Bass Guitar – Gotta Get Through This- AS Music Technology : themusicespionage.co.uk Time for even more help from The Music Espionage again for the song ‘Gotta Get Through This’, by Daniel Bedingfield. Yes more tutorials for the amazing course GCE As Music Technology. In this tutorial we will focus on the Bass Guitar in ‘Gotta Get Through This’.
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Slashdot: News for nerds, stuff that matters Sweep FX Sound – Daniel Bedingfield – AS Music Technology : themusicespionage.co.uk More wonderful AS Music Technology coursework here again! As you all know, and I’m sure love, the Sequencing track of Unit One GCE As Music Technology is the classic by Daniel Bedingfield “Gotta Get Through This”. The Music Espionage is here to help yet again! Connected World Magazine 10 best gadgets to take travelling The world is getting smaller - not in the literal sense of course, there's no massive implosion event about to take place (any mad scientists feel free to get in touch and correct us) - with more people plugging in, connecting up and generally having mild panic attacks if they're away from some kind of online/techy action for more than a couple of hours. Some might say this is unhealthy and that we should all get out and about more - and they're probably right - but thanks to the wonders of the modern age we can have our cake and eat it; as providing you have the right kit you can pretty much go anywhere and still get that all important gadget fix. So, if you're planning an extended adventurous trip abroad and you want to know which tough travel-friendly gadgets to take, then read on.
Ars Technica: Welcome Welcome to Ars Technica Let’s get some details out on the table. First, it's Ars Technica -- as in Arts (it's Latin). It's not not A-R-S, not Arse (hehe), but just what is looks like, Ars (pronounced like the letter 'r', with an 's' at the end). Ars Technica, the Art of Technology. We believe that our site rox so hard that we can choose a crazy name like this, and people will still come back. TechCrunch Rocket Stoves - Cool Name, Hot Stove Rocket stoves can be made from all all sorts of materials, and are pretty easy to put togther. I haven't made one (yet), so I'm probably not the one to try to explain it all to ya. Instead, let me quote from an article I found at wikipedia.
Bare bones Raspberry Pi PC gets ready to launch 23 December 2011Last updated at 12:29 GMT Many developers are keen to get their hands on the bare bones Raspberry Pi computer. The eagerly anticipated Raspberry Pi home computer is about to go into production. The $25 (£16) machine is being created in the hope that it will inspire a new generation of technology whizz kids. The Pi uses an Arm chip similar to that found in mobile phones and is intended to run a version of the Linux open source operating system. Test versions of finished devices are being checked and if all is well volume production will start in January.