How To Create Color Palettes Using Your Favorite Images We recently wrote an article about ColourCode (Colourco.de) which is a great resource for creating and managing color palettes. We quickly thought to ourselves, what good is a color palette creator if you don’t have a method of conceptualizing new and unique groups of color? One of our favorite and most successful ways to develop these new color palettes is to create them using an image that helps convey our target look and feel. Step 1 – Select an Image Select the image you would like to extract a color palette from and open it up in Photoshop. This is an example color palette we extracted from our selected image. Step 2 – Open the Save For Web Dialog Box Click on File -> Save for Web . Once you have clicked on Save For Web you should get a dialog box that looks like this. Step 3 – Select the ‘GIF Restricted’ Preset In the top right hand side of the dialog box you should see a drop-down menu labeled ‘Preset’. This is what the preset drop down menu should look like. Save Your Color Table
Customer reviews: Leap Motion Controller for Mac or PC (Retail Packaging and Updated Software) GECO - Music and sound through hand gestures Multi-dimensional MIDI expression through hand gestures We've invested a lot of time and effort to provide you with one of the easiest and most powerful solutions to interact with MIDI, OSC and CopperLan through hand gestures. Our custom multi-staged processing engine ensures an extremely low processing overhead and near zero latency, while still providing you with beautiful real-time visual feedback and powerful customization capabilities. Download for macOS Download for Windows NOTE: GECO uses features which may not work properly with the Orion software. If you encounter issues, specifically around background operation, you may wish to use Leap Motion's older V2 software. Donate GECO is now available for free since the Leap Motion store closed down. Please consider donating something for our efforts in creating GECO and help finance future maintenance and development. Features
[RESOLVED] Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Bugfix - Customer Support - Leap Motion Community A hotfix for this issue has been released, please update to version 3.2.1 of the Orion software available here: Hey everyone, With the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Microsoft made some changes to how they handle Imaging Devices, changing them to "Cameras." Note: Only make this change if you have installed the Fall Creators Update. Open up services.msc and pause or stop LeapServiceNavigate to your Leap Motion software installation folder and go to the Core Services folder (default C:\Program Files (x86)\Leap Motion\Core Services) Backup LeapSvc.exe and LeapSvc64.exe in a separate folderFor V2 users, download and unzip this file2.3k into the Core Services folder, replacing LeapSvc.exe and LeapSvc64.exeReturn to services.msc and restart LeapServiceLaunch a Leap Motion enabled application and test! If you have any questions, let us know.
HoRNet LU Meter, Loudness Units meter with auto gain The HoRNet LU Meter is a digital loudness meter with auto gain staging and grouping functions, the handy and logic GUI hides an intelligent tool that will improve your gain staging and mixing. LU Meter is based on the concept of Loudness Units, a way of measuring audio that takes into consideration the human perception of sound so that the same level at different frequencies produces different reading on the meter. HoRNet LU Meter implements the momentary reading from the EBU R128 standard and applies the concept of “auto gain” to that measurement type, making sure that the signal never exceeds the chosen LU level auto gain can be calculated using the meter’s “momentary” reading or the EBU R128 “integrated” measurement, to be able to normalize the track to a specified average LU level. LU Meter offers both separate meters for left and right channels (not EBU standard compliant) and a standard mode with both channel summed. Use auto gain to speed up your workflow Video overview Features
Download Storyboarder for Free and Visualize Your Story Now Wonder Unit's free, open-source software allows artists of all types to create storyboards and animatics. And even improve the code. Ever wanted to visualize your story through storyboards and animatics, but thought you needed to buy expensive software first? As Wonder Unit, maker of Storyboarder, says on its website, "Fuck those guys." Here are five more reasons you need to check out Storyboarder: 1. Do you prefer to draw storyboards on paper? 2. Storyboarder allows you to export your storyboards to Final Cut Pro, Premiere, Avid, animated GIF and PDF contact sheets so you can share your work with all of your collaborators in their preferred format. 3. Can't draw at all? 4. If you need to focus on getting storyboards done, set a timer with Sketch Sprint and get to work! 5. Finally, if Storyboarder doesn't help you create storyboards exactly the way you like to work, you can make improvements to the open-source code and share with the rest of the community.
Windows Latest: Your Source for all things Microsoft The Musician's Writing Process | Part 1 | Lean Musician Blog When you’re approaching composing something for the first time, the process of getting from the initial idea right through to finished product can be rather daunting. What do you do first? How do you develop ideas and should you create a basic structure before you move on? These are just some of the many questions people often have when composing. Whatever your level, this is not prescriptive. This post will cover the first four stages: Stage 1: ResearchStage 2: Build a SoundboardStage 3: SketchStage 4: Setup & PlanStage 5: The Write-Edit LoopStage 6: ArrangeStage 7: ProduceStage 8: Get Feedback Introduction So why do we need a “pipeline”? Think about the complexity in the production of any kind of product. Architects designProject managers planResources are sourcedFoundations laidStructure builtRoof put onInner workings addedCladding addedWindows put inInterior decorated At any one point throughout this project’s lifetime, there are different people working on it doing different jobs.