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MasterClass - Judd Apatow Teaches Comedy
HDRip | MP4 / H.264 | AVC, 1280х720, 16:9, 733 kb/s, 24.000 FPS | AAC, 96 kb/s, 44.1 kHz, 2 channels
English | 2018 | 06:34:05 | 2.44 GB

Content
01.Introduction
Meet your new instructor: writer, director, producer, and stand-up extraordinaire Judd Apatow. In your first lesson, Judd tells you what you'll learn, why he's teaching, and why we need comedy now more than ever.
02.Judd's Journey
Judd shares stories and lessons from a lifetime in comedy. Hear how he fell in love with comedy, interviewed his childhood idols, and went from washing dishes to making Hollywood hits.
03.Writing Stand-Up Comedy
When it comes to stand-up comedy, Judd's thesis is simple: the more personal you get, the funnier you'll be. Learn how to find, develop, and refine gut-busting stand-up material based on your own experiences.
04.Performing Stand-Up Comedy
Don't let nerves or inexperience stop you from getting up on stage. Judd educates you on how to work the crowd, overcome stage fright, and find value in every performance.
05.Developing Life Into Story
Many of Judd's most hilarious and heartfelt stories are based on his own experiences-but real life is just one ingredient. Judd offers guidance on how to examine your life, identify humorous moments, and use them as jumping off points for comedic stories.
06.Case Studies: Developing Life Into Story
After taking a detailed look at two projects that are based on real experiences, Judd shares valuable lessons on how to create stories that are hilarious, relatable, and engaging.
07.Crafting Comedic Storylines
Judd believes that when you write, you should look at your comedies as dramas. In this lesson he shares the tools he uses to infuse heart and humor into everything he does.
08.Structuring Films, Part 1
Judd reveals how he cracked the code on story structure and shares the basic template that he uses for many of his projects.
09.Structuring Films, Part 2
Judd teaches you how to make the most out of your opening scenes and utilize "set pieces" for maximum comedic effect.
10.Writing Process: First Draft
Judd shares his step-by-step process for brainstorming scene ideas, creating an outline, and setting reasonable writing goals for a first draft.
11.Writing Habits
The prospect of filling the blank page is scary-even for Judd. Learn Judd's personal habits for finding his flow and allowing his creative mind to take the reins.
12.Character, Part 1
Amazing characters are at the heart of any great comedy. Judd reveals a secret weapon that he uses when he's looking for character inspiration. Plus, he teaches you how to craft compelling, authentic, and funny characters through psychology, ego, and emotion.
13.Character, Part 2
Learn how to milk the most humor out of your characters through carefully designed dynamics and strong presence.
14.Dialogue
A joke always works better when it is true to character. Learn how to use your characters' desires, insecurities, and personalities to craft realistic, funny dialogue.
15.Tips for Writing Television
Writing an entire season of television can be a daunting task. Judd gives you guidance on how to familiarize yourself with writing for this unique format, plus insight into how he and his collaborators plan a full-season arc.
16.Workshopping Scripts, Part 1
Collaboration is an essential aspect of Judd's creative process. Learn how you can use input from peers and friends to take your projects to the next level.
17.Workshopping Scripts, Part 2
Everything in screenwriting is about rewriting. Judd examines the fundamental role that rewrites have played in his projects and how he refines his work until the picture is locked.
18.Casting
Casting is key in bringing a character to life. Judd explains his process for finding the right actors and conducting auditions in a way that encourages improvisation and collaboration.
19.Working With Actors
Judd discusses his guiding principles for working with actors and lays out the methods he uses to help them give their best performances.
20.Advice for Actors
Learn how to knock 'em dead in your next audition. Judd explains the essential dos and don'ts for actors who are trying out for roles.
21.Directing: Tone
When you're making a comedy, it's all about establishing and maintaining your tone. In this lesson, Judd examines this crucial component of filmmaking and describes the steps you should take to communicate your creative vision with your collaborators.
22.Directing: Shooting Comedy
There is no reason not to make something. Judd demystifies the process of directing, explains how he taught himself filmmaking, and provides rules for always capturing the content you need.
23.Directing: Production
From budgets to scheduling to managing a crew, Judd discusses important aspects of filmmaking and offers advice on how to tackle each.
24.Case Studies: Improvisation
Using some of his favorite scenes as teaching tools, Judd reveals how he uses improvisation to capture hilarious and authentic human interactions between his actors.
25.The Evolution of a Scene: Knocked Up
A lot can change between the script and the screen. In this lesson, Judd takes a detailed look at a scene fromKnocked Upand shows how he and his actors brought his words to life. (Bonus: You also get his Seth Rogen impression.)
26.Editing and Testing Films, Part 1
Judd shares some words to live by for editing films and illustrates how you can use the testing process to make your projects as strong and funny as possible.
27.Editing and Testing Films, Part 2
Judd dives deeper on how to improve your projects through testing and provides some expert tips on how to squeeze extra humor out of your scenes.
28.Music in Comedy
A bad score can ruin a movie. Learn some of the common pitfalls of music in comedy and how to avoid them.
29.Pitching
Everybody has to pitch, even Judd Apatow. Judd discusses what he is looking for when he is listening to pitches, as well the techniques that he personally uses when trying to sell a new project.
30.Succeeding in Show Business
Show business is a competition. In this lesson Judd explains the things that you can do to stand out and excel in this demanding industry.
31.A Life in Comedy
Judd provides some words of wisdom and inspiration for those pursuing a life in comedy.
32.Closing
Judd ends his class with some parting advice: Take a risk, find the courage to express yourself, and start writing jokes-because he's not going to write them for you.
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MasterClass - Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Techniques I: Vegetables, Pasta, and Eggs
.MP4, AVC, 1000 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 7.6 hours | + PDF Workbook | 3.72 GB

Fundamental techniques. Fantastic food.

Thomas Keller is the only American-born chef to hold multiple Michelin three-star ratings. In his first online class, the chef behind The French Laundry teaches you how to master the fundamentals of cooking. Learn about handling kitchen tools, preparing foundational ingredients (like vegetables, eggs, and pasta), and the science behind cooking. Gain the skills-and confidence-that will help you execute recipes to perfection.

Lesson Plan
01. Introduction
Meet your new instructor, Chef Thomas Keller. The award-winning chef shares an overview of what he'll be teaching in his MasterClass: fundamental cooking techniques that will empower you to make great food in your own kitchen.

02. Kitchen Setup: Essential Tools
Before you start cooking, learn which essential tools-from knives to whisks-you should always keep in the kitchen.

03. Kitchen Setup: Essential Ingredients
Learn the key ingredients that you'll need to enhance and add flavor to any dish.

04. Kitchen Setup: Cookware
Finish your kitchen setup by learning what cookware you'll need for every dish. Chef Keller also shows you how to avoid cluttering your kitchen with unnecessary tools.

05. Sourcing Ingredients
What does it really mean when food is called local, organic, or sustainable? Chef Keller explains those terms and talks about how he chooses ingredients for meals.

06. Vegetables: An Introduction
Vegetables are a source of inspiration for Chef Keller. Here, he introduces you to a few preparations that will let you enjoy their flavors in every season.

07. Big-Pot Blanching: Asparagus
Blanching gives you bright, vibrant, and well-seasoned vegetables. Learn Chef Keller's technique, and find out his favorite tools for peeling asparagus.

08. Glazing: Carrots
Chef Keller teaches you how to bring out the natural sweetness of carrots by glazing them.

09. Peeling: Tomatoes
Learn how Chef Keller refines tomatoes for use in salads, sauces, and sandwiches-by peeling them.

10. Braising: Artichokes
Preparing artichokes takes patience and practice. But Chef Keller shows you how to transform the ingredient into dishes that are satisfying and versatile.

11. Purée: Potatoes
This French potato purée is not to be confused with mashed potatoes. Learn how to create this luxurious dish-starting with the correct potato varietal to use.

12. Pickling
Capture the seasonal flavors of vegetables for year-round enjoyment by learning how to properly pickle them.

13. Purée: Parsnips
Learn how to purée a parsnip: a lesser-known root vegetable that Chef Keller loves.

14. Confit: Eggplant & Garlic
Chef Keller teaches you how to confit an eggplant, applying a technique most commonly used with duck to make a creamy and succulent dish.

15. Roasting: Zucchini
Learn how to enhance the flavor of a typical summer vegetable with this technique.

16. Baking: Beets
Chef Keller's technique for beets involves baking to avoid diluting the flavor and color of the main ingredients.

17. Eggs: An Introduction
Chef Keller loves working with eggs. He discusses why they are his favorite ingredient and explains the different ways you'll learn to work with them.

18. Mayonnaise
Homemade mayonnaise is versatile, dynamic, flavorful, and the building block for many sauces. Learn how Chef Keller makes it.

19. Hollandaise
Hollandaise is a very special sauce for Chef Keller, and he teaches you how to make it to accompany your dishes.

20. Custard: Crème Anglaise
Crème anglaise is one of Chef Keller's favorite dessert sauces. Learn how to make a traditional vanilla anglaise-without curdling.

21. Meringue
Use leftover egg whites from your sauces to make a beautiful, sweet dessert that will delight your friends and family.

22. Boiled Eggs
Chef Keller begins every day with boiled eggs. There are many variables when boiling eggs-egg size, burner strength, and pot size, among others. Chef Keller teaches you how to boil an egg to your taste.

23. Scrambled Eggs
Chef Keller shows you two techniques for scrambled eggs-the way his mother made them and the technique he learned in France.

24. Poached Eggs
Chef Keller teaches you how simple it can be to poach an egg, resulting in an elegant and satisfying dish.

25. Omelet
Elevate your breakfast by making a beautiful, silken, golden omelet that's finished with some classic ingredients.

26. Pasta: An Introduction
While Chef Keller is trained in classical French cooking, he loves working with pasta. Learn how to transform five simple ingredients into versatile pasta dough.

27. Pasta Dough
Learn Chef Keller's technique for determining when your pasta dough is done, which he learned from an Italian grandmother.

28. Agnolotti
Chef Keller teaches you his technique for making a pasta that traps sauce in pockets.

29. Agnolotti with Peas and Bacon
Learn how to make a composed dish with your agnolotti, complete with peas, bacon, and a delicate parmesan crisp.

30. Spaghetti alla Chitarra and Cavatelli
Chef Keller demonstrates how to make two pasta shapes that take a little bit of patience but lead to gratifying results.

31. Spaghetti Aglio e Olio
In this dish, the ingredients are simple, but the technique is refined. Use your homemade pasta, garlic, and olive oil, and finish with bottarga.

32. Fettuccine and Linguine
Chef Keller shows you how to make these two classic pastas and how to make sure your pasta sheets stay pliable.

33. Gnocchi
Learn how to make potato gnocchi. Chef Keller shows you how to feel and test it to see if you've worked with the correct amounts of ingredients.

34. Gnocchi with Pomodoro
Pomodoro sauce is quick and fresh. Chef Keller teaches you his technique for making a perfect pomodoro that he learned from other world-renowned chefs.

35. Six Disciplines of Success
Learn the six disciplines that were critical to Chef Keller's success early in his career, plus how you can apply them in your professional or home kitchen.

36. Essential Philosophies
Chef Keller leaves you with his personal philosophy about cooking and his thoughts on the importance of nurturing the people you love through food.
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MasterClass - Shonda Rhimes Teaches Writing for Television
.MP4, AVC, 3200 kbps, 1920x1080 | English, AAC, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 6+ hours | + PDF Workbook | 8.44 GB

Make Great Television

When Shonda Rhimes pitched Grey's Anatomy she got so nervous she had to start over. Twice. Since then, she has created and produced TV's biggest hits. In her class, Shonda teaches you how to create compelling characters, write a pilot, pitch your idea, and stand out in the writers' room. You'll also get original pilot scripts, pitch notes, and series bibles from her shows. Welcome to Shondaland.

Lesson Plan
01. Introduction
Welcome to Shondaland. Meet Shonda, the woman behind some of television's biggest and most talked about hits, and learn what she'll teach you about the craft of writing for television.

02. Teach Yourself TV Writing
Shonda discusses the importance of knowing your television history and how you can learn some of the fundamentals of storytelling on your own.

03. Finding an Idea
It all begins with an idea. Shonda reveals her process for finding and assessing ideas, and determining what makes a great idea for a TV series.

04. Developing the Concept
Show titles, story bibles, tone, structure - Shonda walks you through how to take your idea and turn it into a fully-fleshed out concept.

05. Researching Your Story
Effective research can make your story come to life. Using case studies from Scandal and Grey's Anatomy, Shonda discusses her techniques and method for conducting research for her stories.

06. Creating Memorable Characters: Part 1
Meredith Grey, Olivia Pope, Cristina Yang - Shonda has created some of the most memorable characters to grace television. In this chapter, Shonda breaks down how she approaches the character development process.

07. Creating Memorable Characters: Part 2
Shonda shares her techniques on how to effectively develop and evolve your characters when writing your stories, including when and how to kill off characters.

08. Pitching Your Show
You can't make a TV show without pitching it first. Shonda shares how she originally pitched Grey's Anatomy to network executives and her top tips for how to deliver an effective pitch.

09. Writing a Script: Structure
Shonda breaks down the five acts of television and what needs to be accomplished in each one to tell an effective story in a one-hour drama.

10. Writing a Script: Process
You have your premise, your characters, and your research. Now it's time to write your script. Shonda talks about her own process for preparing to write a script, including how to create beat sheets and outlines.

11. Writing a Script: Effective Habits
Writer's block? No time? Shonda breaks through the myths of writing and details how exactly she gets her writing done.

12. Writing a Script: The Pilot
When it comes to television, the pilot is everything. Shonda discusses the key ingredients to what makes a great pilot, including discussing her alternative opening scenes for the show Scandal.

13. Writing Authentic Dialogue
Shonda shares her tips on how to write realistic and engaging dialogue for your characters.

14. Case Study: Grey's Anatomy Pilot - Part 1
Shonda breaks down the Grey's Anatomy pilot act-by-act and shares why she made certain story decisions.

15. Case Study: Grey's Anatomy Pilot - Part 2
Shonda continues to break down the Grey's Anatomy pilot act-by-act.

16. Case Study: Scandal Pilot - Act One
Shonda breaks down the first act of the Scandal pilot, revealing why she structured the opening scene the way she did.

17. Case Study: Scandal Pilot - Act Two
Shonda discusses act two of the Scandal pilot and the introduction of Olivia's White House storyline.

18. Case Study: Scandal Pilot - Act Three
Shonda discusses act three of the Scandal pilot and how to balance various story lines in a single episode.

19. Case Study: Scandal Pilot - Act Four
Shonda discusses act four of the Scandal pilot and the importance of quickening the pace of your action.

20. Case Study: Scandal Pilot - Act Five
Shonda discusses the final act of the Scandal pilot and reveals how she set up the pilot for an entire season of episodes.

21. Editing Your Script
You've written the first draft - now comes the task of editing your script. Shonda reveals her own editing process and provides tips on the best things to cut in a script.

22. Beyond the Pilot: Writing a Series
Shonda has never had a TV show last for less than six seasons. In this chapter, Shonda discusses what keeps people watching a show beyond the pilot.

23. Scandal Case Study: "It's Handled"
In this case study, Shonda discusses how the scene between Olivia and Rowan Pope in the season three premiere of Scandal cleverly uses dialogue to reveal who the characters are, and the importance of the scene in the show's story.

24. Breaking into the Industry
Shonda reveals her top tips for networking, working entry-level jobs, and her thoughts on film school.

25. Working in a Writers' Room
Shonda discusses what she looks for in writers when staffing her shows and how her own writers' rooms are structured.

26. Working in TV Production
Shonda talks about how a writer can best adapt to the fast-paced world of television production and the important lessons she has learned in over a decade of producing TV.

27. Showrunning
Becoming and being a showrunner is exciting, but it comes with immense responsibilities. Shonda talks through how she learned to become an effective showrunner.

28. Life of a Writer*
Writing is not just a profession; it is a way of life. Shonda discusses the issue of "work/life balance" and the physical and mental habits to survive a writer's life.

29. Shonda's Journey
Learn how Shonda went from being a Dartmouth and USC graduate to the queen of Thursday night.

30. Conclusion
Shonda wraps up her MasterClass with a few departing thoughts and suggestions for next steps.

*Missing Lesson
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MasterClass - Ron Howard Teaches Directing
.MP4, AVC, 1100 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 7 hrs 48 mins | + PDF Workbook | 4.6 GB

Direct your story

Ron Howard made his first film in 22 days with $602,000. Today, his movies have grossed over $1.8 billion. In his first-ever online class, the Oscar-winning director of Apollo 13 and A Beautiful Mind decodes the craft of directing like never before. In lessons and on-set workshops, you'll learn how to evaluate ideas, work with actors, block scenes, and bring your vision to the screen-whether it's a laptop or an IMAX theater.

Lesson Plan
01. Introduction
You know Ron Howard as an Oscar-winning director, a producer, an actor, and one of Hollywood's great storytellers. Now, he's your instructor. Meet Ron and learn why the director is the ultimate "keeper of the story."

02. Choosing a Story
Ron believes anyone can direct a movie. The key is loving a story, understanding it, and then backing up your instincts with craft. Learn his technique for finding and telling fresh stories that will leave an impact on audiences.

03. Evaluating a Script
Over the years, Ron has developed a personal checklist to evaluate and strengthen a script. Learn the key components of a great screenplay and how to build your own checklist to identify material that's right for you.

04. Refining a Script
Scripts must work on creative and intellectual levels. Ron knows there's no shortcut to the rewriting process, and he shares how he ensures a script is "camera ready" before embarking on production.

05. Story Inspiration: Case Studies
Ron works on an idea when he feels a flush of inspiration, which can come from the theme, his personal relationship with the idea, or its freshness. Learn how this approach has helped him create some of his most enduring and beloved films.

06. Developing the Film
Throughout the development process, your choices and beliefs as a director are going to be tested. Learn how Ron finds the best collaborators to navigate through development hell and bring his projects to life.

07. Collaboration: Part 1
Learn Ron's policy for collaborating on a movie and how working in groups of three can bring out the best in a creative team.

08. Collaboration: Part 2
While collaboration is central to Ron's process, he warns against directing by committee. Directors need to have the confidence to hear everyone, but listen to themselves.

09. Working with Cinematographers
The language of photography can overwhelm new directors. Ron talks you through how to find the right collaborator, rely on them, and work with them to define your movie's visual tone.

10. Cinematography
Ron thinks about cinematic choices almost like a character in the movie. Learn how lighting, lenses, and stylistic choices can add visual power to your film.

11. Production Design
Learn how Ron finds the right production designers and works to inspire them to create sets that help tell your story, using a mosaic of palettes and colors.

12. Case Study: Frost/Nixon
Ron revisits the cinematography and production design decisions that energized and surprised him when he made Frost/Nixon, including powerful lessons about turning compromise into creativity.

13. Research
Seemingly small or trivial details can anchor a scene, reinforce a director's vision, and forge a stronger connection with the audience.

14. Scene Deconstruction: Raiders of the Lost Ark
Ron shares a story about how a lucky mistake-forgetting his headphones on an airplane-taught him how to better understand the mechanics of shots, camera setups, and sequences in an action scene.

15. Scene Deconstruction: Apollo 13
Ron walks you through the movie's iconic launch sequence and explains how meticulous research and shot planning energized a familiar historical moment.

16. Scene Deconstruction: A Beautiful Mind
Ron shares how he flipped the movie's point of view at a key juncture in the film in order to underscore the realization of a powerful truth.

17. Casting
Ron encourages you to look beyond an actor's tangible skills. Learn how to trust your gut and recognize the intangible qualities that a performer will bring to a role.

18. Working with Actors: Part 1
Ron urges you to collaborate with, inspire, and protect your actors. Learn how you can prepare yourself to work with them-and when to trust them to deliver the performance you need.

19. Working with Actors: Part 2
Learn why Ron always looks for moments where an actor's instinct brings emotional truth to a scene.

20. Frost/Nixon: Read-through & Staging Rehearsal
A director's job is to narrow the seemingly endless staging choices. Here, Ron offers a rare opportunity to watch his directorial process in action.

21. Frost/Nixon: Feature Staging for Masters
This approach most closely replicates the staging approach of the original movie. Watch Ron as he collects masters for each setup.

22. Frost/Nixon: Feature Staging for Coverage
Ron shows you how he shoots all the coverage he knows he will need in order to optimize for creative choices in the edit.

23. Frost/Nixon: Alternate Staging Possibilities
Now that Ron knows he has all his master shots and additional coverage, he explores other possibilities-often following an actor's natural instincts.

24. Frost/Nixon: Steadicam Staging
Ron reworks the scene for a Steadicam, which requires technical movement and choreography from actors.

25. Frost/Nixon: Steadicam Staging for Frost POV
Ron shows you an alternative approach he could have tried in the film: using a Steadicam to shoot from David Frost's point of view.

26. Frost/Nixon: Staging for Indie Shoot
If you need to compromise on set, Ron encourages you to keep the staging simple. This indie approach maximizes coverage with limited resources.

27. Frost/Nixon: Staging Review
Reviewing the staging exercises, Ron talks you through what he was considering while blocking the actors and planning for each shot.

28. Editing: Part 1
For Ron, the editing process is the time when you execute the final rewrite of a movie. Learn how to find the right editor and develop an editing style for your film together.

29. Editing: Part 2
Early cuts can break your heart, but Ron knows that editing also offers a thrilling chance to uncover your story again and see your film in a new and improved way.

30. Sound Design
Sound design works on a subliminal level. Sometimes taking sound away can be as powerful as adding it.

31. Music and Scoring
Ron explains how the most talented composers pick up on details of actors' performances and build music cues that deepen a story.

32. Find a Story You Love
In his final lesson, Ron urges you to be open to the moments and experiences that inspire you, and to find a story that you love and tell it.
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MasterClass - Judy Blume Teaches Writing
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2017 | English | 04:50:22 | 2.49 GB

Write timeless stories

Judy Blume broke the rules. Her refreshingly honest children's books were banned by hundreds of libraries and loved by generations of readers, who bought 85 million copies of classics like Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret and Superfudge. In her first online writing class, the award-winning author teaches you how to invent vivid characters, write realistic dialogue, and turn your experiences into stories people will treasure.

Lesson Plan
01.Introduction
The honest, everyday struggles of Judy Blume's characters resonate with millions of readers. Now, she's your instructor. Judy invites you to discover your own process by hearing what worked for her.
02.Judy's Childhood
Judy was an anxious kid and used stories she invented as companions and a creative outlet. Hear her talk about the early beginnings of her rich imagination.
03.Finding Ideas - Part 1
Judy believes the most powerful stories come from within, yet writers need to be highly attuned to the world around them. She shares her process for identifying and developing strong ideas.
04.Finding Ideas - Part 2
Judy discusses the highly personal calculation every writer will make about whether to raid their own lives for material. She also talks about the importance of letting ideas percolate before committing them to paper.
05.Idea Case Studies
Judy shares the inspiration behind some of her most iconic and enduring books and characters: Margaret, Fudge, and Blubber.
06.Writing for Younger Readers - Part 1
Learn how to tap into the childhood version of yourself to authentically relate to younger readers. Kids have big questions and want their lives reflected in the books they read.
07.Writing for Younger Readers - Part 2
Give kids credit-they understand more than you think. Judy explains that authors should never write as adults talking to children.
08.In the Unlikely Event Case Study - Part 1
Judy deconstructs how she researched her sprawling novel, which she based on series of unbelievable-yet-true events that happened in her hometown when she was a teenager.
09.In the Unlikely Event Case Study - Part 2
Judy calls her notebooks her security blankets. Take a peek inside them to see how she bridged information with imagination to fictionalize a story she personally experienced.
10.Creating Memorable Characters - Part 1
Compelling and layered characters drive stories forward and keep readers wanting to turn the page. But before that happens, writers need to get to know their characters as if they were real people.
11.Creating Memorable Characters - Part 2
Judy encourages you to explore voice and point of view until you land on a storytelling style that fits your characters. That style should reflect all the details that contribute to a character's experience and journey.
12.Writing Dialogue
Realistic dialogue elevates and sharpens your characters. Judy shares her love of writing dialogue and her ideas for troubleshooting if you don't love it as much as she does.
13.Dialogue Case Studies
What characters say to each other has the power to reveal. And sometimes, what they don't say reveals even more.
14.Creating Plot Structure - Part 1
Don't be intimidated by the thought of writing an entire book. Judy wants to help you tackle a book scene by scene, beginning with how to find your starting point.
15.Creating Plot Structure - Part 2
Judy discusses how settings can act as secondary characters and how to give your book the ending it deserves.
16.Judy's Writing Process - Part 1
For Judy, early drafts require leaning on her notebooks as well as "letting the mess come out" and looking at potential problems later.
17.Judy's Writing Process - Part 2
In later drafts, Judy goes deeper into character to propel a story forward. She also shares her feelings about what to do if writer's block appears.
18.Getting Ready to Submit
Judy shares what she always does before submitting a manuscript. She also teaches you how to write a killer query letter to find an agent.
19.Working with Editors
A young editor discovered Judy in the slush pile and changed her work-and life-forever. Judy shares how she approached working with editors to arrive at the best possible version of her work.
20.Rejection
Rejection is a fact of life if you want to be a writer. Learn how Judy overcame her doubts when the letters piled up-and how she used rejection to fuel her determination.
21.Marketplace
Writers should understand the power that cover art and titles can have on perception and sales. Judy shares lessons from the trenches, as well as her view on the importance of keeping a clear sense of your own identity within an ever-changing market.
22.Controversy and Censorship
Judy remains one of the most banned authors in the country, with books that are still challenged by censors. She shares her hard-earned belief that writers need to remain true to themselves and the truth of their stories.
23.Career Journey
Judy started writing because she was desperate for a creative outlet. She shares how her desire to feel normal led her to create enduring emotional connections with readers who wanted to feel the same way.
24.Closing
When you finish this MasterClass and begin your next project, Judy urges you to foster the most powerful force in your writing life: your own imagination. As she says, "No one can have too much imagination-let alone a writer."
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Masterclass - Armin van Buuren Teaches Dance Music
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Instructor: Armin van Buuren

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Every week, Armin van Buuren puts 41 million listeners into A State of Trance on his radio show. In his first-ever online class, the platinum-selling DJ breaks down his hits-and builds a track from scratch-to show you how he produces, performs, and promotes dance music. You'll learn his technical process for using samples and plug-ins, mixing, recording vocals, and building a DJ set. Your crowd is waiting.

Lesson Plan

01 Introduction
Welcome to Armin's studio. Get ready to learn more about producing, DJing, and growing your career from one of dance music's all-time legends.

02 Finding Melodic Inspiration
Armin's production process starts with crafting melodies full of emotion and drama. Here are his techniques for creative melody making.

03 Building Your Home Studio
Armin might be teaching from a professional studio, but you can do everything he's doing on your home computer. Here's what you need to start making great tracks without breaking the bank.

04 Templates and Organization in Logic Pro
It may sound strange, but for Armin great tracks start with great organization. Learn how to streamline your DAW projects for less hassle and more creativity.

05 In the Studio, Part 1: Melody
It's time to shift gears a little and watch Armin put some of the techniques he's been teaching you to work. With the help of his producing partner Benno de Goeij, Armin's going to produce an exclusive track right here in his MasterClass. This chapter is the first of eight parts showing you exactly how an Armin van Buuren dance floor hit gets made.

06 Working With Pads and Leads
Use these production tricks to get more presence in your leads and fill out your track with euphoric atmospheres-all without clogging up your mix.

07 In the Studio, Part 2: Pads and Leads
Armin and Benno start searching for the right melodies and sounds to fit the vibe of their new track.

08 In the Studio, Part 3: More Leads
Experimentation plays a huge role in Armin's production process. Watch how he keeps trying new musical ideas until he finds the sounds that truly inspire him.

09 Creating A Groove, Part 1
Dance music should make people dance, but it takes skill to give your tracks the sonic impact they need to rock a crowd. Here's how to dial in your kick drum and bass sounds.

10 Creating A Groove, Part 2
Adding percussion can turn a simple dance beat into a rich and complex groove. Learn how Armin adds loops and layers to his drum tracks.

11 In the Studio, Part 4: Adding Groove and Bass
Now that Armin and Benno have some melodies they like, it's time to build out the low end of the track. Watch how the techniques Armin's showed you for creating grooves come together in the context of a new track.

12 In the Studio, Part 5: The Big Payoff
When inspiration strikes, Armin follows it. Here, he works on a new musical idea: a set of big leads to carry the breakdown of his track.

13 Mixing and Mastering, Part 1
Once you've laid down a bunch of great musical ideas in your project, it's time to sculpt the sound and make sure your audience is hearing everything you want them to. Open your ears and expand your skills with these lessons in mixing.

14 Mixing and Mastering, Part 2
If you want your song to sound as big and loud as what you're hearing on the radio and streaming portals, it's all about how you process your master channel. Here's how Armin approaches his "end bus."

15 In the Studio, Part 6: Cleaning up and Mixing
Now that Armin and Benno are feeling good about the elements of their track, Benno takes a step back to organize the project and rough in the mix.

16 Mix & Arrangement Case Study: "Be in the Moment"
Get a look at the way Armin thinks about arranging and mixing his songs as he takes you section by section, channel by channel, through his new psytrance-inspired hit.

17 Arranging
A great dance track takes its listeners on a journey-from tense and intriguing breakdowns to high-energy drops. Here's Armin's approach to crafting exciting musical journeys.

18 In the Studio, Part 7: Percussion and Arranging
Armin and Benno bring a collection of percussion loops and FX into their Logic project. Then, after some rough organization, it's time to start arranging all of the elements of their track into an intro, breakdown, and drop.

19 In the Studio, Part 8: Building the Drop, Reviewing the Track
If your drop doesn't work, your track won't work. Watch Armin and Benno tweak their track's drop for maximum impact. Then take a listen to how the whole track came together.

20 Working With Lyrics and Vocals
Words-whether a sung melody or just a great vocal sample-can make your music catchier and more powerful. Here are some of the ways Armin adds lyrics to his productions.

21 Vocal Session, Part 1: Tracking
Armin's mastery doesn't stop at dance floor trance tracks. In this chapter and the two that follow, Armin works with "Sunny Days" singer Josh Cumbee to show you how to track, edit, and manipulate live vocals.

22 Vocal Session, Part 2: Comping
Once Josh has finished singing, it's time to "comp" his vocal performance. Watch Armin's veteran ears and musical instincts at work as he and Josh select the best parts of each vocal take.

23 Vocal Session, Part 3: Editing and Mixing
Learn how Armin uses editing and effects to get a clean, powerful vocal track that still sounds natural to the listener's ear.

24 Singles, Club Mixes, and Edits
Using the example of "Sunny Days," Armin shows you his step-by-step approach for turning pop songs into dance floor-ready club mixes.

25 Approaching Your DJ Set
It's time to move away from producing and start talking about taking your music to the stage. Here are the core principles that make up Armin's DJ philosophy.

26 Building a Set: Edits and Mashups
A great DJ set is a product of careful preparation. Learn how Armin uses Ableton Live to shorten his songs and make fresh-sounding mashups that will excite the crowd.

27 Using the Decks: Basics
Armin steps behind the CDJ decks to talk you through what gear he uses in his live sets and why.

28 Using the Decks: Armin's Techniques
Take a deep dive-see every knob twist and button push-as Armin demos some of the ways he transitions between tracks and adds exciting layers and effects to his mixes.

29 Performance Tips
A live performer has to do more than just play great music. Learn how to handle yourself on stage, how to connect with your crowd, and how to be respectful of your fellow DJs.

30 Hosting A Radio Show
Don't overlook the power of radio. Armin is passionate about his A State of Trance show, and it's a crucial component of his global brand. Here's how you can use radio to both grow as a musician and grow your fan base.

31 Armin's Early Influences
Where did the Armin van Buuren sound come from? These are some of the musicians and DJs whose music helped make Armin the artist he is today.

32 Starting and Growing Your Career
Armin has had one of dance music's longest running, most successful careers. Pick up some inside tips to help you get your music heard and make a name for yourself as a DJ.

33Closing
In Armin's last lesson, he reminds you to focus on your music, push past your doubts-and most importantly, always have fun doing it.
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https://www.masterclass.com/classes/armin-van-buuren-teaches-dance-music




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Masterclass - David Mamet Teaches Dramatic Writing
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Write great drama

David Mamet sat in on a poker game full of thieves and left with the inspiration for American Buffalo. Now, the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer of Glengarry Glen Ross takes you through his process for turning life's strangest moments into dramatic art. He'll teach you the rules of drama, the nuances of dialogue, and the skills to develop your own voice and create your masterpiece.

Contents
01 Introduction
David outlines what he'll cover in this class, and the best mindset you can have to learn how to write great drama.

02 Purpose of Drama
Trying to understand drama? Look no further than everyday life. David teaches you how to recognize drama at its bestwhen it seeks to simply entertain, not teach.

03 Purpose of Drama (Cont'd)
Learn how drama functions as a form of myth, the ways in which it enlightens the complexities of humanity, and how it provides us with an outlet for expressing the issues that preoccupy us.

04 Dramatic Rules
As a dramatist, your job is to tell a story. David teaches you how to keep your story simple by using Aristotle's Poetics as a guide. Learn how to keep your hero's journey at the heart of your narrative.

05 Dramatic Rules (Cont'd)
Start at the beginning of your story and don't stop until you reach the end. Throw away anything that isn't plot. David teaches you what to cut from your script and how to master the rules of writing.

06 Story Ideas
David teaches you how to harness your fantasies and life experiences for drama. Look for drama in places where you'd least expect it and discover the inspiration behind several of his plays.

07 Character
David teaches you what character really isaction. Learn how to create objectives for your characters and avoid the erroneous techniques commonly taught.

08 Plot
Plot is paramount. Become familiar with the essential ingredients of a plot like the precipitating event and the second-act problem. Learn how to find the plot hiding behind your scenes.

09 Structuring the Plot
David shares with you the methods he uses to structure a plot and teaches you how to connect plot points.

10 Structuring the Plot (Cont'd)
Learn the ins and outs of the structure of a three-act play and how to achieve cohesion across acts.

11 Case Study: Structuring the Plot - American Buffalo
David discusses the history of American Buffalo and delves into its plot, teaching you the symbolism of the eponymous coin and how the narrative speaks to viewers on a deeply human level.

12 Case Study: Structuring the Plot - Glengarry Glen Ross
David shares the inspiration behind Glengarry Glen Ross and discusses the differences between drama and tragedy.

13 Dialogue
Learn how David developed his style for writing dialogue, famously known as "Mamet-speak," and where to draw inspiration when trying to write great dialogue.

14 Dialogue (Cont'd)
David talks about what informs and motivates dialogue, and how to achieve a musicality and rhythm in your character's speech pattern.

15 Narration & Exposition
Writing drama is not the same as conveying information. A dramatist's job is to entertain, not bore, the audience. Learn how to recognize unnecessary narration and exposition and how to let the audience help you cut it out.

16 Scenes
Every scene must contain three things. Learn what those are and how to recognize and remove scenes that are unnecessary to your script.

17 Writing Process
David discusses how he begins writing, the environment in which he likes to write, how he deals with writer's block, and how he looks to Hemmingway for inspiration on how to begin writing.

18 Writing Process (Cont'd)
David tells us that there isn't a fairy dust that will fix your script and explains the simple difference between him and an artist who spends his or her days simply dreaming about becoming a writer.

19 The Audience
Learn how David reveres his audiences, what they are looking for when they come to the theatre, and how to learn from them.

20 Lies & Truth
Your responsibility as a writer: Don't lie. David discusses how the audience comes to the theatre to hear the truth and how drama helps us search for the truth. He gives examples of conveying the truth from two of his most revered plays.

21 Lies & Truth (Cont'd)
David continues talking about the truth in two of his most controversial works: Oleanna and Race.

22 Actors
Learn from David, in the role of the theatre director, on how he views what makes a great actor and how to cast the right ones for your play.

23 Actors (Cont'd)
David tells us what he believes great actors should and shouldn't do.

24 Life of a Dramatist
The life of a dramatist is frought with uncertainity, but dedication and passion towards your craft can lead you beyond consciousness.

25 Life of a Dramatist (Cont'd)
David experiences the self-doubt common amongst writers. Learn how he overcomes it and the one thing you should avoid in order to forge a path towards becoming a writer.

26 Closing
David leaves you with parting words and an emotional story from one of his favorite science fiction novels.

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Kod:
https://www.masterclass.com/classes/david-mamet-teaches-dramatic-writing


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MasterClass - Diane Von Furstenberg Teaches Building A Fashion Brand
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Design Your Brand

In her 20s, Diane convinced a textile factory owner in Italy to let her produce her first designs. With those samples, she flew to New York City to build one of the world's most iconic and enduring fashion brands. In her first online class, Diane teaches you how to build a brand. You'll learn how to create a visual identity, build loyalty, stay true to your vision, and launch your product.

Content
01
Introduction
Meet your new instructor: fashion icon and branding genius Diane von Furstenberg. Diane explains the goals of her MasterClass and the importance of acting with intention in your life.

02
Discovering the Industry
Why do you want to be a designer? Diane challenges you to answer this question and gives advice on how to establish a foothold in the fashion industry.

03
Developing Your Product - Part 1
Learn how to find inspiration for your designs. Art, nature, and color can all play a part in how your brand differentiates itself in the marketplace.

04
Developing Your Product - Part 2
Learn how to position your product and brand within the market. Learn why your product needs to "stand" for something, and why your own perspective as a consumer is critical.

05
Product and Market Research
Diane explains the importance of market research, how to identify gaps in product offerings, and ways to measure up your competition.

06
Building Your Brand DNA
From logos and names to building your brand portfolio, Diane breaks down how to craft your brand DNA.

07
Taking Your Brand Into The World
Diane shares how she builds brand loyalty, communicates her brand's story, and selects models.

08
Connecting With Your Consumer
Learn how to identify your consumers and build relationships with them. Brand loyalty depends on how deeply your consumer values your brand.

09
Using Social Media
Social media has changed the way fashion brands interact with their consumers. Diane shares the best ways to approach marketing on these platforms.

10
Brand Extensions
Careful collaborations can drive your brand's growth. Diane shares her techniques for selecting brand partnerships, and avoiding pitfalls.

11
Student Session: Catherine
Diane and a student discuss inspiration, influences, and career dreams.

12
Student Session: Danny
Diane talks to a rising designer about the roles of influences and muses.

13
Diane's Journey - Part 1
Diane didn't go to fashion school, but she opened the industry's doors anyway. Find out how she learned about the industry, advertising, and the power of the image in her early career.

14
Diane's Journey - Part 2
Diane discusses how she launched-and re-launched-her iconic wrap dress.

15
Mental Toughness
Diane discusses failure and the importance of being true to yourself.

16
Diane's Third Act
In the final lesson, Diane shares her philosophy and encourages you to get started designing your brand-and your life.

17
Bonus Chapter: Philanthropy and Giving Back
In this bonus chapter, Diane discusses her philanthropy and why she believes there's nothing more important than generosity.
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Kod:
https://www.masterclass.com/classes/diane-von-furstenberg-teaches-building-a-fashion-brand


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Masterclass - Garry Kasparov Teaches Chess
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Elevate your game

At age 22, Garry Kasparov became the youngest world chess champion. After beating Bobby Fischer's peak rating, he outranked his fiercest competitors for over twenty years. Now, Garry is ready to share what made him a six-time World Chess Champion. Through detailed lessons, including his favorite openings and advanced tactics, you will develop the instincts and philosophy to become a stronger player.

Curriculum:
1. Introduction - Garry's teaching reflects his style of play: direct, dynamic, and ambitious. He shares what he will cover in this class, including concrete instruction for players at different levels.

2. Garry's Chess Fundamentals - Learn how a World Chess Champion thinks as Garry shares the tenets of his chess philosophy.

3. Double Attacks, Part 1 - The double attack is a simple concept that can often be deadly. Garry offers elegant examples to show its power-and how to defend yourself from it.

4. Double Attacks, Part 2 - Garry offers an in-depth study of the double attack to help you expand your practical portfolio.

5. Skewers - Garry believes in the power of geometry. Through these positions, he shows how you can get the best out of your pieces-even the weak ones.

6. Discovered Attacks - Missing a discovered attack can have dramatic consequences. Garry's examples reveal how even top players can overlook this surprising move.

7. Pins - Not all pins are created equal. Understanding their effectiveness means understanding the power of paralyzing your opponent's pieces, especially in the endgame.

8. Deflection/Attraction - Defense requires harmony, and knowing how to disrupt your opponent is critical. Garry shows how to identify an opponent's target and then find a tactical way to destroy that defensive coordination.

9. Interference - The moment an opponent's pieces lose their ability to counter threats, you can start building your attack.

10. Overload - The most destructive form of overload is when a piece has to watch for threats coming from different directions. Garry's examples include one move that made his opponent literally jump out of his chair.

11. Winning Trades - Trading pieces doesn't mean simply eliminating pieces of equal value. In the endgame, it can create a decisive advantage-or save a game that appears hopeless.

12. Endgames, Part 1 - In Garry's experience, the endgame never means the end of excitement. He shows the purity and creativity of the endgame-including drama, shouldering, and zugzwang.

13. Endgames, Part 2 - Garry continues his endgame lessons with pawn endgames, rook endgames, queen v. pawn-and, of course, the king's role. While it can seem slow and weak in the middlegame, an active king is vital in the endgame.

14. Endgames, Part 3 - Garry believes miracles happen when you know how to create them. While most players spend time on openings, you can make game-changing miracles by studying the rich possibilities of endgames.

15. Openings, Part 1 - Garry played e4 as a child prodigy and stuck with that move as the under-18 chess champion of the USSR and under-20 champion of the world. Learn when and how he grew his repertoire.

16. Openings, Part 2 - What happens when your opponent plays your opening? How do you find a satisfying opening both psychologically and strategically? Is there such a thing as universal opening advice?

17. Openings, Part 3 - He brought abandoned openings back from the dead and built a database of almost 20,000 different analyses-but Garry believes there are still more ideas to surface.

18. Simul - With a time control of 30 minutes, watch Garry take on three players with ratings of 1266, 1515, and 2103.

19. Jason's Game - "What else can you do?" Garry breaks down Jason's moves and answers questions about what his opponent could have done differently.

20. Molly's Game - "It seems like the whole army is coming for me." After Molly opens with the Sicilian, Garry counters with a quiet move. From there, Garry talks through how he developed his pieces and explains how Molly could have created more discomfort for him.

21. Dennis' Game - "No, I didn't see that line." Garry points out a line that Dennis missed and shows how he created the illusion of an attack without any real threat.

22. Case Study: Opening - Garry dissects his opening against Vishy Anand in 1995. The discussion includes analysis of a decisive mistake, strong attacks, tactical motifs, and a powerful yet quiet move that came at a rare early stage of the game.

23. Case Study: Endgame - Garry focuses on pawn endgames and the drama they can create. An appetite for the beauty of the endgame is one of the best ways to improve your chess.

24. Garry's Journey - Even when Garry was a kid, the number 13 held special meaning for him. He shares the realization of that numeric destiny and the forces that shaped his singular style of play.

25. How to Analyze - World champions climb to the top through brutal and relentless analysis. Learn what Garry believes is the greatest danger facing players.

26. Computers and Chess - The sting of Garry's loss to Deep Blue has softened over the years. He looks back on that defeat and forward to the benefits of computers in chess training.

27. Mental Toughness - The poster that hung over Garry's bed as a kid included a line borrowed from Soviet dissidents: "If not you, who else?" Garry talks about triumphing in the most grueling matches of his career, as well as how he recovered when his mistakes felt like a physical pain.

28. Closing - Whether you're playing at home, at a club, or in a tournament, the variations in chess are limitless-and so are the possibilities for improving your game.

29. Bonus! Secret Novelty - After a crushing loss to Karpov, Garry analyzed his play and came up with a variation that he never used.



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Masterclass - Frank Gehry Teaches Design and Architecture
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Create the extraordinary

At 19 years old, Frank Gehry was a truck driver taking sculpture classes at night school. His vision for what architecture could accomplish went on to reshape our cities' skylines, and the imaginations of artists and designers around the world. Now this master builder invites you into his never-before-seen model archive for a look into his creative process.

LESSON PLAN
01. Introduction
Frank welcomes you to his MasterClass. He shares what he hopes you'll learn from him, and tells you exactly how he found architecture. Or did it find him?

02. On Creativity
Frank is considered one of the most creative and expressive architects in the world. In this chapter, he'll share why it's important to develop your own creative signature and how to embrace the creative insecurity you will inevitably experience.

03. Design Philosophy: Part 1
Over the course of his storied career, Frank has developed a series of hard-won philosophies about design and architecture. In the next two chapters, he passes these philosophies on to you.

04. Design Philosophy: Part 2
Frank dives deeper into the theories he considers crucial to every architect's design process.

05. Generating Ideas
Sometimes the best ideas begin as the craziest ideas. Frank shares a few of his tips for exploring the crazy ideas, and where to begin again if you're feeling stuck.

06. Frank's Inspiration
From the great sculptures by Bernini, to the fluid movement in Hiroshige's carp paintings, Frank has found inspiration for his buildings in a myriad of places. See how he translates, interprets, and adapts shapes and themes into his own designs.

07. Design Obstacles
Critics, clients, even the ebb and flow of the economy can have dramatic effects on the work that you do. Frank shares stories of how he has overcome these obstacles, and ended up seeing them as opportunities.

08. Expressing Movement
It started with an offhand comment about a fish. It turned into Frank Gehry's signature style. Learn about Franks fascination with movement, where it came from, and how he's able to add it to an inanimate building.

09. Creating With Your Client
Frank knows the importance of communicating with clients. By including them at every step of the design process, your projects will gain order and personality. In this chapter, Frank shares how to make creative collaboration a priority.

10. Take Aways From the Walt Disney Concert Hall
Frank shares the highlights, and low points, of his time designing and constructing the iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall. You'll learn the importance of being a master builder, prototyping your work, and collaborating with other experts.

11. Take Aways From 8 Spruce Street
Frank's high profile New York City highrise began as a study of movement. Learn how Frank collaborated with curtain wall experts to create 'Bernini folds' from metal panels.

12. Neighborhood and Context
When he starts a new project, Frank knows it's crucial to consider a building's surroundings. In this chapter, he'll share his techniques for situating his work within existing landscapes.

13. Materials and Prototyping
Being a master builder means staying on top of the latest in material advancements. Frank gives you a peek into his 'prototyping graveyard', where he tests materials that pique his interest, and looks for the humanity in the mundane.

14. Residential Projects
Working with an architect is an enormous investment. Learn how you can honor your client's trust, and play an indispensable part in bringing their design goals to life.

15. Business
Frank Gehry and Associates have been a bustling business since 1962, a monumental feat in the world of architecture. In this chapter, Frank shares how he runs an ethical, creative, collaborative, and profitable business.

16. Working With a Team
If you're thinking of hiring a partner, or working for one, listen to these best practices Frank has honed over the years. The key? It starts with respect.

17. Final Thoughts
After unpacking his process and sharing what inspires him, Frank explains how the next generation of architects can engage and challenge tradition to create groundbreaking designs.
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https://www.masterclass.com/classes/frank-gehry-teaches-design-and-architecture


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