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boost::asio Tutorial [003] - Eigenen Server schreiben
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boost::asio Tutorial [002] - HTTP Package schicken & Website auslesen
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C++ : Coding Standards by Example #1 (with Boost Beast)
Today I share my start into learning "boost beast" by going over the "fast http server" example. We'll see a live conversion of the code to my coding standard, some insight into how the library works, how it integrates with boost::asio and how we return the correct HTTP response. We touch on Programming techniques such as Structured Programming, Functional Programming, Object Orientation, RAII and event simply doing things the way I layout code for better maintainability through my own coding standard. GitHub: https://github.com/Xelous/boostBeast The boost libraries: http://boost.org/ Boost Invocation: https://beta.boost.org/build/doc/html/bbv2/overview/invocation.html The Boost Beast Fast Server Example: https://www.boost.org/doc/libs/1_67_0/libs/beast/example/http/server/fast/ Blog Post on Scoped Naming: http://megalomaniacbore.blogspot.com/2017/04/development-anti-hungarian-notation.html Note: Whilst publishing the project to GitHub (with only the required library files from boost) I found that the use of this "header only" boost beast example actually uses System, DateTime, RegEx and FileSystem.... So it's not "header only"... However, you need only "input" the system lib as per the video.
Views: 547 Lord Xelous
Socket Programming Part 1: TCP Server Socket Bind Listen Accept in C++
TCP Server Socket Bind Listen Accept in C++
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CppCon 2018: Vinnie Falco “Get rich quick! Using Boost.Beast WebSockets and Networking TS”
http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2018 — Do you want to make a lot of money? You'll see some examples of free browser and server based WebSocket programs which have earned their respective individual authors tens of millions of dollars in no time at all. Perhaps after seeing this talk in person, you'll write the next massively successful WebSocket app! The WebSocket protocol powers the interactive web by enabling two-way messaging between the browser and the web server. The Boost.Beast library implements this protocol on top of the industry standard Boost.Asio library which models the Networking Technical Specification proposed for the ISO C++ Standard. This presentation introduces Networking TS concepts and algorithms, how to read their requirements, and how to use them in your programs. We will build from scratch a multi-user chat server in C++11 using Beast, and the corresponding browser-based chat client in HTML and JavaScript. No prior knowledge or understanding of Beast or Asio is required, the talk is suited for everyone. Access the source code and slides for this talk at https://github.com/vinniefalco/CppCon2018 — Vinnie Falco President, The C++ Alliance I'm the author of BearShare, DSPFilters, and most importantly Boost.Beast - a C++ header only library that offers implementations for HTTP and WebSockets, located here: https://github.com/boostorg/beast/ — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
Views: 5149 CppCon
CppCon 2017: David Sackstein “Boost Your Program’s Health by Adding Fibers to your Coroutine”
http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2017 — This session is intended to help the advanced programmer to understand what coroutines and fibers are, what problems they solve and how they should be applied in practice. The session begins with an overview of these concepts, comparing them with threads, and demonstrating how they are exposed by the Boost libraries. Apart from being clean and succinct as Boost libraries typically are, the authors of these libraries have gone to great lengths to ensure that fibers and coroutines expose a programming model consistent with that of threads. This will make them seem very familiar. During the session I will demonstrate how fibers and coroutines can be used together with the powerful Boost.Asio library to solve some commonly occurring problems. To conclude, I will provide some practical tips and guidelines for those who are adding fibers and coroutines to their programming diet. — David Sackstein: codeprecise. Developer, Consultant, Trainer David is an experienced C++ and .Net developer and lectures on advanced topics in these languages. He is a great believer in the need to apply good engineering practices and clean code and assists his customers to implement them. He delivered a 90 minute session at ACCU 2015 on the topic of coroutines in C++ and C#. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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CppCon 2018: R. Leahy “The Networking TS in Practice: Testable, Composable Asynchronous I/O in C++”
http://CppCon.org Robert Leahy “The Networking TS in Practice: Testable, Composable Asynchronous I/O in C++” — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2018 — As the ISO Standard C++ Networking TS nears inclusion in C++20, Boost Asio, its foundation, has been available for some time; but in-depth coverage of how to use it is sparse. Asio’s own documentation, while thorough and detailed, is far from prescriptive, and offers few footholds for the beginner seeking to use and extend Asio in components of a larger software architecture. How can a library use Asio, or the TS, adding value and simplicity for users without hiding its power or sacrificing performance? This talk provides all the context and prescriptive guidance required to get started building software components based on Asio and the Networking TS, ripe for reuse and composition. It covers in detail the guarantees Asio offers, and the patterns Asio uses: Why they are important, how to use and extend them, and how to present them to users of your components. It further demonstrates patterns and practices for constructing testable Asio- and Networking TS-based components. The talk also includes an overview of how the Networking TS is evolving on its way to inclusion in the Standard, becoming more general and integrating with other Standard Library features, particularly the Parallelism TS and its executors, so that come C++20 your libraries will be ready to pivot from Asio to the Standard painlessly. — Robert Leahy, Maystreet LLC Software Engineer A graduate of the University of Victoria where he specialized in graphics, gaming, and digital geometry processing he spent 4.5 years in full stack web development before switching to develop infrastructure software for high frequency trading in early 2016 where he's focused on improving code quality and developer productivity while continuing to deliver and exceed performance needs and expectations. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
Views: 2880 CppCon
Getting Started with Asio: An Asio Based Flash XML Server (Michael Caisse) [Boostcon]
Michael Caisse speaks about Asio at Boostcon 2010.
Views: 659 CiereLabs
Episode 005 - Reverse lookups with Asio
Covers reverse DNS lookups with the Asio C++ networking library's resolver class. Explores reverse DNS settings for several popular web sites, uncovering some easter eggs in the process. Blog post: https://v1ntage.io/2017/08/04/episode-005-reverse-lookups-with-asio/ Full source code on GitHub: https://www.github.com/v1bri/codecast What is 1e100.net? https://support.google.com/faqs/answer/174717?hl=en
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Socket Programming
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SFML UDP Networking with clumsy 0.2 and 3 clients
Source: https://github.com/matt360/SFML-Networking
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Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 Review + Set-up Walkthrough
This video is a review of the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 USB Interface - http://amzn.to/1hbtGQS Full post » http://calebwojcik.com/blog/focusrite-scarlett-2i2-review Click more for the full transcript + links to items mentioned in this review. Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 USB Interface - http://amzn.to/1hbtGQS Heil PR-40 - http://amzn.to/1pLK83B Audio Technica AT899 - http://amzn.to/1m8NaZS 1/4" to 1/8" Stereo Headphone Jack Adapter - http://amzn.to/1u1uW1S M-Audio Studiophile AV 40's - http://amzn.to/1fqdRdX KRK RP5G3-NA Rokit 5's - http://amzn.to/1fqdRL0 ## Full Transcript: ## Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 Review & Podcasting Setup April 30, 2014 The Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 is a 2 input, 2 output XLR amp that plugs into via USB to a computer. I upgraded to using it about 4 months ago and I'm glad I did. If you're using an XLR microphone or instrument to record onto a computer, this is a perfect entry level pro amp to start with. It has two XLR inputs on the front, which you can manually control the gain of individually. These gain controls also show the colors that correspond to the peak levels of your audio. Green, Amber, and Red. Setting It Up To set it up, you run your XLR microphone, in this case my Heil PR-40, into port #1. Then turn the gain to roughly 2 or 3 o clock, switch direct monitor to on, plug in headphones (using a 1/4 to 1/8 stereo headphone jack adapter) to monitor yourself. Lastly, just plug in the USB cord into the back of your Scarlett and your computer. Now you're almost ready to record. Using it for Both Input & Output When using the Focusrite make sure to set it for the input and output device for my system (which on a Mac you can easily do by option clicking the volume icon). This way all of computer's sounds will go through the Focusrite. I do this all the time actually, specifically because that little hiss sound you get in your headphones when no sounds are playing on your computer doesn't happen with the Focusrite. Skype Settings Now, you won't be able to properly monitor yourself unless you turn the volume way up on the Focusrite, which when you're talking to someone over Skype, may make them extremely loud. To fix this, go into your Skype settings, then to the Audio/Video tab and turn down the Skype volume. You can also do this by pressing option + command and the up and down arrow keys. Mono Check Depending on what application you're using to record, input 1 and input 2 may both come through as mono left and right. So double check that you've changed the settings in your app to dual mono before exporting the file. 48 Volt Power I co-hosted a Google Hangout on Air and also recorded a quick interview via webcam with Pat Flynn using the Focusrite and two lavalier microphones, and the Audio Technica AT899 lavaliers that I use need external power or a battery to run. Luckily this Focusrite can provide 48 volt power through the XLR ports. Monitor Speakers Another cool feature of this Scarlett 2i2 is that you can plug in Monitor style speakers (which means they are higher quality and havezero latency so that what comes out of them doesn't get picked back up by the microphone). The plugs on the back aren't your typical RCA outputs though. They are ¼" TRS Jack outputs, so make sure the monitor speakers you buy have those inputs. Some monitor speakers that I'd recommend are either the M-Audio Studiophile AV 40's or the KRK Rokit's. Final Thoughts That's it for this review. I really like this Focusrite. It is sleak, small, sexy, and sounds great with my Heil PR-40. For just over a hundred dollars I highly recommend it. If you're interested in picking it or anything else I mentioned up, links to them all are above. For more gear recommendations from me, including all the equipment I used to make this video, go get my free gear guide. http://calebwojcik.com/gear DIY Video Guy: http://www.DIYVideoGuy.com *** // SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL // Click here to subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFHjtLWZRSCNno4Wv8NmHcg?sub_confirmation=1 // FREE COURSES // Start Our Free 7-Day Email Course: Video Gear for Any Budget: http://www.DIYVideoGuy.com/gear Start Our Free Adobe Premiere Pro 101 Course: http://www.calebwojcik.com/premiere101
Views: 637760 Caleb Wojcik
MVLRI Webinar: ACE Framework
Drawing on current research in the field, Dr. Jered Borup presents the Adolescent Community of Engagement (ACE) framework for examining support systems in online learning environments.
CppCon 2017: Alfred Bratterud “Deconstructing the OS: The devil’s In the side effects”
http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2017 — IncludeOS is a library operating system, where your C++ application pulls in exactly what it needs and turns it into a bootable binary. But once you have your standalone program with standard libraries, what do you really need from an operating system? In this talk we’ll show you some exciting developments in unikernel OS- and hypervisor design, ranging from a single-function do-it-all hardware interface for everything needed to run a web server, to a full on object-oriented ecosystem giving your C++ application total control over everything from devices, drivers and plugins, to every protocol in an internet enabled host. We’re running a full IP stack on platforms ranging from full blown server hardware to inside a single unit test in userspace and we still want more. We’ll discuss how minimal can be combined with maximal - giving you lots of modern abstractions while keeping the final binary as lean and mean as possible. — Alfred Bratterud: IncludeOS, CTO Alfred Bratterud is the creator of IncludeOS, the C++ unikernel. The work on IncludeOS started as a PhD research project but has since evolved into a full time venture for the IncludeOS developer team. Alfred holds BSc and MSc in computer science from the University of Oslo, with focus on logic and computability. He has 10+ years of industrial programming experience. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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C++Now 2017: Kirk Shoop "No raw std::thread! - Live Tweet Analysis in C++"
http://cppnow.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/boostcon/cppnow_presentations_2017 — No raw loops is the clarion call for applying the existing std algorithms to values-distributed in space. No raw std::thread is the same call to apply algorithms to values-distributed-in-space. The live tweet analysis app, explored here, provides a working example of how complex interactions between; a live stream of tweets, REST api calls, and the main rendering loop can be expressed by applying concurrent algorithms instead of raw std::thread and std::mutex. The app will request the twitter stream, parse out each tweet, call a Machine Learning REST API to return the sentiment of each tweet (positive or negative) display the tweets with search, display a word cloud and eventually attach the sentiment back to the correct tweet when the REST API completes. The app uses algorithms for values distributed in time to batch values in space, distribute values to different threads and coordinate values through time. When the values are distributed in space then the range-v3 algorithms library is used to process the batch of values. — Kirk Shoop Principal Software Engineer, Microsoft Rx Cpp, Asynchronous Algorithms, catching code errors at compile time. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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Traktor Pro 2 Tutorial: How to Set Up Headphone Cueing
Traktor Pro 2 has all the standard features that you would find on a standard DJ mixer built into the software mixer. Before you can use the headphone cue options, you need to correctly set up your soundcard with the proper mixing mode. Watch this video to learn how to set up Traktor Pro 2 with your multi-channel soundcard so that you can cue tracks in your headphones. Follow The DJ Podcast! http://thedjpodcast.com http://twitter.com/thedjpodcast http://facebook.com/thedjpodcast
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Are Sound Cards Still Relevant? Sound BlasterX AE-5
Anker Power Delivery Campaign: https://www.anker.com/deals/usb-c?country=us&utm_source=if&utm_medium=yt&utm_content=ltt03-20&utm_term=ltt03-20 Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD & 30W Wall Charger: : http://amzn.to/2z2QbLG Buy Casio Pro Trek on Amazon: http://geni.us/DmyO3fu The humble sound card was once the king of PC multimedia... Can Creative take back the crown from "good enough" onboard audio? Buy a Sound BlasterX AE-5: On Amazon: http://geni.us/w1EI9X On Newegg: http://geni.us/TQistKg Buy a Beyerdynamic DT990 PRO: On Amazon: http://geni.us/bV2An On Newegg: http://geni.us/bHAa Buy an Audeze LCD-2: On Amazon: http://geni.us/3y1hAc On Newegg: http://geni.us/oW91CnK Discuss on the forum: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/857492-are-sound-cards-still-relevant-sound-blasterx-ae-5/ Our Affiliates, Referral Programs, and Sponsors: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/75969-linus-tech-tips-affiliates-referral-programs-and-sponsors Linus Tech Tips merchandise at http://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/LinusTechTips/ Linus Tech Tips posters at http://crowdmade.com/linustechtips Our production gear: http://geni.us/cvOS Twitter - https://twitter.com/linustech Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/LinusTech Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/linustech Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/linustech Intro Screen Music Credit: Title: Laszlo - Supernova Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKfxmFU3lWY iTunes Download Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/supernova/id936805712 Artist Link: https://soundcloud.com/laszlomusic Outro Screen Music Credit: Approaching Nirvana - Sugar High http://www.youtube.com/approachingnirvana Sound effects provided by http://www.freesfx.co.uk/sfx/
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Steinberg Cubase Pro 8, 8.5 - Installing Updated NVIDIA Graphic Driver Troubleshooting Cubase Issues
Demonstrating how I install my graphics driver for information purposes. Testing Platform Specs: OS: Windows 7 64bit DAW: Cubase Pro 8 v8.0.30 (64bit) and v8.5.20 (64bit) CPU: i7 960 Bloomfield (Turbo & C1E disabled) Motherboard: ASUS P6X58D-E x58 Chipset 1366 Socket (BIOS v701) Graphic Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX970 - Driver v373.06 RAM: 12GB Corsair Dominator (CMP12GX3M3A1600C9) HDD: Samsung EVO SSD 1TB (MZ-75E1T0) Audio Interface: RME Fireface UCX - Driver v1.095 Rev 46 PSU: Corsair AX860 (CP-9020044-AU) Network Adapter: Intel Gigabit CT PCIe (EXPI9301CT)
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Control Room Outputs: How to Connect BEHRINGER XENYX Mixer with TRUTH Monitors
This video will demonstrate how take advantage of your BEHRINGER XENYX mixer's Control Room Outputs.
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How to Route Music Through the USB AUX Inputs X32/M32
This video is to show you how to route music through the USB Aux inputs on any Behringer X32 or Midas M32 console. In this video I will show you how to play itunes through your console using the USB sound card .
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Asus Xonar DG Microphone Not Working Fix Voice Tutorial
Wanna refresh and watch some ads??? pls "Disable all the mics in Sound settings in Win 7/8.1 so only "MIC" shows up (with the little repair tool)" - Mika Eriksen "If your headphones, even on 100%, are not loud enough (DONT DO THIS WITH LOW POWER EARPHONES) but turn the "2 speakers" setting to "headphones" and control the wattage using the symbol that appears (I use 32 ohms for desktop 32 to 64 for games) just dont ramp up your volume to 100% with the ohms on 64." - mgproryh This is a tutorial on how to fix the the problem where your microphone doesn't work when using the Asus Xonar DG and using the Audio Center. Also after doing this you could also go to "recording devices" and change the microphone to default so that you can always use it. Like this video if you found it helpful. Thank you for all of the nice comments! I'm glad that this video was able to help so many people :)
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Recording Speakers AND Mic Using Stereo Mix in Windows 7 with CamStudio
http://camstudio.org to download CamStudio. NOTE: I recently found a new solution that replaces Stereo Mix with a "Virtual Audio Cable" - it is called "VoiceMeeter" - very cool - find it at http://vb-audio.pagesperso-orange.fr/Voicemeeter/index.htm and watch this video for how to use it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoS39lr_HPE and this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLADO0ZcWBBb7h0BGoMjHEJMiTEnXHAtoV Get 2010 Microsoft C++ libraries from here to solve the MFC100.dll missing error if you get that during installation: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=8328 Like it, please! Part of the "How To Use CamStudio" Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=A57A11C0D77BBF9B Vista users see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTtZK6v71zw For a simpler method for those with analog plug-in mics, see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wy98HMqcYw4 http://screencasttutorial.org Please comment and rate this! This question is perhaps one of the most often asked in the past on the XP systems. Here is how to do it in Windows 7. I have a RealTek HD Audio sound card, but the settings should be similar across any Windows 7 audio system, as they all share the new Windows 7 audio sub-systems. A transcript of this video is available at http://screencasttutorial.org/?p=395 Also visit http://screencasttutorial.org to get my newsletter and read more articles. Please Rate & Favorite and also Subscribe to my channel! I actually reply to all comments, so please do leave one, even if only to say, "Thanks!" Here is a text-rundown by a viewer David of his steps: I am running a Windows 7 Ultimate OS on a Gateway DX4300 64-bit desktop PC. My audio device is a built-in Realtek High Definition sound card. What I did to configure the "mic and speakers at the same time" was ... - In CamStudio V2.7, select the "Record audio from Microphone" setting set in the Options menu. - In the Windows Sound Control Panel, select the Playback tab and select Speakers as your Default Device - In the Speaker Properties, Levels tab, adjust levels of speakers and mic (start at 100 and adjust downward if, say, feedback problems occur) - In the Speaker Properties, Advanced tab, select the sample rate (24 bit, 44100 Hz) - In the Windows Sound Control Panel, select the Recording tab and select Stereo Mix as your Default Device, and FrontMic (e.g., for my configuration) as your Default Communications Device - In the FrontMic Properties, Levels tab, adjust levels of mic to 100 and boost to +20.0 dB (again, adjust downward if feedback problems occur) - In the FrontMic Properties, Advanced tab, select the sample rate (2 channel, 16 bit, 44100 Hz) - (Optionally) In the FrontMic Properties, Listen tab, check the Listen to this device checkbox (unless if causes too much echo/feedback) - In the Stereo Mix Properties, Listen tab, Playback through this device dropdown, select eother Default Playback Device, or Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio, for my configuration) - In the Stereo Mix Properties, Levels tab, adjust levels of Stereo Mix to 100 - In the Stereo Mix Properties, Advanced tab, select the sample rate (2 channel, 16 bit, 44100 Hz) Just to clarify a few things since I'm seeing posts with similar problems: Like I said in the tutorial, this doesn't work for everybody, but it does work for many. Let's see why yours is not. First, you MUST have the analog speakers (NOT Headphones) selected as the output device, as Stereo Mix derives its signal from that. If you don't have analog speakers to plug in, plug in your headphones into the analog speaker jack. ASIO4ALL is not going to work here. It has to use the Windows audio subsystem, which ASIO4ALL is a replacement for. Second, you do not make the mic the default, you make stereo mix the default recording device. THEN you go to the microphone properties, and to the LISTEN tab, and check the box, selecting your analog speakers as the device you are sending it to. That is the magic secret. Remember, Stereo Mix only gets its signal from the analog speakers. It cannot be tricked to get the audio from elsewhere. Third, you can, however, listen to the output of Stereo Mix through an alternate output by using the LISTEN tab again, but checking the box and selecting the other output as where you are sending the signal. This is only useful if you are not concerned about the delay/latency that occurs. I cannot imagine a scenario where ASIO4ALL is included in this routing arrangement. If you figure something out, I'd like to know about it, and I'll make a tutorial on it OR feature a tutorial made by you. There you have it! Cheers!
Views: 185937 Terry Leigh Britton
Como formatar placa mãe Asus pelo pendriver
Nesta video aula estou ensinando como dar boot na placa mãe Asus pelo pendriver, pois quando não se encotra no setup. Boa aula pra todos Curso que eu fiz Manutenção de computadores http://bit.ly/manutencaodecomputaores Inscreva-se no canal https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd8IA0_O3Fj3BWLuIkYpMmA https://youtu.be/lFeinr-Biig
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How to: Fix Asus Maximus VI Hero / Realtek sound problem using Jack for Windows
How to: Fix Asus Maximus VI Hero / Realtek sound problem using Jack for Windows. About two weeks ago I put together a new PC and noticed a bug with the sound. There was a clear "pop" before and after a sound started playing, which quickly become very annoying. I then discovered I'm not the only one having this issue and there seems to be no real fix for it. I then found out that when Jack is running in the background the popping sounds were gone. This video shows you how to set up Jack for Windows and how to set up a task to automatically start Jack when Windows starts. RoG forum thread: http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?35434-Maximus-VI-Hero-sound-problem/ Download Jack for Windows: http://jackaudio.org/download ================================================= Finally, after 3 years, there's a working Realtek driver available. The below description is from a comment by: Mooferoo Hi guys, i've been using this Jack method since getting my Asus motherboard, but i've just downloaded new Realtek drivers that completely fixed all this for me! ftp://ftp3.realtek.com.tw/Realtek/GeneralRelease/ username : spcust password : hwwk758z and get the 7824_PG445_Win10_Win8.1_Win8_Win7_WHQL.zip driver. This is the official Realtek ftp site where they seem to update drivers a lot more often without putting them on their actual website. I'm running windows 7 64bit so i can't vouch for win8 & 10. ================================================ Try it out and see how it goes.
Views: 42447 Peter Ginneberge
How to Troubleshoot No Sound on a Sony VAIO® Notebook
This video will show you the troubleshooting steps when you are not receiving sound from your Sony VAIO computer.
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Bryce Alexander Perfect Pitch Mini Course-absolute Pitch Simulator
Click here: http://bit.ly/XlyY2r Bryce Alexander Perfect Pitch Mini Course-absolute Pitch Simulator ¯A»A¿ Bryce Alexander Perfect Pitch Mini Course-Absolute Pitch Simulator The Absolute Pitch Simulator Experience Hearing in Perfect Pitch Today What is the AbsolutePitch Simulatorb The Absolute Pitch Simulator is an exciting, unique system for learning perfect pitch. The software processes the input from an instrument in real time so that anyone can hear what it is like to have perfect pitch. You may have read that each note possesses a unique quality, or Apitch colorA. These allow musicians with perfect pitch to identify the notes being played and add an extra dimension to the experience of listening to music. The Perfect Pitch Simulator exaggerates these qualities so that they can be heard by anyone. Over time, your ear will learn to tune in to the quality of each note. You can reduce the settings at your own pace until you are hearing the normal sound of your instrument in perfect pitch. The price of the application is only $22.50 and is available HERE. Sales arehandled by the secure server at Clickbank, the largest digital products retail outlet in the world. Absolute Pitch Simulator Screen Shot TheAbsolute Pitch Simulator is easy to use. The complexity of the system is behind the surface where the actual processing occurs. For the user, simply plug your instrument in to the microphone input of your PC, load the program, get some headphones or speakers plugged in then set your volume levels and start playing. There is also the option to play .wav files through the system. A special folder is set up to store .wav sound files to be played. If multiple files are saved in this folder, the simulator will play them at random, this means you can save sound files of various notes and test your perfect pitch recognition skills. The product is available as a .zip download and the application formatis.exe. This can be downloaded immediately for only A£22.50. Technicalrequirements: APC with Windows XP,Vista, or Windows 7 Available hardware for recording your instrument or voice. You can check if you are able to do this on your PC by opening Windows Sound Recorder and recording a sample. The microphone input of your sound card or motherboard is usually a pink socket. If you plan to use an acoustic instrument, please ensure you have a suitable microphone. For example, you will find that a microphone suited to human voice does not pick up a violin very effectively. Your computer needs to be able to accepta signalfrom the microphone input and output the signal with minimum delay. A normal computer, even a few years old, with only on-board soundcan do this (NVIDIA nForce with Realtek is the most common).There is an ASIO version of the application included for use with the ASIO4All driver, which bypassesthe latencies caused by Windows. Range The Simulator will exaggerate the Apitch colorsA of notes from E2 to F#5 (the range of a guitar). So What do You Getb When you purchase the Simulator, you become part of our community of musicians. Youwill have access to allkinds of forthcoming materials: Free updates and ugrades to the Simulator from now on The mini-course introduction to learning perfect pitch (if you do not already have the course) Further lessons continuing from the mini-course aboutcovering allnote characteristics from E2 to F#5 Tutorials on advancing your skills, such as learning how to recall pitches News and advice coming from the Bryce Alexander community Special perfect-pitch recordings where entire musical pieces are given the harmonic boost treatment Discounts on future Bryce Alexander products The Bryce Alexander Theory of Perfect Pitch The important question is not so muchthat of AwhatbA but the question of AhowbA. We all know what perfect pitch is, but how do this minority of people recognize these supposed elusive AqualitiesA of the notesb How does perfect pitch actually work and what are these qualitiesb Some of the world's most accomplished musicians do not have perfect pitch, however, most of us exhibit amazing skills of aural recognition every day. For example, we can easily recognize our mother's voice amongst hundreds of other voices and sounds, so why can't we hear the tone qualities between different notesb To answer these questions, we need to understand a few basic acoustic principles. Firstly, every tonal sound from an instrument, voice, or any other source contains a fundamental frequency and several harmonics. Harmonics are sometimes referred to as overtones and are always present. Even if a single sine wave tone is generated and output to a speaker, there will be harmonics in the sound. This is because of the physical nature of waves to create other waves. The harmonics of a tone are multiples of the fundamental frequency. When you play an A440 on your instrument, the sound you hear is made up from 440 Hz, 880 Hz, 1320 Hz, 1760 Hz, 2200 Hz, and so on. Usually the fundamental (440 Hz
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