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    Buffalo, NY
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    sleeping, editing video, reading, music, writing, teh internets, funny stuff
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  • Amusing Quote or Song Lyric
    "how about the power to kill a yak... from 200 yards away... with MIND BULLETS?" -Tenacious D
  • Favourite MG(B) Song
    Everything Is Automatic
  1. yeah, wow. great song! kinda pissed i missed that show....
  2. Danza. just for the slight possibility that it will feature a reference to the popular bedtime maneuver called "the Tony Danza." who's the boss?
  3. yes. absolutely amazing. now out of print, too!
  4. in no order. Matthew Good (Band) New Order David Bowie Holy Fuck Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker Radiohead Adorable Tokyo Police Club The Pixies The Catherine Wheel
  5. hmmm, to me that's just lazy. i don't see how hard it is to just spit a wav file of the final mix out, send it to apple, and have them convert it. okay, so older albums might not have that option available. but when you post something to be downloaded by millions of people, shouldn't you do some quality control and test it first? maybe Apple is trying to cut costs and literally has one guy in a dark basement somewhere ripping CD after CD, and he no longer cares. but they're making enough money on the operation as a whole, why risk pissing people off? until iTunes has a monopoly on the
  6. well, that's one dream come true. next up, a wall-mounted jerky dispenser.
  7. bought it off itunes, heard the skipping. so i wanted to see if it was simply itunes or the file. as you can see in figure A above, there are big ol' lines snapping up through the spectrogram. cd skips! makes me wonder how music is delivered to itunes. if someone just presses it to a CD and there's a guy sitting in the corner of some gigantic building ripping CD after CD, pleading with Death to come.
  8. the beginning of that video looks like he's in the Brady Bunch squares. but i still choke up every time.... *sniffle*
  9. oh goodness. at first i thought their one single was kind of charming... but then i listened to the album. i guess they're just learning how to use Garage Band? and yes, that Africa "cover" is atrocious. i wish the 80s would seek revenge. and yes, i'm alive. hope everyone's well. or at least rockin' out regularly.
  10. my boss lives about 200 feet away from the crash site. his family didn't sleep a wink that night, but thankfully they're alright. and the wife of one of my old professors was on the plane. i feel really bad for him, because he's such a pleasant guy who now has to deal with something so horrible. but if there's one thing the people of Buffalo can do and do well, it's gather around and support those who are affected by this. it's something you take one day at a time.
  11. seconded and seconded. i actually like that song better than A Long Way Down, 'cos of the lyrics and the way it's presented. always wondered why it was changed, though maybe he thought some people might interpret it as an attack on old acquaintances?
  12. i concur. no band is untouchable. however, i will say that certain bands don't really get anything positive out of remixes. for example, if you remix anything by Default.... you just get Nickelback.
  13. i once read one of his manifestoes (it was this one) for a voice-over assignment for this sound design class i was taking. the professor "got" the statement i was trying to make, but kept using the words "heavy handed." like "it seemed a bit heavy handed." well shit, isn't life heavy handed? anyway, good luck on your assignment!
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