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Adjust the loop markers to select the part you want to sample. This should be the strongest part of the track -- Guetta took the chorus from Heroes.The first two points on the frequency line correspond to the bass and can be adjusted to remove it.Create a drum track. Go to the Live Device Browser icon o band choose Instruments. Select a drum kit from the Drum Tracks set and drag it onto the Midi track. Clik the round icon at the base of the drum track. Make sure the Computer Midi Keyboard icon in the top right is highlighted, then use the keys from the centre row of your keyboard to hit snares, kicks and high-hats. To record the drums, click the clip's Play button.
Return to Instruments and browse the bass options. You can also download emulators that recreate the sound of classic basses.Guetta recommends Minimonsta, which is an emulation of the classic Moog synthesiser: It's the fattest bass sound. To access a plug-in, go to the Plug-In Device Browser, underneath the Live Device Browser.
Set the master tempo for your set -- shown in the very top left corner. Click the Warp button for each clip to make sure individual clips conform to this.It's time to assemble the components of your track. Click the Stop Clips button in the Master track on the right, then click Stop on the main control bar twice to reset all your samples. Press Record -- now any samples and loops you launch will be part of your track. Keep things simple: Have as few elements as possible, says Guetta. Everything has to be useful. The more elements, the more muddy the music is.
When you're done, hit Stop. Change to Arrangement view by pressing Tab on your keyboard. Here you can see your mashup laid out in its entirety. Rearrange the track by dragging and dropping clips, or jump back to Session View.Following in the footsteps of previous Surface models, the setup is simple: a large tablet with an in-built kickstand that's primarily designed to work with Microsoft's snap-on keyboards, for which you must pay extra.What sets the Surface 3 apart, however, is that the tablet has been significantly slimmed down. The message Microsoft wants you to hear is that the Surface 3 is designed for those who value portability over power. had the opportunity to hold the Surface 3 and Surface Pro 3 simultaneously and there is a tangible difference between both the size and weight.

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For a start, at 10.8 inches the screen is smaller and it's also slimmer. At 12.8 inches the Surface Pro 3 can be quite ungainly to hold and play with when in straightforward tablet mode, whereas the Surface 3 offers the level of comfort you'd generally associate with a larger tablet.Don't expect iPad Air levels of svelte though; one thing Microsoft has been very firm about is that it will not compromise over the inclusion of a USB port, which means it has not been able to shave as many millimetres off the Surface 3 as perhaps it otherwise would have liked. All of its market research suggests that students and small and medium business owners -- target markets for this device -- will not buy the Surface 3 to work on if it doesn't have a USB port.
USB may be present, but there's no sign of USB-C, the port that caused much palava at the recent launch of Apple's latest MacBook and is expected at some point to replace USB as the new standard. Microsoft says it will of course be willing to adopt a new standard when one comes along, but the company is clearly not willing to lead this revolution. This perhaps isn't the boldest move, but it is almost definitely the best choice in terms of marketing.
On the whole, Microsoft has managed to keep the Surface 3 package lovely and neat. It now charges via Micro-USB, which will be a huge boon for users. Being able to use a universal charger to juice up the Surface is the kind of thing that will likely only reveal its full usefulness to users when they are in dire straits, and shows Microsoft's commitment to creating a truly portable device.The real selling point of the Surface 3 however is in the software. There is no need to dwell on the failure of Windows RT; instead we can focus on the fact that the Surface 3 is futureproofed like no other Surface before it. The device will arrive running Windows 8.1, and will be upgraded to Windows 10 for free whenever it launches. Consumers who purchase the Surface 3 will also get a free one-year subscription to Office 365.
The Surface 3 offers the first sighting of Intel's quad-core Cherry Trail processor -- its latest chipset of tablets and hybrid devices -- in the wild. It's slated to offer decent graphics, battery life and general performance. Microsoft has yet to release any official figures for the Surface 3's battery life, but says to expect around ten hours of video playback.
Stuck to the chassis of the fanless tablet are two cameras -- a 3.5-megapixel snapper on the front and an 8-megapixel counterpart on the back. There's a SD card slot on the side, and a LTE version of the Surface -- coming at a later date -- will also include a nano-SIM slot.
The Surface 3 will be available from 7 May, with prices starting at £419 for the basic version. If you can stretch to £499, however, you can double both the storage and the RAM. Bear in mind that you'll almost definitely want to purchase a keyboard for the device, and they are sold separately for £109. Also available is a special pen, which allows you to turn the Surface 3 into a notepad or sketchpad.
We'd question whether selling the pen as an extra -- a £45 extra too -- is the savviest move, but Microsoft points out that not everyone who purchases the Surface 3 will want one; it can keep the price down by not including it in the box. It's almost as though the company has learned a lesson from the great Xbox Kinect debacle of 2014.The Surface 3 will without a doubt be exactly the device many laptop and tablet buyers will be looking for. Our first impression is that the Surface would make an excellent workmate and an equally pleasant tablet that you'd want to use for entertainment purposes on the move. Whether it offers truly great value for money given the cost of all the extras, however, is something we'll wait to make our minds up over in our full review.

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There's gold in them thar circuit boards -- laptops, phones, cameras and other devices use the precious metal to connect components, and it can be extracted relatively simply. A typical handset holds around 0.2g of gold, which means about £1.80 for your pocket.lectronics-technology engineer Josehf Lloyd Murchison claims he has extracted up to ,600 (£980) worth of gold in three months of collecting junk electronics -- and you can too. Surprisingly, chemical recovery of gold takes almost no skill, he says. However, you should only attempt this if you have a basic knowledge of chemistry and are aware of the dangers of working with the chemicals and tools mentioned on the right. Make sure you have suitable protective equipment (goggles, gloves and overalls to protect your clothes) and a suitable and well ventilated (or outdoor) work space. Some of the chemicals produce noxious fumes, are highly flammable or strong oxidants, and can cause skin burns.
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leach hair and is a good antiseptic, says John Turner, a reader in inorganic physical chemistry at the University of Sussex, and although hydrochloric acid isn't usually found in the house, the actions are very easy to do. It's the possible hazards [from the chemicals] that gives you the frisson. If you are careful, I don't really see [the experiment] as a problem. Someone with A-level chemistry should be able to do it.In phones, most of the gold is in the SIM card, the main board and the smaller components on the back of the LCD screen. Use a magnet to separate all gold-plated steel parts, as you need a different process to extract it. Older electronics have more gold in them, says Murchison. The best thing I extracted gold from was industrial video equipment -- a couple of ounces [up to 56g] per machine.Place your circuit boards in a glass vessel. In another container, mix two parts hydrochloric acid and one part weak hydrogen peroxide (a concentration of three per cent). Pour this mixture over the circuit boards so they are completely submerged. Wait for a week, giving the vessel a stir every day with a glass or plastic rod.Pour the mixture through a coffee filter and into another glass container. The gold flakes will be left behind. Pour the remaining circuit-board bits into a deep plastic tray filled with water. Save any pieces with remaining gold for re-dipping. Pour the water through the filter to collect any gold dust, and flush the flakes with water. Wash them with methanol, then again with water to rinse away any residue.
Wearing protective, flame-resistant clothing, boots and goggles, heat a clay bowl with a blowtorch. Add some borax (available from chemists); this enables the gold to be melted at a temperature lower than 1,064C. When the borax begins to soften, add the gold flakes. Heat until the flakes melt into a gold bead. Now let it cool before chipping the gold out of the re-solidified borax.Thin and light are the watchwords for laptops these days, doing their darnedest to stay relevant in the face of opposition from increasingly sophisticated tablets. The Portege Z830 is Toshiba's latest entry into this arena.Toshiba's top-end contribution to the ultrabook genre is certainly very thin, at a waffer-like 8.3mm (at the front, when it's open -- it bloats out to a still extremely svelte 15.9mm at the rear).Finished in brushed grey magnesium alloy it screams efficiency and a business-like can-do attitude.It's lightweight too -- at 1.12kg it's lighter than the comparatively portly 1.35kg of the 13-inch Macbook Air, and weighs less than quite a few smartphones. Lift the lid and you'll find a keyboard with nicely spaced backlit keys made out of tactile rubberised plastic. The lid itself is a vanishingly thin at just 3mm and feels just a wee bit too flexible for comfort, though some light bending didn't seem to do it any harm.

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