Brought it BACK to Guitar Center did not like the sound. new used amp for Palm Recording Studio
“II” Series Concert
Config: Combo, Head (83-87)
Control Panel: Black, forward facing w/ white labels
Front Conrol Layout: In, In, Vol/Bright, Treb, Bass – Vol/Channel, Gain, Master Vol, Treb, Mid/Boost, Bass, Reverb, Presense – Standby Sw, Power Sw, Pilot Lamp
Rear Conrol Layout: Fuse, AC Outlet, Ground Sw, Speaker, Ex Speaker, Line Out, Return Level, Return, Send, Send Level, Reverb Out, Reverb In, Pedal Plain, Pedal Red, Hum Balance
Knobs: Black skirted w/ chrome center, numbered 1 – 10
Cabinet: Head: ?” x ?” x ?”
1 x 12″ & 2 x 10″: 23 5/8″ x 18 1/4″ x 11 1/4″ (60 x 46.4 x 28.6 cm)
4 x 10″ Combo: ?” x ?” x ?”
Cab Covering: Black Tolex
Cab Hardware: Black strap handle, 5½” chassis straps, glides
Grille: Silver sparkle grille cloth
Grille Logo: Chrome & black script “Fender® Made in USA” w/o tail
Weight: 57 lbs. (25.8 Kg)
Speakers/Load: 4 x 10″/? ohms
2 x 10″/4 ohms
1 x 12″/8 ohms
Speaker Model: ?
Effects: Reverb, Channel switching
Output: 60 Watts
Power: 2 x 6L6
Rectifier: Solid State
Phase Inverter: 12AT7 (long tailed)
Other: Reverb Driver: 12AT7
Reverb Recovery: 7025
Effects Loop: 7025
Brought it BACK to Guitar Center did not like the sound. new used amp for Palm Recording Studio
Ah yes this is what I have been waiting for for along time this reverb is worth the whole softwares price. to the left is one of the pic for the controll surface. Below is more about the reverb.
One of the biggest challenges in the audio industry, creating a good sounding, natural appearing reverb doesn’t come easy. Although applying high-end reverb previously meant using weighty, expensive hardware, you’ll find the best reverb right in your Logic mixer. Describing it in a sober way, reverb means fitting a sound with spatial characteristics. But with the Logic reverbs, you crown them with a noble touch.
The real-time convolution process of Space Designer, Logic Pro 7’s high-end reverb plug-in, makes it possible to produce a reverb virtually indistinguishable from that of a real room or hall. Space Designer’s real-time calculation process merges the input signal with a reverberation sample — the impulse response (IR) — taken from any acoustic space such as a room, hall or cathedral. The result sounds as if the input signal had actually been recorded directly in the sampled room. The reverb can be further shaped via Space Designer’s comprehensive parameter set. Space Designer ships with a library of over 1,000 impulse responses. These include real rooms and halls, as well as legendary classic and contemporary reverb units. You can also record your own impulse responses.
The ability to create and edit customized convolution reverbs sets Space Designer apart. In addition to sampled reverbs, Space Designer features a unique method for the creation of high-quality synthetic reverbs, through the use of specially designed envelopes. You’ll find the resulting reverbs dense and smooth, perfect for complementing your mix without needing to massively boost effect levels.
Regardless of whether you use IR samples or create your own synthetic reverbs, the sound can be quickly customized with Space Designer’s innovative volume, filter, and density envelopes. Model smooth envelope shapes onscreen with ease. You’ll also find the 6- or 12-dB low pass, band pass or high pass filters equally suited for fine-tuning your reverb sound or for creating experimental sound effects. As with all Logic Pro 7 plug-ins, Space Designer supports sample rates up to 192 kHz. The intuitive hands-on graphical user interface, the ability to create stunningly realistic reverbs using IR samples and the unique reverb synthesis facilities make Space Designer a highly professional tool perfect for any sound design or music production situation.
Without massively taxing your CPU — a sure indicator of a brilliant algorithm — PlatinumVerb sonically matches other premium native reverb algorithms. Users find the sustain phase of the PlatinumVerb impressive, with a silky tone that you can normally only find in the best stand-alone devices. The true dual-band concept maximizes natural room characteristics during the release phase, and the comprehensive parameter set guarantees precise control when mixing.
The Enverb plug-in provides convenient and precise control over the envelope of a diffused reverb, making customized reverb creation an extremely fast and easy process. You can create an impressive reversed reverb effect in real time or just a classic gated reverb through control of the original signal’s delay time. You can accurately control the basic tonal quality of the reverb cluster — featuring dual band technology — with a number of parameters.
Special Effects and Helper Utilities
Logic Pro 7 Sound Processing
Filters and Vocoder
Special Effects and Utilities
Excellent Impulse Control
Produce your own reverb samples of rooms or reverb processors to make Space Designer reflect your individual space. Simply play back a special sine sweep tone and record the reverberated signal in Logic Pro 7. Space Designer then creates a new Impulse Response from both of these audio files which you can then load it into the plug-in to apply exactly this reverb to any other signal.
Sculpture offers an inexhaustible variety of naturalistic sounds, based on component modeling technology, seamlessly integrated into the Logic Pro 7 software. It includes many sounds sought-after by composers, such as string, flute and pad sounds. Sharp percussive sounds, such as xylophones for example, are easily created. Given this broad scope for sound creation, Sculpture proves itself a worthwhile resource for unconventional sound design as well.
Although other Logic Pro 7 instruments are partially based on component modeling technology as well, Sculpture provides a comprehensive model of a vibrating string or bar without the need for samples of a real instrument. As a result, its sounds retain the natural character and expressiveness of a real instrument, even if the sound’s created virtually.
More Variables, More Variety
You can achieve further tweaks to the sound with two additional objects that can disturb the vibration. For these objects, the position and strength of the disturbance remain variable. In contrast to classical synthesizer parameters, changes in Sculpture result in sounds that have far more complex sonic details. A change to a single object parameter may result in a new timbre, dynamics and harmonics.
Beyond specific Component Modeling parameters, Sculpture offers the classic ADSR envelope of traditional analog synthesizers as well. This tool provides instant access to conventional parameters that most users know well. You can create the classic fine tuning of sounds with Sculpture’s 3 band EQ.
Another part of the modulation section offers two control envelopes for use as standard envelopes, where any envelope shape can be drawn. You can also assign external controller hardware to the envelope’s controllers allowing recording, playback and modification of incoming MIDI events interpreted as an envelope. You can even loop the envelopes you’ve recorded or drawn.
Surrender To The Power
Used for over 20 morphable parameters, users find Morph Pad as the most powerful way of creating complex modulation effects. Users can find the values of these parameters indicated in orange on the user interface and assign five parameters to the Morph Pad at one time. Move the morph point in the Morph Pad and you change the values of multiple parameters simultaneously. Likewise, users can further modify or loop these movements.
Logic Pro 7 Sound Generation
Sculpture Audio Player
Audio artists have always sought after component modeling, but rarely has the technogloy been put into practice since it required expensive, proprietary hardware. Now the technology enjoys something of a renaissance thanks to the resources offered by today’s native workstations. Sculpture brings the technology to your Macintosh as a Logic Pro 7 instrument. Powerful sound generation features and optimal control facilities place Sculpture at the vanguard of modern component modeling technology.
The sophisticated algorithm at the core of Sculpture combines different models of vibrating natural material: It can be glass, steel, nylon or wood — or a mixture of all of them. You can even morph between them, starting with a nylon string in the attack phase of the sound and then decaying to the wood or metal bar of a xylophone. A second element of the algorithm describes the way the vibration is initiated. This means that you have the choice between a vibration that is bowed, plucked or blown, or variations of these. You can also determine where the pick-up is positioned.
One Word: Res
Sculpture’s effect section also offers a stereo delay that features all traditional parameters plus an X/Y-Pad for Spread and Groove. The Stereo Delay can be synchronized to the song tempo with a click on the sync button. The Multimode Filter houses Highpass, Lowpass, Peak, Notch and Bandpass Filters. The brilliance of the Filter is controlled with the Cutoff parameter. Resonance emphasizes the frequencies determined by the Cutoff value.
Humanize With Chaos
Faithful emulation of natural string sounds requires use of modulations, such as Vibrato, to deliver convincing results. Sculpture provides an extensive array of different methods for generating this and other modulations, including; two assignable LFOs, a fixed LFO for Vibrato, two Jitter generators that add random variations with an adjustable bandwidth and two Randomizers that only change values at note on.
This is on the way and will be in the new Palm Studio. No way this woudl ever be possible with out Char. Thanks for beliving in the dream and supporting the groth of both me and Palm Recording Studio. My partner in crime.
Unleashing the Next Wave
Logic Pro 7 features new instruments and effects, state-of-the-art loop composition tools as well as optimizations for the PowerPC G5 processor and Mac OS X, forming a highly productive system that will change the way you compose, record, edit and mix music in any studio environment. The latest version provides near unlimited processing resources through the simple addition of Macintosh computers.
Tap Into Greater Power
The new distributed audio processing feature in Logic Pro 7 offers a plug-and-play solution that provides the ability to tap networked computers for more DSP processing power. Simply add one or more Macintosh systems via Ethernet to your Logic Pro 7 system. The result is an audio and music production system with processing power that was previously unimaginable — up to 128 stereo streams.
Innovative software instruments solidify the program’s outstanding sound generation capabilities — in the studio and on stage. These new options expand the already comprehensive array of instruments available, broadening the sonic potential of your Macintosh. Simulate any sound with breathtakingly natural timbre in Sculpture, a component modeling synthesizer. Create hypnotic rhythms using Ultrabeat, a beatbox with 25 voices and virtually unlimited parameter adjustment. Low-latency MIDI processing provides control over external sound devices, software instruments and effects.
Apple Loops browsing and editing enable you to time stretch and pitch shift audio files in real time. Apple Loops let you work more efficiently and provide better workflow than conventional file formats. When you insert Apple Loops in software instrument format onto a software instrument track, Logic imports them as MIDI sequences with the originating instrument and effect settings intact. This allows you to change pitch, instrumentation or effects — something you could only dream of with standard audio loops technology. Logic also uses this functionality when you import GarageBand compositions, preserving every detail as you migrate the sessions for editing and producing in a truly professional environment.
Logic Pro 7 turns the Macintosh into a digital audio workstation that meets the highest demands for audio quality. It supports audio at 16- and 24-bit resolution and sample rates of up to 192kHz for both audio recording and playback of internal software instruments. Logic Pro 7 offers nine new effect plug-ins, including Guitar Amp Pro, for amp modeling. 32-bit floating-point mathematics provides enormous headroom for internal processing, making it nearly impossible to overload the signal — even during mixdown to 16-bit audio for CD release. In other words, Logic Pro 7 delivers excellence.
Distributed Audio Processing
Run tons of plug-ins using networked G5 systems.
Produce sound beds instantly from a comprehensive audio library.
Three New Instruments
Synthesize anything naturally via component modeling.
Bang out endless permutations on a modern drum machine.
From dreamy landscapes to punchy belltones with FM style.
Nine New Effect Plug-ins
Guitar Amp Pro
Dial in sweet guitar tones from arena to funk, live or in studio.
Linear Phase EQ
Manipulate EQ curves without corrupting phase.
Match acoustically two signals to transfer frequency spectrum.
Correct improper intonation on vocals or force to monotone.
Add metallic sheen to any loop or sample for haunting effects.
More than 100 Enhancements
Recall Channel Strips
Save all channel settings and parameters for future projects.
Control tempo, signature and more, all graphically.
Shuffle Editing in Arrange
Restrain movement to prevent regions from overlapping.
Auto Crossfades in Arrange
Apply crossfades automatically to overlapping regions.
Software Instrument Layering
Play multiple software instruments simultaneously.
EXS24 Editing Improvements
Drag and drop audio and edit zones graphically.
Logic Express provides the same working environment as Logic Pro 7 with scaled-back features for students and hobbyists.
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““I am the true vine, and my Father is the vinegrower. He removes every branch in me that bears no fruit. Every branch that bears fruit he prunes to make it bear more fruit. You have already been cleansed by the word that I have spoken to you. Abide in me as I abide in you. Just as the branch cannot bear fruit by itself unless it abides in the vine, neither can you unless you abide in me. I am the vine, you are the branches. Those who abide in me and I in them bear much fruit, because apart from me you can do nothing. Whoever does not abide in me is thrown away like a branch and withers; such branches are gathered, thrown into the fire, and burned. If you abide in me, and my words abide in you, ask for whatever you wish, and it will be done for you. My Father is glorified by this, that you bear much fruit and become my disciples. As the Father has loved me, so I have loved you; abide in my love. If you keep my commandments, you will abide in my love, just as I have kept my Father’s commandments and abide in his love. I have said these things to you so that my joy may be in you, and that your joy may be complete.
“This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. You are my friends if you do what I command you. I do not call you servants any longer, because the servant does not know what the master is doing; but I have called you friends, because I have made known to you everything that I have heard from my Father. You did not choose me but I chose you. And I appointed you to go and bear fruit, fruit that will last, so that the Father will give you whatever you ask him in my name. I am giving you these commands so that you may love one another.
“If the world hates you, be aware that it hated me before it hated you. If you belonged to the world, the world would love you as its own. Because you do not belong to the world, but I have chosen you out of the world—therefore the world hates you. Remember the word that I said to you, ‘Servants are not greater than their master.’ If they persecuted me, they will persecute you; if they kept my word, they will keep yours also. But they will do all these things to you on account of my name, because they do not know him who sent me. If I had not come and spoken to them, they would not have sin; but now they have no excuse for their sin. Whoever hates me hates my Father also. If I had not done among them the works that no one else did, they would not have sin. But now they have seen and hated both me and my Father. It was to fulfill the word that is written in their law, ‘They hated me without a cause.’
“When the Advocate comes, whom I will send to you from the Father, the Spirit of truth who comes from the Father, he will testify on my behalf. You also are to testify because you have been with me from the beginning.”
(John 15:1-27 NRSV)
The perfect resource for people on the move, this beautiful volume contains the complete 1979 Book of Common Prayer and the highly regarded New Revised Standard Version Bible with the Apocrypha. Priests, deacons, travelers and hospital chaplains alike will appreciate the book’s compact dimensions. Includes 8 pt. BCP and 6 pt. NRSV type, three ribbon markers and a presentation section containing certificates for the rites of Baptism, Confirmation, and Marriage.
genuine leather black 9634AP, 2624 pages
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I think I may get one of these covers for the Bible as well.
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How Thinking Can Change the Brain
20 Jan 2007 (Sharon Begley, Wall Street Journal) Dalai Lama helps scientists show the power of the mind to sculpt our gray matter.
Although science and religion are often in conflict, the Dalai Lama takes a different approach. Every year or so the head of Tibetan Buddhism invites a group of scientists to his home in Dharamsala, in Northern India, to discuss their work and how Buddhism might contribute to it.
In 2004 the subject was neuroplasticity, the ability of the brain to change its structure and function in response to experience. The following are vignettes adapted from “Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain,” which describes this emerging area of science:
The Dalai Lama, who had watched a brain operation during a visit to an American medical school over a decade earlier, asked the surgeons a startling question: Can the mind shape brain matter?
Over the years, he said, neuroscientists had explained to him that mental experiences reflect chemical and electrical changes in the brain. When electrical impulses zip through our visual cortex, for instance, we see; when neurochemicals course through the limbic system we feel.
But something had always bothered him about this explanation, the Dalai Lama said. Could it work the other way around? That is, in addition to the brain giving rise to thoughts and hopes and beliefs and emotions that add up to this thing we call the mind, maybe the mind also acts back on the brain to cause physical changes in the very matter that created it. If so, then pure thought would change the brain’s activity, its circuits or even its structure.
One brain surgeon hardly paused. Physical states give rise to mental states, he asserted; “downward” causation from the mental to the physical is not possible. The Dalai Lama let the matter drop. This wasn’t the first time a man of science had dismissed the possibility that the mind can change the brain. But “I thought then and still think that there is yet no scientific basis for such a categorical claim,” he later explained. “I am interested in the extent to which the mind itself, and specific subtle thoughts, may have an influence upon the brain.”
The Dalai Lama had put his finger on an emerging revolution in brain research. In the last decade of the 20th century, neuroscientists overthrew the dogma that the adult brain can’t change. To the contrary, its structure and activity can morph in response to experience, an ability called neuroplasticity. The discovery has led to promising new treatments for children with dyslexia and for stroke patients, among others.
But the brain changes that were discovered in the first rounds of the neuroplasticity revolution reflected input from the outside world. For instance, certain synthesized speech can alter the auditory cortex of dyslexic kids in a way that lets their brains hear previously garbled syllables; intensely practiced movements can alter the motor cortex of stroke patients and allow them to move once paralyzed arms or legs.
The kind of change the Dalai Lama asked about was different. It would come from inside. Something as intangible and insubstantial as a thought would rewire the brain. To the mandarins of neuroscience, the very idea seemed as likely as the wings of a butterfly leaving a dent on an armored tank.
Neuroscientist Helen Mayberg had not endeared herself to the pharmaceutical industry by discovering, in 2002, that inert pills — placebos — work the same way on the brains of depressed people as antidepressants do. Activity in the frontal cortex, the seat of higher thought, increased; activity in limbic regions, which specialize in emotions, fell. She figured that cognitive-behavioral therapy, in which patients learn to think about their thoughts differently, would act by the same mechanism.
At the University of Toronto, Dr. Mayberg, Zindel Segal and their colleagues first used brain imaging to measure activity in the brains of depressed adults. Some of these volunteers then received paroxetine (the generic name of the antidepressant Paxil), while others underwent 15 to 20 sessions of cognitive-behavior therapy, learning not to catastrophize. That is, they were taught to break their habit of interpreting every little setback as a calamity, as when they conclude from a lousy date that no one will ever love them.
All the patients’ depression lifted, regardless of whether their brains were infused with a powerful drug or with a different way of thinking. Yet the only “drugs” that the cognitive-therapy group received were their own thoughts.
The scientists scanned their patients’ brains again, expecting that the changes would be the same no matter which treatment they received, as Dr. Mayberg had found in her placebo study. But no. “We were totally dead wrong,” she says. Cognitive-behavior therapy muted overactivity in the frontal cortex, the seat of reasoning, logic, analysis and higher thought. The antidepressant raised activity there. Cognitive-behavior therapy raised activity in the limbic system, the brain’s emotion center. The drug lowered activity there.
With cognitive therapy, says Dr. Mayberg, the brain is rewired “to adopt different thinking circuits.”
Such discoveries of how the mind can change the brain have a spooky quality that makes you want to cue the “Twilight Zone” theme, but they rest on a solid foundation of animal studies. Attention, for instance, seems like one of those ephemeral things that comes and goes in the mind but has no real physical presence. Yet attention can alter the layout of the brain as powerfully as a sculptor’s knife can alter a slab of stone.
That was shown dramatically in an experiment with monkeys in 1993. Scientists at the University of California, San Francisco, rigged up a device that tapped monkeys’ fingers 100 minutes a day every day. As this bizarre dance was playing on their fingers, the monkeys heard sounds through headphones. Some of the monkeys were taught: Ignore the sounds and pay attention to what you feel on your fingers, because when you tell us it changes we’ll reward you with a sip of juice. Other monkeys were taught: Pay attention to the sound, and if you indicate when it changes you’ll get juice.
After six weeks, the scientists compared the monkeys’ brains. Usually, when a spot on the skin receives unusual amounts of stimulation, the amount of cortex that processes touch expands. That was what the scientists found in the monkeys that paid attention to the taps: The somatosensory region that processes information from the fingers doubled or tripled. But when the monkeys paid attention to the sounds, there was no such expansion. Instead, the region of their auditory cortex that processes the frequency they heard increased.
Through attention, UCSF’s Michael Merzenich and a colleague wrote, “We choose and sculpt how our ever-changing minds will work, we choose who we will be the next moment in a very real sense, and these choices are left embossed in physical form on our material selves.”
The discovery that neuroplasticity cannot occur without attention has important implications. If a skill becomes so routine you can do it on autopilot, practicing it will no longer change the brain. And if you take up mental exercises to keep your brain young, they will not be as effective if you become able to do them without paying much attention.
Since the 1990s, the Dalai Lama had been lending monks and lamas to neuroscientists for studies of how meditation alters activity in the brain. The idea was not to document brain changes during meditation but to see whether such mental training produces enduring changes in the brain.
All the Buddhist “adepts” — experienced meditators — who lent their brains to science had practiced meditation for at least 10,000 hours. One by one, they made their way to the basement lab of Richard Davidson at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He and his colleagues wired them up like latter-day Medusas, a tangle of wires snaking from their scalps to the lectroencephalograph that would record their brain waves.
Eight Buddhist adepts and 10 volunteers who had had a crash course in meditation engaged in the form of meditation called nonreferential compassion. In this state, the meditator focuses on unlimited compassion and loving kindness toward all living beings.
As the volunteers began meditating, one kind of brain wave grew exceptionally strong: gamma waves. These, scientists believe, are a signature of neuronal activity that knits together far-flung circuits — consciousness, in a sense. Gamma waves appear when the brain brings together different features of an object, such as look, feel, sound and other attributes that lead the brain to its aha moment of, yup, that’s an armadillo.
Some of the novices “showed a slight but significant increase in the gamma signal,” Prof. Davidson explained to the Dalai Lama. But at the moment the monks switched on compassion meditation, the gamma signal began rising and kept rising. On its own, that is hardly astounding: Everything the mind does has a physical correlate, so the gamma waves (much more intense than in the novice meditators) might just have been the mark of compassion meditation.
Except for one thing. In between meditations, the gamma signal in the monks never died down. Even when they were not meditating, their brains were different from the novices’ brains, marked by waves associated with perception, problem solving and consciousness. Moreover, the more hours of meditation training a monk had had, the stronger and more enduring the gamma signal.
It was something Prof. Davidson had been seeking since he trekked into the hills above Dharamsala to study lamas and monks: evidence that mental training can create an enduring brain trait.
Prof. Davidson then used fMRI imaging to detect which regions of the monks’ and novices’ brains became active during compassion meditation. The brains of all the subjects showed activity in regions that monitor one’s emotions, plan movements, and generate positive feelings such as happiness. Regions that keep track of what is self and what is other became quieter, as if during compassion meditation the subjects opened their minds and hearts to others.
More interesting were the differences between the monks and the novices. The monks had much greater activation in brain regions called the right insula and caudate, a network that underlies empathy and maternal love. They also had stronger connections from the frontal regions to the emotion regions, which is the pathway by which higher thought can control emotions.
In each case, monks with the most hours of meditation showed the most dramatic brain changes. That was a strong hint that mental training makes it easier for the brain to turn on circuits that underlie compassion and empathy.
“This positive state is a skill that can be trained,” Prof. Davidson says. “Our findings clearly indicate that meditation can change the function of the brain in an enduring way.”
Well today I went ahead and orded this package( Scholars) and the NIV and Message. While I was out at Trinity Episcopal Seminary last week in Pitsburg there were a few mac uses who really said that this was a wonderfull software package for greek and hebrew studies. I would like to get back to studining the origional languages and go a bit deeper into Gods Word. So hear I go back to the languages and on a mac what could be better. I also added the message and niv.
These modules are included when you purchase Scholar’s Collection 7.1 CD-ROM Core Bundle:
English Bible ASV American Standard Version*English Bible KJVKing James Version *English Bible NET New English Translation Bible30.00 Greek Text GNT-T Greek New Testament NA27 (tagged) 50.00 Greek Text GNT-TIS GNT Tischendorf (tagged)
30.00 Greek Text GNT-TR GNT-Textus Receptus (tagged) 50.00 Greek Text GNT-WH GNT Westcott & Hort 30.00 Greek Tool
Louw & Nida Louw & Nida Semantic Domain Lexicon 40.00 Greek Tool Thayer Thayer’s Greek Lexicon 30.00
Greek Tool UBS Lexicon UBS Greek Lexicon 25.00 Hebrew Text BHS-W4 BHS with Westminster Hebrew Morphology
60.00 Hebrew Tool BDB Brown-Driver-Briggs Abridged Hebrew Lexicon 30.00 Hebrew Tool TWOT Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament 70.00Parallel Epistles Epistles Parallel Parallel Gospels Gospel Synopsis Parallel
*Parallel Harmony Gospel Harmony Parallel *Parallel Old TestamentOld Testament Parallel
*Parallel OT in NT Old Testament in New Testament Parallel
*Parallel SynopticsSynoptic Gospels Parallel*Reference Tool NET NotesNew English Translation Notes
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