Below the Elektrix Repeater which is the bottom one is a Lexicon Jamman.
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I understand about steering clear of red flags, but after the age of 30 or so, the great majority of unmarried women you'll meet will fall into the category of "divorced single mother" so I'm not sure that's a red flag in itself.
Some people prefer TC electronic reverbs I know Opphoi did like them, I know Robert Rich and I think also Loren Nerell like Sony reverbs.
I did consider confronting him but decided this is his problem, also why validate the vibe he's throwing out? (By acting like it's bothering me).
if you do not use the monitor controller maybe it is better to buy another product.
One thing good about having the Zen studio at the desk is easy and fast access to the volume knob.
I think it is important to have fast access if you get very loud volumes in your DAW by misstake for instance..
@ $30k its beyond most but I recall the New England Digital Synclaviar was about $50,000 in 1984 depending on the model.
...Yeah it's good, but the best show on TV right now? Maybe, not a lot of competition right now.
Actually, I'd argue we're in a historically noteworthy era of high-quality television. The cable networks, particularly HBO and Showtime but also AMC and others, have enabled and even encouraged intelligent, serious (or funny) and above all challenging storytelling.
On HBO alone, there's True Detective, Boardwalk Empire, Game of Thrones (not to mention Californication, Girls and others).