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justjuke · 4 minutes ago
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excelvalley-it · 5 minutes ago
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1-Pack Cavi Mono Patch – TS 3,5mm 1/8″ a 6,35mm 1/4″
Set di 1 pezzo, 1 colore & 1 lunghezza.
Adatto per il tuo sintetizzatore modulare Eurorack, o altri compiti generali di patching, dove è necessario un cavo mono da 3,5mm a 6,35mm.
I cavi di patch che usi con il sintetizzatore modulare Eurorack possono benissimo subire più abusi di qualsiasi altro cavo nel tuo studio o nel palco.
Perché non investire in cavi che dureranno?
Questo tipo di cavi patch modulari sono cavi patch TS da 1/8″ a 1/4″ con estremità modellato per una durata eccezionale. Disponibile in una varietà di lunghezze e colori, perfetto per tenere traccia dei segnali CV, gate e audio. Eccellente affidabilità del segnale, con conduttori a trefoli calibro 26 e connettori nichelati.
Cavi patch completamente modellati costruiti con filo di rame a trefoli 26AWG
same puro e senza ossigeno
I connettori nichelati offrono un’elevata protezione dalla corrosione
Scarico della trazione flessibile
Compatibile con:
Set di 1 pezzo, 1 colore & 1 lunghezza
1 x TS 3,5 mm (1/8″ – 1/8 pollice):
Analogico Mono – Sbilanciato
Jack Diritta – Maschio
1 x TS 6,35 mm (1/4″ – 1/4 pollice):
Analogico Mono – Sbilanciato
Jack Diritta – Maschio
Connettori in plastica stampata di buona qualità
Dimensione del filo: 26 AWG – American wire gauge – Calibro del filo americano
Lunghezza (Opzioni):
10 cm – 4 pollice – 0.33 piede
15 cm – 6 pollice – 0.5 piede
20 cm – 8 pollice – 0.66 piede
30 cm – 12 pollice – 1 piede
45 cm – 18 pollice – 1.5 piede
60 cm – 24 pollice – 2 piede
90 cm – 36 pollice – 3 piede
120 cm – 47 pollice – 4 piede
150 cm – 59 pollice – 4.92 piede
180 cm – 71 pollice – 5.9 piede
200 cm – 79 pollice – 6.56 piede
Colore (Opzioni):
Verde Militare
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thetreblewithloveis · 15 minutes ago
California - Anthony Russo
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weclosetonight · 25 minutes ago
jak lvr- Take A Ride
Morning! I've set off the smoke alarms twice already, but at least @jaklvr is keeping me chill...
Photo: Milly Hutchcraft Time to ‘Take A Ride’ with jak lvr through his beautifully blended brand of indie pop as he waves farewell to previous project Llovers and steps out brilliantly on his own. Chilled nicer than a glass of good old OJ on a summer afternoon, his second solo single is an enjoyable, relaxing listen. There’s not too much too think about, rather just a small selection of nice…
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dstudiouk · 35 minutes ago
Weekly Studio Spotlight
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*fanfare* This week’s artist of the week is Sam Green  
Sam is an extremely talented graphic artist and illustrator based in London, UK. He creates incredible art based on movie posters, comic books and other pop culture references. 
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Credit: Sam Green 
We love getting to know the artists we see in the studio, so we got in touch with Sam for a short Q&A from his biggest inspirations, to what superpower he would most like to have...
What inspired you growing up? 
So, I’ve always been into superheroes, particularly Batman. I was obsessed with anything Batman as a kid and would draw him constantly. My mum has always been really encouraging and supportive of my art - she would keep scrapbooks of all of my drawings from a really young age. Most of them are filled with Batman.  
I’ve always loved movies. Just characters in general I think. I really enjoy drawing interesting people and it’s almost like embodying characters through my artwork. I think that’s probably what inspired me as a kid - and still does really. 
How did you start your art career? 
After school I did a year-long art foundation course in Cardiff, which is where I’m from. I don’t think this course is around anymore (at least not at the place I did it), which is a real shame because it’s probably the most artistically invigorated I ever felt throughout my education. My final project was a big 64-page graphic novel about a cowboy/samurai hero. It was really over the top and gory. Very 70’s B-Movie. It was great. 
From here I went on to De Montfort University in Leicester – initially to study Game Art Design which I’d had in mind for years. When I got there, I realised it wasn’t quite what I wanted to be doing and decided to switch course. I went over to Fine Art, thinking I could practice and learn about a broader spectrum of art and inform my work. Turns out they hated basically everything I did, and I ended up doing photography as my final project which is about as far away from illustration as you can get.  
I kept up doing my own thing regardless and after university I moved to London to work at a clothing company as a designer. This was around the time I started developing my freelance work and making that into a career. After working there, I went to work as an illustrator at a children’s book publisher also based in London, where I now head up the Design Department - working on my freelance illustration stuff alongside that work. 
What’s your favourite piece you have created? 
My favourite piece would probably have to be the poster I made of The Last of Us Part II. It was the biggest and most detailed piece I’d made up until that point and I felt very satisfied with the result. I’m usually quite critical of my own work, but I feel like I really nailed what I set out to do with this one. 
It ended up getting a fair bit of recognition from some of the main cast of the game, as well as the director Neil Druckman. The developers Naughty Dog also shared it on their social channels which was quite exciting. It was really rewarding seeing that recognition and having my work shared with such a huge audience. 
It’s probably my most popular artwork. I do have some other pieces due to be unveiled later this year through different things that I’m quite proud of, but I can’t share too much about them just yet. 
Another one would probably be my Stranger Things poster. I did it fairly early on in my foray into making poster art, but it seems to be one that people find me through quite often. I can definitely see things I’d change if I did it today but I’m really happy with how that one came out.
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Credit: Sam Green
What art tools could you not live without? 
My iPad. It’s likely the art tool I use more than anything. I’m from a traditional background, predominantly pencil and ink – but the versatility in digital is unparalleled. I’m not really into Apple stuff but the iPad is fantastic, I take it everywhere and it’s at the point where drawing in Procreate on the iPad is a key part of my workflow. 
What is your biggest challenge when working on your art? 
There are 2 things that immediately come to mind. The first is coming up with the concept of a piece. Some stuff just comes naturally, but if you’re setting out to say, create a poster artwork for a movie, then coming up with an interesting concept can sometimes be really difficult. It’s that first big hill to climb – staring at a blank canvas and trying to come up with how to fill it in the most interesting way.  
The second big challenge then comes from persevering with the work. There’s usually a point somewhere in the middle where you’re doubting the work or second guessing some things. Getting through that patch is a bit of a mental test, but it does usually come together in the end. 
If you could have a superhero power, what would you want to have? 
I’ve thought about this before, and it would have to be the ability to freeze time. It would just be so versatile. You could use it to get out of sticky situations - but what I’d probably use it for most is to stop everything around me, go somewhere really scenic and just make art. I’d love to have unlimited time to just push myself to learn more and get better as an artist.  
There’s a thing in Dragon Ball Z called the Hyperbolic Time Chamber. Characters would basically go in there and do a years’ worth of training, but it would only equate to one day on the outside. I’ve always loved that idea and wished I had access to it in real life. I know that probably sounds really lame. 
If you could bring a fictional character to life, who would you pick? 
I mean, I’ve already mentioned how I’m a big Batman fan – but I don’t know how much I’d actually want to bring him to life. I don’t think he’d be very fun to hang out with. 
Michael Scott from The Office would probably be a good one. I feel like you’d always have an eventful time hanging out with him. 
If you could travel, or live anywhere, where would you go? 
My girlfriend and I love travelling. We’ve been planning to go to South East Asia, Japan, Australia and New Zealand for a while now. So, I’m really looking forward to when we can actually go off and do that, once the world hopefully returns to something a bit more normal. I’m a big foodie – both cooking and eating. I’m a big fan of Asian food in particular. I’d love to go all over Asia and experience all of the delicious and varied food. 
Really, I’d just love to go everywhere. I love going to new places.  
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Credit: Sam Green
Huge thanks to Sam for taking part and giving some great answers! We hope you enjoyed this week’s artist and don’t forget you can check out more of Sam’s work on all of his socials and website (all linked below)! 
Sam Green - Instagram
Sam Green - Twitter
Sam Green - Website
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royaltyfreemusic-alexrufire · 35 minutes ago
Indie Hip Hop - Background Music
►Indie pop hip hop music with a light happy feel and caring vibes for friendly projects, hopeful movies, or thoughtful optimistic videos. 2 short variations and a loop included.
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puredamien · 37 minutes ago
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Ochre - An Eye to Windward (2021)
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safetayy · 39 minutes ago
Something really interesting about humans is that we're genuinely phenomenal at endurance among animals (that definitely isn't just anecdotes). Imagine a scenario where the parents let their human out to play, lose sight of them, and then find them napping nearly a dozen miles down the road. Like genuinely they are 6 years old or something and seemingly just did the amphibian equivalent of a marathon on a whim
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That is so cute..
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These girls are so energetic they need to run.
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I know I always draw Lady Olivia looking like That but it's just her normal face I promise–
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I remember doing this and ending up lying down all sprawled in the middle of the road when I was 5 or 6, my dad would remind me I could get run over. I'd roll to the side of his feet and put my weight around his ankles so he couldn't move away.
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I like this ask :)
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zombie-midget-p0rn · 42 minutes ago
𝑾𝒊𝒍𝒍 𝑰 𝒔𝒕𝒐𝒑 𝒇𝒖𝒄𝒌𝒊𝒏𝒈 𝒃𝒓𝒆𝒂𝒕𝒉𝒊𝒏𝒈?
𝑴𝒚 𝒄𝒐𝒏𝒔𝒄𝒊𝒐𝒖𝒔𝒏𝒆𝒔𝒔 𝒘𝒐𝒏'𝒕 𝒍𝒆𝒂𝒗𝒆 𝒎𝒆
𝑭𝒓𝒐𝒎 𝒕𝒉𝒊𝒏𝒌𝒊𝒏𝒈 𝒕𝒉𝒂𝒕 𝒎𝒚 𝒉𝒆𝒂𝒓𝒕
𝑾𝒊𝒍𝒍 𝒔𝒕𝒐𝒑 𝒊𝒕'𝒔 𝒃𝒆𝒂𝒕𝒊𝒏𝒈
𝑳𝒆𝒂𝒗𝒆 𝒎𝒆 𝒃𝒍𝒆𝒆𝒅𝒊𝒏𝒈
𝑵𝒂𝒕𝒉𝒚𝒏- 𝑳𝒐𝒄𝒌𝒅𝒐𝒘𝒏(𝑭𝒕. 404𝒔𝒐𝒖𝒍)
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thetunesclub · 47 minutes ago
German artist DA3VID has created an outstanding ambience with his pop music 'DANCE WITH ME'
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thatkattdraws · an hour ago
My mom found this bowl in the cupboard while cleaning! It's from 1996 - the year before I was born. It brought back so many happy memories 🥺❤️
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dubaisign2 · an hour ago
Traffic Signs In Abu Dhabi | Window Graphics In Abu Dhabi
While some people in Dubai and other parts of the emirates prefer using local transport to move around the cities in the UAE, whereas others prefer to get behind the wheel and navigate through the traffic on their own. However, whether you are visiting Dubai, Abu Dhabi, or any other part of the Emirates, it is very important to have in-depth knowledge of the rules and regulations of traffic signs in UAE. Traffic Signs In Abu Dhabi helps the drivers and the people walking on the road to reach their destination on time and safely.
Usually placed, all over the public roads, UAE traffic signs are highly visible everywhere which helps in offering simple directions to the pedestrians and drivers to follow them so that they can save time and reach safely to their destinations. UAE experiences high traffic, especially in places like Dubai, road signs play an important part to ensure safety and adherence to guidelines.
Window Graphics In Abu Dhabi helps in catching the eyes of customers which helps in driving more traffic to your business.
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