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S Presents: “First Try!” – Bell Sauce!

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S Presents: “First Try!” – 43241a6-laaaaghave .

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Ground Zero.

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S Presents: “First Try!” – Ground Zero.

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Ableton Push Gen 1 – Disassembly and Repair.

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My introduction to Ableton Push.

An Ableton push has landed upon our bench! It was performing reasonably well for about six months time. With my Live lite license in hand I loaded the Ableton Push onto my computer and got right to work. The intention is rather clear about purchasing this piece of hardware which is simply to have the ability of making my own musical assets for the videos that that are done on this site. Perhaps even beyond in the lines of games if I get good enough at composition. But something went very wrong.

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AirPlay on my Raspberry Pi

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AirPlay audio only on the Raspberry Pi

Airplay (or in previous revisions from apple this protocol was called “AirTunes”) audio is the ability to transmit audio from your smart phone device (The Apple I-phone does this natively and android users can actually download a plugin protocol for this) to another device which is hooked to a home stereo system. I know there’s countless of articles talking about how it’s done. But since this is my blog I sometimes use my blog as just a random dump on how I get things going so in case I forget with my countless other projects I don’t have to look for a particular site to show me how to get it working again. It’s just annoying to find a site that talks about it just to have it disappear on you. So! Without further delay, my short little guide on how it is done.

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WinAmp – An end of an era.

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WinAmp’s humble beginnings from this bloggers perspective.

The news of WinAmp has been sending shock-waves with their announcement of finally shutting down the program and closing the doors after 14 years on December 20th 2013 along with all sister media servers associated with it.  Throughout most of the older internet community and since I haven’t posted a blog update in a while I thought that I should give my views and insights about WinAmp since in a very strange way I had WinAmp even BEFORE I had a PC . I had a version of WinAmp Called “AmiAmp” for the Commodore Amiga computer which possessed a 68020 processor or better the first MP3 I ever got was on some french server on Lyon that had lots of anime p0rn, but for some reason they also had “The Cranberries – Salvation” in MP3 format on there. My Amiga 3000 with a 25Mhz 68030 processor was not strong enough to play the mp3 at 128kps sterio, I could only play it in mono with %100 CPU power.  When I eventually stopped drinking the kool-aid left the Amiga scene and got a PC I of course got Winamp right away.

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