LinearTeam WinISD Is freeware speaker designing software for Windows 9x/NT environment. You can design Closed, Vented and Bandpass boxes with this program. It also allows you to calculate few different types of filters. NOTE! For discussions about WinISD please see more in Forum Click here to download (840 kb) For info on latest changes look in this textfile: versions.txt People on work : Juha Hartikainen, JJ Richard, Choong Kiat Yian Programmed with : Delphi 4.0 Rat Clone Distortion Kit - Wired Now new and improved! Synthrotek's version of the classic RAT pedal goes well beyond a clone, in fact we have included 3 of the MOST POPULAR mods ON BOARD. Switching between these mods is very easy. The Synthrotek RAT Distortion Pedal Clone Complete Kit gets you that classic gritty tone with a lot of options for your own! Our RAT kit comes in two different forms: Wired and PCB-Mount. Features: 4 controls - Volume, Drive, Filter, and R-Tone - to customize your tone.
Building a Do-It-Yourself Loudspeaker Design It is nearly impossible to justify, to the average person, spending tens of thousands to millions of dollars on loudspeakers for personal enjoyment. Such acquisitions happen as a result of an over-swelled bank account or the addictions of an audioholic. If you fancy solid gold cabinets more than 7 million dollars, then check out Shape Audio’s organic harmony. After a few good books and a bit of forum surfing, I decided to jump into a much simpler 2-way mid-tweeter-mid design using pretty inexpensive drivers. Building your own loudspeaker cabinets is EXTREMELY time consuming and requires the right tools and plenty of patienceIt will cost more than you expect at the beginning of the project Designing a good and affordable crossover is very challenging, especially if you do not have a background in electronics or electrical engineering The end result of my first project was a pair of speakers that sounded and looked pretty bad compared to a pair of $100 bookshelf speakers.
EQ Before Compressor or Compressor Before EQ? Two of the most basic signal processors in an engineer's toolbox are Compression and EQ. In one sense these tools are cousins from different dimensions; EQ affects the level balances across the frequency spectrum and Compression affects the level balances across time. We have so many choices available when selecting an individual EQ or compressor, but patch them together and the possibilities grow exponentially. Most mastering engineers EQ post compression in order to enact the most change with the least EQ. When combining an EQ and a compressor the order in which they are placed in the signal chain makes a big difference in the overall effect. Frequency masking is a phenomenon by which louder sounds (or louder frequency ranges within a sound) tend to draw our attention away from the less audible sounds (or frequencies) nearby. This phenomenon explains why many people think that compressors sound "dull". To understand this technically, think of a compressor and EQ as one integrated unit.
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Boxnotes - Free Speaker Design Software Use this free software to assist you in deciding the actual dimensions for your enclosure After using software such as WinISD to chose the volume and port sizes for your new speaker, turn to Boxnotes to find the best dimensions for your enclosure. Screenshot showing use of Imperial units. Metric is also supported Features of current version - V3.1 Take into account the extra volume taken up by your ports, bracing and driver Check the minimum dimensions required to house your driver Quickly see the effect of changing port parameters Spot problem resonances and adjust your dimensions to minimise their impact Print your cutting list, including optional allowance for trimming with router Save your work in boxnotes project files, including comments Supports both Imperial and metric measurements Generate a text based report containing your choice of information Boxnotes is written in Visual Basic 6 and runs under Windows. Additional screenshots Minimum size check screen
SCSI Centronics 50 pin (Single-ended) pinout and wiring @ old.pinouts.ru at the controller & devices at the cable Old.Pinouts.ru > HDD connectors > Pinout of SCSI Centronics 50 pin (Single-ended) and layout of 50 pin Amphenol female connector and 50 pin Amphenol male connector Software The greatest thing about surfing the net is finding all the neat programs you can download. I have found approximately a dozen freeware and shareware speaker design CAD programs which are of great use to the amateur speaker builder. Unfortunately, some "free" demos and shareware I have found are crippleware, which makes them nearly useless. Others are rather complicated, and require that you know a bit about enclosure design and provide very detailed information about the sub, much of which is not included with your average purchase. For some in-depth analysis about enclosures and design, go check out the JL Audio website and their excellent tutorials. If you know of any great free CAD programs I have not listed, please contact me! These files are zipped, so if you need a zip program, try this link to Winzip. Programs are rated between 1 (poor) - 5 (excellent) as indicated by the # of drivers AVI Loudspeaker Design Program - (DOS) 44k Freeware Blaubox - (DOS) 215k Freeware WinISD