Raising volume of a midi file
I have some midi files and I want to raise their volumes. How can I do
"Pink_isn't_well" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I have some midi files and I want to raise their volumes. How can I do
Insert a MIDI CC controller # 7 event = 127 (or 128 depending on synth) at
the very beginning of each channel of the file
"ghost" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on Sat, 07 Aug 2004 21:59:03 GMT in
> Insert a MIDI CC controller # 7 event = 127 (or 128 depending on
>...DDR DIMM clock distribution
I'm using Cyclone II EP2C8 in PQFP208 package and DDR DIMM.
And I'm wondering how to distribute clock signal.
DIMM has 6 clock signals (3 differential pairs).
I figure out two solution:
1. Use differential output PLL_OUT and split signals to three DIMM input.
2. Use 6 general purpose FPGA IO to distribute three pairs of clock and
shifted clock. (This IO pins will be single-ended not differential)
Which soulution is better and will have lower skew to other DDR signals?
Or maybe do that on different way?
On Tue, 9 Oct 2007 18:04:12 +0200, pgw
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As we know that Matlab can generate random number with
several command. I need to generate random value for the
following gamma distribution:
No, m and L will be assumed. I need to generate randomly
distributed D in size of 0<D<10 that follows the above
Do you have idea to do it in matlab?
Thanks for your help
...TRANSPOSE and Analysis of the Distribution
I have a dataset with 30,958 cases of burglary reported to the police during a one year period.
I am interested in how many burglaries occured at each unique address.
Since my unit of analysis was burglary reports (each of which contains an addresses), I ran PROC TRANSPOSE so I could find out how many times each address shows up in the dataset.
So now I have a transposed dataset containing 32 variables: COL1...COL30, Address, and _Name_.
I'd like to create a variable called "Num_Burgs" (which combines COL1...COL30) so that I could analyze its distribution and detrmi...Anyone been able to raise Steve Adams at oracle-l?
Been having a problem with posting, have emailed him twice with two different
email addresses, no reply, nothing.
Is he OK? Probably still in the US from the OOW?
On Oct 24, 8:20=A0am, Noons <wizofo...@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> Been having a problem with posting, have emailed him twice with two diffe=
> email addresses, no reply, nothing.
> Is he OK? =A0Probably still in the US from the OOW?
Mark Bobak posted on Oracle-L that Steve has granted him the ability
to handle many routine Oracle-L activities such as granting posting
privileges. Try contacking Mark if the issue i...Creating a Frequency Distribution with Three Vars
input x y z;
.. . .
1 . .
1 2 .
.. 2 2
1 1 1
1 1 2
1 1 3
1 2 1
1 2 2
1 2 3
1 3 1
1 3 2
1 3 3
2 1 1
2 1 2
2 1 3
2 2 1
2 2 2
2 2 3
2 3 1
2 3 2
2 3 3
3 1 1
3 1 2
3 1 3
3 2 1
3 2 2
3 2 3
3 3 1
3 3 2
3 3 3
I want to create a table AND a dataset that looks like this:
X-count Y-count Z-count
Blank 2 2 3
1 11 9 9
2 9 11 ...unable to begin a distributed transaction (Msg 7391)
I am receiving the following error when I run a stored procedure:
Server: Msg 7391, Level 16, State 1, Procedure spXXXX
The SP inserts data into a local (sql 2000) table from a remote sql
2000 database. The SP works fine until I add a trigger to the
destination. The contents of the trigger do not appear to matter, as I
have tried removing everything but one line, which is just a declare
statement. Updating the table with the trigger (even the full trigger)
in place does not cause an error. Running the SP without the trigger
on the table does not cause the error.
I have the exact same setup o...Asking for a raise, What am I worth?
I have an AAS in computer technology. I have been at my current job
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In these 2 years I have been at my current job I have developed several
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that has impro...beta distribution
I am trying to build a vairable x named, with a distribution beta with different a & b values but I need to fix de mean into 100 value, do you please can provide me the way to get it...
do order=1 to 1000;
x = round(60+150*rand('beta',4,4));
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Raising Pulse / Positive Pulse and Falling Pulse/ Negative Pulse.
I put this dummy question different time in different ways but still there is no answer.
I am using cFP-300 (Digital input module). As in other PLC programming softwares there are options that they have Pulse option, whenever there is activity (acquisition) of data from field device, they can generate a Positive Rising Pulse if input goes High (1) and Negative Pulse, if input goes Low (0).
It is necessary for my projects as i have to activate my output based on t...Re: Persistent Distributed Objects
Sorry about being interpreted as being vague. `et me try to narrow it down.=
program a creates objects b c d which each need to use 1 disk space 2 ram =
3 processor time. I would like to create a heckpoint which would save the w=
ork of the object to be later used and then delete it from memory [which I =
assume from reading about them implimented elsewhere is more or less how th=
ey work]. The other part would be to assign the objects via a network depen=
ding on the number of network machines. I.e. suppose b c and d see machines=
e f g on a network they can send those machines objects b c ...Can I put a Distribution List in the Whitelist Exception file for a Content Control Definition File?
Can I put a Distribution List in the Whitelist Exception file for a
Content Control Definition File?
I would like to do this instead of trying to maintain the Whitelist
Exception File with numerous addresses that are already in my
Distribution List which is essentially a duplication of my personal
Thank you. :-)
> Can I put a Distribution List in the Whitelist Exception file for a
> Content Control Definition File?
> I would like to do this instead of trying to maintain the Whitelist
> Exception File with numerous addresses that are already in m...[News] [Rival] More Spying and More Data Breaches Raise Concerns
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I need help creating a SAS macro (about which I really know very little) that would read report id, sender's name, recepient's e-mail address, subject, attach a report and include a message. This information will be stored in a list called distribution_list.sas.
At present we are running this following code inside each pogram that generates each report that is being e-mailed. There will be more than 1 receipient for some reports. We have bout 20 reports that needs to be sent daily.
ODS HTML close;
FILENAME outbox EMAIL
TO= (email@example.com...Raised text
I need to add raised text and a raised logo to a surface. The surface
is not flat, it curves in all directions.
I created a curve in the shape of the logo (for simplicity, lets say
that it is a triangle) as a sketched curve on a datum plane in front
of the surface. then I projected the logo curves onto the surface.
I tried to "OFFSET" the projected curve, to get the raised thickness.
It works if set to "along surface", but when set to "normal to the
surface" (what I want), it only offsets one of the curve lines.
Because the surface is not planer, I can'...Fitting time series using an annual sine and cosine
I'm working with GRACE data and I want to fit the monthly time series using an annual sine and cosine, and semi-annual sine and cosine.
On Tuesday, December 4, 2012 3:27:08 PM UTC+13, University wrote:
> I'm working with GRACE data and I want to fit the monthly time series using an annual sine and cosine, and semi-annual sine and cosine.
Say your data are in column vector y which represents nmon months of data:
dtm=365.25/12; % Interval in days
A=[cos(wSat) sin(wSat) cos(wSsat) ...advataga of Root Raised Cosine pulse shaping over Raised Cosine pulse shaping????
I've done a MATLAB simulation project on 16 QAM with Raised Cosine an
Root Raised Cosine pulse shaping...
the doubt that i'm not able to digest is what are the additiona
advantages offered by root raised cosine pulse shaping filter over raise
cosine pulse shaping filter..
i heard from many people and even my guide says that root raised cosin
filters are preferred to raised cosine filters for practica
purposes...(Is it true really??)
even theoretically both the filters are stated to be equivalent....
is it for any practical implementation reasons ?? if so what are they??
plea...BEGIN TRANSACTION or BEGIN DISTRIBUTED TRANSACTION
Hi have have two linked SQL Servers and I am trying to get things working
Should I be using 'BEGIN TRANSACTION' or 'BEGIN DISTRIBUTED TRANSACTION' ?
Basicly, these SPs update a local table and a remote table in the same
transaction. I cant have one table updated and not the other. Please dont
say replicate the tables either as at this time, this is is not an option.
I have for example a number of stored procedures that are based around the
where ACSMSM is a remote (linked) SQL Server.
@strResult varchar(8) =...Test if the distribution is Cauchy distribution
Is there anyone who knows how to test if a dataset comes from a
Cauchy distribution with MATLAB?
> Is there anyone who knows how to test if a dataset comes from a
> Cauchy distribution with MATLAB?
Jack, if you have access to the Statistics Toolbox, you can use TCDF with KSTEST
or CHI2GOF to test the fully specified null hypothesis of a Cauchy distribution.
You can also use the Distribution Fitting Tool to fit a t-location scale
family, and see what you get for the degrees of freedom parameter, although that
tool uses maximum likelihood to fit models, and maximum like...semi-random distribution
I am trying to model a distribution of objects in a liquid
and I am seeking a baseline model to start with or some
advice on my approach. (heterogeneous mixture)
Objects: rocks (shaped as arrows [->]) (density = y)
liquid: jelly (density = x) in a bucket
Pour rocks in liquid and mix with a rotational velocity (z)
I want the rocks to be randomly distributed throughout the
bucket of jelly. I want to model the distribution of the
rocks based on the density, velocity, and size of objects
and liquid. I also want to model the directio...Re: draw a normal distribution (also lognormal)
one more question, how can i use QQ plot to check the mormality of generate=
sample in this case?
On 10/4/05, Venita DePuy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I believe the following will create a normal distribution (with mean 0 an=
> std dev 1) Note that it looks much more normal if you use 1000 points,
> If you want to get particular, you can have Proc Univariate draw in lines
> for what a normal and/or lognormal distribution, with the mean/std dev of
> the data, should look like.
> data file1;
> do i =3D 1 to 100;
&...heatmap Re: how to generate random data from uniform distribution?
thanks, Dale. This is exactly what i need. btw, i recently work on a
project that require heatmap. I search the whole list and, if i remember
correctly, you post a sas macro here for heat map. I run it, it works
perfectly. You seem to use proc gcontour then. I tried to add cursor pop-
up by using html= in the plot option but failed. Do you think gcontour
does not accommodate html option? do you know any other graphic procedure
can create heatmap that accommodate html options?
>You are a little non-specific about the requirements here. You
>indicate in you..._conditionally_ returning to point where exception was raised?
I'm new to Python and would like to know if the following is possible.
Say I have one lower-level object A and one user-interface object B.
Suppose B.CallingMethod() calls A.CalledMethod(), the latter method
stumbles upon an IO error and raises an exception. The calling method
detects the exception, but needs to get input from the user before
deciding whether A.CalledMethod() should continue being executed or
permantently stop/cancel the execution of the remaining code in
A.CalledMethod(). Can this be done?
What I would like to know is if the calling method is allowed to