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VEGEteK #002 - LTspice simulation tutorial
« on: February 17, 2017, 09:53:49 AM »
This is episode 2 of my channel, only 1 video per year like a pro xD. I hope it helps! I will get a better laptop and camera by the end of the month, when the real efforts will start I hope!



It is about basics of LTSpice simulator, just using the tools and introduction to the software itself.

Looking forward to your opinions!

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Re: VEGEteK #002 - LTspice simulation tutorial
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2017, 07:46:39 PM »
Hi there,

Your English is understandable so that is good, I'm not sure what kind of mic you are using I'm hearing a bit of echo maybe?  Something like that makes it a little difficult to hear. You may want to check out and test a different mic to see if it makes a difference. I like the walk through though. :)



 
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Re: VEGEteK #002 - LTspice simulation tutorial
« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2017, 12:21:37 AM »
Hi there,

Your English is understandable so that is good, I'm not sure what kind of mic you are using I'm hearing a bit of echo maybe?  Something like that makes it a little difficult to hear. You may want to check out and test a different mic to see if it makes a difference. I like the walk through though. :)

My English is awesome but speech is not that good due to never practicing it xD. I worked as a translator for Anime shows using English to Arabic with some knowledge of Japanese.

Anyway, I didn't use any mic at all xD! it is just the damn wooden laptop alone. At the end of the month I will surely get a new laptop and make sure I will get a nice headset with it to be able to record better.

thanks!

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Re: VEGEteK #002 - LTspice simulation tutorial
« Reply #3 on: February 18, 2017, 01:30:34 AM »
If you want to cut down on echoes, use some soft furnishings - like curtains or mats to cover hard, acoustically reflective surfaces.  Acoustic tile - if you want to get really into it - but soft furnishings work well.
 


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