I’m using a Shure SM58 on my PC via an XLR Female to 3.5mm Jack Cable. The issue is whenever I listen back to a recording I hear a buzzing static like sound. I’m new to recording audio and I haven’t been able to find a solution for this yet. Any ideas as to how I can solve this issue and pick up clean audio?
We have been happily using Zoho as an email provider for years, but recently we noticed we we’re getting a lot of emails being bounced as “blocked” at our client’s ends.
After investigating it seem that a bank of Zoho’s outgoing mail servers have been blacklisted as they had been “associated with a spam campaign”.
We have contacted our clients and they are liaising with their mail providers to have this reversed, but we know this could take a while. We have been asked, therefore, by our department head, to see if we can setup our own SMTP server for outgoing mail to get back up and running quickly.
I’ve got this set up and working, save for the SPF record. Emails are getting through currently but flagged as emails are coming from our domain
example.com rather than a Zoho address.
The SPF record for
example.com is currently:
v=spf1 include:zoho.eu ~all
I have tried adding
example.com as a second include:
v=spf1 include:example.com include:zoho.eu ~all, but this is creating a recursive loop (
example.com goes to
example.com goes to
example.com etc, etc).
How do I correctly format the SPF record to allow emails sent from our own SMTP server to pass validation?
This is the 4th question I’ve ran across in a month about querying parents (
facility_name) for containing, at least, a specific sub-set of tags (
For reference, Here is one of the posts on DBA SE with my answer.
- Find all the required matches
- ensure that you have the correct cardinality.
This question required
COUNT(distinct) instead of
COUNT(*) (as shown in the other post).
Your schema was simple enough to put into DB Fiddle to validate.
Schema (MySQL v8.0)
create table source_table ( Facility_name varchar(1), product_id varchar(2), `Week` int); insert into source_table values ('A', 'A1', 1), ('A', 'A1', 1), ('A', 'A2', 2), ('A', 'A3', 3), ('B', 'B1', 1), ('B', 'B2', 2), ('C', 'B3', 3), ('C', 'C1', 1), ('D', 'D1', 2);
with query_these_weeks as ( select 1 as `Week` union all select 2 as `Week` union all select 3 as `Week` ) select Facility_name from source_table as a join query_these_weeks as b on a.`Week` = b.`Week` group by Facility_name having count(distinct a.`Week`) = (select count(*) from query_these_weeks);
| Facility_name | | ------------- | | A |
View on DB Fiddle
I want to record GPS coordinates for all of the pictures I take with my Nikon D5300.
Unfortunately, from time to time, after coming back from a photographing expedition, I realize that none of the pictures of the last few days have location information. Looking at the camera’s settings, I see that “Record location data” is set to “Off”, even though I am 100% sure I never switched it off.
When that happens, I cry for a few minutes then switch it back on, and hope it will last a bit longer.
I could check the setting every morning, but that would take time and I would rather avoid loosing a day’s worth of location data.
Question: Why does “Record location data” gets switched off?
If it is when a particular event happens, or after a certain number of days, I can try to mitigate the problem.
- I removed the battery for a night to charge it, and upon putting the battery back into the camera, “Record location data” was still on, so it is probably not the reason.
I have 3 tables:
Race - id PK Racer - id PK - rank Winner - id PK - race_id FK(Race.id) - racer_id FK(Racer.id) - rank - prize UNIQUE CONSTRAINT (race_id, rank)
Racer.rank is a non-unique values, as some players can tie to a rank. I try to have records in
Winner to have its
rank match the
Racer.rank that it references to. The unique constraint is to ensure that each race has only one 1st place.
The integrity between
Racer.rank is to enforcing if we later update
Racer.rank, we will have to update the value in
Winner as well, or remove that
Winner row. How can I enforce that matching?
Other separate question:
– Is there a keyword that describe what I try to accomplish? I try to search with “referential integrity”, “foreign constraint non-unique”… but none gets me to satified result.
I was using my Canon EOS M100 in recording a video. It suddenly stopped recording without me pressing the red record button. When I tried to record again, it creates a continuous beeping sound and it won’t record anything anymore. I tried checking the memory card and deleted files. I also took out the battery and put it in again. Nothing seemed to work. Would you anyone know how to fix it?
In my 2D sidescroller game, I want to separate the animations for the head and the body of my character.
While idling, my charcter’s body bounces slightly up and down (kind of a breathing motion). Thus, the head should keep up.
However, when I press
Record and make adjustments for the head, the head moves up and down smoothly instead of following the body frame by frame.
How can I remove the smooth transitions from one position to the other?
Here is a screenshot from Unity demonstrating the hierarchy and the animation keyframes.