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    Steven C. King
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    Music composition / arranging, computer and cell phone repair, tennis, table tennis

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    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Drum Programming
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    Vocals: Male
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  1. Yep, I picked that one up too. The best part was when I got the library before ISW had this deal, yet they gave me the 30% discount and refunded the difference after I inquired! So what did I put the refund towards? Shreddage Bass!
  2. Sonar X2 50% off upgrade: http://www.cakewalk.com/SummerofX2/
  3. "Then we oversampled it to 128-bit/1,152KHz and sent the signal to outer space in order to properly radiate it." LOL
  4. Some of you may remember that show from the 80s, Automan! Looking back, it's a miracle I watched that show at all, but I totally forgot about its main theme over the years. Thanks to a buddy of mine who found it on Youtube, I decided to make an orchestral arrangement of it. So here it is. Hope you like it! http://www.mediafire.com/?yp3jzi8gm35sg
  5. I've experienced this multiple times, and I can duplicate it every time after I go running. I've confirmed that the CD player in my car (where I initially ran into this weird occurrence) works just fine. One day I was playing music that contains a bass note that doesn't change, and it sounded just fine prior to me going out for a run. After running 3 miles, I went back into my car and played the exact same music. Not only did it sound slightly slower, but the pitch of the bass was a whole step lower!! To this date, I have absolutely no idea why this happens, other than the fact I completed running. Once my body cooled and my heart rate was back to normal, the music sounded just like it did before I went running. Very interesting indeed!
  6. I have two from that list for you: http://www.mediafire.com/?qfqp6usst3pv8
  7. Thanks for the feedback, everyone. This track was definitely a fun one to make, which my only goal was to contribute to the badass feel of the album. I feel honored and privileged that it was also posted on OCR. All the best!
  8. I'm assuming the iPhone works because it's using wifi through your router, which tells me the router is fine. Verify that the router has DHCP enabled (most likely it is), and your computer is using DHCP to obtain an IP address from the router. Also check that the wifi settings on the computer match the router (SSID, security settings, etc.). Without knowing what your computer and OS are, I can't give you specific directions, but hopefully this will help a little.
  9. And yet another one: Video: http://vimeo.com/26230958 MP3: http://www.mediafire.com/?1zs6becbirb389m
  10. OK, I'm confused. I did this already. We have to do it again?? EDIT: Whoops! I take that back. I did it for another project. My bad. I'll get to it right now!
  11. You still have mine, right? I sent it some time ago.
  12. Judging by how Intel processors work, I'm assuming Athlons do the same thing. When the CPU is overheating, it will reduce its CPU speed to compensate, which makes perfect sense from the screenshots you provided. So even at a lower clock speed, it was getting high temperatures. Once you cleared out the vents, airflow increased, lowering the temperature, and the CPU was able to work at a higher speed. Rule of thumb, especially for laptops: always make sure those vents are free of dust and debris.
  13. Another creation has been posted. http://www.vimeo.com/18267344
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