The bass is literally just a distorted sine wave, I didn't put a lot of effort in there but it still sounds nice to me, and the drums are just dubstep drums. Nothing special. I think it works!
The guitars are actually just saw waves. A little pitch envelope at the start to give it that "strum", a filter envelope that fades out the high frequencies to emulate a guitar, and then some distortion to actually make it sound like a guitar. I think it sounds pretty good!
This shit is fucking scary. Please stay safe. https://www.propublica.org/article/a-medical-worker-describes--terrifying-lung-failure-from-covid19-even-in-his-young-patients
I always wonder what makes us like certain songs? How can I listen to hundreds of different ones and think "Oh yeah, this is good", "Ah that's nice", but then there's that one where you go "Oh my fucking god yes yes yes" and after you analyze it you're like "Huh this is hardly different from the other ones" yet you like it like 200 percent more?
Also if people bash Brave so much, then why is it the browser that doesn't? I have to admit I didn't do thorough research here, but it does indeed appear that way. Am confused.
I originally wanted to get a Pinebook, and I still might, but I already have this thing so...why not. And it's the MBA 2017 too. The one with the good keyboard. And SD card reader!
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Meanwhile we have completely self taught open source warriors pumping out code that supports your entire infrastructure without whom you just wouldn’t exist. Are they worthless? They write code the enterprise couldn’t even dream of. Ok ok I better stop before I completely explode
I code games and the occasional app, make music, record sounds, and generally exist overwhelmingly.
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