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How To: Shield your pickups cavity on your electric guitar

Single coil pick ups are notorious for being noisy and for having a lot of buzz. One way that you can get rid of the buzz and save yourself from sounding annoying and unprofessional on stage without messing with your volume knob or buying expensive noise gates is putting in copper shielding in your pick up cavities and on the pick guard! In this video you will get a complete walkthrough of how to install the shielding and rewire your guitar back to normal!

How To: Mic your guitar amp and get a great sound in a live setting

When playing live, having the BEST sound possible is probably the most important part of the show! (well you know, besides rehearsing and stage performance, but that's a completely different subject!) When you're playing out, you need to be prepared to have a sound man who has absolutely no idea what he's doing or how to mic anything, including your amp. In this video you will get a full walkthrough of the different mics that you can use including dynamic mics and condenser mics, and differen...

How To: Walkthrough & beat Spore's Space Stage

Watch a 41 part series on Spore's Space Stage. How will you create the universe? With Spore you can nurture your creature through five stages of evolution: Cell, Creature, Tribe, Civilization, and Space. Or if you prefer, spend as much time as you like making creatures, vehicles, buildings and spaceships with Spore’s unique Creator tools.

How To: Walkthrough & beat Spore's Creature Stage

Watch an 8 part series on Spore's Space Stage. How will you create the universe? With Spore you can nurture your creature through five stages of evolution: Cell, Creature, Tribe, Civilization, and Space. Or if you prefer, spend as much time as you like making creatures, vehicles, buildings and spaceships with Spore’s unique Creator tools.

How To: Build a small and movable stage

In this stage design and construction video series, learn how to build one of those small “portals.” Our expert—a director, actor, and producer himself—will show you tips and techniques for building a small, mobile stage that can be set up anywhere you or your acting troupe decide to give a performance. This step-by-step guide to stage construction includes clips on what tools and materials to use, how to measure and cut the frame, what type of bolts to use for ease of tear down, and how to b...

How To: Teach your kids about music using GarageBand

In this tutorial, we learn how to teach your kids about music using GarageBand. GarageBand is a great way to help teach your kids about music and your favorite music! The kid can run the mouse over all the instruments on the stage and they will light up. The kid can play the noise of the instruments so they know how each of them will sound while they are played. You can also have them change in the sounds with different types of instruments. This will keep your child busy and get them interes...

How To: Stage your home when selling it

This video is about staging a home for sale. Bridget Kiene, a real estate broker, describes home staging and its significance. Bridget starts with defining home staging and mentions that 92 percent of people advertise their house for sale on the internet. This video also has some tips on home staging, such as, always stage an empty house, create a neutral color palette, eliminate clutter and modernize your decorations. Bridget clearly explains the basic steps we need to follow to sell a house...

How To: Install a stage 1 speaker package in a BMW X5

This video series goes over installing a stage 1 speaker package in a '00-'06 BMW X5 (E53). This consists of front and rear speakers (all 10 drivers in the car), rear mid base and rear mid range. Video one starts with the rear door panel removal, two covers front door panel removal - midbass and tweeter installation, three covers installing the rear door panels and the last video covers midrange installation.

How To: Play lead guitar licks like Angus Young from AC/DC

Angus Young of AC/DC is one of the true icons of rock guitar, both for his style on stage and for his amazingly simple but awesome-sounding blues rock licks. This video teaches you how to play six very cool such licks on electric guitar (did you think you were going to play Angus on acoustic? Come on.) quickly and easily. It breaks the licks down at low speed so that you can practice, practice, practice them until, even as a novice guitar player, you end up shredding just like the legend hims...

How To: Change the dressing on a stage two wound in nursing

Studying to be a nurse? Then here is a nursing how-to video that teaches you how to change the dressing on a stage II wound. Every nurse should know the basics of this technique, follow along and see how easy it is to use wound care products to change the dressing on a stage II wound. These medical tips are sure to help you pass your nursing exam with flying colors.

How To: Create a spiky textured hair style for men

Joico Spiker takes the time to show us how to style a mans hair so it is spiky and textured. It's very easy to get the gist of it even though the video is in a language other than english, . He recommends his hair styling product for this. He uses 3 separate stages of applying the hair gel, all three stages use about a nickel size dollop of gel. For the first stage you apply it over as much of an area as possible, setting a base for the second two stages. Next, you apply the second dollop of ...

How To: Use the Film & Stage plugin in SketchUp

Alex Oliver demonstrates how Art Directors and Cinematographers can use the Film & Stage plugin in SketchUp to explore the use of different camera lenses and aspect ratios on location or on a production set. The Film and Stage plug-in is a great way for film makers and directors to pre-visualize shots and scenes in SketchUp, a software you may only have thought useful for architecture and product pre-visualization. Learn how to plan shots and do animatics in this SketchUp tutorial.

How To: Build a simple stop motion puppet stage

Check out this fun animation tutorial video that shows you how to build a simple stage that sits on a table for your animation using a stop motion puppet. It will be a small, compact and easy to make stage. You will need a sheet of plywood and some screws. Follow the step by step instructions, add puppets and create your own stop motion animation video.

How To: Find sound effects on the Internet for your film

If you need some sound effects for your upcoming film, you better watch this video! After principle photography in production, you have to get into the editing process in post-porduction, which leads to sound department for ADR, Foley, Sound Effects and Sound Design. If you can't afford a professional sound designer for your movie, you can do it yourself, and this video will help you find sound effects on the Internet for your film.

How To: Record foley sound basics

This video covers the basics of recording Foley sound. Foley was a sound technician at Universal studios who invented a new sound effect method. This video will teach you how to use his method to get great sound effects.

How To: Walkthrough the flash game Droppy (win in 112 clicks)

Enter the game and select Stage 1. Click on the rock above you to make a snake come out. Click on the cactus and drop it on the snake to make a hat. Stage 2: Click and drag the trash to the right and click on the lamp. Click on the taxi that will appear to pass Stage 2. Stage 3: Click and drag the brick to the glass above to break it, open the door, and turn on the lamp. Grab the antenna and put it in the black hole on the edge of the building. Stage 4: Click on the boat and then click on you...

How To: Build a bass or sound trap

Halfed Ass Construction presents how to build a Bass / Sound trap in this home audio tutorial. This how-to video goes over the step by step instructions for how to build a frame, the materials needed the process of building the bass or sound trap. A bass trap acoustic panel will help capture low frequency sounds specifically, but will improve the sound quality of all levels. Turn your home into a sound studio or set on a budget. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to build a bass or sound...

How To: Play a country picking lick on the electric guitar

Do you dream of standing on stage in front of millions of fans with a guitar in your hand? You could make this dream come true, if only you could play the guitar! This guitar tutorial series from Robert Renman teaches you the basics of guitar playing along with a few beginner and intermediate techniques. You can learn how to play a fast country picking lick with this guitar lesson. This country picking lick sounds best when picked fairly fast. You can be jamming on the electric guitar to your...

How To: Apply lipstick for dance and stage performances

Applying lipstick for the stage is different than applying lipstick for everyday. On stage you are going to want to make sure your lipstick matches anyone else in your performance so that you look uniform, and also choose a "loud" color so your audience can see your lips. In this tutorial, you will learn how to apply lip liner, lipstick and fix any mistakes you might make. This look is perfect for a performance because you want people to be able to see your facial features from far away.

How To: Everything You Need to Know About Cooking with Plantains

The produce section is full of fruits, both familiar and quite strange. Depending on the season, you may see giant, bright-green bananas on display next to the normal bananas that you know and love. No, those aren't super-unripened bananas—they're plantains, and they are definitely a different fruit altogether. However, once you get to know them a little better, you'll find that they're much more fun to cook with.

How To: Improve the sound of your digital camcorder

This video shows you how to upgrade your consumer camcorder sound capabilities using a camcorder XLR adapter, a simple device that mounts to the bottom of the camera. It then tests and compares the various types of microphones that can be attached, including the lavalier, sennheiser, handheld interview, and the wireless clip-on microphone. WAtch this helpful instructional video, and boost the sound on your camcorder for professional audio.

How To: Fire a kiln

In order to fire a kiln, you will need the following: you will need to have a damper. There will also need to be a means of checking the fire, looking in to see the flame. Each stage will have to be closely monitored. Let it fire until it reaches an adequate temperature. It will transition through phases of heat. As it reaches reduction, you'll need to monitor the rate of rise. This stage, the reduction phase, is a slow stage of rise. It will take many hours to reach reduction phase. It will ...

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