It's probably to cover the cost of the extra labor.
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I agree that I would have liked to see several others interviewed and I don't know who half the people mentioned are. It still looks interesting.I'm not sure what "hardcore addition" means , but the film looks interesting.
I believe its a lot longer then the normal version will be. It says four hours long over 2 DVDs. Looks interesting but I have to admit that I am disappointed that no one from our little circle of music was interviewed for this documentary. And some people I suspect are only on the doc because they are popular. Like deadmau5, there is a really funny video of him floating around where he confuses a filter with a vco.
Yes! That is one of the most frustrating and one of the most rewarding things about modulars.
These fellas are right right. I've been at my day job for a few months short of 20 years, and at various times I've had completely different feelings about it. The biggest factor is your co-workers, particularly your immediate superiors and those with whom you work in very close proximity.I agree. I can put up with a lot of negatives at work as long as the people I work with are compatible. It does make a difference.