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Sure you can. It would require some knowledge in audio programming and analysis. However, I would advise to not reinvent the wheel and use existing tools, such as BPM Counter (free). I'm not sure if it can write the BPM into the file name directly, but once it's saved in the id3 tag, it's much easier to access it with your own program and then rename the ...


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It is true that a tube amp should not be operated without a load, i.e. without speakers (or a dummy load) connected. Solid state amps don't have that problem. The reason is that (almost) all tube amps use an output transformer, which can produce high voltage peaks if its secondary (output) winding is not connected, because the energy from the primary (from ...


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The following pieces of equipment offer cheaper alternatives to purchasing a dedicated performance computer: Use the house stereo (if available) Use your smartphone (if available) Use your dumbphone (if you still have one) Use your tablet (if available) Purchase a candy bar-style digital recorder and use it as your device (I do this personally and it works ...


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No, not unless you have a cable several thousand miles long !! It's running on, probably, 9 volts DC, so all you need is a DC converter with the appropriate plug to fit physically and electrically in whatever country you need it for. The original one would be for 220 VOLTS, rather than watts ! You need to check also that the frequency is right - they're ...


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In Europe where there is no fixed assignment for "neutral" and "live" in most outlets used, it might help to reverse the orientation of the plug by 180degree. In many musical equipments audio signal ground is connected to the ground wire of a grounded outlet, which is further down in your house connected to the "neutral" wire of your outlet. The direct ...



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