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  1. Life as a cat must be nice
    7 points
  2. I love Dire Straits, and I'm not an old Dad. Just old. My very first construction job was with BLM in Anchorage circa 1979. I was building small warehouses for them, making $15 an hour, and Sultans of Swing was new on the radio. Life was good!
    6 points
  3. old pics of the 20 year old in her youth
    4 points
  4. A small step towards a balanced Raal UberAmp setup. Completed a balanced smd (mostly) driver board today. Size 99mm x 35mm (3.9in x 1.4in). Two through hole unbalanced driver boards for comparison.
    4 points
  5. Sleep. Eat (only if it meets your standards). Sleep some more. Someone rubs your happy places. Knock around a toy for show. Repeat.
    3 points
  6. 94 seconds of Mozart: Allegro in D Major, K.626b/16 " performed by Seong-Jin Cho yesterday in Salzburg. I heard the piece today, tvice, on BBC Radio 3.
    3 points
  7. 3 points
  8. Audiophile Abbott and Costello! Who's playing on the turntable? Yes..... Yes is on the turntable? No, Who. That's what I'm asking!
    3 points
  9. Very cool! I don't spend enough time exploring my Seaboard Rise 49 but it never fails to inspire new ideas when I do. I'm a big fan of wavetable synthesis. I've been using Serum for about a year now. It's great for solving the issue of creating unique patches. I realize that the listening public could care less (or might even prefer) that a sound in your track might be identical to one that they've heard a hundred times before but we are supposed to be creating originals right? Anywho, I'm not sure how Deluge will sample wavetables but you can find a gazillion 1 sec .w
    2 points
  10. How did I never know about Eaze.com?
    2 points
  11. Even better, add another album to the mix...
    2 points
  12. Finished. Damned good show!
    2 points
  13. The fence cannot be locked down without these. It is not the clamp but the twist lock handles that lock the fence in place. I could use the router free handed I guess. Spoke to Patty, parts are coming, I assume on the back of a Caribou, to finish it out.
    1 point
  14. You can still use that router and fence without clamps and feather boards, etc. Just sayin'
    1 point
  15. Check out Kevin's (Dr. Gilmore) current feedback electrostatic amp if you are looking for a compact and first DIY project. I suggest it because it's easy to build, low cost with very simplistic power supply requirement and, more importantly, a very nice sounding solid state amp that uses all current production parts.
    1 point
  16. Don't forget Queen Hippolyta
    1 point
  17. And matching viewfinders? https://www.theverge.com/2021/1/26/22248440/sony-xperia-pro-5g-price-release-date-news-features .
    1 point
  18. RIP Frau Bl├╝cher
    1 point
  19. https://youtu.be/sy4o5VZJmU0 Heck. I can't wait for this Deluge firmware update. We're getting wavetable synthesis, MPE support, and a couple of other cool things that I can't recall atm. This instrument and this company, are the best.
    1 point
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  21. The other big release this week... https://m.dpreview.com/reviews/fujifilm-gfx-100s-initial-review https://jonasraskphotography.com/2021/01/27/fujifilm-gfx100s-gf80mm-f1-7-first-look-more-than-full-frame/
    1 point
  22. I have two REL subs for HT/audio playback. They are fast and responsive and booming as needed for movies. I have two different sizes in SF and Mayberry but both accomplish the job.
    1 point
  23. the 116170LN GMT2 has been on my wrist for the last few days, after an absence. I would take advantage of the Rolex steel sports watch boom (bare watches are going for crazy prices, and I have box and papers and receipt) if it weren't just such a fucking good watch, and super comfortable.
    1 point
  24. fiona apple - tidal forgot how badass she was/is
    1 point
  25. I spent several days transferring ~25MB of data off a 1991 IBM PS/2 Model 30/286 that had a broken floppy drive. I ended up using a Tripp Lite USB to Serial adapter and a null modem cable. Man, does late 80s/early 90s technology make you feel like it's actually doing something. The PS/2's fan (singular) is loud AF. The HDD is loud AF and makes a very distinct noise on every read or write. Also text based modem software looks the way Hollywood portrayed anything computer related ...until well into the 00s.
    1 point
  26. Many probably have this with your HBO subscription, but Apple (and maybe others) have the Chernobyl series on sale for $9.99 right now. That's bang for buck. https://itunes.apple.com/us/tv-season/chernobyl/id1460716823?mt=6&at=11lJXm
    1 point
  27. R.I.P. Cloris Leachman... 94...
    0 points
  28. Junior Mance, Jazz Pianist and Educator, Dead at 92 | Pitchfork Junior Mance, Jazz Pianist and Educator, Dead at 92
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