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Re: Organ Music



Hi CJ,

Yes, it was the organ sound.  I'm going to add the line:

(setq emacspeak-play-emacspeak-startup-icon t)

Don't laugh at me.  I still use nano to edit files because I keep
forgetting the emacs file commands.

I'll learn..

David


On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 9:50 PM, Christopher Chaltain
<chaltain@gmail.com> wrote:
> No, I think he's still talking about the .emacs file. You can execute
> code fragments from your .emacs file if you want them active in your
> current session. There's nothing special about the scratch buffer in
> this sense.
>
> Wow, without having the complete thread attached below, it's impossible
> to provide much more help. I think someone was talking about the startup
> sounds, so to hear these, you'd have to set this variable inyour .emacs
> file, save the file and then restart Emacs.
>
> If you're just talking about the auditory icons, you can turn these on
> with C-e C-a or C-u C-e C-a to turn them on globally.
>
> On 29/10/11 20:05, D.J.J. Ring, Jr. wrote:
>> Oh, now you must be talking about putting it in the scratch buffer
>> instead of directly into the ~/.emacs file.
>>
>> I thought it was C-j to evaluate there, but I will use C-x C-e as you say.
>>
>> Thank you very much.  I like organ music.  If anyone wants a good
>> music album there are two terrific ones - one is of the Atlantic City
>> boardwalk organ and the other one is of the Sidney, Australia Opera
>> House organ - two octaves below the lowest C of the piano or 8 Hz!
>> The pipe is 64 feet long and vibrates the whole room - if you have a
>> big speaker system - or commercial system - this is better than the
>> starting note in Thus Spoke Zarathustra (2001 Space Odyssey) which is
>> 16 cycles per second vibration.
>>
>> You don't so much hear these notes but feel them - but the sensation
>> is very odd - it feels so strange!
>> David
>>
>>
>> On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 8:22 PM, Rob Hill <robhill@es.co.nz> wrote:
>>> Hello David,
>>>
>>> That's right.  You'll then have to place the cursor after the last
>>> right paren, and press c-x c-e to evaluate (activate) the variable.
>>> Don't forget to save it too.
>>>
>>> Rob
>>>
>>>
>>> D.J.J. Ring, Jr. writes:
>>>  > plain text, ISO-8859-1              [Press RETURN to display text]
>>>
>>> --
>>>
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