« on: March 11, 2016, 10:48:35 PM »
korg is japanese I wonder what the price is in its home country if it is worth to import it maybe ?
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I believe the computer where you are using the plugin does have to connect to the internet for the licence manager to licence the plugin.
I don't let my music computer taste the dubious wonders of the internet either, except when it has to verify or register something.
His release, "Towards the Blue Peninsula" is very good, I purchased that one through BC awhile ago but haven't haven't played it recently.
I never listen to full albums streaming like that on BC because the quality is so poor. It just helps me figure out if something is to my taste or not.
I have watched this in its entirety a number of times since finding it on you tube and still not fed up of it, its a great video, I just wished he'd get rid of the laptop though.
How does the newly remastered cd sound compared to the original (Sonic Atmospheres) cd? I just pulled it out from my collection and listening right now.
I was hoping M Stearns would perform live someplace USA after the 2013 AmbiCon gig. The one that I missed. And now regretting it. I know he was AWOL for about 10+ years before that weekend. Heard rumors that he was going to perform a live show somewhere earlier this month. But that did not happen. But the music still lives on......
.......How about a one off gig somewhere in beautiful country Michael Stearns?
Let me add that the AmbiCon 2013 gig, M Stearns was my favorite artist for that event. I felt it was way to short of a set for Steve Roach and Robert Rich to accomplish what they normally do best.
Edit: Checking on eBay while listening to Within - The Nine Dimensions, that cd is up for sale on eBay for $150+. I guess it's more rare than Planetary Unfolding.
This album is fantastic indeed.It is a great album, hopefully there will be a new Blood Box album this year.
I was expecting as much, since Yen Pox involves Michael J.V. Hensley who has my utmost respect for his phenomenal albums as Blood Box.