It means I’m ever so slightly humorous. I firmly believe he is the anti-christ. He has single-handedly ruined music. (For those not in the know: the next time you see someone drop a fork on the floor on a reality-TV show accompanied by a MIDI-programmed 300 piece orchestra, 60 timpanies, 100 foot ba...Jump to post
I firmly believe he is the anti-christ. He has single-handedly ruined music. (For those not in the know: the next time you see someone drop a fork on the floor on a reality-TV show accompanied by a MIDI-programmed 300 piece orchestra, 60 timpanies, 100 foot bass drums going to 15 Hz in surround, eve...Jump to post
The greatest living composer is Paul McCartney. He might be top 5 throughout documented music history together with Bach, Mozart, Beethoven.. On your other question, regarding composers that are also classical orchestrators and if any of that work is going to be remembered, I do believe you are righ...Jump to post
There’s a lot of safety measures in the world that works like that. Call it backup, call it fail-safes, call it plain old being careful.
fly707 wrote:Jump to postEven though Pilots shall be aware of FDP with the remaining distance .
I had visited the towers only a month or so previously. It felt very raw to me, even from a few thousand kilometers away. I was at a band rehearsal when my dad called and said something about a 737 hitting the WTC. Found the nearest TV and stayed there for the day. I was (and is) a leftist pro-pales...Jump to post
Tofen, used in danish and norwegian as well. Might wanna sue your teacher;-) It's Swedish lighthouses that they'll be named after: - Blå Jungfrun - Rödkallen - Svenska Björn - Högbonden - Nidingen - Vinga Svenskt Ambulansflyg honours the meaning of lighthouses 'like a light in the dark', as written ...Jump to post
Exactly. You cannot try to legislate yourself around this. This is happening INSIDE the female body. This is no one else’s business At last, Texas is doing it right. About time to challenge the fallacy that an abortion is a 'constitutional right'. If Democrats believe abortion should be federally pr...Jump to post
Btw. If anyone here is slightly interested in music technology, here is a great and hillarious interview with the master himself from back in the day! Seems like a fantastic guy!
https://abbamikory.blogs.com/abbamikory ... -1980.html
I don’t! I do know a thing or two about bands, though. They were spectacularly talented, surrounded themselves with the greatest musicians and technical personell. Rutger Gunnarson! Michael Tretow! They had an amazing, very characteristic and unique sound and groove. They were innovative with techno...Jump to post
Well. What i am reading from the comments after my last reply is the following: 1/People in general don’t know how it feels to be exposed. 2/Expecting victims to behave rationally while trying to get afoot is still the default reaction. 3/Americans still think any discussion in english is all about ...Jump to post
I were a teen in that era, I watched them live and played in a Nirvana cover band. I have worked in the record business with succesful artists and with major labels too. I am credited on more than 250 albums. I know a thing or two about that business from the inside, and how you build a succesful pr...Jump to post
It would have sold equally well or better if the record company had signed the other band that fought for the same spot in the rooster. Or? The thing is you don’t know. The piece of art, is that piece of art. You don’t know what brought it over the top. The Iconic cover certainly played a part, and ...Jump to post
1.These things don’t stay secret. He wasn’t the only one that knew. And why would it matter. His photo was everywhere. He had to deal with it. 2. He is part of that total piece of art. It is a cultural Icon. Even without the music, that photo is in millions of posters still on walls all over the wor...Jump to post
I can imagine him being quite traumatized and having his life, in total, turning out for the worse because someone put him in that photo many, many years ago beyond his control. Him having tried to cope with it in numerous more or less weird ways since, is more of a symptom than something that’s aga...Jump to post
I know it is typically Small country to tout our own horn, and this is the second time on this page I do it. Sorry about that, but I truely think we get this right in this country, and this is a great video about it by a, and he is actually rather conservative, researcher about this. Well, over here...Jump to post
Automating jobs doesn’t kill jobs. It makes society richer. Saving on work is added value for society, it means we, collectively can spend our energy on better things! BUT! This requires redistribution of wealth and innovation. Some of the best societies on earth works this way: Very modern, efficie...Jump to post
The price of entry is dropping fast! The price of use is a lot lower than fossil cars, so once this tips, it is just ziiiiip. It is also better for the environment to switch old fossils to electric as fast as possible, so there will be political incentive to do some tax incentives around this. The m...Jump to post
5 years is not optimistic. This is a Tsunami coming. To the US and everywhere else. Even the cars coming out 5 years ago had more than enough range for the average user. Now they have twice as much or more. Charging i frastructure is the biggest challenge, but there a lot of players in that market r...Jump to post
At 30 I was about where the thread starter was. As was my friends. No one got kids early. We travelled, worked late on exiting projects with no limitations, we drank and had fun and did lots of exiting things and got a taste of money, credibility and even fame. I was busy fulfilling my own dreams an...Jump to post
Couldn’t it just be repositioning? Say it was supposed to pick up cargo at one location, but plans changed for one reason or the other, and it was easier to pick it up at the other airport?Jump to post
You can see the powerline shorting at 33 seconds in this video. Surprised if this doesn’t explain it.
We use «kjæreste» if one is not married, which translates to something like «my dearest» or «the closest and most important» or simply «the one I love the most», and the word is pretty close to the word for love. It works well I think, although it tend to be more used by younger than older people, i...Jump to post
Oh no! I do NOT have an issue with bassists. I have an issue with fascists. Well, the reason for saying that a bass has 4 strings is pretty simple. Almost every worthwhile bass-player, the phanteon of great bass-lines, all the best pocket-players, all the best counterpoint bass-lines are done on/uti...Jump to post
The extra strings doesn't change the range of the instrument, it just modifies the timbre. Those were just octaves. More or less just an effect. A rich man’s chorus. Doesn’t count. Basses has 4 strings. I agree - heck, way back in 1977, John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin played an 8-string bass on abou...Jump to post
Well, the reason for saying that a bass has 4 strings is pretty simple. Almost every worthwhile bass-player, the phanteon of great bass-lines, all the best pocket-players, all the best counterpoint bass-lines are done on/utilize 4-string basses. As a music producer, if a Bassplayer walks in the stud...Jump to post
Those were just octaves. More or less just an effect. A rich man’s chorus. Doesn’t count. Basses has 4 strings. Basses have 4 strings, unless it is a Fender VI. It's OK, I understand and accept that most bassists can't count to 5. But trust me, there's a whole world of numbers out there when you get...Jump to post
Basses have 4 strings, unless it is a Fender VI. There are no such things as 5-6 string basses. Been playing bass for probably 15 years now. Also play drums and guitar, but find that bass is a nice combo of rhythm and melody. quad-string bandit. I am deeply offended, as I play 5- and 6-string basses...Jump to post
If one has hearing damage, one tends to hear more bass (relatively), not less. But i guess there are exeptions;-) Walls bounce sounds back. Some frequencies get summed, others get dips. Outdoors, bass requires more amplification to be at the same apparent level as the uneven chaos indoors. Someone p...Jump to post
What? Uh. No, thats not how it works.
N14AZ wrote:Jump to postAaron747 wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKqY98DxjYw
It’s really hard to hear the bass on live concerts, especially open air concerts… :-/
This would count as a POSITIVE company image. In my opinion no one should go outside their house dressed in clothes bought at sporting stores or meant for sports if they do not intend to do sports. Peopke happen to infringe on this all the time. Should they care about my opinion? No of course not. A...Jump to post
It is only you making yourself a part of this by having, and expressing such a strong opinion about something that doesn’t concern you. What he wears doesn’t influence your life in any concieveable way, and yet you think your personal dress code should be more important to him than his own. You infr...Jump to post
Not being professional? Your personal opinion, which you should keep to yourself, about who gets to wear what, based on your personal view on genders and morals, does not go into wether that man is a professional or not. It is not interesting, it doesn’t enter into the discussion, why should your op...Jump to post
If the dress is good enough for a female crew member to do their job, why can’t he use it?
And why on earth would anyone have an opinion about it?
It is simply none if your business. Let the man, or whatever he chooses to be called do his job in the same uniform that you don’t mind his peers using!
Never heard anyone call the production on Exile «poor» before. It is a totally iconic and very calculated affair. The vocals are mixed low very intentionally. I actually had a major label artist ask me to mix his record with the vocals at that level, he went as far as to fly an «exile expert» in to ...Jump to post
One thing that shocked me about Japan was that they actually had real, living people working all through the night working as (literal) traffic cones. 19 people doing what would have been a crew of 2 people + cones in any western country.Jump to post
FlyingElvii wrote:CG too far to the rear?
Hoping the event coming up is the return to it’s real home in scandinavia. There is no DC9/MD80/MD90 kept in any of the museums there after the incredible 50 year history of the type(s) with SAS, and this aircraft, being purpose built for SAS, should be the one. A -41 would be even better, but proba...Jump to post
That must be a local phenomenom for you guys, I’ve never heard styx played in public or on the radio anywhere in the world at any time the last 2-3 decades. Styx is just some local band in the usa, i think. It is a lousy band, but not really big enough to be irritating. Billy Joel; great artist, thi...Jump to post
The US millitary is given more resources than the next 15 on the list, combined. Most of them allies. And that for a country that doesn’t border any concieveable enemies. The US millitary could cut the budget 2/3s and have a 24/7/365 pride parade, painting all the aircraft carriers like rainbow flag...Jump to post
The last decade where everything on the radio wasn’t programmed to be likeable by the lowest common denominator was the 80’s, that is correct. The amount of great music being made has only grown, although the abyssmal royalty system in streaming, and that piracy killed the economy of most artist rig...Jump to post
You absolutely have to switch doctor! She has quite clearly let cultist politics get in the way of science. There are medical subjects outside of vaccine that the politics can cloud her understanding of. I don’t know how authorizations for health personell work in your nevk of the woods, but there h...Jump to post
Everything Top 20 from the last 60 years, especially in the pre-1995 timeperiod is done to death. It is suprising to see with new developments over the last few years how little of it has stayed relevant. The Beatles will be remembered, the injection of the pentatonic blues scale in to the tempered ...Jump to post
Even in the worst case scenarios(fossil made electricity) the slightly higher environmental cost of EV production is offset by an average driver in less than 2 years. Also, EVs not working for Über-drivers? I remember to tell that to my next EV Über-driver. The lack of knowledge of EVs combined with...Jump to post