Stock Logic Pro X Plugins Vs 3rd Party Plugins (Mixing)

Stock Logic Pro X Plugins Vs 3rd Party Plugins (Mixing)


Oh away from hey what’s going on out
there I’m Sean Divine hope you all are doing well today I have a new
tutorial where we’re going to do a direct comparison of the stock plugins
in Logic Pro X compared to some third-party plugins
some of them fairly expensive plugins but this is a really popular question on
the channel from those of you who are curious you know do I really need
third-party plugins what are the strong points of some of
the stock plugins and Logic Pro X and what are some of the weak points so what
are the first third-party plugins that you should invest in after you’ve gotten
used to the stock plugins but first let’s just take a listen I actually have
set up this verse in sections and the first section is mixed entirely with
stock Logic Pro X plugins and then the second is mixed with third-party plugins
from companies like waves fabfilter I think it’s just those two and then we’ve
got also some third-party reverb I have the seventh heaven from Liquid Sonics
and the echoboy on the delay and then obviously in logic i have corresponding
stock plugins and the settings are very very close I tried to make sure things
like the compression ratios are very very similar across the board in terms
of thresholds ratios all that stuff so let’s go ahead and play it back again
the first section of the verse are stock logic pro plugins the second half are
third-party plugins all right so let’s do it one more time
and I’m gonna solo our vocals here so that you can keep an eye on the analyzer
over here and the frequency you’re gonna see that they’re very very similar but
this will give you just a better idea specifically some differences in the
sound alright so that gives you a
good idea of just the different sounds they’re they’re not that dramatically
different there are some subtleties in the different chains and I want to talk
now about you know each of the individual corresponding plugins that I
use for the stock plugins and then third-party plugins and kind of you know
which ones are a little more the weaker links in terms of the stock plugins so
got a noise gate on both the stock as well as the third-party and a noise gate
you really don’t need a third-party noise gate this noise gate in Logic Pro
X is a wonderful utility plug-in it does exactly what it’s supposed to do
which is just attenuate that noise floor and you don’t need a third party noise
gate in my personal opinion it’s not going to change a whole lot now getting
into our deductive EQ let me pull up the deductive EQ over here on the third
party which is the Pro-Q and then I’m using this stock Logic Pro X channel
EQ now you see I’ve cut them at the same points and to be honest with you for
doing deductive EQ I think the channel EQ and Logic Pro X is perfectly fine you
really get more into the differences of EQ when you start adding so you’re going
to have to bring colors and the curves are really
gonna affect this sound a lot more and we’re gonna get into that in just a
second but as far as just cutting things the logic stock EQ is is wonderful I
don’t have any qualms with it now let’s go on to the compression which is
obviously a very very important part of the vocal or any vocal especially with
your hip-hop vocals so let’s talk about the stock Logic Pro X compressor versus
some of the others like the proceed to the waves r comp some of these those
other popular third-party compressors I will say that in my opinion the stock
Logic Pro X compressor is one of the biggest assets of the stock plugins that
are included in Logic Pro it has a lot of these different flavors up here so
you can select different kinds of compressors just by flicking the switch
and it will maintain your ratio your threshold settings so you can go through
and get some different colors which is really important with compression you
want to experiment with different styles because these are all going to affect
the sound differently but in my experience the the stock compressor in
Logic Pro X is really great this is not what I would upgrade first this is going
to do you just fine for a while while you’re learning how to use compression
and mix and it’s also really handy just with the way that you can use
sidechaining routing within Logic Pro X so now moving on to the additive EQ in
the chain which you’re going to see up here I’m boosting pretty high on the
channel EQ and what I’ve done is I’ve just replicated what I had done on the
SSL and generally with this EQ I just like to kind of boost the the air or the
extreme highs so I have this set at like 14 K and then I’m boosting pretty
heavily so I’ve done really the same kind of thing over here with the channel
EQ and then I’ve just done some of the the roll-off and the filtering once
again just to get rid of even more lows and low mids so this is the first or one
of the first things that if you’re gonna move towards third-party plugins
the the additive EQs are really
important and ones like this the SSL they just have a certain color to them
and they have a certain curve to the frequency boost that just sounds really
musical it fits well in the mix as opposed to the channel EQ it’s not that
it won’t do the job but it’s just a little bit harsher and it’s a bit
tougher to be really precise and make musical types of boosts without having
to get in and be you know extremely surgical with how you’re you know
creating these boosts so just something to be aware of but I would highly
recommend investing in an EQ as one of your first third party plugins once
you get to that point ones like the SSL EQ the the pro-q – for boosting your
frequencies especially high end is going to be really helpful for you and very
musical alright next up we got the de-esser and I’m gonna tell you right
now this is the first plug-in if you’re using Logic Pro X that I would invest in
third-party because the de-esser in Logic Pro X it’s not very user-friendly
you can get a decent kind of tone out of it but it takes a lot of work and as you
heard I personally don’t think that it sounds nearly as smooth and it’s not
doing the the same job as the waves de-esser so you can generally get this
waves deesser for a really affordable price and it’s totally worth it
especially if you’re using these digital maybe a USB mic or you don’t have a
preamp you’re just running through you know a really kind of harsh sort of
signal chain then this de-esser is going to take care of that sibilance that you
really want to tame with your vocals especially in hip-hop so that it’s just
you know that is one of the most annoying things in a vocal is having too
much sibilance so definitely check out third party deessers like that or also the
fabfilter Pro DS is a good one I’m also using this Manny Marroquin Triple D
which again is just great for those of you who are recording with a very
digital kind of clean signal chain this is gonna
warm things up a little bit de-harsh it let’s get to the last thing in our chain
which is just a limiter and all I’m doing with this is just preventing us
from going above zero if you’re using a limiter just in this way on your actual
bus I think the stock limiter does just fine now if we start talking about
master limiters then I think the the Logic Pro X stock plugins are really
limited no pun intended in that way because I believe it is the adaptive
limiter yeah or even the multipressor just the limiter if you’re using this
for mastering it’s just not going to be as transparent as something like ozone
or even the fabfilter Pro L the waves l2 is even going to give you a
cleaner sound so I would recommend one of those before running your mix through
one of those processors in Logic Pro X because it is going to affect your
transients in a not-so-pleasant way so last let’s get to just our send effects
or some of the auxes that I have set up here I’ve got the space designer for the
the reverb in Logic Pro X which honestly it’s a great reverb I really don’t think
that you need to venture too far out from that for a while I do like this 7th
heaven and some of the other third party reverbs the lexicon is a really nice
reverb but again I wouldn’t get ahead of yourself I would start off with the
space designer and even some of the other logic reverb plugins like platinum verb
are you know they’re generally pretty nice tones to them so that’s not really
a troublesome area at least when you’re starting out and then go into our delay
I have the third-party plug-in as echoboy which is a really strong echo
and delay processor processor in my opinion it’s probably the best out there
it’s tough to beat but if you’re just doing like basic you know delay throws
and maybe subtle delays like in the verse like in this one we just have a
16th note delay that’s just giving us a little bit of a stereo effect
so for stuff like that you know again this is going to do you just fine the
tape delay in Logic Pro X let’s just talk about metering really quickly we
you know were able to look at these meters as we were checking out these
verse vocal chains and I have the waves I have some other metering you know I
used the logic excuse me I use the ozone metering sometimes I have one from
plugin alliance called BX meter that I used sometimes and to be honest they all
really tell you the same thing like this one’s measuring RMS right now and peak
this one’s doing peak and RMS and they generally are gonna give you really
close readings to each other this is the same thing peak or rms it’s more about
what you’re kind of used to looking at and what’s going to be the easiest for
you to reference during your mix so if you just glance at one of these you can
really get a quick idea of what is going on so more than anything else in terms
of features they really do the same thing it’s just what is your
personal preference so just keep that in mind but for at least when you’re
starting out again the stock metering and logic is going to be just fine for
you alright y’all so we talked about the stock Logic Pro X plugins specifically
for mixing and compared them with the third-party plug-ins a couple from
waves fabfilter we’ve got some stuff in there from soundtoys some really nice
third-party plugins they’re gonna be more expensive and my advice to you
would be get really comfortable with the stock Logic Pro X plugins and then some
of the first ones that you’re gonna want to check out once you do get comfortable
with those would be a additive EQ something that’s going to give you some
nice clean boosts give you a professional top-end and then I would
look into the de-esser because that again is a gaping hole in some of Logic
Pro X’s plug-in chains and finally you want to invest in a good master limiter
or brick wall limiter so that when you’re doing your mixes and you want to
bring things out at commercial levels and you just want to keep things in
check not peaking on your master bus you’re
going to want something like this it’s not going to drastically affect your transients and it’s going to keep your dynamics in check so definitely
check out something like ozone or even the L2 to the L1 in some cases is OK
from waves as well so a lot of good options out there that are gonna serve
you better than the Logic Pro X master limiters hope the video is helpful for
you if you have any questions about the stock Logic Pro X plugins or third-party
plugins that we compared here feel free to leave a comment below if you learned
anything in the video please like and subscribe and we’ll talk to you soon

Make parallax scrolling effect on background images: with css3 keyframe animation

Make parallax scrolling effect on background images: with css3 keyframe animation


In this tutorial we are practically going
to learn how to create this kind of animation using css3 transform and making this animation
infinite such that there’s no need for any kind of hover action. So this is the main thing that we are going
to learn today. [Music]… Hello and welcome to another new episode of
learning simplified. In
this tutorial we are going to know about how to introduce css3 keyframe animation into
making this kind of animation that means, the animated multiple background
images with the aid of css3 keyframe animation. This thing is super easy to do, super easy
to perform, and the second thing is no JavaScript is practically required
in this case. so once again I have created two separate
pages, index .hTML and style sheet. CSS. And let’s take a look at those images that
we are about to use in this tutorial.That means all these images
, those are practically separated images, separated PNG images, those will be used over
here. So this is the first image,
this is the earth.PNG, as we can see this is the individual image of this planet. and
this is the second image, galaxybg. PNG, that we will be using into this
animation action, and there’s a nightskybg.png as we can see over here. This is is the thing that has been created. This is the nightskybg.png that has been created,
the last but not least we have created a separate stars.png we can see. So this is the thing that we will be noticing,
that we will be experiencing, in building the
background of HTML page.The main background colour of this HTML page will be black. So let’s hop in to our tutorial. I have created a style sheet.css where I have
placed all this codings, and this is the universal selector and this is the default selector
that I have placed individually and I provided that the background
colour is black so I have poured a background colour as Black. And the body is placed at a height of 100%
and an id has been created with an ID name of background
and index. HTML, I have used hTML5 as you can see this
is the declaration of hTML5.now let’s get back to
stylesheet.CSS and start coding. So first of all I am providing here the first
image… So I am placing this earthbg.png here. And all we are going to do we are going to
mention some position over here as we can see,from left we are leaving
a total margin of 90%. And from top we are leaving total margin of,
no I am leaving 20%. Then after this I am attributing
this sort of… Let’s make preposition absolute. Now before making any move over there first
of all, let’s get back to index.HTML call this ID name, now let’s get
back to our project and this is the project actually that we have created at first condition
when nothing else were here except this default selector attribution
which had background colour of black. This was in the first case. Now let’s reload and see what happens after
we make those coding. Now we can see here this earth.PNG
this has been appeared over here and it is repeating in nature as we never mentioned
any kind of repetition attribute for this. So all we need to do we need to
mention here no repeat. Just reload. And we can see that after no repeat attribute
this earth.PNG is appearing right over there where we actually wanted it to be. Now let’s think about the animation. so all I am doing over here I am creating
this animation,I name it as animated-bg , which has a time duration of 50 seconds and
the animation type will be linear that means it will be maintaining a flat speed from start
to end, I am just mentioning this iteration count which is infinite. Now
all I need to do we need to…. I hope you previously remember the term always
reuse, but do not recreate. So this is the same thing that we are doing
here . I am copying this animation name and pasting it
here to avoid any kind of errors. Now there goes reanimation. No it may arise some question, why this kind
of coding as we can see this is the and initial condition
or initial position of the planet .from this position it will be merging towards this position
which is at -20% margin from left and 20% margin from top this. This percentage has been intact it is never
changed as we can see here. Now all we have to do we have to press control
+ s get back to our browser and reload we can see that an animation is initiated and
slowly this is planet Earth, this planet is practically moving from extreme right to its
left position. And this whole animation will be taking place
for 50 seconds. Now if we get back to our, actually what we
want we want that this planet will be merging out from its extreme right and it will be
disappearing out again and it will be converging out of this Canvas out of this HTML Browser
as we can see beyond its view port and it will be disappearing. So all we need to do we need to increase this
extreme margin. As we can see over here this planet is now
emerging out from its extreme right and it is now moving towards its extreme left and
it will be out of this scope of this view port. Actually we have made this amendments in the
position of this planet as you can see it has been enhanced to 120% and it is a positive
value and from this this positive value it is practically moving towards a negative value
that means it is moving opposite to this left margin. So till then it is perfect. It has no problem. now let’s introduce rest of the images so
let’s get back to our project and over here all we need to do we need to create those
multiple backgrounds. Now if we just press control +s and get back
to our project and reload now we can see that this thing is appearing over here and we also
may notice that without any kind of animation attribution
all this things are getting animated you see all these things are moving however Slow it
is. all of them are practically
moving and practical they are moving at a different speed and see yourself over here. So what is the main main cause behind it,
this is the main question and this is the question that I would like to ask to you. Now let’s make some attribution to this so
we are getting back to our project and here we have placed some additional
background position so all we need to do first we need to mention them over here. these are the initial positions that has been
mentioned over here. As we have
mentioned this initial positions all we need to do now we need to mention these final positions
so that is what we are going to do. So as we can see. Now let’s get
back to our project. And reload. Another thing all we need to do we have to
make some certain changes over here we will be checking in the rest of the things, ok
its alright so far we are just changing this values
over here from this 30000 percentage I have just reduced it did -10000%. Let’s know Press control s and get back to
our project and and reload now you can see this that these Galaxybg.png it is practically
shifting towards the right and…. So now we can see each and every
components of these hTML page that is moving that is practically being animated. this animated background, this earth11 PNG,
this star field, this night sky, all these things are moving at different speed,
at a varying speed that is why it is practically providing a 3D effect and this animation this
is taking place for 50 seconds and after 50 seconds it is just recurring,
being recurrent over here it’s just repeating itself as we can see everything is now happening
over here. Now it
is time for the question of the day. The question is we have previously despite
we haven’t provided any this kind of things in the first place we didn’t provide
practically any of these values over here, right? I hope you can still remember. You will see that if you reload you may see
that the animation process is continuing, however mild it is we can see that all of
them are being shifted practically. None of them practically being static, all
of them are shifting. So the question is,
how this is possible and what is the mechanism or what is the code behind it that is practically
drifting this individual backgrounds without mentioning any of these
positions over here. So this is the question of the day you have
to solve this question and you have to comment us back with the result, with the answer you
have found. Write us back with the comment and if you
have any kind of question on this tutorial or regarding any of the previous ones then
you can comment ask any time and we will be communicating with you within
next 2 days or 48 hours. and another thing, we need to mention this
hack codes… And always standard syntax comes at
the end. now just press control+s, get back to your
project and and reload now you can see that this animation is moving on. So this is all for this tutorial. Hope
you have liked or tutorial. If you have liked our tutorial then do not
hesitate to hit that red subscribe button. Hope to see you guys in the next tutorial,
till then, bye.

Ableton Push: Mapping 3rd Party Plugins | UniqueSquared.com

Ableton Push: Mapping 3rd Party Plugins | UniqueSquared.com


Hi Guys, This is Paul with UniqueSquared.com.
As everyone talks about Push but not everyone has gotten their hands on one, a common question
is being asked about whether or not third party plugins will be as easy to use with
Push as Ableton’s own Suite products. As you can see, using Ableton’s own Operator, controls
are easy to access, and even when menu diving, navigation is clean and simple. Sadly, third
party plugins are not this integrated out of the box, but luckily, that’s a very easy
fix. Using an instance of Korg’s Polysix, we’ll show you the quickest method for getting
the controls you like at the top level. Go to the Polysix plugin, or something similar
from your own library, in the channel view and click the “Configure” button. Once this
is clicked, via the plugin view, select the controls you want mirrored by Push. These
will appear in the order they are selected. I like to have my filters and basic shaping
controls available at the top level, so those are the ones I select. On playback you can
see that the Polysix plugin quickly slides into the Push workflow with minimal preparation.
Thanks to how the Polysix is set up, all the labels are easy to read and they spread across
the Push LCD just like Ableton’s own Suite products. With a few quick tweaks, the Polysix
is suddenly playing more like the analog original it is modeled after. With a more complicated plugin, like Native
Instruments Massive, you might want more controls than the simple top level configuration I
built for the Polysix. You might say, “but Paul, how am I supposed to succeed in this
Godless world with only 8 knobs?” To which I would say “stop whining,” but more importantly,
the tabbed menu system in Push is great for these kind of breakouts. As we select four
and then eight controls, we see everything still appear on the first page. We will keep
adding controls, but no longer see them adding on our visible page in Push. Just as in the
case of the Polysix, the Massive controls are now responding quickly in the “oh so Push”
way that makes everyone so happy with Push. If we dive down into the second level of the
controls for massive, we can now see that we have three pages listed on the bottom part
of the LCD menu. Each of these pages can be accessed via the button immediately below
them in the Device view. And that’s the very simple way that you can
map third party plugins to Ableton Push. If you don’t want to do this every time you use
the plugin, simply save the device and load that one in the future. For the best prices on Ableton, Ableton Push,
or to learn more about about both, visit us at UniqueSquared.com. Thanks for watching.

2.2 HTML5 and CSS3: Working with Images

2.2 HTML5 and CSS3: Working with Images


Images are an important part of any webpage. In this video, we will apply an image as our new background,
and then add an image to serve as our banner. To make the background an image instead of a solid color, find the CSS rule that targets the body tag, this
should be near the top of the page. Click at the end of the line that contains the background-color property
and press the Enter key to create a new line. Then, type the CSS code seen on screen. Next, we can remove the border that we applied to the wrapper in
Part One of the training series, we no longer need it. Locate the “div.wrapper” class and highlight the line
of code that defines the border property, then, press the Delete key. Next, we’re going to add a banner to our page. To add a banner, locate the div tag with class banner applied to it, and click in-between the opening and closing div tags. Next, type the HTML code seen on screen. Now, we want to make our banner a
link that links back to the homepage. To make our banner a link, type the following HTML code after
the opening div tag with the class “banner” applied to it, but before the our image tag. Then, close the anchor tag we just created by typing
the following HTML code after the image tag, but before the closing div tag. Now that we have made our image a link, a
border may appear around the image in some browsers. To remove the border, we must define default styling for any
image tag we may add to our web page. To define the default styling, click after the closing
curly brace after for the class “a.navbuttons:hover” and press the Enter key to create a new line. Then, type the CSS code seen on screen.

How to Reduce Video NOISE | Best Way to Remove GRAIN | Neat Plugin Tutorial

How to Reduce Video NOISE | Best Way to Remove GRAIN | Neat Plugin Tutorial


Hello heroes! This is How To GoPro channel. Today we are talking about removing grain
and noise from the video. You can get a lot of noise in the dark part
of the video, especially during shooting in low light conditions and using high ISO. I wanna show you my process and how I use
Neat Plug-in in Adobe Premiere Pro. First I choose some noise video and drag it
onto the timeline. Then find Neat plugin. If you are interested in you may find link
in the description below. Go to Effect Controls to manage it settings. Very important thing is Temporal filter radius. For the best quality you have to set it to
5. After that let’s work with our plug-in. You see a lot of noise in this video now. It’s not so hard to use this plug-in. Click on Auto Profile and you see the program
creates some square for analyzing pixels and removing grain and noise. You may move it and increase as much as possible
for the better results. Then click Noise Filter Settings to see preliminary
results. And that’s all. If you like it just click apply. If you like the video please thumbs up and
subscribe for more!

Edit Footer Copyright “Proudly powered by WordPress”

Edit Footer Copyright “Proudly powered by WordPress”


All right, so Brian on YouTube just asked how to edit the footer in Sydney and how to delete the powered by wordpress section So brian you’re the man we’re going to solve it for you right [now] because I think your question is a Common one that other people have and this can apply to other wordpress themes and blogs and websites, too We’re going to learn how to edit this section right at the very bottom in the footer [alright], so let’s do it if we click customize then we We can click footer But a lot of themes don’t allow us to edit this area some of them want us to buy the pro version To get a footer editor but we don’t want to do that of course so instead we can x out and just go to the dashboard and Then we can hover on appearance and click editor alright, and we’re going to find where that footer section actually lives in our core files and Now on the right hand [side]. We’re going to look for footer dot Php we Found it so click on [‘theme] footer also known as footer dot php All right now this theme is laid out in a really simple manner so we can find the footer area right away It’s just the piece of htML in between The two divs that are right right here the dIv class site info container is The start of it And then this dIv is the end of it so we want to edit the highlighted part Your theme might be organized differently or there might be multiple files that control the footer [but] let us know in the comments, and we’ll help you find the right section to edit. It’s usually something similar to this so once we find it and Take a look at it. We can see that Sydney has written some complex code but really all this highlighted section is is just Generating this section at the bottom [that] says proudly powered by wordpress and then theme sydney by a themes, and you can see the actual text if you look at the Proudly powered by that’s just text then wordpress, but because they’re brilliant with code they can wrap [it] in these fancy stylings [so] we could just edit these sections individually like delete proudly But I want to actually delete the entire section and when we leave the dIv and the class right here Intact then the styling will also be [intact], so whatever we write here will have the styling that the theme intended All right so we’re just going to delete this but you can also edit it individually part by part if you want and Then I’m just going to show you how to write in our own footer So I’m going to copyright 2016 vertical line all rights reserved if you want to create a link you can create that by just You know writing out the a href equals something like another website or maybe your terms and conditions page or your services page something like that and Then you can just write [like] terms and conditions Or you can create that link in the wordpress new post or new page editor and just paste it in that’s an easier method Alright because sometimes we can mess this up Alright just an example footer that doesn’t look [that] good. I’m sure your footer will look better [we] can update file but just make sure you didn’t delete any pieces of the code that you intended on keeping like the alligator brackets or Other pieces that we need all right and then click update file Now when we refresh the site We’ll see we have our own custom footer on the sydney theme which should also work on virtually any wordpress theme, you’re working on Alright everyone so thanks for watching again, and I’ll talk to you soon

► HTML5 & CSS3 Tutorial — 001 — Welcome Video! (w/ GeekDisorder)

► HTML5 & CSS3 Tutorial — 001 — Welcome Video! (w/ GeekDisorder)


Hello, welcome to Geek Disorder’s
HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript/jQuery Series. This is Lavick, I’ll be walking you through the series. This is our welcome video. It’s going to cover
Who this series is for and What will it Cover? Alright. Who is this series for? This series is for people that may have never seen
HTML, CSS, or JavaScript / jQuery before. We will start with the very basics and work
our way up to some of the more advanced topics. This series is also for people that may have worked with xHTML, HTML, and CSS like the earlier versions like HTML4 . But may not know what’s new in HTML5 and CSS3. If you want to learn the basics of
JavaScript and jQuery this series is for you. We won’t be going into the more advanced
topics of Javascript and jQuery But Geek Disorder will be putting out a full series, on JavaScript and then a series on the Javascript libary jQuery in the future. What will this series cover? We’re going to cover HTML5, CSS3,
the basics of JavaScript and jQuery. And a quick overview of the series is. Well, we’re going to start with introduction to web development. That’s going to cover a basic overview of web development. The web development tools you can use. What you will need to actually complete this series. And special web development issues. We’re going to move on the introduction to HTML5,
like the structure of a web page, formating with CSS The CSS block model, laying out your web page with CSS. Some more intermediate topics of HTML5: Links, lists, images, tables, forms, audio, video
and formatting your page for printing. Then we’ll hit some of the more advanced
topics of HTML5 like JavaScript. We’ll introduce you to the JavaScript library jQuery. Also, we’ll introduce you to jQuery mobile. Make some good web pages for tablets, your phones, such as that. We’ll move on to some more advanced topics
in HTML5 and CSS3, like canvas. We’re going to touch on designing a web page. And then deploy your web site from your computer
onto the web site so everyone can see it. How in depth will this series be? Well, the HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript / jQuery series
will be around 75 to 100 videos. each being 7 to 15 minutes in length on average. We’ll do our best to cover as much HTML5 and CSS3 as we can. If we miss something, just let us know. We will be more than happy to work on putting
out a video to cover it. Add it to the series. We will cover the basics of some of the more
advanced topics in HTML5/ CSS3 like I said canvas. We will definitely do another series that goes a lot
more in-depth on canvas and such in the future. We will cover the basics of JavaScript and jQuery. And putting out a full series that cover the more advanced
topics in Javascript jQuery in the future also. Well, this is Lavick with Geek Disorder. I’ll hope you all will enjoy this series. So, please. We’ll be putting out videos pretty regularly. So, please join us for our HTML5, CSS3,
and JavaScript/ jQuery series! Y’all have a good day.