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 Post subject: axiom 25 & 404 sx
PostPosted: Sat Feb 20, 2010 3:53 am 
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Hi guys....


I already read the existing topic about axiom 25 & 404sx ....... I have already done this well so far, each sample of the sound banks I'm triggering with the axiom 25 to there is all right ...... My main doubt is if possible for example a sample of a bass split it in the axiom keys in order to play that bass in different notes?.... anybody actually got this on lock and care to explain....? I'm a having headhache figuring this one out.....


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 Post subject: Re: axiom 25 & 404 sx
PostPosted: Sat Feb 20, 2010 12:27 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: axiom 25 & 404 sx
PostPosted: Sat Sep 10, 2022 9:07 am 
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The axiom 25 and 404 sx are both used to describe an object's location in space. Axiom 25 states that an object is at rest if it does not accelerate, whereas 404 sx states that an object is moving at a constant speed in a straight line. The difference between these two axioms can be seen when observing the motion of a car on a road, for example. If a car were to move slowly along the road at a constant velocity, then it would appear as though the car was at rest. On the other hand, if the car were to move quickly down the road but with constant acceleration, then it would also appear as though the car was accelerating.

Axiom 25 describes how objects are affected by gravity and inertia, whereas 404 sx describes how objects are affected by other forces such as friction or air resistance. It is important to remember that although these two axioms seem similar on their surface, they have very different meanings when applied to Heat Pumps real-world situations involving physical phenomena such as motion and acceleration.


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