PART FOUR This is a direct continuation of PART THREE, picking up where I left off, with the continuation of flight tests and comparing the SSL fatigue meter readouts with the legacy fatigue meter readouts, and adjusting the SSL software as necessary. Test Flight #5 Flight profile: aerobatics I performed another aerobatic sortie test with […]
PART THREE This is a direct continuation of PART TWO, picking up where I left off, with the continuation of flight tests and comparing the SSL fatigue meter readouts with the legacy fatigue meter readouts, and adjusting the SSL software as necessary. Flight tests Flight profiles #1 (maiden flight), #2, #3 As with the maiden […]
PART TWO This is a direct continuation of PART ONE, picking up where I left off. I start with the next major step being Source the uninterruptible power supply (UPS). I work through the integration of this into the device including the implementation of appropriate power and data modes. I next present the installation of […]
Also see (now published) PART TWO PART THREE PART FOUR PART ONE In a previous post from 8 years ago I present my musings on the Bulldog Fatigue Meter. A couple of (expensive) three-yearly overhaul cycles have passed since then, and the next one is coming up. So it got me thinking “surely there is […]
A song for my Mum Let’s travel on the MothershipGoing at the speed of lightVisit all our other worldsWhere everything’s alright Lean against the wind and rainGaze across the seaSinging songs from long agoDancing you and me I’ll go to sleep and dream aboutOur cottage in the skyI’ll read the note you left me thereAnd […]
Frustrated by the lack of proper stereo panning in Ableton Live 9, I built a VST plugin for this explicit purpose. I know there are (convoluted) ways to achieve this in Ableton Live 9, but it’s all too awkward. I also know that this is fixed in Ableton Live 10, but I’m not ready to […]
Last time I wrote about audio restoration using simple digital filtering (in MATLAB and Ableton Live). I’ve since received another old Havering recording from Walt. Again from an old cassette tape, this recording is rather noisy. In this post, I explain how I cleaned it up using a more elaborate technique than previously. Again I […]
Walt, the drummer from The Havering, just sent me an mp3 file of a Havering recording from a Stanford College Radio show in 1989. The mp3 file was created from the original recording on a thirty year old cassette tape, so the quality is not fantastic. The aim here is to clean it up and […]
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