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Essay on MP3 and Music
The Possibilities and Problems of Digital Recording and Distribution
Abstract: This essay deals with the creative possibilities generated by the influx of inexpensive and
easy to use digital recording software, hardware, and digital distribution techniques. One of the main
themes of the essay is the problem of upholding creativity and artistic integrity in an unmediated
digital environment.
What would you say if I told you that I had bought entire paragraphs of this paper online? You
would probably accuse me of plagiarism and disregard the contents of the essay. However, many
contemporary composers and their listeners consider the practice of buying digital "loops" of music
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However, modern technology has made it possible to package many of the features of large
recording studios into small digital recording consoles, which amateur musicians can afford. The
price of one of these consoles, the Tascam Digital Portastudio 788, at Musiciansfriend.com, is
$899.99 [1]. This console, although seemingly expensive, is much more cost–effective than paying
for an entire studio, and can achieve nearly the same results. The real benefit of a digital recording
console, however, is the creative control it bestows upon musicians. Instead of having a producer
who dictates how the recording should sound, the musician becomes the producer, giving him
complete control over all aspects of the composition. Additionally, because of the cost of studio
recording, a musician's time in the studio is usually limited. However, with a personal digital
recording console, one can freely experiment with new ideas without time constraints. While this
unmediated recording environment theoretically provides an artist with unlimited creative
flexibility, it also allows for detrimental misuse in the form of non–original composition, which can
negate the creative possibilities of this new artistic process.
The accessibility and simplicity of the unmediated digital recording process enable individuals, who
otherwise would not be involved in music recording, damage the reputation
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My Understanding Aligns Best With Developmental Models Of...
In terms of identifying a personal philosophy of change, I have found that my understanding aligns
best with developmental models of change. Developmental models suggest that people move
through stages of change as they grow. This understanding of change is especially useful in the
supervisory relationship. It is likely that the supervisee has a limited skill set and likely lacks
confidence in his/her ability, as he/she has only had limited experience in the beginning stages of
change. As he/she progresses through the stages, however, the skill set grows and more confidence
is gained, as explained by the developmental models. A large portion of the time, supervisees move
through these stages of change with the help of their supervisor. It ... Show more content on
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With the likely already present anxiety related to being a beginning therapist, working through these
issues may be more difficult. Therefore, it is important for the supervisor to be mindful of this and
provide support to the supervisee as need be. It is also important for the supervisor to remember that
the supervisee is likely still developing his/her own professional identity. The supervisee is a new
clinician and likely has little confidence and a limited skill set.
Due to this, there is importance in the supervisor being empathic. The supervisor should encourage
the supervisee to use problem–solving skills to work through the change. The supervisor should
continue to encourage the supervisee to problem solve on his/her own as much as possible to
improve his/her skill set. That is, it is important to remember that the supervisee has likely already
learned about what to do in difficult situations they will come across, so the supervisor should
encourage the supervisee to resolve such issues on their own as much as they can. Then, the
supervisor should work to normalize and validate the supervisee's experience. It is the supervisor's
job to know what stage the supervisee is in, help him/her move through the stages by providing
feedback that is in line with his/her current developmental level, and subsequently assist the
supervisee in his/her own progression to the next stage so the
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Designing And Implementing A Technology Project Essay
Designing and implementing a technology project that spans the three different areas of the team
will take a considerable amount of time, energy, planning and resources. The system must
incorporate a balance between all areas as well as a mechanism that supports the growing demand
for output of quality product in a sufficient and efficient manner. Since all three areas (victim
correspondence, property acquisitions, and debt management) function under various rules and
procedures according to internal governance as well as Federal statutes and policies, the system
must be cross functional and multi–functional as well as legally compliant. In as much, a lot of
consideration is necessary when deciding which product, software, and system to choose. For
example, the current system used by the debt management section of the Team uses an Oracle
Business product that relies on dashboards to compile, sort, and analyze data. However, the victim
correspondence system uses a web–based system that relates case summary and detailed information
as well as downloads and links to system and case related inquiries and information. Legalities are
also to be taken into consideration. Most available products are legally owned by other corporations
and are likely leased on long term bases. Because these intellectual products are leased, the
corporation still owns the rights to the products and full access or manipulation or alterations to the
products is a topic for discussion prior to
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The Nature And Importance Of Instructors Feedback
As a college student, I take instructor's feedback very seriously. Instructor feedback is an important
factor of student's performance in college. It can be positive or negative. The objective of
instructor's feedback is to help students identify what they are doing right or wrong. This helps them
to better their performance. As a student, I am very interested in researching about instructor's
feedback. What are the things students look for in a feedback? How effective are they? How can
instructors provide more effective feedback? Like myself, the majority of the students who
participated in my study think instructor feedback is very crucial to their academic performance and
they benefit from it.
In this research paper, I tried to go in depth about instructor's feedback. In the first part of the paper,
I will discuss about the nature and importance of instructors feedback. In the second part of the
paper, we will address what students think of instructors' feedback they receive, including in online
classes. Through analysis of interview data, I will answer the following research question: What are
international students' perceptions of instructor feedback at a U.S. university?
Methodology:
For this research paper, I interviewed 10 international students. They come from 6 different
countries. All of them have different academic environment in their home country. In this research
paper, I try to explore what they think of instructor feedback in US academic environment. A
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Examples Of Metalinguistic Feedback
and/or phrases such as "I don't understand" which indicate to the learner that there is a problem with
his or her utterance, and that it needs to be reformulated. For example: S: "His preferit food" T:
"Pardon? I don't understand the word preferit" D) Metalinguistic feedback With metalinguistic
feedback, the teacher does not provide the correct form but "comments, information, or questions
related to the well–formedness of the student's utterance" as Lyster and Ranta (1997: 47) states.
Metalinguistic feedback is a corrective feedback form of implicit correction which implies ways of
negotiation of form without explicitly providing the correct form. It generally provides either some
grammatical metalanguage that refers to the nature of the error or a word definition in the case of
lexical errors. It can also be body language which involves non–verbal cues such as facial
expressions or hand movements to indicate errors about word order or tense. (Lyster and Ranta,
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E) Elicitation Elicitation is a corrective feedback form of implicit correction which implies ways of
negotiation of form. In order to directly elicit the correct form from the learner, teachers can elicit
completion of his own utterance by "pausing to allow students to fill the blank" (Lyster and Ranta
1997:48). Teachers can also elicit the learners' self–repair by using a question in order to elicit the
correct form (e.g. How do we say X in English?) or use intonation in order to indicate that learners
should reformulate their utterance. For example: S: "He likes very much chocolate" T: "He likes
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Agency Evaluation : Care Matters Llc
Agency Evaluation Care Matters LLC does not have an overall feedback loop with which it gathers
information regarding efficacy. Most of the clients the agency works with are motor vehicle accident
survivors who need extensive medical treatment. They are entitled by Michigan No Fault Insurance
to a case manager to assist them with coordinating their medical care (Sinas, 2011). The case
managers work with many different doctors, insurance companies, and claims adjusters. As such,
most of their feedback takes place within outside arenas. However, Care Matters does provide
interns with a feedback loop. Ms. Wendy Hooker, the field advisor, is extremely involved with the
students she oversees. The interns would meet with clients and write a ... Show more content on
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The workers, from both agencies, shared strategies, feedback, and resources that could be utilized to
help the Baker family. While Care Matters program evaluation is informal, APS has a much more
formal evaluation process. According to Article IV, Section 53 of the Michigan Constitution
(Ringler, 2014), "The auditor general shall conduct post audits of financial transactions and accounts
of the state and of all branches, departments, offices, boards, commissions, agencies, authorities and
institutions of the state established by this constitution or by law, and performance post audits
thereof" (p. 2). The feedback loop for APS begins with The Office of the Auditor General. They
begin an audit of the efficacy of the program and subsequently release a detailed report of their
findings complete with recommendations for improvement. The Department of Human services then
must develop a plan to comply with the recommendations given and submit the plan for review to
the State Budget Office. The Office of Internal Audit Services must accept or reject the plan within
30 days. If the plan is rejected, steps are taken to finalize a new plan. Finally, APS is audited again
to determine if they have complied with the plan for improvement (Ringler, 2014). Appropriate
Methodology The initial plan for intervention was to speak with Mrs. Baker and formulate a plan of
change. By doing so, the social workers were adhering to the NASW code of
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Diploma in Audio Production Level 3
Diploma in Audio Production Level 3
The Soundcraft Vi4 is a state of the art professional live sound mixing console by Harman. The Vi4
is made up of multiple components that if used proficiently, can benefit any live sound
reinforcement situation. With 48 mono inputs of concurrent mixing channels, which can be coupled
to form stereo sound and direct outputs for each and every input, this is the ideal industry standard
sound desk for live sound reinforcement by Soundcraft.
The Soundcraft unit consists of a local rack and a stage box, each with its own input and output
quantity. There are 16 analogue line inputs and outputs not inclusive of the 3 adaptable analogue
microphone/line inputs on the local rack itself. The digital inputs and outputs on the local rack
supports 8 pairs (16 channels) of Audio Engineering Society/European Broadcasting Union
(AES/EBU) inputs and outputs as well as 64 channel Multichannel Audio Digital Interface (MADI)
in and out via optical SC connectors. Additionally, a talkback microphone input and line output can
also be located on the local rack.
The Vi4 stage box houses 48 analogue microphone/line inputs and 24 analogue line outputs with
remote gain control, phantom power (+48V), PAD and 80 Hz High Pass Filter (HPF) available only
at the stage box inputs.
The entire Soundcraft Vi4 structure is linked together via standard fit, shielded Cat 5E Ethernet
cables and is controlled by a control surface. The Soundcraft control surface is an
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Personal Philosophy of Nursing
What got you here won't get you there Name Institution Date Abstract It is every person's wish to
progress or, move from one point to another in life. Everybody loves being successful. However,
there are a number of factors, which should be put into consideration in order to be successful.
These are fundamental things that got you where you are, but will not get you to your destiny. On
this note, this paper will discuss at length, the important factors that should be taken into account, so
as to be successful. The paper will start by introducing the relevance of success, and later delve on
what factors will get you there, and sum up by giving an overall view on the topic at ... Show more
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If you would like to live a happy and more so, successful life, it is vital that you learn to express
gratitude wherever you go. In order to reach where you would like to be in life, everyone should
concentrate on their goals and objectives. Through expressing gratitude, people can learn to show
good deeds, and hence be able to receive the same goodness, in return. (Radwan, Msc.) Gratitude
refers to the act of being thankful, noticing simple pleasures, counting every little blessing, and
acknowledging every good done unto you. In other terms, it can be described as living life as if
everything happening in it is a miracle, and being able to continuously acknowledge every much
you receive. On the other hand, when people decide to concentrate a lot of energy on bad things in
life, it will make them remain in the state of conflict. But by developing gratitude, it will allow
someone to focus on positivity and the good things in life. It must be understood that this will allow
an individual to always remain optimistic, and with enthusiasm much success can be achieved. In
addition, the willingness to learn through failure can help to reach the desired destiny. Nearly
everybody fears failing, because it has been associated with all sorts of negativity. Although an
optimistic look on the other side of tripping or falling down in life can make someone to be
successful in
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Sound Recording In Canada
Sound Recording in Canada, not regulated by the Government
Introduction
Sound recording was initially invented in 1857 by Edouard–Leon Scott de Martinville. The
development of sound recording has gone through multiple stages to become what it is today. From
phonographs to magnetic tapes and further developments, sound recording has been used within the
music industry for ages. The government does not regulate the process of sound recording, however
conflicts regarding copyright infringements are present.
Brief History
An academic article written by Linda M. Fidler and William L. Schurk titled "Sound Recording
Archives" discusses the history of sound recording. During the 1960, the preservation of sound
recording "saw major changes in the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Broadcasting is "$14 billion industry that includes radio and television, as well as the distribution
services of cable, satellite, and, increasingly the Internet and mobile devices" (Gasher, Skinner,
Lorimer 218). The Canadian government regulates broadcasting because "it serves national, cultural,
and political goals" (Gasher, Skinner, Lorimer 219). The reason for comparing regulations between
sound recording and broadcasting is the fact that a great proportion of radio broadcasting is recorded
music. "There is a significant symbiosis between radio broadcast policy and policies designed to
encourage the production and dissemination of Canadian music" (Gasher, Skinenr, Lorimer 225).
Radio broadcasters are required to have a license in order to broadcast music through their channel.
The Canadian Radio–television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is in charge of
issuing these licenses to broadcasters. "Today, the CRTC's duties in the broadcasting field include:
issuing and renewing licenses, up to a maximum of seven years, modifying existing license
conditions, and suspending or revoking licenses" (Gasher, Skinner, Lorimer 221). It is evident that
the use of sound recordings within the field of broadcasting is strictly regulated. This further
develops an idea that the sound recording industry will become regulated within the future, as it is
present in such a vast
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Field Recording History
One of numerous terms imperative to the scope of this document is field recording. A literal
interpretation (i.e., to record in a field) falls short of what is encompassed. In contrast to the type of
recording with which many musicians may be familiar, within a highly controlled space exhibiting
minimal extraneous sound, field recording is audio recording conducted outside a recording studio.
This comes without exception, acquiring sounds produced by life, nature, or anything else present.
Noted field recordist and ecologist Bernie Krause (b. 1938) categorized the diverse sounds one may
record into three categories. Geophony refers to non–biological sounds produced by the earth (e.g.,
wind, water). Sounds made by the species of the recorded area are classified as biophony, while
human generated sounds of any kind are referred to as anthrophony.
Field recording, recording ostensibly in "the field" in contrast to the studio, provides discernible
explanation. That said, one may frequently find phonography used to describe the same activity.
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Moving into the 20th Century, Darius Milhaud, Paul Hindemith, and other composers offered
composed manipulation of recorded sounds, experimenting with variable–speed phonographs in the
1920s. Additionally, ethnomusicologists including Hugh Tracy and Kurosawa Takatomo utilized
extensive field recordings for archival. Modern field recording finds an array of uses, including
documentation, research, artistic, and otherwise. The degree to which these recordings are altered
varies among artists, with those that fully delve in phonography exhibiting little tangible
transformation of the acquired material. Some example of this will be illustrated later in discussing
soundscape
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Keeping God in the American Culture as Depicted in the...
Keeping God in the American Culture as Depicted in the Audio Adrenaline Song, Can't Take God
Away
Music has always been a big part of our culture. People sing and listen to songs for entertainment
and for encouragement. Explore folk songs or Negro spirituals for instance. Many slaves sang
spirituals for encouragement and hope to carry them through the rough times they experienced.
Even today, most people enjoy listening to music because they can relate to the things about which
the artists sing. Often artists sing about things that either upset or please them. These days, much of
American music exposes problems in our society. In a song entitled, Can't Take God Away, the
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Because the schools aren't allowed to teach that God exists, ("That would be forcing religion on
people; we have to have separation of church and state") the government is implying that believing
in God isn't important. According to what we're taught, "We are all that matters. We're all good
people but we'll be failures if we don't make more money than our parents did."
The song deals next with freedom when it says, "You can take my life, my land my liberty/Lock me
up, I'll still be free" in lines 10 – 11. Every day in many parts of the world, governments imprison,
beat, torture, and even kill Christians for their faith. To the songwriter, even if he experiences such
atrocities, he is still free. Although these horrors are uncommon here in the United States, I believe
this statement still applies to our country. Freedoms are still taken away from people because of
their beliefs in God, only on a smaller scale. For example, despite the fact that it is illegal, many
schools prohibit Christian clubs from using all the resources that are available to other clubs in the
school...all in the name of the "separation of church and state" allegedly found in the Constitution.
The song deals lastly with laws when it says, "You can take God out of the law/You can make me
listen to ya'll" in lines 13–14. This statement shows the songwriter's belief that God has been
removed from laws of our country. As with the other excerpts from the
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Voip Essay
A Performance Analysis OF VoIP Traffic Over
Wireless Lan And Wan Using Different Codecs
Tasnim Abdalla Abbas Mohamed * Dr.Amin Babiker A/ Nabi Mustafa
Department Of Communication Engineering .Al–Neelain University
ABSTRACT
A simulation model is presented to analyze and evaluate the performance of VoIP based integrated
wireless LAN/WAN with taking into account various voice encoding schemes. The network model
was simulated using OPNET Modeler software. Different parameters that indicate the QoS like
MOS, jitter, end to end delay, traffic send and traffic received are calculated and analyzed in
Wireless LAN/WAN scenarios. Depending on this evaluation, Selection codecs G.729A consider the
best choice for VoIP.
KEYWORDS
VoIP, Codecs, QoS
INTRODUCTION
During the recent years, there is a growing trend in real–time voice communication using Internet
protocol (IP). Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a technology that allows delivery of voice
communications over the Internet or other packet switched networks rather than the traditional
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Many VoIP applications are available on the internet:
Skype, Viber, Tango, and Yahoo messenger. All of these applications provide good quality and free
calls. In VoIP, the analog voice signal from the transmitter is converted into the digital format before
compression and encoding it into a stream of IP packets for transmission to the receiver over IP
network. At the receiving end,
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The Quality Of Standardized Patient
Medical education has recently started to accept innovative methods of teaching. Clinical skills
training in medical schools is one area of interest where if not taught properly can deprive students
of proper social skills. The focus in the medical community; however, now has shifted from
producing competent physicians to competent medical professionals who also posses proper bedside
ettiquite.
Simulation has taken a bold role in training students of not just procedures and medical
competencies, but also clinical skills. Standardized patients have provided a unique human touch in
this process of simulation. Specifically those that are trained to provide feedback have become an
invaluable tool to medicine. In this paper, the focus will be on the quality of standardized patient
debriefing.
Debriefing in medicine has recently become a popular form of feed back in medical schools today.
Extensive research shows debriefing is one of the most important parts of simulation and it is this
time where actual learning occurs. However, there is little literature and research on the training of
individuals who debrief in medical simulation. The styles of debriefing vary greatly and provide no
standard structure for delivering such feedback. Once the gaps in debriefing can be discovered for
standardized patients, it can make the process of training and maintaining a high quality of standards
much easier. This study will observe the quality of debriefing done by standardized patients
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Business Capstone Essay
Musically Infinite, LLC Business Plan Terrance P. Carson Principal 1990 Jonesboro Road
McDonough, Georgia 30253 (770) 777–9311 www.musically.infinite@sounds.com November 16,
2012 A. Executive Summary 4 A1. Business Identification: 4 A2. Mission, Goals and Objectives: 5
A3. Keys to Success: 5 B. Company Summary 9 B1. Industry History: 9 B2. Legal Form of
Ownership: 11 B3. Location and Facilities: 11 B4: Management Structure: 15 B5. Products and
Service: 17 C. Market Analysis 19 C1: Target Market 19 C2: Industry Analysis 20 C3: Competitive
Analysis 22 D. Market Strategy 25 D1: 4Ps. 25 D2: Price List– 28 D3: Selling Strategy– 29 D4:
Sales Forecast– 30 E. Implementation Strategy 33 E1. Overall Strategy– 33 E2. ... Show more
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The purpose of this business plan is to convey the vision for how Musically Infinite will become the
preferred vendor of choice for music artist both novice and veteran. This plan will detail the vital
steps involved in transforming an idea for a successful business into a thriving profitable pillar to the
Metro Atlanta Area economy. A2. Mission, Goals and Objectives The mission of "Musically
Infinite" is to provide Affordable, professionally engineered, complete Audio production." Musically
Infinite's goal is to become the industry standard for Audio production in the digital music era. From
the veteran vocal artists, worldwide superstars, to new local artists seeking to make a name for him
and herself with a high quality product usually only reserved for the elite and super wealthy. The
later part of our company name "Infinite" is defined as "immeasurably great, indefinitely or
exceedingly great; Unlimited, unbounded or unlimited; boundless or endless." This term when
joined with our focus "Music," is what our core passion is, and conveys that our corporate objective
is to allow an unlimited love for music to flow from our creative artists to the extent of their talents,
gifts or supernatural abilities. The literary genius that is embodied within the walls of skin held
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Using Oral Corrective Feedback And Understanding Of...
Research Concept Paper
Research title: Using Oral Corrective Feedback Collaborate with Written Corrective Feedback to
Encourage long–term improvement and understanding of English Writing Skill
Introduction Nowadays, English is one of important languages in the world because it is used as an
international language in all fields around the world. From this reason, it is necessary to know all
aspects of this language. Academic English writing is also an important skill since it is used
extensively in higher education and in the workplace makes English writing ability becomes a
necessary skill. However, many Thai students who don't have good writing ability are not able to
write accurately even English major students. This study will find out the way to improve writing
skill in university students. The researchers believe that one of the factors affecting the writing
ability is the way of giving corrective feedback of teachers and the feedback can help learners
develop their writing skill. There are two types of corrective feedback which usually found in
university writing courses: written corrective feedback and oral corrective feedback. However, the
lecturers normally use only written corrective feedback in their classes. This teaching strategy still
has a gap that some students don't understand why the mistakes are not correct. Moreover, this gap
of using only one method of using corrective feedbacks cannot make students improve their writing
ability.
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Manager Job Description Of A Podcast Manager
Podcast Manager Job Description
The Podcast Manager is responsible for maintaining editorial and stylistic standards, quality, and
content accuracy of all communications. The position develops, edits, and publishes written and
visual content; manages NUNU Publishing social media channels; and provides billable
communication services to NUNU PUBLISHING.
This position generates story ideas for, edits all content of, and is integral to readying for publication
of media content generated by NUNU PUBLISHING. The incumbent produces concise written copy
for press releases and member communications; creates and maintains production calendars; writes,
edits, and proofreads written corporate communication products.
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Job Type: Full–time or Contract
Salary: $ to $/year
Job Location:
Tallahassee, FL
NuNu Publishing is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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Executive Producer
We are seeking an experienced Executive Producer to work on podcasts for NuNu Publishing, a
company focusing on the stories of companies, organizations and individuals that are making
incredible efforts to advance and achieve a more healthy and sustainable world.
The person we have in mind is an avid podcast listener,
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Audio Engineer Essay
Audio Engineer An audio engineer is responsible for the operation of the soundboard and other
equipment in the recording of music, words, sounds, or any combination of such material. There are
several types of engineering positions available in today's studios. In large studios, there are usually
several engineers, each with the own duties and contributions. There are recording engineers,
recording assistants, set–up engineers, maintenance engineers, and even mix–down engineers in
some cases. In smaller studios the engineer is usually responsible for all of these duties. As a rule,
the engineer should be able to set–up, use, and fix the equipment they work with.
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These can include courses in physics, acoustics, music theory and performance, mathematics, and
electrical engineering. The greater and more in depth than a student's education is, the better the
chance of climbing to the top of the career ladder. These programs can be quite intense, and some
even highly competitive.
Another method of obtaining an education is by convincing a studio to take you on as an intern, with
training in lieu of compensation. This seems to be a long, hard route, but one should remember that
the recording industry is fairly young, and some of the greatest engineers received no formal
schooling, learning as the technology was created.
After training or schooling has been received, there are a few ways that might get you in the door
and working for a studio. 1) Offer your services for free (or next to) to a studio to learn the business.
2) Check what seminars are being offered for Recording Engineers and go. Contacts can be made
and learn more about the business. 3) Check with record companies for availability of internships. 4)
Knock on every studio door in town. Just get involved, stay informed, do whatever you can to
break–in and work. It may take a while to get in the door, but once you do, as long as you're
talented, work hard, and persevere your career should advance.
Engineers have a choice of three main routes as far as advancement goes. Some advance up the
large studio ladder, and become Chief
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Improving The Lives Of Adult Learners Essay
Using Screencast–o–matic in UMUC's Undergraduate Writing Program
University of Maryland University College has the mission of "improving the lives of adult
learners" (UMUC, 2016). In the Undergraduate School, the writing program contributes to this
mission by providing helping students meet their academic and professional goals through writing
instruction. Adult learners lead busy lives. They typically are balancing school with other
responsibilities such as work and family. Therefore, the writing program seeks technology that helps
students succeed being quick and easy to use. It is also beneficial if the technology can be used in
mobile platforms, as busy adult students might be completing school–related tasks while on the go.
Screencast–o–matic creates screen–capture videos, or screencasts, and can be beneficial for all
students taking courses in UMUC's writing program. Courses in the writing program incorporate a
process of drafting and revision, in which instructors provide feedback on drafts of written work,
and then students are tasked with revising their work based on that feedback. Course format is either
fully online or hybrid. In either case, students submitting papers and receive feedback online. It is
proposed that screencasts created with Screencast–o–matic be one method by which all UMUC
writing instructors provide feedback on student drafts.
Justification
Why Screencasting? Screencast technology allows computer users to capture the images and activity
on
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Critical Analysis Of Trifles
Trifles, by Susan K. Glaspell, is a play written in 1917 when the need for women's rights was
sought. Throughout the years, many productions of the play have taken place, as the story is famous
for it's strong opinion on the treatment of women, however many directors take what they can from
the story to give their interpretation of the characters, setting, and the plot. A video production of A
Jury of Her Peers, directed by Sally Heckel, will be different than an audio production of the same
play, directed Martin Jenkins, even if they stick to the same dialogue. For example, the bird scene,
although with the same lines and characters, can have different undertones depending on how the
characters stress their words, the pauses between sentences, their subtlety or their blatantly when in
action, and even the emotion expressed on the characters face. However, how can you see these
emotions through just an audio of the play? How can you feel the tension in the air, the pained
expression on the character's face, or their tight–lipped remarks? The audio production due to it's
lack of visual representation has to compensate with fervid voice action and controlled background
noises. Due to this, Ms.Peter sounds sophisticated and appeared to sound pleased when finding the
birdcage in Mrs.Wright's kitchen. When addressing the birdcage, Ms.Peters and Ms.Hale talk fast
paced, this causes their conversation to sound whole like they know what they're talking about.
Throughout the scene the emotions that they portray are watery; my only explanation is that there is
no heaviness or intensity of the truth of birdcage, they have no build up of the plot as if the presence
of the birdcage is a small matter but not the initial cause of Ms.Wright's trouble. However, when
Ms.hale describes Ms.Wright the tone changes to a serious note The video production, on the other
hand, brings the scene to life. They perfectly portray the house as stuffy, small, and worn down just
how a house on a farm would actually look like. The conversation between the town characters are
perfectly constructed, with Ms.Peters and her soft concerned face to Ms.Hale and her weary, worn
out personality. Ms.Hale sounds sorrowful in the home since she was
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Audio Engineering
Audio Engineering
I am passionate about audio engineering and a can see myself doing it as a career. I have always
pushed myself to learn more about music, and the skills I have learned have helped me to realize
that I want to work in the recording industry. "Starting a career in audio recording has traditionally
involved training through an informal apprenticeship system. With the rush of new technologies that
have revolutionized the recording industry in recent years, and the opportunities that new media are
opening up for recording professionals, a higher level of training and education in music, media and
technology is now required for any meaningful employment, even at the entry level." (Sound
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I am taking the first steps by getting a college degree in music and/or recording. To be a successful
audio engineer one must also have a love for music. Like many other careers it takes dedication and
hard work and may require entrepreneurial and people skills to create one's own job. Audi
Engineering is an exciting field that I can enjoy and make a solid career out
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Business Case Study: What Is Better World Books?
What is Better World Books? Better World Books is an online retailer of new as well as used
textbooks. The company focuses on social responsibility and environmental–friendly practices.
They currently stock over eight million new and used textbooks, novels, and nonfiction titles. All
proceeds from their sales are donated towards charitable literacy programs and they also regularly
donate books to people in need. In addition, every order shipped from the store is carbon–balanced.
How to use a Better World Books coupon? The Better World Books homepage regularly publishes
coupons and promo codes offering 10 to 20% discounts on regularly priced books. You could also
browse the internet for more websites that give out many more similar or other
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Audio Digital Devices
An S–curve analysis of the portable audio players industry yields interesting insights about the
technological evolution of the industry as well as the implications for the firms competing in the
market of such devices. In order to effectively analyze the industry it is useful to first provide a brief
overview of the evolution of the technology of portable audio players. In 1964 the first portable
audio device was introduced in the market, the 8 track cartridge stereo. The four most important
features of this device from the perspective of the customer and thus relevant for S–curve analysis
were size of the device, storage capacity, audio quality and ease of use (I will limit to the discussion
of selecting the song a customer wants the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The area where the curves overlap (where the CD curve has a lower level on the y–axis than the
audiocassette player) represents the introduction of CD players which were originally larger than
portable audiocassette players such as Sony's Walkman. Finally, we see that the S–curve of the
digital audio players starts at a higher level than the one for CDs as from the outset such devices
were extremely small given the new technology. While one could conceivably think of an
increasingly smaller device being developed with digital technology it would reach a natural limit as
you need a certain minimum amount of material to make the device. I will define storage capacity as
"storage capacity given the size of the storage device". Regarding storage capacity cassettes had less
storage capacity than CD players when CD players were introduced, thus we see CD players having
an S–curve that starts above that of cassette players. When digital devices appeared in the market
they had a much larger storage capacity than CDs therefore we see a large vertical gap between CD
players and digital audio devices (iPod for example). Regarding storage capacity one could
conceivably think that digital devices could improve dramatically however one would approach a
limit as at
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Jacob Breaks the Bar Essay
1) My client, Jacob, is a 22 year old senior in college, and desires to deadlift with proper form. His
overall goal is to gain muscle mass on a semi–ectomorph body frame. His knowledge and
experience with the deadlift movement is nominal. He wants to increase the weight he lifts, but
under an initial consultation, I noticed that his initial movement, breaking the weight from the floor,
was inadequate to improve his performance goal. Jacob admitted his novice status in the use of free
weights for mass building, and submitted to begin learning as if he were unaware of any knowledge
of the movement. Gross motor skills showing need for improvement were scapular retraction and
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2) Cecchini, González, Méndez–Giménez, and Fernández–Río (2011) defined mastery goals as
focusing on development and demonstration of competence via personal improvement and learning.
In contrast, performance goals focused on the demonstration or proving of competence levels
relative to other lifters. Darnon (2007) further explained that under mastery goals, attention is
allocated to the resolution of the task. Researchers have shown that mastery goals favor a deep
processing of the task, while performance goals share attention between the task and concern about
performance outcomes. Holmberg, Crantz, and Michaelson (2012) conducted a study to determine if
deadlift training could treat low back pain. In the beginning of the intervention, the subjects had to
learn a correct lifting technique, with low intensity and adequate rest periods, all under the
supervision of a physiotherapist. Progression was ensured by increasing the intensity or adding
repetitions or a combination of both. Results found that the subjects with discogenic LBP showed
positive response to deadlift training regarding pain intensity and functional status. The relevance to
the implementation for Jacob's plan will be in learning the correct lifting technique, albeit the
progression should be steeper. For the break, mastery goals will be used in stages and some of the
goals will be based on kinematics. Jacob's first goal will be to determine optimal grip
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Mp3 Research Papers
What is the hottest buzzword around the Internet today? What topic has replaced 'sex' as the most
searched for term on the web? The answer to both of these questions is MP3 audio.
MP3 stands for MPEG 1 Layer 3 Audio, which is a digital audio compression format developed by
the Moving Picture Experts Group. It takes a CD audio file and gets rid of all the frequencies on the
song that can't be heard by the human ear, thus ridding the data file of much wasted space. With
compression, the files turn out to be around four times smaller than the original with the same, near
CD quality audio. While "MP3" may technically be the name of the compression format, it has
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However, there are many bands that release their music online for publicity, which is completely
legal. The only time it is illegal is when the audio file is that of a copyrighted music track used
without the artist's permission.
To an up and coming band, MP3s and MP3 websites are a godsend. These bands can record a CD at
any recording studio, then rip – that is, take an audio CD track and turn it into an MP3 – the tracks
and put them on their website for anyone to download. The band could also put their songs on a
large, well known website such as mp3.com which specializes in the distribution of legal MP3 audio
files. By doing this, the band is allowing their music to be heard easily, quickly, and inexpensively
all over the world.
For music lovers around the globe, MP3s allow easy access to new music. They can easily get on
the Internet and find out about new bands and their music. They can also find songs by their favorite
bands that had been previously been unreleased or bootlegs from concerts.
When the MP3 standard was first developed, it was solely used on computers. One could download
the music, but then be stuck listening to it only there. Then Diamond, a well–known manufacturer of
computer multimedia devices, invented the Rio. The Rio was a small MP3 player much like a
Walkman. The device connected to a computer and the MP3s were
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Discuss the Impact of Digital Technology on the Production...
Over centuries past, music has seen leaps and bounds in the enhancement of theory, instruments, and
recording arts. The first major leap was the invention of the piano in 1709 by Bartolomeo Cristofori.
From that first major step came the introduction of electronic instruments short after the harnessing
of electricity which came in the early 19th century. Soon after that came recording and then on to
synthesizers and eventually digital recording. As computers were introduced to society, computer
music was also brought into our vision. What we are seeing today in the music industry is the use of
computers and the Internet to distribute music, whereas in the past, distribution was only available
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In addition, the large volume of traffic on the Internet makes it difficult to track messages and files
over time and space.
Given that there are thousands of MP3 sites around the world, with a vast array of musical
resources, visited by millions, there is a new social reality of individuals organizing themselves and
their musical passions. The music industry today is an organized business with over 70 percent of
the global market controlled by five major corporations. The possibilities for newcomers in the
business are few. MP3 was so undesirable because it represented an application of technology
unanticipated by the industry. Given the industry's history of taking advantage of new technologies,
how will it use the Internet?
The future of the business is closely related to computer technology and the World Wide Web. The
Internet provides opportunities to expand markets, transport goods more easily and hence increase
sales, and consequently provide for more profitable results. New computing developments and
environments will make the consumption of music easier than ever while at the same providing
products of a much higher quality:
"Systems are being put in place in stores to allow music (be it entire albums or individuals songs) to
be downloaded and burned to CD,
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The Effects Of Feedback On Learning Essay
The Effects of Feedback on Learning
Choo Jun Jie
13107898
James Cook University Singapore
PY1102 – Exploring Psychology 2
Dr Aoife McLoughlin
Bachelor of Psychology
13 April 2015 Introduction
Feedback is an important construct found within many theories of learning and in instruction, where
information is provided to learners after each trials or group of trials, in response to their movement
patterns and facilitates their learning process (Schmidt & Lee, 2011). A learning activity
accompanied by feedback can maintain or adapt cognitive operations according to how new
information about performance matches the learner 's expectations about performance (Bangert–
Drowns, Kulik, Kulik, & Morgan, 1991). The person on the receiving end of a feedback session is
able to gain knowledge of the quality and the results of their performance through the person giving
the feedback (Salmoni, Schmidt & Walter, 1984; Schmidt & Wrisberg, 2004). Research has shown
that the type of feedback provided has influences in the process of learning, which are no feedback,
partial feedback and full feedback respectively (Grant, McAvoy & Keenan, 1982). Research about
the presence of no feedback in experimental settings has shown that the lack of information allows
assumptions to be made during the process of learning, which tends to lead to higher risk of error
(Levine, Leitenberg & Richter, 1964; Rimm, Roesch, Perry, & Peebles, 1971). In a study conducted
by Hanna (1976) which explores
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Evaluation Of A Performance Evaluation Based On The...
For instance, loyalty, dynamism, leadership sociability, creativity are characteristics required in wide
variety of jobs. This type of evaluation is popular, although it remains widely criticized (McGregor,
1957). Many specialists believe that personality traits are unobservable, therefore, difficult to define
and measure. These can cause bias in the evaluation and shorten the validity because "the respect we
hold for the inherent value of the individual leaves us distresses when we must take responsibility
for judging the personal worth of a fellowman". (Schmidt & Hunter, 1998). Furthermore, the
personality traits is somewhat related to the performance of the individual at work. In addition,
making a judgment about an individual does not ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
With this type of evaluation, the peers play a central role because of the fact that they are familiar
with the work and also have daily interaction with the assesse. By contrast, in an organization where
there is competition among workers, the 360–degree may pervert the relationship of exchange and
cooperation. Certainly, with this type of evaluation there may be opportunity to speak badly of the
work done by others. Despite this, Antonioni mentioned that these personal opinions on the
colleagues, when expressed through this 360–degree appraisal could become opportunities to
address conflict and possibly solve it. Secondly, a feedback is given to the appraised. This is based
on many diversified information and, therefore, is supposed to be more credible and valid. As
mentioned by Antonioni, the multiple sources help increase loyalty and the measure of validity. In
addition, the confidentiality of the descriptions as well as the fact that specific observable behaviors
are taken into account adds more value to the validity. First, performance management through
evaluation allows employee to know what is expected of him and what will be evaluated. Individual
wants to know how the other deems to reflect on his behaviors. So along the way, the feedback
he/she receives may allow him to know what his evaluator think of his performance on the job and
what he could do in order to improve, maintain or fix. Receiving a feedback may be a constructive
experience,
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James T. Russell and the Invention of the Compact Disc Essay
James T. Russell and the Invention of the Compact Disc
James Russell was born in Bremerton, Washington in 1931. His first invention, at six years old, was
a remote–control battleship with a storage chamber for his lunch. In 1953, he earned his Bachelor of
Arts in physics and graduated from Reed College in Portland. Afterwards he went to work as a
Physicist in General Electric's nearby labs in Richland, Washington. There he started many
experimental instrumentation projects. He was one of the first to use a color TV screen and
keyboard with a computer. He designed and built the first electron beam welder.
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He knew that if you could represent the binary 0 and 1 with dark and light, then a device could be
produced that is able to read sounds or any other information without wearing it out and if he could
make the binary compact enough he could store a bunch on a small piece of film.
Bettelle let him pursue his project and in 1970, after years of work, he succeeded in inventing the
first digital–to–optical recording and playback system, the CD.
A CD is a simple round piece of plastic about 4/100ths of an inch thick, and 12 centimeters in
diameter used for electronic recording, storing, and playback. Most of a CD consists of an injection–
moulded piece of clear polycarbonate plastic. During manufacturing, this plastic
is impressed with microscopic bumps arranged as a single, continuous, extremely long spiral track
of data circling from the inside of the disc to the outside. Once the clear piece of polycarbonate is
formed, a thin, reflective aluminum layer is put onto the disc, covering the bumps. Then a thin
acrylic layer is sprayed over the aluminum to protect it, and the CD label is printed onto the acrylic.
The compact disc was first used for audio storage only, but are now used to store audio, video, text,
and any other information in digital form, and are able to hold 783 megabytes in all.
The CD works, because binary information is
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Nt1310 Tv Channels
What bit rate, in kb/s, is required in the channel from S to A (to the nearest thousandth)? S2.L1.HW
08.2.3 : What type of channel does this service require? S2.L1.HW 08.3 : A geostationary television
satellite is located approximately 36000 km above the earth. It relays images from a transmitter on
the ground to receivers (television sets) on the ground. S2.L1.HW 08.3.1 : What is the delivery time
for these images in this communication channel (to the nearest hundredth of a second)? The
propagation speed of a radio signal is 299,792.458 km/s (help yourself by drawing the "transmitter –
television receiver" channel). Disregard the transmission duration for this question. S2.L1.HW
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A and B are two users who communicate via this channel. A sends 10,000 bytes (10 kB) of data,
then B sends 200,000 bytes (200 kB), and finally A answers with 20,000 bytes (20 kB). You will
assume that the channel is shared perfectly, in other words, that switching from one direction of
transmission to the other after a message is received occurs without any delay. Draw a diagram to
help you. How many seconds will this exchange take (to the nearest hundredth of a second)?
S2.L1.HW 08.6 : Can the transmission of a message be interrupted? When a new message is
submitted, transmission of the previous message is stopped. A message must be fully transmitted
before another message can be transmitted. When a new message is submitted, transmission of the
previous message is stopped; it will be resumed after the new message has been transmitted.
S2.L1.HW 08.7 : Assume a 220–km–long cable. The propagation speed of the electric signal in this
cable is 220,000 km/s. A modem at each end transmits at a bit rate of 10 Mb/s. S2.L1.HW 08.7.1
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Persuasive Technology Is Important For Defining The...
Persuasive technology is the computing technology that encourages a social influence mechanism,
or a form of interaction that aims at changing the way people behave or think [XXX]. The
persuasive technology archetype is important for defining the interaction structures of systems
supporting behavioural change. Fogg [XX] lists the core concepts of persuasive technology as: (1)
an attempt to change attitudes or behaviour or both without coercion or deception, (2) a focus on
human computer interaction, (3) a focus on planned persuasive effects, (4) a focus on endogenous or
'built–in' persuasive intent, which means that a system is intentionally designed to persuade, and (5)
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These methodologies integrate persuasion strategies as described by Fogg, i.e. simplifying of
tracking and reinforcement. Both strategies are employing an underlying feedback loop by mirroring
back the recorded behaviour. The simplification of tracking give the interpretation of the data to the
user, but by capturing the right data, e.g. plotting sports activities vs. weight, some behaviours can
be sustained. Fogg [XXX] has also suggested some key persuasion principles on designing effective
persuasive technologies or methodologies, which include reduction, tunnelling, tailoring,
suggestion, self–monitoring, surveillance and conditioning. To briefly explain these principles so
that some content can be more easily understood later in the thesis. Reduction means using
technology to simplify complex tasks and the goal of this strategy is to let the desired behaviour
more tempting by reducing the difficulties and to make it easier for the user. Tunnelling is to provide
guidance to the user by guiding the user through a predefined sequence of activities, and this
strategy is being well applied in current design and implementation of general mobile applications.
Tailoring lets the general public use personalized and individually relevant information to change
attitudes or behaviour or both of them. Tailoring is known as one of
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Why Might People Say That Compression In Music Is More...
Research Question: Why might people say that compression in music is more detrimental than
beneficial?
Ever since I attended my first concert I had a sudden realization that the music sounded so full and
rich. It made me wonder how people get their music to sound the way they want it to sound. This
had me consider how music is made along with all the steps in the process from writing it to
distributing it. The process that most intrigued me was the production and mastering aspect of it,
which comprised of taking the recordings of instruments or vocals and choosing what to do with
them to make everything sound cohesive with one another. I had learned somewhat recently of how
compression has impacted music both positively and negatively. If audio compression did not exist
some aspects of music would never be able to be heard over others and music would cost more due
to data compression of music files. This research question affected my values when it comes to
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The author argued that dynamic range has not decreased from this process. He says that there was
just heavier limiting which decreases the overall sound which makes everything sound quieter.
Some record producers might agree that everything as whole might have gotten quieter from
increasing use of limiters which "limit" the sound of the overall song. Many audio engineers have
disagreed with him and say that it pretty much does the same thing as compressing the whole song.
They have argued if the loud parts get quieter and the quiet parts stay the same that the range
between them is closer, which results in less dynamic range. The author seems to be a little biased in
the way he doesn't state that without explicitly the processes being identical they effectively do the
same thing with the range of
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Using Oral Corrective Feedback For Students ' Improvement...
Research title
Using Oral Corrective Feedback with Written Corrective Feedback to Encourage students'
improvement of English Writing Skill
Introduction
Nowadays, English is one of the important languages in the world because it is used as an
international language in all fields. For this reason, it is necessary to know all aspects of this
language. Academic English writing is also an important skill since it is used extensively in higher
education and in the workplace. However, many Thai students are not able to write accurately even
English major students. This study will find out the way to improve writing skill in university
students. The researchers believe that one of the factors affecting the writing ability is the way of
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Research purpose This research aims to investigate the efficiency of using two kinds of corrective
feedback in writing, which are oral and written corrective feedback collaboratively in writing class,
whether this way of practice, compared to using only written corrective feedback, can encourage
students to more understand errors in their writings and reduce making mistakes in their further
tasks or making long–term effects on accuracy of English writing.
Research question
Does cooperation between oral corrective feedback and written corrective feedback is more efficient
than using only one type of corrective feedback?
Significance of the study This study result will indicate how useful to use two types of corrective
feedback together in writing class, and to compare the result between using only one type of
corrective feedback and both types of it. It can be a practical way in teaching English writing to Thai
students.
Literature Review
This section is conducted to discuss about theories and studies which are related to this research
topic "Using Oral Corrective Feedback with Written Corrective Feedback to Encourage students'
improvement of English Writing Skill". Oral and written corrective feedback will be used as the
treatment in this research. Therefore, three main issues about feedback, including definition of
feedback, types of feedback, and benefit of feedback toward the improvement of students' writing
ability will be
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What Does It Mean To Say In Jesus 9: 20-22
Isaiah 30:20–21 says, "The Lord will give you meager bread and water during oppression, but your
Teacher will not hide Himself any longer. Your eyes will see your Teacher, and whenever you turn to
the right or to the left, your ears will hear this command behind you: This is the way. Walk in it."
This passage is explaining to us the basis of God's will for our lives. I think something that we all
need to know and take from this passage is that voice talked about in the passage comes after the
decision. Also your personal calling is not knowing where you're going but knowing who you're
following. Throughout this essay I hope to briefly highlight in a few different ways a practical
method to finding the will of God in our lives. I think the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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A very well known verse is Matthew 28:19–20 but it tells us "Go and make disciples of all nations
baptizing them in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit..." This verse doesn't tell us to just sit
and home and wait for people to come to us and then tell them the Gospel of Jesus. It says GO! If
we go, then God will reveal our purpose and assignment once we are walking and following in
alignment with Him. One of my favorite quotes from the whole book is, "If you are living a Godly
life, He will give you the right desires. (Macarthur page
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Alabama University Application Research Paper
I have spent time after time thinking which college would be right for me in terms of academic
opportunities pertaining to the career I wish to pursue. Now after all this time I am absolutely certain
that the university is the college for me. It has everything I would want in terms of college and
learning environment. The welcoming atmosphere, the superb campus, and the opportunities that a
young adult about to enter the real world is searching for. I cannot envision myself at no other place
than the university of south Alabama.
There is more than meets the eye, however when it comes to why I wish to attend such a pristine
academic institution. While everything such as the departments and opportunities it offers are over
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I have visited a number of military museums and memorial sites in my life and every one i went to,
either the curator or other tourists were amazed by how long i would go on for about certain parts of
history that a section of the exhibit or area of the battlefield memorial pertained to. One day while
my family and i were visiting one of my favorite memorial sites, the USS Alabama battleship, I was
fortunate to have been there the first annual gathering of the USS Alabama living history crew, a
group of reenactors with a love for military history and the ship itself who board the ship and
reenact daily acts done by the sailors of the vessel to keep her afloat, from manning the anti–aircraft
guns to cooking meals for the other crewmen in the mess areas. I got the attention of the members of
the crew and they were so impressed by someone of my age(i was 14 at the time) and offered me a
chance to join and i accepted immediately and spent several days on the ship with them conducting
drills and educating the populace about the ship and its history and at the same time, expanding my
horizons and my love for
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Essay about SWOT Analysis for Wondermusic, a Non-Profit...
Executive Summary
Chart: Highlights 1.1 Objectives
Wondermusic is a non–profit organization that promotes young music talent by creating a free
educational and musical guidance program. Establish a space to provide musical educational
programs, sound proof rooms, recording studios and a private stage to promote their talent. Organize
music festivals and theater appearances around the city, as a performing experience and has an
educational, social and recreational alternative, and also to create awareness to the cause. Donate
instruments and award college scholarships.
Promoting and giving stage time to young talent will give them confidence and the opportunity to be
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Establish a space to provide musical educational programs, sound proof rooms, recording studios
and a private stage to promote their talent. Organize music festivals and theater appearances around
the city, as a performing experience and has an educational, social and recreational alternative, and
also to create awareness to the cause. Donate instruments and award college scholarships. The
founding team is comprise by Antonio Gonzalez, US Army veteran, Pace University senior and will
finish his BBA in Entrepreneurship this summer 2014 and with international marketing and
management experience, and Yelitza Montilla BBA in Marketing and Administration and with more
than 10 years of experience.
Promoting and giving stage time to young talent will give them confidence and the opportunity to be
heard, and in some cases have a chance to develop a career that will give them a financial
independence, in other cases, this talent will support their social and mental wellness to develop a
parallel professional career that will give them also a financial stability.
We will raise the funds needed for our program and service goals by organizing music festivals and
partnering with theaters, music halls. A special sales team will be formed, with a starting pay of $12
the hour, and for each $250,000 raise a 5% share for the team (4 or 5 persons), this team will target
government agencies with budget for this purpose, private sector, and private donors. A
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Ballora Character Analysis
Ballora is one of the seven animatronics (twelve if the Custom Night animatronics are counted) in
Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location. She is the entertainer from her own gallery room, which is
located from the west of Circus Baby's Entertainment and Rental. Appearance " FIVE NIGHTS AT
FREDDY'S Graphic designed dancer, Ballora with blue accents, and purple tuto. " – Scott
Cawthon's page, "Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)"[1] Out of all animatronics in the series, Ballora
is likely the most human–like animatronic yet. Resembling an actual ballerina, she wears a blue
bikini and a purple tutu decorated with golden orbs. She has pink rosy cheeks with matching
lipstick, blue hair, and blue nails. Her eyebrows are thin and colored in light–blue. She wears golden
pearl–shaped earrings, and a pearl tiara atop her head, making her one of the most decorated
characters in the series. In most of her appearances in the game, Ballora stands in a pose with her
hands above her head, and has her eyes closed. However, her eyes have been shown occasionally,
and are very small with purple irises. Her eyelids are blue–colored sporting long eyelashes as well.
Behavior BalloraJumpscare Ballora jumpscaring the player (click to animate). On Night 1, the
player is instructed by the HandUnit to check on her. Seeing that she is not on stage, the HandUnit
instructs the player to give her a controlled shock. After doing so, the player sees Ballora performing
on her stage. On Night 2, the
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Sound Recording, Its History and Impact on Media in the...
Sound Recording, Its History And Impact On Media In The 21st Century
On this essay I will try to show how Sound Recording impacts media in the 21st century. But in
order for me to do that I will need to explore the history of Sound Recording, which started in the
19th Century.
Before 1877 sound could be recorded but not played. That year Thomas Alva Edison invented the
talking tin foil, also known as the phonograph (voice – writer), which enabled sound to be played
back (the first speech to be recorded and played back was the poem by Sarah Josepha Hale (1830)
'Mary had a little lamb', which, unfortunately "was not preserved, but in 1927, Edison re–enacted
the recording for Fox Movietone news. It can be heard on the ... Show more content on
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waltzes, polkas, cakewalks, and so on. Yet the most famous leader of such a band, John Philip
Sousa, had doubts about the phonograph and publicly denounced recordings as inferior to live
music. Thus began a decades–long campaign against recorded music, sponsored by a succession of
music critics, social theorists, and musicians.
As one of those social theorists has argued, the real significance of the early phonograph was that it
transformed the way people listened to music. Where once music was a unique, live performance,
experienced in a public place with a group, now it was heard privately in the home and it was
possible to hear the same "performance" over and over. According to this argument, the listening
experience was cheapened." Recording History.org(?)
Music was available almost anywhere, any time so people, in theory, would be exposed to a wider
selection of music, which, some people believed, would result in a social uplift process. However in
the United States and Europe most people kept buying popular music instead of what reformers
called "good" music. "Good" music started being advertised more heavily, by companies like Victor,
Columbia and Edison's, by offering a wider variety of "good" music in their catalogs.
"Historians have also countered the argument that the phonograph degraded musical taste by noting
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Leadership Is A Personality Change
Leader is somebody who inspires, can make positive change in somebody's, life or situation directly
or indirectly whether it is a big or a small change (Dudley, D., 2010). Leadership is a personality
change that develops over time with efforts and experience. When I think from Dudley's
perspective, I had been a leader always I guess, but when we talk about realizing it and consciously
working to improve your skills that started after I started working. My desire to learn and excel
always pushed me to learn new skills and improve myself. I believe this desire and effort from my
end was recognized and people admired me for it. This trait in addition to my interpersonal skills
and participative nature helped me move to higher roles in the ... Show more content on
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Accountability comes when you realize you are responsible for something or someone, that can
impact somebody life or goals negatively or positively. Bolman, L. G. & Deal, T. E. (2013),
mentioned that group accountability is important for organizations success. I learned accountability
from the attachment I developed with people who I work with and from my managers. My manager
holds me accountable for my responsibilities and contribution towards organization goals by clearly
explaining what is expected out of me and my team, my job responsibilities, my contribution, how it
contributes to organization success and Why my role is important? I replicate the same and hold
myself and my team accountable for high level of performance needed, for any misses, or for any
tough decisions needed for the benefit of the organization. When you realize that you made a
decision that backfired, you easily can blame it on somebody else but then how will that impact
others, what will be your credibility? Such things made me more positive towards taking
responsibility of action and that had a very positive impact on me and my team. My team when saw
me doing this, was willing to take accountability for their actions and responsibilities rather than
shrugging it on each other. That really helped in forming a strong team that is firmly bonded by
trust. The components of a successful evidence–based leadership are aligning goals and behaviours
and ensuring accountability (Studer,
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  • 3. My Understanding Aligns Best With Developmental Models Of... In terms of identifying a personal philosophy of change, I have found that my understanding aligns best with developmental models of change. Developmental models suggest that people move through stages of change as they grow. This understanding of change is especially useful in the supervisory relationship. It is likely that the supervisee has a limited skill set and likely lacks confidence in his/her ability, as he/she has only had limited experience in the beginning stages of change. As he/she progresses through the stages, however, the skill set grows and more confidence is gained, as explained by the developmental models. A large portion of the time, supervisees move through these stages of change with the help of their supervisor. It ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With the likely already present anxiety related to being a beginning therapist, working through these issues may be more difficult. Therefore, it is important for the supervisor to be mindful of this and provide support to the supervisee as need be. It is also important for the supervisor to remember that the supervisee is likely still developing his/her own professional identity. The supervisee is a new clinician and likely has little confidence and a limited skill set. Due to this, there is importance in the supervisor being empathic. The supervisor should encourage the supervisee to use problem–solving skills to work through the change. The supervisor should continue to encourage the supervisee to problem solve on his/her own as much as possible to improve his/her skill set. That is, it is important to remember that the supervisee has likely already learned about what to do in difficult situations they will come across, so the supervisor should encourage the supervisee to resolve such issues on their own as much as they can. Then, the supervisor should work to normalize and validate the supervisee's experience. It is the supervisor's job to know what stage the supervisee is in, help him/her move through the stages by providing feedback that is in line with his/her current developmental level, and subsequently assist the supervisee in his/her own progression to the next stage so the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. Designing And Implementing A Technology Project Essay Designing and implementing a technology project that spans the three different areas of the team will take a considerable amount of time, energy, planning and resources. The system must incorporate a balance between all areas as well as a mechanism that supports the growing demand for output of quality product in a sufficient and efficient manner. Since all three areas (victim correspondence, property acquisitions, and debt management) function under various rules and procedures according to internal governance as well as Federal statutes and policies, the system must be cross functional and multi–functional as well as legally compliant. In as much, a lot of consideration is necessary when deciding which product, software, and system to choose. For example, the current system used by the debt management section of the Team uses an Oracle Business product that relies on dashboards to compile, sort, and analyze data. However, the victim correspondence system uses a web–based system that relates case summary and detailed information as well as downloads and links to system and case related inquiries and information. Legalities are also to be taken into consideration. Most available products are legally owned by other corporations and are likely leased on long term bases. Because these intellectual products are leased, the corporation still owns the rights to the products and full access or manipulation or alterations to the products is a topic for discussion prior to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 7. The Nature And Importance Of Instructors Feedback As a college student, I take instructor's feedback very seriously. Instructor feedback is an important factor of student's performance in college. It can be positive or negative. The objective of instructor's feedback is to help students identify what they are doing right or wrong. This helps them to better their performance. As a student, I am very interested in researching about instructor's feedback. What are the things students look for in a feedback? How effective are they? How can instructors provide more effective feedback? Like myself, the majority of the students who participated in my study think instructor feedback is very crucial to their academic performance and they benefit from it. In this research paper, I tried to go in depth about instructor's feedback. In the first part of the paper, I will discuss about the nature and importance of instructors feedback. In the second part of the paper, we will address what students think of instructors' feedback they receive, including in online classes. Through analysis of interview data, I will answer the following research question: What are international students' perceptions of instructor feedback at a U.S. university? Methodology: For this research paper, I interviewed 10 international students. They come from 6 different countries. All of them have different academic environment in their home country. In this research paper, I try to explore what they think of instructor feedback in US academic environment. A ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 9. Examples Of Metalinguistic Feedback and/or phrases such as "I don't understand" which indicate to the learner that there is a problem with his or her utterance, and that it needs to be reformulated. For example: S: "His preferit food" T: "Pardon? I don't understand the word preferit" D) Metalinguistic feedback With metalinguistic feedback, the teacher does not provide the correct form but "comments, information, or questions related to the well–formedness of the student's utterance" as Lyster and Ranta (1997: 47) states. Metalinguistic feedback is a corrective feedback form of implicit correction which implies ways of negotiation of form without explicitly providing the correct form. It generally provides either some grammatical metalanguage that refers to the nature of the error or a word definition in the case of lexical errors. It can also be body language which involves non–verbal cues such as facial expressions or hand movements to indicate errors about word order or tense. (Lyster and Ranta, 1997). For example: ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... E) Elicitation Elicitation is a corrective feedback form of implicit correction which implies ways of negotiation of form. In order to directly elicit the correct form from the learner, teachers can elicit completion of his own utterance by "pausing to allow students to fill the blank" (Lyster and Ranta 1997:48). Teachers can also elicit the learners' self–repair by using a question in order to elicit the correct form (e.g. How do we say X in English?) or use intonation in order to indicate that learners should reformulate their utterance. For example: S: "He likes very much chocolate" T: "He likes ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 11. Agency Evaluation : Care Matters Llc Agency Evaluation Care Matters LLC does not have an overall feedback loop with which it gathers information regarding efficacy. Most of the clients the agency works with are motor vehicle accident survivors who need extensive medical treatment. They are entitled by Michigan No Fault Insurance to a case manager to assist them with coordinating their medical care (Sinas, 2011). The case managers work with many different doctors, insurance companies, and claims adjusters. As such, most of their feedback takes place within outside arenas. However, Care Matters does provide interns with a feedback loop. Ms. Wendy Hooker, the field advisor, is extremely involved with the students she oversees. The interns would meet with clients and write a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The workers, from both agencies, shared strategies, feedback, and resources that could be utilized to help the Baker family. While Care Matters program evaluation is informal, APS has a much more formal evaluation process. According to Article IV, Section 53 of the Michigan Constitution (Ringler, 2014), "The auditor general shall conduct post audits of financial transactions and accounts of the state and of all branches, departments, offices, boards, commissions, agencies, authorities and institutions of the state established by this constitution or by law, and performance post audits thereof" (p. 2). The feedback loop for APS begins with The Office of the Auditor General. They begin an audit of the efficacy of the program and subsequently release a detailed report of their findings complete with recommendations for improvement. The Department of Human services then must develop a plan to comply with the recommendations given and submit the plan for review to the State Budget Office. The Office of Internal Audit Services must accept or reject the plan within 30 days. If the plan is rejected, steps are taken to finalize a new plan. Finally, APS is audited again to determine if they have complied with the plan for improvement (Ringler, 2014). Appropriate Methodology The initial plan for intervention was to speak with Mrs. Baker and formulate a plan of change. By doing so, the social workers were adhering to the NASW code of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 13. Diploma in Audio Production Level 3 Diploma in Audio Production Level 3 The Soundcraft Vi4 is a state of the art professional live sound mixing console by Harman. The Vi4 is made up of multiple components that if used proficiently, can benefit any live sound reinforcement situation. With 48 mono inputs of concurrent mixing channels, which can be coupled to form stereo sound and direct outputs for each and every input, this is the ideal industry standard sound desk for live sound reinforcement by Soundcraft. The Soundcraft unit consists of a local rack and a stage box, each with its own input and output quantity. There are 16 analogue line inputs and outputs not inclusive of the 3 adaptable analogue microphone/line inputs on the local rack itself. The digital inputs and outputs on the local rack supports 8 pairs (16 channels) of Audio Engineering Society/European Broadcasting Union (AES/EBU) inputs and outputs as well as 64 channel Multichannel Audio Digital Interface (MADI) in and out via optical SC connectors. Additionally, a talkback microphone input and line output can also be located on the local rack. The Vi4 stage box houses 48 analogue microphone/line inputs and 24 analogue line outputs with remote gain control, phantom power (+48V), PAD and 80 Hz High Pass Filter (HPF) available only at the stage box inputs. The entire Soundcraft Vi4 structure is linked together via standard fit, shielded Cat 5E Ethernet cables and is controlled by a control surface. The Soundcraft control surface is an ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 15. Personal Philosophy of Nursing What got you here won't get you there Name Institution Date Abstract It is every person's wish to progress or, move from one point to another in life. Everybody loves being successful. However, there are a number of factors, which should be put into consideration in order to be successful. These are fundamental things that got you where you are, but will not get you to your destiny. On this note, this paper will discuss at length, the important factors that should be taken into account, so as to be successful. The paper will start by introducing the relevance of success, and later delve on what factors will get you there, and sum up by giving an overall view on the topic at ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If you would like to live a happy and more so, successful life, it is vital that you learn to express gratitude wherever you go. In order to reach where you would like to be in life, everyone should concentrate on their goals and objectives. Through expressing gratitude, people can learn to show good deeds, and hence be able to receive the same goodness, in return. (Radwan, Msc.) Gratitude refers to the act of being thankful, noticing simple pleasures, counting every little blessing, and acknowledging every good done unto you. In other terms, it can be described as living life as if everything happening in it is a miracle, and being able to continuously acknowledge every much you receive. On the other hand, when people decide to concentrate a lot of energy on bad things in life, it will make them remain in the state of conflict. But by developing gratitude, it will allow someone to focus on positivity and the good things in life. It must be understood that this will allow an individual to always remain optimistic, and with enthusiasm much success can be achieved. In addition, the willingness to learn through failure can help to reach the desired destiny. Nearly everybody fears failing, because it has been associated with all sorts of negativity. Although an optimistic look on the other side of tripping or falling down in life can make someone to be successful in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 17. Sound Recording In Canada Sound Recording in Canada, not regulated by the Government Introduction Sound recording was initially invented in 1857 by Edouard–Leon Scott de Martinville. The development of sound recording has gone through multiple stages to become what it is today. From phonographs to magnetic tapes and further developments, sound recording has been used within the music industry for ages. The government does not regulate the process of sound recording, however conflicts regarding copyright infringements are present. Brief History An academic article written by Linda M. Fidler and William L. Schurk titled "Sound Recording Archives" discusses the history of sound recording. During the 1960, the preservation of sound recording "saw major changes in the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Broadcasting is "$14 billion industry that includes radio and television, as well as the distribution services of cable, satellite, and, increasingly the Internet and mobile devices" (Gasher, Skinner, Lorimer 218). The Canadian government regulates broadcasting because "it serves national, cultural, and political goals" (Gasher, Skinner, Lorimer 219). The reason for comparing regulations between sound recording and broadcasting is the fact that a great proportion of radio broadcasting is recorded music. "There is a significant symbiosis between radio broadcast policy and policies designed to encourage the production and dissemination of Canadian music" (Gasher, Skinenr, Lorimer 225). Radio broadcasters are required to have a license in order to broadcast music through their channel. The Canadian Radio–television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is in charge of issuing these licenses to broadcasters. "Today, the CRTC's duties in the broadcasting field include: issuing and renewing licenses, up to a maximum of seven years, modifying existing license conditions, and suspending or revoking licenses" (Gasher, Skinner, Lorimer 221). It is evident that the use of sound recordings within the field of broadcasting is strictly regulated. This further develops an idea that the sound recording industry will become regulated within the future, as it is present in such a vast ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 19. Field Recording History One of numerous terms imperative to the scope of this document is field recording. A literal interpretation (i.e., to record in a field) falls short of what is encompassed. In contrast to the type of recording with which many musicians may be familiar, within a highly controlled space exhibiting minimal extraneous sound, field recording is audio recording conducted outside a recording studio. This comes without exception, acquiring sounds produced by life, nature, or anything else present. Noted field recordist and ecologist Bernie Krause (b. 1938) categorized the diverse sounds one may record into three categories. Geophony refers to non–biological sounds produced by the earth (e.g., wind, water). Sounds made by the species of the recorded area are classified as biophony, while human generated sounds of any kind are referred to as anthrophony. Field recording, recording ostensibly in "the field" in contrast to the studio, provides discernible explanation. That said, one may frequently find phonography used to describe the same activity. Phonography, quite literally "sound–writing", purposefully alludes to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Moving into the 20th Century, Darius Milhaud, Paul Hindemith, and other composers offered composed manipulation of recorded sounds, experimenting with variable–speed phonographs in the 1920s. Additionally, ethnomusicologists including Hugh Tracy and Kurosawa Takatomo utilized extensive field recordings for archival. Modern field recording finds an array of uses, including documentation, research, artistic, and otherwise. The degree to which these recordings are altered varies among artists, with those that fully delve in phonography exhibiting little tangible transformation of the acquired material. Some example of this will be illustrated later in discussing soundscape ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 21. Keeping God in the American Culture as Depicted in the... Keeping God in the American Culture as Depicted in the Audio Adrenaline Song, Can't Take God Away Music has always been a big part of our culture. People sing and listen to songs for entertainment and for encouragement. Explore folk songs or Negro spirituals for instance. Many slaves sang spirituals for encouragement and hope to carry them through the rough times they experienced. Even today, most people enjoy listening to music because they can relate to the things about which the artists sing. Often artists sing about things that either upset or please them. These days, much of American music exposes problems in our society. In a song entitled, Can't Take God Away, the Christian rock group Audio Adrenaline sings about how God is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Because the schools aren't allowed to teach that God exists, ("That would be forcing religion on people; we have to have separation of church and state") the government is implying that believing in God isn't important. According to what we're taught, "We are all that matters. We're all good people but we'll be failures if we don't make more money than our parents did." The song deals next with freedom when it says, "You can take my life, my land my liberty/Lock me up, I'll still be free" in lines 10 – 11. Every day in many parts of the world, governments imprison, beat, torture, and even kill Christians for their faith. To the songwriter, even if he experiences such atrocities, he is still free. Although these horrors are uncommon here in the United States, I believe this statement still applies to our country. Freedoms are still taken away from people because of their beliefs in God, only on a smaller scale. For example, despite the fact that it is illegal, many schools prohibit Christian clubs from using all the resources that are available to other clubs in the school...all in the name of the "separation of church and state" allegedly found in the Constitution. The song deals lastly with laws when it says, "You can take God out of the law/You can make me listen to ya'll" in lines 13–14. This statement shows the songwriter's belief that God has been removed from laws of our country. As with the other excerpts from the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 23. Voip Essay A Performance Analysis OF VoIP Traffic Over Wireless Lan And Wan Using Different Codecs Tasnim Abdalla Abbas Mohamed * Dr.Amin Babiker A/ Nabi Mustafa Department Of Communication Engineering .Al–Neelain University ABSTRACT A simulation model is presented to analyze and evaluate the performance of VoIP based integrated wireless LAN/WAN with taking into account various voice encoding schemes. The network model was simulated using OPNET Modeler software. Different parameters that indicate the QoS like MOS, jitter, end to end delay, traffic send and traffic received are calculated and analyzed in Wireless LAN/WAN scenarios. Depending on this evaluation, Selection codecs G.729A consider the best choice for VoIP. KEYWORDS VoIP, Codecs, QoS INTRODUCTION During the recent years, there is a growing trend in real–time voice communication using Internet protocol (IP). Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a technology that allows delivery of voice communications over the Internet or other packet switched networks rather than the traditional Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Many VoIP applications are available on the internet: Skype, Viber, Tango, and Yahoo messenger. All of these applications provide good quality and free calls. In VoIP, the analog voice signal from the transmitter is converted into the digital format before compression and encoding it into a stream of IP packets for transmission to the receiver over IP network. At the receiving end, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 25. The Quality Of Standardized Patient Medical education has recently started to accept innovative methods of teaching. Clinical skills training in medical schools is one area of interest where if not taught properly can deprive students of proper social skills. The focus in the medical community; however, now has shifted from producing competent physicians to competent medical professionals who also posses proper bedside ettiquite. Simulation has taken a bold role in training students of not just procedures and medical competencies, but also clinical skills. Standardized patients have provided a unique human touch in this process of simulation. Specifically those that are trained to provide feedback have become an invaluable tool to medicine. In this paper, the focus will be on the quality of standardized patient debriefing. Debriefing in medicine has recently become a popular form of feed back in medical schools today. Extensive research shows debriefing is one of the most important parts of simulation and it is this time where actual learning occurs. However, there is little literature and research on the training of individuals who debrief in medical simulation. The styles of debriefing vary greatly and provide no standard structure for delivering such feedback. Once the gaps in debriefing can be discovered for standardized patients, it can make the process of training and maintaining a high quality of standards much easier. This study will observe the quality of debriefing done by standardized patients ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 27. Business Capstone Essay Musically Infinite, LLC Business Plan Terrance P. Carson Principal 1990 Jonesboro Road McDonough, Georgia 30253 (770) 777–9311 www.musically.infinite@sounds.com November 16, 2012 A. Executive Summary 4 A1. Business Identification: 4 A2. Mission, Goals and Objectives: 5 A3. Keys to Success: 5 B. Company Summary 9 B1. Industry History: 9 B2. Legal Form of Ownership: 11 B3. Location and Facilities: 11 B4: Management Structure: 15 B5. Products and Service: 17 C. Market Analysis 19 C1: Target Market 19 C2: Industry Analysis 20 C3: Competitive Analysis 22 D. Market Strategy 25 D1: 4Ps. 25 D2: Price List– 28 D3: Selling Strategy– 29 D4: Sales Forecast– 30 E. Implementation Strategy 33 E1. Overall Strategy– 33 E2. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The purpose of this business plan is to convey the vision for how Musically Infinite will become the preferred vendor of choice for music artist both novice and veteran. This plan will detail the vital steps involved in transforming an idea for a successful business into a thriving profitable pillar to the Metro Atlanta Area economy. A2. Mission, Goals and Objectives The mission of "Musically Infinite" is to provide Affordable, professionally engineered, complete Audio production." Musically Infinite's goal is to become the industry standard for Audio production in the digital music era. From the veteran vocal artists, worldwide superstars, to new local artists seeking to make a name for him and herself with a high quality product usually only reserved for the elite and super wealthy. The later part of our company name "Infinite" is defined as "immeasurably great, indefinitely or exceedingly great; Unlimited, unbounded or unlimited; boundless or endless." This term when joined with our focus "Music," is what our core passion is, and conveys that our corporate objective is to allow an unlimited love for music to flow from our creative artists to the extent of their talents, gifts or supernatural abilities. The literary genius that is embodied within the walls of skin held ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 29. Using Oral Corrective Feedback And Understanding Of... Research Concept Paper Research title: Using Oral Corrective Feedback Collaborate with Written Corrective Feedback to Encourage long–term improvement and understanding of English Writing Skill Introduction Nowadays, English is one of important languages in the world because it is used as an international language in all fields around the world. From this reason, it is necessary to know all aspects of this language. Academic English writing is also an important skill since it is used extensively in higher education and in the workplace makes English writing ability becomes a necessary skill. However, many Thai students who don't have good writing ability are not able to write accurately even English major students. This study will find out the way to improve writing skill in university students. The researchers believe that one of the factors affecting the writing ability is the way of giving corrective feedback of teachers and the feedback can help learners develop their writing skill. There are two types of corrective feedback which usually found in university writing courses: written corrective feedback and oral corrective feedback. However, the lecturers normally use only written corrective feedback in their classes. This teaching strategy still has a gap that some students don't understand why the mistakes are not correct. Moreover, this gap of using only one method of using corrective feedbacks cannot make students improve their writing ability. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 31. Manager Job Description Of A Podcast Manager Podcast Manager Job Description The Podcast Manager is responsible for maintaining editorial and stylistic standards, quality, and content accuracy of all communications. The position develops, edits, and publishes written and visual content; manages NUNU Publishing social media channels; and provides billable communication services to NUNU PUBLISHING. This position generates story ideas for, edits all content of, and is integral to readying for publication of media content generated by NUNU PUBLISHING. The incumbent produces concise written copy for press releases and member communications; creates and maintains production calendars; writes, edits, and proofreads written corporate communication products. This position demonstrates a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Job Type: Full–time or Contract Salary: $ to $/year Job Location: Tallahassee, FL NuNu Publishing is an Equal Opportunity Employer. . Executive Producer We are seeking an experienced Executive Producer to work on podcasts for NuNu Publishing, a company focusing on the stories of companies, organizations and individuals that are making incredible efforts to advance and achieve a more healthy and sustainable world. The person we have in mind is an avid podcast listener, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 33. Audio Engineer Essay Audio Engineer An audio engineer is responsible for the operation of the soundboard and other equipment in the recording of music, words, sounds, or any combination of such material. There are several types of engineering positions available in today's studios. In large studios, there are usually several engineers, each with the own duties and contributions. There are recording engineers, recording assistants, set–up engineers, maintenance engineers, and even mix–down engineers in some cases. In smaller studios the engineer is usually responsible for all of these duties. As a rule, the engineer should be able to set–up, use, and fix the equipment they work with. In the studio, the recording engineer has to prepare for the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These can include courses in physics, acoustics, music theory and performance, mathematics, and electrical engineering. The greater and more in depth than a student's education is, the better the chance of climbing to the top of the career ladder. These programs can be quite intense, and some even highly competitive. Another method of obtaining an education is by convincing a studio to take you on as an intern, with training in lieu of compensation. This seems to be a long, hard route, but one should remember that the recording industry is fairly young, and some of the greatest engineers received no formal schooling, learning as the technology was created. After training or schooling has been received, there are a few ways that might get you in the door and working for a studio. 1) Offer your services for free (or next to) to a studio to learn the business. 2) Check what seminars are being offered for Recording Engineers and go. Contacts can be made and learn more about the business. 3) Check with record companies for availability of internships. 4) Knock on every studio door in town. Just get involved, stay informed, do whatever you can to break–in and work. It may take a while to get in the door, but once you do, as long as you're talented, work hard, and persevere your career should advance. Engineers have a choice of three main routes as far as advancement goes. Some advance up the large studio ladder, and become Chief ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 35. Improving The Lives Of Adult Learners Essay Using Screencast–o–matic in UMUC's Undergraduate Writing Program University of Maryland University College has the mission of "improving the lives of adult learners" (UMUC, 2016). In the Undergraduate School, the writing program contributes to this mission by providing helping students meet their academic and professional goals through writing instruction. Adult learners lead busy lives. They typically are balancing school with other responsibilities such as work and family. Therefore, the writing program seeks technology that helps students succeed being quick and easy to use. It is also beneficial if the technology can be used in mobile platforms, as busy adult students might be completing school–related tasks while on the go. Screencast–o–matic creates screen–capture videos, or screencasts, and can be beneficial for all students taking courses in UMUC's writing program. Courses in the writing program incorporate a process of drafting and revision, in which instructors provide feedback on drafts of written work, and then students are tasked with revising their work based on that feedback. Course format is either fully online or hybrid. In either case, students submitting papers and receive feedback online. It is proposed that screencasts created with Screencast–o–matic be one method by which all UMUC writing instructors provide feedback on student drafts. Justification Why Screencasting? Screencast technology allows computer users to capture the images and activity on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 37. Critical Analysis Of Trifles Trifles, by Susan K. Glaspell, is a play written in 1917 when the need for women's rights was sought. Throughout the years, many productions of the play have taken place, as the story is famous for it's strong opinion on the treatment of women, however many directors take what they can from the story to give their interpretation of the characters, setting, and the plot. A video production of A Jury of Her Peers, directed by Sally Heckel, will be different than an audio production of the same play, directed Martin Jenkins, even if they stick to the same dialogue. For example, the bird scene, although with the same lines and characters, can have different undertones depending on how the characters stress their words, the pauses between sentences, their subtlety or their blatantly when in action, and even the emotion expressed on the characters face. However, how can you see these emotions through just an audio of the play? How can you feel the tension in the air, the pained expression on the character's face, or their tight–lipped remarks? The audio production due to it's lack of visual representation has to compensate with fervid voice action and controlled background noises. Due to this, Ms.Peter sounds sophisticated and appeared to sound pleased when finding the birdcage in Mrs.Wright's kitchen. When addressing the birdcage, Ms.Peters and Ms.Hale talk fast paced, this causes their conversation to sound whole like they know what they're talking about. Throughout the scene the emotions that they portray are watery; my only explanation is that there is no heaviness or intensity of the truth of birdcage, they have no build up of the plot as if the presence of the birdcage is a small matter but not the initial cause of Ms.Wright's trouble. However, when Ms.hale describes Ms.Wright the tone changes to a serious note The video production, on the other hand, brings the scene to life. They perfectly portray the house as stuffy, small, and worn down just how a house on a farm would actually look like. The conversation between the town characters are perfectly constructed, with Ms.Peters and her soft concerned face to Ms.Hale and her weary, worn out personality. Ms.Hale sounds sorrowful in the home since she was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 39. Audio Engineering Audio Engineering I am passionate about audio engineering and a can see myself doing it as a career. I have always pushed myself to learn more about music, and the skills I have learned have helped me to realize that I want to work in the recording industry. "Starting a career in audio recording has traditionally involved training through an informal apprenticeship system. With the rush of new technologies that have revolutionized the recording industry in recent years, and the opportunities that new media are opening up for recording professionals, a higher level of training and education in music, media and technology is now required for any meaningful employment, even at the entry level." (Sound Recording Technology) I am attending college ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I am taking the first steps by getting a college degree in music and/or recording. To be a successful audio engineer one must also have a love for music. Like many other careers it takes dedication and hard work and may require entrepreneurial and people skills to create one's own job. Audi Engineering is an exciting field that I can enjoy and make a solid career out ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 41. Business Case Study: What Is Better World Books? What is Better World Books? Better World Books is an online retailer of new as well as used textbooks. The company focuses on social responsibility and environmental–friendly practices. They currently stock over eight million new and used textbooks, novels, and nonfiction titles. All proceeds from their sales are donated towards charitable literacy programs and they also regularly donate books to people in need. In addition, every order shipped from the store is carbon–balanced. How to use a Better World Books coupon? The Better World Books homepage regularly publishes coupons and promo codes offering 10 to 20% discounts on regularly priced books. You could also browse the internet for more websites that give out many more similar or other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 43. Audio Digital Devices An S–curve analysis of the portable audio players industry yields interesting insights about the technological evolution of the industry as well as the implications for the firms competing in the market of such devices. In order to effectively analyze the industry it is useful to first provide a brief overview of the evolution of the technology of portable audio players. In 1964 the first portable audio device was introduced in the market, the 8 track cartridge stereo. The four most important features of this device from the perspective of the customer and thus relevant for S–curve analysis were size of the device, storage capacity, audio quality and ease of use (I will limit to the discussion of selecting the song a customer wants the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The area where the curves overlap (where the CD curve has a lower level on the y–axis than the audiocassette player) represents the introduction of CD players which were originally larger than portable audiocassette players such as Sony's Walkman. Finally, we see that the S–curve of the digital audio players starts at a higher level than the one for CDs as from the outset such devices were extremely small given the new technology. While one could conceivably think of an increasingly smaller device being developed with digital technology it would reach a natural limit as you need a certain minimum amount of material to make the device. I will define storage capacity as "storage capacity given the size of the storage device". Regarding storage capacity cassettes had less storage capacity than CD players when CD players were introduced, thus we see CD players having an S–curve that starts above that of cassette players. When digital devices appeared in the market they had a much larger storage capacity than CDs therefore we see a large vertical gap between CD players and digital audio devices (iPod for example). Regarding storage capacity one could conceivably think that digital devices could improve dramatically however one would approach a limit as at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 45. Jacob Breaks the Bar Essay 1) My client, Jacob, is a 22 year old senior in college, and desires to deadlift with proper form. His overall goal is to gain muscle mass on a semi–ectomorph body frame. His knowledge and experience with the deadlift movement is nominal. He wants to increase the weight he lifts, but under an initial consultation, I noticed that his initial movement, breaking the weight from the floor, was inadequate to improve his performance goal. Jacob admitted his novice status in the use of free weights for mass building, and submitted to begin learning as if he were unaware of any knowledge of the movement. Gross motor skills showing need for improvement were scapular retraction and load preparation in the lower body in order to break the bar from ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 2) Cecchini, González, Méndez–Giménez, and Fernández–Río (2011) defined mastery goals as focusing on development and demonstration of competence via personal improvement and learning. In contrast, performance goals focused on the demonstration or proving of competence levels relative to other lifters. Darnon (2007) further explained that under mastery goals, attention is allocated to the resolution of the task. Researchers have shown that mastery goals favor a deep processing of the task, while performance goals share attention between the task and concern about performance outcomes. Holmberg, Crantz, and Michaelson (2012) conducted a study to determine if deadlift training could treat low back pain. In the beginning of the intervention, the subjects had to learn a correct lifting technique, with low intensity and adequate rest periods, all under the supervision of a physiotherapist. Progression was ensured by increasing the intensity or adding repetitions or a combination of both. Results found that the subjects with discogenic LBP showed positive response to deadlift training regarding pain intensity and functional status. The relevance to the implementation for Jacob's plan will be in learning the correct lifting technique, albeit the progression should be steeper. For the break, mastery goals will be used in stages and some of the goals will be based on kinematics. Jacob's first goal will be to determine optimal grip ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 47. Mp3 Research Papers What is the hottest buzzword around the Internet today? What topic has replaced 'sex' as the most searched for term on the web? The answer to both of these questions is MP3 audio. MP3 stands for MPEG 1 Layer 3 Audio, which is a digital audio compression format developed by the Moving Picture Experts Group. It takes a CD audio file and gets rid of all the frequencies on the song that can't be heard by the human ear, thus ridding the data file of much wasted space. With compression, the files turn out to be around four times smaller than the original with the same, near CD quality audio. While "MP3" may technically be the name of the compression format, it has become synonymous with the music files ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, there are many bands that release their music online for publicity, which is completely legal. The only time it is illegal is when the audio file is that of a copyrighted music track used without the artist's permission. To an up and coming band, MP3s and MP3 websites are a godsend. These bands can record a CD at any recording studio, then rip – that is, take an audio CD track and turn it into an MP3 – the tracks and put them on their website for anyone to download. The band could also put their songs on a large, well known website such as mp3.com which specializes in the distribution of legal MP3 audio files. By doing this, the band is allowing their music to be heard easily, quickly, and inexpensively all over the world. For music lovers around the globe, MP3s allow easy access to new music. They can easily get on the Internet and find out about new bands and their music. They can also find songs by their favorite bands that had been previously been unreleased or bootlegs from concerts. When the MP3 standard was first developed, it was solely used on computers. One could download the music, but then be stuck listening to it only there. Then Diamond, a well–known manufacturer of computer multimedia devices, invented the Rio. The Rio was a small MP3 player much like a Walkman. The device connected to a computer and the MP3s were ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 49. Discuss the Impact of Digital Technology on the Production... Over centuries past, music has seen leaps and bounds in the enhancement of theory, instruments, and recording arts. The first major leap was the invention of the piano in 1709 by Bartolomeo Cristofori. From that first major step came the introduction of electronic instruments short after the harnessing of electricity which came in the early 19th century. Soon after that came recording and then on to synthesizers and eventually digital recording. As computers were introduced to society, computer music was also brought into our vision. What we are seeing today in the music industry is the use of computers and the Internet to distribute music, whereas in the past, distribution was only available via record, eight track, tape and compact disc. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In addition, the large volume of traffic on the Internet makes it difficult to track messages and files over time and space. Given that there are thousands of MP3 sites around the world, with a vast array of musical resources, visited by millions, there is a new social reality of individuals organizing themselves and their musical passions. The music industry today is an organized business with over 70 percent of the global market controlled by five major corporations. The possibilities for newcomers in the business are few. MP3 was so undesirable because it represented an application of technology unanticipated by the industry. Given the industry's history of taking advantage of new technologies, how will it use the Internet? The future of the business is closely related to computer technology and the World Wide Web. The Internet provides opportunities to expand markets, transport goods more easily and hence increase sales, and consequently provide for more profitable results. New computing developments and environments will make the consumption of music easier than ever while at the same providing products of a much higher quality: "Systems are being put in place in stores to allow music (be it entire albums or individuals songs) to be downloaded and burned to CD, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 51. The Effects Of Feedback On Learning Essay The Effects of Feedback on Learning Choo Jun Jie 13107898 James Cook University Singapore PY1102 – Exploring Psychology 2 Dr Aoife McLoughlin Bachelor of Psychology 13 April 2015 Introduction Feedback is an important construct found within many theories of learning and in instruction, where information is provided to learners after each trials or group of trials, in response to their movement patterns and facilitates their learning process (Schmidt & Lee, 2011). A learning activity accompanied by feedback can maintain or adapt cognitive operations according to how new information about performance matches the learner 's expectations about performance (Bangert– Drowns, Kulik, Kulik, & Morgan, 1991). The person on the receiving end of a feedback session is able to gain knowledge of the quality and the results of their performance through the person giving the feedback (Salmoni, Schmidt & Walter, 1984; Schmidt & Wrisberg, 2004). Research has shown that the type of feedback provided has influences in the process of learning, which are no feedback, partial feedback and full feedback respectively (Grant, McAvoy & Keenan, 1982). Research about the presence of no feedback in experimental settings has shown that the lack of information allows assumptions to be made during the process of learning, which tends to lead to higher risk of error (Levine, Leitenberg & Richter, 1964; Rimm, Roesch, Perry, & Peebles, 1971). In a study conducted by Hanna (1976) which explores ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 53. Evaluation Of A Performance Evaluation Based On The... For instance, loyalty, dynamism, leadership sociability, creativity are characteristics required in wide variety of jobs. This type of evaluation is popular, although it remains widely criticized (McGregor, 1957). Many specialists believe that personality traits are unobservable, therefore, difficult to define and measure. These can cause bias in the evaluation and shorten the validity because "the respect we hold for the inherent value of the individual leaves us distresses when we must take responsibility for judging the personal worth of a fellowman". (Schmidt & Hunter, 1998). Furthermore, the personality traits is somewhat related to the performance of the individual at work. In addition, making a judgment about an individual does not ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With this type of evaluation, the peers play a central role because of the fact that they are familiar with the work and also have daily interaction with the assesse. By contrast, in an organization where there is competition among workers, the 360–degree may pervert the relationship of exchange and cooperation. Certainly, with this type of evaluation there may be opportunity to speak badly of the work done by others. Despite this, Antonioni mentioned that these personal opinions on the colleagues, when expressed through this 360–degree appraisal could become opportunities to address conflict and possibly solve it. Secondly, a feedback is given to the appraised. This is based on many diversified information and, therefore, is supposed to be more credible and valid. As mentioned by Antonioni, the multiple sources help increase loyalty and the measure of validity. In addition, the confidentiality of the descriptions as well as the fact that specific observable behaviors are taken into account adds more value to the validity. First, performance management through evaluation allows employee to know what is expected of him and what will be evaluated. Individual wants to know how the other deems to reflect on his behaviors. So along the way, the feedback he/she receives may allow him to know what his evaluator think of his performance on the job and what he could do in order to improve, maintain or fix. Receiving a feedback may be a constructive experience, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 55. James T. Russell and the Invention of the Compact Disc Essay James T. Russell and the Invention of the Compact Disc James Russell was born in Bremerton, Washington in 1931. His first invention, at six years old, was a remote–control battleship with a storage chamber for his lunch. In 1953, he earned his Bachelor of Arts in physics and graduated from Reed College in Portland. Afterwards he went to work as a Physicist in General Electric's nearby labs in Richland, Washington. There he started many experimental instrumentation projects. He was one of the first to use a color TV screen and keyboard with a computer. He designed and built the first electron beam welder. When the Bettelle Memorial Institute opened its Pacific Northwest Laboratory in Richland, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He knew that if you could represent the binary 0 and 1 with dark and light, then a device could be produced that is able to read sounds or any other information without wearing it out and if he could make the binary compact enough he could store a bunch on a small piece of film. Bettelle let him pursue his project and in 1970, after years of work, he succeeded in inventing the first digital–to–optical recording and playback system, the CD. A CD is a simple round piece of plastic about 4/100ths of an inch thick, and 12 centimeters in diameter used for electronic recording, storing, and playback. Most of a CD consists of an injection– moulded piece of clear polycarbonate plastic. During manufacturing, this plastic is impressed with microscopic bumps arranged as a single, continuous, extremely long spiral track of data circling from the inside of the disc to the outside. Once the clear piece of polycarbonate is formed, a thin, reflective aluminum layer is put onto the disc, covering the bumps. Then a thin acrylic layer is sprayed over the aluminum to protect it, and the CD label is printed onto the acrylic. The compact disc was first used for audio storage only, but are now used to store audio, video, text, and any other information in digital form, and are able to hold 783 megabytes in all. The CD works, because binary information is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 57. Nt1310 Tv Channels What bit rate, in kb/s, is required in the channel from S to A (to the nearest thousandth)? S2.L1.HW 08.2.3 : What type of channel does this service require? S2.L1.HW 08.3 : A geostationary television satellite is located approximately 36000 km above the earth. It relays images from a transmitter on the ground to receivers (television sets) on the ground. S2.L1.HW 08.3.1 : What is the delivery time for these images in this communication channel (to the nearest hundredth of a second)? The propagation speed of a radio signal is 299,792.458 km/s (help yourself by drawing the "transmitter – television receiver" channel). Disregard the transmission duration for this question. S2.L1.HW 08.3.2 : What do you see on your television ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A and B are two users who communicate via this channel. A sends 10,000 bytes (10 kB) of data, then B sends 200,000 bytes (200 kB), and finally A answers with 20,000 bytes (20 kB). You will assume that the channel is shared perfectly, in other words, that switching from one direction of transmission to the other after a message is received occurs without any delay. Draw a diagram to help you. How many seconds will this exchange take (to the nearest hundredth of a second)? S2.L1.HW 08.6 : Can the transmission of a message be interrupted? When a new message is submitted, transmission of the previous message is stopped. A message must be fully transmitted before another message can be transmitted. When a new message is submitted, transmission of the previous message is stopped; it will be resumed after the new message has been transmitted. S2.L1.HW 08.7 : Assume a 220–km–long cable. The propagation speed of the electric signal in this cable is 220,000 km/s. A modem at each end transmits at a bit rate of 10 Mb/s. S2.L1.HW 08.7.1 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 59. Persuasive Technology Is Important For Defining The... Persuasive technology is the computing technology that encourages a social influence mechanism, or a form of interaction that aims at changing the way people behave or think [XXX]. The persuasive technology archetype is important for defining the interaction structures of systems supporting behavioural change. Fogg [XX] lists the core concepts of persuasive technology as: (1) an attempt to change attitudes or behaviour or both without coercion or deception, (2) a focus on human computer interaction, (3) a focus on planned persuasive effects, (4) a focus on endogenous or 'built–in' persuasive intent, which means that a system is intentionally designed to persuade, and (5) persuasion that may take place at either the macro or the micro ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These methodologies integrate persuasion strategies as described by Fogg, i.e. simplifying of tracking and reinforcement. Both strategies are employing an underlying feedback loop by mirroring back the recorded behaviour. The simplification of tracking give the interpretation of the data to the user, but by capturing the right data, e.g. plotting sports activities vs. weight, some behaviours can be sustained. Fogg [XXX] has also suggested some key persuasion principles on designing effective persuasive technologies or methodologies, which include reduction, tunnelling, tailoring, suggestion, self–monitoring, surveillance and conditioning. To briefly explain these principles so that some content can be more easily understood later in the thesis. Reduction means using technology to simplify complex tasks and the goal of this strategy is to let the desired behaviour more tempting by reducing the difficulties and to make it easier for the user. Tunnelling is to provide guidance to the user by guiding the user through a predefined sequence of activities, and this strategy is being well applied in current design and implementation of general mobile applications. Tailoring lets the general public use personalized and individually relevant information to change attitudes or behaviour or both of them. Tailoring is known as one of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 61. Why Might People Say That Compression In Music Is More... Research Question: Why might people say that compression in music is more detrimental than beneficial? Ever since I attended my first concert I had a sudden realization that the music sounded so full and rich. It made me wonder how people get their music to sound the way they want it to sound. This had me consider how music is made along with all the steps in the process from writing it to distributing it. The process that most intrigued me was the production and mastering aspect of it, which comprised of taking the recordings of instruments or vocals and choosing what to do with them to make everything sound cohesive with one another. I had learned somewhat recently of how compression has impacted music both positively and negatively. If audio compression did not exist some aspects of music would never be able to be heard over others and music would cost more due to data compression of music files. This research question affected my values when it comes to obtaining music I will always buy the original album or ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The author argued that dynamic range has not decreased from this process. He says that there was just heavier limiting which decreases the overall sound which makes everything sound quieter. Some record producers might agree that everything as whole might have gotten quieter from increasing use of limiters which "limit" the sound of the overall song. Many audio engineers have disagreed with him and say that it pretty much does the same thing as compressing the whole song. They have argued if the loud parts get quieter and the quiet parts stay the same that the range between them is closer, which results in less dynamic range. The author seems to be a little biased in the way he doesn't state that without explicitly the processes being identical they effectively do the same thing with the range of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 63. Using Oral Corrective Feedback For Students ' Improvement... Research title Using Oral Corrective Feedback with Written Corrective Feedback to Encourage students' improvement of English Writing Skill Introduction Nowadays, English is one of the important languages in the world because it is used as an international language in all fields. For this reason, it is necessary to know all aspects of this language. Academic English writing is also an important skill since it is used extensively in higher education and in the workplace. However, many Thai students are not able to write accurately even English major students. This study will find out the way to improve writing skill in university students. The researchers believe that one of the factors affecting the writing ability is the way of giving ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Research purpose This research aims to investigate the efficiency of using two kinds of corrective feedback in writing, which are oral and written corrective feedback collaboratively in writing class, whether this way of practice, compared to using only written corrective feedback, can encourage students to more understand errors in their writings and reduce making mistakes in their further tasks or making long–term effects on accuracy of English writing. Research question Does cooperation between oral corrective feedback and written corrective feedback is more efficient than using only one type of corrective feedback? Significance of the study This study result will indicate how useful to use two types of corrective feedback together in writing class, and to compare the result between using only one type of corrective feedback and both types of it. It can be a practical way in teaching English writing to Thai students. Literature Review This section is conducted to discuss about theories and studies which are related to this research topic "Using Oral Corrective Feedback with Written Corrective Feedback to Encourage students' improvement of English Writing Skill". Oral and written corrective feedback will be used as the treatment in this research. Therefore, three main issues about feedback, including definition of feedback, types of feedback, and benefit of feedback toward the improvement of students' writing ability will be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 65. What Does It Mean To Say In Jesus 9: 20-22 Isaiah 30:20–21 says, "The Lord will give you meager bread and water during oppression, but your Teacher will not hide Himself any longer. Your eyes will see your Teacher, and whenever you turn to the right or to the left, your ears will hear this command behind you: This is the way. Walk in it." This passage is explaining to us the basis of God's will for our lives. I think something that we all need to know and take from this passage is that voice talked about in the passage comes after the decision. Also your personal calling is not knowing where you're going but knowing who you're following. Throughout this essay I hope to briefly highlight in a few different ways a practical method to finding the will of God in our lives. I think the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A very well known verse is Matthew 28:19–20 but it tells us "Go and make disciples of all nations baptizing them in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit..." This verse doesn't tell us to just sit and home and wait for people to come to us and then tell them the Gospel of Jesus. It says GO! If we go, then God will reveal our purpose and assignment once we are walking and following in alignment with Him. One of my favorite quotes from the whole book is, "If you are living a Godly life, He will give you the right desires. (Macarthur page ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 67. Alabama University Application Research Paper I have spent time after time thinking which college would be right for me in terms of academic opportunities pertaining to the career I wish to pursue. Now after all this time I am absolutely certain that the university is the college for me. It has everything I would want in terms of college and learning environment. The welcoming atmosphere, the superb campus, and the opportunities that a young adult about to enter the real world is searching for. I cannot envision myself at no other place than the university of south Alabama. There is more than meets the eye, however when it comes to why I wish to attend such a pristine academic institution. While everything such as the departments and opportunities it offers are over the top, There is one critical ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I have visited a number of military museums and memorial sites in my life and every one i went to, either the curator or other tourists were amazed by how long i would go on for about certain parts of history that a section of the exhibit or area of the battlefield memorial pertained to. One day while my family and i were visiting one of my favorite memorial sites, the USS Alabama battleship, I was fortunate to have been there the first annual gathering of the USS Alabama living history crew, a group of reenactors with a love for military history and the ship itself who board the ship and reenact daily acts done by the sailors of the vessel to keep her afloat, from manning the anti–aircraft guns to cooking meals for the other crewmen in the mess areas. I got the attention of the members of the crew and they were so impressed by someone of my age(i was 14 at the time) and offered me a chance to join and i accepted immediately and spent several days on the ship with them conducting drills and educating the populace about the ship and its history and at the same time, expanding my horizons and my love for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 69. Essay about SWOT Analysis for Wondermusic, a Non-Profit... Executive Summary Chart: Highlights 1.1 Objectives Wondermusic is a non–profit organization that promotes young music talent by creating a free educational and musical guidance program. Establish a space to provide musical educational programs, sound proof rooms, recording studios and a private stage to promote their talent. Organize music festivals and theater appearances around the city, as a performing experience and has an educational, social and recreational alternative, and also to create awareness to the cause. Donate instruments and award college scholarships. Promoting and giving stage time to young talent will give them confidence and the opportunity to be heard, and in some cases have a chance to develop a career that will ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Establish a space to provide musical educational programs, sound proof rooms, recording studios and a private stage to promote their talent. Organize music festivals and theater appearances around the city, as a performing experience and has an educational, social and recreational alternative, and also to create awareness to the cause. Donate instruments and award college scholarships. The founding team is comprise by Antonio Gonzalez, US Army veteran, Pace University senior and will finish his BBA in Entrepreneurship this summer 2014 and with international marketing and management experience, and Yelitza Montilla BBA in Marketing and Administration and with more than 10 years of experience. Promoting and giving stage time to young talent will give them confidence and the opportunity to be heard, and in some cases have a chance to develop a career that will give them a financial independence, in other cases, this talent will support their social and mental wellness to develop a parallel professional career that will give them also a financial stability. We will raise the funds needed for our program and service goals by organizing music festivals and partnering with theaters, music halls. A special sales team will be formed, with a starting pay of $12 the hour, and for each $250,000 raise a 5% share for the team (4 or 5 persons), this team will target government agencies with budget for this purpose, private sector, and private donors. A ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 71. Ballora Character Analysis Ballora is one of the seven animatronics (twelve if the Custom Night animatronics are counted) in Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location. She is the entertainer from her own gallery room, which is located from the west of Circus Baby's Entertainment and Rental. Appearance " FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDY'S Graphic designed dancer, Ballora with blue accents, and purple tuto. " – Scott Cawthon's page, "Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)"[1] Out of all animatronics in the series, Ballora is likely the most human–like animatronic yet. Resembling an actual ballerina, she wears a blue bikini and a purple tutu decorated with golden orbs. She has pink rosy cheeks with matching lipstick, blue hair, and blue nails. Her eyebrows are thin and colored in light–blue. She wears golden pearl–shaped earrings, and a pearl tiara atop her head, making her one of the most decorated characters in the series. In most of her appearances in the game, Ballora stands in a pose with her hands above her head, and has her eyes closed. However, her eyes have been shown occasionally, and are very small with purple irises. Her eyelids are blue–colored sporting long eyelashes as well. Behavior BalloraJumpscare Ballora jumpscaring the player (click to animate). On Night 1, the player is instructed by the HandUnit to check on her. Seeing that she is not on stage, the HandUnit instructs the player to give her a controlled shock. After doing so, the player sees Ballora performing on her stage. On Night 2, the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 73. Sound Recording, Its History and Impact on Media in the... Sound Recording, Its History And Impact On Media In The 21st Century On this essay I will try to show how Sound Recording impacts media in the 21st century. But in order for me to do that I will need to explore the history of Sound Recording, which started in the 19th Century. Before 1877 sound could be recorded but not played. That year Thomas Alva Edison invented the talking tin foil, also known as the phonograph (voice – writer), which enabled sound to be played back (the first speech to be recorded and played back was the poem by Sarah Josepha Hale (1830) 'Mary had a little lamb', which, unfortunately "was not preserved, but in 1927, Edison re–enacted the recording for Fox Movietone news. It can be heard on the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... waltzes, polkas, cakewalks, and so on. Yet the most famous leader of such a band, John Philip Sousa, had doubts about the phonograph and publicly denounced recordings as inferior to live music. Thus began a decades–long campaign against recorded music, sponsored by a succession of music critics, social theorists, and musicians. As one of those social theorists has argued, the real significance of the early phonograph was that it transformed the way people listened to music. Where once music was a unique, live performance, experienced in a public place with a group, now it was heard privately in the home and it was possible to hear the same "performance" over and over. According to this argument, the listening experience was cheapened." Recording History.org(?) Music was available almost anywhere, any time so people, in theory, would be exposed to a wider selection of music, which, some people believed, would result in a social uplift process. However in the United States and Europe most people kept buying popular music instead of what reformers called "good" music. "Good" music started being advertised more heavily, by companies like Victor, Columbia and Edison's, by offering a wider variety of "good" music in their catalogs. "Historians have also countered the argument that the phonograph degraded musical taste by noting ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 75. Leadership Is A Personality Change Leader is somebody who inspires, can make positive change in somebody's, life or situation directly or indirectly whether it is a big or a small change (Dudley, D., 2010). Leadership is a personality change that develops over time with efforts and experience. When I think from Dudley's perspective, I had been a leader always I guess, but when we talk about realizing it and consciously working to improve your skills that started after I started working. My desire to learn and excel always pushed me to learn new skills and improve myself. I believe this desire and effort from my end was recognized and people admired me for it. This trait in addition to my interpersonal skills and participative nature helped me move to higher roles in the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Accountability comes when you realize you are responsible for something or someone, that can impact somebody life or goals negatively or positively. Bolman, L. G. & Deal, T. E. (2013), mentioned that group accountability is important for organizations success. I learned accountability from the attachment I developed with people who I work with and from my managers. My manager holds me accountable for my responsibilities and contribution towards organization goals by clearly explaining what is expected out of me and my team, my job responsibilities, my contribution, how it contributes to organization success and Why my role is important? I replicate the same and hold myself and my team accountable for high level of performance needed, for any misses, or for any tough decisions needed for the benefit of the organization. When you realize that you made a decision that backfired, you easily can blame it on somebody else but then how will that impact others, what will be your credibility? Such things made me more positive towards taking responsibility of action and that had a very positive impact on me and my team. My team when saw me doing this, was willing to take accountability for their actions and responsibilities rather than shrugging it on each other. That really helped in forming a strong team that is firmly bonded by trust. The components of a successful evidence–based leadership are aligning goals and behaviours and ensuring accountability (Studer, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...