They had the sound cranked to 11 at the theatre I saw it in - damn dem synths were wonderful.


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This guy was asked the same question but had a different answer.

fireproof78 wrote:

"What instrument do you want to learn?" and they replied "All of them, at once............

.......using Marbles!"

The Wintergatan channel is worth giving a watch.

There's nothing quite like a thousand foot tall, and naked, advert when your weighing up life's options. That, at best, has got to be an inconvenience to your day somewhat. And here I thought adverts were obnoxious now. I wonder if there is an adblock palliative in this world...


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I have no idea of anything but my experience.


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Ran it. Immediatley closed before I even got a chance to look at it. And I was looking forward to posting my results too. tongue

(EDIT: Windows 10 if that helps...)


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I must have seen it at least once a year growing up.


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I would have switched shot glasses out of shot. tongue


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Not so much a reboot or a remake but a redo of the city establishing model shots in Logan's Run would be grand.


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Being a part time Trekker - I dug ST:D. Looking forward to see where they 'boldly go' with this.

And, as much as I miss the Klingons looking like seasoned metal-heads, I'm down with the new look.

'Navy in space'... I certainly felt seasick with all the dutch angles and messing with the 180 rule - the camera work was all, at least, interesting and at most, a bit distracting.


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'The Orville' episode 1: I almost liked it. I mean, it kept my attention to the end so...?! It turned out to be just a watered down version of both trek and family guy - never nailing the tone of either leaving me confused to what it was trying to be. In honesty, I would have liked it more if Seth McFarlane wasn't leading in it. He isn't a leading man. Don't get me wrong he has a fantastic character voice but a voice does not an actor make.


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This is rad!

How Not to Land an Orbital Rocket Booster


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Regan wrote:

Macro Keyboard MkII - this time with transport controls.

WIP - Live looping MIDI controller - (just needs cased)

I/O plate

The Mk IV will never be this clean again


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There is few I can add to this... we all seem to watch the same stuff. Then again I clicked on a vid 10 years ago  - 'Car Horn vs Boat Horn' and the ilk still pop up in my recommended list. Regardless... here is my two cents.

Channel: OxfordUnion
tl;dr: Basically an Oxbridge elitist AMA with fantastic guests and craic. Stanley Tucci being a highlight of late.

Channel: Cyriac … 1nQ5rTUP2g
tl;dr: A twisted After Effects animator. Fantastic art style helped by his crazy mind. Known for his fractals and bizarre.

Channel: Georg Rockall - Schmidt … zPnh0dG0SA
tl;dr: nothing beats a satirical brit's take on the world.


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This has been dormant for a while - I've not settled on what the ghost train should look like until today. render incoming...


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Macro Keyboard MkII - this time with transport controls.

WIP - Live looping MIDI controller - (just needs cased)

I/O plate


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We have dodged a bullet then it not being Chris Marshall.


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Tilda Swinton has been tipped and Maggie Smith would be rad but both too big to be the Doctor.


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I'm actually quite surprised the 13th Doctor announcement wait is almost over. If the bookies are to be believed it will be the brain dead goof ball from My Family - Chris Marshall. Hmm. I haven't seen him in anything other than that. I can see it working if I squint hard enough. But I hope it's a lady. I think now is the right time.


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*saved for later*


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Saniss wrote:

Know your guitar tunings, kids.

Teague: in unrelated news, I just came up with a handy mnemonic device for remembering guitar tuning.
Teague: I mean... I myself don't benefit from it, because I already know standard tuning. but.
Teague: the strings are tuned to EADGBE.
Teague: usually the mnemonic you hear is something like "eddie ate dynamite, good bye eddie" or something. no sir.
Teague: I nominate "eat a dick, get bent, etc."
Writhyn: Well obviously the first one doesn't work because Eddie can damn well eat dynamite and be fine.
Teague: true fact.
Regan: To throw in a topical one... Europeans All Despise Great Britain's Exit.
Teague: hahaha.

A few rejected tuning mnemonics

Everyone Admires David Grohls Blues Explosion

Enjoying Alcoholic Drinks - George Best's Enemy        (too soon? LOLZ)

Enya's 'Amarantine' Drives Good Boys Evil

Everyone Adores Deschanels Gorgeous Blue Eyes

Enormous Amplifiers Deliver Guitarists Bleeding Ears

Excruciatingly Agonizing Death Gets Bizarrely Erotic

Envision A Dame Getting Beautifully Erogenous

Exciting Annie's Dripping Gash Burns Eyes             (NSFW)

(I have too much time on my hands)

Talking about the movie "The Box" with a friend who doesn't know the DIF glossary was interesting...

"....'the box' being the Mcguffin of the movie before going to the mansion with its supernatural magic bean..."

He looked baffled

Suitably pimped to twitter and reddit.


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Wait.. STD...Not sure I want an STD


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And youtube's recommended video after that is...