Berklee Global Jazz Institute Clinic Happy BirthDay Using Dynamics Part 2  Panama Jazz Festival 2012

Berklee Global Jazz Institute Clinic Happy BirthDay Using Dynamics Part 2 Panama Jazz Festival 2012

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Berklee Global Jazz Institute Clinic Happy BirthDay Using Dynamics Part 3  Panama Jazz Festival 2012

Berklee Global Jazz Institute Clinic Happy BirthDay Using Dynamics Part 3 Panama Jazz Festival 2012

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Caso de éxito: Microsoft Dynamics CRM & Gobierno de Panamá

Caso de éxito: Microsoft Dynamics CRM & Gobierno de Panamá

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Caso de éxito: Microsoft Dynamics CRM & Gobierno de Panamá
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Berklee Global Jazz Institute Clinic Happy BirthDay Using Dynamics  Part 1  Panama Jazz Festival 2012

Berklee Global Jazz Institute Clinic Happy BirthDay Using Dynamics Part 1 Panama Jazz Festival 2012

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Music Production Lesson: Compression, Dynamic Range, and the "Loudness Wars"

Music Production Lesson: Compression, Dynamic Range, and the "Loudness Wars"

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Learn music production online with Berklee: http://berkonl.in/1Ssy8wF In this free music production lesson, Berklee College of Music professor and Berklee Online course author Dan Thompson offers advice and thoughts on compression in music today. About Berklee Online: Berklee Online is the continuing education division of Berklee College of Music, delivering online access to Berklee's acclaimed curriculum from anywhere in the world, offering online courses, certificate programs, and degree programs. Contact an Academic Advisor today: 1-866-BERKLEE (US) 1-617-747-2146 (international callers) advisors@online.berklee.edu http://www.facebook.com/BerkleeOnline http://www.twitter.com/BerkleeOnline http://www.instagram.com/berkleeonline/ About Dan Thompson Daniel M. Thompson is Assistant Chair of Music Production and Engineering (MP&E) at Berklee College of Music, where he has taught advanced production, recording and mix techniques, and audio technology for over fifteen years. An independent writer/producer and recording engineer, his credits include work on records, feature films, and television series and movies, including ER, The Sopranos, Swimfan, The Sweetest Thing, Melrose Place, Malibu Shores, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Touched By An Angel, Soul Food and NCIS, to name just a few. Dan has authored articles on music technology for EQ and Electronic Musician, has been a presenter and clinician on music production topics in the U.S. and abroad, including at the Panama Jazz Festival, and his book Understanding Audio (Berklee Press, 2005) is a required textbook for Berklee College of Music's own Music Production and Engineering classes, as well as for numerous other music production and engineering programs throughout the country and abroad. He is a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS), the Audio Engineering Society (AES), and the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).
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Expedition Overland: Central America Ep1 S2

Expedition Overland: Central America Ep1 S2

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The crew is back together to take on the next portion of the Pan-American Highway in this one hour season premiere of the Central America expedition! The crew prepares everything they'll need for the trip, including outfitting their all-new Toyota 4Runners for the big journey ahead. 10,000 miles, 10 countries, 1 EPIC adventure! xoverland.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel to follow the Central America season. New episodes launch every Wednesday at 5 PM MST, July 8th through September 23rd! Presented by: Toyota USA General Tire In Part By: Triple Aught Design MAXTRAX Hema Maps Equipt Expedition Outfitters Contributing Sponsors: Adventure Trailers Bushwacker CAD Audio Combat Flip Flops Cocoon Cruiser Outfitters Dark Horse Customs LLC Factor 55 High Altitude Communications Hondo Garage Icon Vehicle Dynamics Red Oxx Rigid Industries Rocky Mountain Unmanned Systems Rugged Radios SCS unlimited SOG S-pod 4x4 Suunto Team5 Undercover Hidden Winch Mount System Warn VSN Mobil Music by: woodrowgerber (available 9/2/15) https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/woodrowgerber/id604681348
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The Dynamics - Girls and Boys (Version Excursions)

The Dynamics - Girls and Boys (Version Excursions)

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The Dynamics were an American R&B group from Detroit, Michigan. Formed in the late 1960s, and were managed by Ted White, who married Aretha Franklin. The group released two full-length albums and charted three hits on the U.S. R&B charts in 1973-74. Their first album was recorded in Memphis and featured a number of Memphis session musicians - Reggie Young on guitar, Bobby Emmons on organ, Bobby Wood on piano, Mick Leach on bass, and Gene Chrisman on drums. Album: Version Excursions Thrills & Chills Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/alekritikos
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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Solution

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Solution

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Carbon Dynamics in Tropical Wetlands

Carbon Dynamics in Tropical Wetlands

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Expedition Overland: Central America Ep11 S2

Expedition Overland: Central America Ep11 S2

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In the second to last episode, all efforts are made to recover the Tacoma, one of the most complex recoveries in Expedition Overland's history. The guys push into Panama to attempt reaching the remote, southernmost point of North America. The guest vehicle featured is not available in US markets. Miss an episode? Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest updates from the XO crew, and to watch all of our episodes from Alaska to the Darien Gap—and everything in-between. Xoverland.com Presented by: Toyota USA General Tire In Part By: Triple Aught Design MAXTRAX Hema Maps Equipt Expedition Outfitters Contributing Sponsors: Adventure Trailers Bushwacker CAD Audio Combat Flip Flops Cocoon Cruiser Outfitters Dark Horse Customs LLC Factor 55 High Altitude Communications Hondo Garage Icon Vehicle Dynamics Red Oxx Rigid Industries Rocky Mountain Unmanned Systems Rugged Radios SCS unlimited SOG S-pod 4x4 Suunto Team5 Undercover Hidden Winch Mount System Warn VSN Mobil Music by: woodrowgerber https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/woodrowgerber/id604681348
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Blues dynamics

Blues dynamics

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www.guitarmasterclass.net - full lesson and free backing track
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2017 Porsche Panamera 550hp - Perfect Sedan

2017 Porsche Panamera 550hp - Perfect Sedan

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The 2017 Porsche Panamera Gives You 550HP, Lots of Tech and Better Looks The second-generation Panamera Turbo packs a new chassis, active suspension, 550 horses and a fresh interior for $146,000​, while the ​440hp 4S will be yours for $99,990​. It seems like pretty much everything we wished to be true about the 2017 Porsche Panamera will be granted, as Porsche's new four-door is faster, better looking and way more cutting edge than the current model. Long live mid-mounted analog tachometers in luxury barges! 2017 Porsche Panamera Turbo For a cool $146,000, Porsche gives you a 4.0 with a pair of centrally positioned turbos, direct injection and cylinder-deactivation, which in effect turns it into a four-cylinder. At full beans, the new engine produces 550 hp at 5750 rpm and 567 lb-ft between 1960 and 4500 rpm. The eight-speed PDK gearbox, the all-wheel drive and the three-chamber air suspension system are standard, while for what I must assume to be quite a lot of extra dough, you can order yours with Porsche's 4D suspension system, which integrates all aspects of vehicle dynamics together. You can also opt for electric anti-roll control front and rear (I'm guessing powered by a 48V subsystem), rear axle steering just like on a GT3 and GT3 RS, Night Vision Assistant, which is an infra-red system highlighting pedestrians and animals in the dash display, and adaptive cruse control combined with navigation data that allows the Panamera to adjust speed not only for vehicles in front, but in relation to terrain. The 2017 Panamera Turbo weighs 4398 lbs—otherwise known as 2 tons—and will get to 62mph in 3.6 seconds, or 3.4 with the Sport Chrono package. It's also, Porsche claims, the world's fastest 4-door around the Nurburgring, as the automaker hinted last week. 2017 Porsche Panamera 4S The 2.9 twin-turbo V6 also has its turbos between the cylinder banks for higher thermal efficiency, producing 440 horsepower at 5650 rpm, and 405 lb-ft between 1750 and 5500 rpm. All-wheel drive, electro mechanical steering and the PDK gearbox are standard for $99,990, but the air suspension and the rest of the new tech is optional on this model. The base car weighs 4123 pounds, and will jump to 62mph in 4.2/4.0s depending on the Sport Chrono situation. Inside all new Panameras, you get a 12.3 inch touchscreen with a combination of capacitive touch controls and physical switches in the center console. Behind the flawlessly wrapped steering wheel, you'll find dual seven-inch screens divided by an analog tachometer in the middle. Oh yeah. 2017 Porsche Panamera Diesel and Hybrid Yes, there is one. No, it isn't coming to the U.S. It makes 420 horsepower. There will also be two hybrid versions, though we haven't heard details on those just yet. Sales start today, while tonight, we'll have a chat with the people behind the car. Stay tuned for more. Read More http://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars/future-cars/news/a29745/the-2017-porsche-panamera-is-a/ interior New 2016 Test Drive "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
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Dynamic Architecture - Rotating Tower

Dynamic Architecture - Rotating Tower

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This Dynamic Architecture building by David Fisher will be constantly in motion changing its shape. It will also generate electric energy for itself. more at http://www.kineticarchitecture.net See more information, for example plumbing at kineticarchitecture.net http://blog.kineticarchitecture.net/2008/04/ein-pionier/
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US Navy HIGH SPEED sea trial of USS Milwaukee LCS 5 ship

US Navy HIGH SPEED sea trial of USS Milwaukee LCS 5 ship

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US Navy begins high speed sea trials of the USS Milwaukee LCS 5 ship. The Freedom class is one of two classes of littoral combat ship built for the United States Navy.[12] The Freedom class was proposed by Lockheed Martin as a contender for USN plans to build a fleet of small, multipurpose warships to operate in the littoral zone. Two ships were approved, to compete with the Independence-class design offered by General Dynamics and Austal for a construction contract of up to 55 vessels. Despite initial plans to only accept two of the Freedom and Independence variants, the Navy has since announced plans to order up to ten additional ships of each class, for a total 12 ships per class.[13] As of 2015, two ships are active and an additional five are under construction. Planning and construction Planning for a class of small, multipurpose warships to operate in the littoral zone began in the early 2000s. The construction contract was awarded to Lockheed Martin's LCS team (Lockheed Martin, Gibbs & Cox, Marinette Marine, Bollinger Shipyards) in May 2004 for two vessels. These would then be compared to two ships built by Austal USA to determine which design would be taken up by the Navy for a production run of up to 55 ships. On 15 April 2003, the Lockheed Martin LCS team unveiled their Sea Blade concept based on the hull form of the motor yacht Destriero.[14][15] The keel of the lead ship USS Freedom was laid down in June 2005, by Marinette Marine in Marinette, Wisconsin.[16] She was christened in September 2006,[17][18] delivered to the Navy in September 2008, and commissioned that November.[19] During INSURV trials, 2,600 discrepancies were discovered, including 21 considered high-priority.[20] Not all of these were rectified before the ship entered service, as moving the ship away from Milwaukee before the winter freeze was considered a higher priority.[21] Cost overruns during Freedom‍ '​s construction combined with projected future overruns led the government to issue a "Stop-work" in January 2007 and ultimately led to the cancellation of construction of LCS-3 (the second Lockheed Martin ship) on April 13, 2007.[22] This ship was later re-ordered. After much inconsistency on how testing and orders were to proceed, in November 2010, the USN asked that Congress approve ten of both the Freedom and Independence variants.[23][24][25] Design[edit] An MH-60 Seahawk helicopter approaching USS Freedom in 2009 The ship is a semi-planing steel monohull with an aluminum superstructure. It is 377 feet (115 m) in length, displaces 3,500 metric tons, and can go faster than 45 knots (83 km/h; 52 mph). The design incorporates a large reconfigurable seaframe to allow rapidly interchangeable mission modules, a flight deck with integrated helicopter launch, recovery and handling system and the capability to launch and recover boats (manned and unmanned) from both the stern and side. The flight deck is 1.5 times the size of that of a standard surface ship, and uses a Trigon traversing system to move helicopters in and out of the hangar. The ship has two ways to launch and recover various mission packages: a stern ramp and a starboard side door near the waterline. The mission module bay has a 3-axis crane for positioning modules or cargo.[26] Problems with the electrical systems are the most serious problems with the Freedom class.[27] The fore deck has a modular weapons zone which can be used for a 57 mm gun turret or missile launcher. A Rolling Airframe Missile launcher is mounted above the hangar for short-range defense against aircraft and cruise missiles, and .50-caliber gun mounts are provided topside. The Fleet-class unmanned surface vessel is designed for operations from Freedom variant ships.[28] The core crew will be 40 sailors, usually joined by a mission package crew and an aviation detachment for a total crew of about 75. Automation allows a reduced crew, which greatly reduces operating costs, but workload can still be "gruelling".[29] During testing of the class lead, two ship's companies will rotate on four-month assignments.[30] Four 750-kilowatt Fincantieri Isotta-Fraschini diesel generators provide 3 megawatts of electrical power to power the ship systems.[31] The Congressional Budget Office estimates that fuel will account for only "8 percent to 18 percent" of the total life-cycle costs for Freedom.[32] Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama has called the report into question and has suggested that Independence, built in his state, would be more fuel efficient and that less frequent refuelings would have an impact on military operations beyond the cost of fuel.[33] In 2012, a Navy cybersecurity team found major deficiencies in Lockheed's Total Ship Computing Environment, which controls the entire ship in order to reduce crewing requirements.[34][35] Survivability has been a criticism of both Littoral Combat Ship classes, rated at level one by the Navy,
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Chile, Colombia, Panama, And Peru: The Prospects For 2012

Chile, Colombia, Panama, And Peru: The Prospects For 2012

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Standard & Poor's believes that Chile, Colombia, Panama, and Peru have taken steps to significantly improve their economies that have helped propel their sovereign ratings into investment-grade territory. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Standard & Poor's Senior Director Joydeep Mukherji, Director Roberto Sifon-Arevalo, and Director Richard Francis discuss how political and fiscal dynamics are shaping the prospects of these Latin American countries. Topics include the main risks facing these sovereigns in 2012, fiscal and monetary policy, and security and social issues.
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USAF’s Grumman EF-111A Raven

USAF’s Grumman EF-111A Raven

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The General Dynamics/Grumman EF-111A Raven manufactured by General Dynamics and conversion by Grumman is an electronic warfare aircraft. The EF-111A Raven was developed by converting some of the General Dynamics F-111 to play the role as an electronic warfare or electronic countermeasures (ECM) aircraft and to replace the Douglas B-66 Destroyer. The EF-111A Raven saw its actions in several military operations including the Operation El Dorado Canyon in Libya in 1986, Operation Just Cause in Panama during late 1989, Operation Desert Storm in Iraq in 1991, Operation Deliberation Force, Operation Provide Comfort, Operation Northern Watch and Operation Southern Watch. The maiden flight of the EF-111A Raven took place on the 10th of March 1977 and it went into service in 1983. Primary user was the United States Air Force. There were approx. 42 EF-111A Raven produced. The EF-111A Raven retired from service in 1998. Cost per unit was approx. 15 million USD plus 25 million USD for each conversion.
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