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  1. Truefire - 50 All-Purpose Pentatonic Licks English | .MP4 | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 864x486, 29.97 fps® | 1.69GB Genre: E-learning James Hogan's credits range across almost every style of music. From Broadway shows and world-class symphonies to sideman gigs and recording session dates with the likes of David Sanborn, Dave Brubeck, Patti LaBelle, The Drifters, Buddy Miles, Marty Friedman, Frank Gambale and The Drifters. Despite the many distinguishing musical characteristics of these various genres, James can always rely on the universal harmonic wonder of the pentatonic scale. And so can you with his cherry-picked collection of 50 All-Purpose Pentatonic Licks You MUST Know. "These are the Swiss Army Knives of pentatonic licks that can be used in a multitude of genres and for guitar players they should be on the "must know" list." - Ron Holcomb, TrueFire Student James is not only one of today's top 'go to' guitarists, he's also a passionate educator with an insatiable appetite for researching musical styles, studying the fretboard masters within those styles, and then generously sharing that knowledge with other students of guitar. You'll find 50 All-Purpose Pentatonic Licks to be generous indeed. Firstly, James shares a remarkably clear and easy approach for mapping out all five positions of the Major Pentatonic scale, and all five positions of the Minor Pentatonic scale, across the entire neck of the guitar, in all 12 keys. Yet, you'll only have to learn five scale shapes. You'll learn to play the All-Purpose licks within these five positions to get you comfortable playing anywhere on the neck. The licks themselves span a wide variety of musical styles, and in a variety of artist stylings. "The collection is comprised of my favorite pentatonic rock licks and phrases in the style of Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Angus Young, Billy Gibbons, Pat Travers, Michael Schenker, Steve Lukather and Neal Schon. I've also included some absolute "must know" blues licks inspired by Albert King, B.B. King and Stevie Ray Vaughan, along with some burnin' southern rock and country licks in the style of Dickie Betts, Gary Rossington, Albert Lee, Jerry Reed, and Buddy Miller. The collection wouldn't be 'all-purpose' without pentatonic inspiration from from jazz masters Wes Montgomery and George Benson, and some tasty R&B based pentatonic licks in the style of Earth Wind, Fire and Chaka Khan. To round out the collection, I've also included some killer licks in the style of shred luminaries Paul Gilbert, Greg Howe and Richie Kotzen." James demonstrates each lick over an appropriate rhythm track for optimal musical context, and then he'll break it down for you with special emphasis on the techniques required to perform it. All 50 licks are tabbed and notated, plus you'll get Guitar Pro files as well (Windows & Mac compatible). All of the rhythm tracks are also included for you to work with on your own. More Info Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you
  2. TTC Video - Holy Land Revealed English | .AVI | mp3, 48000 Hz, stereo | mpeg4, yuv420p, 640x480, 29.97 fps® | 7.97GB Genre: E-learning Holy Land Revealed Professor Jodi Magness Ph.D. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill As the birthplace of Judaism and Christianity, the Holy Land (the area in and around modern-day Israel) is one of the most important regions in the world. With a rich history stretching back over 3,000 years, this area is a sacred land for three major faiths and the setting for defining events in religious history, including the life, ministry, and death of Jesus; the construction and destruction of the First and Second Jewish Temples; the composition of the Old and New Testaments, and parts of the Dead Sea Scrolls; the dramatic siege of Masada; and the journey of the prophet Muhammad to Jerusalem. The majority of our knowledge about these and other captivating events comes from a wealth of written sources, including the Old and New Testaments, non-canonical works such as the Apocrypha, and works by the Jewish historian Flavius Josephus. But the Holy Land is also filled with physical evidence that attests to these events-evidence that has only been revealed during the last 200 years. With the information uncovered at various sites-from the rubble of an ancient citadel in the City of David to the contents of rock-cut tombs in the Kidron Valley to individual pieces of correspondence from caves in the Judaean Desert-archaeologists have shed intriguing new light on our understanding of the history of this area. In some cases, their findings have clarified what we already knew. In other cases, they've radically reshaped our views. Now, comb through these and other remains for yourself with The Holy Land Revealed, an unforgettable experience that will add new dimensions to your understanding of the millennia-long narrative of this dynamic place. Delivered by archaeologist and award-winning Professor Jodi Magness of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, who has spent her career excavating at sites in and around Israel, these 36 lectures give you an insider's look at how archaeology helps us relive and encounter firsthand life during this formative period of human civilization. And it's a chance to get up close and personal with ruins, artifacts, murals, documents, and other long-buried objects that will take you deep beneath the pages of the Bible. Travel to a Mysterious Land Rich with History How does one begin to approach this region, with a history stretching from the arrival of the Canaanites around 3000 B.C.E. up through the Muslim conquest around 640 C.E.? While it's easy to get lost in the whirlwind of political and religious groups in places like Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Megiddo, Jericho, and Petra, if you have the right guide, the tumultuous story of the Holy Land is easy to understand. That's why Professor Magness's chronological approach makes The Holy Land Revealed such an invaluable guide to grasping this period of ancient history. She gives you an expert's look at this winding story, but makes it all the more accessible by organizing the course around three major periods: Old Testament and Post-Exilic period (c. 3000-1st century B.C.E.): This period served as the backdrop for some of the most fascinating stories in the Hebrew Bible and early Jewish history.Gain a greater understanding of events such as the reign of King Solomon, the destruction of the First Temple, the Babylonian exile, the birth of sects such as the Pharisees and Sadducees, and the rise and fall of the Hasmonean Kingdom. New Testament period (1st century B.C.E.- 1st century C.E.): Spanning the rule of King Herod to the life of Jesus through the destruction of the Second Jewish Temple in 70 C.E., this era forms the core of the New Testament. Delve into everything from life in Herod's impressive palaces to archaeological finds from the villages around Galilee. Post-Second Temple period (70-640 C.E.): After the destruction of the Second Jewish Temple by the Romans, the Holy Land was the site of political and spiritual turmoil. Examine the two major Jewish revolts against Roman rule, Jewish and Christian life under the early Byzantine Empire, the conquest of the region by the emerging Islamic empire, and more. You'll also see how other great civilizations and empires played key roles in the story of the Holy Land. These include the Babylonians: The Babylonian Empire conquered Jerusalem in 586 B.C.E. A large number of the Judean population went into exile in Babylon, where the authoritative texts of the Hebrew Bible were edited, and where the concept of synagogues possibly originated. Greeks: In 332 B.C.E., Alexander the Great first passed through the Holy Land on his way into Egypt; after his death, the Ptolemaic and Seleucid kingdoms each ruled the region. The stamp of Hellenistic culture can be seen in the remains of defensive towers at Samaria and the layout of the Idumaean town of Marisa. Romans: After Pompey's siege of Jerusalem in 63 B.C.E., the cities of the Holy Land fell under the authority of the Roman Empire. Following this came centuries of conflict between the Romans and Jews (including the famous Bar-Kokhba Revolt), but also a cultural imprint that was reflected in many early synagogues and churches. Explore a Wealth of Archaeological Wonders The Holy Land Revealed is packed with detailed analyses of architectural wonders that provide a physical context for stories from this region. It's a three-dimensional impression that recreates this long-lost world, adding richer layers to stories and events you may be familiar with and providing powerful introductions to those that might be new to you. You'll walk through ancient water systems and tombs, comb through the ruins of early synagogues and sacred temples, and tour the remains of stables, scriptoriums, and cave dwellings. Along the way, you'll visit some astounding places, including the Temple Mount, the veritable center of Jerusalem and a sacred site of powerful importance for the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim faiths; Caesarea Maritima, a marvel of ancient architecture and engineering, and also the Roman harbor where Paul was imprisoned, as recounted in the book of Acts; and Masada, one of the most famous fortresses in the Holy Land and the site of a dramatic last stand by Jewish rebels against the Roman Empire. Every lecture is also enlivened by archaeological discoveries frequently tied to related depictions in religious and historical texts. You'll encounter the Merneptah Stele, an ancient Egyptian stone slab from 1209 B.C.E. inscribed with history's earliest mention of Israel; the Cyrus Cylinder, a cuneiform edict from the 6th century B.C.E. Persian king announcing the repatriation of exiled peoples; and the James Ossuary, a controversial burial container with the mysterious inscription that identifies the remains as belonging to "James son of Joseph brother of Jesus." Provocative and Intriguing Questions A deft blend of religion, archaeology, history, and culture, The Holy Land Revealed creates a narrative tapestry of life in the ancient Holy Land. The region is one that Professor Magness has devoted her entire career to studying and understanding; as such, every lecture is suffused with a passion for the subject that is nothing short of contagious. What's more, her approach of comparing archaeological and documentary descriptions with those in canonical texts raises a host of intriguing questions. Did Herod's infamous "slaughter of the innocents"happen the way it is described in the New Testament? Or was it instead inspired by the ruler's murder of his own sons? How does Jesus's Passion along the Via Dolorosa compare with how the route actually existed during that period in Jerusalem's history? Was there really a mass suicide at the fall of Masada? If so, did it truly happen the way Josephus describes it in his historical narratives? Prepare yourself for a provocative, engaging, and unforgettable journey back in time with The Holy Land Revealed. About This Course 36 Lectures | 31 minutes per lecture 1. The Land of Canaan 2. The Arrival of the Israelites 3. Jerusalem-An Introduction to the City 4. The Jerusalem of David and Solomon 5. Biblical Jerusalem's Ancient Water Systems 6. Samaria and the Northern Kingdom of Israel 7. Fortifications and Cult Practices 8. Babylonian Exile and the Persian Restoration 9. Alexander the Great and His Successors 10. The Hellenization of Palestine 11. The Maccabean Revolt 12. The Hasmonean Kingdom 13. Pharisees and Sadducees 14. Discovery and Site of the Dead Sea Scrolls 15. The Sectarian Settlement at Qumran 16. The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Essenes 17. The Life of the Essenes 18. From Roman Annexation to Herod the Great 19. Herod as Builder-Jerusalem's Temple Mount 20. Caesarea Maritima-Harbor and Showcase City 21. From Herod's Last Years to Pontius Pilate 22. Galilee-Setting of Jesus's Life and Ministry 23. Synagogues in the Time of Jesus 24. Sites of the Trial and Final Hours of Jesus 25. Early Jewish Tombs in Jerusalem 26. Monumental Tombs in the Time of Jesus 27. The Burials of Jesus and James 28. The First Jewish Revolt; Jerusalem Destroyed 29. Masada-Herod's Desert Palace and the Siege 30. Flavius Josephus and the Mass Suicide 31. The Second Jewish Revolt against the Romans 32. Roman Jerusalem-Hadrian's Aelia Capitolina 33. Christian Emperors and Pilgrimage Sites 34. Judaism and Synagogues under Christian Rule 35. Islam's Transformation of Jerusalem 36. What and How Archaeology Reveals More Info Download No.Password .=-I-=. 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  3. 3DMotive - Drone Modeling Volume 1 English | .MP4 | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 30.00 fps® | 2.84GB Genre: E-learning In this course, instructor Laszlo Mandi is going to walk you through his process for creating a security drone inside of Maya and then rendering it in Keyshot. To start, he will be covering basic topology for the mesh and the initial face extrusion to create the metal plating. From there, he will complete the remaining main body mesh, add some simple animation to help visualize the functionality of the asset, and then model the remaining pieces to complete the asset. To wrap things up, he will export the drone into Keyshot where he will be giving a thorough introduction to the rendering software while teaching you how to rendering out individual images and turntables. More Info Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you [Hidden Content]
  4. Skillshare - Ableton Live IV - Finishing a Track English | .FLV | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 1000.00 fps® | 658MB Genre: E-learning Mix and export a final track. You can choose to use original recordings, audio samples, or both. Be creative and experiment with sounds you love. Ableton Live is uniquely powerful audio software, equally strong in helping you create, produce, and perform music. This fourth, 1.5-hour class from audio engineer, musician, and producer Brian Jackson covers how to finish and export full tracks. Learn how to balance levels and add reverb in Mixer View. Play with adding Audio FX. Explore why Session View is great for live performance, while Arrangement View is ideal for remixing and production. Whether you're a musician, producer, or DJ, you'll have all the knowledge to polish and share a full track that shows off your musical vision. Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you [Hidden Content]
  5. Skillshare - Ableton Live III - Shape Your Own Audio Beats English | .FLV | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 1000.00 fps® | 490MB Genre: E-learning Create a 30-second song. It can be from scratch or using a combination of MIDI sounds and Live's sample instruments. Experiment with the sounds you like best. Ableton Live 9 is uniquely powerful audio software, equally strong in helping you create, produce, and perform music. This third, 79-minute class from audio engineer, musician, and producer Brian Jackson is all about working with audio samples. It's perfect for learning how to record and import sound, work with a wide range of samples, make beats, and warp full tracks. The class culminates with a practical, thorough look at using Live's sample instruments so that you can achieve the sound you want. Whether you're a producer, musician, or audio enthusiast, you'll have all the knowledge you need to create your very own short song. Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you [Hidden Content]
  6. SkillShare - Ableton Live II MIDI - Musical Instrument Digital Interface English | .FLV | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 25.00 fps® | 369MB Genre: E-learning Create a short MIDI sequence using audio clips and a drum beat, then use a technique called quantizing to automatically align all the elements to the same time and tempo. Ableton Live 9 is uniquely powerful audio software, equally strong in helping you create, produce, and perform music. In this second, 68-minute class from audio engineer, musician, and producer Brian Jackson, you'll learn the ins and outs of MIDI, the industry standard for connecting a wide range of musical instruments, devices, and computers. You'll create melodies with a built-in or external keyboard, draw in drum beats, record MIDI sounds, and practice a technique called quantizing, which aligns a track's timing so it sounds steady and professional. No need for special musical knowledge: it's a perfect class for producers, musicians, sound designers, and anyone interested in working with audio. Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you [Hidden Content]
  7. CreativeLive - Flawless Vocals Recording Editing and Mixing English | .MP4 | aac, 48000 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 23.98 fps® | 4.21GB Genre: E-learning Not every vocalist you encounter is going to be great, but when you do get a strong one in front of your microphone, you better know how to record them. Kris Crummett will show you how. Kris has worked with some of the biggest post-hardcore/rock bands of the last few years; Issues, Sleeping With Sirens, Dance Gavin Dance, Jonny Craig, Alesana, and more. Throughout this course, Kris will use the actual Pro Tools sessions from Issues' self-titled album to teach you his unique approach for tracking, editing, and mixing vocal tracks. If you are looking for a fresh take on recording vocals this course is for you. More Info Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you [Hidden Content]
  8. SkillShare - Ableton Live I The First Steps of Digital Music Production English | .MP4 | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 12800.00 fps® | 352MB Genre: E-learning Ableton Live 9 is uniquely powerful audio software, equally strong in helping you create, produce, and perform music. Now you can learn your way around Ableton Live 9 with audio engineer, musician, and producer Brian Jackson's straightforward, 65-minute introduction. Brian quickly familiarizes you with the interface, settings, and browsers; demonstrates the difference between audio clips, tracks, and scenes; and culminates with a 15-minute fascinating introduction to warping-matching the tempos of different audio tracks. Whether you're a producer, musician, sound designer, or just interested in working with audio, this is a perfect way to get started with the software everyone's been talking about. Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you [Hidden Content]
  9. Permaculture Design Certificate Course English | .MP4 | aac, 48000 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 720x480, 29.97 fps® | 7.38GB Genre: E-learning This is a course offered by some of the "early greats" of our time in Permaculture, Bill Mollison and Geoff Lawton. As with everything "Permie", take this knowledge, make it your own, pass it on... From their website: The Permaculture Design Certificate Course was filmed in September 2005 at The University of Melbourne, using a professional production team. The entire course is presented by Bill Mollison and Geoff Lawton. Each disc has (+/-) 4.5 hours of content, 58.5 hours total for the set. The last disc finishes up Chapter 14, student questions, the design assignment, graduation, round table and conclusion to the course. There were 13 hours of the course devoted to students producing their designs (2 hours with Geoff mentoring, students also worked after class hours to complete their designs) the student design presentations (7.5 hours, big class!), the graduation day, round table, conclusion, and the where to from here? discussion (6 hours). The entire footage of these 13 hours is reduced to a delightful 60 minute (+/-) collage for the viewer. More Info Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you [Hidden Content]
  10. LiveLessons - Game Development Essentials II with Unity (Video Training) English | .FLV | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 30.00 fps® | 4.99GB Genre: E-learning In this video training, Mike Geig covers key 2D and 3D game development concepts beyond the basics and scripting (programming) concepts for featured game engines. Mike covers the latest version of Unity: what's new, what's changing, and what's important. Skill Level Intermediate Advanced What You Will Learn A foundation in game development Key 2D and 3D game development concepts beyond the basics Scripting (programming) concepts for featured game engines New and cutting edge features of the Unity game engine More Info Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you [Hidden Content]
  11. FXPHD - PHG101 - Introduction to Photogrammetry English | .MP4 | aac, 44100 Hz, mono | h264, yuv420p, 1440x900, 23.98 fps® | 8.48GB Genre: E-learning This course uses photogrammetry reconstruction techniques to create detailed object mesh and scene models from photographs. Aimed at matte painters, scene designers and previz artists. Photogrammetry can be thought of as an inexpensive alternative to LIDAR. In this course, Photoscan will be the reconstruction tool of choice combining with Maya, Matte Painters Toolkit, Mari, Mudbox and zBrush with support from PhotoShop, Lightbrush, PfTrack and Syntheyes. Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you [Hidden Content]
  12. GopherCon 2014 - Part II English | .MP4 | avg.bitrate: 982 kb/s | h264, yuv420p, 1920x1080, 29.97 fps® | 2.94GB Genre: E-learning Go, also commonly referred to as golang, is a programming language initially developed at Google in 2007 by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson. It is a statically-typed language with syntax loosely derived from that of C, adding garbage collection, type safety, some dynamic-typing capabilities, additional built-in types such as variable-length arrays and key-value maps, and a large standard library. The language was announced in November 2009 and is now used in some of Google's production systems. Go's "gc" compiler targets the Linux, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Plan 9, and Microsoft Windows operating systems and the i386, amd64, and ARM processor architectures. A second compiler, gccgo, is a GCC frontend. More Info Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you [Hidden Content]
  13. GopherCon 2014 - Part I English | .MP4 | avg.bitrate: 994 kb/s | h264, yuv420p, 1920x1080, 29.97 fps® | 2.38GB Genre: E-learning Go, also commonly referred to as golang, is a programming language initially developed at Google in 2007 by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson. It is a statically-typed language with syntax loosely derived from that of C, adding garbage collection, type safety, some dynamic-typing capabilities, additional built-in types such as variable-length arrays and key-value maps, and a large standard library. The language was announced in November 2009 and is now used in some of Google's production systems. Go's "gc" compiler targets the Linux, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Plan 9, and Microsoft Windows operating systems and the i386, amd64, and ARM processor architectures. A second compiler, gccgo, is a GCC frontend. More Info Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you [Hidden Content]
  14. Oreilly - Mastering Vim English | .MP4 | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 24.00 fps® | 965MB Genre: E-learning Roughly half of all software developers use vi/Vim on a regular basis, but most of those who do still use only a tiny fraction of the editor's full feature set. This video tutorial explores two dozen effective ways you can immediately improve your Vim environment, including recently added features and many powerful plugins and tools. In just three hours, you'll learn about a wide range of Vim's other features, discover numerous configuration options that can make your editing more efficient and productive, and explore several Vim plugins that can instantly make your editing experience vastly better too. The tutorial's sections include: Mastering Vim's help system Learning to move more efficiently Manipulating text faster and more flexibly Making use of text objects Activating guides to help your layout Searching more effectively and with less effort Using and configuring Vim's advanced undo facilities Autocompleting just about anything Editing visually, instead of syntactically Focusing on details by folding text More Info Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you [Hidden Content]
  15. LiveLessons - Digital Archaeology: The Art and Science of Digital Forensics (Video Training) English | .FLV | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 30.00 fps® | 335MB Genre: E-learning Digital Archaeology: The Art and Science of Digital Forensics: LiveLessonsis a comprehensive guide to the techniques and processes used to perform forensic investigations on information systems. These lessons provide hands-on exercises using readily available tools that can be downloaded from various sites on the Internet. Among the processes covered include, making the forensic copy, capturing and analyzing memory, Internet history and much more. Download No.Password .=-I-=. Interchangeable .=-I-=. 5.%.Recovery Let PM if the links are dead, I'm willing to help you [Hidden Content]
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