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Auto-tune on the PC?

I've been looking and searching for some sort of free auto-tune program for the PC, and so far have turned up confusing .dll files that I can't find in my my Reaver or FL Studio programs. Sorry if this was asked before.

Question by Drakeler    |  last reply

Toy that plays tune

Hey, guys. Didn't know where to post, so thought this might be as good a place as any... Anyways, I would like to make a doll for a friend's birthday and for it to be one of those that you press something and it plays a tune. Does anybody have an instructable like that? (Searched a bit, didn't know which keywords to use) If not, any ideas, suggestions?  Thanks!

Topic by TashaDax    |  last reply

motorbike engine tuning

Just download and start reading

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How to tune a bell ?

I'm building a doorbell-operated carillon of bells, which will play the "Westminster Chimes" on a set of real brass bells (the sort with a wooden handle that you would normally shake). They will be hammered either by solenoid mechanisms, or by mechanical triggers, driven from a pinned rotating drum. My question is - Is it possible to change the pitch of a bell, either by removing metal, or adding metal (with a weld), without ruining the resonance or the tone of the bell ? - And upon what part of the bell would you perform this action ?

Question by and7barton    |  last reply

50cc 2 Stroke Tuning? Answered

I have an old moped that I got for cheap and I am trying to fix it up. I replaced the carburetor and the new one is a little bigger even though it is off of another 50cc. It insisted on running extremely lean, but I was able to get the fuel/air mix balanced by putting some foil tape over part of the intake to get more vacuum behind it. It will only run right if the exhaust is on so that it is not lined up perfectly with the exhaust port on the cylinder. If the exhaust is taken off it will start first kick, but if it is lined up the way it should be it will not start. I took it off today and when I put it back on as close to the way it was before it would start but is now running very lean, beyond what I can tune out with the carburetor. If I give it full throttle it bogs and has no power, but it has fair power at 1/3 to 1/2 throttle. It also is getting really hot and has absolutely no power once it gets very hot. Yesterday I hat it all just right and it ran with none of these problems except that full throttle was still not where it got full power. Does any one have any ideas about what I have to do to make it run right? Maybe there is no option but careful misalignment of the muffler? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It turns out that the problems were that the muffler was clogged, and that it was running too lean at first, but too rich once it warmed up. Thank you for you suggestions.

Question by Jaycub    |  last reply

Custominzed Earphone (tuning earphone)

Hi there guys, does anyone knows how to tune earphones? like if you wan a bassy one you can tweak your earphone? i know some guys did this i just dont know how

Topic by stanum887    |  last reply

lost i tunes library

I recently re -formatted my computer i now 1600 songs on my i pod that are not in my new library   solution without erasing?

Question by electricman548    |  last reply

Touch Tunes Arduino Make

Anyone have the original build plans for a hardware related hack for TouchTunes Machines, by Reza Hussain. If anyone followed the Hackaday or Mr. Hussains posts and did the build, I'd appreciate a private link, message, email or the like. ---any related hack?

Topic by Sovereignty  

How do I tune this?

I bought a passive subwoofer crossover the other day in Toronto at some crazy combination Home Hardware/Chinese ran semiconductor supply shop. It was simply bought as a pcb in a bag for $18, which I thought was a good deal for that much so I picked it up. It has a large inductor coil and a 188uF 50V capacitor mounted on it, along with a positive and negative terminal soldered on for input/output mono speaker connections. I did hook it up to try in line with my sony stereo and turned the default button on my EQ on to restore the original signal and it worked pretty good to block out most of the signals like I was looking for it to do. However even with the boost on my EQ at 30 and 60 hz, it's not coming through to my sub even like before I hooked the crossover up. I was wondering if that's because of the capacitor or not? The little peice of paper that came with it said it was a 120 hz passive crossover and that it was workable with 4 or 8 ohms. I'll post pics tommorow when I wake up as it is lateeeee. I appreciate if anyone can help me as I don't wanna take the capacitor off there to find out that it wasn't worth it.

Topic by Punkguyta  

Violin tuning issue: Don't know how to tune D string Answered

I know how to tune everything but the D string. I keep going up and down with the fine tuning, but to no avail. Here's what I've got: -Violin is made in China, but it's somehow better and lasted longer than most violins here in the PH (Philippines) -I have a pitch pipe to assist in tuning, but when I hit D, it's somehow muffled (in a way) and I can't hear it clearly, so I can't differentiate between what I'm playing on D at the moment, and the pitch pipe output.

Question by nutsandbolts_64    |  last reply

how to tune a guitar by ear for beginners? Answered

I am a beginer guitarist and have just got a guitar so any ideas on how to help me tune my guitar by ear.

Question by skydive102    |  last reply

Electric Bass/Guitar Tuning Pegs?

Can someone please help me? I have been wanting to make an electric stick bass for a while, but there's one problem, tuning pegs. I've heard of people using wing nuts, but it seems that I can't get the concept through my head. If someone could please help by giving me an explanation or a better example/instructions on how to make these, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Question by Hoboman    |  last reply

How do I tune a mandolin?

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how do I tune a ukulele?

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wii controler is broke wont tune on?

I checked the battires.  it is the remote that came with the wii is there a nother way to play it?

Question by vee-man.mol  

Help With CB Radio Alignment & Tuning

I'm wanting to tune and align my own CB Radio but have found that some expensive equipment is required. However, it looks as though it may now be possible using a computer and Oscilloscope and Signal Generator software downloaded from the net. My problem is I have never used such equipment let alone connect it to a computer then use it. I see that cheap Signal Generators etc are available on the net but am not sure which one would suit 27mhz.. Looking at making my own where possible but admit I'm fairly new to electronics etc. For a better idea of what I am wanting to do please check out this link I'd appreciate any help or advice re this.

Topic by RockQ    |  last reply

Setting the intonation on a Les Paul? Answered

How come, when all strings are in tune (using two different tuners to check) and the intonation at fret 12 is right on, strings 1,2,3,4 are fairly sharp when fretted on frets 1,2,3,4 then start to get back in tune?  Sharp enough that the guitar is unplayable.

Question by Re-design    |  last reply

RC car ¨tuning¨

So I have an RC car and so does my friend and whenever we race them he always wins so I was thinking of maybe tuning it a bit (you know add an extra battery or something) so how can I tell how much voltage my circuit board and motor can take. The car itself uses a 12v battery and is fully digital (you can go slowly or quickly and you can turn only a bit or all the way, you know what i mean) I can provide some photos of the circuit board if that helps, just ask.I know that RC cars are a bit childish but when Im older I want a job involving cars so thats a good place to get started =]

Topic by kacper00100    |  last reply

replacing grover tuning machines with planet waves? Answered

Has anyone replaced the grover tuning machines on an epiphone les paul with the planet waves auto trim tuners and had a problem with them fitting the holes in the headstock from the grovers? If so how do I solve this problem? thanks

Question by travisw    |  last reply

How do you tune an acoustic bass? in an upright, or stand-up bass. 4 strings. This is for a beginner.

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how do i tune a drum kit?

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Tube radio not tuning, only making a hum

I have an old, Light green GE tube radio, AM only, and when I turn it on it only hums, it doesn't receive any stations, How can I fix this

Question by macwhiz  

"flute" hole size and spacing

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?

Question by timgray    |  last reply

Ge AM tube radio-Only hums won't tune?

I have a GE tube radio that I got at a yard sale, but it only hums when turned on, it won't tune to a station

Question by macwhiz    |  last reply

Disco tune "Stayin' Alive" could save your life

. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. doctors have found the Bee Gees 1977 disco anthem "Stayin' Alive" provides an ideal beat to follow while performing chest compressions as part of CPR on a heart attack victim.. Disco tune "Stayin' Alive" could save your life at Reuters. Edit: Added quote (OP was just a link) to avoid being chastised by gmjhowe. ;)

Topic by NachoMahma    |  last reply

Do you need any help designing crossovers or tuning your speakers?

I am a professional loudspeaker design engineer with many years experience in Hi-Fi, Pro-Audio and Commercial. I have extensive computer modelling and design tools alongside proefessional acoustic measurement facilities. For a crossover design, send me the details of your project and I can send you the component values and schematic with system modeling etc. You will get your system modelled and EQ to give you the best possible frequency response for your project. For a cabinet tuning, send me the driver details and cabinet dimensions and i will calculate the port dimensions for you. This will get you the best bass alignment for your system and maximise the low end efficiency. The quality of the results will depend on the quality of the information available. Prices start at $25 for simple cabinet tuning. Cheers Dan

Topic by truecolour  

If i had an guitar, could i change the first 4 strings to bass stings and take off the last 2 to make an bass? Answered

I recently picked up a full sized acoustic guitar from some place that was by the road. So i fixed it up and put all six new guitar strings on it. But i figure since i have an acoustic guitar, as well as an electric guitar, already, i might as well make the junker into a acoustic bass guitar. Would it be as simple as taking off the last two strings and putting on four bass strings instead of guitar strings? What is the standard tuning for bass? And one more question, if i sanded down all the frets so they were flush with the fretboard and then refinished the fret board, would it then become a fretless with the lines so i could tell where the frets were if i needed them?

Question by PyroMaster007    |  last reply

Violin Missing Fine Tuning Pegs. How Do I Fix? Answered

An old(ish) violin found in the attic.  All but one of the tuning pegs are missing, but other than that, it's in fairly good condition.  How do I replace the pegs?

Question by NOODLE!    |  last reply

Are there any differences between an electric bass' tuning machines and an electric guitar's?

I'm planning on building a four string electric bass guitar, and I have a six string guitar to take parts from. Are bass strings too thick to fit in a regular guitar's tuning machine, or should it work?

Question by ItsTheHobbs    |  last reply

anyone got any tips on making tuned flutes out of bamboo?

I have made flutes before out of bamboo and thet turned out ok but i had the hole size and position draw on the bamboo by a professanil flute maker so i was wondering if anyone had any tips on making a bamboo flute i understand scales and tunig and such i play alot of instruments its just making a good one thats the trick

Question by bamboolover    |  last reply

Frequency Change on Futaba Receiver R138DP (PCM) originally tuned for 72Mhz

Futaba has discontinued their 50Mhz receiver Model R138DP, however its available in frequency range 72Mhz.  I have Futaba Transmitter 9-Cap operating on 50Mhz. I want to convert all my 72Mhz receivers to 50Mhz since there is nobody using 50Mhz in our model club so no chance of Frequency Clash, more over I experience Glitches on 72Mhz but non on 50Mhz. 

Question by Zahid H Khan    |  last reply

Extreme water cooling idea for computer chilling plus dust protection

I started to play around with some compressor cooling devices, otherwise known as fridges, freezers or airconditioners ;) As with everything it started with a lot of reading, some doing, more reading, well you get the point... Anyways, I am now running an old and portable split airconditioner on hydrocarbons instead of the already escaped R22 refrigerant. With all this experimenting I got reminded that my computer does not really like to do hard gaming work on these hot days. There are already a lot of infos out there on how to use water and/or heatpipes to cool your system. One thing that they all have in common is that you need a chiller to cool the water. Now, there are really tons of options here - from using an old bar fridge to hold the water up to big direct chillers that can be used 24/7 and cost a small fortune. Here in Victoria the weather might be more forgiving but up north the humidity will be your main enemy if you want to use any decent cooling system. Imagine 90% humitiy and the water condensing on pipes and coolers inside your computer... Some systems compensate here by using a temp of around 12°C at the lowest to minimise the risk of condensation. But I think we can do better for cheaper if we are willing to get dirty and salvage some scrap. If it also a great way to protect your computer in a dusty and hot workshop enviroment! Let me explain the thought: Considering the costs for a decent air cooled system over the expense for just a basic water cooling kit it might be worth spending the extra money otherwise. What makes a normal and not overclocked computer go too hot assuming it is clean and free from dust? Right - the outside temperature and how hard we actually use it. Normal systems are designed to work at a room temp between 18 and 24°C, we are often lucky to have it under 30 in the summer. Getting a CPU to just under 70° if the outside air is already over 30° is hard if not impossible. But what if the computer would be in one of these fancy server rooms that are kept at 16° throughout the year? Problem solved, just win the lottery to get your server room build. Step back a bit and think again ;) If we make an additional and well insulated enclosure to put the computer in we would only need to worry about making it pretty much air tight and keeping the inside always under 20°C. Now follow me to my imaginary shopping trip... First step is getting a decent sized cooler box - you can build your own of course I would go for these oversizes Esky chests. Next step is a visit to the local hard rubbish collection or scrap yard. We look for a bar fridge or water cooling tower that has a condenser that will fit on the side or back of our cooling box. Prefer something old running on R22 instead of R134a if you can. If the system already has one or two service ports for filling even better, otherwise see you get one from a different fridge or freezer. The fun starts back home where we now make a big mess. The cooling system needs to come apart and if not a tower the fridge around it has to go without damaging pipes or condensers. Perfect would be to have a working system and to keep it in this condition to avoid the illegal escape or refrigerant. It also make it easier than having to refill it again. On the other hand getting a system that is already professionally evacuated as most scrap yards now do anyway can make the modding easier - up to your skill set and options to have the system checked and filled. Once we have a naked cooling system we get the cold side into the cooler box. Either by creating a slot to slide it in or by feeding the hoses through holes if you plan to do your own thing in terms of testing and filling. The compressor part and "hot side" are mounted securely to the outside of the box. If you still have the thermostat working and connected you can now check your homebuild fridge. To get the computer inside you have several option, IMHO the easiest is use one big enough hole to get all cables to the outside. You want this hole to end up as airtight as possible, I found candle wax to be a good sealer if you place some painters tape on the box first. So far this was the easy part, the hard part is now to make sure the humidity inside the box stays as low as possible. When the compressor starts cooling the evaporator will go to very low temperatures, even if you set the thermostat to 10° the cold side will condese or even freeze the moisture in the air. Unlike with direct cooling option inside your computer we now have a "cold trap" outside the coputer that we use to our advantage! Easiest option here is to have a catchment under the cold side to collect the condensing water and to let it discharge through a small tube to the outside. Once the system was operating for a few days there should be no moisture left inside our box unless it is not properly sealed. At this point you could be tempted to just set the thermostat to the coldest possible - I advise against it! Imagine the inside of the box is below freezing - the capacitors won't like it to start with and since we now have all surface subcooled the moisture can condense everywhere not warm enough, including your mainboard. A temp of around 10°C should be more than enough for normal gaming and gives the compressor a chance to turn off every now and then so any ice can drop off and exit. If you like the idea use it and make a featured Instructable out of it, my time is too limited at the moment to get serious with this.

Topic by Downunder35m    |  last reply

Could you design a pvc woodwind instrument in tune with keys using a membrane reed? Answered

Pvc membrane pipe, tuned with in the key of either C or Bb

Question by bwells2    |  last reply

It it legal If I use someone elses music/Tune in My Video (trailer)? Answered

Soooo I was searching on YouTube (bored as always) And I found a small YouTube channel (less than 200 subs) With a Tune that sounded alright i was wondering if it is legal to use The Tune in my own Video If i gave that person The credit for it in the video (also in the description with link to they're channel) This is what it said in the Description of the Video: Uploaded on Apr 23, 2011 Sheet Music: Please credit me if you use my score in any way :3 And at the very Bottom it said, Creative Commons Attribution License (reuse allowed) whats that? it also gave me the option of remixing the Video. Also Here is the link to the Video On YouTube if it helps more: Thanks In Advance to anyone reading this and giving me an answer -Kevin, 7/9/2014 USA 

Question by KittyOfCamelot    |  last reply

Researchers Play Tune Recorded Before Edison - Earliest Audio Recording Deciphered

This is a great story. In the 1850s, a Frenchman develops a device that records audio as optical data. With modern technology, we can playback his recording.Researchers Play Tune Recorded Before EdisonFor more than a century, since he captured the spoken words "Mary had a little lamb" on a sheet of tinfoil, Thomas Edison has been considered the father of recorded sound. But researchers say they have unearthed a recording of the human voice, made by a little-known Frenchman, that predates Edison's invention of the phonograph by nearly two decades.The 10-second recording of a singer crooning the folk song "Au Clair de la Lune" was discovered earlier this month in an archive in Paris by a group of American audio historians. It was made, the researchers say, on April 9, 1860, on a phonautograph, a machine designed to record sounds visually, not to play them back. But the phonautograph recording, or phonautogram, was made playable -- converted from squiggles on paper to sound -- by scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, Calif.Check out the full article to listen to the 1860 recording.via eit and Rawhide

Topic by ewilhelm    |  last reply

Musician - let's collab on I'ble: make your tune mixable-from-phone

I've written a mobile-friendly web-based audio-mixing toy called SynPhonia. You can see a demo at (from computer or phone). In the demo, I used a sample pack by DJ Vadim  that's available under a Creative-Commons license. If you're a musician and you want such a toy for one of your tunes (because it's fun and because it promotes your music) - we can do this together and write an I'ble about it. If you have a web server that can run all the stuff we need (python cgi, sox, lame) - cool. If you don't - we can do it on my server (no charge. I'm only doing this for fun). Anyone interested? Note [This might be obvious to most of you, but just to be on the safe side]: Your samples will be distributed under one of the Creative Commons licenses (I recommend the by-nc-sa variety, but it's your call). One thing you can't do is use any of the *nd* (no derivatives) licenses, since derivatives are exactly what people will be doing with your music :) This means that people will be able to use your samples in their own music, but they'll need to give you credit (usually this is done by a link, and that's good for your SEO).  They should also conform to other conditions depending on the type of licnese you choose (e.g. you can limit this to non-commercial use by choosing one of the *nc* licenses). Bottom line: If you're too attached to your music to afford such conditions (or if your song is already copyrighted to a non-cc record label), this is not for you :)

Topic by thedod  

"Secrets" about CB/UHF antennas on your car

Despite more and cellphone and internet coverage mobile radios are still a favourite of people in remote areas or just loving to explore by 4WD.And for most the complex task of starting with this great hobby ends by buying a radio and antenna.Of course the raio goes it fits best and that is fine but what about that antenna and while at it what type of antenna do you need?Let's start with the great myth that so called rugged or heavy duty antennas are really worth their money.Durability and stiffness is their main selling point or better was.At highway speeds they won't bend and flex around like your whip antenna.In the bush they won't swing all the way down onto the painted parts of your car either.But then again, a more solid steel whip on a spring base would do the same - but won't look as cool or proffessional...Inside those plastic or fibreglass rods is a dipole antenna, in rare case you get a 5/8 configuration or even a normal steel whip with a pipe around it...Means in terms of reception or transmission quality they are not a tiny better or worse than any other antenna out there.Come down to well it is tuned and where the radiating part is located.Location...There are often obvious choices to put an antenna, like that nice mount or your nudge- or bull-bar.Or the good old boot clamp in the back.I have even see 4WD's with the antenna mounted onto the rear bumper :(Why is it so important to place the antenna correctly?Place on the front corner of your car it is not only quite low but also partially covered by the metal parts of your car - limiting where the antenna can properly radiate.If you ever got some half decent training on a tiny handheld UHF radio then you remember to seek higher ground if you can't get anyone to hear you.The same is true for the antenna on your car.You want nothing obstructing it.People with a long spring base often think of it as just an elevated foot.Most of these however are "ground idependent", which means they actually form a dipole with the antenna you screw on the top.Having this "pole" below bonnet hight is quite bad for your reach and reception quality already.Mounting just a normal whip on a direct foot here means you might have better luck with a handhelp from inside the car...The best would be right in the center of your roof, the highest and most centered point.This provides not only the optimum radiation pattern but also give you that little edge in terms of higher ground.How much gain do I need and how long should my antenna be?Gain is quite relative if you ask me as it far more important to mount the antenna in the best possible place.A 3DB antenna on the roof will often provide better reception and range than a 9DB mounted on the bullbar.Assuming you have the best feasable location than to simplify it:The further you can see the higher DB you want if reaching far is the main objective.For general use a 4.5 - 6DB antenna is always good.In hilly terrain range does not matter that much, here you want the outgoing signal to be as strong as possible and with a shape that allows better coverage by being more like a sphere.For extreme cases it can mean on a 9DB antenna your friend that is just over that little bump ahead is not visible and with that can't hear you.On a 3DB antenna however the signal is strong enough to reach that blindspot at a short distance.The overall length of an antenna can be deceiving for UHF frequencies.What matters is where the antenna is radiating from.In most cases it will be the top 15 to 30 cm of your antenna.For a dipole or ground independent antenna you often need to include the entrire base mount.Antenna tuning....For the good old 27MHz bands we always had our SWR meter at hand and tried to get the best tuning.Since the big jump to UHF the commercial antennas come pre-tuned and are claimed to be good to go.That means that are within acceptable performance to fit almost all installation locations.In terms of SWR reading it means that 1 over 3 is still perfectly fine.Would have been an outcry on 27Mhz though in my times.What is true though that there is not that much real difference to notice between a near perfect 1 over 1.1 to 1 over 3.If you would bother to a distance test it might be less than 200m you gain on the near perfect antenna.For the reception it does not even matter all, so why bother anyway?On the much lower frequencies a really good SWR does not only mean you can get your signal much further out there but also that your transmitter is happy.Modern ones are now all digital and have ways to protect and compensate for bad antennas or cables.Together it means we could just forget about these few extra meters and move on.The stress on the transmitter in your UHF radio however is still there ;)The reflective energy from a badly tuned antenna has to go somewhere and that is usually back into the transmitter.The bit that lost directly to your antenna, as said, does not matter too much with the overall limited range of the UHF frequencies.I did quite a lot of experimenting with my own and commercail UHF antennas, so a network analyser and SWR meter was a requirement anyway.In terms of output power a good SWR reading means you get what your transmitter is capable of and set for.With an SRW reading between 2.5 and 3 however a 4W radio might only actually transmit 3-3.5W.With a bad mounting and an not so optimal cable it might go below 3W!Distance is not so much affected by this as we now know, but the loss in power on 3DB antenna in hilly terrain can make the difference between being heard and your signal getting lost in static on the other end.Repairing a blown transmitter often costs more than a simple SWR meter for UHF, so why not add it to the Xmas wish list? ;)Two antennas...In some case you want two antennas.Be it for two different DB ratings on the same radio or for totally different frequencies.High and centered is still best here but you should keep the antennas as far apart as possible, preferable at different heights as well.On a single radio it does not matter too much but right next to each other the unused anteanna is like these beams on your TV antenna on the roof.Unlike the directional and watned features in a Yagi antenna the unused element means we change the radiation pattern.In the worst case creating a blindspot from which direction we won't get any signals.As a rule of thumb let them be apart at least twisc as far as the wavelenght, so for UHF over 65cm.

Topic by Downunder35m  

how can i fix my bass guitars electronics wiring? I have a disconnected jack and ground wires that need sorting Answered

I have a bass with some wires lose in its wiring. the output jack has come off- there is a red wire and a white wire going to it, i know where the red wire goes because that came off whilst i was fiddling, i presume the white wire goes to the only other contact? Also as well as the red and white there was two bare ground wires that had snapped off inside the heatshrink, where should they be connected to? Also the ground wire that goes under the bridge is lose, i need to know where that goes. The thing is that the only place i can see broken wires from the solder blobs on the jack is where the white wire should go but that would mean the white wire + 3 ground wires all soldered to the same contact, does that sound right? Hopefully the pictures will help you imagine the situation a little better, as i haven't described it very well. Thanks to anyone who helps

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How do I tune a kramar striker. Its a floating floyd rose tailpiece with a locking bridge. any tips to help?

Any tips would be greatly appreciated. I dont really like the guitar but id just like to know how to tune it.

Question by octopuscabbage    |  last reply

how do i make i tunes run from music off a flash dirve?

I put all my music on a flash drive, how do i make i tunes recognize the flash drive as the default place instead of shared?

Question by NamasteNick    |  last reply

How do you recess a Tune-O-Matic Style bridge into a guitar? Can someone maybe make an instructable? Answered

I am building a guitar using a fender neck and a Tune-O-Matic style bridge. I dont want to have an angled neck, so can someone give me detailed instructions on how to recess a Tun-O-Matic please? If someone could make an Instructable that would be even better, thanks.

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Can you put I tunes music on a psp? If not how do you put music on it in general?

I just want to know this because I want a psp and I wouldn't know how

Question by mberg    |  last reply

how can i tune a received ightwave like a guitar's strings and what is the energy required per kHz?

                                                                     Is a light wave like a guitar string?  Can i take a received electro magnetic wave and tune it? For instance, can I take white light into a device and change the waves properties so that it comes out as red light, or microwave radiation? The applications could be staggerring. If, for instance, I could take incoming sunlight and tune the wave so that the output was alternating current electricity. This would seem to me to be a far better way to harness the enormous energy contained in a lightwave.

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How can you get music off a I-pod touch with out I-tunes??? Answered

I have a 4th gen 8gb I-pod touch 5.1.1....How can I get the music off of it without I-tunes???

Question by bigmark    |  last reply

I have a Nano & a Belkin FM tuner When I tune it in to my std Audi unit it plays for a few secs then dies & just beeps.

Can anyone suggest how I can lock on to the frequency? Many thanks

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