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jam-s
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Post 03 Feb 2024

challism wrote:
03 Feb 2024
I didn't know you could listen to music through a Tesla coil.

https://youtube.com/shorts/WgyqyZOK8OA? ... Lnh8pFl7PU
That's some really old tech there: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plasma_speaker Problem with those: The (sub) bass sucks a**. :puf_wink:

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Post 05 Feb 2024

jam-s wrote:
03 Feb 2024
challism wrote:
03 Feb 2024
I didn't know you could listen to music through a Tesla coil.

https://youtube.com/shorts/WgyqyZOK8OA? ... Lnh8pFl7PU
That's some really old tech there: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plasma_speaker Problem with those: The (sub) bass sucks a**. :puf_wink:
That's cool. Thanks for the link. I can't help but love, admire and be in complete awe of Nikola Tesla, eccentric as he may have been. I sure would like to know what his fascination was with the number 9; it was certainly more profound (and listenable) than John Lennon's.
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Post 09 Feb 2024

From Norway, Scandinavia, stunning music. Stunning!

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Post 01 Mar 2024

Just got home from seeing Mogwai the last night of their tour. Amazing, one of the best shows I've ever been too, and fantasticly mixed as well.
Played some of their early stuff too from young teen and come on die young which was really beautiful.





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Post 03 Mar 2024

Wow, progrock meets synthwave, and by one of my favorite bands. This is so awesome. And as my birthday is coming up, I already know the CD is coming my way :puf_bigsmile:


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Post 03 Mar 2024

I've recently gone back to listen to old Marilyn Manson songs. I used to listen to him a lot during my teenage years.
To be honest it's so refreshing to listen to a voice with a lot of life and character and "mistakes". It's such a contrast to how most music is made today. I have a very hard time with modern produced music because of the (imo) overly pitch corrected vocals. It's used even when it isn't needed imo. I don't mind it as a tool in itself, but the way it's typically used in pretty much all modern music I find it makes vocals very bland and lifeless.

This is one of my favorites.

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