Don't ya just love kids
Article: 7888 of alt.hackers From: firstname.lastname@example.org Newsgroups: alt.hackers Subject: Don't ya just love kids Date: 26 May 1995 00:29:48 GMT Organization: iiNet Technologies Lines: 33 Approved: email@example.com Message-ID: firstname.lastname@example.org NNTP-Posting-Host: jazz104.dy.iinet.net.au X-Newsreader: WinVN 0.92.6+ Status: RO
Howdy people, Ok, so this too is a first post.. at least, the first in a few years. I have this friend whose kid brother is hacker wannabe. Anyway, he's asked me for any info/files/whatever I can throw at him from the net. I'm thinking misiformation here, although that might be a little more malicious than is warrented. The info (apparently) is for a school assignment. Info on what is available in blackboxes would be cool. Lets not get into details here... My attitude is that if he wants it, he can learn to build it! post/email is cool. ObLameHack: Well, this post for one thing, but I don't think that counts. ObHack: I play bass. Was in a studio recently doing a bit of recording, and we started notcing that the bass was supposdly out of tune with a really heavily flanged guitar. It turns out that neither the bass nor the guitar were out, but the beats from the flange made it SOUND that way. The guitar track had been laid down that way, for some unknown reason, straight onto the tape. So it couldn't come over "clean" for me to hear. We found the frequency of the guitar flange, and rigged that up to the signal coming over the desk speakers, but not to the tape, or my cams. It sounded ok when mixing, and just removed the bass flange for the final cut. tc&gb, Phil.