Audion Alpha

Origins of Audion Zebramatic II Soundbank for U-he Zebra2  Software

Posted by Dizel_ at Jan. 18, 2017
Origins of Audion Zebramatic II Soundbank for U-he Zebra2

Origins of Audion Zebramatic II Soundbank for U-he Zebra2 | 1 Mb

Zebramatic II contains 100 patches including darker pads and soundscapes, arppegiators, percussion, guitars and more! These presets were created having in mind darker compositions and films! From deranged soundscapes to angelic pads we are pretty sure that you will find new and interesting sounds in Zebramatic II! Bare in mind that most of our presets make use of ModWheel, After Touch, Expression Pedal and Pitch Bend to spice up the sound!

Origins of Audion Phobia Soundbank for U-he Zebra2  Software

Posted by Dizel_ at Jan. 17, 2017
Origins of Audion Phobia Soundbank for U-he Zebra2

Origins of Audion Phobia Soundbank for U-he Zebra2 | 1 Mb

Phobia is a collection of 118 presets with many dark and evocative soundscapes, fx, swells and pads, bass, arps and sequences. The main focus-points of Phobia are the Oscillators and Comb filters. Comb filter is a powerful tool in Zebra² and can be used to alter the sound essentially; combining it with the XY performance controls, it offers you endless combinations to create your own unique sounds.

Synergy - Audion (1981) [Reissue 1998]  Music

Posted by gribovar at May 19, 2015
Synergy - Audion (1981) [Reissue 1998]

Synergy - Audion (1981) [Reissue 1998]
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 262 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 106 MB | Covers - 42 MB
Genre: Electronic, Ambient | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Chronicles (314 558 046-2)

As Synergy, Larry Fast composed, recorded, and released Audion on Passport Records as a cassette and vinyl LP in 1981. It had a limited release as a CD in 1986. For digital remastering in 1998, Fast used the original tapes that preceded the original release. This legendary e-musician has always been on the cutting edge of technology and artistry. His soundscape is full of dense, deep, dark, and deft sequences. To assure that there are no mistaken identities, Fast adds more sequences. To give the disc its artistic integrity, he adds some synth riffs with rock & roll textures and timbres…

Wireless: From Marconi's Black-Box to the Audion (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at Jan. 8, 2015
Wireless: From Marconi's Black-Box to the Audion (Repost)

Sungook Hong, "Wireless: From Marconi's Black-Box to the Audion"
2001 | pages: 267 | ISBN: 0262082985 | PDF | 10 mb

Alpha Company: Iraq Diary: In The Wilderness of Zaidon (Part 2)  Video

Posted by cuocsongtuoidep at Aug. 21, 2009
Alpha Company: Iraq Diary: In The Wilderness of Zaidon (Part 2)

Alpha Company: Iraq Diary: In The Wilderness of Zaidon (Part 2)
576x416 | 02:30:40 | MP3 192kbps | XviD | 23fps | 720MB

During the summer of 2005, filmmaker Gordon Forbes spent three months embedded with the U.S. Marines 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion during their deployment to the Sunni Triangle in Iraq. He documented the daily grind and struggles of the men in Alpha Company as they fought the War on Terror, thousands of miles away from home. While most networks send a crew to shoot only enough footage for a 90-second highlight piece, this three-part documentary covers several operations — from helicopter raids and mounted patrols to everyday interactions with the people of Iraq.
Three platoons, 74 professional Marines — strangers in a strange land … Forbes was in the company of these men inside the wire and out in the field, as they fought an enemy they both despised and respected. We learn about how these Marines view war, their desire for combat and their fears. We see how they deal with extreme heat, the constant threat of IEDs and language barriers with humor. We see them dreaming, playing, frustrated and lonely. These Marines are the husbands, brothers, sons, uncles and citizens of America. Alpha Company: Iraq Diary is a Marine’s story, and not the kind you see on the evening news.

Alpha Company: Iraq Diary - Strangers in a Strange Land (Part 1)  Video

Posted by cuocsongtuoidep at Aug. 9, 2009
Alpha Company: Iraq Diary - Strangers in a Strange Land (Part 1)

Alpha Company: Iraq Diary - Strangers in a Strange Land (Part 1)
576x416 | 01:32:40 | LameMP3 | 192kbps | XviD | 23fps | 129kbps | 702MB

During the summer of 2005, filmmaker Gordon Forbes spent three months embedded with the U.S. Marines 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion during their deployment to the Sunni Triangle in Iraq. He documented the daily grind and struggles of the men in Alpha Company as they fought the War on Terror, thousands of miles away from home. While most networks send a crew to shoot only enough footage for a 90-second highlight piece, this three-part documentary covers several operations — from helicopter raids and mounted patrols to everyday interactions with the people of Iraq.
Three platoons, 74 professional Marines — strangers in a strange land … Forbes was in the company of these men inside the wire and out in the field, as they fought an enemy they both despised and respected. We learn about how these Marines view war, their desire for combat and their fears. We see how they deal with extreme heat, the constant threat of IEDs and language barriers with humor. We see them dreaming, playing, frustrated and lonely. These Marines are the husbands, brothers, sons, uncles and citizens of America. Alpha Company: Iraq Diary is a Marine’s story, and not the kind you see on the evening news.
Wireless: From Marconi's Black-Box to the Audion (Transformations: Studies in the History of Science and Technology)

Wireless: From Marconi's Black-Box to the Audion (Transformations: Studies in the History of Science and Technology)
Publisher: The MIT Press | Pages: 272 | Publication Date: 2001-10-01 | ISBN: 0262082985 | PDF

By 1897 Guglielmo Marconi had transformed James Clerk Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetic waves into a workable wireless telegraphy system, and by 1907 Lee de Forest had invented the audion, a feedback amplifier and oscillator that opened the way to practical radio transmission. Fifteen years after Marconi’s invention, wireless had become an essential means of communication, as well as a hobby for many. This book offers a new perspective on the early days of wireless communication. Drawing on previously untapped archival evidence and recent work in the history and sociology of science and technology, it examines the substance and context of both experimental and theoretical aspects of engineering and scientific practices in the first years of this technology. It offers new insights into the relationship between Marconi and his scientific advisor, the physicist John Ambrose Fleming (inventor of the vacuum tube). It includes the full story of the infamous 1903 incident in which Marconi’s opponent Nevil Maskelyne interfered with Fleming’s public demonstration of Marconi’s syntonic (tuning) system at the Royal Institution by sending derogatory messages from his own transmitter. The analysis of the Maskelyne affair highlights the struggle between Marconi and his opponents, the efficacy of early syntonic devices, Fleming’s role as a public witness to Marconi’s private experiments, and the nature of Marconi’s "shows." It also provides a rare case study of how the credibility of an engineer can be created, consumed, and suddenly destroyed. The book concludes with a discussion of de Forest’s audion and the shift from wireless telegraphy to radio.

Alpha Magazine - March/April 2005  Magazines

Posted by nextek at June 12, 2009
Alpha Magazine - March/April 2005

Alpha Magazine - March/April 2005
English | 48 pages | True PDF | 3.19 Mb

Audion Labs Podcast Station v2.0.6  Software

Posted by webgurru at Oct. 2, 2006
Audion Labs Podcast Station v2.0.6

Audion Labs Podcast Station v2.0.6

Audion Labs Podcast Station v2.0.6 | Win32 |Size: 11.95 MB


Record. Edit. Mix. Publish.

Welcome to Podcast Station, a Win 2k and XP program that will record, edit, mix and publish your podcasts. It's like having a control console on your computer. Podcast Station provides an easy and fun way to create a Podcast from start to finish. Designed to be used with or without mixers, amplifiers or compression/limiters because these are all built in.

Cf/x alpha v2.0.8.1 Mac OS X  Software

Posted by sveta.sevas at Jan. 16, 2017
Cf/x alpha v2.0.8.1 Mac OS X

Cf/x alpha 2.0.8.1 MacOSX | 57 MB

cf/x alpha specializes in image transparency and blending, packaged in a powerful non-destructive object editor. Create perfect compositions from your images or take your digital scrapbooking to the next level - with just a few mouse clicks. At any resolution you like. Or take a bunch of pictures, and quickly create a beautiful collage with stunning blends and other effects. Render your work once for press, then again for your digital brochure. Then export your composition (complete with all complex transparency) to your web page - or use them as textures for your TV, movie or other production.