U-he triple cheese.Luscious and cheesy

 

U-he triple cheese

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Pedals and Amplifiers.Triple Cheese: Luscious and cheesy | u-he

 

Oct 27,  · Triple Cheese by U-he / Urs HeckmannA Classic entry in the KVR Audio Developer Challenge of The basic idea is this: You have three cheesy modules (hence. Dec 10,  · In this video, we explore the tasty presets in U-he’s absolutely free comb filter synthesizer Triple Cheese. I still can’t believe this is just up for grabs. u-he makes creative software synthesizers and effects. Bazille update, The Bazille Cookbook, Objects for Hive 2. December 11,

 

U-he triple cheese.Triple Cheese by U-he

u-he makes creative software synthesizers and effects. Bazille update, The Bazille Cookbook, Objects for Hive 2. December 11, Oct 27,  · Triple Cheese by U-he / Urs HeckmannA Classic entry in the KVR Audio Developer Challenge of The basic idea is this: You have three cheesy modules (hence. Triple Cheese, winner of the KVR Developer Challenge, is a truly unique freeware synthesizer. No traditional oscillators or wavetables, no FM or phase distortion and no analogue modelled filters here. A touch unusual and a little cheesy, Triple Cheese is quite capable of .
 
 
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Seagate: 100 Gbps Recording Density Milestone Beaten. inch

In today’s press release, Seagate Technology reported that [so far, in laboratory conditions], the barrier of recording density for hard drives of 100 Gbps per square inch has been overcome, which raises the recording density in real hard drives to 125 GB per platter of 3.5-inch storage (current platters limit – 40 GB).

The breakthrough has been achieved through the use of special magnetic recording heads and multi-layer antiferrogmagnetic coupled (AFC) layers; the magnetic moment in each of these layers is directed oppositely to the neighboring.

Write head gap has now been brought up to 4.9 microinches (i.e. 0.00012446 mm), read gap width to 3.75 microinches (0.0009525 mm), at 4000 rpm spindle speed.

So far, the company has not announced the release dates for real hard drives with similar characteristics; it is quite possible that we will hear about such announcements in the near future.

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