, light stands, and back drop holders. I will be posting the instructables as I go along. If anyone can think of anything else I may need please let me know.
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