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  • seismic1
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    Dismantling furniture in preparation for my mother's house move later this week - 11 months on, finally the end is in sight.

    I'm going to watch the World Cup final later after listening to the latest Massergy release. Hopefully I'll also have some time to work on Altar. Dark electro/glitch with ambient reverbed synths.

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  • meta4
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    Originally posted by Synthetic Aurality View Post
    Important safety tip - do NOT eat a super-spicy gyro at the same time as you suck down a spicy hot V8.
    Unless you want to spend all night in the bathroom, anyway. :eek:
    Live n learn buddy :rotf:

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  • Mac of BIOnighT
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    "The problem with fried foods is the same as with fatty foods — they can move, undigested, through the body too quickly, leading to diarrhea, or stay in your digestive tract too long, causing you to feel full and bloated. Many fried foods are low in fiber and take longer to digest. So if you’re dealing with either diarrhea or constipation, you’ll want to avoid fried foods for a while. The conventional wisdom, says Krevsky, is that when you have indigestion, you should avoid fried foods because they tend to slow down the emptying of the stomach."

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  • Mac of BIOnighT
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    You were sick and you eat fried stuff to recover? Er...

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  • seismic1
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    Did you record the action for future "processing"? :ick::puke:

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  • Synthetic Aurality
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    Important safety tip - do NOT eat a super-spicy gyro at the same time as you suck down a spicy hot V8.

    Unless you want to spend all night in the bathroom, anyway. :eek:

    At home, recovering. Mild cod fish and sweet potato fries for dinner. Ugh.

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  • GaryG
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    Though 'I Love the Sound of Breaking Polycarbonate Sheeting' would be more apt.

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  • seismic1
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    Originally posted by GaryG View Post
    Well, yesterday: Started to put up a greenhouse. Should have left a recorder running as some interesting sounds, clanging metalwork about etc (and a few swear words, could they make the instructions any more cryptic??? ;))


    Couldn't resist

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  • Synthetic Aurality
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    Today, work. Tomorrow, work. All bloody week, WORK! Payday Friday and that will fix me up and repay al my moving costs. Then 4 months of work, work, save, work, work, save.

    I need to hit ONE strip club and ONE casino while I'm here, just to say I've done it. It's a me thing (blush).

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  • GaryG
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    Well, yesterday: Started to put up a greenhouse. Should have left a recorder running as some interesting sounds, clanging metalwork about etc (and a few swear words, could they make the instructions any more cryptic??? ;))

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  • seismic1
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    Cleaned out the pond pump. Updated the Mangle to the latest version. Downloaded a WAV from my Ditto to the computer, then spent an hour or two processing the audio with Replicant and Paulstretch. Lots of possibilities there. Then I got out the keyboard and the Rocket. I managed to get some Berlin-style sequences into the DAW. The Rocket is capable of generating some great bass synth sounds for sequencing. Then I spent a couple of hours jamming on my Axiom with Rapture. Got an idea for a new track.

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  • Mac of BIOnighT
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    ;-p yes, I know that sounds weird... in Switzerland gas costs less than it does in Italy, that's why several years ago we people on the border were given some special discount cards we can use to buy gas in Italy, which is good.

    To be honest, I have no idea what part of France that was, I went with a friend of mine and she did the driving, we were hosted by her grandparents in their ex-hotel. Of course, she told me where we were and all, but I have forgotten, it was so many years ago... :-/

    A friend of mine went to the Isle of Man several years ago to see the famous race, it looks like a very nice place

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  • meta4
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    Originally posted by Mac of BIOnighT View Post
    My only trip abroad (well, except for going to Switzerland for gas (I live 5 minutes from the border)) was three days in France, somewhere in the mountains, absolutely beautiful.
    Interesting stuff m8. Especially nipping to Switzerland for gas lol, made me chuckle that did :rotf:

    What part of France did you go to?

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  • Mac of BIOnighT
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    My only trip abroad (well, except for going to Switzerland for gas (I live 5 minutes from the border)) was three days in France, somewhere in the mountains, absolutely beautiful.

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  • meta4
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    Originally posted by Synthetic Aurality View Post
    I've never been to Italy.. I'd love to go someday, to Rome, to see the ancient buildings. Always been a big ancient history buff!

    Maybe someday...
    Yeh I wouldn't mind going there myself someday to. I reckon it would be fab waking up in a really old cottage somewhere in the mountains, people picking oranges from the trees, dancing in huge boxes of grapes. Hmm :hmmm: all them different wines to. I would love the local lingo, people watching & listening to the vocal expressions.

    It would definitely be a very educational trip, ooooh like visiting the art galleries and hot spots. I would be taking randoms pictures with my phone and then remixing them on my lappy, rendering them into black n whites. But also taking pictures of Italy in the rain, always had a close connection with the rain me and how trees and old buildings can appear with dark clouds blanketing the streets bringing out that dullish/grey feel to the environment, getting carried away now lol.

    I have never been abroad. I went to the Isle Of man once, but that was many moons ago. Great memory though of me on this really big ship exploring its different parts, leaning over the side rail gazing facinated at the water whooshing by. A bunch of us would tip the penny machines over in the arcades for a laugh and the alarms would go off, right gits we were :omg: We stayed at this really big house and in the garden was this wasps nest so we all would taunt it terrible poking twigs at it heh ;)
    Last edited by meta4; 06-22-2014, 03:59 PM.

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