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The series explores how and why they were built, consider the financial and social costs of their failure and examine the environmental and ecological impacts. The series also explores how experts came up with plans to make something beautiful or useful from the ruins. We aim for the stars and find out why unwanted battleship guns allow the United States to gain vital information about the borders of space. We ask how the shattered remains of a secret Nazi base became the first on the path to a new world, with the development of the ground-breaking V2 rocket
The Mission Engineering EP-1 is sleek and simple, with a single TRS output, but can act as an expression pedal for tons of amps, pedals, midi controllers and effects stompboxes. There’s an optional spring feature that can make the EP-1 return the pedal to the heel when you take pressure off, letting you use the EP-1 as a wah pedal. Compare Prices on new and used EP-1 pedals at: http://bit.ly/2bQmyyD
Ion propulsion isn’t something found only in science fiction. JPL engineer Mike Meacham looks at how ion engines are being used to drive NASA's Dawn spacecraft through the solar system. Dawn is approaching dwarf planet Ceres in the main asteroid belt with arrival expected in March 2015. Previously, Dawn orbited Vesta, the second-largest body in the asteroid belt. Learn how ion propulsion works and why it's the reason Dawn will be the first spacecraft ever to orbit two solar system bodies beyond Earth. More about Dawn at: http://dawn.jpl.nasa.gov/
http://www.missionengineering.com Example of the inside switches on the RE WAH PRO, each engaged individually to let you hear what each switch does. You can combine them in any fashion, to really tweak the quack and smack of the wah-wah to taste. Love this thing...quiet operation, great feel, and blissful sound. I used a http://www.quilterlabs.com Quilter Micro Pro II Mach 2 HD combo , and http://www.mjtagedfinishes.com MJT relic stratocaster, cocked rocked and loaded with http://www.nicksilverpickups.com Nick Silver pickups. Boots by http://www.libertybootco.com Liberty Boot Company...just in case you're curious...
Was having a little fun with some of the mods on the workshop and decided to attempt a little mission. The plan is simple we will attempt to get a rover to the moon using traditional space craft designs. Space Shuttle Discovery http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/id=555463652 Mini Moon Rover http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=557867944 Please note that some of the creations can be found on the workshop but have been slightly modified Survival Mode Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbJIblnpFeGrLVuWhvHlCc2pR9wdt-EZ5 Join my space engineers empire http://steamcommunity.com/groups/LSGEmpire Oh and our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LastStandGamers?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/LastStandGamers Space Engineer is like a mixture...
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Bill Walker demonstrates the Mission Expressionator, a very handy tool for harnessing the real time control of effects processors that have expression pedal inputs. The expressionator allows the user to control up to 3 different effects pedals, rack mount multi effects and keyboards, from 1 expression pedal. Effects can be controlled individually or in any combination, offering new creative options, while freeing up floor space or pedal board real estate. the Expressionator works with any typical expression pedal between 10 and 25 k ohm, and works with any brand including, Eventide, TC Electronic, Neunaber, Strymon. Line 6, Roland, Electro Harmonix and a host of others.
Get the Mission Engineering Gemini 2 here: http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/GM2BT1 Sweetwater's Guitars and Gear, Vol. 116 Mitch Gallagher demonstrates the Mission Engineering Gemini 2, a powered full-range guitar amplifier designed for use with amplifier modeling processors. After the video, click the link above for even more info on the Mission Engineering Gemini 2.
http://missionengineering.com/?product=gemini-1-2 The Gemini 1 from Mission Engineering is the missing link between traditional guitar cabinets and amp modeling gear. With a classic look and plenty of power thanks to a 110w internal amplifier, the Gemini I is designed to accommodate your Axe-FX, POD or Eleven Rack and give it a proper place on stage. The Gemini doesn’t stop there since it also serves as a digital audio interface via USB and serves as a full range studio monitor. Mission Engineering use handcrafted ¾” birch ply cabinets made in the USA and offer a 1x12, 2x12 and 19” rackmount head. The Gemini 1 has a single 12” low frequency speaker and 1” high frequency driver that produces a huge, evenly dispersed sound on stage and it can be miced like a standard guitar cabinet. Missio...
In this video, we're talking about the Mission Engineering EP1-KP. This pedal is designed to work specifically with the Kemper Profiling amplifier. My friend Chris plays a demo to show it off and I explain a couple different ways to hook it up!