Magazine sample – Continental Mag http://continentalmag.com/ Sun, 08 May 2022 12:41:09 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://continentalmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/favicon-2-120x120.png Magazine sample – Continental Mag http://continentalmag.com/ 32 32 A man in a police collar carrying firearms without a license, stapled sample ballots with bills in Cebu City https://continentalmag.com/a-man-in-a-police-collar-carrying-firearms-without-a-license-stapled-sample-ballots-with-bills-in-cebu-city/ Sun, 08 May 2022 12:41:09 +0000 https://continentalmag.com/a-man-in-a-police-collar-carrying-firearms-without-a-license-stapled-sample-ballots-with-bills-in-cebu-city/ Arnold Y. Bustamante, Kevin A. Lagunda May 08, 2022 A MAN carrying unlicensed firearms and samples of ballots tied with cash was arrested at an Election Commission checkpoint in Barangay Lusaran, a mountain village in Cebu City, after 23 hours on Saturday, May 7, 2022. Suspect Jerwin Cortes Laguna surrendered a .357 revolver with no […]]]>

Arnold Y. Bustamante, Kevin A. Lagunda

May 08, 2022

A MAN carrying unlicensed firearms and samples of ballots tied with cash was arrested at an Election Commission checkpoint in Barangay Lusaran, a mountain village in Cebu City, after 23 hours on Saturday, May 7, 2022.

Suspect Jerwin Cortes Laguna surrendered a .357 revolver with no serial number and loaded with 11 rounds, and a .45 pistol with five rounds in its magazine.

Eleven sample ballot papers bearing the names of local party candidates from mayor to councilors were seized in Laguna, a native of Barangay Ginatilan, Balamban.

Each sample ballot had been stapled with P200 in the invoices.

The Comelec checkpoint was manned by Cebu City Mobile Force Company personnel under Lt. Yves Montejo, according to Lt. Col. Wilbert Parilla, Cebu City Police Deputy Director for Operations.

Parilla said they had received reports that someone was handling Laguna’s activities in the city’s mountain barangays, but they had yet to verify if he was a member of a group. armed.

Cebu City police received reports that an armed group roamed mountain villages to scare voters; however, this report still needs to be validated.

The police official said they still need to verify whether Laguna was involved in vote-buying activities.

Laguna will be charged with unlawful possession of firearms and violating Comelec’s firearms ban and Executive Order 247, which prohibits and punishes “the defacing, mutilation, tearing, burning or destruction of Central Bank notes and coins”.

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Then and Now: Billy Sample Field https://continentalmag.com/then-and-now-billy-sample-field/ Mon, 02 May 2022 14:04:22 +0000 https://continentalmag.com/then-and-now-billy-sample-field/ The story below is a preview of our May/June 2022 issue. For more stories like this, subscribe today. Thank you! Salem’s minor league baseball history began at the municipal field. The seven-acre lot, located between Boulevard, Florida and 6th Street, was originally planned for an elementary school. But due to lack of funding, a school […]]]>

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Salem’s minor league baseball history began at the municipal field.



The seven-acre lot, located between Boulevard, Florida and 6th Street, was originally planned for an elementary school. But due to lack of funding, a school was never built there, according to “The Diamond in the Valley,” a history article published in Salem magazine in 2014.

Instead, the city opted for a baseball diamond, which included 2,000-seat concrete bleachers built into the hillside at the site. He made his debut in 1932.

About seven years later, in 1939, the Salem-Roanoke Friends team became the first minor league team to play on the field. Over the years, the team’s name changed to the Salem Rebels, Salem Pirates, and Salem Buccaneers as new affiliate teams took over.

But in 1990, Major League Baseball released a set of minimum rules for stadiums. Salem had a decision to make: renovate the municipal grounds or build a new stadium.

The city chose the latter. After all, Municipal Field was landlocked. Players often hit balls into the yards of neighboring houses.

The new 6,500-seat stadium, called Salem Memorial Baseball Stadium, opened in 1995 on a site between Salem Civic Center and Salem Stadium.

Fast forward to today. Area schools, such as Salem High School and Andrew Lewis Middle School, still play games on the historic municipal grounds. Additionally, weekend tournaments and Virginia High School League championships are held on the grounds.

Only now is the field called Billy Sample Field at Kiwanis Park. In 2019, he was named after Sample, a former Major League Baseball star who grew up in Salem, played for Andrew Lewis High School and went on to play for the Rangers, Yankees and Braves before to retire.

“Salem was a great place to grow up and a great place athletically,” Sample said in a 2019 Salem Magazine article.


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Is my use of the watcher pattern in this js example correct? – JavaScript – SitePoint Forums https://continentalmag.com/is-my-use-of-the-watcher-pattern-in-this-js-example-correct-javascript-sitepoint-forums/ Mon, 02 May 2022 01:16:22 +0000 https://continentalmag.com/is-my-use-of-the-watcher-pattern-in-this-js-example-correct-javascript-sitepoint-forums/ I tried to figure out the observer model. Every time I read an article or watched a video tutorial, it seemed easy. Can you verify if what I did is actually the observer model? Here is the code in codesandbox I created a very basic buy card with three classes: Store, Products, Cart – where […]]]>

I tried to figure out the observer model. Every time I read an article or watched a video tutorial, it seemed easy.

Can you verify if what I did is actually the observer model? Here is the code in codesandbox

I created a very basic buy card with three classes: Store, Products, Cart – where the Store is the observer. I pass the Store to the other two and let them push/record the observation methods, and also let them trigger them all.

In my head the Store should post something and the other two classes should be listening, whereas this code is just taking requests!

It’s like you’re a radio station DJ and I give you a CD and say “when I notify you, put the CD”

While I thought it was the other way around. Cloth Store DJ play any song, and I’ll start dancing at home if you play my favorite song

If someone could take a look at this basic code box just to let me know if I got it right.


Are you just trying to learn the pattern? If so, a shopping cart isn’t the best way to navigate it.

Assuming you just want to learn the model, I’d suggest using something closer to an actual publisher/subscriber model, such as a newspaper or magazine distributor.

I’ll use my actual Sirius Radio subscription as an example. In my car radio, I have set favorite songs/artists (I’m a subscriber, I’m the watcher). When Sirius Radio (publisher) is going to play (publish) one of my “favorites”, I am notified on the screen so I can change channels to hear it. The same happens to everyone else who subscribes to Sirius Radio and has their favorite songs/artists about to play, which may or may not be the same as mine.

All of us subscribers can also unsubscribe at any time, either from the favorites or from the service completely.

Like I said, I totally understand that, but in the actual code it looks like the juggler is being asked to do something different for each observer.

export default class Juggler {
  constructor() {
    this.name = "juggler";
    this.observers = [bobWantsX(), AliceWantsY(), MarkWantsZ()];
  }
  registerObserver(observer) {
    this.observers.push(observer);
  }
  notifyObservers() {
    this.observers.forEach((observer) => observer());
  }
}

As you can roughly see, Bob signed up for X, Alice signed up for Y, Mark signed up for Z.

While your explanation and everything I’ve read, the juggler just juggles() and if Bob wants to see it, he signs up.

From everything I’ve seen, I think my code must be correct just that i didn’t expect it when notifyObservers it would work like this

Going back to your cart example, does it really make sense to switch a store to a cart? When you go grocery shopping, do you pass the store to your stroller/cart or do you pass your groceries to the store for payment?

const observer = new Store(); 
const cart = new Cart({ observer });

It’s a bad name, but it’s the watcher. From the basket I register displayCartItemsI do the same in the products where I register the showCartCount

It shouldn’t be called a store but a watcher (like the variable name) and the shopping cart needs access to its register method.

I would start with a generic implementation instead of a concrete implementation such as a shopping cart. This should make it easier for you to “understand” the pattern.

<script>
class Subject {
    constructor () {
        this.criticalNumber = 0
        this.observers = []
    }

    addObserver (observer) {
        this.observers.push(observer)
    }

    removeObserver (observer) {
        let index = this.observers.findIndex(o => o === observer)
        if (index !== -1) {
            this.observers.splice(index, 1)
        }
    }

    notify () {
        console.log('Notifying observers about some important information')
        this.observers.forEach (observer => {
            observer.update(this.criticalNumber)
        })
    }

    changeCriticalNumber () {
        /* Changing the critical information */
        this.criticalNumber = 42
        /* Notifying the observers about this change */
        this.notify()
    }
}

class Observer {
    constructor (id) {
        this.id = id
    }

    update (criticalNumber) {
        console.log(`Observer ${this.id} - Received an update from the subject ${criticalNumber}`)
    }
}


let s = new Subject()

s.addObserver(new Observer(1))
s.addObserver(new Observer(2))

/* Changing the critical information */
s.changeCriticalNumber()

</script>



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Not that it makes much difference, but to remove an observer you tend to see the Array filter used.

removeObserver (observer) {
  this.observers = this.observers.filter(o => o !== observer)
}

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A look at Kate Douglass’ age group training https://continentalmag.com/a-look-at-kate-douglass-age-group-training/ Mon, 02 May 2022 00:24:00 +0000 https://continentalmag.com/a-look-at-kate-douglass-age-group-training/ In the May issue of Swimming World Magazine, Michael Stott featured Westchester Aquatic Club Coach Carle Fierro. As part of his feature, he looked at the work Fierro did from 2009 to 2017 with Kate Douglass, now an Olympic bronze medalist in the 200-meter individual medley. To have Swimming world magazine and Bi-weekly Swimming World […]]]>

In the May issue of Swimming World Magazine, Michael Stott featured Westchester Aquatic Club Coach Carle Fierro. As part of his feature, he looked at the work Fierro did from 2009 to 2017 with Kate Douglass, now an Olympic bronze medalist in the 200-meter individual medley.

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Often the best gift a coach can give an athlete is the ability to succeed later. And when the athlete builds on this foundation through a work ethic of application, courage, skill and determination, the results can be affirming – for both coach and athlete – and even life changing. , as is the case with Coach. Carle Fierro and swimmer kate douglas.

Carle Fierro, owner and head coach of the Westchester Aquatic Club (New Rochelle, NY), coached Kate Douglass from age 7 to 15. In March, Kate, a junior from the University of Virginia, took her two-year CSCAA All-America credentials to 14 by being part of four winning national championship relays and winning three individual titles – all in different disciplines – at the NCAA Women’s Division I Championships.

In the process, she set U.S., NCAA, and U.S. Open records in the 50-yard freestyle (20.84) and 200 breaststroke (2:02.19) and an American record in the 100 butterfly (49.04). Virginia’s 400m medley and 400m freestyle relays also set US Open, NCAA and US Open standards, while the Cavaliers’ 200m medley relay set a meet record.

Prior to that, the United States national team member won an Olympic bronze medal last summer in the 200-meter IM and won five more medals at the FINA Worlds (SCM) in December.

In high school, Douglass remarked that she had swimming chops. She broke 34-year-old Olympian Dara Torres’ 13-14 age group national record of 22.44 in the 50 free yards while rushing 22.32. A month later, at the 2016 US Winter Juniors, she tied Simone Manuel’s 15-16 NAG mark, clocking a 22.04, a time that helped elevate her status on the US Junior National Swim Team. United.

As a harbinger, at age 13, Douglass achieved two cuts at the Olympic Trials: 50-meter freestyle (25.80) and 200 chest (2:31.37). A year later, she brought the total to four: 50 free (25.60), 100 chest (1:10.43), 200 chest (2:30.40) and 200 IM (2:18.57) . For the smiles, she clocked SCY’s second fastest time in the 200m breaststroke (2:10.89) for girls 13-14 in a local age group meet in an FS2 suit.

LESS IS MORE

Aside from his sprinting abilities, what sets Douglass’ aquatic prowess apart is his versatility. “My philosophy,” says his first teacher, Fierro, “is less is more when developing young swimmers (6 to 12 years old). I believe in multi-levels for the progression of swimmers. All groups do stroke exercises every day.

“At 12, Kate swam around four to five workouts a week, then five to six workouts when she was 13. I believe good technique and teaching swimmers how to train well is more important than the number of meters for 12 and under. I don’t believe in early specialization in stroke. This philosophy and subsequent training allowed Douglass to compile 30 WAC team records and 15 Chelsea Piers in every competitive shot.

“Sometimes it’s still hard to get my swimmers to believe how effective distance per stroke can be in performance. After Kate set the American record (in the 200 yard breaststroke) at the 2022 NCAA, I showed to my senior team the video of Kate at the 2016 Junior Nationals when she swam a 2:10.59 in the 200 breaststroke at age 15. I had them count her strokes per lap. Then I showed them her American Record swimming 200m breaststroke.

“At age 15, Kate’s stroke count was first round 4, second round 6, then 7 and last round 8. Her American swimming record was first round 4, then 6 until last round 7. Visually showing swimmers the DPS connection and swimming fast really gets the message across. I was delighted to hear Kate say she loves competing and training for the 200m breaststroke and 50m freestyle, the first two events she competed in at the Olympic trials when she was 13 years old.

FAST SWIMMING VIA GREAT TECHNIQUE

“I started working with Kate, one of the first multi-sport athletes, in 2009 until the end of January 2017. She was part of my first generation team from Westchester who was really essential in supporting my base of fast swimming thanks to excellent technique.

“When you work with an athlete for so many years, your methodology grows with the athlete over time. That was the case with Kate, who was great fun to coach as an age group. She was extremely focused on perfecting her technique and adhered to swimming and training correctly, directly proportional to swimming fast. She trained alongside the boys, challenged them and never backed down. She simply did outstanding reps in training and kept me on my toes to keep her challenged,” says Fierro.

“Kate had the ability to turn on her speed whenever needed. She would ALWAYS start practices with perfect technique during her drills. She excelled in the Lo-go and Hi-go sets, where she could really work on her ability to control her speed, a trait that made her truly special.When she started growing into a teenager, she experienced pain and I adjusted her training to focus more on technique and kicking. Kate loved setting goals even in training, I kept raising the bar and she never failed to impress.

SAMPLE SETS

workout one
(A SCY set made in October 2016)
• 100 @ 1:30 free
• 100 at 2:00 a.m. return
• 2 x 50 at 1:00 (DPP chest shot without snorkel)
(DPP = distance per pull)
• 3 x 50 @ 1:00 (punch with tuba)
• 3 x 50 at 1:00 a.m. (breast exercise)
• 4 x 25 to: 30 (thrust on the fly DPP)
• 3 x 50 at 1 hour (flying kick with snorkel)
• 6 x 25 to: 30 (flying exercise)
• 3 x 50 to: 50 (rear wheel drive)
• 4 x 50 at 1:00 (back kick)
• 3 x 50 at 1 min (rear exercise)
• 100 at 1:30 (free fire)
• 3 x 50 @ 1:00 (free kick with snorkel)
• 100 at 1:45 (50 drill – 50 perfect)
• 2 x 100 at 1h30 (free shooting)
• 4 x 50 @ 1:00 (free kick with snorkel)
• 100 at 1:45 (50 drill – 50 perfect)
• 3 hours of stretching

Free Set (Kate would hold 12-14 hits per round)
• 3 x 100 @ 1:20 DPS 12 hits per turn
• 4 x 25 @: 30 kicks with “wall buster” working turns
• 6 x 100 at 1:15 a.m. (down from 1:07 a.m. to 1:03 a.m. – 3 paces in less than 1:05 a.m. – 14 to 16 strokes per lap)
• 4 x 25 @: 30 kicks with “wall buster” working turns
• 6 x 100 at 1:10 a.m. (speed less than 1:03 a.m. – 14-16 strokes per lap – Kate held out for 1:01 a.m. to 1:02 a.m. – last: 58)
• 4 x 25 @: 30 working turns against the kick wall
• 3 x 100 @ 1:05 (just do them – 14-16 hits per turn – Kate 1st 1:00, 2nd 1:01, 3rd: 59)
• 50 kick – 50 exercise – 50 perfect
• T100 (all-out 1:00 – 14-16 moves per turn – Kate: 55)
• 100 double arm backs
3x
• 100 DPS long back with fins at 1 min 30
• 2 x 50 fast backstroke @:45 – less than:30 with fins – Kate:27
• 200 chest exercises
1 hour of rest
• 3 x 100 @ 1:40 chest (go down 1-3 – 6-8 SPL – Kate 6 SPL 1:15-1:12-1:08)
1 hour of rest
• 200 chest exercises with 30 sec. Rest
1 hour of rest
• 6 x 50 @ :60-:55-:50-:45-:40-sprint (less than :36 – 6-8 SPL – Kate :32-:33-:34-:34-:34-:32 )
• 4 x 100 at 1:30 IM work transitions

Instant messaging challenge
• 50 @:40 fly – Kate:28
• 50 @:45 return – Kate:32
• 50 @:50 chest – Kate:33
• 50 less than: 30 free – Kate: 27
• 5:00 swim down
2 hours, approximately 7,400

workout two
(2.5 hours, 8,500 meters)
45 minute exercises
• 6 x 50 (descent 1-3 @ :50 – 3 steps on :40)
• 2x
200 (free kick 50 – drill 50 – perfect 50 – 50 double arm)
1 hour of rest
2 x 150 over 2:00 under 1:50
2 x 150 over 1:50 under 1:40
1 x 150 over 1:40 under 1:30
• 200 swimming descents
• Fly Fin Set 20 x 50 fly from dive @: 60 (8 wall kicks work on tempo and breathing @: 55)
• 150 (back 50 kick – 50 drill – 50 perfect)
1 hour of rest
• 8 x 75 backstrokes (25 built – 50 fast backstrokes)
3 @ 1:10 descent
2 @ 1:05 pace
3 @: 60 fast
• 150 (chest 50 kick – 50 exercise – 50 perfect)
1 hour of rest
• 6 x 100 breasts
2 @ 1:50 (6-8 shots per turn)
2 @ 1:40 (6-8 shots per turn)
2 @ 1:30 under 1:15 (6-8 shots per turn)
• Kick 200 IM on the back
• 8 x 25 flies
2 @:30
3 descent @ :25
3 rapids @ :20
15 sec. Rest
• 3 x 50 return (down 1-3 @:40)
15 sec. Rest
• 4 x 50 breaststroke @:45 (1 perfect – one frame – 2 paces)
15 sec. Rest
• 5 x 50 free at: 35 (additional rest the last)
• 5:00 swim down

Michael J. Stott is an ASCA Level 5 coach, golf and swimming writer. His critically acclaimed golf novel, “Too Much Loft”, was published in June 2021 and is available at store.Bookbaby.com, Amazon, B&N and book distributors worldwide.

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Kanye West’s label sued over King Crimson sample https://continentalmag.com/kanye-wests-label-sued-over-king-crimson-sample/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 14:38:00 +0000 https://continentalmag.com/kanye-wests-label-sued-over-king-crimson-sample/ One of the most unique excerpts from Kanye West’s songbook is his use of “21st Century Schizoid Man” on his 2010 track “Power.” In the hugely popular rap song, West merges the chorus of King Crimson At the Court of the Crimson King opens the album in its own hook, using the 1969 track’s futuristic […]]]>

One of the most unique excerpts from Kanye West’s songbook is his use of “21st Century Schizoid Man” on his 2010 track “Power.” In the hugely popular rap song, West merges the chorus of King Crimson At the Court of the Crimson King opens the album in its own hook, using the 1969 track’s futuristic proclamation as a description of its own controversial personality in the 21st century spotlight. Unfortunately, a copyright holder of the King Crimson song is suing West’s record label, Universal Music Group, for allegedly withholding sample royalties for “Power.”

Like Variety reports, a mechanical rights holder of “21st Century Schizoid Man”, Declan Colgan Music Ltd, claims that UMG is not meeting the agreed streaming royalty rate that was negotiated in 2010, after West first uploaded ” Power” on YouTube without officially licensing the sample for legal use. The legal agreement they drafted would have held that DCM’s royalties would be split the same as West’s and would be paid at an equal rate for physical and streaming sales.

According to DCM’s lawyers, the tariff paid by UMG for the streams is insufficient, and lower than what it would collect on CD sales, which are of course less widespread today than they were during the drafting of the contract in 2010.

DCM alleges that UMG “failed, and continues to fail, in its obligations to account for royalties under a mode of operation, namely the provision of Power [r]to consumers through so-called “streaming” services.

In a Facebook post on his personal page, King Crimson founding guitarist Robert Fripp wrote, “There is a longer story to be told, and one likely to amaze innocent and decent ordinary people who believe that the ‘one is paid fairly for his work, and on the fixed pay day.’

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Paul Hollywood will taste all kinds of Mexican cuisines in the new Channel 4 show https://continentalmag.com/paul-hollywood-will-taste-all-kinds-of-mexican-cuisines-in-the-new-channel-4-show/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 03:43:29 +0000 https://continentalmag.com/paul-hollywood-will-taste-all-kinds-of-mexican-cuisines-in-the-new-channel-4-show/ Paul Hollywood will sample all sorts of interesting and authentic Mexican dishes, from crocodile tacos to baked tarantulas, on his newly commissioned Channel 4 show. Paul Hollywood Eats Mexico will see the famous baker travel across the country to learn about its culture, character and history through its cuisine. The three-part series will take Hollywood […]]]>

Paul Hollywood will sample all sorts of interesting and authentic Mexican dishes, from crocodile tacos to baked tarantulas, on his newly commissioned Channel 4 show.

Paul Hollywood Eats Mexico will see the famous baker travel across the country to learn about its culture, character and history through its cuisine.

The three-part series will take Hollywood from off-the-beaten-track capital Mexico City to Tijuana and Cancun, experiencing plenty of culinary surprises along the way.

The three-part series will take Hollywood from the capital city of Mexico City, off the beaten path to Tijuana and Cancun (PA)

In the first episode, Judge Bake Off will be led by a guide known as The Taco Hunter, as he explores the city to sample the simple yet delicious taco al pastor.

The trip also includes a visit to the Central Market of Abasto where he will sample a variety of unusual fruits and other local delicacies including grilled cockroaches, crocodile tacos and baked tarantulas.

Hollywood will also travel to the infamous US-Mexico border wall in Tijuana to take a food tour of restaurants in Sonora, Sinaloan, Jaliscan and Guadalajara.

He will then head to a cactus restaurant to see the prickly plant transformed into a delicious dish.

In Cancun, Hollywood is presented with a six-course banquet of ancient Mayan-inspired cuisine and spends a rowdy evening drinking beer in a cantina, while being educated in all things Tequila and Mezcal.

He’ll also complete a chilli-themed restaurant challenge before discovering the ultimate cure for a Mexican hangover.

The baker will also have the opportunity to show off his own impressive skills and he will join Mexico’s top chef Elena Reygadas for a lesson in how to make Concha, Mexico’s most popular Pan Dulce.

Hollywood also finds itself forced to judge a pasta contest in a small town with a very unexpected connection to Cornwall, and finds itself helping to bake a delightfully decorated four-tier Quinceanera cake for a fifteenth birthday party.

“Mexico is an amazing country, with amazing people and amazing food. The surprises never stopped coming,” Hollywood said.

“For example, I never thought I’d be judging a Cornish Pasty competition in a Mexican town square, backed by a mariachi band.

“Which, for the avoidance of doubt, I did.”

Ian Dunkley, Factual Entertainment Editor at Channel 4, said: “Paul Hollywood takes us beyond burritos, nachos and enchiladas to show us what Mexican food and drink is really about.

Paul Hollywood Eats Mexico will air on Channel 4 later in 2022.

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The 808 Best Sample Packs for Trap and Hip-Hop (Free Downloads Included) https://continentalmag.com/the-808-best-sample-packs-for-trap-and-hip-hop-free-downloads-included/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 20:07:36 +0000 https://continentalmag.com/the-808-best-sample-packs-for-trap-and-hip-hop-free-downloads-included/ The 808 Best Sample Packs for Trap & Hip-Hop in 2022 808 sub kicks form an essential part of modern bass music. As a producer of trap, hip-hop, dubstep and all heavier varieties of electronic music, it’s essential that you have a good collection of subs and kicks in your library – whether under the […]]]>

The 808 Best Sample Packs for Trap & Hip-Hop in 2022

808 sub kicks form an essential part of modern bass music. As a producer of trap, hip-hop, dubstep and all heavier varieties of electronic music, it’s essential that you have a good collection of subs and kicks in your library – whether under the form ready-to-use samples, one-shots, loops, or created by yourself through plugins such as Serum or Massive. However, if you think you need good 808s for your music, here is a list of the best 808 sample packs below.

The 808 best sample packs for trap and hip-hop:

1. Zenhize Universal kicks 808€26.94

2. SURGE Sounds 808 Vol. 1$10.00

3. Sound of Apollo 808 bass samples$26.26

4. Cymatics Trap and 808$37.00

5. Patch areas 808 bass samples$8.08

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Check out the brief descriptions of all the 808 sample packs mentioned below and as always there are some free shiny 808 sample packs for you in case you make it to the end of the article!

Premium 808 Sample Packs:

1. Zenhize Universal kicks 808€26.94

Universal kicks 808 is one of the most varied 808 kick drum test packs at any time, it was Zenhiser’s goal to ensure an 808 kick drum pack that could be used in almost any studio in the world. They used a slew of detachable effects and gear to capture the sound, warmth, and sonic character never before heard in 808 kicks. In total, the pack consists of 300 different 808 kicks, from Short to Falling & FX.

2. SURGE Sounds 808 Vol. 1$10.00

This pack is the latest collection of 100,808 bass one-shots inspired by Kodak Black, Travis Scott, Offset and many more trap/hip-hop heavyweights. 808 Vol. 1 is loaded with bass in the tones do, do#, re, re#, mi, fa, sol, la and si. to take your hip-hop productions to the next professional level. It is based on a review of the quality of 808s used in the outline of the successes of the acts mentioned.

Listen to a preview of the pack here.

3. Sound of Apollo 808 bass samples$26.26

To make this pack, Apollo Sound took the famous Roland TR-808 drum machine and just a few incredible synths of simple, computerized gear (Dave Smith Mopho, Yamaha Motif, Access Virus, Korg Volca Bass), inspected a huge amount of sound sources from them, tuned and mixed perfectly. It’s an absolute compilation of endlessly catchy, must-have top-notch 808 basses in the possession of any trap & hip-hop artist or music producer.

Over 350 sounds in total, including one-shots, 808 MIDI loops, Xfer Serum 808 presets, and more.

Motivated by the adaptability of the trap genre, Cymatics’ accomplished creative group created the “Trap and 808s” Premium Sample Library – a broadly inclusive assortment of over 900 samples that showcase the absolute best Trap music has to deliver. at the table. You’ll experience rich 808 kicks in every key included in the sample pack. Cymatics put extra emphasis on ensuring that the sub and music passed for all of them – at least, for the most minimal ratings.

Before you buy, listen to some samples here.

This pack highlights 100 sounds produced using 808 scratch-tuned bass sounds. The vast majority of them used simple synthesizers, computerized sine waves, guitar amps, and unusual percussion from various patch packs. All examples are without eminence, tuned in C, and composed by length and effect.

Top 5 FREE 808 Sample Packs:

1. Cymatics 808 Mob – Hip Hop Sample Pack (Limited time only)

2. Tri-samples 808 Trapstep Pack Vol. 2

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PinkPantheress and Willow sample Paramore on “Where you are” https://continentalmag.com/pinkpantheress-and-willow-sample-paramore-on-where-you-are/ Fri, 22 Apr 2022 10:06:12 +0000 https://continentalmag.com/pinkpantheress-and-willow-sample-paramore-on-where-you-are/ PinkPantheress’ new single samples Paramore’s Never leave that To go. Last week the to hell with that The artist has announced that his next release will be a collaboration with Willow Smith. Released today (April 22) Where are you features PinkPantheress and Willow sharing vocal duties, with production by Mura Masa and Skrillex. Paramore is […]]]>

PinkPantheress’ new single samples Paramore’s Never leave that To go.

Last week the to hell with that The artist has announced that his next release will be a collaboration with Willow Smith. Released today (April 22) Where are you features PinkPantheress and Willow sharing vocal duties, with production by Mura Masa and Skrillex. Paramore is also listed in the writing credits. The featured song is Never let it goextract from the first album of the American group in 2005 All we know is fall.

PinkPantheress previously said that Paramore and Hayley Williams inspired her to pursue music. In an interview with the BBC earlier this year she revealed that seeing the band perform at the Reading Festival in 2014 was a formative moment. “I was 15, right at the fence and Hayley Williams looked like she was having so much fun,” PinkPantheress said. “Then I realized she was being paid extra! I was like, ‘I want to do this.’ It changed my perspective.

In his Collections Vol. 3 cover interview PinkPantheress also referenced Paramore when talking about her own eclectic sound. ““The beat might be drum ‘n’ bass, but the writing style might be something you’d hear in a hyperpop song, or Paramore or Panic from the early 2000s! at the disco,” she said.

Where are you is the first new material from PinkPantheress since the release of her debut mixtape to hell with that. Check out the track below.

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Cryobox Covid-19 Tube Rack Sample Management https://continentalmag.com/cryobox-covid-19-tube-rack-sample-management/ Mon, 11 Apr 2022 13:42:35 +0000 https://continentalmag.com/cryobox-covid-19-tube-rack-sample-management/ Ziath reports on the widespread adoption of its DataPaq™ Cube rack reader in Covid-19 testing labs for tracking sample tubes cryogenically stored in cryoboxes. Tracking large numbers of Covid-19 RNA extraction samples can be an onerous task. Many labs around the world use 2mL screw cap tubes with 2D barcodes on the base for this […]]]>

Ziath reports on the widespread adoption of its DataPaq™ Cube rack reader in Covid-19 testing labs for tracking sample tubes cryogenically stored in cryoboxes. Tracking large numbers of Covid-19 RNA extraction samples can be an onerous task. Many labs around the world use 2mL screw cap tubes with 2D barcodes on the base for this work, including labs equipped through the successful UN/IAEA supply program.

Screw cap tubes with 2D barcodes are widely available from many different manufacturers and are supplied in cryoboxes that can hold eighty-one 2ml tubes or up to 100 smaller tubes in a 13 square format. x 13cm. Optimized performance for this rack size – the DataPaq™ Cube has pre-loaded sample management templates that can be selected for 81, 100, 121 or 196 tube cryobox formats provided by various manufacturers.

Reading a cryobox full of 100 tubes of Covid-19 samples only takes a second

Special pre-cut “masks” allow the DataPaq™ Cube to securely hold cryoboxes of different formats and from different suppliers, as these can sometimes differ slightly in their external dimensions. Reading a full cryobox of 100 Covid-19 sample tubes and decoding their barcodes takes just one second for the full rack using Ziath’s latest AI-powered DP5 software. The resulting Covid-19 sample tube barcodes are displayed in tabular form with a helpful image showing the successfully decoded tubes. This important data can be exported in .csv, .png, .txt, .xls, .pdf or Python format to any connected LIMS or inventory management system such as Ziath’s Samples software.

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Roest Launches L100 Sample Roaster; Arrival of the P2000 production machineDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine https://continentalmag.com/roest-launches-l100-sample-roaster-arrival-of-the-p2000-production-machinedaily-coffee-news-by-roast-magazine/ Fri, 08 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://continentalmag.com/roest-launches-l100-sample-roaster-arrival-of-the-p2000-production-machinedaily-coffee-news-by-roast-magazine/ The new Roest L100 sample roaster. Photo by Bagus Heru Setiawan of The Espresso Lab & Roastery. All images courtesy of Roest. Norwegian roasting equipment manufacturer Roest (formerly Røst) is rolling out the L100 variant of its AI-driven hybrid sample roaster. At the same time, the company is readying its next big release, a 2 […]]]>

The new Roest L100 sample roaster. Photo by Bagus Heru Setiawan of The Espresso Lab & Roastery. All images courtesy of Roest.

Norwegian roasting equipment manufacturer Roest (formerly Røst) is rolling out the L100 variant of its AI-driven hybrid sample roaster. At the same time, the company is readying its next big release, a 2 kilo electric commercial coffee roaster called the P2000.

Roest will be exhibiting the L100 at the Specialty Coffee Expo in Boston this week (booth #331), where representatives will also share information about the upcoming P2000 roaster.

(See our full Expo 2022 coverage here.)

Roest L100 Sample Roaster

The electrically powered Roest L100 comes to market with black panels as opposed to the white panels of a 2020 pilot version or the wooden panels of the original Roest model, the S100.

Handles made of PTFE polymer provide durability and heat resistance. The L100 includes the same environmental and grain temperature sensors as the S100, while adding new drum and exhaust temperature sensors.

Two additional slots are available on the L100 for additional sensors, including a K-type sensor and a PT100-type sensor, for a potential total of six sensors that can be installed upon customer request.

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Photo by Bagus Heru Setiawan of The Espresso Lab & Roastery.

“The combination of the design and multiple sensors makes the sample roasters ideal for research purposes and also for coffee companies with advanced requirements,” Veronika Galova Bolduc, marketing manager at Roest, told the Daily Coffee. News. “The more accurate coffee data we can provide during roasting, the better it is for consistency and, more importantly, for new insights we can gain from it.”

Reinforced stirring paddles inside the L100’s drum are three times stronger than those of the S100, while a proximity sensor on the L100 alerts users to beans waiting to be removed from the tray cooling.


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“When you have a fully automated coffee roaster, you might find yourself overly focused on the other important tasks of your job,” Bolduc said, “so it’s really helpful when the machine tells you that you need to remove the coffee from the coffee tray. cooling to avoid two batches mixing together in one tray.

The Roest P2000 commercial coffee roaster

Featuring a hybrid drum and hot air roasting system similar to what is found in other Roest machines, the larger P2000 is designed to roast batches of 1 to 2 kilograms (2.2 to 4. 4 books).

The machine weighs approximately 60 kilos (132 pounds) while operating on 3,500 to 5,500 watts (1 or 3 phase). While sample roasters draw hot air through openings at each end of the drum, the P2000 pushes air through the entire bean mass, which Roest says increases roasting energy efficiency. larger batches while allowing faster roasting and lower temperatures.

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The next P2000 coffee roaster from Roest.

The heating elements at each end of the P2000 roasting chamber are monitored by a dedicated temperature sensor which corresponds to a bean temperature sensor (BT) and an ambient temperature sensor (ET). The automated system is designed to maintain and adjust temperatures precisely and evenly.

The machine will also have the first sample roaster crack detection function as well as color tracking function, chaff compression system, housing design promoting ease of maintenance and more features, according to the society.

“Our final prototype is currently in production,” Roest CTO, co-founder and product developer Sverre Simonsen told Daily Coffee News. “We aim to have a small number of roasters ready for assembly and testing after the summer, and these will go to our first ‘pilot’ customers… Unfortunately the new prototype will not be ready for the SCA Expo in Boston but we are confident to bring the final model to the United States next year, which will be ready for purchase.

Simonsen said the estimated price for a P2000 would start at $16,000. The Roest L100 is available now in configurations ranging from $7,200 to $7,850 (excluding VAT).


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