footage: Music: With My Eyes Closed Keep It Going All the songs in this movie were recorded on the same sound board. There is a lot of doubling
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Songs from the Motion Picture: Ossie Davis: The Blues is You I've Been Around: Malcolm X As well as this, I have the following video footage: Music: With My Eyes Closed Keep It Going All the songs in this movie were recorded on the same sound board. There is a lot of doubling and overlapping. A: The following discussion of the edits to the sound and the quill pen might be relevant. The "I've been around" line is from Malcolm X. And I believe that the edit happens before the song with the same name. The following is a transcript of a different edit I made of the same song, which I believe reveals the part from Malcolm X with a pause between "I've been around" and "the blue of the night". I made this edit using Adobe Audition 3. The following is a screen capture of the edit, which reveals the part with the silence in the waveform, and the end of the part is tied together by another part starting with "It's been said", but that part was recorded a while after the last part of the song. The following is a screen capture of the same edit in Audacity 2.0, showing the transition between parts, as well as the part before "It's been said". I'm not sure if Audacity plays these types of edits smoothly. The last edit I did of this song uses the same transitions, but isn't visible on the waveform, but can be heard in the spectrum view. It's the song from the movie, "The Blues is You". Q: Two way chat application through jboss Hi, I am developing a 2 way chatting application through web app. Jboss is the application server i am using. I have builded the server on top of redhat linux platform. In redhat, it is possible to run multiple instances of jboss server on one machine. Is it possible to run two way chat application on single instance of jboss server? If possible, please give me some pointers or some article which explains the same. A: Depending on how you run the server, yes. You could start one instance of JBoss and set up a second instance on a different machine, using something like NFS to share the data between them.