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Ticking Clock torrent
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8Dio Clocks is supreme for driving motion and highlighting rhythms. The library contains all the clock sounds you'll ever need, with sound-sources like the famous Ikea Egg, Vintage Alarm Clocks, Pocket Watches, Upright Clocks, Digital & Electronic Clocks, and a variety of different relay elements. We promise you a dedicated clock library with all the clock-sounds you will ever need.
8Dio Clocks is built into our latest Hybrid Cinematic 3D User Interface, which also includes its own step-sequencer, so you can create advanced pulses by cycling through various clock sounds. It also includes our famous CHAOS FX engine, which allows you to stack several different patches together or combine them for modern drum kits and more!
Each clock sound was recorded with several Round-Robin repetitions which are laid out over the keyboard for uncompromising control over the sounds. To extend the possibilities of tick-tock effects, we added our time-tested FX Chaos Engine, with step-sequenced filters, 3-band equalizer, degrader, stereo delay, and more!
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One of the most annoying things that you can coming from under the hood of your Pontiac Torrent is a ticking lifter. The ticking noise makes it sound like the engine is going to give up the ghost at any time.
Pushrods are used in engines where the camshaft is located in the engine block, and not in the head. Pushrods connect the camshaft to the lifters. If they bend, it will usually cause a horrible ticking sound.
Fireworks opens with a Pieta - a virile sailor carries a young man, played by Anger himself. The young man awakes in his bed. What appears at first to be a (very large) erection under the sheets is playfully revealed to be a totem statue. Shirtless, he strides about the room and then slowly dresses to go out. He cruises a sailor who strips off his shirt and flexes his impressive muscles in extended close-ups. When Anger asks him to light his cigarette, the sailor punches him. Chased by a gang of sailors, he is beaten mercilessly. In a nod to Dali, his chest is ripped open to reveal a ticking clock. A cleansing torrent of milk, obviously meant to represent an orgasmic release, cascades down his bloody face in close-up. Naked, he comes back to life in a public restroom. The virile sailor returns and unbuttons his fly to reveal a roman candle which shoots fireworks in all directions.
Karen doesn't know that, of course. She's killing more people than the Raps want dead, but there is a ticking clock on all of them. They're all dead. That's why killing each other does nothing in the long run.
Katie and Will cannot leave the bloc. They have to dig a little deeper and get the message out to everyone about the ticking clock on their lives. They cannot allow the people in that block to continue killing each other.
8Dio are no strangers to following a cinematic trend, especially the innovative work of Hans Zimmer. They have released Taiko ensembles (The Thin Red Line, The Dark Knight), Shephard Tones (Dunkirk) and now Clocks (Interstellar). The deep sampling of various clock ticks makes for quite an odd library, so is it simply a nod to a recent scoring trend or does it have a wider use?
Clocks is perhaps the smallest download of a library I have had for some time as the nature of such short samples would dictate, but it does still contain a huge range of clock types. There is everything from stopwatches to vintage timepieces and egg timers to grandfather clocks. It may seem like overkill, but in use this range is quite practical. Each set has such a narrow focus of frequency that some are much better than others when layering with bigger percussive sounds and it is a cinch to audition the different choices.
The oil keeps all the moving components in your engine lubricated, preventing catastrophic damage from friction and heat. An engine with low oil or low oil pressure can make a ticking noise due to a lack of lubrication. If you are low on oil, it may indicate either oil consumption or an oil leak, both of which should be addressed as soon as possible. If you have low oil pressure, you will likely get a warning on the dash. Low pressure can be caused by a faulty oil pump or incorrect oil viscosity and is a very serious condition that can destroy your engine if not addressed.
Depending on the make and model of your vehicle, valves that are out of adjustment can cause a ticking noise. This is especially applicable on older, higher mileage vehicles. Some modern automakers like Honda still require a valve adjustment on higher mileage motors. Getting the valves correctly adjusted will not only silence the ticking, but can improve engine response, power, and smoothness.
Not all ticking noises are bad. The majority of motors will have some degree of methodical ticking when they are running. The fuel injectors, purge valve, and PCV valve can all produce a ticking noise, but it will generally be quieter.
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John Harrison was a carpenter by trade who was self-taught in clock making. During the mid-1720s he designed a series of remarkable precision longcase clocks. These clocks achieved an accuracy of one second in a month, far better than any clocks of the time.
In order to solve the problem of Longitude, Harrison aimed to devise a portable clock which kept time to within three seconds a day. This would make it far more accurate than even the best watches of the time.
Harrison began his time working in London with Edmond Halley, second Astronomer Royal and a Commissioner of Longitude. He was received warmly at Greenwich, but Halley felt unable to judge his work. Instead, he sent him to clockmaker George Graham.
At last, it seemed, here was a timekeeper that might be used to determine longitude at sea. Because of the clock's two interconnected swinging balances, it is unaffected by the motion of a ship - it is essentially a portable version of Harrison's precision wooden clocks.
The voyage out to Lisbon began poorly for both Harrison and his clock. By the time they reached Lisbon however, the machine was going much more reliably. It was transferred to the Orford for the return, and this journey led to much better results.
Harrison moved to London soon after the Lisbon trial and within the two years promised he finished his second sea-clock. However, H2 never went to trial, because Harrison had discovered a fundamental flaw.
Harrison began work on his third attempt, H3, in 1740, and would continue to work on it for 19 years. While it was running and being tested within five years, it became clear that the clock would struggle to keep time to the accuracy desired. Harrison was forced to make many changes and adjustments.
Nine years after his testimony led to the conviction of serial killer Jon Forster (Neal McDonough), forensic psychiatrist Jack Gramm (Al Pacino) learns that a copycat murder has been committed -- most likely to cast doubt on the conviction and set up a stay of execution. As Forster gives TV interviews from death row, Gramm gets a phone call informing him that he has 88 minutes to live. His investigation (which moves strangely slowly, given the ticking-clock set up) leads to many suspects, including students at the university where he teaches, his teaching assistant Kim (Alicia Witt), ethereal colleague Carol (Deborah Kara Unger), and a young man on a motorcycle. The murder scenes are grisly (women hang upside down by one leg, cut with a scalpel so they slowly bleed to death), and Gramm isn't exactly helped along by friend/FBI agent Frank Parks (William Forsythe), especially when Gramm is implicated in the latest murder.