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    I Miss Real Drums, Rhythmic Variation, Song Dynamics . . .

    I dunno man. Channels like Western AF exist to name one of dozens that scratch pretty narrow itches. I don't think anyone I've seen on that channel is signed. Apple Music/Spotify will queue up some act I've never heard of (The Country Side of Harmonica Sam, as yesterday) after I play something...
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    Embarrassingly Simple Computer Question...

    The easiest path is declaring email bankruptcy and get a new account. Re-sign up for services you need under the new address(es), let any human contacts know who might still use it. It's that or going through and hitting unsubscribe a gazillion times and you won't get to the bottom of it. Good...
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    PPPPPP- FUBAR

    Prior IT project and program manager here, just want to say it absolutely doesn't.
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    I Miss Real Drums, Rhythmic Variation, Song Dynamics . . .

    "Drum machine" is also a bit of a red herring. Since that kind of thing is mostly done (if it's done) via DAW now vs some discrete unit, if it sounds rigid, it's because they want it to. What is possible in software is pretty amazing in terms of 'loosening' the feel. My guess is that most of the...
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    The Country Side of Harmonica Sam

    Missed this the first time around. Had Wayne the Train on in the hated Apple music, and the studio cut of this came up based on history etc. Pretty cool live take from Sweden!
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    I Miss Real Drums, Rhythmic Variation, Song Dynamics . . .

    The really puzzling thing as has been said here repeatedly during multiple iterations of "boo drum machines and also the pop music" threads is that the most narrow slice of music we all seek is out there and more accessible to us, the prospective listener, than ever. I promise that whatever...
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    Thinking about mowing....

    No mowing as ever here, but we'd take the rain. Didn't think I'd have to learn what "pyrocumulonimbus" meant, but here we are.
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    I want a drone!

    Same. Mavic Mini3 Pro is supposedly the best bang for the buck. Around $700? https://www.techradar.com/opinion/ive-spent-hours-flying-the-dji-mini-3-pro-heres-why-itll-replace-my-mavic-2-pro
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    I Miss Real Drums, Rhythmic Variation, Song Dynamics . . .

    LOL lord, this site
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    I Miss Real Drums, Rhythmic Variation, Song Dynamics . . .

    I love Rick but I really wish someone was doing hatchet pieces on some of the absolute crap he produced in the 90s/00s. Modern pop bad, but Shinedown good? Okay
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    Thinking about a car lift for the new garage.

    I wouldn't change transmission fluid unless the mfr says so. You'll likely need a bleeder and some other tools more or less specific to the job which you might do 2-3 times in your life; it can be a real PITA. Something like brake pads if not discs/calipers is pretty easy and a common...
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    Thinking about a car lift for the new garage.

    I'll be following my buddy's lead and getting a four-post next year. *edit, found a pic. I'd be getting this exact setup (sadly not the Jag or the Cayman) Unless you anticipating doing lots of suspension work, four post is easier for reasons cited above. Also safer imo, because they're easier...
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    The good old days......

    If it makes you feel better, that 'bargain' Tri-5 needed a rebuild by at latest 100k mi, and that's if you weren't killed in the thing first. Lovely as hotrods with some safety updates, but even ten years on, they were dinosaurs as delivered from Detroit.
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    G&L's Placentia, the worst name for a product line ever?

    It's not very good is it? Made worse via "ASAT Cat." They've had one for three years at the local.
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    Classical GAS?

    I've sung the praises here of my wife's little Suzuki 'student' classical. Paid $100 for it in 2004. We keep it in Eb and it stays there. Always on a stand, but it has never seen the inside of a case; it lived 15 years in sea level US east coast humidity and has since been up here in the...




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