On Tue, 2 Jul 2013 09:40:50 -0700
Rusty Perez wrote:
> Hi folks,
If you can't get rid of the cricket, try using him as part of the studio.
Since the number of chirps per minute (cpm) is dependent on temperature,
figure out how many cpm you need to mesh with the bpm of the music you're
working on, and set the studio temp accordingly. Voila! Instant chirp
To convert cricket chirps to degrees Fahrenheit, count number of chirps
in 14 seconds then add 40 to get temperature.
Example: 30 chirps + 40 = 70° F
To convert cricket chirps to degrees Celsius, count number of chirps in
25 seconds, divide by 3, then add 4 to get temperature.
Example: 48 chirps /(divided by) 3 + 4 = 20° C
So if you're working on a piece in 4/4 that is 120 BPM, a 70° F studio will
give you 1 chirp per measure.
Joe Hartley - UNIX/network Consultant - firstname.lastname@example.org
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