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Waltz Of The Machine (via An Ode to Capitalism)

Wow! I love these motion and classical music memes. I hope that we see more of them.

Waltz Of The Machine The elegant motions from a Brazilian textile plant is matched with classical music. Beautiful. HT: Kottke.org … Read More

via An Ode to Capitalism

YouTube – Nightwish – Amaranth

YouTube – Nightwish – Amaranth. I was listening to Classical music and happened to run across this group. It is strange that there is a heavy metal element and something etheral to it. I like it. Maybe you will too.

YouTube – Eye of the Finder MUSIC VIDEO: SuperNews!

YouTube – Eye of the Finder MUSIC VIDEO: SuperNews!. I think you have to be more than a little bit of a nerd to appreciate this song. Still you never know who may be reading.

Cornucopia photo


Cornucopia

Originally uploaded by mallice

Neat!

EgoTV – 10 Classic Grammy Performances From The 1980s EgoTV

EgoTV – 10 Classic Grammy Performances From The 1980s EgoTV. This is a great list of classic videos. I never saw them when they aired and they are just as good now.

Were Calling It: The In-Dash CD Player Dies in 2015

Were Calling It: The In-Dash CD Player Dies in 2015. No surprise here.  It is something that should have happened years ago. I was in Goodwill a few months ago and they were selling CD albums for a quarter.  I thought about that for a minute.  The people who would buy a scratched used CD vs the people who would just download the music.  The shelf was packed and no one was browsing the shelf the entire time I was there.

Errors appear when you download songs from the iTunes Store

Cover used at the German iTunes Music Store

Image via Wikipedia

Errors appear when you download songs from the iTunes Store. This fixed the error 5002 for me.  I followed the first suggestion about permissions on the iTunes folder and it worked like a charm!

 

Happy Birthday To The Mini-Moog (via 98.1 WOGL)

Sounds like the RIAA/MPIA doesn’t it?  From the article:

“The American Federation of Musicians considered banning the Mini-Moog, fearing that it’s ability to simulate acoustic instruments could put musicians out of work. There’s nothing like the real thing!”

Happy Birthday To The Mini-Moog It was 41 years ago today that Dr. Robert Moog introduced his Mini-Moog synthesizer, for just $2000 and is was almost banned. The American Federation of Musicians considered banning the Mini-Moog, fearing that it’s ability to simulate acoustic instruments could put musicians out of work. There’s nothing like the real thing! … Read More

via 98.1 WOGL