• Where to Put Plugin Preset Files (Free Sytrus Preset)

    AudioCollege - Your #1 Source for Everything Audio http://www.youtube.com/AudioCollege Description: -Short video showing you how to get downloaded presets to appear in the plugins preset selection menu. This video will teach you where to copy and paste the preset you download online. Check below for a link to download a free Sytrus preset. Purpose of Video: -To quickly show viewers which folder to put their download preset files so they can use them in their own projects. Supplemental Material: -Dual FM Arp 002 (Sytrus) --http://adf.ly/KBqCA --MOD X = FM Amount --MOD Y = 2nd Arp Volume + HOLD Note Volume --Play a 4 note chord with this preset for best results. -AudioCollege's - FL Studio's Preset Library --http://adf.ly/JbWWJ ----- Tweet This Sample and Get Another Exclusive Free Down...

    published: 03 Mar 2013
  • Omnisphere 2: Best Synth Presets? - Making a beat + In Depth Review (Cop or Drop?)

    ENTER MY SERUM VST GIVEAWAY ($189 Value Synth) - http://seribeats.com --- Overall Omnisphere 2 is dope but definitely not something I would use consistently other than for the presets. Even after I got used to the interface it didn't feel intuitive for sound design. Here's what I liked and didn't like about it... Liked: 1. Huge library and huge selection of presets and packs. 2. Packed with synth features and rhythmic/arp options to make complex sounds. You will never run out of Oscillators :) 3. Has high quality effects and Oscillators. Didn't Like: 1. Not intuitive for doing quick or simple sounds. 2. CPU use increases significantly when you start pushing it. 3. VERY LITTLE Visual feedback. Bad for precise design. Final Opinion - 2:56 808 Essentials Kit - http://bit.ly/2neSelC --...

    published: 28 Jul 2017
  • Pro Tools Tutorial: Memory Locations & Zoom Presets

    Learn how to use compression: http://learncompression.com Learn to mix hip-hop: http://mixinghiphop.com Improve your ears: http://quiztones.com Mixing tips: http://theproaudiofiles.com How to configure your Pro Tools recording sessions in to make it easier to jump around from one section to another. Also, how to focus on individual instruments or groups of instruments if you're going to be doing some editing. --- Transcript: I'm gonna demonstrate some tricks that you can use to configure your recording sessions inside of Pro Tools to make it easier to do things like jump around from one section of your song to another section of your song. Or do things like focus on individual instruments or groups of instruments if you know that you're going to be doing a lot of editing of them. Now ...

    published: 06 Dec 2013
  • Noya Serum DnB Presets

    This is a preset pack for Xfer Records flag ship synth "Serum". There are over 128 organized presets [ by category] that range through various sub genres of Drum and Bass. They are available for purchase via the link below or through my soundcloud link. The pack goes for $25. https://sellfy.com/p/63kW/ https://soundcloud.com/noyadubstep/serum-dnb-presets-demo

    published: 17 Sep 2015
  • Strymon Timeline Part II Walk through

    $449.00 https://www.prymaxe.com Strymon Timeline Delay CALL TO ORDER 1-855-PRYMAXE (779-6293) When we decided to create a studio-class stereo delay effects pedal, we knew we must go well beyond what has been done in the past—in sound quality, sonic flexibility, hardware design, and processing power. We spent months locked up in the Strymon sound design labs with an intense focus on dreaming up the most spacious, lush, creative, and tweakable delay effects ever heard. It was a monumental task—a relentless study of delays and their nuances, and a continuous pursuit of innovative and musically inspirational sounds. Utilizing a ridiculously powerful SHARC DSP, every drop of processing power is harnessed. Each algorithm is so detailed it requires the entire processor. TimeLine provides y...

    published: 29 Mar 2013
  • How to Name and Save Presets - Strymon TimeLine & Mobius

    Our main channel: http://youtube.com/strymon More tutorial videos: http://youtube.com/strymonsupport In this video we'll show you how to name and save presets on your TimeLine and Mobius.

    published: 01 Apr 2013
  • Selectively Applying Perfectly Clear Adjustments

    While Perfectly Clear is designed to recognize important details in a photo and make adjustments automatically, some users want to apply it in a very targeted way. For example, maybe you want to select just one part of a photo like a sky for manipulation or only want to adjust the color of the clothing your subject is wearing. By combining the power of Photoshop’s selection tools and using Perfectly Clear as a smart filter, you can make precise adjustments. In this video, we’ll build upon the skills covered in other training videos. Let’s make a targeted nondestructive adjustment. In other words, we’ll select a particular area of a photo for adjustment and then apply Perfectly Clear in a way that’s easy to tweak or modify. To start, open an image into Photoshop. Choose File Open and nav...

    published: 28 Mar 2017
  • 2015 C 300 Speed Dials and Radio Presets Instructions

    Step by step instructions on how to program your speed dial contacts and your radio station presets.

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • Why EVERY photographer should be using LIGHTROOM!

    40% OFF My LUTS (presets) Pack! 1 Day only! Colour grade your footage & photos! : https://sellfy.com/p/EaHg/ Get a website! https://www.squarespace.com/mckinnon - save 10%! - ALL of the Music I use: https://goo.gl/IMZC9A - AMAZING for YouTubers. Sign up! What's up guys! Today we are diving in to LIGHTROOM! Lightroom is massive. I tried to make this quick but, there is SO much to go over and Sao many incredible tips and tricks to really take your photos to the next level. Hope you enjoy! THE GEAR I USE: My Super Awesome Tactical Camera Bag : http://amzn.to/2m8jnaT My MAIN Camera - http://amzn.to/2kdu35o My Second Backup Camera - http://amzn.to/2r29gGg My FAVOURITE Lens Ever - http://amzn.to/2kQNK4U The Lens I am currently using right for EVERYTHING - http://amzn.to/2r2BssE The Magic C...

    published: 18 Jun 2017
  • Zooming Presets - Pro Tools 9

    Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 Using the Zooming Presets Open a project in Pro Tools 9. At the top left corner are Zoom Controls. Use the left arrow to Zoom Out and the right arrow to Zoom In. Use the numbers one through five below the arrows to set presets. They act similar to radio station presets.  When you're zoomed in or out at a particular screen depth, clicking on a number will save that zoom setting and associate it with that number. By default, the number 1 will zoom enough to fit your entire song into view. To change one of these zoom presets, adjust the zoom on the screen, click and hold on a number and choose Save Zoom Preset. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/learn-pro-tools-9-part-1/windows-and-f...

    published: 14 Jul 2011
  • 6+1 MUSE sounds/presets for Guitar Rig 5(download link@description)

    Greetings everyone!This is another free preset pack for all Muse fans out there.You can download them here : https://facebook.com/kyremike?sk=notes Check out the "instructions" first! Presets and songs : 1)Plugin Baby 2)Hysteria (Rhythm + Lead patch) 3)Unnatural Selection 4)Supermassive Black Hole 5)Exo-Politics 6)Knights of Cydonia ===================================== Website : http://www.mikekyre.com Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/kyremike Lessons via Skype : mikekyre@outlook.com -Mike Kyre (Μιχάλης Κυριακού)

    published: 01 Sep 2015
  • Deep House - NI Massive Presets

    Available from http://www.adsrsounds.com/product/massive-presets/deep-house-for-ni-massive/ Spark presets presents Deep House – an inspired collection of sounds and samples plucked from the depths of the underground. If you want to turn out smooth melodies and hypnotise your audience with an infectious groove, this pack has everything you need. Inspired by the soul of vintage vinyl; reimagined with a slick modern style; and crafted with maximum flexibility, producing your next masterpiece will be a dream with these quality tools. Featuring warm basses, suave leads and percussive perfection this pack includes 51 premium Massive presets plus more than 60 bonus files from claps and kicks to bass loops and synth shots. Deep House delivers the caliber and creativity to drive your musical ide...

    published: 24 Oct 2015
  • How to Install Lightroom 6 Presets on Mac and PC

    More than 600 Lightroom Presets and Brushes to choose from: https://sleeklens.com/product-category/lightroom-presets/ Get 10% Discount with the code: enjoy10 Coupon works on any lightroom bundle or workflow: Written installation guides for Lightroom Brushes and Presets: https://sleeklens.com/how-to-install-lightroom-presets/ https://sleeklens.com/how-to-install-lightroom-brushes/ How to Install Lightroom 6 Presets on Mac and PC We are going to be looking at how to install Lightroom presets on your PC or Mac. Presets can be bought and then downloaded online, downloaded for free on various online platforms and they can be created. We are not going to be looking at downloading or creating the presets as that is out of the scope of this tutorial. In this tutorial, I am assuming that you h...

    published: 22 Jun 2015
  • How to Composite and Blend Images in Photoshop with Lighting Effects, Masking, and Color

    LEARN TO COMPOSITE ANY PERSON IN PHOTOSHOP | Take a deep dive into dragging someone from one image into another in this tutorial | We will cover selection tools, correcting color, creating colorful effects, sharpening, lens flare, dodging and burning, and much more! 🔥 ↓ VIDEO GUIDE ↓ 🔥 00:54 Getting started 03:38 Cleaning up the background 08:38 Cutting out the model 09:55 Working this selection using Select and Mask 12:45 Cleaning up the hair with the Brush tool 16:26 First round of color and tone work 17:58 Dodging and burning 20:43 Adding lights to the stadium 27:28 Another round of color and tone work 33:43 Digital re-lighting with Curves and Levels 34:56 Make the turf GREEN 37:28 Final colorizing and sharpening Link to download flare brush pack: https://www.brusheezy.com/brushes/56...

    published: 14 Mar 2017
  • Creating, Organizing and Backing Up Your Presets

    A preset is simply a combination of adjustments, or a recipe, that's been designed to solve specific problem. You can save your own presets as well as easily modify built in ones using the Adjustment controls. Presets are a great way to get the recommended adjustments for your image. Simply choose a preset that best matches your image’s subject. While presets are useful, remember they are really just a starting point. Presets cannot be combined or “stacked”, but they can be modified. Choose the one that solves most of your problems and then customize it with the Adjustment controls. You can then make your own presets to apply combinations of your favorite adjustments To Create a preset is easy. Simply use an existing preset and customize the controls or start from scratch. Once t...

    published: 30 Mar 2017
  • Quicktip preset vs hold Failsafe explained Spektrum/OrangeRX eg Naza failsafe

    Quick video showing the two different types of bind, some Spektrum receivers support both preset and hold failsafe. The servos are labelled T for Throttle, A for Aileron and E for Elevator - A and E show the failsafe handling for ALL other channels except throttle. Hold failsafe - throttle goes to bind position (idle), all other channels hold last position when signal lost. Preset failsafe - all channels go to bind position when signal lost. The two binding procedures are: Preset Failsafe (where supported) power receiver with bind plug inserted, then immediately remove bind plug before switching on Tx with bind pressed. Hold failsafe power receiver with bind plug inserted and leave bind plug in while switching on Tx with bind pressed. List of receivers shown in video and the failsafe...

    published: 13 Feb 2014
Where to Put Plugin Preset Files (Free Sytrus Preset)

Where to Put Plugin Preset Files (Free Sytrus Preset)

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AudioCollege - Your #1 Source for Everything Audio http://www.youtube.com/AudioCollege Description: -Short video showing you how to get downloaded presets to appear in the plugins preset selection menu. This video will teach you where to copy and paste the preset you download online. Check below for a link to download a free Sytrus preset. Purpose of Video: -To quickly show viewers which folder to put their download preset files so they can use them in their own projects. Supplemental Material: -Dual FM Arp 002 (Sytrus) --http://adf.ly/KBqCA --MOD X = FM Amount --MOD Y = 2nd Arp Volume + HOLD Note Volume --Play a 4 note chord with this preset for best results. -AudioCollege's - FL Studio's Preset Library --http://adf.ly/JbWWJ ----- Tweet This Sample and Get Another Exclusive Free Download by AudioCollege http://clicktotweet.com/_d9la
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Omnisphere 2: Best Synth Presets? - Making a beat + In Depth Review (Cop or Drop?)

Omnisphere 2: Best Synth Presets? - Making a beat + In Depth Review (Cop or Drop?)

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ENTER MY SERUM VST GIVEAWAY ($189 Value Synth) - http://seribeats.com --- Overall Omnisphere 2 is dope but definitely not something I would use consistently other than for the presets. Even after I got used to the interface it didn't feel intuitive for sound design. Here's what I liked and didn't like about it... Liked: 1. Huge library and huge selection of presets and packs. 2. Packed with synth features and rhythmic/arp options to make complex sounds. You will never run out of Oscillators :) 3. Has high quality effects and Oscillators. Didn't Like: 1. Not intuitive for doing quick or simple sounds. 2. CPU use increases significantly when you start pushing it. 3. VERY LITTLE Visual feedback. Bad for precise design. Final Opinion - 2:56 808 Essentials Kit - http://bit.ly/2neSelC --- Check me out: https://soundcloud.com/seri Contact me - contact@seribeats.com --- Twitter: @seribeats (http://bit.ly/tweetseri) Instagram: @seribeats (http://bit.ly/instaseri) Snapchat: @seribeats (http://bit.ly/snapseri) -------------------------
https://wn.com/Omnisphere_2_Best_Synth_Presets_Making_A_Beat_In_Depth_Review_(Cop_Or_Drop_)
Pro Tools Tutorial: Memory Locations & Zoom Presets

Pro Tools Tutorial: Memory Locations & Zoom Presets

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Learn how to use compression: http://learncompression.com Learn to mix hip-hop: http://mixinghiphop.com Improve your ears: http://quiztones.com Mixing tips: http://theproaudiofiles.com How to configure your Pro Tools recording sessions in to make it easier to jump around from one section to another. Also, how to focus on individual instruments or groups of instruments if you're going to be doing some editing. --- Transcript: I'm gonna demonstrate some tricks that you can use to configure your recording sessions inside of Pro Tools to make it easier to do things like jump around from one section of your song to another section of your song. Or do things like focus on individual instruments or groups of instruments if you know that you're going to be doing a lot of editing of them. Now it does take a bit of extra work on the front end to set up your session to do all these things, however if you do it, a lot of times this can, in fact, speed up a lot of your workflow for the remaining time that you're having to edit in that session. First is how you can use memory locations to do a bunch of different things. Also how to use zoom presets. So let's first start out with the memory locations. Many people are familiar with the basics of memory locations and what you can use them for, so for instance, as the name would suggest, you can have your computer kind of memorize the different locations or store in it's memory the parts of your song that you're interests in marking. So if you want to make the introduction, the chorus, and the verse, it's just a matter of bringing the playback head or the cursor to that location and marking it. On my computer keyboard I can use function and enter, that's gonna create a location. I'll call this intro. Next up is my first verse. I know that it's at this location right here. And create another one, call it verse 1. My chorus comes in right here. I can continue to do this for the remainder of the different sections of my song. And then, all you have to do is just click on these different memory locations, and the playback head will jump to those different parts. So if you just wanna quickly jump to the first verse — listen to that. Jump to the chorus. Or the intro. This is kind of the simplest way that you can use memory locations, so I'll come back to these in a little while, and show you some more advanced features of how to use memory locations. Next up though I want to show you zoom presets. The idea with zoom presets is you can set the relative level that you've either zoomed in or zoomed out on your session and set them to hot keys, or buttons up here. So, for instance, the most basic way to zoom is to use the zoom tool. You can zoom in and out like this. You hold the Option key, you can zoom out. So, the way that I like to do it in my sessions is to kind of start from a global perspective for the broad big picture view of my session and set this to one of the zoom presets and then kind of zoom in at these different levels and set them as different presets. [removed] Coming back to memory locations now. You can use memory locations not only just to mark the different places of your song, but to actually zoom to that section of your song too, so it's kind of like a zoom preset and memory location in one. Let me show you that. I'm gonna zoom in and just focus on this part of my song. So I'll zoom in really far, fill the screen with this chorus. Go back to my memory locations window. I'm gonna create a new one now. Call this chorus 2. Now, what I had selected before is just this marker. You can actually do things like move on and use a selection tool. What this is gonna do is allow me to set a location or a memory and store in memory the fact that I have selected with the cursor just chorus 2. So if I've got it in loop record, I don't have to go in and find that location of the song and drag it out (the cursor) just to focus on that area. I just set up that selection right here. I can go in and click on zoom settings now. And click ok. I've got chorus 2, you'll see that it's got different things over here for the selection zoom. That way now, if I go back to a different part of my song: verse 1, now I click on chorus 2, it zooms me right back in on that chorus and then it's highlighted that part so that I can just listen back just to that part if that's the way I want to edit it. [truncated]
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Noya Serum DnB Presets

Noya Serum DnB Presets

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  • Updated: 17 Sep 2015
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This is a preset pack for Xfer Records flag ship synth "Serum". There are over 128 organized presets [ by category] that range through various sub genres of Drum and Bass. They are available for purchase via the link below or through my soundcloud link. The pack goes for $25. https://sellfy.com/p/63kW/ https://soundcloud.com/noyadubstep/serum-dnb-presets-demo
https://wn.com/Noya_Serum_Dnb_Presets
Strymon Timeline Part II Walk through

Strymon Timeline Part II Walk through

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  • Updated: 29 Mar 2013
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$449.00 https://www.prymaxe.com Strymon Timeline Delay CALL TO ORDER 1-855-PRYMAXE (779-6293) When we decided to create a studio-class stereo delay effects pedal, we knew we must go well beyond what has been done in the past—in sound quality, sonic flexibility, hardware design, and processing power. We spent months locked up in the Strymon sound design labs with an intense focus on dreaming up the most spacious, lush, creative, and tweakable delay effects ever heard. It was a monumental task—a relentless study of delays and their nuances, and a continuous pursuit of innovative and musically inspirational sounds. Utilizing a ridiculously powerful SHARC DSP, every drop of processing power is harnessed. Each algorithm is so detailed it requires the entire processor. TimeLine provides you with twelve different delay machines, each with extensive control over sonic character and feel. Tweak to your hearts content and save up to 200 presets of your favorite sounds. Go from crisp and clear, studio-quality digital delays all the way to the saturated and fluctuating sounds of tape delay machines. Get warm and fuzzy analog style repeats all the way to shimmery, sparkling, and crystalline ice delays. Top it all off with full MIDIimplementation and a routable, 30-second stereo looper and you're on your way to delay bliss Strymon Timeline Delay Features: Hand crafted, studio-class delay algorithms deliver meticulous, detailed and nuanced delay experiences Twelve delay machines to choose from: Digital, Dual, Pattern, Reverse, Ice, Duck, Swell, Trem, Filter, Lo-fi, dTape™, dBucket™. Seven front-panel tone shaping knobs: Time, Repeats, Mix, Filter, Grit, Mod Speed, Mod Depth Additional menu-driven parameters deliver extremely flexible tone shaping options and complete tweakability 200 easily accessible and nameable presets, save and recall at the press of a switch Three rugged metal footswitches for preset selection, effect bypass, looper control, and Tap Tempo LED display for preset info, BPM/time readout, and extended parameter contro Full MIDI implementation allows extended control for those with more complex rigs 30-second stereo Looper, routable pre- or post-delay, with MIDI capability.
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How to Name and Save Presets - Strymon TimeLine & Mobius

How to Name and Save Presets - Strymon TimeLine & Mobius

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Our main channel: http://youtube.com/strymon More tutorial videos: http://youtube.com/strymonsupport In this video we'll show you how to name and save presets on your TimeLine and Mobius.
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Selectively Applying Perfectly Clear Adjustments

Selectively Applying Perfectly Clear Adjustments

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While Perfectly Clear is designed to recognize important details in a photo and make adjustments automatically, some users want to apply it in a very targeted way. For example, maybe you want to select just one part of a photo like a sky for manipulation or only want to adjust the color of the clothing your subject is wearing. By combining the power of Photoshop’s selection tools and using Perfectly Clear as a smart filter, you can make precise adjustments. In this video, we’ll build upon the skills covered in other training videos. Let’s make a targeted nondestructive adjustment. In other words, we’ll select a particular area of a photo for adjustment and then apply Perfectly Clear in a way that’s easy to tweak or modify. To start, open an image into Photoshop. Choose File Open and navigate to the file you want and click Open.Now let’s work with Perfectly Clear in a nondestructive manner. This technique is done by converting a layer or image into a Smart Object. This can be done by right-clicking on a layer and choosing Convert to Smart Object. You can also choose Filter Convert for Smart Filters.Let’s take precise control over adjusting areas in a file. Photoshop offers many selection tools, but let’s try one of my favorites.Choose the Quick Selection tool.Now drag over our subject to make a basic selection. Don’t worry about being perfect. You can hold down the Option or the Alt key to subtract from the selection. Once the subject is roughly selected, click the Select and Mask button in the toolbar. A new dialog opens, this allows you to refine the selection. Check the box for Smart Radius under Edge Detection. Drag the Radius selection to improve the selection and create a gentler more natural selection. You can also drag the Feather and Smooth sliders to create a more gradual transition between selected and deselected pixels. If you’d like you can also click and paint on the preview image to touch up the selection. Be sure to try the Option and Alt key modifier as you paint as well.When the preview selection looks good, make sure the Output to menu has the option chosen for Selection. Click OK to create an active selection.Now, let’s apply Perfectly Clear to just the selected subject. Choose Filter Athentech Imaging Perfectly Clear Complete V3.The initial preview may show that the entire photo is being selected, this is what’s wanted. Due to the Smart Filter approach and the selection applied, we’ll use a mask to hide parts of the adjusted photo. For this image, I’m going to enhance the Sky. Let’s use both Color Restore and Color Vibrancy. The manual Sky Enhance controls may also help. Let’s also use Tint Correction to remove the color cast from the clouds.Remember you can preview between the before and after states. These are in fact the two different views that are going to be mixed. When satisfied, click OK to apply the Smart Filter.Notice that the Perfectly Clear effect is only applied to the sky. In the Layers panel, you’ll see a mask has been applied. The white areas are affected by the filter, and the black areas indicate where the original photo is showing through.If you’d like to refine this mix, you can click to make the mask active. Now using a paintbrush, I can modify the mask. White adds to the mask and black subtracts. You can also use a lower opacity brush or gray to blend the Smart Filter.Let’s try another technique. To start, I’ll nest this object inside another Smart Object. This workflow lets me apply a second instance of Perfectly Clear to the photo.Right-click on the Layer and choose to Convert to Smart Object. This command has now nested the previous image inside a new smart object.Now let’s optimize other areas of the photo. Choose Select Color Range. This command is very powerful. From the Select menu choose Sampled Colors and check the Localized Color Clusters box to limit the selection further.Now click on the image or preview to make an initial selection. Use the Shift key to add to this selection and the Option or Alt key to subtract. The white pixels will be affected and the black ones ignored. You can also use the Range and Fuzziness sliders to refine.When satisfied, Click OK. Now, let’s apply the second instance of Perfectly Clear to the image. Choose Filter Athentech Imaging Perfectly Clear Complete V3. Let’s use the Outdoor preset and adjust a few of the sliders to refine. The image looks a lot better.Click OK to apply the effect. Only the targeted pixels have been affected.If you decide you want to adjust the image, you can select the mask and just double click on the mask and then click to reuse the Color Range Command. You can also revisit the paintbrush techniques.To modify the filter, just double-click its name, If you want to modify the first instance that’s simple too. Just double-click the layer to open the smart object. When done making adjustments, close and save to update the file.
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2015 C 300 Speed Dials and Radio Presets Instructions

2015 C 300 Speed Dials and Radio Presets Instructions

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Step by step instructions on how to program your speed dial contacts and your radio station presets.
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Why EVERY photographer should be using LIGHTROOM!

Why EVERY photographer should be using LIGHTROOM!

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  • Updated: 18 Jun 2017
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40% OFF My LUTS (presets) Pack! 1 Day only! Colour grade your footage & photos! : https://sellfy.com/p/EaHg/ Get a website! https://www.squarespace.com/mckinnon - save 10%! - ALL of the Music I use: https://goo.gl/IMZC9A - AMAZING for YouTubers. Sign up! What's up guys! Today we are diving in to LIGHTROOM! Lightroom is massive. I tried to make this quick but, there is SO much to go over and Sao many incredible tips and tricks to really take your photos to the next level. Hope you enjoy! THE GEAR I USE: My Super Awesome Tactical Camera Bag : http://amzn.to/2m8jnaT My MAIN Camera - http://amzn.to/2kdu35o My Second Backup Camera - http://amzn.to/2r29gGg My FAVOURITE Lens Ever - http://amzn.to/2kQNK4U The Lens I am currently using right for EVERYTHING - http://amzn.to/2r2BssE The Magic Canon Lens of Life - http://amzn.to/2kXF9Qm The Mic I use - http://amzn.to/2l23rrZ The Boom Mic I use for Crispy Audio : http://amzn.to/2t1MqyX My Drone - http://amzn.to/2kdE3M7 My Bigger Drone - http://amzn.to/2r2czgx The stabilizer I use with iPhone : http://amzn.to/2kWhajI My Slider - http://amzn.to/2sKyaeS The BEST monopod - http://amzn.to/2lOPnn3 GoPro HERO 5 - http://amzn.to/2l1Nhit FOLLOW ME: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/petermckinnon/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/petermckinnon Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/petermckinnonphoto Website: http://www.petermckinnon.com SEND STUFF TO: Peter McKinnon PO Box #175 Keswick, Ontario L4P3E2 CANADA
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Zooming Presets - Pro Tools 9

Zooming Presets - Pro Tools 9

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Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 Using the Zooming Presets Open a project in Pro Tools 9. At the top left corner are Zoom Controls. Use the left arrow to Zoom Out and the right arrow to Zoom In. Use the numbers one through five below the arrows to set presets. They act similar to radio station presets.  When you're zoomed in or out at a particular screen depth, clicking on a number will save that zoom setting and associate it with that number. By default, the number 1 will zoom enough to fit your entire song into view. To change one of these zoom presets, adjust the zoom on the screen, click and hold on a number and choose Save Zoom Preset. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/learn-pro-tools-9-part-1/windows-and-functions/zooming-presets//
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6+1 MUSE sounds/presets for Guitar Rig 5(download link@description)

6+1 MUSE sounds/presets for Guitar Rig 5(download link@description)

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Greetings everyone!This is another free preset pack for all Muse fans out there.You can download them here : https://facebook.com/kyremike?sk=notes Check out the "instructions" first! Presets and songs : 1)Plugin Baby 2)Hysteria (Rhythm + Lead patch) 3)Unnatural Selection 4)Supermassive Black Hole 5)Exo-Politics 6)Knights of Cydonia ===================================== Website : http://www.mikekyre.com Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/kyremike Lessons via Skype : mikekyre@outlook.com -Mike Kyre (Μιχάλης Κυριακού)
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Deep House - NI Massive Presets

Deep House - NI Massive Presets

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Available from http://www.adsrsounds.com/product/massive-presets/deep-house-for-ni-massive/ Spark presets presents Deep House – an inspired collection of sounds and samples plucked from the depths of the underground. If you want to turn out smooth melodies and hypnotise your audience with an infectious groove, this pack has everything you need. Inspired by the soul of vintage vinyl; reimagined with a slick modern style; and crafted with maximum flexibility, producing your next masterpiece will be a dream with these quality tools. Featuring warm basses, suave leads and percussive perfection this pack includes 51 premium Massive presets plus more than 60 bonus files from claps and kicks to bass loops and synth shots. Deep House delivers the caliber and creativity to drive your musical ideas further and deeper. The pack includes 51 NI Massive presets with all 8 macros active on every preset Bonus items 6 Bass Loops (With and without Sidechain + MIDI – 18 Files in total) 2 Pad Loops (With and without Sidechain + MIDI – 6 Files in total) 10 Kicks 10 Claps and Snares 10 Cymbals 10 Synth Shots
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How to Install Lightroom 6 Presets on Mac and PC

How to Install Lightroom 6 Presets on Mac and PC

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More than 600 Lightroom Presets and Brushes to choose from: https://sleeklens.com/product-category/lightroom-presets/ Get 10% Discount with the code: enjoy10 Coupon works on any lightroom bundle or workflow: Written installation guides for Lightroom Brushes and Presets: https://sleeklens.com/how-to-install-lightroom-presets/ https://sleeklens.com/how-to-install-lightroom-brushes/ How to Install Lightroom 6 Presets on Mac and PC We are going to be looking at how to install Lightroom presets on your PC or Mac. Presets can be bought and then downloaded online, downloaded for free on various online platforms and they can be created. We are not going to be looking at downloading or creating the presets as that is out of the scope of this tutorial. In this tutorial, I am assuming that you have Lightroom installed, have a program that can unzip compressed files, you have downloaded a zip file with the presets or have preset files available on your computer and that you know how to navigate the folder structure of your computer be it a Mac or a PC. Without further ado, the steps: 1. Open Lightroom and open any image that you have on your computer. This is important because we will be using this image to see if the presets were installed correctly and that they work. 2. Ensure that you have gone to the develop module as shown below. Note that the active module will have white text while the modules that are unselected have grey font color. 3. After you are inside “Develop”, you will see a box of presets on your left as shown below: This box shows all of the presets that you already have installed in your Lightroom application. This is where the presets you install will be listed. 4. Now we need to go into the folder where you have the zip file of the presets downloaded into. If your presets are not inside a zip file, skip this step. For those who have their presets inside a zip file, extract them to a folder that you can access easily. For those whose presets are already unzipped or were not sipped in the first place, ensure to make note of the folder your presets reside in. Also note that Lightroom presets have an “lrtemplate” file extension 5. Go back to Lightroom and have your cursor hover anywhere inside the grey presets box. Do not left click on anything but rather right click inside this box if you are on PC or hold down command and left click. When you do, this menu will pop up: Click on new folder, enter the name of the folder where your presets will reside in. When you click create, you will see it added to the left hand side in your list of preset folders. 6. Now right click, on a PC, or hold control and left click, on a mac, on the name of the folder you have just created and left click on import. Once you do you will be taken to your file explorer where you will need to navigate to the folder where your presets reside. 7. Making sure you are in the right folder inside your file explorer, select all of the presets that you would like to import. After making the selection, click on import. 8. You will now be taken back to Lightroom where, depending on your computer speed, the presets will take a few seconds to be listed inside the folder you crated inside the presets box. 9. After you see the names of the imported presets, it is just a matter of testing these presets using the images we selected in the first step. Click on a name of a preset to apply it. http://www.infoparrot.com/how-to-install-lightroom-presets/ Learn how to install presets for Lightroom 5/6 on both MAC and PC. It's easy and takes only a couple of minutes!
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How to Composite and Blend Images in Photoshop with Lighting Effects, Masking, and Color

How to Composite and Blend Images in Photoshop with Lighting Effects, Masking, and Color

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LEARN TO COMPOSITE ANY PERSON IN PHOTOSHOP | Take a deep dive into dragging someone from one image into another in this tutorial | We will cover selection tools, correcting color, creating colorful effects, sharpening, lens flare, dodging and burning, and much more! 🔥 ↓ VIDEO GUIDE ↓ 🔥 00:54 Getting started 03:38 Cleaning up the background 08:38 Cutting out the model 09:55 Working this selection using Select and Mask 12:45 Cleaning up the hair with the Brush tool 16:26 First round of color and tone work 17:58 Dodging and burning 20:43 Adding lights to the stadium 27:28 Another round of color and tone work 33:43 Digital re-lighting with Curves and Levels 34:56 Make the turf GREEN 37:28 Final colorizing and sharpening Link to download flare brush pack: https://www.brusheezy.com/brushes/56971-free-lens-flares-photoshop-brushes 🎯 Subscribe for Daily Tutorials → https://goo.gl/DN4Nln 💰 Buy the Photoshop Course and Support the Channelhttp://bit.ly/28NuwFy In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll tackle the complete process of blending two images together in Photoshop to create a movie-style composite image and pull together the foreground and background to create a smooth colored composite image with depth and contrast. You’ll learn about cutting out an image and creating a mask in this tutorial as well as healing, working with Curves, Levels, Gradient Maps, Selective Color, and much, much more to create this entire effect. ⚡️ Check out the written tutorial here: http://bit.ly/2mFSTPI INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/tutvid TWITTER: http://twitter.com/tutvid FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/tutvid SNAPCHAT: tutvid.com tutvid is a YouTube channel dedicated to creating the best Adobe Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Lightroom, and Illustrator tutorials. My goal is to create the best, most informative, and entertaining tutorials on the web. If you enjoy my videos, the best way to support what I do here is to purchase my course linked above or simply subscribe to the YouTube channel by pressing the red button. ✉️ business inquiries: nate@tutvid.com – CREDITS: Social Icons in outro: http://www.freepik.com/free-vector/six-social-networking-icons-with-infographic-resources_982300.htm
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Creating, Organizing and Backing Up Your Presets

Creating, Organizing and Backing Up Your Presets

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A preset is simply a combination of adjustments, or a recipe, that's been designed to solve specific problem. You can save your own presets as well as easily modify built in ones using the Adjustment controls. Presets are a great way to get the recommended adjustments for your image. Simply choose a preset that best matches your image’s subject. While presets are useful, remember they are really just a starting point. Presets cannot be combined or “stacked”, but they can be modified. Choose the one that solves most of your problems and then customize it with the Adjustment controls. You can then make your own presets to apply combinations of your favorite adjustments To Create a preset is easy. Simply use an existing preset and customize the controls or start from scratch. Once the sliders match your preferences its time to create a preset. Consider using options like the Automatic Strength Selection and Face Aware Exposure options to make a preset more useful. At the bottom of the Adjustment controls, click the Plus icon to Save the current settings as a new preset. You can also click the button labeled Add or edit a preset at the bottom of the Presets chooser. A new window opens. Enter a Preset Name, give it a descriptive name that’s easy to understand. Very long names may be cut off in the toolbar. Choose from any of the loaded User Preset groups or enter a name for a new group. Click to choose an icon from the list to help you find this preset later. You can also choose the ABC icon to use the first letter of each word of the preset name as the icon. Enter in a useful description for the new preset. This will make it easier to find and use the presets when working in Perfectly Clear. Click OK to store the new preset. That’s all there is to it! Now, you’ll see that Preset in the presets panel. It will be in a "User Preset" group, unless you had already selected custom Preset Group before saving the preset. If you want to make a new group to hold presets, that’s easy. Just click the Add a group button. Enter the group’s name and click the plus button to add it. Do not press the Return or Enter key when adding the name. You can easily move presets between groups. Make sure the left panel is open to view the Presets List. Open up any group you want to modify and just drag the preset you'd like to move into the new Group. Note you can only move User Presets, and you can only edit the contents of User Groups. The presets provided by Perfectly Clear cannot be renamed, moved, or deleted. However, you CAN choose a system preset and then modify it. Just save that as a new preset. This allows you to easily add that preset to any User Group. Making a custom group is a great way to customize the top toolbar. Just put your favorite into a custom group and you’ve now your own favorites just one click away. You can even use the shortcut keys 1—0 on the top of the keyboard to access your 10 favorite presets even faster. If you want to modify a user preset, start by selecting the Preset you’d like to modify. Now make any changes that you’d like to with the Adjustment controls. Click the Add a Preset button at the bottom of the Presets panel. Choose to save the preset with the same name and in the same group, and it will replace the previous preset. If you want to remove a preset, just locate it in the Presets list. Hover over the Preset or Group you would like to delete. A white 'trash can' icon will appear.Click the trash can icon to permanently delete the selected Preset or Group. In the pop-up window click Yes to confirm the deletion of the preset.
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Quicktip preset vs hold Failsafe explained Spektrum/OrangeRX eg Naza failsafe

Quicktip preset vs hold Failsafe explained Spektrum/OrangeRX eg Naza failsafe

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Quick video showing the two different types of bind, some Spektrum receivers support both preset and hold failsafe. The servos are labelled T for Throttle, A for Aileron and E for Elevator - A and E show the failsafe handling for ALL other channels except throttle. Hold failsafe - throttle goes to bind position (idle), all other channels hold last position when signal lost. Preset failsafe - all channels go to bind position when signal lost. The two binding procedures are: Preset Failsafe (where supported) power receiver with bind plug inserted, then immediately remove bind plug before switching on Tx with bind pressed. Hold failsafe power receiver with bind plug inserted and leave bind plug in while switching on Tx with bind pressed. List of receivers shown in video and the failsafe's they support below: Spektrum AR7610 - Both preset and Hold failsafe OrangeRX R800X - Both preset and Hold failsafe (I also have AR8000 which supports both preset and hold failsafe) OrangeRX R615 - only hold failsafe Spektrum AR6210 - only hold failsafe Spektrum AR6100e - Only Preset failsafe For most small models, there probably isn't much to choose, as depending on the exact circumstances where signal is lost, either may be good or bad. For GPS quadcopters with return home feature, a preset failsafe ensures the quad will return home if signal is lost, so is a big plus, you can workaround this with Naza by using Heli model type, and throttle channel for U (flight mode select) and pitch/Aux1 channel for Naza throttle, this way you are using your 'preset failsafe' throttle channel to select return home flight mode, set flat throttle curves for your flight modes (GPS/atti/manual) and flat hold throttle position for failsafe/return home. I posted another video on Naza transmitter setup which goes through this and how to safely check failsafe on the bench with props removed. My advice is to make sure you understand the two types of failsafe, and select the most appropriate one for your aircraft, also make sure you test this on the ground (with props removed for safety), so you KNOW what your model will do in the case of signal loss before it happens. Hope this is useful.
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