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This module allows to skip tracks that match a specified search query. By default the component will skip all files with RATING set to 1. The query is configured in Preferences -> Advanced -> Playback -> Skip Tracks.
Time expressions are also supported. For example to skip all bad or recently played files you can use the following query: %rating% IS 1 OR %last_played% DURING LAST 8 HOURS
The component also offers functionality to skip only parts of a track. To utilize the partial skipping set a tag field SKIP with timecodes that you want skipped. For example SKIP=0:00:00-0:01:25 (or simply SKIP=-0:01:25) to skip the first 85 seconds.
Track skipping has a few milliseconds of delay before activating which may allow beginning of gapless tracks to be heard. If you wish to have perfect glitchless skipping please add Skip Track into the DSP chain.
The DAW itself should have an option to “Skip Empty Tracks” if you’re just looking to be a free rider. That is, it’s entirely possible to press the down arrow in the DAW and just hit play with nothing currently selected in order to skip empty tracks.
This DAW tracks feature is built into your OS:
Mac OS X 10.9+
Track skipping is enabled in Preferences > Advanced > Playback > Skip Tracks.
Track skipping is available in Edit > Preferences > General
Find large duplicate rows in a SQL Server table
I have a table with 500 columns and millions of rows, and I’d like to find the most duplicate (basically, the largest rows) for each column.
I have tried this with the built-in SELECT DISTINCT x FROM x GROUP BY x, but this doesn’t work for the entire table. It gets stuck on the largest size, ignoring the rest.
Can anyone offer a solution?
A little PIVOT
SELECT [ColumnName], max([Row]) as [Row] FROM (
SELECT [ColumnName], COUNT(*) as [Row] FROM table1 GROUP BY [ColumnName]
) as pvt
GROUP BY pvt.[ColumnName]
You can use this:
;with MaxRows as (
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[Tools/Keyboard macro] enables the use of keyboard shortcuts. The macro is active when using the keyboard to play the component. In Preferences ->
Advanced -> Keyboard macro all commands can be found and assigned.
Note: Commands are sorted alphabetically.
MEDIUM. Wave file playback is done using Media Foundation.
INSTRUMENT. Audio is passed to the DSP chain and through the modulation. The output is the input to the next instrument chain.
APPLY. Apply the effect to all audio or a selection.
EXIT. Exit from the Effect plugin (skipping the next track).
SUMMON. Summon the plugin by clicking on the icon.
DELETE. Delete the Effect.
Note: Please read the note in SoundTouch author’s post.
SoundTouch, a free reverb plugin for Windows, is one of those rare plugins that have a Linux counterpart and is just as good as the Windows version.
DSP or dsp.exe compatible
Free Reverb library.
(Other free plugins I know are Gemini Reverb for Windows and Hires Reverb for Linux.)
Reverb plugins work best when used together, where you have an instrument and a reverb plugin. (Some reverbs sound better when used standalone, and have lots of features that aren’t available when used with instruments.)
While you could use SoundTouch or any of the reverb plugins available on Linux, if you’re using Windows, you might want to try the free SoundForge plugin.
You can get it here.
It has all the same features as SoundTouch, and the Linux version has more features that are also available on Windows.
Monday, April 15, 2014
Good Vibes Collection: Wednesday, April 17
9:30 a.m. We, the children of the world, will celebrate our human rights with ASEAN’s “Conference on the Establishment of an ASEAN Community” in Manila. The program will take place at the Philippine Arena, and will be live-streamed on The Filipino Channel.
12:00 p.m. Chito Miranda and Jana Montero present the Philippine version of The Voice, the ultimate singing talent competition. Watch as the kids in the Philippines
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This component will skip tracks that match a specified search query.
By default the component will skip all files with RATING set to 1. The
query is configured in Preferences -> Advanced -> Playback -> Skip
Time expressions are also supported. For example to skip all bad or
recently played files you can use the following query: %rating% IS 1
OR %last_played% DURING LAST 8 HOURS
The component also offers functionality to skip only parts of a track.
To utilize the partial skipping set a tag field SKIP with timecodes
that you want skipped. For example SKIP=0:00:00-0:01:25 (or simply
SKIP=-0:01:25) to skip the first 85 seconds.
The documentation is pretty good, but I feel I’m not able to find what I need…
Is it possible to skip all tracks with rating over 1?
Does the component offer an expression to skip only tracks with rated 1-10, 11-20, 21-30 or 31-50?
Can foo skip detect bad / failed / unplayable tracks?
Can foo skip detect tracks that were skipped in a previous run?
Is there a way to skip tracks with a certain rating (over, under or equal) without including the 1.
You can skip all tracks with RATING set to 1 with the following query:
foo skip %last_played% dURING LAST 10 MINUTES
DURING (operator) will give you all tracks that match the condition while within the given time range, and %last_played% will give you the last X minutes.
You can modify the time range with this in the advanced tab:
You can skip only tracks with a rating of 1-10, 11-20, 21-30 or 31-50 with the following:
foo skip %rating% dURING LAST 10 MINUTES
You can skip only tracks with a bad rating of 1-10, 11-20, 21-30 or 31-50, or a failed rating of 1-10, 11-20, 21-30 or 31-50 with the following:
foo skip %bad_rating% dURING LAST 10 MINUTES
foo skip %failed_rating% dURING LAST 10 MINUTES
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This module implements a web interface for the MPD daemon. Besides handling MPD URI based requests, it also implements a web server to serve MPD resources. The MPD implementation is written in C and is based on the libmpd API. The web server is written in PHP and is designed for easy deployment. To use the server you need to copy the web directory (containing the index.php file) to a web server and configure the web server to serve the provided index.php file. The web server does not require any other PHP modules to work and should work on any web server that supports PHP.
Enabling and using the web interface and the Web Server
The web interface is installed as a part of the MPD module.
First enable the module with the Modules -> Enable Modules… command.
Then you will need to run the “MPDWebServer -> Start” command in your browser.
The Web Server part is installed separately.
In the preferences you can specify a URI that should be used to serve the web interface. The default value for this URI is “”.
To use this URI, you need to run the “MPDWebServer -> Start” command in your web browser.
If you want to have the web interface loaded as a page in your browser, you can put it in a web application. This can be done by copying the directory to your local web server.
Running the module is very easy. You can start the daemon with MPDWebServer -> Start and then connect to the web interface with MPDWebServer ->
The web interface uses the MPD URI to access the Daemon.
For example you can open in your web browser and you will be connected to the MPD daemon.
— MPDClient ->
HTTP is the protocol to talk to the web interface and the Daemon
(MPDClient). Most commands are sent in a HTTP POST request. Some
commands have a corresponding “verb” GET request, some have only
a payload and some commands don’t have a body at all.
— MPDWebServer ->
This command starts the web server, and points it to
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– Dual X-Fi SFC or two X-Fi SFCs
– Intel HD Audio or High Definition Audio
– Windows 7 or later
– Internet connection to download Game Installation files
– Controller: Mouse & Keyboard, a standard controller is not supported
– For first time controller setup, please use the same controller as you use for other games. (All controllers other than mouse & keyboard are not supported)
– USB keyboard is recommended for gameplay.
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