Download Basic Electronics [Rate Tng Manual 10087-6, by US Navy BuNavPers PDF

By US Navy BuNavPers

Show description

Read or Download Basic Electronics [Rate Tng Manual 10087-6, PDF

Best electronics books

Practical Electronics for Inventors

An intuitive, applications-driven consultant to electronics for engineers, hobbyists, and students--one that doesn't overload readers with technical element. Chock-full of illustrations--over 750 hand-drawn pictures offer transparent, specified directions on tips to flip theoretical rules into real-life contraptions.

Power Electronics: Converters, Applications, and Design (3rd Edition)

Providing step by step, in-depth insurance, the recent 3rd variation of strength Electronics: Converters, purposes, and layout presents a cohesive presentation of strength electronics basics for purposes and layout within the energy variety of 500 kW or much less. The textual content describes numerous functional and rising strength digital converters made possible through the recent new release of energy semiconductor units.

Extra info for Basic Electronics [Rate Tng Manual 10087-6,

Example text

And a rimshot is used as a substitute for the snare. The ride has two interacting elements; the first is provided by the ride cymbals, and the second is provided by the colorful percussion of the tambourine, maracas, shaker, and cowbell. 27 Basic jazz drum pattern (Track 13 on the audio CD). Key Questions to Ask When listening to the drums in the music of your chosen genre, you are looking for important features pertaining to the three elements. Here are some key questions you might like to ask: n How is the kick used?

Placed on the quarters, the ride can add emphasis to the primary hits, a common technique used in dance music. In most styles of music, the ride element tends to occur on the eighths or the sixteenths. The choice of whether to use eighths or sixteenths all depends upon the type of drum track you want. Eighths give a nice flowing sense to the drums. Sixteenths are more intricate and give a greater sense of pace, motion, and energy. C ha p t e r 3 R h yt h m a n d D r u m P r o g r a m m i n g 29 As is the case with the kick and the snare, secondary hits can be used within the ride element to give the drum pattern more variety, interest, and definition.

There is nothing worse than the mechanical rat-tat-tat of hi-hats all being pumped out at the same velocity. This makes the hi-hat part sound like a typing pool. So if you want your drum programming to have a sense of realism, life, interest, and intensity, you need to adjust the velocity of each drum hit so that together they reflect what you might get from real drumming. Immediately, this would apply, for example, to the strong and weak parts of the bar, the strong parts of the bar normally being on the odd numbered beats, the weak on the even numbers.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.45 of 5 – based on 42 votes