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Lethal Audio Lethal Core Library: How to Use It Effectively - EDMProd



Solid. Inspiring. Professional.Huge 5GB library of commercial quality sounds.Over 1100 breathtaking instruments & presets.2140 crisp percussion & drum samples.Stunning core features and FX.Solid basses, epic synths, heart-warming strings, timeless pianos, professional drums and crisp percussion is only just the beginning.Carefully crafted banks for all genres from Commercial to House to Hip-Hop to Trance to EDM, and everything in between.Lethal features a huge library with a total of over 3000 sounds & presets, all in lossless commercial quality.




Lethal Audio Lethal Core Library


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With poly you decide if a sound is multi-voice or monophonic.With glide the notes will slide from one note to another.The time button determines how long it takes before the lethal slides from one note to another.


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We, the undersigned, call upon governments and government leaders to create a future with strong international norms, regulations and laws against lethal autonomous weapons. These currently being absent, we opt to hold ourselves to a high standard: we will neither participate in nor support the development, manufacture, trade, or use of lethal autonomous weapons. We ask that technology companies and organizations, as well as leaders, policymakers, and other individuals, join us in this pledge.


Independent from this pledge, 30 countries in the United Nations have explicitly endorsed the call for a ban on lethal autonomous weapons systems: Algeria, Argentina, Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Djibouti, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Ghana, Guatemala, Holy See, Iraq, Jordan, Mexico, Morocco, Namibia, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, State of Palestine, Uganda, Venezuela, Zimbabwe.


Dealing Nonlethal Damage: Certain attacks deal nonlethal Damage. Other effects, such as heat or being exhausted, also deal nonlethal Damage. When you take nonlethal Damage, keep a running total of how much you've accumulated. Do not deduct the nonlethal Damage number from your current Hit Points. It is not "real" Damage. Instead, when your nonlethal Damage equals your current hit points, you're staggered (see below), and when it exceeds your current Hit Points, you fall unconscious.


Staggered and Unconscious: When your nonlethal Damage equals your current Hit Points, you're staggered. You can only take a standard Action or a move Action in each round (in addition to free, immediate, and swift actions). You cease being staggered when your current Hit Points once again exceed your nonlethal Damage.


If a creature's nonlethal Damage is equal to his total maximum Hit Points (not his current hit points), all further nonlethal Damage is treated as lethal Damage. This does not apply to creatures with Regeneration. Such creatures simply accrue additional nonlethal Damage, increasing the amount of time they remain unconscious.


Healing Nonlethal Damage: You heal nonlethal Damage at the rate of 1 hit point per hour per character level. When a spell or ability cures hit point Damage, it also removes an equal amount of nonlethal Damage.


Dealing Nonlethal Damage: Certain attacks deal nonlethal damage. Other effects, such as heat or being exhausted, also deal nonlethal damage. When you take nonlethal damage, keep a running total of how much you've accumulated. Do not deduct the nonlethal damage number from your current hit points. It is not "real" damage. Instead, when your nonlethal damage equals your current hit points, you're staggered (see below), and when it exceeds your current hit points, you fall unconscious.


Staggered and Unconscious: When your nonlethal damage equals your current hit points, you're staggered. You can only take a standard action or a move action in each round (in addition to free, immediate, and swift actions). You cease being staggered when your current hit points once again exceed your nonlethal damage.


If a creature's nonlethal damage is equal to his total maximum hit points (not his current hit points), all further nonlethal damage is treated as lethal damage. This does not apply to creatures with regeneration. Such creatures simply accrue additional nonlethal damage, increasing the amount of time they remain unconscious.


Healing Nonlethal Damage: You heal nonlethal damage at the rate of 1 hit point per hour per character level. When a spell or ability cures hit point damage, it also removes an equal amount of nonlethal damage.


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