Multiband Club!


#1

Welcome to the Multiband compressor club!

First you might be wondering why it's called the Multiband club.
The reason is because this club covers all coding.

Requirements:
1. Must be able to make a high-quality project in Hopscotch. It will be approved by the leaders.
2. Must not be a troll or a mean person.
3. Must be able to use sin and cos.

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE ACTIVE.


Leaders

@MobCraft
@Rawrbear
@Stradyvarious
@KVJ
Recommendations:

Members

@Razor
@EnchantedAnimallover
@JonnyGamer
@Steelhooves
@DMF
Recommendations:

Basic (does not meet 1 coding requirement)

@Dude73
@Potter_Head

Newbie (does not meet both coding requirements, is not in club)


#2

I cannot use sin and cos, proven by my attemp to do something with Rawry's project. It ended up crashing my iPad and everything went everywhere, I had to delete the draft. XD


#3

I'll join as a leader! Do I still have to fill anything out?


#4

Ok then
Sorry rules are rules


#5

No


#6

Can I teach you sometime after school? Pleasepleasepleeeeeeease? It's fun to explain and look at confused people's faces XD


#7

That's fine!
Is it ok if I watch this topic, though?


#8

I'm in then! :slight_smile:


#9

Ok, it'll be fun to finally understand something. XD


#10

Thank you, but I generally don't work that well in collabs/clubs/stuff.


#11

K


#12

You need to sorta try to get the hang of how it works, but it's really easy when you get used to it! :slight_smile:


#13

Ya
You're a basic
Which means learn stuff


#14

Sounds fun! I'll try my best to not fail epically. XD


#15

Okay! :stuck_out_tongue:


#16

Math is my least favorite subject, but once you learn how mechanics work, it's really easy :smiley:


#17

I'll join! And yes I'll focus on animations. I know a little sin and cos


#18

I remembered sine as being a curvy thingy
(all of the below are in right triangles)
Sine= Opposite over hypotenuse
Cosine= Adjacent over hypotenuse
Tangent= Sine divided by Cosine or Opposite over Adjacent
θ (theta) is an angle and is used as a "reference" for the ratios.


This is trigonometry
And I cannot explain it


#19

Gonna get a link for the progress I have on my latest animation

Here it is!

https://c.gethopscotch.com/p/y9hvnxdhj


#20

Theta is the corner name, right?