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January 31st, 2012

ProjectSAM Symphobia 2 Sample Library Software


ProjectSAM Symphobia 2 Sample Library Software


$549


Symphobia 2 is a sound library of orchestral articulations, massive amounts of fresh and inspiring symphonic effects, exclusive legato ensembles with real legato transitions, Dystopia III and a brand-new interface. Symphobia 2 is the new no-brainer library for any film, game or TV composer.New ArticulationsIf you own the original Symphobia, Symphobia 2 will greatly expand your possibilities. To name a few, the Symphobia 2 string section adds minor and major DXF trills, different lengths of crescendo-decrescendo, new crescendos and new spiccatos. The full orchestra section has powerful new sustain and staccato articulations, and a beautiful Wide Octaves articulation with modwheel control. The separate horn section in the original Symphobia has been expanded with a blockbuster 8-player horn ensemble.New EffectsIf you liked the effects in the original Symphobia, you are going to love the ones in Symphobia 2! Having covered the basis, we could explore the world of orchestral effects further and look for interesting new sounds and more specific techniques. There are now effects banks entirely dedicated to ponticello, flageolet or other playing techniques. You will also find beautiful looped textures that can be triggered in different keys. These phrases will instantly give your production a realism boost, but leave enough room to add your own personal touches.Legato EnsemblesAn industry-first: real legato transitions for orchestrated sets of instruments. Various differently arranged ensembles were captured performing legato intervals, playing in unison or octaves, and were meticulously edited and scripted. A great example is the noble sounding Horns Violins Violas set, which offers real legato performance of French horns, violins and violas playing in unison. No layering was used whatsoever. The legatos, transitions and orchestrations you hear are all real.Each of the setReal tutti recordings of symphonic ensemblesExtensive, multi-articulation patchesNew and inspiring symphonic effectsIndustry-first legato ensembles with real legato transitions33 GB 44.1/24 library pool (uncompressed)2 Mic sets switchable from interfaceBrand-new custom interfaceNI Kontakt Player 4 included with native 64-bit supportKontakt background loadingKontakt compressed sample storage (20 GB)

Projectsam Symphobia 2 Sample Library Software


Projectsam Symphobia 2 Sample Library Software


$549


Symphobia 2 is a sound library of orchestral articulations, massive amounts of fresh and inspiring symphonic effects, exclusive legato ensembles with real legato transitions, Dystopia III and a brand-new interface. Symphobia 2 is the new no-brainer library for any film, game or TV composer.New ArticulationsIf you own the original Symphobia, Symphobia 2 will greatly expand your possibilities. To name a few, the Symphobia 2 string section adds minor and major DXF trills, different lengths of crescendo-decrescendo, new crescendos and new spiccatos. The full orchestra section has powerful new sustain and staccato articulations, and a beautiful Wide Octaves articulation with modwheel control. The separate horn section in the original Symphobia has been expanded with a blockbuster 8-player horn ensemble.New EffectsIf you liked the effects in the original Symphobia, you are going to love the ones in Symphobia 2! Having covered the basis, we could explore the world of orchestral effects further and look for interesting new sounds and more specific techniques. There are now effects banks entirely dedicated to ponticello, flageolet or other playing techniques. You will also find beautiful looped textures that can be triggered in different keys. These phrases will instantly give your production a realism boost, but leave enough room to add your own personal touches.Legato EnsemblesAn industry-first: real legato transitions for orchestrated sets of instruments. Various differently arranged ensembles were captured performing legato intervals, playing in unison or octaves, and were meticulously edited and scripted. A great example is the noble sounding Horns Violins Violas set, which offers real legato performance of French horns, violins and violas playing in unison. No layering was used whatsoever. The legatos, transitions and orchestrations you hear are all real.Each of the setReal tutti recordings of symphonic ensemblesExtensive, multi-articulation patchesNew and inspiring symphonic effectsIndustry-first legato ensembles with real legato transitions33 GB 44.1/24 library pool (uncompressed)2 Mic sets switchable from interfaceBrand-new custom interfaceNI Kontakt Player 4 included with native 64-bit supportKontakt background loadingKontakt compressed sample storage (20 GB)

Projectsam Orchestral Essentials Sample Library


Projectsam Orchestral Essentials Sample Library


$329


ProjectSAM has carefully selected the essentials from each of their products, including the highly praised Symphobia series, True Strike series and Orchestral Brass Classic, and bundled them into one effective, incredibly versatile package to bring you the Orchestral Essentials Sample Library. There are also new instruments included that are not found in any of the other ProjectSAM products.Covering full orchestra, string, brass and woodwind ensembles, classical and world percussion, Orchestral Essentials gives you the right ammo to start scoring for film, games or pop with the acclaimed “cinematic SAM sound”. For each of the orchestral sections, an essential list of articulations is available, as well as one expressive legato instrument and an inspiring set of clusters, textures and effects. Apart from these orchestral elements, you will also find a concert harp, church organ, ProjectSAM’s renowned Dystopia sound design, and, exclusive to Orchestral Essentials, an enchanting grand piano and harpsichord.All samples have been reprogrammed for the newly designed and intuitive Orchestral Essentials interface. All Multis are completely new and, because of the inclusion of piano, harpsichord and harp, are more inspiring than ever before. This makes Orchestral Essentials a fantastic library for first-time SAM users and existing SAM owners alike.Orchestral Essentials follows ProjectSAM’s ensemble recording philosophy. Strings, brass and woodwinds were sampled as sections, as nothing beats the authentic blend of orchestral instruments in a concert hall. ProjectSAM captures this magic in various orchestrations; for example, imagine the noble sound of horns and trombones performing together naturally.Epic full orchestra articulationsSymphonic string, brass and wind ensemble articulationsLegato ensembles with real note transitionsClassical, melodic and world percussion including timpani and Japanese drumsCinematic effects, clusters and percussive hitsPreviously unreleased Piano Mystique and HarpsichordGround-shaking Dystopia sound designInspiring and thematic Multis12 GB library pool (7 GB compressed NCW format)1 Stereo mic set per instrument (see instrument list)44.1 kHz 24 bit audio poolKontakt Player 5 included with purchase

ProjectSAM Orchestral Essentials Sample Library


ProjectSAM Orchestral Essentials Sample Library


$329


ProjectSAM has carefully selected the essentials from each of their products, including the highly praised Symphobia series, True Strike series and Orchestral Brass Classic, and bundled them into one effective, incredibly versatile package to bring you the Orchestral Essentials Sample Library. There are also new instruments included that are not found in any of the other ProjectSAM products.Covering full orchestra, string, brass and woodwind ensembles, classical and world percussion, Orchestral Essentials gives you the right ammo to start scoring for film, games or pop with the acclaimed “cinematic SAM sound”. For each of the orchestral sections, an essential list of articulations is available, as well as one expressive legato instrument and an inspiring set of clusters, textures and effects. Apart from these orchestral elements, you will also find a concert harp, church organ, ProjectSAM’s renowned Dystopia sound design, and, exclusive to Orchestral Essentials, an enchanting grand piano and harpsichord.All samples have been reprogrammed for the newly designed and intuitive Orchestral Essentials interface. All Multis are completely new and, because of the inclusion of piano, harpsichord and harp, are more inspiring than ever before. This makes Orchestral Essentials a fantastic library for first-time SAM users and existing SAM owners alike.Orchestral Essentials follows ProjectSAM’s ensemble recording philosophy. Strings, brass and woodwinds were sampled as sections, as nothing beats the authentic blend of orchestral instruments in a concert hall. ProjectSAM captures this magic in various orchestrations; for example, imagine the noble sound of horns and trombones performing together naturally.Epic full orchestra articulationsSymphonic string, brass and wind ensemble articulationsLegato ensembles with real note transitionsClassical, melodic and world percussion including timpani and Japanese drumsCinematic effects, clusters and percussive hitsPreviously unreleased Piano Mystique and HarpsichordGround-shaking Dystopia sound designInspiring and thematic Multis12 GB library pool (7 GB compressed NCW format)1 Stereo mic set per instrument (see instrument list)44.1 kHz 24 bit audio poolKontakt Player 5 included with purchase

Projectsam Orchestral Brass Classic Sample Library


Projectsam Orchestral Brass Classic Sample Library


$49


Orchestral Brass Classic is the reissue of the acclaimed symphonic brass series, with SAM Horns, SAM Trombones, SAM Trumpets, and SAM Solo Sessions. Known for its ambient, cinematic sound, ProjectSAM Orchestral Brass Classic is a sample library that no film, TV, or game composer should be without.The symphonic brass instruments in Orchestral Brass Classic sample collection have been recorded in a beautiful concert hall and cover French Horn, Trombone, Trumpet section, and solo French Horn, Tenor Trombone, Bass Trombone, Bb Trumpet, Piccolo Trumpet, C Tuba, and Cimbasso.The Orchestral Brass Classic reissue of the renowned SAM brass library offers updated programming, custom features, KONTAKT Player 2, and a large price drop.For this rerelease, the four individual ProjectSAM brass volumes were streamlined, modernized, and merged into one KONTAKT Player 2-based sample library, featuring repetition, simulated legato, octaver, and on-screen keyswitch information. In addition, all sustains, including the solo brass, are now looped.Included brass sections:French Horn Section (4)Trombone Section (3) Bb Trumpet Section (3) Brass solo instruments:Solo French HornSolo TromboneBonus Bass TromboneeSolo Bb TrumpetSolo Piccolo TrumpetSolo C TubaCimbassoBoth section and solo sustains are looped.All sustains looped, including solo brassProgramming streamlined over all brass instrumentsRound-robin alternation for all brass staccatos that offer multiple staccato versionsMore efficient keyswitches with onscreen keyswitch informationCustom KONTAKT Player 2 skin and features, including simulated monophonic legato mode, random repetition mode (apart from round robin alternation), octaver, KONTAKT reverb, and other useful settings2 simulated mics (close & stage) for all brass instruments and articulations16-bit/44.1kHz audio poolProgramming/mapping unlocked, audio pool locked (encoded)

ProjectSAM Orchestral Brass Classic Sample Library


ProjectSAM Orchestral Brass Classic Sample Library


$49


Orchestral Brass Classic is the reissue of the acclaimed symphonic brass series, with SAM Horns, SAM Trombones, SAM Trumpets, and SAM Solo Sessions. Known for its ambient, cinematic sound, ProjectSAM Orchestral Brass Classic is a sample library that no film, TV, or game composer should be without.The symphonic brass instruments in Orchestral Brass Classic sample collection have been recorded in a beautiful concert hall and cover French Horn, Trombone, Trumpet section, and solo French Horn, Tenor Trombone, Bass Trombone, Bb Trumpet, Piccolo Trumpet, C Tuba, and Cimbasso.The Orchestral Brass Classic reissue of the renowned SAM brass library offers updated programming, custom features, KONTAKT Player 2, and a large price drop.For this rerelease, the four individual ProjectSAM brass volumes were streamlined, modernized, and merged into one KONTAKT Player 2-based sample library, featuring repetition, simulated legato, octaver, and on-screen keyswitch information. In addition, all sustains, including the solo brass, are now looped.Included brass sections:French Horn Section (4)Trombone Section (3) Bb Trumpet Section (3) Brass solo instruments:Solo French HornSolo TromboneBonus Bass TromboneeSolo Bb TrumpetSolo Piccolo TrumpetSolo C TubaCimbassoBoth section and solo sustains are looped.All sustains looped, including solo brassProgramming streamlined over all brass instrumentsRound-robin alternation for all brass staccatos that offer multiple staccato versionsMore efficient keyswitches with onscreen keyswitch informationCustom KONTAKT Player 2 skin and features, including simulated monophonic legato mode, random repetition mode (apart from round robin alternation), octaver, KONTAKT reverb, and other useful settings2 simulated mics (close & stage) for all brass instruments and articulations16-bit/44.1kHz audio poolProgramming/mapping unlocked, audio pool locked (encoded)

School Library Journal's Best


School Library Journal’s Best


$3.46


Here are the finest ideas, discussions, and methods that school and public librarians serving youth have relied on for over four decades, all gathered in one indispensable volume. Included are SLJ’s best articles, special features, and essays:32 provocative editorials by editor-in-chief-Lillian Gerhardt, plus over 100 seminal articles on censorship, the Internet, literacy multicultural services, new technology, children’s and YA literature, copyright issues, home-schooling and libraries, crisis information services, and funding youth service programs. An essential read for children’s young adult, and public librarians, SLJ’s Best is also ideal as a text to help prepare students to work with children in any library setting.

Software Contracts


Software Contracts


$69.95


Offers an explanation of the law relating to computer contracts with particular emphasis on software licenses. This title provides guidance on negotiating and drafting the best contract for your client. It presents advice, tips and techniques for successful contract negotiation and drafting.It also features sample contracts.

Schoenhut 6637W White 38 Key Spinet


Schoenhut 6637W White 38 Key Spinet


$311.94


Along with many of Albert Schoenhut’s original designs, we began offering new styles and colors each year. All prototypes are designed and hand-built by Len. Recently introduced are Piano Pals that “grow with your child,” as well as mid-sized 49-key stringed pianos. The stringed pianos incorporate perfect pitch and true piano sound, the only piano of its kind in the world. We also have a patent pending on another revolutionary, state-of-the-art toy piano. Although Albert designed musical instruments with children in mind, we were delighted to discover that many professional musicians regard Schoenhut toy pianos as serious concert instruments. John Cage started the ball rolling in 1948 when he composed “Suite for Toy Piano.” Since then, interest has skyrocketed. This trend gives a new perspective about Schoenhut and attests to the high quality of our products. Dr. Toy Best Classic Toys (2003 Award Winner) Creative Child Magazine Top Toy of Year Award (2005 Creative Toy Awards) iParenting Media Award Winner iParenting Media Hot Award Winner Materials: Maple Birch and Hardboard Piano dimensions: 19 3/4H x 17W x 10 1/4D Bench Dimensions: 9 1/4H x 10W x 6D Weight: 17 pounds

Toontrack Vintage Rock Brushes and Sticks EZX Sample Library


Toontrack Vintage Rock Brushes and Sticks EZX Sample Library


$79.99


Toontrack’s Vintage Rock Brushes and Sticks EZX Sample Library is a set of recordings to give your dfh system a retro flavor. The Ludwig Drum Company had little idea what was about to hit them in the months following February 9, 1964, The Beatles debut U.S. television appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. The band were a sensation and almost overnight everyone wanted to own a set of Ludwig drums just like Ringo’s. In fact, Ludwig were still struggling to keep up with demand when along came another drumming icon John Bonham. As well as his use of the Supraphonic snare drum, Bonham popularized larger sizes, including the 24″ bass drum similar to the one sampled for the Vintage Brushes and Sticks EZX. This 60′s era Ludwig set belongs to 2khz Studio owner Nick Yeatman, who lent it to Toontrack so they could capture that phat and funky Ludwig sound. The Vintage Rock EZX uses TPC, Toontrack Percussive Compression. The Ludwig Keystone Kit was played by Chris Whitten and mixed by producer Peter Henderson and Mattias Eklund from Toontrack Music. To it they’ve added the classic Ludwig Black Beauty and Slingerland Radio King snares and a number of cool complimentary cymbals. The Vintage Rock – Brushes and Sticks EZX is topped up with customized midi played by top-notch drummer Morgan gren (Frank Zappa).Credits: The sounds for the Vintage Rock EZX were recorded, engineered and mixed by Chris Whitten, Peter Henderson and Mattias Eklund at 2 Khz studio, London UK and Toontrack Studios, Ume, Sweden. The sounds for the Vintage Rock EZX were played by Chris Whitten at 2 Khz studio, London, UK. The MIDI for the Vintage Rock EZX was played by Morgan gren at Toontrack Studios, Ume, Sweden.Sound and MIDI editing: Peter Henderson, Chris Whitten, Mattias Eklund, Henrik Kjellberg & Nils Eriksson.Graphic designer: Fredrik rletun – Kakao Graphics – www.kakaographics.comHead of support, beta testing and configuration manager: Rogue MarKick drum: Ludwig Keystonae (1960′s) 14×24″ (Felt and Plastic Beater)Snaredrums: Black Beauty 20′s 5×14″ (Sticks & Brushes)Ludwig B/O Supraphonic (1970′s) 6,5×14″ (Sticks & Brushes)Ludwig B/O Supraphonic Low Tuning 6,5×14″ (Sticks)Slingerland Radioking 1940′s 7×14″ (Sticks)Toms: Racktom, Ludwig Keystone (1960′s) 9×13″ (Sticks & Brushes)Floortom, Ludwig Keystone (1960′s) 16×16″ (Sticks & Brushes)Hats: 13″ K Zildjian Istanbul (1960′s) (Sticks)15″ Paiste Formula 602 Medium (Sticks & Brushes)Cymbals position 1: 17″ Zildjian Dark Crash (Sticks & Brushes)18″ Paiste Signature Fast Crash (Sticks & Brushes)16″ Paiste Signature Fast Crash (Sticks & Brushes)Cymbals position 2: 17″ K Zildjian Dark Crash (Sticks & Brushes)22″ Zildjian Swish Knocker (Sticks & Brushes)17″ Paiste Signature Fast Crash (Sticks & Brushes)Ride:

Toontrack Vintage Rock Brushes And Sticks Ezx Sample Library


Toontrack Vintage Rock Brushes And Sticks Ezx Sample Library


$79.99


Toontrack’s Vintage Rock Brushes and Sticks EZX Sample Library is a set of recordings to give your dfh system a retro flavor. The Ludwig Drum Company had little idea what was about to hit them in the months following February 9, 1964, The Beatles debut U.S. television appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. The band were a sensation and almost overnight everyone wanted to own a set of Ludwig drums just like Ringo’s. In fact, Ludwig were still struggling to keep up with demand when along came another drumming icon John Bonham. As well as his use of the Supraphonic snare drum, Bonham popularized larger sizes, including the 24″ bass drum similar to the one sampled for the Vintage Brushes and Sticks EZX. This 60′s era Ludwig set belongs to 2khz Studio owner Nick Yeatman, who lent it to Toontrack so they could capture that phat and funky Ludwig sound. The Vintage Rock EZX uses TPC, Toontrack Percussive Compression. The Ludwig Keystone Kit was played by Chris Whitten and mixed by producer Peter Henderson and Mattias Eklund from Toontrack Music. To it they’ve added the classic Ludwig Black Beauty and Slingerland Radio King snares and a number of cool complimentary cymbals. The Vintage Rock – Brushes and Sticks EZX is topped up with customized midi played by top-notch drummer Morgan gren (Frank Zappa).Credits: The sounds for the Vintage Rock EZX were recorded, engineered and mixed by Chris Whitten, Peter Henderson and Mattias Eklund at 2 Khz studio, London UK and Toontrack Studios, Ume, Sweden. The sounds for the Vintage Rock EZX were played by Chris Whitten at 2 Khz studio, London, UK. The MIDI for the Vintage Rock EZX was played by Morgan gren at Toontrack Studios, Ume, Sweden.Sound and MIDI editing: Peter Henderson, Chris Whitten, Mattias Eklund, Henrik Kjellberg & Nils Eriksson.Graphic designer: Fredrik rletun – Kakao Graphics – www.kakaographics.comHead of support, beta testing and configuration manager: Rogue MarKick drum: Ludwig Keystonae (1960′s) 14×24″ (Felt and Plastic Beater)Snaredrums: Black Beauty 20′s 5×14″ (Sticks & Brushes)Ludwig B/O Supraphonic (1970′s) 6,5×14″ (Sticks & Brushes)Ludwig B/O Supraphonic Low Tuning 6,5×14″ (Sticks)Slingerland Radioking 1940′s 7×14″ (Sticks)Toms: Racktom, Ludwig Keystone (1960′s) 9×13″ (Sticks & Brushes)Floortom, Ludwig Keystone (1960′s) 16×16″ (Sticks & Brushes)Hats: 13″ K Zildjian Istanbul (1960′s) (Sticks)15″ Paiste Formula 602 Medium (Sticks & Brushes)Cymbals position 1: 17″ Zildjian Dark Crash (Sticks & Brushes)18″ Paiste Signature Fast Crash (Sticks & Brushes)16″ Paiste Signature Fast Crash (Sticks & Brushes)Cymbals position 2: 17″ K Zildjian Dark Crash (Sticks & Brushes)22″ Zildjian Swish Knocker (Sticks & Brushes)17″ Paiste Signature Fast Crash (Sticks & Brushes)Ride:

The Practical Library Trainer


The Practical Library Trainer


$33.95


Develop a library staff training program that really works! To stay on top of the lightning-fast changes in the library field and provide your patrons with the best service possible, you need to establish and sustain an effective program for training your staff. The Practical Library Trainer examines the concept of the library as a learning place for patrons and staff, offering a comprehensive view of training from an administrator’s perspective. Bruce E. Massis, author of The Practical Library Manager (Haworth), addresses the essential issues of how to develop a strong program of continuous instruction, including customer service, reporting, recruitment, and retention of staff. The book focuses on the integration of staff training as a blended activity instead of an intervention, quelling the notion of training as an add-on to existing staff duties. The current information-rich environment provides your patrons with an abundance of resources to choose from for their research needs. But they can’t do it alone-they need direction from a knowledgeable librarian who can recognize the pedigree, currency, and validity of licensed resources, particularly those available through electronic means. The Practical Library Trainer uses the goal of long-range customer service as a starting point, emphasizing the return on investment possibilities from blended training methods as a key to meeting your patrons’ high expectations of service. The book also provides examples from outside the library community to demonstrate the importance of training on a non-library setting and looks at future training issues. The Practical Library Trainer examines: types of staff training (formal, informal, employer-provided, qualifying, skill improvement) strategies for recruiting and retaining a staff blended learning e-training in-house training how to use professional conferences as continuing education opportunities how to evaluate your training program a sample of an anywhere, anytime education and training program and much more! The Practical Library Trainer is an important resource for making sure your patrons get the most from your libraryand your staff.

Wave Machine Labs Dan's House Vintage Drums Collection - Sample Library


Wave Machine Labs Dan’s House Vintage Drums Collection – Sample Library


$95


The Dan’s House Vintage Drums collection features 10 classic snare drums, 4 rack toms, 5 floor toms, and 6 bass drums. The samples were recorded with top-shelf gear and carefully mixed to give you all the detail and impact heard live in the studio. This virtual instrument collection can be used with the Drumagog Drum Replacer Plug-in also from Wave Machine Labs.Drums used in this sample collection include Gretsch, Rogers, Slingerland, Radio King, Pearl, Yamaha, Leedy, Ludwig and Eames, dating from the ’20s through the ’80s, including a full 1967 Ludwig Club Date kit.Vintage Neve 1272 preamps and an Apogee PSX 100 analog-to-digital converter were used in the recording signal chain, so the GOG files are true-to-life samples of these great-sounding, hard to find drums!No processing was used on the samples – no eq, reverb, compression, or gating. What you hear is just the sound of the percussion instrument recorded with great gear, allowed to decay fully and naturally.Although these virtual drums are collector’s items, they don’t spend their lives on the shelf. They’re actively used at gigs and in the studio. (The ’67 Ludwig kit was just used for tracking some of Paul Simon’s stuff in 2003.) These are working instruments!The Sample ProcessEach drum sample was recorded with a dynamic mike at a distance of a few inches, a large diaphragm condenser mike at a distance of a few feet, and a pair of large diaphragm condenser mikes about 8′ from the drum, and 10′ apart to capture a stereo image. The two close-mike tracks were carefully phase-corrected, but the stereo track was left with a natural delay of about 3 ms to give a slight ambiance. The three sources were then balanced and mixed down to create the stereo samples in the collection. No processing was added in the signal chain.Each snare is represented with a total of 138 samples, covering a wide of range of sounds, from tight and muted to open anDrums used in this collection: Snares:1940′s Leedy Broadway, white marine pearl, 8 X 14″1950′s Slingerland RadioKing, natural finish, 5 1/2 X 14 “1960′s Gretsch Renowned round badge, marine pearl finish, 5 1/2 X 14″1970′s Gretsch aluminum shell, stop-sign badge, 5 1/2 X 14″1969 Ludwig Super Sensitive, chrome over steel, 5 X 14″1937 Leedy Broadway Standard, blue/silver duco finish, 6 1/2 X 14″1959 Slingerland Standard, blue/silver duco finish, 5 1/2 X 14″1960′s Gretsch Renowned round badge, natural finish, 5 1/2 X 14″1920′s Ludwig tube lug, nickel over brass, 4 X 141950′s Rogers piccolo, gold sparkle, 3 X 13Rack toms:1980′s Gretsch, natural finish, 8 X 10″1967 Ludwig Club Date, burgundy sparkle finish, 8 X 12″1960′s Gretsch, natural finish, 8 X 121980′s Pearl, black lacquer, 11 X 13Floor toms:1980′s Gretsch square badge, natural finish, 14 X 14″1967 Ludwig Club Date, burgundy sp

Wave Machine Labs Dan's House Vintage Drums Collection Sample Library


Wave Machine Labs Dan’s House Vintage Drums Collection Sample Library


$95


The Dan’s House Vintage Drums collection features 10 classic snare drums, 4 rack toms, 5 floor toms, and 6 bass drums. The samples were recorded with top-shelf gear and carefully mixed to give you all the detail and impact heard live in the studio. This virtual instrument collection can be used with the Drumagog Drum Replacer Plug-in also from Wave Machine Labs.Drums used in this sample collection include Gretsch, Rogers, Slingerland, Radio King, Pearl, Yamaha, Leedy, Ludwig and Eames, dating from the ’20s through the ’80s, including a full 1967 Ludwig Club Date kit.Vintage Neve 1272 preamps and an Apogee PSX 100 analog-to-digital converter were used in the recording signal chain, so the GOG files are true-to-life samples of these great-sounding, hard to find drums!No processing was used on the samples – no eq, reverb, compression, or gating. What you hear is just the sound of the percussion instrument recorded with great gear, allowed to decay fully and naturally.Although these virtual drums are collector’s items, they don’t spend their lives on the shelf. They’re actively used at gigs and in the studio. (The ’67 Ludwig kit was just used for tracking some of Paul Simon’s stuff in 2003.) These are working instruments!The Sample ProcessEach drum sample was recorded with a dynamic mike at a distance of a few inches, a large diaphragm condenser mike at a distance of a few feet, and a pair of large diaphragm condenser mikes about 8′ from the drum, and 10′ apart to capture a stereo image. The two close-mike tracks were carefully phase-corrected, but the stereo track was left with a natural delay of about 3 ms to give a slight ambiance. The three sources were then balanced and mixed down to create the stereo samples in the collection. No processing was added in the signal chain.Each snare is represented with a total of 138 samples, covering a wide of range of sounds, from tight and muted to open anDrums used in this collection: Snares:1940′s Leedy Broadway, white marine pearl, 8 X 14″1950′s Slingerland RadioKing, natural finish, 5 1/2 X 14 “1960′s Gretsch Renowned round badge, marine pearl finish, 5 1/2 X 14″1970′s Gretsch aluminum shell, stop-sign badge, 5 1/2 X 14″1969 Ludwig Super Sensitive, chrome over steel, 5 X 14″1937 Leedy Broadway Standard, blue/silver duco finish, 6 1/2 X 14″1959 Slingerland Standard, blue/silver duco finish, 5 1/2 X 14″1960′s Gretsch Renowned round badge, natural finish, 5 1/2 X 14″1920′s Ludwig tube lug, nickel over brass, 4 X 141950′s Rogers piccolo, gold sparkle, 3 X 13Rack toms:1980′s Gretsch, natural finish, 8 X 10″1967 Ludwig Club Date, burgundy sparkle finish, 8 X 12″1960′s Gretsch, natural finish, 8 X 121980′s Pearl, black lacquer, 11 X 13Floor toms:1980′s Gretsch square badge, natural finish, 14 X 14″1967 Ludwig Club Date, burgundy sp

Software Engineering Reviews and Audits


Software Engineering Reviews and Audits


$99.95


Accurate software engineering reviews and audits have become essential to the success of software companies and military and aerospace programs. These reviews and audits define the framework and specific requirements for verifying software development efforts. Authored by an industry professional with three decades of experience, Software Engineering Reviews and Audits offers authoritative guidance for conducting and performing software first article inspections, and functional and physical configuration software audits. It prepares readers to answer common questions for conducting and performing software reviews and audits, such as: What is required, who needs to participate, and how do we ensure success in all specified requirements in test and released configuration baselines? Complete withresource-rich appendices, this concise guide will help you: Conduct effective and efficient software reviews and audits Understand how to structure the software development life cycle Review software designs and testing plans properly Access best methods for reviews and audits Achieve compliance with mandatory and contractual software requirements The author includes checklists, sample forms, and a glossary of industry terms and acronyms to help ensure formal audits are successful the first time around. The contents of the text will help you maintain a professional setting where software is developed for profit, increase service quality, generate cost reductions, and improve individual and team efforts.

Software Engineering Library


Software Engineering Library


$320.59


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Individual Software PMM-PLIB Professor Teaches Online Library V.1


Individual Software PMM-PLIB Professor Teaches Online Library V.1


$58.49


FeaturesBonus. typing instructor web Platinum the number 1 best-selling typing brand is also included with a 3-user license ideal for a small Office or a family.Ideal for small businesses & families – includes an annual subscription with a 3-user license.Interactive. retain 100% of what you learn – no other training is more complete.Get 24/7/365 online training from anywhere with Internet access.No software to download install or update – just log in and begin or resume your training.Plan and Start a BusinessApply for a Business

Library Blogging


Library Blogging


$3.95


Thinking of setting up a blog for your school, academic or public library?AThis book is for you A – Learn all about the blogosphere and its place in your library. – Learn the nitty gritty of setting up and hosting your library blog – Find out just what you need in hardware and software to make your blog work like a charm – See examples of groundbreaking uses for your library blog This book is an overview of the world of blogs in libraries, including both use and technological discussions.The authors bring you the whys and how-to’s of using a blog in a library context, including the different options available for a library blog, the appropriateness of each option, and the possibilities of each program or service.

Software-as-a-Service


Software-as-a-Service


$59.99


Software-as-a-Service ist eines der meistdiskutierten Themen im IT-Umfeld. Was verbirgt sich hinter dem Hype? Wo liegen Chancen und Risiken fr Unternehmen und Berater? Antworten auf diese Fragen geben namhafte Autoren aus Wissenschaft und Praxis.

Enduring Library


Enduring Library


$3.46


Librarians are experts at selecting, evaluating, and disseminating the best content in the most appropriate format to meet the needs of library users. And, new technologies can be invaluable tools in these efforts. Taking advantage of these technologies does not, however, change the fundamental mission of libraries everywhere. In this thought-provoking work, one of the library world’s leading thinkers discusses the transformative effect communications technology has had on information delivery from past to present to future. By tracing the transformations, Gorman writes a roadmap for achieving balance the tradition of library service and ever-changing technology.

Service-Oriented Architecture


Service-Oriented Architecture


$39.99


The Top-Selling, De Facto Guide to SOA–Now Updated with New Content and Coverage of Microservices! For more than a decade, Thomas Erl’s best-selling Service-Oriented Architecture: Concepts, Technology, and Design has been the definitive end-to-end tutorial on SOA, service-orientation, and service technologies. Now, Erl has thoroughly updated the industry’s de facto guide to SOA to reflect new practices, technologies, and strategies that have emerged through hard-won experience and creative innovation. This Second Edition officially introduces microservices and micro task abstraction as part of service-oriented architecture and its associated service layers. Updated case study examples and illustrations further explain and position the microservice model alongside and in relation to more traditional types of services. Coverage includes: Easy-to-understand, plain English explanations of SOA and service-orientation fundamentals (as compiled from series titles) Microservices, micro task abstraction, and containerization Service delivery lifecycle and associated phases Analysis and conceptualization of services and microservices Service API design with REST services, web services, and microservices Modern service API and contract versioning techniques for web services and REST services Up-to-date appendices with service-orientation principles, REST constraints, and SOA patterns (including three new patterns) Service-Oriented Architecture: Analysis and Design for Services and Microservices, Second Edition , will be indispensable to application architects, enterprise architects, software developers, and any IT professionals interested in learning about or responsible for designing or implementing modern-day, service-oriented solutions. Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Case Study Backgrounds Part I: Fundamentals Chapter 3: Understanding Service-Orientation Chapter 4: Understanding SOA Chapter 5: Understanding Layers with Services and Microservices Part II: Service-Oriented Analysis and Design Chapter 6: Analysis and Modeling with Web Services and Microservices Chapter 7: Analysis and Modeling with REST Services and Microservices Chapter 8: Service API and Contract Design with Web Services Chapter 9: Service API and Contract Design with REST Services and Microservices Chapter 10: Service API and Contract Versioning with Web Services and REST Services Part III: Appendices Appendix A: Service-Orientation Principles Reference Appendix B: REST Constraints Reference Appendix C: SOA Design Patterns Reference Appendix D: The Annotated SOA Manifesto

Service at Its Best: Waiter-Waitress Training


Service at Its Best: Waiter-Waitress Training


$3.95


Designed for results and accountability, this #1 competency-based training guide covers everything a waiter or waitress needs to know to be successful in the today’s dynamic and competitive restaurant industry — all organized within self-contained chapters that flow in a logical sequence and establish a step-by-step procedure for understanding and learning appropriate server skills. Discusses the occupational advantages and disadvantages of the job, along with job qualifications and descriptions or advancement opportunities for servers. Explains basic table settings for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and includes 25 tips for proper table service, such as the correct procedures for loading and carrying trays and techniques of carrying multiple plates. Explains wine varietals, as well as other spirits, cocktails, and coffees, and presents step-by-step illustrations of correct serving procedures. Covers current technology applications and their benefits, including table service management, guest paging system, product management software, hand-held touch-system terminal, server paging system, two-way radio, restaurant web sites, and other software technology used in the business. Shares the successful experiences of ten servers from across the United States. Appendices offer a handy reference source for common menu terms, wine terminology, spirit brands and related cocktails, ales, lagers, and non-alcoholic beers.

Customer-Based IP Service Monitoring with Mobile Software Agents


Customer-Based IP Service Monitoring with Mobile Software Agents


$45.84


Presenting mobile software agents for Internet service monitoring, this research monograph discusses newly standardized Internet technologies that allow service providers to offer secured Internet services with quality guarantees. Yet, today the customers of such services have no independent tool to verify (monitor) the service quality. This book shows why mobile software agents are best fit to fill the gap. Key features: – An introduction to standard Internet service enabling and managing technology such as IPSec, DiffServ and SNMP – A generic service monitoring architecture based on mobile agents – An object-oriented implementation of the architecture based on the Java programming language – Several implementations of mobile software agents that can monitor new and emerging Internet services such as virtual private networks (VPN) The book is addressed to mobile agent researchers looking for new and fruitful application areas. It will also be a valuable resource for innovative internet providers who are looking for a service monitoring infrastructure going beyond monthly reports.

Elite Spinet


Elite Spinet


$108


For Your Little Beethoven Nurture your childs budding musical talent with the spectacular Elite Spinet An elegant and durable piece that will be passed down from generation to generation the Elite Spinet comes complete with a play by color teaching system as well as a songbook The width of the keys correspond to that of adult keys easing the transition from this wonderful piano to an adult one Get ready for all those new compositions your child will be playing