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How To: Add movement to a bassline with filter modulation in Logic Pro 8 or 9

In this clip, you'll learn how to add excitement to a bass part by introducing a filter. Whether you're new to computer recording, new to the Ableton Live DAW (digital audio workstation) or just looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial from NextStepAudio. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Create a realistic lightning storm effect in Blender

Add energy and excitement to your scene with lightning! During this tutorial you will discover how to quickly model a detailed lightning bolt, make an object disintegrate, create light flashes, add glow and glare effects in the compositor. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular open-source 3D computer graphics application or are a seasoned digital artist merely on the lookout for new tips and tricks, you're sure to be well served by this free video software tutorial. For more ...

How To: Fold and fly a tumblewing walkalong glider

The science-fiction author, Arthur C. Clarke, once said, "That any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic". Who would have thought that we could create a wave of air with a piece of cardboard, and fly a folded sheet of telephone book paper on the wave of air? With this three-part video tutorial, you can find out how you can fly a piece of paper, making it surf on a wave of air. See how to make an origami tumblewing glider.

How To: Jump over a car with film effects & tricks

In this tutorial, we learn how to jump over a car with film effects & tricks. First, you will take a long shot of someone pretending like they are jumping over a car, make sure they add in excitement. After this, you will take a long shot of a car driving over in the same area. Now, load your clips and add in the image of the person jumping with the image of the car. After this, use the magic tool to add them both in the same scene, then you will have a great film effect that makes it look li...

How To: Build anticipation in your relationship

In this tutorial, Donna Barnes tells us how to build anticipation in a relationship. One little trick you can do is leave little notes around the house to have a small scavenger hunts for special treats and presents around the house. Another great thing to do is to send e-mails throughout the day talking about what you are going to do later that night can add more spice to the relationship. You can also plan a secret vacation for you and your partner, which will cause great excitement and ple...

How To: Relax and enjoy your wedding day

It can be difficult to remember to relax on your wedding day. All of the stress from planning and the excitement of the day can really get in the way of you actually enjoying this amazing step. Take a deep breath and check out this video from Fine Living for some helpful advice on how to stay in the moment on your big day.

How To: Reconnect with your ex-boyfriend

Are you a woman looking to reconnect with the one that got away? Whether you are trying to overcome a divorce or a breakup with your boyfriend, this video provides some helpful tips. Covers tough issues disagreement over children, money problems, lack of excitement in the bedroom, cheating and dishonesty, and whether or not your love reconnection is likely to work out. If you are thinking about getting back together with your ex, this is a must-see video.

How To: Keep a relationship fresh

The fresh feeling of excitement in a relationship may fade over time. Learn ways to keep things fresh in your relationship from a licensed clinical social worker in this video tutorial. Take action: make intimacy and romance are priority, allow spontaneity, and don't stop learning about your partner. Carolyn McIntyre, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is a licensed clinical social worker, a certified employee assistance professional, and has training in Life Coaching.

How To: Choose topics and write outlines for research papers

In this video, we learn how to choose topics and write outlines for research papers. First, you need to choose your topic, which will determine what direction your paper will go into. There are two types of papers, single viewpoint and multiple viewpoint. The different between these is taking one side or looking at different views of the debate at hand. Once you choose, you need to brainstorm a list of topics. Write down the pros and cons of the debate that you are taking, then make sure you ...

How To: Use the PS3 controller on PC for XP 32bit

Playing video games can be a fun past-time filled with excitement and joy. But, for some, playing on the PC can be a bit of a drag. The reason: usually if you play console games, using a controller can be an easy task, but switching from that to a keyboard and mouse is tougher. So find out how to avoid that with this helpful tutorial. Find out how to use the PS3 controller on a PC. Enjoy!

How To: Understand saltatory conduction in neurons

This video is a discourse about saltatory conduction in the neurons. According to the author, it begins with the opening of a gate on the membrane of one of the dendrites of a neuron, and positive charge enters through this gate. The positive charge spreads throughout the cell, and gets dissipated as it spreads, so that, by the time it reaches the Axon hillock of the neuron, it is left with very little potential. However, the potential which results from the simultaneous excitement of many de...

How To: Origami a paper heart with your kids

Origami is one of the simplest crafts you could teach your children. It's costs nothing, but provides hours of fun and excitement. The thrill of creating something wonderful is enough to keep the kids coming back for more. And the best paper folding project to start with… a heart. Folding paper hearts is one of the easiest origami items ever, which means it's great for young children. All you need is origami paper.

How To: Type a bomb symbol in Microsoft Word

This video will show you how you can simply type a symbol of a bomb in Microsoft Word. Using three easy steps, the symbol can be simply inserted into a word document. After opening up the Microsoft Word program, the user should then change the font type to a font which is called "Wingdings". This font will create symbols in the place of the regularly typed letters. In order to obtain the bomb symbol, simply type "M" (capital m) and the symbol will appear. The symbol should appear as a simple ...

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