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Dusty Chalk

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About Dusty Chalk

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    disorganized anthropomorphism of chaos
  • Birthday 10/20/1963

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    I am a cat person
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    MD/DC/VA area
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    Music, movies
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    Software Engineer/Programmer
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    Music, movies
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    Audio-Technica L3000,A950Ltd/Grado HP2,PS1/Sony MDR-F1/AKG K501,K271MkII/Beyer DT770 (several versions)/Fostex T50RP,T40RP/bunch o' others
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  1. On repeat. I came in on the second set (BaBa ZuLa, electric saz run through a fuzz), but am enamored with all the acts, especially "Shu!" from islandman (first set). Just wonderful laid back grooves.
  2. Thanks for that, as always, just a wealth of information. but no, what I would prefer is to be able to apply filters or amplitude to each individual note, so for example, I could play ABCDE, and then reduce the pressure on B and D , and then increase it, to make the chord “breathe” alternately between dissonance and consonance.
  3. Derpy ferret has his inner slinky triggered https://imgur.com/CzX1cYX
  4. Definitely going to have to look into that for my Walkman.
  5. It does! 49 keys. That's still more keys than the CME XKey (which I have) or the QuNexus. Looks like the Roli Seaboard has it, as well (also 49 keys). Or for more than 88 keys, the Linnstrument (128 or 200 keys). Which, considering my recent (as of several hours ago) discovery of the 17-tone Turkish scale (12-tone with 5 specially placed half-tones) is of particular interest...hmmm...
  6. I wish. No, just on the performance pads.
  7. Hey, @grawk, was it you who told me that someone (Stevie Wonder?) had a custom 88 key MIDI controller made with polyphonic aftertouch? I want to say it was during that same discussion as you told me about Fatar. Do you remember the company? My Google-fu is providing nothing. I mean, there's the CS-80, but it's so well known and ancient that it's a non-starter; there's the Kurzweil MIDIBoard (less ancient, less well known, but still enough of a beast that I wouldn't want it shipped).
  8. Saturday afternoon lazy jazzy grooviness and space and psychedelia Istanbul Psychedelic | EFG London Jazz Festival 2020 EFG London Jazz Festival is delighted to present Istanbul Sounds, featuring three unique names from different generations of alternative Turkish music, welcoming audiences from Istanbul’s historical sites; psychedelia legends Baba ZuLa and Moğollar, Ilhan Ersahin's Istanbul Sessions, and Montreux Jazz Award winner Islandman. By mixing oriental instruments such as the darbuka, electric saz, and spoons with electronics and modern sounds, BaBa ZuLa creates a sound al
  9. https://www.imore.com/apples-new-ipad-air-amazon-black-friday-deal Unrelated:
  10. So I tried the WhistlePig barrel-aged coffee that comes in their seasonal gift pack. MISTAKE! Lollers I've taken to throwing one or two beans in with whatever else I'm brewing, because I do enjoy a small amount of that flavour, but a pot made entirely out of that is just way too overwhelming. 1 or 2 beans of WhistlePig barrel aged (doesn't even have a roast date) 1/2 Zeke's Mexico Chiapas 1/2 Mom's Organic Market Nicaraguan ...is pretty darn delicious. https://momsorganicmarket.com/moms-coffee/ https://zekescoffee.com/products/mexican-chiapas-z-cup
  11. Happy birthday!🎊🎉🎂🎁🎈 (party favour noise)
  12. I like that it is "Kivik" for short...hmm...
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