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How To: Circuit bend a Yamaha PSS 140 synthesizer

In this video the man describes of the circuit bending of Yamaha pss 140 synthesizer. This is a good model it's a FM synthesizers. It got many songs , many cool rhythms,nice trumpets and it is working real nice.Here he states that it is important for power supply or else we don't need batteries.First thing we have to do is open the case and we can see the wires related to battery supply but he doesn't need batteries. Keep the case aside so that you can get free space. Remove the screws so tha...

How To: Play Pirates of the Caribbean main theme on violin

If you're a violin player who's looking to play the main theme song of Pirates of the Caribbean then look no further. This simple video walks you through the song. You'll likely want or need to pause a few times as you work out the fingering, but hang in there and you'll get it. This song is a catchy little ditty you can whip out at any party or seafaring bash. Memories of Jack Sparrow will soon be floating through your head as you play this song. Now you can play Pirates of the Caribbean the...

How To: Make a king ranch chicken casserole

There are so many things that can be made by using chicken as the main ingredient. Things from chicken soup to fried chicken, it is a main dish that can be prepared with anything or left on its own. In this tutorial, you'll be focusing on combining the chicken with several other ingredients to make a king ranch chicken casserole. Enjoy!

How To: Cheat on a test with help from your iPod

Watch this video to learn how to cheat on a test with help from your iPod. Ask a trusted friend for their notes/answers the night before. Then at your computer, just type up their notes/answers, or the important parts, and then save it in your computer as "How to make Grandma's Secret Fudge Brownies.txt" . Now plug your iPod into your computer and click Start- My Computer- (someone's iPod- Notes. Now you will need a separate window. Click Start- My Computer. Now find "How to make Grandma's Se...

How To: Build an Emergency Rucksack with a Poncho & Rope (The Horseshoe Pack)

There’s a good chance that you’ll be alone in life one day, and no... I’m not talking about a couch-bound, dateless loser with a pocket pussy and a bag of potato chips. I’m talking about alone. In the wilderness. Hungry. Cold. Lost. You can’t stay in one place too long, so it would be nice to have something to carry your belongings in. Maybe it’s post-apocalyptic land where you’re the sole survivor, and all the backpacks and rucksacks in the world are but mere ash. Either way, knowing this si...

How To: Tie fishing knots

Learn the right way of tying 3 handy fishing knots by watching this video. The first knot shown is the 'Clinch Knot'. One end of the fishing line is passed through the eye of the fishing hook. This end is pulled and wound around the main line about 6 to 8 times. Thereafter, the free end of the line is passed through the small loop formed at the beginning of the winding process. The winds are gently pushed to tighten the knot. The free end is then tucked in to complete the clinch knot. The nex...

How To: Draw the back view of a horse

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw the back view of a horse. Start by drawing the tail. Use a horse main brush made out of real horse main hair. Change to another brush to use a darker color for the rest of the body of the horse. Paint around the tail that you made to create the rear end and the legs that are on the horse. Also create the feet and make sure to just use one stroke as you are creating these. Next, creating a neck and then the head along with the main on the top of the horse...

How To: Replace the main gear on a Honey Bee King 3 helicopter

In this video, we learn how to replace the main gear on a Honey Bee King 3 helicopter. First, take the main blades off with a 2.5mm wrench. Remove the connectors, then remove the nut from the bottom gears and set it aside. Take out the gear and replace it with a new one. Screw it back into place, then make sure it's tightened. After this, you can place the blades back onto the helicopters and screw them into place. It will be hard to place some of the nuts back on, since they are located in s...

How To: Wire a single pole light switch

Before working on any circuit in your house, make sure you turn the light off at the circuit breaker and then test it at the switch. Use 14-2 wire which has two insulated wires, a white and a black, and a bare copper wire which is used for grounding. First you run a 14-2 wire from the main circuit panel into the switch box. Then run a 14-2 wire from the switch to the light bulb. The black wire from the main circuit panel gets attached to one of the poles on the switch. The black from the 14-2...

How To: Make a basic paragraph

This technique can be used to write answers for a question asked in the exam or can be used to write a paragraph while applying for a scholarship or while writing a brief letter. The main thing to be considered while writing the paragraph is having an outline, all we need to do is prepare an outline before starting the paragraph. First write the "main idea" that is to be delivered, then the main idea should be supported with additional details, there can be two to three additional points to s...

How To: Write your novel scene by scene

If this is your first novel or you want to make a better one then this video will give you good advice on how to write fiction character for a great novel. The animated animals and people in this video will give you some great advice to improve your novel.

How To: Defeat Barthandelus in Final Fantasy XIII

Make sure to buff up before fighting Barthandelus. Make sure you use the aegisol buff. Then use your Liba Scope ability in order to understand its weaknesses. Attack the smaller heads before attacking the main upside down head, because in the beginning it will be almost invincible. After attacking the sides of the boss, attack the main head. If your health drops to about half, switch over to medic class and heal. The boss has some strong attacks so make sure to be ready for them. If you buff ...

How To: Tie a perfection loop knot

This is a video demonstrating how to tie a perfection loop. This is a loop that is necessary for fishing. It can be using for sinkers and fly fishing. It is good for any purpose where a loop is needed. A loop is made first. The loop is held between the left thumb and index finger. The end of the line is taken and put over the loop. Then switch hands and take the end of the line below the main line, making two loops. Then the end of the line is placed between the two loops. Take the top loop n...

How To: Interpret crosses & islands on the main lines of your palm

In this tutorial, Peter John teaches us how to palm read: Crosses & islands on the main lines. Lines in the hand show how a person makes a change. When there is an island on the hand, this means the person needs to slow down and be careful. This could also mean their work is going to slow down or something in their career is going to change. If the island continues on throughout the hand, this means the person will manage to carry on and stay within their line of work when they are challenged...

How To: Say "I speak" or "he/she speaks" & more in Hindi

Learn how to frame sentences with our vocabulary knowledge in Hindi. So if you want to say "to speak" in Hindi, it'll be "bolna". If you want to say "I speak" in Hindi, it'll be "main bolta hun", just replace the "na" with "ta". If you want to say "he speaks" in Hindi, it'll be "wo bolta hai". If you want to say "she speaks" in Hindi, it'll be "wo bolti hai".

How To: Interpret crosses & islands on the main lines of your palms

In this Spirituality video tutorial you will learn how to palm read; crosses and islands on the main lines. These very often come on the main lines and sometimes they show a lot of changes in the person's life. If there is a cross on the heart line, it implies an emotional change. It could be a divorce. Islands on the heart line imply upsets; like an upset in marriage. Islands in the head line are often there because of a slowdown, may be they have changed their thinking or may be they have g...

How To: Use the main menu functions in Photoshop CS3

In this tutorial, we learn how to use the main menu functions in Photoshop CS3. All of your main menus are up on the top toolbar. There will be a drop down list for each different tab you select. When you create a new document, you will be prompted with a dialogue box that asks you how you want your page to be set up. Change the preferences to fit how you want your page to look. When you have changed all of your different settings, click on "ok" and you will be brought to your new document cr...

How To: Create main and subpages on your WordPress blog

See how to create a main page with a drop down menu revealing secondary pages — also known as parent/child or main and sub pages (subpages). Every version of WordPress brings with it new features, new functions and new ways of doing things. Fortunately, the very same technology that allows an open-source blog publishing application like WordPress to exist in the first place also makes it easy for its users to share information about the abovesaid things through videos like this one. Take a look.

How To: Sort data in single columns & whole tables in Excel

To sort data in Excel spreadsheets, have each category (for example, first and last names) in a single column. Click on any cell in the column you wish to sort. Be careful not to highlight the entire column, or results will be sorted only in that column. Click on DATA on the ribbon at the top. To sort in descending order, click on the z-a button. For more detail, click on the main SORT button, and you can specify which columns you want sorted and how. For instance, you can sort by descending ...

How To: Tie a "Uni-to-Uni" knot for kayak fishing

In this Outdoor Recreation video tutorial you will learn how to tie a "Uni-to-Uni" knot for kayak fishing. When fishing for Tuna, you don’t need a heavy leader. You need a 30 -40 lb test as a leader. Most spools come in 25 yard roll. Take half of the roll and use it as the leader. To tie the leader to the main line, you will need the uni-to-uni knot. Tying the uni-to-uni knot is pretty simple. Lay the main line and the leader parallel to each other going in opposite directions. Loop the mai...

How To: Disbud dahlias by the Dahlia Guy

The Dahlia Guy is going to explain the importance of disbudding dahlias. He explains that when you disbud a dahlia it allows the main flower to blossom to its fullest potential. When you don't disbud, the other buds that grow out of the flower can stunt the growth of the main flower. Now, when you disbud you want to locate the main flower of the group (3 buds usually, sometimes 2) and then just pull out the buds that are growing next to it. There is no true right or wrong way to disbud so any...

How To: Change ringtones on the Nokia N97

In this tutorial, we learn how to change ringtones on the Nokia N97. From the main menu, you will first tap the menu key. After this, scroll down the menu list and tap on the settings menu. From here, tap on profiles and then tap normal. After this, tap on 'customize' and then tap on the ringing tone option. From here, you can choose which tone you want to play when someone calls your phone. Once finished, select the song and then return back to the ringtone menu. If you're finished, go back ...

How To: Play the main themes from "Lord of the Rings"

In this video, we learn how to play the main themes from "Lord of the Rings". The first strings will be E, B, G, D, A, and E. Play this riff going from high to low as you play each one. Start out slow so you can better hear how each of the chords sounds as you play. The next riff will be: E, B, G, D, A, and E. Play this slowly as well, then play the first along with it, making sure to change the height in the chords to hear the difference between the first and second chord. Continue playing e...

How To: Knit a color-graded hat

When it comes to knitting patterns, simple algorithms can have very aesthetically pleasing results. Take the simple color-graded hat. See how to knit a color-graded hat with this easy, up close demonstration by Judy Graham, Knitter to the Stars.

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