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  • RandomPC
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  • Spaceboy
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    Don't start avalanches kids....

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  • luke22
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    idk if anyone has or does watch tech talk, but #66 is the best so far

    BE WARNED, LOTS OF SWEARS!!!!!

    http://youtu.be/SH2hOg3vHDU

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  • RandomPC
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    Originally posted by Gunslinger View Post
    Thats some serious skillz, i bet it takes a lot to be able to maintain that level too
    Just remember to resist the urge to try that "shooting an incoming arrow out of the air before it kills you" trick at home

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  • Gunslinger
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    Thats some serious skillz, i bet it takes a lot to be able to maintain that level too

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  • RandomPC
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  • Funlester
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  • RandomPC
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    So I was searching YouTube for stuff about Coiler...


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  • Gunslinger
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5M1Z...6bbKUr-P1wuSm0
    Last edited by Gunslinger; 07-02-15, 13:22.

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  • RandomPC
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    Originally posted by cold fusion View Post
    huh?

    WTF??????????????????





    Presumably the makers have never actually seen the UK version?

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  • cold fusion
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    huh?

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  • Black Knight
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    This is the first video ever uploaded to Youtube.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNQXAC9IVRw

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  • Salad Soup
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D58UtUeSQQc

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  • cold fusion
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    Originally posted by Col View Post
    The process he used is just as interesting: http://www.lofibucket.com/articles/o...ope_quake.html

    I particularly like this part:
    "On the video, about 5-20 samples are allocated to each line depending on the length of the segment. This means the frequencies emitted are very high (5 samples per period is 19.2 kHz) and it seems the audio output is being low pass filtered resulting in silly wobbly lines."

    It's funny that it's an accidental side effect because it looks pretty damn cool.

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