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  • Birthday 09/07/1976

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  1. Hi Andres, in theory (and boy do I mean theory!) The tones would play constant. Software is ideal because I could remove/add frequencies at will and change variables. Yes the D would be playing parallel - all would be parallel actually from a 3d perspective. I just defined in my reply to Jeffers above that each of the E sinewaves would start their cycles at 0/100, 20, 40, 60, and 80. It's not random actually. In my research I've concluded that combining more than one frequency produces more peaks and valleys, which in turn is ideal for varied amplitude. In this experiment the
  2. Not a bad idea, I was trying to visualize how to make it precise...and constant. This would get the job done. Now that I'm thinking about it, I guess we could say I'm trying to define that each of the 5 E sinewaves begin their cycles at 0/100, 20, 40, 60, and 80 with respect to each other. Is there a manual digital entry I wonder where I can specify what/where the phase begins for each "track". Thanks for the idea and feedback Jeff! Keith
  3. I need help with a technical question. I want to produce 6 tones. One of them will be the note "D". The other 5 will be the note "E" However, I need each of the "E" notes to start one after the other. When the first note completes it's cycle the next E note will have already started. None of the E notes should start or stop at the same time, and the intervals between each start and stop of each E note should be evenly distributed. None of the tones cycles should be in sync with any of the other tones. Let me know your thoughts! I usually NCH tone generator to generate the tones.
  4. At first I didn't quite fit in to my choir class in the eleventh grade. Reading notes was hard, I had already learned to tune to music by ear. After all, I had grown up thinking that was how music was played - by ear. At first I sang bass. Try as I could, I had a hard time projecting low notes. They just didn't seem to fit my vocal range. Yet I couldn't seem to reach the high notes sang by the tenors. Oh how I longed to sing as high as the tenors! Most rock singers sing very high, and I would later come to find that there is a reason for this - their voices pierce the sound range above th
  5. There are two passions in my life. ..music and work with "spirit" (paranormal). Music was first. By the age of 5 you could hear me singing to records on a Fisher Price record player. They were mostly Christian records, Christian gospel...and some were recordings like the Disney movies Bambi and The Fox and The Hound. As children my sister and I sang in church, once we even performed a duet on stage. It was a joy to sing at the top of my lungs. It was one of the few things I enjoyed about church, living here at the southernmost tip of the Bible Belt in Florida. My childhood was dif
  6. Hi Laurence, welcome! I'm sorry I haven't had much time to follow your work here, as well as the others. But I do think it is excellent, and we need samples of pictures from our experiments. I also appreciate your detailed description of who you are and what you do. This picture below from the Perlin Stream - is excellent! This site has a photo gallery - I would like to ask you to consider creating a photo gallery of your best photos using different methods. Try to pick your top photos of all time. It would be wonderful if you would create a gallery, we would be very
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    TEST Event for IPS
  8. Vladimir, how are you? I haven't had the chance yet to say hello to you and compliment you on your work! Keith
  9. Results recorded during this evenings circle. Pictures in Perlin noise were noted to be far above the normal average during the period this circle was operating.
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    Correct. I am sorry for the slow response! As it turns out, the calendar on this site automatically converts the time to the user's own timezone
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