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Fresh update on "jesse jesse" discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"By the way he is on the Advisory Committee Paul up and there's going to be involved in approving this back seen whether it's emergency use or however is delivered to us this Guy Paul Up. It is going to be one of the deciding to let me let you know Paul. We're watching you I will hold you personally responsible if you release the backseat causes transverse is. In anybody at the you know there's already potentially to cases in this one trial and remember that one trial had as we pointed out earlier, all the monkeys got sick after the backseat why this trial every been moved out of the monkey studies is absolutely shocking to go on and finding now injured people and looking to get more injured is incredible. Let me get back to this point. Dr Paul off a professor. At the University of Pennsylvania and a member of the FDA's advisory committee on back scene said that it's unclear how the company or the UK government determined that the second case was not related to the backseat. How about the first Paul I I was the first case. How is it clear that that was not caused by the vaccine I'd like to know that too he and other experts noted that transverse elitest is rare diagnosed in only about one in two, hundred, thirty, six, thousand Americans a year. The trial in Britain involved only about eight thousand volunteers as spokes. For the Oxford researchers said last month eight thousand. That and I and I. My understanding is there's zero group in there and I'm GonNa assume that then half of that group is getting the vaccine. So are we saying that we're at one in four thousand or it's two cases of transfer smile is one in two thousand compared to one in two, hundred and Was it sixty, thousand and thirty thousand This is incredible folks and it's really amazing. I was asking questions about MS and now we're finding out no that case they believed to be transferred. To Really really shocking. But here's the last line. The vaccine being developed by Astra Zeneca which pointed partnership with university scientists use the virus meant to carry corona by genes into human cells and trigger an immune response that will protect people from the corona virus this. So called vector is a modified form of an adenoviruses causes common colds in chimpanzees, but it's considered safe for people several other companies including. Johnson and Johnson and Ken Sinoe are. Pursuing similar adenovirus based approaches although there are multiple types of adenoviruses and specific ingredients dipper from vaccine toback seen essentially very quickly. They take this adenoviruses that really only affects chimpanzees supposedly they use that like a little spaceship, they put a gene spent to sort of make your cells, mutate themselves to fight the coronavirus and they send that little. You know gene hiding inside that antibiotic Adenovirus into your body through the vaccine. While we were researching this. We found a very interesting interview with Dr. Paul. Off At who is on this Advisory Committee at the FDA take a listen to what he says here this takes this even deeper into our conversation. So maybe is it possible that there weren't just to injuries in this vaccine trial is this approach the Adenovirus vector approach to delivering genes possibly known to be dangerous I think so technically this. You wonder always wonder when you're when you're giving a fever inducing agent you know that you could either trigger exacerbate and he's really logical. So that's not. With a replication defective viruses like the replication to back of Simeon, adenoviruses being produced by Zeneca where the reputation back to that twenty six, which is being pursued by Johnson Johnson with replication back at five, which is being. Pursued by both the Russian and Chinese groups. The so the good news is replication defective, which means that key the virus can't reproduce and causal. The bad news is because it's replication defective. You really just get one virus pursell to May. You get one cell per viral particle to make the the protein interested in, which is the krona virus spike wrote. So you get a lot of hours you're. Giving I think that recent Russian papers came out this morning gave a hundred billion dollar sparkles the it's it's around that is between it's at least ten billion virus particles. I mean, maybe the a I feel burned because I'm at the University of Pennsylvania but you know was a replication defective Admiral Meyerson that was given to Jesse Golfer was the first. Right rain was replication defective at Aetna I. Forgot about that. Everyone knows it was gene therapy not you're giving a little more specificity it's important. Yes. Yes. So so you know you worried that you could induce. Your bass subsided sponsors what happened to disag- elsever, which was a massively. Responsive sex I mean now we have you know monoclonal antibodies directed against Interleukin six totalism at we didn't then so so Jesse Jesse Nelson unfortunately died but you always wonder that you could when you're giving that many bio particles, you could you could do that. You know there's a lot in this in just in that moment in this interview First of all, he keeps saying replication defective meaning. It doesn't replicate itself like other viruses therefore, they have to deliver one viral particle personnel they want to infect can you imagine? So let me get this straight. I can take my risk with what appears to be a common cold for more than eighty or ninety percent of US only a quarter of one percent at the most with the most bloated numbers we've ever seen risk death from the virus itself or I can get this Frankenstein vaccine one, hundred, billion viral particles injected right into me. To start mutating one cell at a time. What could possibly go wrong. Well, what can go wrong? What he's saying what could go wrong? He admitted aside kind storm, a massive inflammatory bent that could kill you. Oh, and by the way it was one of these adenoviruses approaches to gene therapy that killed this this gentleman Jesse Gelsinger..
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"Welcome back everybody thank you for tuning in. Again we've taken a couple weeks off in having recorded. WE'RE GONNA. Get. A little punk nibbles going here for you You know one of our short episodes GonNa be s a little bit. Talk about what's going on and we're going to kick this off with what are you listening? Sorry what are you listening to as an aspiring teacher? I should probably know how to speak correctly. Right So this is Aaron and I'm going to pass over to Mike and say Mike. What you've been listening to lately. Yeah Hey guys what's up? How you guys doing Pretty well, he did ask you a question, but I'm okay with just not answering just ignore the question they ignore the question completely and just see where this takes us. Yeah as someone who wants to be a teacher I should get used to that sort of thing. Yes. I'm just going to say Mike has been listening to Miley Ray Jepson. Because he really likes the way she sings and the fact that she uses words. Mouth Worm. So now we'll kick it over to. Jesse. Jesse what have you been listening to? Yeah. Have you heard of? Mandy Moore. But seriously. We actually have some news about the podcast, not not just what we've been listening to but. We recently joined. A network of podcasts called Pantheon podcasts were like pretty excited to be a part of this group. Pantheon podcasts is a conglomeration of sorts of that have been assembled of many different podcast specifically with the theme of Music, and there's tons of different podcasts that are on this network and we encourage you guys to A. Check out some of those folks that are on the. On the network with us there's quite a few shows on their own. We joined up with them recently and I've started familiarize myself with. A few of the podcasts on there there's a few that like I definitely listen to myself indefinitely enjoy Have you checked out any of those from Pantheon Mike Yeah Yeah I've been listening to some. It's pretty cool. So, what some of our listeners might see is our show will will show up in the Pantheon feet as well, and we kind of encourage you to Not only subscribe to our show so that you get new episodes as it comes out but also if you go the beyond. If you search pantheon on your podcast amp you'll find their feed, which like they put out a bunch of different episodes of a bunch of different shows and something new is on there every day So no matter what style of music you like there's something there that my interest you there's also some really deep kind of like music history shows on there that are like more investigatory kind of stuff. one I've really been enjoying is the show no filler. And maybe we can connect those guys at some point they seem to like some of the same music that we like. And the shows pretty cool because it takes a look at abandoned like maybe is known maybe he's not quite as known but bands that have had like a single that got out. But it goes back to the album from like singles have come out and digs until like one of those tracks between. And Goes Kinda deep until like some lyrics and and maybe over our story arc of full albums been I've been digging that lately they just had an episode of bit ago they had me without you. which I really like me without you and so the anti poetry and the mix genre of all. Of Digging There's there's quite a few that I've checked out at least a handful of episodes for but I mean there's so many podcasts on the network. You can't really listen to every single thing unless you're just listening at two times speed all day long but a couple that that I've already become a fan of there's one called. Make It stop which is called? The title of the subtitle is a bad music podcast where they specifically talking about music that they think is straight up bad and They've had some episodes around even bands that I don't necessarily hate in fact, the first episode ever heard they just bashed on the band creed. That's a band that I don't hate but it was it was still fun to hear them Bash on the bad music. They also feature some other bands like not future, but they talk about Imagine dragons they hit up Maroon five definitely nickel nickelback in all time an all time worse was that's called. Make It stop check out there? Pretty pretty cool over there, and there's just a few others that I've listened to to although make it stop is the most called a muses. A. Dad Bod, rap pod. Those guys are pretty sweet anyways. So, check out some of the other stuff of their pantheon everybody.
CTU President Jesse Sharkey - “It was the right decision to close schools in Chicago”
"Jesse Jesse Sharkey Sharkey head head of of the the Chicago Chicago teachers teachers union union says says governor governor Pritzker's Pritzker's decision decision to to close close all all K. K. through through twelve twelve schools schools statewide statewide was was the the right right call call closes closes schools schools now now well well so so this this pandemic pandemic down closing schools will buy us time in van Nuys time will save lives potentially thousands of lives it was the right decision to close schools in Chicago the school closures begin this Tuesday through March thirtieth and will impact four hundred thousand CPS students
"jesse jesse" Discussed on KGO 810
"On all these cool products by visiting the show notes section of our website at on the house dot com yes indeed to the phones we go it eight hundred seven three seven two four seven four you wanna talk to Jesse Jesse I'm trying to build a little cabin but one of the little hills echo and though how will the use of one byte twelve at all with this fall I'm a still wet I did all my little kit panda one is from at about one inch opening in there and also I just want to split it like a bored by it but at what wonder if there is any process I use on that would accept wait for months crash yeah you can let it season and dry naturally which of course will require an area like a barn or warehouse or you can have IT kiln dried and take you haven't killed dried you'll have to go to a male and make arrangements with them to take your material and dry and that way you won't have to wait they can dry it in a kiln for you there's gonna be some costs associated with that but the trade off is you don't have to wait so long could he do something like a real log cabin it in in addition to the baton board look which would be to put the checking in god yes yeah but he's got one by twelve so the one by twelve is is gonna serve could potentially either be as a finish for the interior or the exterior sounds like the exterior conventional stick frame and it sounds like he's got material that he wants to use that's the side in the part from traditional logs but you're correct if he had access to and chose to use logs then he could use the checking into something more traditional right by the way Jesse for you and others who have an interest in constructing a cabins there are some terrific books you know we've collected more books than you can shake a stick at over the years and there are a host of excellent books on designing and constructing a cabin and log homes including the materials are as selections in and dab seasoning and drying materials search the web anything that that's done by the Taunton press by the way is superior hands down thanks for the call Jesse will be right back right after this call or text on the house now at eight hundred seven three seven two four seven four.
Race Car Driver Jessi Combs Dies at Age 36 in Attempt to Break Land Speed Record
"Month a record setting a race car driver is done I'm Jesse Jesse Holmes was a member of the mythbusters team and also a legend in the car racing world dubbed the fastest woman on four wheels combs died in an attempt to break our own land speed record in a jet car the accident happened on the Alvord desert in Oregon where comb set the record in two thousand thirteen reaching speeds of three hundred ninety eight miles per hour the crash is under investigation Jessica Holmes was
"jesse jesse" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast
"That's really interesting where they basically talk about the idea the a- of humans to be able to accept a group narrative like the earth being flash or a globe or sunni having value or anything but they actually pinpoint that as being harsh of the evolutionary development that has allowed us to get to where we we are these group narratives so in a way what you're doing is actually going back to a human instinct that make sense to me. I love that you know that's funny. Whenever we talk about the content design we often do this because of this big ten idea. We have to talk about like what's our favorite books. What did we learn. How are we applying that learning to practice and the field is still evolving so you d you might have a future in design. Watch this face on that note actually because there will be other people from intercom listening to this and if that's the avenue avenue i decided to go on. Tell me a little bit about how we approach because i'm sure our listeners would love to know how we approach content designed specifically in haste yeah so we think that content is under work best when they work really deeply on a product in a london different teams in different companies. Come centers registrar dr straps so far across five products ten products more than ten products ensue. It's really hard to do that depth of work across all those five layers that jesse jesse james garrett talked about if you're working on twenty different product teams. You'll never have the context you need. You'll never have time to focus on the problem..
"jesse jesse" Discussed on Reel Chat
"I'll get into it a little bit after we've gone through some of the sections here's vogue is but i've actually done my own and and do this very often. I'm real champion earned rewrite of what's going on on the side of all of this as well with the and that's. I bring something new to this episode. They were having discussed before so actually had this ultimate version of the other part of fraternity either. I'm going to share with you. Guys could be really bad. I could cut it out of the episode. Jesse jesse might be that bad pending on response to something i've been thinking about about. How can you make the rest of the film really really good because it's quite bland to me and i'm talking about the last the <hes> finale action on indoor. That's happening is does kind of get in the way a little bit i i. That's how i feel the film. I want to be back with the threat rat dealing with that so because that's the real stories. The real story is i'd guess looks rise and vase redemption. This is all the all the other stuff is just the technical stuff that's going on to you know for them to block the distance but if they had done that in paces as a layup up it wouldn't have worked. I i think it builds the tension because you like oh we switched to the the battle and let's see and in terms of scripting god decide. They made a a correct decision which they didn't make in the prequels which is from a script standpoint. They didn't give any dialogue to the hawks which is fantastic the fact that he's the best decision from a script standpoint. That's all they said was line. Things like that is fantastic as me. He washable actual fantastic for the kids and the kids love styles. We love star wars. We were kids enormous. Oh like like for all the shit that the walks get for this film from a kid's is perspective. Our kids would've loved. These guys have a question that would just part of it is just part of it and that's exactly what it means that the e welcomes two of my favorite films i mean yes. Do you agree with what i was saying. At all about like by the time you get to the end of july that like it's all about but emperor luke conveyed look it is and and that's what you've been building up for the full three films and the first woman. It's not really clear as to what's going on because it's he's just sort of playing with the script by the time you get the middle film you like okay you sort of get an idea used to leading into that and by the end it finishes well look. I think that it did lead up to it. You could probably cut out some of the fluffy bits. It's and you know some of the e walks and all that but i think that it was necessary at that time for merchandising again he lost his way from a creative side but i think overall the film worked and and i agree it is probably the weakest of the three films but it doesn't make it a bad film. It's really hot to follow the new harpen empire. It's it's it's you know and he did did a pretty good job. I th i think the third film isn't as bad as people make it out so i think it's really good films rate. The number three in any series is very very difficult to get right and that's often where a lot out of good movie series. Go completely wrong in my opinion as well like when you get a good one and there's lots of trilogy in which we.
"jesse jesse" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"He said this again. I i need more information but brian micheals ain't no but he now saying he ain't nobody. He's a really big really big. Industry great songwriter hits grammy winner everything he is really a staple in the music industry. You know what i mean so i don't think he will i. It hasn't really gone on to hang out. He's lying but i'm saying that the story that he brought to the table. There's some there's some parts well. It just takes for germane to pre to actually say some now. He's lasted. I need statement from jamaica free so as the star developed would definitely be talking about it. We're gonna how right into the next topic topic jesse soi jesse j._c. bag. He's still in chicago just see. I don't like <hes> jesse jesse jesse so basically i'm a legal documents in the chicago k. small let or jesse jesse jesse jesse in five hundred thousand dollars for a variety of just cost linked to the investigation based okay so what is originally happened is the city of chicago was suing him for the investigation <hes> fees at the time. Basically they basically never wasting their time wasting in their resources. They were suing him for three hundred ninety. Thousand dollars covered the police overtime and the legal bills that went into the investigation. He is counter at at that of course this is after he was acquitted. Will the case was dropped. It was like sixteen felony charges that he was facing dropped all the charges now. He's coming back. Can he's actually suing chicago <hes> for five hundred thousand again for just a variety of charges and losses on his part <hes> <hes>. I feel about that so i don't it says right here federal judge hearing this by <hes> w._g._n. Nine in the says <hes> federal judge edgy hearing this is the city of chicago lawsuit against jesse smallest says she a rule on the actors requested hosue in october ten minutes status hearing tuesday. Who's a was the first since the civil case was moved to federal court from the state court. The former empire actor didn't attend a hearing chicago as the city accused smaller ah facing racist and anti gay attack against himself back in january <hes> and so the defense motion to the to dismiss earlier this month caused to they bid a <hes> to recall caused a perverse tactics since charges were dismissed <hes> they maintain their taxes. Real of the next hearing is not into october twenty second so need them for the n._b._a. Jesse she started in january and don't you bring this into this new year jesse in two thousand twenty fresh start the new year new me nowadays checks are not stopping. His music who we are is kinda coming back especially he's doing. He's multiple shows and appearances. I'm now so he's still getting his money checks but you know the fox jokes..
"jesse jesse" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"You know that part of it was tough to take the money was great. Overshadowed towed it. I'm glad you brought that. Here's something and having matching. I don't know if you know about this to this day. I was part of that matches me six h h in a triple threat match yeah yeah hate those kind of matches. I'd never seen one before me tag team wrestling when i was brian sure sure come to love it but i was always like a single guy yeah so anyway awareness triple threat and shane mcmahon came ringside and i was standing on the bottom rope and <hes> and he came to the ring. I took a swipe at him and when i did this was the first night that was the first night that i started wearing the double knee braces. I used to wear one okay. Okay now is we're in double because these were so bad well. I tipped over and went upside down and when i did i was hung myself in the ropes some hanging hanging upside down by my legs. There's no way i can write myself back up and so just having maybe it was something you did with shane but all of a sudden when you go into a strut and i'm hanging upside down. I can't ask mick or aaa. Stay helped me out. I can't get out here so as you're strutton i think upside down ongoing jesse jesse jesse and you're caught up in a moment. We've got twenty thousand people there. I'm hanging upside down on the top baby face in the world and i'm screwed so finally triple h in me who i don't even remember who triple h he writes me up and he had no business doing so because he's a he'll show and this is one of those moments ever down and i'll watch is spot or something with triple h you. I loved working with and right away. I had to start punching like god dang you got it got but i'm using the other words here and we went to host a whole highs but it was so embarrassing. It would just frigging believable jesse. Oh you did you took care of me and ninety two w w helped me out and get me back on my feet..
"jesse jesse" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"So shout out to Jesse, Jesse wanted to know more about what is mini how does it work? Why is it nearly synonymous with computer music, and is it actually type of music in of itself? I'm gonna tackle that last question. I because that was just an easy setup. While some people use Midi shorthand for computer music, the two are not exactly the same thing, Mideast stands for musical instrument digital interface. And it's a protocol a set of rules that allows a synthesizer or Midi controller to send data to a computer or other synthesizers in a meaningful way. And in fact, no sound is sent through Midi at all, which might seem a little strange to understand Midi and how it works at first behooves us to go into a little history on synthesizers in general starting with analog synthesizers now analog synthesizer is an electronic musical instrument. That makes use of various components to produce and shape sound these components can be modular. In fact, the earliest analog synthesizers were entirely modular. You had to get a whole bunch of different components and patch them together. With cables, this is what we call patches in order to make any sort of meaningful sound at all, and certain modules are in charge of creating certain effects or sounds modules can include stuff like oscillators filters, and voltage controlled amplifiers, typically, assent, aside, sir has at minimum three basic modules, the first is an awesome later. The us later job is to create a base tone. This tone is what the rest of the modules can shape to create the different pitches, and affects that change the shape of the sound and also later causes energy to move between two states at a particular frequency. Now, this is easiest to imagine. I think with a physical oscillates like a pendulum, if you push a pendulum it will begin to swing or oscillate and one full swing is one full relation at the height of its swing. All of the energy in the system is potential energy, right? It's not moving. It's at its. Hi. Highest point that energy converts into Connecticut energy as gravity takes hold in the pendulum swings downward. This swinging is the relation, but also leaders will eventually run out of energy due to loss in the system. This is that law of thermodynamics in this physical example, friction cuts down on the amount of energy within the system. It actually means that you're losing energy out of the system, due to heat in circuits, oscillators lose energy due to electrical resistance. So it's very similar the point being that unless you continue to pour energy back into the system. It will eventually run down because it will lose enough energy. So it doesn't perpetuate itself anymore. Now again to the physics of oscillators would take up a bit more time. So let's just leave it at the idea that there is a component within an analog synthesizer the generates a steady frequency that serves as the baseline for all other modules in the synthesizer the second component in a typical synthesizer. Is the mechanism for controlling the later, which is usually a keyboard, similar to one on a piano. You could use other means to change the way form though. For example, there are men's us fluctuations in the electromagnetic field, to affect the baseline wave form, though precise, complete control of the signal isn't really possible with such an instrument, even under the control of skilled player, the keyboard, or pitch, wheel, or whatever can set the oscillators frequency will affect the pitch the frequency of a sound and how he perceived that sound are directly related lower frequencies produce, lower pitch. Sounds human hearing ranges from about twenty Hertz or twenty cycles of a sound wave per second up to twenty thousand Hertz as we get older like me those upper ranges, start to get harder for us to perceive. This is the principle behind some anti youth anti loitering strategies, supposedly employed by certain convenience store owners, which have reportedly resorted to. Playing very high pitched sounds that adults can't really here because they've lost that ability. They've lost that range of hearing, but those lousy kids in that mangy mutt can totally hear it, and it irritates the heck out of them so they don't stick around your store for too long. The third component found in typical synthesizers would be the filters and affects you can apply to the sounds way for him to change the nature of the sound the feel of it, these filters, let you select which elements of the frequency, can pass through to an amplifier, so can hit a speaker and be heard by 'gate-keeping elements of frequencies. You can change that shape or nature of sound which is why you can have a synthesizer take on many different sounds, even though it starting with the same basic wave form beyond frequency or pitch, and amplitude, or volume. You can also manipulate the change in volume over the lifespan of a sound. So if you press down on a piano key quickly and firmly, you'll notice that the sound is initially loud. And then fades off. And when you lead up off the piano key, it will eventually stop, if you messed with the sustain pedals you can push down that same key with the same force and here it play out a little differently. And we describe this process with synthesizers by dividing it up into phases, and they're called attack decay sustain, and release, or a D S are the attack describes the time it takes from the press of a key or the knoll sound zero volume to reach the peak of that keys volume. The decay is the time. It takes to go from the peak of the volume to a designated sustain level. The sustain is the volume of sound that should play until the respect of key is released by the player. The release time is the amount of time. It takes for the sustained volume to decay to know again, the various affects on synthesizers can change these elements, creating louder or softer sustains. You could even have a sustain that gets louder than the attack if you wanted to, and you could have. Longer or shorter decay times and tons more effects. It helps create a more dynamic experience with a sensitized instrument after the synthesizer manipulates the basic wave form based on the keys press, or however, you're controlling the pitch and the various filters, or affects that are in play it sends the electrical signal to an amplifier. The amplifiers job is to control. The volume of the played sound typically by passing it through a series of what are called envelope controls that goes back to that. AD SRO's talking about envelope controls are essentially tables of data points describe the nature of the sound generated when a key is pressed early synthesizers used actual physically distinct modules to control this like I said before, and you would hook all these modules up to a keyboard, with various patch wires, and he would manipulate various, which is a knobs to coax the sound you wanted out of the synthesizer. And if you didn't get the sound you wanted. You might have to add additional components to change things up now the history of. Sizes is somewhat debatable. And that's because people disagree over, what actually counts as a Senator, some saying that the Tel, harmonium should count, the Tel harmonium, also known as the dynamite phone, which I swear sounds like something Homer, Simpson would say was invented by Thaddeus Coghill in the eighteen nineties, there was an electric organ that could send music electronically across telephone networks now his goal was to create an instrument capable of creating perfect tones, consistently physical musical instruments need to be tuned, and they can change their tones based on variables like temperature and humidity. Not to mention the skill of the person playing, but the Tel harmonium would harness electricity to create pitch. Perfect tones over and over again, or so is the idea. But the Tel harmonium didn't allow the player to put precise controls on the quality of sound something that some argue should be basic trait of. Synthesizer. So they say, well, it shouldn't count, the thera- men, which came out in nineteen nineteen also fails in this regard, French inventors Edward coop low and Armand. Give les created the piano with electronic components in nineteen twenty nine that comes closer to the definition, many except as Kenan for synthesizers the first device to actually use the word, synthesizer appears to have been the RCA electronic music synthesizer, Mark one, which debuted in nineteen fifty-six and used tuning forks to generate tones, it read music from a strip of paper tape, that had holes punched into it, so sort of like a player piano. But if we're talking modern synthesizers we gotta talk about Robert Moog the genius behind the Moga synthesizer. I've done a full episode about Mogo in the past. So I'm not going to dwell on it too much here. I'll just add that he created the first commercial synthesizer by modern standards in nineteen sixty four and it was the. Mogues nine hundred series modular systems, one big limitation in most analog synthesizers is in the number of notes. It can play simultaneously many analog synthesizers are monophyletic, meaning they can only produce one tone at a time. If you held down to keys you would not get to tones if you want to create a polyphonic sound the way you could with say a piano, you'd have to either get a whole bunch of musicians together each playing one section of polyphonic piece on their own Mogo. Synthesizer whichever analog synthesizer. They're using all in time with one another or you'd have to record multiple tracks to fill in the town's. So each track would represent a different monophyletic. Melody and played together, you would get the polyphonic effect, eventually some analog synthesizers supported polyphonic tones at a limited level, for example, for notes played simultaneously, and they tended to be. Incredibly expensive as for digital synthesizers, which are at their hearts, computers, working with bits as good old zeros and ones of machine language. Those trace their history back to research in the late fifties, but commercial digital synthesizers really got their start in the nineteen eighties next craze, new wave Mike analog synthesizers. They generate or modulate wave forms to create sounds the process from a very high level is similar, but the details are different and digital synthesizers can do some things that analog synthesizers either cannot do or cannot do very well, for example, on analog synthesizer might be monophyletic or have limited polyphonic capabilities, a basic digital synthesizer could have a polyphony, if you like of sixty four notes being played simultaneously, although I should add that, that depends also on how many voices, you're playing on the synthesizer with each voice, you, reduce the. The number of notes that can be played simultaneously because each voice gets a certain number of notes, dedicated to it that being said, there's no guarantee that a digital synthesizer will sound better than an analog one. It could or it might not it all depends upon build quality of the two synthesizers sound quality, relies on more than just the number of options. You have when you're shaping sound. All right. So that's the basic info on synthesizers. Now let's talk about Midi in the early nineteen eighties. A man named David Smith saw the need for a universal standard, that would allow synthesizers to send data to other instruments or two computers. This would give us editions unprecedented options when making music, including new ways to manipulate sound synthesizers were versatile, but no two models were exactly alike. Particularly from different manufacturers..
"jesse jesse" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Years Phil and welcome back to Phil's gang. Okay. Now, not gonna talk about Muller and all that. Let's talk about stocks. Okay. This is what you don't listen to right here. When you hear these guys tell you too bye, listen to this. This guy's con Creamer looking for advice. What are you nuts? Jesse? Know. So he he he wants like, just, hey. Jesse just see whatever's dot guest Jesse Jesse. Bunko? I love it. I mistake. I mistake. Well, the reason why they have seventy half's fast toys, and I am saying I'm not to say Funke scrapie available in no stores. But I tell you I think is gonna have good quarter. I like the fact that dizzy calendar. So I say. His right tells them to buy it. He tells them to buy it for the wrong reasons. You buy a stock. If money is going into the stock you get out of the stock if they put money out of the stock, but they got to cool toys every corporation. There's five thousand stocks fi. Everybody's got a cool thing. Everybody's got a cool thing. If you listen to Cramer, Ernie these people you'd be buying every stock to school. No, you buy stocks that have cash going to them. That's how it works unless you look no more retail customer, you need the institutional buyer. So listen, let's go to my site Phil's gang dot com. Join me there if you have a mobile device, we're gonna put it up on the chart right now. And I'm going to show you that if you're watching me on the Cam, turn my back on you. But you can still see this. So here's an K O FM kale. So here it was green which is a buy signal. And then it turned red it turned red April fifteenth. He's telling this guy to diet and it dropped. So my members who owned the stock. So that short. Okay. So so it dropped from twenty one forty five now. To eighteen fifty today. But he is they got cool toys. They got cool toys by no, my chart care about cool toys, I could care less. What they got cool. What I care about. What are the hedge funds doing with that stock or the biggest insurance companies do it with that stock hedge funds insurance companies the biggest banks, what are they doing with that stock? That's all I want to know. And and my truck which nobody else has because I'm the ones design the algorithms, my chart says they're pulling the money out there pulling the money out look at dropped. I think that's a drop of twenty one forty five to eighteen. That's that's a fourteen percent. He's in the whole fourteen percent by says, but he says by by right? Let's see if he's just by it. This is unbelievable stupidity. Listen to this Jesse. Jesse?.
Jesse Waters, Gail Kane And Gayle King discussed on Markley and Van Camp
"You're not the only one that may have made a little mistake getting confused of who was interviewing bar Kelly. That was my fault, and you pointed out, by the way, you rolled right through it. Like, the pro you are, sir. Gayle king. Well, you said Robin Roberts. I'm like, no. This is Gail Kane. I know I know that sort of thing it's on me. It's a boot. Jesse waters not Jesse Jesse waters on Fox News. The it got confused as well. I agree totally redeeming herself. After the small at fiasco. That was not guilty. I
"jesse jesse" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Jesse. Jesse minute. This Andrew McCabe thing. President Trump is responding to enter McCabe on Twitter. I should note that the Washington Post owned by Dr evil who owns Amazon is the richest man in the history of the world Amazon will pay zero federal income taxes for the second year in a row. But that's okay. Here's the reality. If you slap a tax on Amazon, the tax cuts passed along to the consumer this idea that your tax corporations, and you get more money from the corporations idiocy make has it's part of their bottom line that they have ledgers they have accountants went to fancy schools, they explained to the bosses. Well, you know, our taxes are part of our overhead part of our costs and they're built into your operating expenses. So you can text them. But it's passed along to you liberals will tell you that you should feel good about it. It's a backdoor way of taxing you. So whenever they pull this thing. It's like who do you think's paying that tax the oil companies the techs goes to you at the pump Amazon same thing only different. So it doesn't really, you know, I just I shake that off pretty quickly because I could care less. It just gets passed along to the consumer. But any case President Trump in? Being publisher and Dr evil's pet newspaper President Trump after Andrew McCabe went on sixty minutes CBS, releasing a segment and all of this disgrace, the president on Twitter disgraced FBI acting director, Andrew McCabe pretends to be a poor little angel. When in fact, he was a big part of the crooked Hillary scandal and the Russia hoax a puppet a puppet for LeBron James Comey. I g report on McCabe was devastating part of insurance policy in case. I one it's true. And why she the Washington Post isn't going to report all this. They're not going to report about his wife being funded by Hillary's people in her run for office in Virginia at the time. While all of this was going on the Washington Post is just going to airbrush that out of the story, very conveniently. They're also not going to talk about the fact that there is now documentary evidence that demonstrates that. The FBI was coordinating with Hillary's people in the Obama State Department to smooth over the Email scandal, the Hillary Email scandal they were colluding if you will with Hillary's people at the State Department to smooth over any scandal that might negatively impact her as she was running for president. So they were deliberately undermining the insurance policy. Get Trump, Bruce, or whose wife is at fusion GPS, which is hired by the Clinton campaign to get dirt on Trump. And that's all kosher, right? Then you got Peter stroke who's cheating on his wife with Lisa. Page who lawyer the Justice department and the FBI and they're cheating. They're like, you know, making funny Xerox things in the copy room when nobody's looking and they're plotting against. And I wish I could be there to hate with you, you know, these text messages, and then we're going to get Trump and the and the insurance policy and all this stuff. So there's evidence just mountains of evidence that there's corruption going on at the FBI, the Washington Post is not interested and honestly McCabe is in this corruption up to his eyeballs President Trump, then continued since I digressed many of the top FBI brass were fired for us to leave or left mccabe's wife received big dollars from Clinton people for her campaign. He gave Hillary a pass. That's the new evidence that surfacing now that FBI was coordinating back and forth. There is we have the the communications now with how can we tamp down this scandal for Hillary? This could be politically inconvenient for Hillary McCabe is a disgrace to the FBI and a disgrace to our country. Make. America. Great again, President Trump with two concise tweets that are full of information the typist at the Washington Post, then writes in the clip that aired on CBS McCabe did not address specific evidence that led him to believe Trump should be investigated personally or the Russia linked quals. Honestly, there's no there wasn't. And there still isn't. And here we are years later, and they're still isn't except Manafort shared internal polling data, and they met with people that might have dirt on Clinton the dossier was Russian dirt on Trump. But that's okay. We're not for double standards, liberals would have no standards at all. Isn't it? Amazing. Yes. It is. You know, what I wanna hear one more time? I want to hear that that sound bite of the congresswoman on the on the economy. I just I love that sound bite. It's the my new favorite sound soundbite of the day democrat congresswoman from Wisconsin congresswoman Gwen Moore. She's a democrat. She cares. Very deeply about everybody. Black people have Spanish women unemployed. People GDP is great. Yeah. That's a woman and all time low African Americans are doing well. Yeah. Best doing well. Best ever. His rising at the fastest pace in ten years. Yeah. Blah, blah, blah, blah. That's just perfect, man. That's great. It might be time to go to jussie smollet, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Yeah. Whatever. Yeah. Who cares? That's actually the job of government not to suck that brains of babies out and all that stuff but to create fertile economic ground. So that we might all prosper together as Americans, blah, blah, blah. Yeah. That's that's really the democratic response to quaint old fashioned notions that we're all in this boat together judged by the content of our character, not the color of our skin speaking of being judged by the content of our character and not the color of our skin. I have a little bit of an update. But I I have audio on the jussie smollet jussie smollet. Was on the television this morning. With good Morning, America. Host Robin Roberts. Now jussie smollet is known for he's on the TV show empire. And he's a black is an African American guy. And he's gay. I know this because every time has name is mentioned, they tell me that he's gay because I was raised with the idea that that's not important, and it shouldn't matter all that's been reversed. Now, it's the only thing that matters. And the only thing we should pay attention to it something that's under the second line of your business card like Jesse smollet black gay actor. That's that's your race your sexual preference. That's the deal right serious Jesse with his friend, Robert Roberts. They sent round Robin Roberts now, she's an African American woman, and she too is gay, and it's like to marry these things up because it's a it's a friendly. It's a friendly arrangement. It's good to be a democrat. So here's Jesse smollet talking to Robin Roberts. There was a second person involved who is kicking in my back and. Just stopped. And. They ran off. Saw where they ran phone was in my pocket but had fallen out it was sitting there, and my manager was on phone in my pocket picked up the phone, Brandon. And he's like on. And I said I was just jumped. And then I looked down. And I think that there's a rope around my neck. Then I looked down. And I see there's a rope around. Was it David Blaine and Doug Henning that mugs you because that's a pretty good magic trick. Then you look down. And there's a rope Rainer kicking your your underground. They hit you in. You're on the ground in there kicking you. And then you get up and there's a rope around your neck, but you're on the phone with your manager. But your phone is in your pocket, and I guess that's possibly got up. Ear buds people walk along at two o'clock in the morning and Chicago with ear buds talking on the phone. It could be windy might be hard to do with the earbud with the microphone out there and all that stuff. But sure, okay. And I certainly hope this isn't what happened to him. But I don't believe that it is what happened to him. Just and Robin Roberts. The police have gone through a lot of video and they were able to capture an image a two people of interest. Have you seen that image? Do you believe that they could possibly be the attackers? What is it about their size? Or what why do you feel that they could possibly be? I was there. For me when that was released. I was like, okay, we're getting somewhere. I don't have any doubt in my mind that..
"jesse jesse" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Jesse you have a vehicle that was total you still on it let's talk about the situation okay yes yes can you hear me pretty sure can tell me what happened you how long have you own this car jesse i bought this car in two thousand fifteen is trust did you buy new yes okay you have a two thousand fifteen truck and it was total but you have insurance don't you there's low sam my issue is jane gave me how much jesse how how much did you get free after that okay what deduction jay talking about what deductions there's only a deductible okay no they came l damage way way way okay this is getting complicated jesse jesse beef how was the vehicle total in an accident tom okay let's total because a hail test okay hold on just wait i can't take the call i can't hear him okay so you go ahead it was i was gonna say is what i understood thomas they they insurance totalled his vehicle but he still owes on the car it's ruining his life that's how it goes upside down in the car well no he can keep the cartoon keep paying on it if it's only hail but can you see if you can reestablish some kind or get off a bluetooth pullover get off a bluetooth something i can't talk to him so if i can talk to him better i would love to help him you know and i know that happens all the time they roll negative equity they don't buy it right it gets total next thing you know you can't afford to pay it off can't afford to get a new car toys horrible.
"jesse jesse" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Told me jesse jesse you wanna come up where i'm at and i saw what do you mean he said that before you ask our answer isaiah sixty five twenty four i said yes lord he should i want you to believe me for falcon seven x the first thing i thought won't pay for it and then a great statement that he told me one thousand nine hundred seventy eight flooded into my mind and said jesse i didn't ask you to pay for it i ask you to believe for it other people to pay for god's got a master book and it's also really sketchy according to jesse jesse having conversations with god yeah because he's a minister and that's what he does he has conversations with god we can't have he's he's smarter he's got a direct line to god we don't have that that's why he has private jets that's why the pope has such nice stuff gets those hats because god gives them those hats and he talks to them we can't have a bejeweled hat because we don't talk to god that the pope won't drive his expensive stuff because the best the new poll the old tops naturally received a lot of backlash for his request pastor jesse has an answer for any of those non believers and critics like us who are bashing him for needing is fifty four million private jet here's his answer to that i know exactly what i'm doing in this ministry we don't hide nothing whatsoever at all i am blessed man you're looking at a blessed man and we never ask you to give something to me and kept it don't give ourselves we believe in that and that's what it's all about becoming a partner to it if you'd like to and if you don't you don't have to but i wish you would let me tell you something about it all it's gonna do is touch people it's gonna reach people it's gonna change lives i really believe that if jesus was physically on earth today it wouldn't be riding a donkey think about that for a minute he'd be in an airplane preaching the gospel i did grow up in the church i don't really prescribe to it.
"jesse jesse" Discussed on Channel 955
"After further review of the play the ruling on the field stands this is sixty minutes nonstop channel nine five five minutes east like jacqueline grown and he's the guy that lives in lebron's day we make it so we graduate the musical a kitchen zubi genesee genesee jealousy i don't mean the same day always made the same sakes but you can't pay me dry fix me history really shares to make a man because she fell in a little funding girl added zula number told no one well i've got better things to do but i always think about i believe i believe i believe jesse jesse jesse jersey me look i don't mean ra's naked same day always make same sakes campaign me dry alliance rally fix me history kumgang it's tom the shore afraid homegrown way it's tom but can't the dry abby lions valley fix me history.
"jesse jesse" Discussed on Channel 955
"Thank you can you thank you fewer commercials a two hours nonstop is our way of telling the commercials that they can go potty channel nine five five jacqueline he's the guy that lives in a garden state and we make it so we graduate but he wants me in the kitchen zubi genesee jealousy jersey but always the same thing has made the same sakes but you can't pay me for trying the alliance fix me history got it is and i thought the security never get the chance to make them because she fell in a little thin funding girl never told no one both got to do think about it examining susie jesse jesse denting me look they always make the same say always make same sex but you can't blame me the dry be lying saying valley fix me history.
"jesse jesse" Discussed on The Awkward Human Survival Guide
"All too perfect i was telling you about the coming out stuff but like without without spoiling it how did you feel about the reveal of who it was okay yeah i had no i thought it was gonna be some brand verson i thought that too just because casting but we talked about that so all the yeah that go see do you have movie pass that's how we there you go after this i think it's one of those movies that like younger people will be talking about like we talk about like you talk about never been kissed for example richard so it is good and so that go watch my cock cast this generation's however old you are when that these movies have i don't know tina i think for pass jen's e earn regions e and then we got gen y and then we got renamed millennials and then the generation now is jesse jesse who wrote in time ago him out there like twelve to twenty two or something right now so yeah you know what's really crazy young people people who are going to vote in i think a year or people who are the vote now won't have been alive when columbine happened well wow shown they're like dollar perspective that like the people who are now going to be legal vote weren't even alive in columbine happen we're britney spears her milton hurtig quinta rear but i know that's not voter issue they're the same thing.
"jesse jesse" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"To the era he's he's kinda the comparison for a lot for both the quarterbacks that we talked about earlier so far today arrogance is a guy who we've heard reports people don't really his teammates don't really love them those reports always come after guys have left and those guys who are there seem to like them they seem to win a lot and they seem to do pretty well so if he turns out to be a player like that i'm sure most people will be comfortable with him not necessarily knowing all the right things to say well also i would think if there's anybody who probably had to learn more about how to talk to people who would be paid manning right exempt paid pete was empowered he's like jesse jesse's robin this trade it everybody's got to get on board and that helps a we assume that cultures of teams are generally the same and we assume that the coach sets the culture is that true the culture is decided in the locker room not necessarily by the star player but it helps and if he's the guy who's from la is already rich and can throw the ball he's cool he's going to be a culture center the conversations that i had in certain locker rooms are much more high brow than i had and other locker rooms it's not because the other locker rooms aren't capable is just like the culture of this locker room was like off color jokes the concert is other locker room was like social issues and you talked about how their factions on teams you find your different factions the quarterback doesn't necessarily have to talk to or relate to all the team all the players in the locker room i think that's somewhat of a fallacy and i think he will influence he's the type of guy strong enough personality strong enough talent that he will influence the culture also he put a hot tub in the dorm room as a fresh play uplift fellow guys are gonna wanna hang out with my man he's going to be starting quarterback he's already got money and he's the type of guy that wants to hot tub in the.
"jesse jesse" Discussed on Channel 955
"Do make you feel just let you know your when it's raining you start incredible change to commercialfree binging in progress channel nine five five imitates like jacqueline likes friends and we've grown and he's calling the listener garden state we make it so we graduate told him that the musical be worth but he wants me the genesee genesee jesse i don't mean the same day is made the same sakes but you can't pay me this ryan abby lying saying fix me history gerwig is and i thought that she could really never get the chance to make them because she fell in thin line at its you never told no one but we both got things to do but i always think about jesse jesse james get the me but as far as make a statement saying always made the same sakes you can't pay me dry insane fix me again st it's tom homegrown it sounds valley fix me history mojo in the morning thank you so much for waking up with us and making us your most listened to make sure you tune in so we could wake you up with phone scam senseless survey's and five lies to tell your mom the throwback throwdown and the war of the roses it's mojo in the morning right here channel nine five five need good donges we them.
"jesse jesse" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
"Fix me history is and i thought the security video but i never get the chance to make a man because she fell in a little thin lines funding at you no one we look so cute do i always think about i believe mean susie jesse jesse jersey always make a same day always made the same sakes but you can't pay me dry rally fix me history sure sean it's tom it's the phoenix you can't blame me ryan finally fix meeting history.
"jesse jesse" Discussed on Probably Science
"The reverend jesse jesse jesse case just sort of saying that he made the assumption that they overprescribe stuff to cancer patients with a set of hey listen our healthcare systems pretty shitty hair and you're going to need some extra cash to cover it so uh that's just not jesse saying pen theory is that may overprescribe like opiates to cancer patients to help people start small businesses yeah like gonna be hot if he attempt so that is sort of like a little wink wink anna this corners got a lot of people in need on it exactly check out an upset of jesse has cancer for that today this morphine i know what will came back from vietnam don it right is that because like field medics had it and it was something bid administer like in battle unwind masila you know that that that we talked with this um or something wool there was we talked about it on the um johan hurry episode okay let me better because because he was talking about how a lot of people in vietnam came back addicted to heroin but then just but actually her actually heroin oca but then a large number of them just stopped doing heroin when they go back to america with their life was an as yet which suggest that heroin addiction to heroine is situational as much as its chemical right right let's cut his whole thesis with the diction and generals just like it's a symptom of you your general unhappiness one word unhappiness with the is too soft softpedalling it but um but yeah yeah.