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This is more about what I happen to be watching rather than listening to, but it is music related. I ended up getting sucked into the Live from Daryl's House series. I really dig what he's doing. Nice vibe, great musicians enjoying themselves, great guests and some great music. I like the positive, uplifting nature of the show. I'd love to be involved in something like that.

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This is more about what I happen to be watching rather than listening to, but it is music related. I ended up getting sucked into the Live from Daryl's House series. I really dig what he's doing. Nice vibe, great musicians enjoying themselves, great guests and some great music. I like the positive, uplifting nature of the show. I'd love to be involved in something like that.

 

Love that show.

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This is more about what I happen to be watching rather than listening to, but it is music related. I ended up getting sucked into the Live from Daryl's House series. I really dig what he's doing. Nice vibe, great musicians enjoying themselves, great guests and some great music. I like the positive, uplifting nature of the show. I'd love to be involved in something like that.

 

Love that show.

 

I've watched quite a few episodes as well. Excellent show. :thu:

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Tribal Tech X

 

Scott Kinsey Helloooo !!!

 

"Edited" group jams/improvisations...

 

http://grooveshark.com/#!/s/Time+Lapse/4B6kFn?src=5

 

http://grooveshark.com/#!/s/Gravity/4B6slD?src=5

 

The whole album:

 

http://grooveshark.com/#!/album/X/7781848

 

Saw them live twice in Sweden last summer. OUTSTANDING !!!!

 

 

 

 

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Arthur Schopenhauer

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*Steve Tibbetts, "YR"

 

*Bill Hicks, "Rant In E-Minor"

 

*Roedelius... any form of Roedelius

 

*Paul Haslinger, "World Without Rules"

 

*Ryuichi Sakamoto & David Bowie,

soundtrack to "Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence"

This place is almost as cool as that cartoon where She-Hulk helps Santa Claus kick Hitler's @$$. 🎄

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Today, I was listening to 1970s songs from famed Persian singer Googoosh. I like some of her early '70s stuff quite a bit. Gorgeous voice, beautiful and rich.
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I wonder how Kevin is doing these days. I have not seen him online lately.

 

 

Listening to the Ragun Cajun. He is fun. Always played liked he means it.

 

[video:youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlAN29BOQxY

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"A great musician can bring tears to your eyes!!!

So can a auto Mechanic." - Stokes Hunt

 

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I saw Uriah Heep in Atlanta in "73 at the Municipal Auditorium. I was 16, and it was the tour for "Demon's and Wizards". We rushed the stage, and I was about 15 feet from the band. At that moment, there was no place on earth I would rather have been.

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At this moment I'm listening to

 

Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials from Roughhousin' the track called Mean Old Frisco.

 

[video:youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJWJHyWSmqY#t=1842

 

while I'm working on starting up my 100+ effects automatically, after yesterday I've been able to loop the Lexicon through them, to improve the sound of most A grade (and other) recordings. I made some nice labels for the meter bridges, so it should become easier to read, just a pity it's a problem to share the results (very worth while by now, seriously):

 

http://www.theover.org/Keybdmg/Screenshot%20from%202014-01-17%2021:31:07cm.jpg

 

T.

 

 

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Thanks. Well, there's mid-averaging, anti-clip-component, global and individual mid low sub-bands, anti-low compression, Lexicon (mainly the different kinds of reverb) 4-band expanding, reverse-CD equalization, some low-end restoration (for like, big stereos), 3 band anti sampling-spoiling effect, sub-low from high freqs restoration, and compressed high averaging, all at 192 kHz 32 bits stereo. Gets the extreme PC nicely warm!
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I'm listening to some board recordings from my last night's gig - and am pleasantly surprised at both how good the recordings turned out (they're "dirty" recordings created by routing a rough "AUX mix" of all instruments to one channel, a rough "AUX mix" of just the vocals, and two channels captured from ambient mics placed one on each side of the stage into a little 4 Zoom recorder) - AND - how decent our raw performance was (disregarding the mix completely). In the big scheme of things, what I'm hearing on the recordings pretty much aligns with how I felt about the gig when I was actually playing it.
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