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Auburn
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And finally the last one for this series:

Ne & Se Signals

It’s really quite shocking to me how I couldn’t get this video down below 26 minutes even though I tried to be very concise. This tutorial series is compressed to the max, and yet it’s 2:30 hours of break-less signal bombardment. I guess as a field of study, it really is just that involved.

If it’s decompressed I’m sure it could amount to a two week course!

(p.s. – Also, I think what I’ll do is add links to these videos inside the codifier too, so you can reference them right there if more info is needed.)

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