Just got a chance to mix on a Behringer X32 this morning...
...first chance in a few years I've gotten to do live sound, and first time on a digital console at that. (Well, besides the time I abused Ableton as a digital mixer when there was no console or PA, lol)
I'm actually super impressed with how intuitive the layout is. Still need to properly learn FX routing, but the general mix came together nice and quickly - as did assigning mute groups on-the-fly. Looking forward to using it again!
Just did a simple dinner tonight...simple but oh so lovely :) No picture because I forgot one. (Sorry!)
Thin-sliced chicken cutlets seasoned with salt and pepper, dredged in flour, and pan-seared, served in a pan sauce reduction of white onions, marsala wine, balsamic vinegar, thyme, parsley, and butter.
.....okay, and there's a bit of sugar in there because I went a hair too acidic with the balsamic, sssssssssssshh ;)
At some point I'll have to ask for my money back...
Researchers discover new security flaw in all modern Intel processors:
@kdy Requesting an instance ban against freefedifollowers.ga; they are knowingly abusing a bunch of shell followbot accounts to DDoS instances by mass following.
Also on my mind lately: I recently saw an absolutely *phenomenal* concert by the Doobie Brothers. Not only are they such a tightly-knit group, but whoever was mixing for them absolutely nailed the mix that night. It's the kind of music and emotion you feel with every fiber of your being...or at least it was for me, then and there. :)
Pros of having a vitamix: you wake up, you want a frappuccino...so you make one.
Cons of having a vitamix: you make a frappuccino while tired and grab caffeinated coldbrew instead of the decaf stuff. Your body, not being great with large amounts of caffeine, decides that your brain will now be thinking in overdrive all morning. An interesting experience, but hardly productive.
....but that frappuccino was dang delicious.
Well *done*, Hoopla. (ranty tech thing)
Before I've even registered for your service, you've greeted a user just wanting to take a peek with this wonderfully non-bypassable "use a modern browser" screen.
....I'm quite literally using Chromium. Stock Chromium, with only a patch to enable the hardware h.264 decoding on Linux. (Which, by the way, is enabled in mainline Chrome on Windows - a configuration they explicitly support.)
Tinkerer, musician, engineer, linux-wiiu dev. Also a staff member of ForTheUsers. Who knows what will show up here?
A generalist Mastodon instance with a nice domain name. Running on Glitch Social's fork with a custom theme!