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Around the TUTS Sites - July

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With a growing number of TUTS sites in our network, it's getting easy to miss some of the great content published every month. That's why starting this month we're introducing a monthly TUTS Roundup post showcasing the best posts from the _other_ sites!

PSDTUTS - Photoshop

  • Create a Complete Vexel Image Using Photoshop

    This tutorial will instruct the reader on how to take a picture and create a vexel image out of it, through Photoshop. Numerous vexel techniques are taught. You'll learn how to use the Pen Tool, and then put it to good use to construct hundreds of shapes that will compose a full vexel image.

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  • Create a Mobile Phone Styled Like the HTC Touch Diamond

    I must admit that there is no other love for me rather than the iPhone but when I first saw the HTC Touch Diamond mobile I was amazed because it looks so good. It looks so good that I decided to write a tutorial to show you how I made it. This will be a long tutorial so go get some coffee for this.

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  • 10 Techniques That are Essential For Successful Photo Manipulation Artwork

    Photo manipulation techniques can be difficult master, but not hard to experiment with. Once you get the hang of it, anyone can transport their dreams onto the computer screen using Photoshop. For beginners in this field, there are ten main points to consider in photo manipulation. Let's review these to help you make successful photo manipulation based artwork.

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  • 18 of the Best Photoshop Videos Online

    Photoshop's all about the visuals, so it's no surprise that it makes for some good videos. Today PSDTUTS is launching it's video addition to the sidebar and video channel at Vimeo, so what better time to take a look at some of the great PSD Videos around the web! But be warned, surfing these video sites is a great way to kill your productivity!

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  • Create a Realistic Blueprint Image From a 3D Object

    In this tutorial, we'll create a a quick mock-up of a 3D car blueprint. Then we'll place it on an image of a drafting table. This time we'll use a particular Photoshop 3D Render Mode to create this awesome effect. Let's get it started!

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NETTUTS - Web

  • Create a Simple, Powerful Product Highlighter with MooTools

    Believe it or not, there’s a lot of powerful interactivity you can bring to your site using javascript besides slick navigation menus! This tutorial will help you find your inner cow by introducing you to one of the most powerful and modular javascript libraries—MooTools! We’ll be creating a flexible tool for highlighting your sites products or services using the MooTools javascript framework. Also, learn some of the many reasons why MooTools just might be the right javascript library for all of your future projects!

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  • 15 Resources To Get You Started With jQuery From Scratch

    Maybe you’re a seasoned jQuery pro. Heck, maybe you’re John Resig. On the other hand, maybe you read words like “Prototype”, “jQuery”, and “Mootools” and think to yourself, “What the heck are these?” Now is the time to learn.

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  • Can You Hack Your Own Site? A Look at Some Essential Security Considerations

    Version one goes gold! Visitors are landing from every corner of the globe. You know there are likely to be a few teething problems, I mean, this is 1.0.0.0… all those zeroes are meant to allow us a little grace right?

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  • Solving 5 Common CSS Headaches

    CSS is a relatively simple language to learn. Mastering it, on the other, can prove a little more difficult. Compensating for various browser inconsistencies alone can produce a migraine. In this article, we’ll demystify five of the most head thumping issues that you’ll encounter when building web applications.

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  • Submit A Form Without Page Refresh using jQuery

    In this tutorial I’ll show you how easy it is to do just that — submit a contact form that sends an email, without page refresh using jQuery! (The actual email is sent with a php script that processes in the background). Let’s get started.

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AUDIOTUTS - Music & Sound

  • How to Autotune Your Vocals Like T-Pain, Cher or Daft Punk

    Ever heard a song by T-Pain on the radio and wondered how the robotic vocal effect is achieved? By the end of this tutorial, you will own the autotuning sound that is used on so many pop records right now.

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  • 240 Free Albums, Tracks and Links for Music Mashup Lovers

    A mashup is a piece of music formed by mixing elements of at least two existing songs together, usually by combining the acappella part of one song with the music track of another. If you're at all interested in sampling, or if you're curious about this fascinating and controversial musical genre, these 18 albums, around 200 tracks and extra bonus links should provide plenty of inspiration!

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  • 10 Best Affordable Microphones for the Home Studio

    Making music is perhaps one of the most expensive hobbies in the world—that is, aside from tasting truffles. When you’re looking to set up a decent home studio, it’s hard to find a way to stay within budget without ending up with a terrible sound. Here are ten options to minimize expenditure while still getting a decent sound out of your system at the end of the day, by buying smart when it comes to one of the most important types of studio equipment: microphones.

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  • How to Setup DJ Equipment The Right Way

    In this video tutorial, Johnathan explains how to correctly set up DJ equipment. He discusses how to properly position and set up your decks, how to achieve the perfect balance between audio volume and quality, and how to set up speakers in a way that's most useful for you as a DJ. These best practices will help you approach each set in a professional manner.

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  • Make and Mix a Running 16th-note Bassline

    In this tutorial, we're going to learn how to make and mix a “running” 16th-note bassline. You'll hear this in countless dance genres such as techno and even breaks, but it's become synonymous with trance over the years.

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