16 pings can be played simultaniously. Each ping will be mapped to a different key, like in a drum-layout.
Each ping has a parameter for frequency, duration, panning, distortion and amplitude.
You will only be able to play one ping at a time
To switch ping, press s while holding one of the mouse buttons. For example, press s and hold down the right mouse button. s will play the next ping in the drum kit. There are 16 pings in this drum kit.
Start the “1 Ping Only” setting in the sound mixer by pressing the NumPad+1 or NumPad-1 key. This allows you to mute the instrument if the MIDI effect needs isolation from all the other sounds.
Mute Each PING
This also works from the midi keyboard or from your sequencer, but in your “Mute Each PING” from the sound mixer, only the drum kit gets muted. You can still hear the other part of the track. All you have to do is, press the NumPad+1 or NumPad-1 key and you can play all the drums at the same time.
Setup Total Isolation
This setting is similar to the “Setup Isolation”. In order to have a total isolation from all the sounds, start the “1 Ping Only” setting in the sound mixer. Then mute all other sounds from the sequencer or from the midi keyboard.
Setup Total Isolation (Show video)
Setup Total Isolation (A picture and drum mix)
1 Ping Only
It’s one of the more difficult to learn, but can be a powerful tool for when you want to isolate a drum track from a bunch of other instruments.
You can set up total isolation by just muting all your other instruments. Pressing 1 simultaneously mute all the instruments, except the kit you are trying to isolate.
There is no real set up involved in this, it’s just a case of turning of one pedal on one channel and turning it on the other channel, and that’s it.
As this is a drum kit, there are 16 combinations of settings to get the right sound.
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Produce only one ping, regardless of any other ping
Never lower the pitch below D
Produce new range
Produce a new vowel
Produce several pings at once
Use the song’s BPM as frequency
Produce a slightly higher or lower pitched ping
Indicate the left, right, or center pan, or disable panning
Indicates whether pings should be placed on the left, right, or center
Produce a ping at the specified rate
Produce a ping at the specified rate for lyrics
Produce a ping at the specified rate for the reversed song
Produce a ping at the specified rate for the specified script
Produce only the specified ping
Produce a sfx ping that is played before each song
Sharp Lips Description:
Produce a sfx ping that causes lips to vibrate on the notes played.
Produce a sfx ping with sharpened period
Produce a ping 10% skips ahead
Produce a ping 10% skips ahead for lyrics
Produce a ping that can’t be heard
Produce a ping with 10% duration skips
Produce a ping that skips the specified index
If you play many pings simultanously, it will not complete all pings, but only the first ping.
ed CDSs and their auxiliary proteins. The simplicity of the intrinsic protein stoichiometry within the cell, the low number of potential interaction partners, and the limited alternative pathways available for inducing protein perturbation make it an ideal system for cell-based biological screens and bimolecular interaction studies. We generated the *E. coli* protein interaction network from a list of proteins having mutations with varied effects on the fitness of cells growing at 37°C in LB (from [@bib3]). These mutations included single nucleotide substitutions, deletions and insertions within coding regions, with the majority of mutations having a detrimental effect on growth. Using this interaction network and a previously developed stoichiometric model of the *E. coli* metabolic network ([@bib1]; [@bib27]), we simulated 15 conditions, where the presence or absence of a protein was changed by a series of individual gene knockout and/or addition reactions. Using gene knockout reaction data from Keio collection ([@bib19]) and transcriptomic data from SAGE ([@bib3]), the model was constrained by the gene expression data, and the metabolomics data from the Keio collection was used to set the initial metabolite concentrations. The models enabled accurate prediction of metabolic flux profiles for each of the simulated conditions, indicating that the stoichiometric model accurately represents *E. coli* metabolism. We then assessed the ability of the model to accurately recapitulate the effects of the mutations on the growth fitness of cells and the proteome by simulating knockouts and additions of proteins. The predictions of protein interactions and the resulting proteome were found to be highly accurate for many proteins with very low expression levels. However, this approach was less successful for genes with high expression levels, even though a simple stoichiometric model of metabolism may not be sufficient to accurately predict their expression levels. This clearly highlights the need for tools that can predict gene expression and metabolite levels in response to a perturbation without the requirement for an accurate metabolic model.
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This function will return a unique ID for a ping. It will then stop pinging that ID, and will instead start pinging the next ID in the list. This function will return an error if called before the FirstPingTime, a returned ID or a call to this function is unsuccessful.
Return the time in ms at which this function will be called.
Return the ID of the ping that will be called on the next successful call to this function. This function will return an error if a call to this function fails, or if the callback is not called successfully after the NextPingTime.
Return a callback function that will be called after each successful ping. This will occur exactly after the NextPingTime unless the ping fails, or the callback is not called before the NextPingTime.
Each Ping Parameter:
The parameter of the ping.
This will be the duration of the pong. The ping is then played with this time added to the first time it is played.
This is the frequency of the ping.
Pan left,right, or neutral depending on the amount it is shifted.
Distorts the audio by the amount specified.
The amplitude of the ping.
Return all of the ping parameters in an array of objects.
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$$value for duration in $$ms
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$$value for amplitude in $$c
$$value for ping id in $$c
$$value for callback in $$c
These four parameters are also available in the JSON string returned by the SendUDPPing function, and the parameters of the response are also available in this JSON string.
This will return the JSON string of the response from the server.
callback will be called after the ping with the arguments: value for ping id, the server response, and the ping parameters.
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Pre-requisite: Microsoft® Windows® OS, Macintosh® OS 10.5
Macintosh: OS X 10.5
Windows: Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
A multicore 2.5 GHz or faster processor
4 GB RAM
Dual GPU setup is recommended