This quick weight loss workout will help you lose 15 pounds very fast but it may be too hard for some of you but doesn't mean you shouldn't try this workout
The KEY THING is that you at least try to finish this quick weight loss workout and work your way up to taking less rest time between exercises and for example...
Let's say that during this quick weight loss workout -- you have a hard time doing all 15 jump squats in a row -- just do about 2 or 3 at a time -- catch your breath -- and then finish.
Eventually -- you'll be able to finish most of the workout by only stopping in between exercises for your mandatory rest periods and...
You can go here to print out this quick weight loss workout routine to help YOU Lose 15 pounds fast: http://www.nowloss.com/fast-weight-loss-workout-routine-to-burn-fat-get-flat-belly-6-pack-abs.htm
Remember -- Once this quick weight loss workout gets too easy... Do my other YouTube video called "Fast Weight Loss workout exercises to lose 5 lbs. a week" or...
You can use heavier weights or do more reps of the exercises in this quick weight loss workout and...
How fast you lose 15 pounds all depends on...
*How much you weigh -- the more overweight you are --the quicker you'll lose 15 pounds and...
*Your diet -- If you eat right and avoid bad foods like sugar, sodas, and processed & fried foods -- then you'll lose 15 pounds faster.
How to do Sidechaining with 64 bit VST for Audio Ducking effect in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 (on PC / Windows 7).
Example by Geoff from http://geoffmobile.com
Date: April 12th 2012
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This is an example project for Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 that shows how to implement side chaining in Adobe Premiere using the free Molot compressor.
Please get the latest version of Molot (2 channel version) from the Molot Author's web site:
The Molot 2 channel 0.3 version (64 bit vst) works with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 on a PC.
Please note that the creator of this tutorial is not affiliated with the Molot author.
What is this for?
The desired effect is that when I talk in my video, the music automatically ducks down a few DB, and that makes the background music not interfere with the voiceover.
How is this done?
I used 2 instances of the "64 bit 2 channels Molot 0.3 version" VST plugin in the "mono mode with external side chain signal" mode.
I was searching for hours on how to get an external sidechain working in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5.2. The 4 channel version didn't work, but the 2 channel version worked. I implemented External sidechaining in my video project sequence using Molot and it worked great. I used some clever sending between Audio Submix tracks in Premiere and two different Molot instances to allow my sidechaing to be performed on a Stereo music track.
To see my example in action, feel free to watch my cooking video which I used this sidechaining technique in my Adobe Premiere Pro sequence:
The project in this example is a Premiere project showing my Molot settings. I made use of many Audio Submix tracks with sends.
To Set up and Use:
1. Before opening the Premiere project, you must install the Molot plugin (2 channel version).
To install Molot plugin, obtain the latest plugin from the Molot author's site (see above) and then copy the file Molot03-2ch-x64.dll to your folder C:Program FilesAdobeAdobe Premiere Pro CS5.5Plug-insen_USVSTPlugins and restart Adobe Premiere.
When you start premiere, if it installed oK, you will see Molot showing up in the Audio Effects tab.
2. Open the project file provided in this example.
3. Put your narration on the Narration track, and music on the Music track (as labelled in the example project). Don't change the other Submix tracks (but you may want to adjust the Molot compressor settings on tracks "Music left c" and "Music right c".
Note that the left and right channels of the music are compressed separately since Stereo compression can only be achieved with two mono compressors at the moment (due to Adobe Premiere not supporting the 4 channel Molot version).
About This Tutorial
This tutorial was brought to you by Geoff from http://geoffmobile.com
If you have questions feel free to email me at email@example.com
Unless otherwise stated, this demo project is provided "as-is," without any express or implied warranty. In no event shall Geoff from http://geoffmobile.com be held liable for any damages arising from the use of the software.
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No, it's not some old-timey dance step. Or something draped over the lights in a brothel. Chiffonade is a technique used to cut leafy vegetables and herbs into slender ribbons.
To complete this How-To you will need:
A chef's knife
A cutting board
A leafy vegetable or herb
Step 1: Wash vegetable
Wash the vegetable or herb, cutting off any stems that are still attached.
Step 2: Stack leaves
Stack a handful of leaves on top of each other.
Tip: If you're using basil, stack up about 8 leaves at a time; for leafy greens, stack about 3 leaves.
Step 3: Hold stack
Roll the stack up tightly and hold it horizontally on the board in front of you with one hand.
Step 4: Grasp knife
Grasp the knife in your dominant hand, holding the handle close to the blade with three fingers: your middle, ring, and pinkie. Curl your forefinger around one side of the blade while holding your thumb on the opposite side.
Step 5: Hold roll
Hold the roll with your non-knife-wielding hand close to the area you will cut.
Tip: Curl your fingers so that the tips are firmly planted on the roll and the knuckles point outward—in the food world, this is called the 'claw grip.'
Step 6: Slice on angle
Starting at one end, make thin slices with your knife at a 60-degree angle to the roll. Make the slices about 1/16 to 1/8 of an inch apart—creating very slender ribbons.
Tip: When cutting, be sure to keep your fingers tucked in from the blade and allow your knuckles to guide the blade across the roll.
Step 7: Add more greens
If you need more greens, stack, roll, and cut another handful of leaves until you have enough for your garnish.
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