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    Some of the less expensive makes are actually...

    Some of the less expensive makes are actually pretty decent. Biggest thing I notice is you need to get 5-10 of them and pick the best of the lot.

    Let us know what you are liking. I'm curious,...
  2. The MC Mix and MC transport are useful. The MC...

    The MC Mix and MC transport are useful. The MC control, not so much.
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    Thanks... I've actually been selling some gear...

    Thanks... I've actually been selling some gear that I don't have a specific use for and there's a couple of open spaces in the rack.

    Can't have *that*!!!
  4. Thread: Voyager 1

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    Profound.

    Profound.
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    421 on toms, 441 on vocals, R88 on overheads,...

    421 on toms, 441 on vocals, R88 on overheads, UMT70 on shakers and hand percussion..

    CraneSong, Gordon, FetCode and Great River on everything...
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    There's universal expansion, which is...

    There's universal expansion, which is accelerating. I don't believe it violates C, however, in the classical sense. Sort of how if you wave a laser pointer at C, the spot at the other end is moving...
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    ... but not above particle scales, right? If...

    ... but not above particle scales, right?

    If you have a good article suggesting otherwise, I'm very interested in reading it...
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    Right now there's absolutely zero evidence that C...

    Right now there's absolutely zero evidence that C is anything but an absolute law for something larger than a particle. Even the math (as well as I can understand it) that suggests faster-than-C...
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    Anything capable of getting to us is going to be...

    Anything capable of getting to us is going to be vastly more technologically evolved. We can't even get off the surface with regularity.
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    Even Paper Airplane is decently hot compared to...

    Even Paper Airplane is decently hot compared to something like Brothers in Arms, but it also breathes and gives my ears little chances to rest.
  11. More plug-ins, more processing, more powah!

    I got an email from U-Audio today that made me think...

    The last *two* computer upgrades I've done had more to do with changing industry and hardware trends than it did a need for processing...
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    I'm excited to listen to it. I love Brad's work,...

    I'm excited to listen to it. I love Brad's work, too. I still cherish Paper Airplane as an example of what good CD should sound like...

    I run digital into the back of my Genelec S30D monitors. ...
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    God bless you. And, thank you.

    God bless you. And, thank you.
  14. Thread: Testing.

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    1... 2... 3...

    1... 2... 3...
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    We could debate that, but there's no debating...

    We could debate that, but there's no debating MP3. I'm actually OK with CD as a delivery medium.

    Amazon now has the AutoRip, which is a pretty cool feature. When I buy a CD, it shows up in my...
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    Depends on your biological chemistry, of course....

    Depends on your biological chemistry, of course.

    Although there are few elements that can produce anything close to the molecular variety of carbon, there are a couple of others, and it's...
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    Statistically, the probability is very high. ...

    Statistically, the probability is very high. Still, if C remains as an upper-limit on communications, the probability doing anything other than knowing it's out there is essentially zero. Just...
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    Where can I get this CD? Doesn't seem to be on...

    Where can I get this CD? Doesn't seem to be on Amazon yet, and I don't do iTunes. I want a real CD, lossless delivery ;)
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    This is probably true of our galaxy alone. Then,...

    This is probably true of our galaxy alone. Then, there are *billions* of other galaxies all with billions of opportunities each to have a situation similar enough to ours.



    Statistically, life...
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    Ironically, the more vast we realize space is,...

    Ironically, the more vast we realize space is, the more important knowledge of the unimaginably small (subatomic) becomes in understanding it.
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    It's not volatile. It's a Nuclear thermocouple,...

    It's not volatile. It's a Nuclear thermocouple, not a fission reaction. The material in it puts out constant heat that's turned into electricity. In short exposures, it's not dangerous -- sort of...
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    It's unfortunate the widespread use of such...

    It's unfortunate the widespread use of such technology would be dangerous to the public (on many fronts) because it is really neat.
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    So cool. Although, by the time this thing...

    So cool.

    Although, by the time this thing reaches another solar system, Humanity will have figured out faster-than-light travel/communication, or be extinct. It makes it a bit of a novelty...
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    Voyager uses a nuclear power source! You are...

    Voyager uses a nuclear power source! You are right, that far out there's not enough solar energy to do much at all!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voyager_1#Power
  25. FS/FT: Neve 5012 and 5043 horizontal modules

    I have a Rupert Neve 5012 preamp and 5043 compressor module in the original tan, red and gray face, including the rack mount kit so they make a 1u rack space unit. Both units come with external...
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