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I can really recommend Better Call saul for breaking bad addicts. many of the casts from breaking bad is in this series, same directors same incredible quality it is just as addictive as breaking bad.
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Art and Literature, Movies and TV / Re: Game of Thrones
« Last post by Seren on April 14, 2016, 01:45:12 PM »
Give it a go - The filming is stunning, the storylines convoluted and the twists unexpected to begin with.
Unlike The Lord of the Rings which is pretty straightforward story telling.
If you don't like fantasy....well not much you can do about that....but you might even enjoy it...
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Art and Literature, Movies and TV / Re: Game of Thrones
« Last post by Ekstasis on April 14, 2016, 08:22:06 AM »
well I can see it is very well made and beautiful for the eye, but it similiar to lord of the rings I would find the story and the acting in general silly but I would watch it just for being impressed by the general visual performance and production in general.

Well maybe I will get into the fantasy world after some time otherwise  fantasy is really not my strong side.
But Trailers does note always give the correct picture...

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Still need to let biosonic grow some.

But I did give second nature a good chance listening to it in headphones in bed giving it full attention  (which people rarely do these days)

My conclusion is it is a bad uninspired and boring album.
It is elevator music at best.  The piano sound cliché to me.  Piano and long reverbs like that rarely work.

All sounds very spontaneous  and lacks depth and multiple layers.  With that said all new Steve roach albums are welcome. It is good his discography grow since you need new albums since you want some new music to listen to all the time and you have heard all albums sp many times now.

Will give finial judgment to biosonic soon
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Art and Literature, Movies and TV / Re: Game of Thrones
« Last post by Antdude on April 13, 2016, 09:36:51 PM »
I would advise watching the first episode. It gives you a good overall feeling of the scope of the show and sets up the dynamics for most of the major characters and plot lines. I think you'll know by the end, whether you want to go on watching.

But, it really is an excellent series. Don't worry about the books. Just enjoy the show for what it is.
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Biosonic grows a little... the track "Amniotic Universe " is kind of hypnotizing
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: The Modular Synthesizer Thread
« Last post by Julio Di Benedetto on April 12, 2016, 08:41:03 PM »
My Mini MiniMoog,



Had this mother for a few days so its still new to me but its really straight forward as far as tweaking sounds.....it sounds very very good and its reasonable priced, actually its a great deal when you consider what your getting, oh and the build quality is first rate.

Ran the sequencer a few times and re clocked it externally which gave it some interesting patterns. Also functions as a keyboard.

Have not explored the patch bay in much depth yet other than taking the direct pulse and square wave outs and patching them into the main modular.

This is a great piece of kit whether a part of a larger modular system or just by itself hooked up to a midi or cv controller.

Why the QuNexus vs a Midi keyboard? Just curious if there are obvious benefits that I am missing.

Hi Paul,

Space is one reason...I have very little left on the table that holds my 2 cases, a skiff an now the mother, and its a really small controller.  Actually I have a midi adapter that came with QuNexus so it could be midi if need be. Granted Im sure there are some really small midi controllers as well.

More importantly as the QuNexus puts out CV & gate I plan to use it to trigger other oscillators in my modular system to create polyphony or rather multi tones by splitting the voltage and sending it around the system.  So for me in this case midi is not implemented in the system.

As to the Mother....cant see any reason that cv would be more beneficial over midi as a direct interface except that in a control voltage environment I prefer to keep it within the dominant form of communication.

Are you enjoying using 2 Mothers?  Forrest mentioned some music demos you posted on Facebook.....perhaps you could post them here as well!

 
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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Obsidian Volume 2 - The Illusive Figure
« Last post by jdh on April 12, 2016, 05:44:17 PM »
Yes,us Canadians seem to be a moderate bunch !

I do not know the in depth history of this site but been here a long time and I think Mike (as the owner) and new members like Third System provide great insight into what music is out there.
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: The Modular Synthesizer Thread
« Last post by Paul Vnuk (Ma Ja Le) on April 12, 2016, 04:28:23 PM »
My Mini MiniMoog,



Had this mother for a few days so its still new to me but its really straight forward as far as tweaking sounds.....it sounds very very good and its reasonable priced, actually its a great deal when you consider what your getting, oh and the build quality is first rate.

Ran the sequencer a few times and re clocked it externally which gave it some interesting patterns. Also functions as a keyboard.

Have not explored the patch bay in much depth yet other than taking the direct pulse and square wave outs and patching them into the main modular.

This is a great piece of kit whether a part of a larger modular system or just by itself hooked up to a midi or cv controller.

Why the QuNexus vs a Midi keyboard? Just curious if there are obvious benefits that I am missing.
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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Obsidian Volume 2 - The Illusive Figure
« Last post by APK on April 12, 2016, 02:15:19 PM »
 
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