Yep, good old 273C, pronounced like "two-three-seven, see" or "two-three-seven-c" is the right angle with downwards zig-zag arrow. 🤔
This is just a proof of concept right now, but I basically want to create a little dashboard in ther browser that will follow live baseball games and, in real-time, show the probabilities of each outcome of each player's next at-bat. Then you can look at the numbers of your chart for who's about to be up and easily to compare it to bets available at your sportsbook, and this should then allow you to always bet at a theoretical advantage.
Sketch is a decent vector drawing program for mac and windows, but it has a pretty BS licensing policy that says any individual must buy a separate license for every computer he or she owns (check here if you don't believe me). Once I discovered that I said to myself, "yeah, fuck that" and proceeded to look for another vector drawing application. However, I found this nifty little github repo containing an application that will run Sketch as if it's been licensed! 😈
I this previous blog post I wrote about how you could use the Flex & Follow setting in Logic Pro X to change the bpm of audio files while keeping them in key. Welp, after doing some experimenting this is now my go-to method for changing the tempo of acapella vocals so I can lay them over a cool instrumental background of whatever remix I'd like to make.
When you change the tempo of your project in Logic Pro X it automatically changes any midi in your project to fit the new bpm. However, audio files by default will not change. However, you can make them change to follow the tempo changes, and in fact all you need to do is check a box for each audio track you want to follow the bpm!
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