(via Blog 7) Virtual drums.
In case there was any doubt Rev. Michael E. Schmidt is an objectively shitty person, he attempted to post this to my guestbook (Note: I replaced variations of my name with x’s. Otherwise the text is identical to what he tried to post): Name: your wife is so ugly Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx Email: email@example.com Date: Tue … Continue reading “Rev. Michael E. Schmidt”
Who is the greatest high note trumpet player in the world? I don’t know, nor do I care very much. One thing I’m pretty sure of, though, is the greatest high note trumpet player in the world would not need to troll the internet for attention.
(from the I just thought up a name for the band dept.)
|The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Presents America (The Book): A Citizen’s Guide to Democracy Inaction – the writers of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart|
|Pearls Before Swine : BLTs Taste So Darn Good – Stephan Pastis|
|Images & Words – Dream Theater|
|Metropolis Part 2: Scenes from a Memory – Dream Theater|
|Fountains of Wayne – Fountains of Wayne|
|The Yes Album – Yes|
|Going for the One – Yes|
|Monty Python and the Holy Grail|
|Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends – The Complete First Season|
|Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends – The Complete Second Season|
(from the is there anything on this web site about Inspirational New Age/Smooth Jazz romantic piano music evoking beauty and tranquility..? dept.) I am not, nor am I related to this Jim Chappell.
I’ve been playing around with Hydrogen – an advanced drum machine for GNU/Linux. So far, it seems to be full featured (I’m more familiar with “real” drums). Hydrogen can import sound samples in .wav, .au, and .aiff formats and export “songs” to midi and wav files. Hydrogen uses an XML file for its native song … Continue reading “As if Linux wasn’t cool enough already”
I used to be on top of this kind of news. I’m in the process of converting my music CDs into mp3’s* (thus probably violating several federal laws) largely because I’m tired of packing my briefcase full of CDs. Anyway, while ripping Wall of Voodoo‘s Call of the West, I got curious and searched Google … Continue reading “Bummer”
Here’s a small and not very representative list (basically what I had on hand when I wrote this) of some of the music I listen to. Bozzio Levin Stevens: Black Light Syndrome Kate Bush: The Whole Story The Red Shoes The Corrs: VH1 Presents the Corrs Live in Dublin Talk On Corners [Special Edition] The … Continue reading “Music that doesn’t suck”