I had a dream that for my birthday my dad got lunch from two places. I should've known it was a dream when from the Dairy Queen bag fell one wrapped half of a Waffle-Iron Grilled Cheese (and I caught it like a pimp ), because DQ stopped selling them years ago.
My trusty pair of BASS JAXXTITAN headphones started shorting out today. They developed a problem where at certain angles they would exhibit symptoms of phase inversion-- they'd swap to Mono, and from what I can tell, center-panned signals specifically would cut out. The poor thing was living on borrowed time though, and I knew it.
SO. I've switched over to the extra pair of this exact model of headphone that I got this past Christmas . I'd been using the other pair for... well, I'm pretty sure I'd been using them since a little ways into my SoundCloud career. So, a little bit over two years I'd been using them, then. I'd actually forgotten that the earphones were made with a false cowhide pattern. Not to mention that they used to cancel out background noise a good amount, like this new pair does.
Thank you, Titan I, for o'er two years of excellent service. May your cardboard crypt protect you forever,
and may your successor live up to your legacy. May this successor also be more accepting of my rather lărge head.
yo, my brain supplied me with a total pearl of an analogy just now. It took me a bit to figure out how to word it, but it's a fab one. "An audience is like dust. Keep things where they are, and it'll start to build up."
Question: what does adding an (!) after a word actually imply? I'm almost positive that it's a way of saying something is particularly of note (even if the reasons themselves may not be obvious, or indeed even known to the reader, necessarily), like Wario was on his way to the store to get some bread(!) and eggs.
I only ask because Google treats the (!)(which I like to pronounce as a clipped, slightly angry-sounding "Au--!") like it's not part of the search query, and I assume someone on here's more knowledgeable than I am.
Today while messing around in Pro Tools, I accidentally found the Mega Man X orchestra hit in its original form. According to the Xpand!2 preset description, it is a "Brass Glock and Woodwinds Hit", and that high-pitched sound being a glockenspiel makes so much sense.