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#268

Bummer.

There was a guy posting here I forget what thread it was in, but he worked or currently works for an international airline and had some insider knowledge behind some of the processes, if I remember he talked about baggage compensation.

Sorry your day ended like that dude. But hey, could have been worse


#269

Helping out at a local studio today, this is what I’m dealing with… Untangling, wrapping…


:joy::joy::joy:

It’s probably going to take me hours… :rofl:

Tonight I help do sound at a local Magic and Cabaret show…
Should be quite the vibe change!



#270

Drats…
They double booked the sound and the other guy got it…
No Magic Cabaret, just a mess of cables… :joy:
Oh well, it’s sunny and nice out and there’s a bunch of synths and other gear I can mess around with later… :slight_smile:


#271

Nope. I had it in my back, very fortunately : I made a few patterns during the waiting, have to create a track out of this !

I should get 250€ from the airline for the delay, and I don’t know how much for the luggage.
I spent most of the evening doing the paperwork.


#272

Sorry LD… Bummer…


#273

Man that looks gorgeously tropical… :rofl:


#274

This is the teaser for a short film I’ve been working on for a screening at The Chaos Party at It’s Her Factory at The Victoria, London E17 next week.

The film is somewhat abstract, and was made with the aid of a Critter & Guitarri Videoscope, a Volca Modular run through a Bastl Thyme and whole lot of editing - full version to follow after the screening.


#275

nice.


#276

short teaser/promo I’m making lately featuring octatrack live rec and some vjing done with resolume and old clips


#277

Spent some time with this yesterday… dream car.


#278

Super quick jam of me messing around with the Novation Bass Station II’s sequencer here, with a little Digitone and Machinedrum. BS II running through Alesis Quadraverb.

This was more a first attempt at trying to do the birds eye view YouTube jam videos. The stand I purchased likes to sway a lot, like it’s jamming too, hah. Music was put together hastily to say the least.


#279

Nice. How was it? Did you purchase it yet?


#280

Hahaha yeah right. The carbon fiber options alone on this NSX cost more than any car I’ve ever owned!

I’ve been interested in “exotic” cars since I was a teenager and its cool to experience them in person when I have a chance… luckily my best friend is an automotive journalist so there’s been a few notable ones over the years. The NSX was up there with the GTR and ZR-1 for me.


#281

Nice, that’s a dream day job right there.


#282

Drooool. I grew up building model kits of Universal movie monsters and Star Trek ships. When I wasn’t building those, I was often building models of Stingrays, Chevelles, and El Caminos. I’ve owned the latter two (still have an 86 El Camino), but pretty decided decided against the former when I reached 50 and my hair began to thin. There was, however, a period of about a week when i considered selling my VCS3 to purchase a beautiful copper '72 T-top Stingray that was for sale locally. But man, I’d love to take a ZR-1 around the block a few times…


#283

I know a guy with a 488GTB but I haven’t been able to convince him to take me for a drive. :sob: I totally get the attraction.


#284

They’re scary as shit. At least the C6 version. Anything past half throttle and it wanted to drive you into a ditch… too much power even for the massive 345’s or whatever they were on there.


#285

Oh and in the 80s I built a diorama featuring a Tamiya Audi Quattro GT… dirt road and everything.


#286

Those are beautiful. I think the NSX is the first Japanese car to have that kind of hypercar vibe, except maybe the LF-A.

Back in the 80s this was an exotic to me, haha…


#287

I should dig up some of the pictures I’ve taken of interesting cars over the years. I think my favorite was probably the Bugatti Type 35. The owner started it up for us. All I can say is the details on that old race car were simply stunning. Engine turned firewall and dash board, Jaeger-LeCoultre gauges, leather straps and twisted wire holding down the body panels, etc. Amazing.

In the mid 80s I had an RC version of that Renault.