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VST Expression is a groundbreaking technology by Steinberg that provides an ultra-intuitive way of working with instrument articulations, dynamics and multiple controller values. Its second generation is based on three core technologies: Note Expression, Expression Maps and VST Dynamics. Expression Maps help you work with musical articulations, while VST Dynamics allow for highly intuitive handling of dynamics. On top of this, Note Expression offers a revolutionary approach to create and edit multiple controller values in a single graphical interface, directly on the note they belong to — an invaluable feature for demanding orchestral arrangements as well as cutting-edge electronic music.

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×21 Kings Tyre, 4-ply rated.  2½" tread width.  ALL SOLD OUT—NO MORE STOCK.
In ‘trail’ style pattern.
Similar to the old block tread Dunlop Universal ×21, as originally fitted to all Villiers 2F powered autocycles, 1F, 4F, 6F, etc, powered light motor cycles of late ’40s to early ’60s.
Note: this was the nearest compatible market tyre available to suit these machines, but trade supplies of tyres from Kings Tyres started becoming ‘difficult’ during 2014, and the company is now reportedly in administration.  We’re hoping that someone may resume the business or acquire the moulds and return this size tyre pattern under another brand—but don’t count on it!

Dealing with difficult people is frustrating and exhausting for most. Mentally tough people control their interactions with toxic people by keeping their feelings in check. When they need to confront a toxic person, they approach the situation rationally. They identify their emotions and don’t allow anger or frustration to fuel the chaos. They also consider the difficult person’s standpoint and are able to find common ground and solutions to problems. Even when things completely derail, mentally tough people are able to take the toxic person with a grain of salt to avoid letting him or her bring them down.

A colleague of mine experiences the following problem: He has around 20 guitars, assorted bass and six string, and around half-a-dozen different amps. Every now and then, every amp appears to become microphonic.. (at least it seems that tapping the cabinet itself (they’re all combos) appears to produce a response through the speaker… and, crucially, at the same time, the signal from the instrument becomes degraded to the point that the EQ is severely compromised and the quality reduced massively. Everything possible has been tried to remedy this; different cables, sockets, power supplies, you name it… but when it occurs, it occurs with every amp, and every guitar… The thing is; it will suddenly stop at random, and then everything is fine for a few weeks, even a couple of months.. but then it’ll happen again, totally spontaneously,,, Has anyone ever heard of anything like this occurring elsewhere… This guy is at his wits’ end … It is really extraordinary. Ideas welcome… So far everything possible has been tried to cure it….

Eq an endless cycle

eq an endless cycle

Dealing with difficult people is frustrating and exhausting for most. Mentally tough people control their interactions with toxic people by keeping their feelings in check. When they need to confront a toxic person, they approach the situation rationally. They identify their emotions and don’t allow anger or frustration to fuel the chaos. They also consider the difficult person’s standpoint and are able to find common ground and solutions to problems. Even when things completely derail, mentally tough people are able to take the toxic person with a grain of salt to avoid letting him or her bring them down.

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