Boulder Dash. Episode II: Jive-n-Cave. A sequel to Episode I: Dig The Past, more intense and mind-racking at times. The game's vile creatures have no mercy for the mole, which is digging through dark and dangerous caves, still looking for diamonds at your command. Episode II: Jive-n-Cave now comes with color palettes varying from level to level and has an overall jazzy feel, which means that you will need to use your head and improvise at the same time to win the game. - 32 caves copied from the very original "Boulder Dash IV" and "Boulder Dash V" games - 3 difficulty levels - 4 background music themes different not only from each other, but also from Episode I: Dig The Past - Smooth gameplay - Variable game speed - Color palettes varying from level to level


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This sophisticated piece of software turns your computer into a modern, State-of-The-Art spectrum analyzer giving you features that go far beyond the possibilities of any stand-alone hardware unit. An important advantage of your new analyzer software is the fact that your computer monitor is a far better means of displaying analyzer measurments than any LED or LCD bar. By making use of standard computer operations your analyzer software will store your personal settings or analyze audio data you may have previously recorded. What we had in mind while developing the PAS Analyzer was maximum flexibility, so we decided to equip it with it´s own test tone oscillator.While the analyzer is connected to your soundcard´s input the oscillator signal is feeding the outputs. Of course there is more than a 1 khz sine wave in the oscillator, it`s actually giving you various waveforms and noise. In Compare Mode the output of your soundcard is constantly being checked against what´s coming in at the card´s input sockets allowing you to evaluate the quality of any given signal chain. Now let me give you some real life examples for the use of the PAS Analyzer: · Detecting and eliminating room modes ( sound reinforcement ) · Checking the stereo bus signal in mixdown · Single track examination · Serving as a mobile measuring instrument ( e.g on a Notebook PC ) · Test tone oscillator for tape machine alignment · Measuring gain or attenuation using Compare Mode · Measuring the frequency response of a signal chain by using sinewaves of different frequencies I´m sure, you can think of various other applications for the PAS Analyzer. 

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