Personal musings, plans and devices of an engineer/artist
Attempting to diagnose the Vespa. All connections checked, all filters checked and changed. All seem good. Of course I don’t have a proper code scanner and to even check the sparkplug means REMOVING THE ENGINE!

Attempting to diagnose the Vespa. All connections checked, all filters checked and changed. All seem good. Of course I don’t have a proper code scanner and to even check the sparkplug means REMOVING THE ENGINE!

Reblogged from thankyoufive  33 notes

thankyoufive:

levianity:

levianity:

levianity:

Running tech from QLab Remote on my phone tonight. Let’s see how it goes.

So far, I am very disappointed that I cannot change the volume or load cues to time.

It started renaming and shuffling my cues. This app used to just be useless; now it’s glitching and harming the workspace.

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check out show cue systems or MultiPlay. Both I find far more stable, and unlike Qlab, not Apple whores so they work on Windows xp/vista/7/8 and Mac

spaceplasma:

July 20, 1969: One Giant Leap For Mankind

Astronaut Buzz Aldrin descending the ladder and stepping onto the Moon.  Neil Armstrong's “one small step” onto the lunar surface was actually a 3-foot jump down off the lunar module’s ladder to the ground.

Credit: NASA

Once again, we will amaze even ourselves. I firmly believe this. Happy anniversary NASA and all of the civilian and military partners who made this possible
And, if you are one of those Americans who STILL think the entire mission was a hoax, doo me a favor: clutch that bible you hold so dear to your heart with one hand, hang your “don’t tread on me” gadsen flag behind your head, take your ‘merican made Colt .45, put it to your lips barrel first and PULL THE TRIGGER”. Society has no time for mental failures like conspiracy losers who cannot grasp basic science and realize basic facts. Don’t forget the tea bagger gadsen flag. It will catch all the bits so you won’t contaminate anyone else

spaceplasma:

July 20, 1969: One Giant Leap For Mankind

Astronaut Buzz Aldrin descending the ladder and stepping onto the Moon.  Neil Armstrong's “one small step” onto the lunar surface was actually a 3-foot jump down off the lunar module’s ladder to the ground.

Credit: NASA

Once again, we will amaze even ourselves. I firmly believe this. Happy anniversary NASA and all of the civilian and military partners who made this possible

And, if you are one of those Americans who STILL think the entire mission was a hoax, doo me a favor: clutch that bible you hold so dear to your heart with one hand, hang your “don’t tread on me” gadsen flag behind your head, take your ‘merican made Colt .45, put it to your lips barrel first and PULL THE TRIGGER”. Society has no time for mental failures like conspiracy losers who cannot grasp basic science and realize basic facts. Don’t forget the tea bagger gadsen flag. It will catch all the bits so you won’t contaminate anyone else

Have to love the Religious nutters next door deciding it is totally ok to have our parking lot used for their “concert” and our cars as their benches. Funny how the rest of us have to get permits for concerts, yet they step over all the private property as theirs without as much as a peep from LEO #oasisongrand #christians #badneighbors

Have to love the Religious nutters next door deciding it is totally ok to have our parking lot used for their “concert” and our cars as their benches. Funny how the rest of us have to get permits for concerts, yet they step over all the private property as theirs without as much as a peep from LEO #oasisongrand #christians #badneighbors

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cas-audio:

chonkie9:

minor2major:

Any tips for doing sound for noise bands? 

I’ve got 5 to do tomorrow.

Buy earplugs?

Have your ears removed

Accept that everything will be too loud. Guitars take the forefront not vocals, the rest will just be kick and cymbals.

Worked with a noise band for a while.


Just bring a big case of 57’s and Radial DI’s. Don’t bother with any of the good kit. It won’t help them

And, get paid up front.