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•  Version 4.00
•  RADIO Player Pro version 6.01 or later required
•  Serial port support for Macintosh and PC. Radio File names are displayed in messages
•  This software detects DTMF codes by listening to incoming audio
•  This software was originally created for retransmit broadcasters
•  Be able to detect samples by listening to incoming audio
•  Detected samples could be automatically played in audio file player
•  Can be used as a separate module in third party software
•  Downloaded at Apple Application Store
•  Searchable in App Store
•  Not designed for use by end user
•  Also contains other sample detection features (BEEP, Chirp, BIP, beep, off, on, sound on, sound off, etc.)
•  Serial port setup for Macintosh and PC (requires Apple menu 2 to be activated)
•  Serial port option (open/close only)
•  Display file names in message
•  Display file names with sample location and sample size (large files)
•  Display name of audio file
•  Respect current playlist
•  Also has internal playlist (for later use)
•  Original method of DTMF code detection by listening to incoming audio signal
•  Works with RADIO Player Pro
•  Serial port support for Macintosh and PC (requires Apple menu 2 to be activated)
•  Serial port option (open/close only)
•  Display file names in message
•  Display file names with sample location and sample size (large files)
•  Display name of audio file
•  Respect current playlist
•  Also has internal playlist (for later use)
•  Also has collection of audio samples for retransmit broadcasters (channel, country, transponder, etc.)
•  Detects sample presence in incoming audio signal and send command to start your playlist
•  Detects Wave samples and DTMF codes
•  Works with RADIO Player Pro and can be used as a separate module for third party software
•  Allows you to set the frequency of the detector
•  Detects samples by listening to incoming audio
•  Sample could be automatically played in audio file player
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Topic: Getting Dizzy? (Read 3055 times)

For a while, I have been experiencing that, while my playing is very good, even extremely good (and it’s been this way for a year or two, on and off) I find myself being “dizzy” when I start learning a new piece. It’s more in the sense that I have a hard time getting my rhythm and doing it correctly. It’s really strange because, for a person that can play with perfect technique and have all the rhythm and everything down, when I start learning, it’s like I’m putting my brain into “record” mode and have to really focus and work really hard at it.

I have never heard of any of the technical things that I’ve read about that would effect this issue, and I have even asked my teacher about it because there was nothing in the info she gave me.

I’ve been thinking that maybe I just need to practice more and work harder, but it just doesn’t seem to be happening.

I also just feel like getting frustrated and it becomes just an issue of getting up and going for a walk, as sometimes it’s really just the physical activity that helps calm me down. It’s always happened when I have been learning a new piece.

Is anyone else experiencing anything like this? Any ideas on what might be causing it or what I can do to help myself to alleviate it?

Uhm, no I would never do that, but it does seem a bit confusing. It’s something you are not alone with I’m sure, not that I know everything about it, but it’s very confusing when playing, you are very aware, your hands and arms are relaxed and in place, your fingers are even well placed, and you

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