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Creating a Cozy and Inviting Home: 10 Easy Steps

Tutorial | May 22, 2019

In the video, the speaker discusses the process of creating a new marketing campaign. They mention that the campaign will need to capture the attention of a specific target audience and convey a clear message about the brand or product. The speaker mentions the importance of using storytelling techniques to create emotional connections with consumers. They also mention the use of visuals and color to make the ad more memorable and engaging. Overall, the video emphasizes the importance of creating a strong and impactful ad that will resonate with the intended audience.

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Questions & Answers

Maybe you dont watch the video, here are some important takeaways:

What does the term "laundry list" mean in this context?

The term "laundry list" refers to a list of items or things that need to be addressed or accomplished. This phrase is often used in project management or in situations where there are multiple tasks or items that need to be completed.

How can someone manage their laundry more effectively?

There are a few strategies that individuals can use to manage their laundry more effectively. One approach is to establish a routine or schedule for doing laundry. This can help ensure that laundry is being done consistently and that everything gets washed on a regular basis. Another strategy is to designate specific days of the week for different types of laundry (e.g., whites on Mondays, colors on Tuesdays, etc.) to streamline the process. Creating a system for sorting and organizing laundry can also help make the process more efficient. For example, having designated hampers or laundry bins for different types of laundry (e.g., whites, darks, delicates) can make sorting easier. Lastly, developing a system for folding and putting away laundry can also help make the process more efficient. This could involve having designated spaces for different types of clothing or using storage containers or shelves to keep things organized. Ultimately, the key to managing laundry effectively is to develop a system that works for you and your household and to stick with it consistently.

Why is it important to dry clothes before storing them?

It is important to dry clothes before storing them because moisture can lead to mold, mildew, and musty odors. If clothes are stored damp, there is a higher risk of them developing mold and mildew, which can be difficult to remove and may cause an unpleasant smell. Additionally, damp or wet clothes can attract pests, such as moths, which can damage the fabric. By ensuring clothes are completely dry before storing them, you can help prolong their lifespan and keep them in good condition.

How should clothes be stored to keep them fresh and in good condition?

To keep clothes fresh and in good condition, it is important to store them properly. Here are a few tips:

  1. Clean them thoroughly before storing: Make sure your items are clean before putting them away to prevent attracting pests or mold.

  2. Use mothballs or other pest deterrents: Mothballs can help repel moths and other insects that may damage clothing. Additionally, using lavender sachets or cedar blocks can also help keep clothes fresh and deter moths.

  3. Store clothes in a cool, dark, and dry place: Excessive sunlight and moisture can cause clothing to fade and deteriorate over time. It is best to store clothes in areas with good air circulation to prevent musty odors.

  4. Use proper storage containers: Use storage containers that allow for airflow, such as breathable fabric bags or boxes, to prevent mildew and mold growth.

  5. Avoid plastic bins: Plastic containers can trap moisture and lead to mildew growth. If using plastic storage containers, make sure they are airtight and moisture-proof.

  6. Use cedar blocks or lavender sachets: These natural moth repellents can help keep clothes smelling fresh and deter pests.

Overall, maintaining a consistent cleaning and storage routine will help keep your clothes fresh and in good condition for longer.


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[00:01:27] I try to create multiple instances of this
[00:01:29] sound
[00:01:30] [I want to pitch this up one octave]
[00:01:40] [let's go 12]
[00:01:45] [no, let's actually]
[00:01:55] [leave the first voice pure and only use the second one]
[00:02:02] [I want to use this one]
[00:02:10] [let's try to create multiple instances of this sound]
[00:02:49] So we have now four voices
[00:02:52] and I think I gonna change even the start position of one of the voices
[00:02:58] [I want to use this one]
[00:03:03] [let's try to create multiple instances of this sound]
[00:03:12] Now I try to find out the right pitch
[00:03:19] A1, 12 cents, maybe
[00:03:22] and then I lay out a pulley sent below the sampler
[00:03:27] so we have two instruments playing together
[00:03:30] [let's try to create multiple instruments]
[00:03:36] [I want to use this one]
[00:04:17] This sounds okay I think for the first idea
[00:04:23] maybe pitch the sample one octave down
[00:04:42] Raise the voices of the pulley sent
[00:05:01] Now we have our first voice sampler
[00:05:05] which I created with my microphone
[00:05:08] I created different instances of the same sound
[00:05:12] one pitched up and one voice to the left
[00:05:17] root key detection and then we added pulley sent to layer
[00:05:21] a kind of synth sound below the texture
[00:05:25] and we now have pad sound, basic one
[00:05:29] and I'm gonna use a reverb to make it even longer and dronier
[00:06:21] So I think for the start it's pretty nice
[00:06:26] let's maybe add some delay to it
[00:06:30] and what I always like is to use an instance of a cool force
[00:06:41] to notch out all the different harmonics
[00:06:46] or resonance frequencies
[00:06:51] cut out a little bit of the low end
[00:07:10] type in D# 0 because I want to play the whole bit in D# minor
[00:07:37] okay
[00:07:40] and what we're gonna do now is to create a MIDI clip or a note clip
[00:08:43] maybe use a multi-note device so we can create an actual perfect fifth of the root key
[00:08:52] or maybe make even a minor chord
[00:09:00] make a chord change and we use a diatonic transposer
[00:09:26] to transpose the minor chord to a major chord when it's needed
[00:09:33] so the minor D# minor and this should sound fine
[00:10:33] so I changed a bit the offset for the play start of the samples
[00:10:37] on one of the voices
[00:10:39] so we have more kind of an exterior effect
[00:10:43] and I want to continue with creating a grid
[00:10:47] grid, polygrid
[00:10:54] so now let's add some randomization
[00:10:59] I think I'm gonna use one sine wave
[00:11:06] and I'm gonna use a transport device
[00:11:12] I'm always searching for the right tab here
[00:11:19] I think Bittwick needs to step in and use some kind of a search field
[00:11:24] I always know exactly what I want, how the module is called
[00:11:29] but I don't remember in which category it's in
[00:11:32] it's a bit annoying at the moment but I think we're gonna get a search field hopefully
[00:11:37] so this is to transport the module here
[00:11:41] and you get a phase signal from the DAW
[00:11:45] and you can divide the beats into different grids
[00:11:52] so I'm using that
[00:11:55] and I'm using one of the gates
[00:11:59] maybe one of the pitches
[00:12:03] and no actually I'm using a probability and it's maybe better
[00:12:08] so something like that
[00:12:11] and yeah let's go with that
[00:12:15] in here
[00:12:17] that's for an RDSR
[00:12:26] on this
[00:12:29] so that's it
[00:12:43] what we're gonna need now is a pitch quantizer
[00:12:48] so we are always in the
[00:12:52] key of D#
[00:12:56] and D# is basically all the black keys
[00:13:03] and we need of course that connected
[00:13:17] as you can see I use this probability device here
[00:13:22] and when all sliders at zero
[00:13:25] you have never played a sound
[00:13:28] and when you raise one of the sliders
[00:13:32] the probability raises that something is played
[00:13:37] so sometimes we have a sound played because of the probability
[00:13:45] and sometimes not
[00:13:48] so
[00:14:09] so now we need
[00:14:33] I think in scalar where we can use different polyrhythms
[00:15:00] and maybe use a filter device
[00:15:04] let's use this one here
[00:15:09] and put it actually here
[00:15:13] and we use the notes from this one
[00:15:27] and we use the ADSR to open the filter
[00:15:32] and maybe use a random modulator
[00:15:43] to create different octaves
[00:15:47] and use all to the steps
[00:16:09] and use a different random modulator to maybe open the filter randomly
[00:16:40] use the same kind of
[00:23:37] and maybe try to
[00:23:42] use and sidechain
[00:23:52] sidechain, audio sidechain and go with the amplitude
[00:23:57] for a small duck effect
[00:24:02] e-kick, post,
[00:25:21] and voicing the seven five
[00:25:26] and maybe use this
[00:25:31] time shift device here
[00:25:36] and drag the first clap sounds a bit
[00:25:41] in front of the
[00:25:46] of the of the of the
[00:25:51] of the second clap
[00:26:16] and maybe not a good idea
[00:26:20] let's use a rim shot always search for rim shots here
[00:26:28] let's use a random one
[00:26:35] maybe this triggered in
[00:26:40] sounds good
[00:26:43] and better
[00:26:47] together with the clap sounds
[00:26:56] and maybe use of in one of the clap sounds one of these
[00:27:00] close devices to create more like a
[00:27:05] stereo effect
[00:27:25] and we can use the same pattern here
[00:27:35] use some hi-hats
[00:27:40] over that