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Discussion in 'Backline' started by ahjteam, Oct 31, 2008.

  1. joelplagues

    joelplagues Member

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    Will do. My main issue is I have always felt awkward holding a mouse and also hate constants and become irritated easily due to that. Being able to do whatever the hell I want with my hand and being wireless has the touchpad looking pretty attractive. Time will tell though.
     
  2. FIXXXER

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  4. Skaldir

    Skaldir formerly known as Unicorn

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    Looks cute. But isn't it too hot in Brazil for having a dog that prefers to be in colder countries and running around in snow?
     
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    I use the touchpad on my laptop, but when I'm in the studio I have a Kensington Trackball. The trackball smokes everything else in my opinion, just haven't got around to buy one to have at home yet...
     
  6. ArthurD

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    In my town, at summer, the temperature peaks arround 86F or 30C.
    But inside my house the temperature is quite pleasent, arround 70F or 21C.
    Also, when is hotter we tend to shear the dogs too.
    But their fur not only protects them from cold, but from heat too.
     
  7. DeclanWhite

    DeclanWhite Senior Member

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    picked up a pearl reference kit for the studio for a GREAT price.
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    got a couple packs of these so my snare doesnt detune when tracking...
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    got bareknuckle aftermaths for my ltd mh1000et

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    locking tuners for mh1000et

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    got this ISK tube mic for $80 brand new on ebay haha

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    then upgraded the tube to this

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    not sure if i've posted this or not, but I recently got one of these

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    and another one of these

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    :)
     
  8. Rex Rocker

    Rex Rocker Call me Hugo!

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    Did the LTD come with Grovers? I don't mean to be rude or nosey or anything, but I got those exact same locking tuners (made by Jin or Yin or whatever, right?) to replace the stock ones in an Ibanez, and they slipped a lot and weren't very stable. I replaced them with non-locking 18:1 Grovers, and those were huge improvement in stability, but that was just my own experience. I guess that's not that big of an issue with an Evertune bridge.
     
  9. DeclanWhite

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    yeah, they are jin-ho wilkinson or something. third set ive bought and they have all been great!
     
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    Just got an i7 quad mac mini to replace my 1st gen Mac Pro.
    I was holding out until the new Mac Pro was unveiled to upgrade but was disappointed by the lack of PCIe.
    The mini is pretty much perfect for me now that the Mac Pro is basically a bigger mini.
    Currently migrating from the MP. 6 hours in and an hour left to go!
    Will post how it runs in the backline section when I get it up and running.
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    I have an expert mouse trackball but then got the slim blade.
    Much smoother. The expert really "drags" in comparison.
     
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    Golden Dragon 12ax7

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    Ei Elite Gold Pin 12ax7
     
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    Touchpad was a bad idea. Didn't go half a day with it to be honest and I somehow thought I'd like using it more than a standard laptops trackpad but nope.Gestures such as scrolling down and across weren't even that simple/responsive. Kensington Expert Mouse on the other hand was far more delightful to use in protools, my hand adapted to it super fast and I'm feeling quite comfortable. :worship:

    I didn't edit any photos or video work on either of these but the Kensington is staying
     
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    Yeah I dig my track ball! I can go in between using that and a mouse pretty seamlessly. The track pads are great for just browsing the internet and junk, but for any real work, they become annoying quick.
     
  15. derekmoffat

    derekmoffat 608 STUDIOS

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    Peavey AT-200 - fucking awesome. perfect intonation, sounds great. got one used for a sick price.
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    Joly Modded my MXL 990, REALLY close a u87ai
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    Slate VTM (thanks jangoux) :)
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    And boosted the sex appeal in the live room a notch haha.. new drum rug
    Dark pic, oh well.
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  16. plague_rider

    plague_rider Coffee

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    Please tell me these are as good as they look!!!
     
  17. Brett - K A L I S I A

    Brett - K A L I S I A Dreaded Moderator

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    Not audio related but I couldn't resist this (and I've seriously NEVER been interested in watches before seeing this one)...

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  18. FIXXXER

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  19. Loren Littlejohn

    Loren Littlejohn Lover of all boobage.

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    Everytime I see the shotshell mic I have to wonder why the guy who makes them went with low brass 2 3/4" shells instead of high brass magnums.

    I just think it would look a lot cooler is all.
     
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