Monthly Archives: July 2009

Wedding Dance

This speaks for itself.  What a joyous way to start a marriage! .

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Analog-to-digital, part three

Well, I have since purchased the USB audio widget. I purchased the one without the built-in preamp, thinking I wouldn’t need that feature. I have used the widget several times, recording analog signal coming in to my stereo amp from … Continue reading

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Norton Music

Here’s another fine company where we are proud to present to you.  The owner, Bob Norton, is a good and trusted friend.  Bob’s company, Norton Music, is the #1 producer of Band-In-A-Box (BiaB) aftermarket products.  I’ve personally used quite a … Continue reading

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Juana Molina

. I’m pleased to introduce our blog readers to Juana Molina.  She’s a solo musician who works extensively with looping to create much more than you might think from a solo musician.  She captures a phrase and loops it, then … Continue reading

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What blows a speaker? Over-excursion & Over-heating

. Kudos to Bennett Prescott on his excellent article “Loudspeaker Fundamentals – Managing power to properly use your system” found in the June 2009 issue of Live Sound International.  Mr. Prescott says very plainly that clipping, compressors, crossovers, and all … Continue reading

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Reader’s Question – Setup of Akai USB-EWI

. The following question was asked by a novice user of the Akai USB-EWI.  Anyone out there who can answer this fellow’s question? – – – – – Hi I was wondering if you could point me in the right … Continue reading

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Kinetic models by Reuben Margolin

. Very intersting kinetic models by Reuben Margolin. You might remember building kits similar to this, or perhaps helped your kids build these kits.  Well Reuben Margolin takes this to a whole new level. . Maker Profile – Kinetic Wave … Continue reading

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