This icon set is 100% free for personal and commercial use under the Creative Commons License. You can free download the icon set via their Gumroad page (link above), which includes SVG format, Figma, and Sketch files.
Also on your QuickStart video on YouTube you show opening the original VPT4.xml file that comes in the download. Should we also do that at start-up or can we just open our own saved projects in this way?
For each practicum session, you will be expected to submit a single .zip file containing all your work. Please create a folder for each session, and a folder for each exercise within that folder. Each exercise will specify precisely which files you will have to submit to be considered for full credit for that practicum. These files will be submitted via Courseworks, under the Assignments page.
Extra instructions: Save your SV session file in the same directory as the original wave file for each exercise. At the end of the lab, zip the whole thing together into a single compressed folder/archive and upload to the Courseworks assignment associated with the practicum. Where audio files are linked in the instructions, you should use your browser to download the file in question.
Wave files (.wav extension) are the most straightforward file format in this list, essentially consisting of a sequence of raw intensity values that are the results of the process of digital sampling. As a result, a wave file can be used to faithfully reconstruct the entire original audio signal within the human hearing range without any actual loss. Digital audio files stored in this format are rather large: approximately 10.09 MB per minute of recorded sound.3 Considering that the theoretical maximum download speed of most dial-up internet connections during the 1990s was 28.8 kbps (0.0036 MB/s), it would take at least 2.5 hours to download a single ~3-minute track stored in this format. The online distribution of music required either smaller file sizes, or faster internet connections. 781b155fdc