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2023.05.31 00:04 JoshAsdvgi The Dawes Act of 1887

The Dawes Act of 1887

The Dawes Act of 1887
(also known as the General Allotment Act or the Dawes Severalty Act of 1887),
Authorized the President of the United States to survey American Indian tribal land and divide it into allotments for individual Indians.
Those who accepted allotments and lived separately from the tribe would be granted United States citizenship.
The Dawes Act was amended in 1891, in 1898 by the Curtis Act, and again in 1906 by the Burke Act.
The Act was named for its creator, Senator Henry Laurens Dawes of Massachusetts.
The objectives of the Dawes Act were to abolish tribal and communal land ownership of the tribes into individual land ownership rights in order to transfer lands under Indian control to white settlers and stimulate assimilation of them into mainstream American society, and thereby lift individual Native Americans out of poverty.
Individual household ownership of land and subsistence farming on the European-American model was seen as an essential step.
The act provided that the government would classify as "excess" those Indian reservation lands remaining after allotments, and sell those lands on the open market, allowing purchase and settlement by non-Native Americans.
The Dawes Commission, set up under an Indian Office appropriation bill in 1893, was created to try to persuade the Five Civilized Tribes to agree to allotment plans.
(They had been excluded from the Dawes Act by their treaties.)
This commission registered the members of the Five Civilized Tribes on what became known as the Dawes Rolls.
The Curtis Act of 1898 amended the Dawes Act to extend its provisions to the Five Civilized Tribes; it required abolition of their governments, allotment of communal lands to people registered as tribal members, and sale of lands declared surplus, as well as dissolving tribal courts.
This completed the extinguishment of tribal land titles in Indian Territory, preparing it to be admitted to the Union as the state of Oklahoma.
During the ensuing decades, the Five Civilized Tribes sold off 90 million acres of former communal lands to non-Natives.
In addition, many individuals, unfamiliar with land ownership, became the target of speculators and criminals, were stuck with allotments that were too small for profitable farming, and lost their household lands.
Tribe members also suffered from the breakdown of the social structure of the tribes.
During the Great Depression, the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration supported passage on June 18, 1934 of the US Indian Reorganization Act
(also known as the Wheeler-Howard Law).
It ended land allotment and created a "New Deal" for Indians, renewing their rights to reorganize and form their self-governments.
The new policy intended to concentrate Native Americans in areas away from encroaching settlers, but it caused considerable suffering and many deaths. During the nineteenth century, Native American tribes resisted the imposition of the reservation system and engaged with the United States Army in what were called the Indian Wars in the West for decades. Finally defeated by the US military force and continuing waves of encroaching settlers, the tribes negotiated agreements to resettle on reservations.[6] Native Americans ended up with a total of over 155 million acres (630,000 km2) of land, ranging from arid deserts to prime agricultural land.[7]

The Reservation system, though forced upon Native Americans, was a system that allotted each tribe a claim to their new lands, protection over their territories, and the right to govern themselves. With the Senate supposedly being able to intervene only through the negotiation of treaties, they adjusted their ways of life and tried to continue their traditions.[8] The traditional tribal organization, a defining characteristic of Native Americans as a social unit, became apparent to the non-native communities of the United States and created a mixed stir of emotions. The tribe was viewed as a highly cohesive group, led by a hereditary, chosen chief, who exercised power and influence among the members of the tribe by aging traditions.[9] The tribes were seen as strong, tight-knit societies led by powerful men who were opposed to any change that weakened their positions. Many white Americans feared them and sought reformation. The Indians' failure to adopt the "Euroamerican" lifestyle, which was the social norm in the United States at the time, was seen as both unacceptable and uncivilized.

By the end of the 1880s, a general consensus seem to have been reached among many US stakeholders that the assimilation of Native Americans into American culture was top priority; it was the time for them to leave behind their tribal landholding, reservations, traditions and ultimately their Indian identities.[10]

On February 8, 1887, the Dawes Allotment Act was signed into law by President Grover Cleveland.

Responsible for enacting the division of the tribal reservations into plots of land for individual households, the Dawes Act was created by reformers to achieve six goals:

breaking up of tribes as a social unit,
encouraging individual initiatives,
furthering the progress of native farmers,
reducing the cost of native administration,
securing parts of the reservations as Indian land, and
opening the remainder of the land to white settlers for profit.[11]
The Act facilitated assimilation; they would become more "Euro-Americanized" as the government allotted the reservations. Native Americans held specific ideologies pertaining to tribal land, to them the land and earth were things to be valued and cared for, it represented things that produced and sustained life, it embodied their existence and identity, and created an environment of belonging.[12] In opposition to their white counterparts, they did not see it from an economic standpoint.

But, many natives began to believe they had to adapt to the majority culture in order to survive. They would have to embrace these beliefs and surrender to the forces of progress. They were to adopt the values of the dominant society and see land as real estate to be bought and developed; they learned how to use their land effectively in order to become prosperous farmers.[13] As they were inducted as citizens of the country, they would shed their uncivilized discourses and ideologies, and exchange them for ones that allowed them to become industrious self-supporting citizens, and finally rid themselves of their "need" for government supervision.[14]

The important provisions of the Dawes Act[2] were:

A head of family would receive a grant of 160 acres (65 ha), a single person or orphan over 18 years of age would receive a grant of 80 acres (32 ha), and persons under the age of 18 would receive 40 acres (16 ha) each;
the allotments would be held in trust by the U.S. Government for 25 years;
Eligible Indians had four years to select their land; afterward the selection would be made for them by the Secretary of the Interior.[15]
Every member of the bands or tribes receiving a land allotment is subject to laws of the state or territory in which they reside. Every Indian who receives a land allotment "and has adopted the habits of civilized life" (lived separate and apart from the tribe) is bestowed with United States citizenship "without in any manner impairing or otherwise affecting the right of any such Indian to tribal or other property".[16]

The Secretary of Interior could issue rules to assure equal distribution of water for irrigation among the tribes, and provided that "no other appropriation or grant of water by any riparian proprietor shall be authorized or permitted to the damage of any other riparian proprietor."[17]

The Dawes Act did not apply to the territory of the:[18]

Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole, Miami, and Peoria in Indian Territory
Osage, Sac, and Fox, in the Oklahoma Territory
any of the reservations of the Seneca Nation of New York, or
a strip of territory in the State of Nebraska adjoining the Sioux Nation
Provisions were later extended to the Wea, Peoria, Kaskaskia, Piankeshaw, and Western Miami tribes by act of 1889.[19] Allotment of the lands of these tribes was mandated by the Act of 1891, which amplified the provisions of the Dawes Act.[20]

Dawes Act 1891 Amendments
In 1891 the Dawes Act was amended:[21]

Allowed for pro-rata distribution when the reservation did not have enough land for each individual to receive allotments in original quantities, and provided that when land is only suitable for grazing purposes, such land be allotted in double quantities[22]
Established criteria for inheritance[23]
Does not apply to Cherokee Outlet[24]
Provisions of the Curtis Act
The Curtis Act of 1898 extended the provisions of the Dawes Act to the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory. It did away with their self-government, including tribal courts. In addition to providing for allotment of lands to tribal members, it authorized the Dawes Commission to make determination of members when registering tribal members.

Provisions of the Burke Act
The Burke Act of 1906[25] amended the sections of the Dawes Act dealing with US Citizenship (Section 6) and the mechanism for issuing allotments. The Secretary of Interior could force the Indian Allottee to accept title for land. US Citizenship was granted unconditionally upon receipt of land allotment (the individual did not need to move off the reservation to receive citizenship). Land allotted to Indians was taken out of Trust and subject to taxation. The Burke Act did not apply to any Indians in Indian Territory.

In 1922, the General Accounting Office (GAO) conducted an audit of 12 reservations to determine the severity of fractionation on those reservations. The GAO found that on the 12 reservations for which it compiled data, there were approximately 80,000 discrete owners but, because of fractionation, there were over a million ownership records associated with those owners. The GAO also found that if the land were physically divided by the fractional interests, many of these interests would represent less than one square foot of ground. In early 2002, the Department of the Interior attempted to replicate the audit methodology used by the GAO and to update the GAO report data to assess the continued growth of fractionation; it found that it increased by more than 40% between 1992 and 2002.

As an example of continuing fractionation, consider a real tract identified in 1987 in Hodel v. Irving, 481 U.S. 704 (1987):

Tract 1305 is 40 acres (160,000 m2) and produces $1,080 in income annually. It is valued at $8,000. It has 439 owners, one-third of whom receive less than $.05 in annual rent and two-thirds of whom receive less than $1. The largest interest holder receives $82.85 annually. The common denominator used to compute fractional interests in the property is 3,394,923,840,000. The smallest heir receives $.01 every 177 years. If the tract were sold (assuming the 439 owners could agree) for its estimated $8,000 value, he would be entitled to $.000418. The administrative costs of handling this tract are estimated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs at $17,560 annually.

Today, this tract produces $2,000 in income annually and is valued at $22,000. It now has 505 owners but the common denominator used to compute fractional interests has grown to 220,670,049,600,000. If the tract were sold (assuming the 505 owners could agree) for its estimated $22,000 value, the smallest heir would now be entitled to $.00001824. The administrative costs of handling this tract in 2003 are estimated by the BIA at $42,800.

Fractionation has become significantly worse. As noted above, in some cases the land is so highly fractionated that it can never be made productive. With such small ownership interests, it is nearly impossible to obtain the level of consent necessary to lease the land. In addition, to manage highly fractionated parcels of land, the government spends more money probating estates, maintaining title records, leasing the land, and attempting to manage and distribute tiny amounts of income to individual owners than is received in income from the land. In many cases, the costs associated with managing these lands can be significantly more than the value of the underlying asset.
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2023.05.30 21:27 SDSomeGuy Orchestral composing question 2

I think it is very helpful to compose and edit the midi for all instrument tracks in one piano roll. My DAW doesn’t allow this, so my workaround is to copy paste the midi for different instruments into one piano roll with a basic piano sound, which is fine, but now it’s confusing which instrument is playing what part. I’m a beginner into orchestration, so is my workaround practical for basic orchestration? How about more advanced orchestration like John Williams?
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2023.05.30 06:01 SDSomeGuy MIDI Composing Question

Is it very helpful to compose and edit the midi for all instrument tracks in one piano roll? My DAW doesn’t allow this, but I really like my DAW and don’t want to change it. Also I’m into writing orchestral music where stuff can get quite complex, so that’s why I’m asking.
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2023.05.25 18:41 throwaway10849839 Anyone here enrolled in Cherokee Nation who can help me with this?

Osiyo! I am hoping someone here can help me understand the application process to Cherokee Nation a bit more.
My great-grandfather is on the Dawes Rolls, and I know I have to provide documents proving him as my great-grandfather. Do they ALL have to be birth certificates? Also, on the website it says only original documents are accepted, but I was told by someone enrolled that only MY birth certificate has to be original and everything else can be photocopied. Is this true?
Another thing, I would be applying as a Freedmen descendant, so would I still need to fill out the CDIB form? I’m at-large (east coast) so I’m wondering if it’s even worth enrolling at this point lol. Sorry for all the questions!
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2023.05.25 00:43 arbryant920 Questions In Regards to Sound Differences when Mixing and Bouncing Down (Metal)

Hey everyone, I'm hoping someone can give me some input or advice. I do a lot of home recording and mixing/mastering (I try to do everything on my own). For the most part, I work within the realm of folk, experimental, and metal music. For the first two, oddball artifacts or lo-fi recording with certain things works totally fine, but when I want a more pristine sound for something in the more aggressive territory, I tend to have some difficulty managing bass and treble. I didn't notice a huge difference before we moved, but that's because I cared less and as I'm now trying to learn the craft a bit, I'd like to be able to create as solid of a sound as I can.
Here's some background of the equipment I'm using:
-I have two different monitors:
-a pair of Samson Media One 3As that I only really use for referencing or for casual listening.
-a pair of Presonus Eris E5's for mixing/mastering (these are newer and I got them right before we moved, where up until then, I mostly mixed using the Samsons and headphones)

For headphones, I'm using AKG K271 MKII (I've had them forever and it's really the first "studio" headphones I've had).
For a DAW, I'm using Logic X on a Mac M1 Mini with a Focusrite Scarlett 18i8.

Now, I'm used to (at this point) bouncing a mix down to make sure it sounds good in my car stereo because I've always had a difficult time figuring out whether or not I'm adding too much bass or things are too scratchy. I recently started a new project where I'm being a bit more nit-picky about the quality of tones (guitar tones, bass low-end, etc.) I have probably bounced down every mix I make about 5 or 6 times with different variations labeling them as (Mix 1 with X EQ, Mix 2 with Y EQ plus Compressor, Mix 4 with Z with Bass Boost, etc.). Almost every time, my mixes sound different in the car than they do coming out of the monitors and my headphones sound different from my monitors as well. I've tried it in two different vehicles and it's they sound different in them as well.
I know that different sound sources/speakers make a difference, but I would ideally like my stuff to sound just as good regardless of the speaker source or at least sound consistent. I'm trying to find out why there's such an inconsistency with what I'm hearing. I've read things that have said that the AKGs have the treble rolled off and a lot of times, I mix with the headphones because I can't always have my speakers on with people in the house.
The room my stuff is currently in is a large open room with very few things on the walls and I realize that could be part of the problem, but I often try to mix with my headphones more than anything and I feel like I have a more difficult time determining the bass response when using the monitors (I have them set up so they are in-line with my ears about 6" from the wall and often it sounds like there isn't enough bass with them).
The Presonus are also set up totally flat with no EQ adjustments currently.
If anyone has any ideas or suggestions, that would be awesome. Or if any further information is needed to better tell, I can provide whatever needed. Thank you so much!
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2023.05.24 20:01 Putrid_Cockroach_434 (Review/First Impressions) Logic Pro on iPad is an absolute must

I know a lot of people here have been skeptical of the release of Logic Pro for iPad, and after using it for a bit, I’d like to assuage those skepticisms because I think this represents the ultimate turning point for the history iOS music production.
I’ve been making music for almost a year now (you can check my past posts, I shared a lot of it here) and I’ve been using Cubasis 3 exclusively to the point where I could draw every page of the interface and every stock plugin from memory. In just about 3-4 hours of meandering about Logic Pro, I’ve gotten used to the UI and almost all the basic features that Cubasis offers, and I can confidently say Logic Pro instantly makes Cubasis 3 obsolete in every way. This is the experience of someone who has never used a desktop DAW, but has always been envious of their capability.
Let’s start with the interface, which is beautifully managed and feels right at home with a resident Cubasis user. Tracks are organized on a timeline, tracks can be grouped, subgrouped, foldered, and collapsed to make organization instant. Audio effects and what not for each individual track are presented in a module strip across the bottom, ala Ableton, and each AuV3 can be summoned in a panel just like in Cubasis. The mixer can also be summoned from anywhere at any time, as can the piano roll for any given track.
Midi events can be looped and dragged, there are about 100x more features and functions with regards to Midi and quantiziation, midi notes can be quantized to any key or scale very easily. The audio processing is much higher quality than in Cubasis, and the collapsible, almost modular UI is incredibly intuitive and far more pleasant to use. Writing Midi notes will take a few minutes of getting used to, but once you get the hang of it it feels far easier and more efficient than in Cubasis.
The sample library and browser is located on the left hand side, and features a SEARCH BAR, a tagging system, and colour coding for instruments, effects, and samples, and can be summoned and collapsed at any time. Audio and Midi samples can be dragged and dropped, and the audio editor is insanely capable. One shots and samples can be loaded into a sampler and played via Midi within a few clicks. These are features we have been asking for for years in Cubasis 3.
The stock plugins and synths are some of the best and most complex I’ve ever seen in any DAW period. Not to mention the over 50GB of free sample libraries and packs immediately available for download, with more to come.
Automation in Cubasis has easily been its weakest aspect. The automation system in Logic is vastly superior, points can be curved and drawn overtop the midi events in the timeline, and automation lines for different parameters are colour coded and stacked on top of each other for fool proof visualization. The automation can be edited directly on the track, or on its own dedicated editor in the midi roll for more precision. All the parameters for instruments and effects are well organized and easily selectable from a menu, and drawing parameters in general is much more intuitive.
A few downsides that I’ve noticed so far is that there doesn’t seem to be comprehensive mouse and keyboard support. I haven’t found any options regarding dedicated bindings for hot keys or shortcuts, and the system settings in general leave a lot to be desired at this time, especially compared to the vast array of settings in Cubasis 3. Little things like the option for the playhead resetting position on stop/start are lacking. Generally, mouse and keyboard work just fine, and most of the basic shortcuts like copy and paste are intact, but it certainly takes getting used to, and there’s no way to zoom in/out vertically or horizontally in the timeline or midi editor via keyboard like there is in Cubasis 3, which has been the biggest pain so far coming from mouse-keyboard habits with Cubasis. On the flip side, comprehensive Apple Pencil integration should open the doors to a more creative workflow for those who use it. I don’t, so I can’t really comment on it. The redo button is also for some reason hidden in a long press of the undo button, not sure why they aren’t just put side by side on the top. One thing Cubasis 3 does better is the velocity controls for Midi notes, it’s interface resembles FL Studio’s velocity controls, and you can sweep across notes to edit their velocity. Cubasis 3 in general has always been strong with editing Midi parameters. Another issue I’ve encountered is routing input/output tracks. For example, in Cubasis, any instrument that produces its own Midi notes, (like Riffler), can have its output set to a different instrument track, say a synth, so the notes from Riffler will be played by that instrument. I haven’t been able to figure out how to achieve this in Logic Pro. But aside from that, I don’t think I’ll be returning to Cubasis 3 any time soon.
This is all just scratching the surface, it will take months and months to even come close to acquainting myself with all the features.
Finally, I want to comment on cost and pricing: some people dislike the subscription model, which I understand. However I will note a few things: there’s a 1 month free trial, and it’s $4.99/mo US (or $50 annually) so you can still try it out for free. Second, Logic Pro should be considered a live service, which means we should expect to receive constant updates, new sound libraries, features, and fixes frequently, unlike with Steinberg, who made us wait almost a year between Cubasis 3 updates that added almost nothing to the experience or feature list. And $50 for a year is not going to break the bank (music production is an expensive hobby no matter how you cut it). Thats $500 for 10 years of Logic Pro. That’s as much as an intermediate version of FL Studio, or a basic version of Ableton, or a handful of desktop VSTs. A lot will change in 10 years.
You should also consider this: now that there is a full desktop DAW available on iOS, developed by Apple themselves, this opens the door for VST developers to rethink their relationship with iOS development. Expect to see more and more popular desktop VSTs ported over to AuV3. FabFilter has been doing this for years, porting all of their popular plug-ins 1:1, and for a fraction of the price. A bundle of all 9 FabFilter plugins on iOS cost $150. The equivalent on desktop is $800. FabFilter Twin 3 being ported a few months ago pretty much refutes the idea that iPads can’t handle desktop synths like Serum and Diva.
For those who have invested in iOS music production and AuV3 software: this is what this community has been longing for for years. A full desktop class DAW with no compromises fully optimized for the iPad. It’s here. It’s great. There’s no excuse, if you have a capable device, download Logic Pro for iPad.
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2023.05.24 11:51 ItzAhkiraa 2023 has been rough for me in terms of love life

I know the flaitag says no advice wanted but the truth is I'm slightly afraid of receiving harsh criticism. People always throw and give platitudes to me such as:
Love yourself muna Don't look for it, it'll come Try lang nang try Etc.
I agree that those statements have their merits but it gets tiresome to hear the same stuff over and over again.
Lately I've been hitting the gym and I've noticed my stomach has gotten smaller just a tad bit and with time and discipline I know I'll be able to achieve my fitness goals. I'm not obese, just a tad bit overweight but I do compensate for it with my height (5'9, not that tall but not that short too, I'm guessing). I've been using better body washes, deodorants, perfumes, hair pomade, moisturizer, etc. I try my best to dress nicely using the style I really like (layering mostly, basta yung may t-shirt and may jackelong sleeves na naka roll up yung sleeves). I try to be confident while I'm outside, I try my best to smile more so ayun. I'm alright when it comes to social skills, I can carry a conversation (been doing that since Gr8, and my back is killing me na). I'm not saying I standout or a knockout when it comes to the ladies, I'm average (either slightly below or above, idk?) yet I can't seem to get the chance to date a girl, and even if the girl agrees to go out with me, I usually never hear from the girl ever again.
I'm trying my best to love myself, I got hobbies I enjoy such as: Reading, Writing stories/poems, Singing (not professionally but I'm pretty decent), I can draw but I'm sure I'm only an amateur, I like gaming, I enjoy movies and anime, so I guess I'm fine in the hobbies department. I mentioned earlier that I'm taking much better care of myself, I even do a caloric deficit and intermittent fasting on top of it, I hope that counts as loving myself more. I got friends naman, they all think I'm an interesting person, when it comes to humor I think I'm alright, I make others laugh 80% of the time (I'm just giving a rough estimate because sometimes my jokes flop/miss but most times they land)
When it comes to "Dont look for it, it'll come" and "Try lang nang try", which should I do ba talaga? It's fkin confusing eh, like how does one not look whilst try again?
This year, rather the month of April and May has been tough on me when it comes to my love life, here's the checklist of what happened to me:
Rejected - 1 Ghosted - 3 Used and lied to - 1 Blocked - 1 (the girl chatted me up in messenger but then received a reply "bf nya to" then got blocked)
And that's separate from the overall number of times I've tried, at the age of 19 I've failed 9 times na (that doesn't include my ventures on the internet). Nabusted ako ng taga ibang bansa, ginamit para sa research paper, ghinost, friendzone, etc.
And lately I've approached 3 girls outside (cold approach tawag ata? Idk pero I did try to connect and make conversation with them tho)
1 gave me her name pero sabi friends lang daw but told me she'd hit me up if she ever changed her mind (idk if this is good or bad, its confusing)
2 flat out turner me down, I understand that tho shempre it still hurts and is hard not to take it personally, one told me she wasn't interested (alright understandable at the very least), the other said "wala pa siya sa ganyang bagay mentally" (not verbatim but I think that just probably means she's ready to be in an rs just not WITH me, again just a hunch but obviously we don't know what she really meant by it kasi usually may subtext yung mga ganyan)
I'm afraid to accept the reality na baka mag-isa lang talaga ako in the future, that I'll never experience what romance feels like. I'm scared, angry, jealous, sad, tired. All I want is to be loved (love that is separate from what I get from my family and friends). It hurts me when I see couples, I'm happy for them naman but shempre a part of me wishes na sana ako rin makaranas ng ganun.
Plus may new song that describes my love life to a T, FIFTY FIFTY - Cupid 💀. Haysss I trust am a hopeless romantic, what's even worse is may skin disease ako that would make me look odd or even worse, ugly or something. Basta starts with letter V, enough about that baka kasi mahalata sino ako. I've got friends who lurk here and baka maexpose ako.
Yun lang naman
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2023.05.23 17:31 wokuspokus69 Looking for DAWs that let you enter notes as pattern regions and midi regions.

Pretty much every DAW out there lets you enter midi notes on a piano roll, but as far as I know only logic pro x lets you enter notes as "pattern regions," where they are fully snapped to a grid with uniform velocity and time and so on.
What other DAWs let you enter notes this way?
Thanks for help!
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2023.05.23 16:57 Danimals_as_Leaders WTS/T: Strymon Big Sky, Suhr Jackrabbit, EHX Slapback and more!

Try your trades! Interested in adding cash for stuff on the want list.
Other Stuff:
WTTF (General order of preference)
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2023.05.23 16:56 Danimals_as_Leaders WTT/S: Strymon Big Sky, Suhr Jackrabbit, EHX Slapback and more!

Try your trades! Interested in adding cash for stuff on the want list.
Other Stuff:
WTTF (General order of preference)
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2023.05.23 05:18 Fit-Ad-1920 Use with DAW

Anyone here use the play as a midi controller with their daw? I'm hoping to use it to sequence my drums and maybe some virtual synth as well. Wondering what workflows people have found, I use reaper but I figure the experience is transferable to other daws as well.
Really hoping the new piano roll in the 1.4 update will help in this space also
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2023.05.23 00:43 LavenderHaze0314 Gusto ko ng bumitaw!!

Pagod na pagod na ako. Live in kami ng partner ko, we’re a blended family, so i have a child sa last relationship ko and may anak din sya and we all live together. Last year, my partner cheated on me, i forgave him kasi i didnt want to give up on our family and i know that saying goodbye to him also meant saying goodbye to his kid who is now my child too. Pero yung problema is that di lang yung cheating yung issue namin, he’s rude, he’s aggresive, sobrang insensitive, sobrang walang pake. Hes been having financial problems for more than a year now so ako sumusupport ng family, we live a good life (thanks to me), all he does is wake up at 6pm, play computer till 7am then sleep ulit until 6. I work, i take care of the kids, i take care of him, and im tired. Okay lang sana if mabait din sya saken but nooooo, he’s the meanest person, sa totoo lang butas ngayon door ng bedroom, ng banyo and ng gameroom kasi he becomes aggresive, throws things around and punches walls everytime he’s mad. He calls me names, he insults me, im 5’7 and im a size small but he still calls me fat everyday and iniinsulto ako everytime he sees me eating na ang taba ko na daw, wala ba daw ako pake sa katawan ko, ive lost so much weight these past months..
Every sunday, i insist on a family day where we all go out and spend time together, every sunday naman alam mo yung feeling na parang napipilitan pa sya to be there.
Tiniis ko kasi mahal ko sya and yung anak nya. But now, even the child who is only 12, is also mean to me. Like nung isang araw, nagpabili sya fries and burger, i asked if jollibee or mcdo then she insulted me kasi bat di ko daw alam gusto nya, di ko ba daw nareremember everytime she asks me to buy.. Then when we were going out, she asked if ano pwde gawin sa hair nya, sabi ko istraighten nalang namin or pwde iponytail ko nalang or braid, then parang ang sama ng tingin nya saken and said yun ba lang daw alam ko tapos kept saying “bruh” while rolling her eyes and left, then i went shopping and she said she wanted new shirts but she had school so i shopped for her and bought her more than 10 shirts, all branded pa, and she just looked at them and said na ang panget daw bat ganon daw pinili ko, so syempre naiyak nalang ako, mind you, ganon din kasi magsalit daddy nya saken. those are just examples but ganon sila saken everyday.
They treat me like kasambahay nila when in fact, ako bumubuhay sa kanila. I spoil them, i buy them everything they want and need, right now sa bahay we have 2 yayas for both kids, 1 househelp, 1 driver, na ako nagpapasahod to make my partner and his kid’s life easier tapos ewan, sobrang mean talaga nila saken, naiiyak nalang ako. I want to leave, ewan bat di ko kaya, everytime na nafifeel ng partner ko na nawawalan ako ng gana, nagiging super sweet sya saken, like kagabi, sobrang sweet nya so ngayon parang hirap na naman ako umalis. :(
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2023.05.22 21:46 Cocoamix86 VERSION 1.0 of the Thumper Level Editor publicly available!

VERSION 1.0 of the Thumper Level Editor publicly available!
I've been hard at work, and finally, I have VERSION 1.0 of the Thumper Level Editor publicly available!
This has been a long time coming, with the project starting in early 2021. Over the years, I've slowly added more and more content as we discovered how the game works, and as I also pushed and developed my own coding skills. What started as a bare-bones text editor has now evolved into a full fledged professional editing application, almost akin to a DAW!
the full UI of the program
Thank you to everyone in the community for their patience as I rolled out updates, and for providing feedback and suggestions along the way.

Here's a sample of what has been made using the Editor: https://youtu.be/0QH_EHd81YA
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2023.05.22 04:24 astral-emperor What software do you use for composing with Soundfonts?

I know MuseScore uses Soundfonts, but is more for for notation and doesn’t have a piano roll. I also know there are DAWs with built in Soundfont players, but the complexity of DAWs seems to clash with the relative simplicity of Soundfonts, which makes me wonder what people actually do use.
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2023.05.22 04:21 reach_vessel Top Behringer deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2023

Top Behringer deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2023
If you are looking for the best Behringer deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2023 let's start with the list.
1))) Behringer X32 Digital Mixer
2))) Behringer U-Phoria UMC202HD
3))) Behringer U-Phoria UMC22 USB Audio Interface
4))) Behringer SD16 16-Channel Stage Box
5))) Behringer U-Phoria UMC404HD
6))) Behringer BIGFOOT All-In-One USB Studio Condenser Microphone
7))) Behringer Model D Analog Synthesizer
8))) Behringer Xenyx X1222USB Mixer with USB and Effects
9))) Behringer TD-3-SR Analog Bass Line Synthesizer
10))) Behringer TD-3-AM Analog Bass Line Synthesizer

1))) Behringer X32 Digital Mixer
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  • 25-total-bus Digital Mixer with 32 Gain-Programmable Mic Preamps
  • 25 Motized Faders
  • Virtual FX Rack
  • 7" Col TFT
  • 40-input
2))) Behringer U-Phoria UMC202HD

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  • 2x2 USB 2.0 audio interface for recording microphones and instruments
  • Audiophile 24-Bit/192 kHz resolution for professional audio quality
  • Compatible with popular recording software including Avid Pro Tools*, Ableton Live*, Steinberg Cubase*, etc.
3))) Behringer U-Phoria UMC22 USB Audio Interface
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Audiophile 2x2 USB Audio Interface with MIDAS mic preamplifier. Tracktion is one of the world’s fastest and easiest Digital Audio Workstations (DAW) for composing, recording, editing, mixing and sharing your music with the world. Featuring a single-screen interface, and pushing the envelope in design elegance, Tracktion brings together outstanding Pro DAW features, such as dynamic automation, unlimited track count, MIDI recording and support for VST and AU plug-ins. This powerful music production software gives you all the tools of an entire professional-grade recording studio. Learning a DAW has never been easier, thanks to their vast and readily available library of resources.
4))) Behringer SD16 16-Channel Stage Box

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  • 16 Midas-designed, fully programmable mic preamps for audiophile sound quality
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5))) Behringer U-Phoria UMC404HD

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  • 4x4 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface for recording microphones and instruments
  • Audiophile 24-Bit/192 kHz resolution for professional audio quality
  • Compatible with popular recording software including Avid Pro Tools*, Ableton Live*, Steinberg Cubase*, etc.

6))) Behringer BIGFOOT All-In-One USB Studio Condenser Microphone

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  • Versatile multi-capsule condenser microphone with built-in USB interface, ideal for vocals, podcasters, field recordings, home studio sessions, conference calls and more
  • Plug this amazing USB mic straight into your computer and turn your PC or Mac* computer into a recording system without the need for any other hardware
  • Exceptional frequency response and ultra-high sound resolution perfect for voice, acoustic instruments, etc.
  • Selectable pickup patterns for outstanding flexibility - stereo, cardioid, omnidirectional and bidirectional
7))) Behringer Model D Analog Synthesizer

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  • Eurack-sized Analog Monosynth Module with 3 Oscillats
  • A-440 Tuning Reference
  • Filter Amp Envelopes
  • Lowpass/Highpass VCF
  • MIDI In/Thru
8))) Behringer Xenyx X1222USB Mixer with USB and Effects

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BEHRINGER XENYX X1222USB Premium 16-Input 2/2-Bus Mixer with XENYX Mic Preamps Compressors, British EQs, 24-Bit Multi-FX Processor and USB/Audio Interface Premium ultra-low noise, high headroom analog mixer 4 state-of-the-art, phantom-powered XENYX Mic Preamps comparable to stand-alone boutique preamps 4 studio-grade compressors with super-easy "one-knob" functionality and control LED for professional vocal and instrumental sound Neo-classic "British" 3-band EQs for warm and musical sound New studio-grade FX processor with 16 editable presets including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter, multi-effects, Tap function and storable user parameter settings Built-in stereo USB/Audio Interface to connect directly to your computer. Free audio recording, editing and podcasting software plus 150 instrument/effect plug-ins and ultra-low latency driver downloadable at .behringer 7-band stereo graphic EQ allows precise frequency correction of monitor or main mixes Revolutionary FBQ Feedback Detection System instantly reveals critical frequencies Breathtaking XPQ 3D stereo surround effect for more vitality and enhanced stereo image Voice Canceller function for easy-to-use sing-along applications 4 fully equipped stereo input channels featuring 2 additional mic inputs on channels 5/6 and 7/8, 3-band EQ and input trim control Channel inserts on each mono channel for flexible connection of outboard equipment 2 aux sends per channel: 1 pre fader for monitoring, 1 post fader (for internal FX and/or as external send); 2 multi-functional stereo aux returns Balanced main mix outputs with gold-plated XLR connectors, headphone/control room output and stereo rec outputs Long-wearing 60-mm logarithmic-taper faders and sealed rotary controls "Planet Earth" switching power supply for maximum flexibility (100 - 240 V), noise-free audio, superior transient response plus low power consumption for energy saving Rack mount brackets included for ultimate flexibility High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany The X1222USB is a step up from the X1204USB with six mono mic inputs. These two additional channels can also be used for stereo line-level devices, such as keyboards or sound modules. The X1222USB also comes equipped with channel Inserts for inputs 1-4, a stereo 7-band graphic EQ, which can be assigned to the main or monitor buses, and our proprietary FBQ Feedback Detection System. Other features include full-sized faders for MON and FX SENDs, our XPQ 3D stereo surround effect (creates a broader, enhanced stereo image), and a handy Voice Canceller function for removing vocals from pre-recorded tapes and CDs for "instant-karaoke" applications. XENYX USB Series mixers are designed to handle your live gigs, and they provide the state-of-the-art tools you need to make stunning, professional-quality recordings. Along with their built-in USB/audio interfaces, XENYX USB mixers come with all the recording and editing software you'll need to turn your computer system into a complete, high-performance home recording studio. Sonically Superior Mic Preamps All XENYX mixers have one thing in common - great-sounding, high headroom XENYX mic preamps. These state-of-the-art mic pres represent a major step in the evolution of audio technology - and they can easily hold their own, even when compared to the most expensive stand-alone mic preamps. XENYX preamps offer a staggering 130 dB of dynamic range, with a bandwidth that extends from below 10 Hz to well above 200 kHz. Armed with these outstanding mic preamps, XENYX mixers provide such transparent, crystal-clear performance you just might think someone upgraded your mics while you weren't looking. Sublimely Musical British EQ The British consoles of the 1960s and '70s changed the sound of rock and roll - without them the British Invasion might not have happened. Those legendary mixing desks soon became the envy of engineers and producers all over the world. The channel EQ on our XENYX mixers is based on that very same circuitry, allowing you to imbue signals with incredible warmth and detailed musical character. Even when applied generously, these equalizers exhibit sweet forgiveness and superb audio quality. One-Knob Compression Ask professional sound engineers what their favorite piece of external processing gear is and the majority response will be virtually unanimous - dynamic compression. What is compression? We're glad you asked. Compression essentially limits the dynamic range of a signal, lowering the level of loud sounds and turning up softer sounds, to achieve sonic balance. But applying compression is a delicate art that many novice, and even intermediate, sound techs have great difficulty mastering. Our "one-knob" compression is available on all mono channels and is easy to operate, even for entry-level users. With this one knob, you can easily dial in the perfect amount of compression for instruments and vocals, creating powerful mixes with punch and clarity. This is indeed a rare feature for products in this class - but standard on all XENYX USB mixers. Effective FX All XENYX USB Series mixers (except the 1204USB) feature our new 24-bit dual engine FX processor, with 16 editable, studio-grade presets including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter and multi-effects. Complete with a highly accurate input meter, these effects can be altered to your personal taste via the Parameter control. Time-based functions can be entered manually by pressing the Tap button in tempo with the music. Recording Bliss There was a time when the recording process called for lots and lots of expensive gear, which meant the average musician had to buy time at a recording studio - and that time was pricey indeed. But modern technology has put personal recording well within the reach of virtually anyone with access to a computer. How do you get all that music flying around your brain into your computer? That's where XENYX USB mixers come in. Thanks to the built-in, bi-directional stereo USB audio interface, you can connect any of these mixers directly to your PC or Mac computer via a single USB cable. Now any signal source you connect to the mixer can be recorded directly to your hard drive. Which brings us to software. Free Would Be Nice! Because you'll want to take full advantage of the XENYX USB Series mixers' recording and podcasting potential, we've thrown in a massive software package that includes Audacity (the most popular open source audio editor), Podifier, Juice, Podnova and Golden Ear (a great selection of podcasting software). You're ready to go live on your PC or Mac computer right out of the box! You also get more than 100 virtual instruments and 50 FX plug-ins, turning your computer into a complete home-based or mobile recording studio from input to output. Value No matter what your audio mixing needs are, BEHRINGER USB Series mixers provide the performance and features that can take your talent to the next level.
9))) Behringer TD-3-SR Analog Bass Line Synthesizer

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  • Amazing Bass Line synthesizer with true analog circuitry for bass and groove sounds
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  • Amazing 4-pole low-pass resonant filter with cut-off, resonance, envelope, decay and accent controls
  • Easy-to-use 16-step sequencer with 7 tracks, each with 250 user patterns
10))) Behringer TD-3-AM Analog Bass Line Synthesizer

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  • Amazing Bass Line synthesizer with true analog circuitry for bass and groove sounds
  • Authentic reproduction of original circuitry with matched transistors
  • Pure analog signal path based on legendary VCO, VCF, and VCA designs
  • Sawtooth and square waveform VCO with transistor wave-shaping circuitry
  • Amazing 4-pole low-pass resonant filter with cut-off, resonance, envelope, decay and accent controls
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2023.05.19 20:33 EricTboneJackson Get system time of first frame of video

I'm using this command to capture some webcam video:
ffmpeg -y -f dshow -vcodec mjpeg -video_size 1280x720 -i video="Integrated Webcam" -c copy foo.avi
I simultaneously start recording audio in a DAW. The audio recording starts instantly. The FFMPEG command takes time to spool up before it actually captures the first frame. On slower machines, this can be a half a second or more and can vary widly from one execution to another.
This means I need to manually synchronize the audio and video.
I'd like some way of getting the absolute system time of the first frame of video. This would let me programmatically sync the audio and video, or at least get close enough for rock and roll.
I found this stackoverflow post which shows how to use mkvtimestamp_v2 to generate a frame timestamp file. However, this requires using a filter to split the input stream, which means I can't use "-c copy".
This is realtime recording and the output is going to be edited anyway, so I'd really like to just dump the raw camera output to disk rather than re-encode on the fly, for both efficiency and quality reasons.
Can anyone think of another way to do this? I only need a timestamp for the first frame.
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2023.05.18 21:55 Local_Objective_1676 I treated my parents sa Mary Grace for the first time

Ang saya nung feeling na makita mo silang nakatingin sa menu ng Mary Grace naghahanap ng murang food, sabi ko wag nyong tidnan yung price ok lang. pero kita mo na nahihiya sila.
di kami mayaman, eto mejo nakaraos ako nagwowork aborad. umuwi ako samin tas me bagong bukas na Mary grace. natikman ko yung cheese roll nila dati kaya alam ko na super masarap dun.
so tinawag ko sila, tara lunch dun. ayun kaya ako nalang nagorder para sakanila, hahaha order ko yung ensaymada na me banana chocolate as appetizer, tas yung tapsilog tas me cake as dessert. tapos me mango shake pa.
sarap nung feeling na sarap na sarap sila kahit busog na agad sila sa appetizer hahha.
sabi nung tatay ko, kung ako nagwowork sa pinas na minimun sahod. never daw ako makakkain dun kasi mahal.
ayun share ko lang. etong memory na to irreplacable. makita mo silang masaya super saya
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2023.05.18 06:58 TheCurserHasntMoved The Travels of a Galactic Cowboy, Part One: The Star Council, Chapter One: Woat

A Human man wearing blue jeans, leather pointed toe boots, a red and white plaid flannel shirt, and a black cowboy hat with silver studs in its velvet hat band took in the sea air of the alien planet with the relish known only to those who know for certain that he is among the first to make the venture. He'd heard from his Navy buddies that the xenos liked beards, so he'd let his wiry black offerings grow into a tangled crop attached to his chin, and harbored a secret delight in how his wife of two years couldn't kiss him without giggling anymore. Indeed, as he surveyed the bustling mass comprised mainly of four foot tall otter people through the viewport of the shuttle, the call to adventure tugged at Skeeter Huckleberry's very soul.
"Y'all ready?" Skeeter asked in a hushed whisper.
His dedicated cameraman and best friend since they were both in the service, Ivan Laika wrinkled his muzzle and made no effort to stop his wagging tail, "You know they'll treat you like a lost puppy, yes?"
"Ain't he just?" Skeeter's wife, Suzie asked as she playfully hip-bumped her husband, "Cute as a button, he is."
"Naw, you got the cute department covered," the cowboy said as he gave the blonde woman wearing a pink cowgirl hat, decoratively stitched boots, and a floral sundress an affectionate kiss on her cheek.
"Stop that, it tickles ya jerk!"
Ivan rolled his eyes and checked his gear muttering, "Go on trip with us they say, it will be having fun they say..."
One planetary excursion later, and the trio was barricaded in the hotel room and getting ready to film the informational portion of the video to the dulcet tones of the natives chanting, "Kiss her again! Kiss her again! Kiss her again!:"
Ivan gave the couple a silent countdown and a thumbs up to let them know the recording was live. "Howdy Y'all and welcome to Space Cowboy," Skeeter started out. "Today we're startin' our series on the cradle worlds of Over There. I'm your favorite Space Cowboy, Skeeter."
"And I'm his prettier half, Suzie."
"And this is Ramblin' Stars with Skeeter n' Suzie!"
"You are both being mega-dorks," Ivan interjected from behind the camera.
"Oh, hush you," Suzie chided playfully before continuing, "Lesson one Over there is actually a buncha little bitty star countries."
"Yup," Skeeter picked up without missing a beat, "and this one is called the Star Council, they have some kinda weird democracy or somethin', but that's beside the point. The point is that the otter people live here, and we're on their cradle world, Woat."
"Be making sure you are turning off translations for proper nouns. Things will becoming confused if you do not," Ivan advised in his characteristic deadpan.
Suzie giggled and added, "That's 'cause Woat means Water Home, or sometimes just water."
"But first things first, do the Lutrae like Humans?"
All three of them paused to give Suzie a clear section in the timeline to edit in the footage of various Lutrae calling the couple, "Just the cutest thing," or "The most adorable couple," or "Daw, aren't you just the most lovely lovers," or variations on the theme.
"They are not liking Doggos," Ivan said, and again there was a pause for Suzie to edit in a clip of various tiny otter peoples' startled jumping in at Ivan's canine visage.
"So here's the deal, these adorable water noodles think Humans are the adorable ones, but Ivan is scary, and don't take it from me," Skeeter said jovially.
Then, they paused once again so that Suzie could edit in a clip of a Lutrae child pointing at Ivan and saying, "Scary!"
"Anyway," Suzie interjected, "we had tons of fun, but let's cut to what we got up to on Woat."
"That is good take. I am thinking we do not need another. If I am getting a sampling of the chants I can be filtering it out," Ivan said after he stopped the camera's recording.
"You know you don't need tah play up the whole Slavic thing, yeah?" Suzie said accusingly
Ivan's tail wagged involuntarily, and he said placatingly, "The audience likes it."
"We're off camera," Skeeter helpfully pointed out.
"Yes, but I was still... in the mind of the..."
"Yes. Thank you."
Suzie's expression and voice softened as she said, "Everyone has an implant, you know..."
"No. You are my friends, and I live in your world. I will learn Texian."
"Well, right now we live in the Bleivus world. Maybe we need to learn humming and clicking in the middle of words," Skeeter scoffed as he gave his friend a light shove. "Dinner first, then we record the voiceovers."
"We have the toxin scanner, yes?"
A look of sudden panic passed over the faces of the human couple as they both began to pat down their pockets in a desperate search for the vital device, but it was Skeeter who looked relieved as he said, "I got it," as he held it up.
One dinner only mildly interrupted by locals asking for selfies later, and Suzie was editing together a montage of their day's adventures. She started with the most important thing, food. There was a wide variety of seafood available to Humans, mostly centered around fish and shellfish, but they did find a restaurant selling exclusively fruit salads. She made sure to include a clip of an enthusiastic Lutrea grandmother excitedly explaining the popularity of breaded and fried fish products. "Teafolk 'll like this un," she muttered to nobody in particular.
Meanwhile Skeeter recorded lines describing the experience, "So food here isn't any kinda trouble at all. Folks eat tons of fish, and not much else, but there are some tasty fruits about. We met this awesome fish-fry lady, and that stuff was gooood stuff. Could do with some hot sauce, in this Texan's humble opinion, but that stuffs a controlled substance. These folk can't handle much in the way in caffeine or alcohol either, so bring your own and declare it on entry. They'll give you this handy pamflit on how if you don't dispose of your waste properly you might kill somebody and go to xenos jail forever."
"That's good, Skeeter..." Ivan said after the third take, "Maybe one more. You know how she can get."
Next, Suzie put together a compilation of shots showcasing the Lutrae cityscape, its canals, its water filled transport tubes, and its crisscrossing gravcar traffic amongst the sweeping towers. Then she cut together some shots of a small village in the countryside with small seaside cottages and only some canals with grassy banks rather than steelcrete construction. She smiled to herself as she watched a short clip of her husband playing in the water with a group of Lutrae children.
"The cities are a bit tricky to get about if you aren't the swimming type, so maybe pack a rebreather and some fins. Honestly them water tubes look fun as hell, but you know, the missus kinda frowns on me risking death on a whim and stuff. The villages are a bit more manageable, and a lot of them are right on the beach! I get that most of our planets have beaches, but lookit the water sausages! They're so fun! There's a lot more to do, it's a planet after all, but we were only here for a day, and Suzie said no to spending all of it on a fishing charter. Unfair if you ask me."
Ivan sighed and said, "Is water sausage rude? Should we really be giving the xenos cutesy nicknames?"
"The Bleivuses like theirs."
"They like The Report. It's about honor to them."
"It'll be fine."
"I think maybe we do another take. Just in case..."
A few more takes later, and Ivan and Skeeter were finished with their part of the effort, leaving Suzie to just put the final polish on the video. "I think folk are gonna love our new neighbors," Suzie said as Skeeter leaned down to kiss her cheek; "They didn't even try tah' kill us when we first met. That makes 'em the best neighbors the Republic has."
"What about Pacificia?"
"They don't count, we look after them like they're our kids."
"Speaking of kids..."
And Ivan made himself scarce, and in the process startled many innocent Lutrae.
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2023.05.18 04:17 PlaceboKarma Help a brother out.

Hello! I'm a total beginner at LMMS and daws. In general i only play the guitar, so when i'm working in the piano roll in LMMS, I have a poor feeling for the diatonic notes of whatever key I want to play in. It would be so helpful if there was a function where all the diatonic keys would "get highlighted" on the piano until I get more of an intuitive feel for it. Has anyone managed to make this happen?
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  • Maginito (Mkango 90%; CoTec 10%) to increase ownership in HyProMag from 42% to 100% for £1 million (C$1.69 million) in cash and £1 million (C$1.69 million) in Mkango shares, and a further £3 million (C$5.07 million) payable in four tranches of Mkango common shares subject to production and other milestones in the UK, Germany and US
  • Cash component to be funded from the recent £1.5 million (C$2.54 million) investment by CoTec into Maginito as announced on 16 March 2023
  • Maginito to hold a 100% interest in HyProMag and 90% interest in HyProMag GmbH, post-acquisition and conversion of previously announced convertible loan, respectively
  • Targeting first production from the UK in 2023 and Germany in 2024, with parallel technology roll-out into the US
  • Major competitive advantages in rare earths magnet recycling sector, underpinned by approximately US$100m (C$135m) of research and development (“R&D”) expenditure at the University of Birmingham (“UoB”) and with associated project partners:
    • Access to highly energy efficient, patented Hydrogen Processing of Magnet Scrap (“HPMS”) technology
    • Ability to manufacture rare earth magnets with significantly reduced carbon footprint
  • Maginito and CoTec have launched the roll-out of HPMS into the US:
    • Evaluating the development of recycling, chemical processing, alloy and magnet manufacturing
    • Scoping studies and site selection underway ahead of feasibility studies
    • CoTec and Maginito to form 50/50 joint venture for US developments, with CoTec to fund feasibility study and project development costs
    • Ongoing discussions with US Government, potential customers and recycling partners
LONDON and VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 16, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mkango Resources Ltd. (AIM/TSX-V: MKA) (the “Company” or “Mkango”) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement to increase its ownership in HyProMag Limited (“HyProMag”) from 42% to 100% for a cash and share consideration (the “Transaction”). The Transaction is conditional upon the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange and approval pursuant to the UK’s National Security and Investment (NSI) Act. Approval of the latter is expected no later than the third quarter of 2023.
The consideration payable to the selling HyProMag shareholders (the “Vendors”) on completion of the Transaction will comprise £1m (C$1.69m) in cash and the issue of 9,742,031 Mkango common shares equivalent to £1m (C$1.69m) at a price equal to 10.2648 pence based on the volume weighted average price of a Mkango common share on the AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange (“AIM”) for the 10 business days ended on the date prior to the date of the share purchase agreement. In addition, up to a further £3m (C$2.54m) may be payable to the Vendors in four tranches, either in cash or in Mkango common shares (at Mkango’s option), conditional upon the achievement by HyProMag of certain production milestones in the period to 30 June 2026. The shares issued on completion will have a one-year lock up and the shares issued on milestones will have a six-month lock up.
William Dawes, CEO of Mkango, commented: “Since acquiring our initial interest in HyProMag in 2020, we have seen the company go from strength to strength, de-risking and further scaling-up the patented HPMS rare earth magnet recycling technology, building the team and developing further industry partnerships, all against the backdrop of growing interest in recycling and sustainable rare earth supply chains. We look forward to working closely with the HyProMag team as we continue to support the growth of the business.”
David Kennedy, Director of HyProMag, commented:Building on the legacy of innovation in rare earth permanent magnets and hydrogen technologies pioneered by the late Prof. Rex Harris at the University of Birmingham, we founded HyProMag in 2018 with Rex as a founding shareholder. Our aim was to accelerate the commercialisation of the HPMS process, and our collaboration with Mkango has supported the company’s growth and enabled the participation in major collaborative projects on rare earth magnet recycling. We look forward to the next phase of growth at Tyseley Energy Park, scaling up the technology and showcasing rejuvenation of Birmingham’s industrial heritage, in parallel with the international roll-out .”
Julian Treger, CEO of CoTec, commented:This transaction is a major step forward for Maginito as it seeks to move into production over the short to medium term in the United Kingdom, Germany and the United States. We look forward to supporting and working with Mkango, Maginito and the HyProMag team to roll out this innovative and highly energy efficient recycling technology, both as a Maginito shareholder and as a partner in the United States.”
Rare earth magnets play a key role in clean energy technologies including electric vehicles and wind turbine generators, and they are also a key component in electronic devices including mobile phones, hard disk drives and loudspeakers. The development of domestic sources of recycled rare earths in UK, Germany, United States and other jurisdictions via HPMS is a significant opportunity to fast-track the development of sustainable and competitive recycled rare earth magnet production.
Mkango CEO, William Dawes, together with CoTec President and CEO, Julian Treger, will be hosting a webinar tomorrow, Wednesday 17 May 2023, at 16:00 pm BST (8 AM PT) to discuss the acquisition of HyProMag as well as an update on the collaboration between Mkango Resources and CoTec. To register for the event, please follow the link https://my.6ix.com/yI6r87uh
Maginito is focused on developing green technology opportunities in the rare earths supply chain, encompassing neodymium (NdFeB) magnet recycling as well as innovative rare earth alloy, magnet, and separation technologies.
Following the Transaction, Maginito will hold a 100% interest in HyProMag Limited focused on short loop rare earth magnet recycling in the UK, a 90% direct and indirect interest (assuming conversion of Maginito’s recently announced convertible loan) in HyProMag GmbH, a company focused on short loop rare earth magnet recycling in Germany, and a 100% interest in Mkango Rare Earths UK Ltd (“Mkango UK”), a company focused on long loop rare earth magnet recycling in the UK via a chemical route. A new US subsidiary, to be jointly owned by Maginito and CoTec, is expected to be formed to develop rare earth recycling opportunities in the United States.
In March 2023, CoTec invested £1.5 million (C$2.54 million) into Maginito, and Maginito and CoTec agreed to collaborate on the commercialisation of downstream rare earth technologies in the United States. Mkango UK was at the same time transferred to become a subsidiary of Maginito. In connection with CoTec’s investment, John Singleton, Chief Operating Officer of CoTec, was appointed to the Board of Maginito.
HyProMag was founded in 2018 by the late Professor Emeritus Rex Harris, former Head of The Magnetic Materials Group (“MMG”) within the School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham, Professor Allan Walton, current Head of the MMG, and two Honorary Fellows, Dr John Speight and Mr David Kennedy, leading world experts in the field of rare earth magnetic materials, alloys and hydrogen technology, with significant industry experience. The HPMS process for extracting and demagnetising NdFeB alloy powders from magnets embedded in scrap and redundant equipment was originally developed within the MMG and subsequently licenced to HyProMag. The MMG has been active in the field of rare earth alloys and processing of permanent magnets using hydrogen for over 40 years. Originated by Professor Emeritus Rex Harris, the hydrogen decrepitation method, which is used to reduce NdFeB alloys to a powder, is now ubiquitously employed in worldwide magnet processing.
Under the terms of the Transaction, the founding Directors and management of HyProMag will continue to provide support and work closely with Mkango and Maginito to further scale-up and roll-out the HPMS technology.
HyProMag is establishing short loop recycling facilities for NdFeB magnets at Tyseley Energy Park in Birmingham, UK and other locations using the patented HPMS process to provide a sustainable solution for the supply of NdFeB magnets and alloys for a wide range of markets including, for example, automotive and electronics. Short loop magnet recycling is expected to have a significant environmental benefit, requiring an estimated 88% less energy versus primary mining to separation to metal alloy to magnet production. The plant at Tyseley Energy Park is being developed together with the UoB, with a minimum capacity of 100tpa NdFeB (neodymium, iron, boron). This £4.3 million (C$7.27 million) project is being funded by Driving the Electric Revolution, an Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund challenge delivered by UK Research and Innovation (“UKRI”). HyProMag is the primary industrial user and operator of the plant. First production is targeted for late 2023, which follows successful piloting at the UoB in 2022 as featured on BBC Midlands News: https://youtu.be/9P-dsNCffWw .
HyProMag’s loss for the year ended 31 December 2022 was £151,411 (C$155,855) as a result of R&D expenditures on its recycling projects.
HyProMag GmbH
In November 2021, HyProMag established an 80%-owned subsidiary in Germany, HyProMag GmbH, to roll out commercialisation of HPMS technology into Germany and Europe. HyProMag GmbH is 20% owned (10% following conversion of the HyProMag GmbH convertible loan) by Professor Carlo Burkhardt of Pforzheim University, co-ordinator of the €14m (C$20.58m) SusMagPro ( www.susmagpro.eu ) and €13m (C$19.11m) REEsilience ( www.reesilience.eu ) EU funded recycling projects, with approximately 40 partners across the European supply chain.
HyProMag GmbH is developing a similar sized plant to that at Tyseley Energy Park. Initial capacity is expected to be a minimum of 100tpa NdFeB, comprising recycled rare earth sintered magnets and alloys and will be the first in Germany using the patented HPMS process, with first production targeted for 2024. Maginito has entered into a convertible loan agreement (the “HyProMag GmbH Convertible Loan”) with HyProMag GmbH. Under the terms of the HyProMag GmbH Convertible Loan, Maginito has granted HyProMag GmbH a loan facility for €2.5 million (C$3.68 million) available to be drawn down in accordance with an agreed investment plan and convertible into a 50% equity interest in HyProMag GmbH.
This investment by Maginito will contribute to the matched funding requirements to unlock the €3.7 million (C$5.44 million) grants announced by Mkango on November 23, 2022, for development of the production facility in Baden-Württemberg State.
Mkango UK
Mkango UK is establishing a pilot plant at Tyseley Energy Park (the “Mkango UK Pilot Plant”) to chemically process recycled HPMS NdFeB powder and magnet swarf (i.e. the powder produced from grinding and finishing magnets) from a range of scrap sources including electronic waste, electric motors and wind turbines, complementing the short loop magnet recycling routes being developed in parallel by HyProMag. The £1.1 million (C$1.86 million) pilot plant programme is being developed as part of the SCREAM Project ( https://scream-uk.com/ ), for which 70% of the costs are being funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) as part of the Driving the Electric Revolution challenge.
A bou t M k an go
Mkango's corporate strategy is to develop new sustainable primary and secondary sources of neodymium, praseodymium, dysprosium and terbium to supply accelerating demand from electric vehicles, wind turbines and other clean technologies. This integrated Mine, Refine, Recycle strategy differentiates Mkango from its peers, uniquely positioning the Company in the rare earths sector. Mkango is listed on the AIM and the TSX-V.
Mkango is developing its flagship Songwe Hill rare earths project (“Songwe”) in Malawi with a Definitive Feasibility Study completed in July 2022 and an Environmental, Social and Health Impact Assessment approved by the Government of Malawi in January 2023. Malawi is known as "The Warm Heart of Africa", a stable democracy with existing road, rail and power infrastructure, and new infrastructure developments underway.
In parallel, Mkango and Grupa Azoty PULAWY, Poland's leading chemical company and the second largest manufacturer of nitrogen and compound fertilizers in the European Union, have agreed to work together towards development of a rare earth Separation Plant at Pulawy in Poland (the “Pulawy Separation Plant”). The Pulawy Separation Plant will process the purified mixed rare earth carbonate produced at Songwe Hill.
Through its ownership of Maginito ( www.maginito.com ), Mkango is also developing green technology opportunities in the rare earths supply chain, encompassing neodymium (NdFeB) magnet recycling as well as innovative rare earth alloy, magnet, and separation technologies.
Mkango also has an extensive exploration portfolio in Malawi, including the Mchinji rutile exploration project, the Thambani uranium-tantalum-niobium-zircon project and Chimimbe nickel-cobalt project.
For more information, please visit www.mkango.ca
About CoTec Holdings Corp.
CoTec is a publicly traded investment issuer listed on the TSX-V under the ticker CTH, and the OTCQB under the ticker CTHCF. The company is an ESG-focused company investing in innovative technologies that have the potential to fundamentally change the way metals and minerals can be extracted and processed for the purpose of applying those technologies to undervalued operating assets and recycling opportunities, in rare earths, low carbon iron ore (green steel) and copper as the company seeks to transition into a mid-tier mineral resource producer. CoTec is committed to supporting the transition to a lower carbon future for the extraction industry, a sector on the cusp of a green revolution as it embraces technology and innovation.
For more information, please visit www.cotec.ca
Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) Disclosure
The information contained within this announcement is deemed by the Company to constitute inside information as stipulated under the Market Abuse Regulations (EU) No. 596/2014 ('MAR') which has been incorporated into UK law by the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018. Upon the publication of this announcement via Regulatory Information Service, this inside information is now considered to be in the public domain.
Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements
This news release contains forward-looking statements (within the meaning of that term under applicable securities laws) with respect to Mkango and CoTec. Generally, forward looking statements can be identified by the use of words such as “plans”, “expects” or “is expected to”, “scheduled”, “estimates” “intends”, “anticipates”, “believes”, or variations of such words and phrases, or statements that certain actions, events or results “can”, “may”, “could”, “would”, “should”, “might” or “will”, occur or be achieved, or the negative connotations thereof. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, as there can be no assurance that the plans, intentions or expectations upon which they are based will occur. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve numerous assumptions, known and unknown risks and uncertainties, both general and specific, that contribute to the possibility that the predictions, forecasts, projections and other forward-looking statements will not occur, which may cause actual performance and results in future periods to differ materially from any estimates or projections of future performance or results expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Such factors and risks include, without limiting the foregoing, the availability of (or delays in obtaining) financing to develop Songwe Hill, the Tyseley Recycling Plant, the HyProMag GmbH Recycling Plant, the Mkango UK Pilot Plant, the Pulawy Separation Plant, governmental action and other market effects on global demand and pricing for the metals and associated downstream products for which Mkango is exploring, researching and developing, geological, technical and regulatory matters relating to the development of Songwe Hill, the ability to scale the HPMS and chemical recycling technologies to commercial scale, competitors having greater financial capability and effective competing technologies in the recycling and separation business of Maginito and Mkango, availability of scrap supplies for Maginito’s recycling activities, government regulation (including the impact of environmental and other regulations) on and the economics in relation to recycling and the development of the Tyseley Recycling Plant, the HyProMag GmbH Recycling Plant, the Mkango UK Pilot Plant, the Pulawy Separation Plant and future investments in the United States pursuant to the proposed cooperation agreement between Maginito and CoTec, the outcome and timing of the completion of the feasibility studies, cost overruns, complexities in building and operating the plants, and the positive results of feasibility studies on the various proposed aspects of Mkango’s, Maginito’s and CoTec’s activities. The forward-looking statements contained in this news release are made as of the date of this news release. Except as required by law, the Company and CoTec disclaim any intention and assume no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by applicable law. Additionally, the Company and CoTec undertake no obligation to comment on the expectations of, or statements made by, third parties in respect of the matters discussed above.
For further information on Mkango, please contact:
Mkango Resources Limited
SP Angel Corporate Finance LLP
Nominated Adviser and Joint Broker
Jeff Keating, Kasia Brzozowska
UK: +44 20 3470 0470
Alternative Resource Capital
Joint Broker
Alex Wood, Keith Dowsing
UK: +44 20 7186 9004/5
Bacchus Capital Advisers
Financial Adviser
Richard Allan
UK: +44 203 848 1642
UK: +44 7857 857 287
[[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Tavistock Communications
PIR Adviser
Jos Simson, Cath Drummond
UK: +44 (0) 20 7920 3150
[[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
For further information on CoTec, please contract:
CoTec Holdings Corp.
Braam Jonker
Chief Financial Officer
[[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Canada: +1 604 992-5600
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