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  • Tony MTony M Posts: 7,135
    That's just wrong! ^^^^^ :s
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  • Viking64Viking64 Posts: 3,730
    It's only "wrong" to those who are over-sensitive. :p
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 7,135
    edited January 2018
    I just have a family member that told me in person his feelings about seeing that accidental tragedy. I'm not DEEPLY offended at all. Just at the people who thought that cover is clever when they made it. Warped sense of humor in my mind, that's all!

    Is that a real album cover? It looks to be.
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  • Viking64Viking64 Posts: 3,730
    Tony M wrote: »
    I just have a family member that told me in person his feelings about seeing that accidental tragedy. I'm not DEEPLY offended at all. Just at the people who thought that cover is clever when they made it. Warped sense of humor in my mind, that's all!

    Is that a real album cover? It looks to be.

    Yes, it is a real album cover. Although I don't think it sold too many copies. :p

    Hmmm, I'm not sure how the first part of your post is different from the second part of your post. :D

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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 20,568
    edited January 2018
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    "custom shims" -- hmm... I wonder how many off the shelf parts were in the original?
    I'm guessing... not many.
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 20,568
    edited January 2018
    Similar to many of us (I expect), I have a flashbulb memory of the Challenger explosion. My wife called me on the phone (I was in grad school, in the lab) and told me about it moments after it happened.

    I have a similar flashbulb memory of the Columbia break-up. We'd just gotten out of a School Board budget meeting (I was on the board in our old town in MA in those days). I got in the car to drive home, and heard on the radio that they'd lost contact with the Columbia during its descent. It wasn't too long before we all saw video of it disintegrating.

    :(

    Interesting space shuttle aside. Our daughter's father-in-law (or our son-in-law's father, if you prefer) flew as payload specialist on a space shuttle mission in the late 1990s -- aboard the Columbia.
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    I started out with nothing and have most of it left.
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 7,135
    Viking64 wrote: »
    Tony M wrote: »
    I just have a family member that told me in person his feelings about seeing that accidental tragedy. I'm not DEEPLY offended at all. Just at the people who thought that cover is clever when they made it. Warped sense of humor in my mind, that's all!

    Is that a real album cover? It looks to be.

    Yes, it is a real album cover. Although I don't think it sold too many copies. :p

    Hmmm, I'm not sure how the first part of your post is different from the second part of your post. :D

    Will you elaborate on the similarities?

    I don't see any after reading it over.

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  • Viking64Viking64 Posts: 3,730
    Tony M wrote: »
    Will you elaborate on the similarities?

    I don't see any after reading it over.

    Let's just say that you and whomever you were referring to seem to be "on the same side of the fence" as to whether it was funny or offensive. Remember, your first comment was "That's just wrong".

    So maybe you could explain what you meant by saying it was wrong? Was it inaccurate? Inappropriate? Immoral? Objectionable? In poor taste? Not funny? Ignorant? Insensitive?
  • FestYboyFestYboy Posts: 3,253
    Viking64 wrote: »
    It inspired this awesome album cover!

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    Let's rephrase this... The above picture is in poor taste.
  • verbverb Posts: 4,793
    FestYboy wrote: »
    Viking64 wrote: »
    It inspired this awesome album cover!

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    Let's rephrase this... The above picture is in poor taste.

    Never heard of Feederz before but in looking em up they’re a bunch of anarchists. Typical from the punk rock genre at that time. Exploitive? Sure. Attention getting? Sure. Based on their sales it didn’t work out so good for them. But all that is history. Hard to get affected by a marketing strategy that failed so long ago.
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  • Tony MTony M Posts: 7,135
    edited January 2018
    Viking64 wrote: »
    Tony M wrote: »
    Will you elaborate on the similarities?

    I don't see any after reading it over.

    Let's just say that you and whomever you were referring to seem to be "on the same side of the fence" as to whether it was funny or offensive. Remember, your first comment was "That's just wrong".

    So maybe you could explain what you meant by saying it was wrong? Was it inaccurate? Inappropriate? Immoral? Objectionable? In poor taste? Not funny? Ignorant? Insensitive?

    A family member who was almost underneath it is a whomever? Come on.
    He has a BAD memory of the event, I don't. My brother is 6'2" and 225lbs. and he was shaken. He might be oversensitive because he sent a guy to the hospital for trying to repeatedly take his Dorito bag at a party. People were concerned the guy might not live, but he did.
    We're not really SUPER sensitive but are on the same side as far as this goes, we see the album cover as a DISASTER and a loss of LIVES.

    You think the cover is Awesome. :#

    You seem to see a person's ( Teacher ) or people's ( The other Astronauts, of which I wanted to aspire to be when I was a kid, so much so, my dad brought me a model of one of the first manned rockets while I healed in the hospital after an operation ) death/s as insignificant and you actually applaud an event for an awsome ( your own word ) tasteless chance to post a play on words on an album cover concerning the death of a teacher.

    I don't like the Cover, but I didn't see it live, nor do I have a relative that died in that moment the picture was taken.
    So I'm not as sensitive as those that did have a relative die in it or witnessed it live.

    But I find the deaths of people sad unless the people who die committed a murder or other cruel action/s themselves by intentional actions and are therefore executed or shot by police.
    War is whole different debate.

    I guess if we drove by an accident and saw death, we'd see a different opinion of the scene and have obvious different feelings about the deceased.

    Let's leave it at that, OK? ;)
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  • Viking64Viking64 Posts: 3,730
    I used the word "whomever" because you were somewhat vague as to who it was, which is fine.

    "I just have a family member that told me in person his feelings about seeing that accidental tragedy." Let's face it, that was a poorly constructed sentence and it didn't convey what you apparently intended. That's fine too.

    You read WAY TOO MUCH into all of this. Let's leave it at THAT instead.

  • verbverb Posts: 4,793
    Intermission.
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  • Tony MTony M Posts: 7,135
    edited January 2018
    verb wrote: »
    Tony M wrote: »
    My brother went to the viewing area that day. He has that terrible memory of seeing it live in person. That was a bad thing that NASA let the world view it live also on every TV. Schools were letting all students watch it too.

    I know it was a huge shock, but this special just on TV the other night had a man that said he recommended to them NOT to launch. The higher-ups ignored his request!

    Just a simple o-ring!!! Interesting the new design has features that detect leaks, unlike the previous one.
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    This copy has my post in the show previous quotes. I copied the wrong post but..anyway, it's there about my Brother. This was the second response to your pic. of that album cover. You must have forgot or didn't read it fully as many people don't seem to do anymore.

    I'm good now. ;)
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  • verbverb Posts: 4,793
    I did read the entire post @tonyb about your brother and I'm with ya. I too was touched after this event. I remember President Reagan's speech afterwards, it will always be with me. I was studying to be an aerospace engineer at the time so it hit me even more.

    I know that @Viking64 meant no offense. He's got a great sense of humor and I like reading his posts. I also know he can take it as he surely dishes it out!

    I'm happy that you're good, I do appreciate your comments on CP!
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  • verbverb Posts: 4,793
    And yes, who else but Drew Barrymore for a little time out!
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  • Tony MTony M Posts: 7,135
    edited January 2018
    Thanks, @verb.

    I started to get @Viking64's sense of humor after a couple of posts. I saw he really meant no harm. So I relaxed.

    It was almost POPCORN time again. :p

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  • verbverb Posts: 4,793
    We love you @Tony M !
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  • Tony MTony M Posts: 7,135
    :D B)
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  • vcwatkinsvcwatkins Posts: 1,846
    edited February 2018
    I SUCK at the whole video thing, but I went ahead and put three snippets from the Sunshine Music Fest on Youtube. It was very cold, but the music and bourbon were excellent.

    Medeski Martin & Wood


    Tedeschi Trucks Band


    TTB w/ Jorma & Jack

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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 20,568
    Just heard this tonight on VPR's All the Traditions -- thought it was hysterical. YMMV, though, of course :|

  • Tony MTony M Posts: 7,135
    edited February 2018
    That was Awesome Scientific logical implementation on designing and playing a particular vinyl record recording at its finest! They might be on to something! That's thinking out of the box!
    This "Calvin and Hobbs" cartoon immediately came to my mind!

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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 20,568
    ^^^ and that cartoon explains the root of "inner groove distortion" :)
  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 5,652
    Reminds me of DJing with strictly vinyl when I was first starting. When you're mixing out the first track into the other and beatmatching, the BPM on the outgoing track increases slightly as the needle is reaching the grooves closer to the label, so you have to account for that and accommodate with subtle pitch adjustment sometimes. :)
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  • verbverb Posts: 4,793
    edited February 2018
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    ^^^ and that cartoon explains the root of "inner groove distortion" :)

    Clipdat wrote: »
    Reminds me of DJing with strictly vinyl when I was first starting. When you're mixing out the first track into the other and beatmatching, the BPM on the outgoing track increases slightly as the needle is reaching the grooves closer to the label, so you have to account for that and accommodate with subtle pitch adjustment sometimes. :)

    Interesting subject for a TT neophyte. Makes sense as the linear velocity would double along the inner grooves since the radius is halved, at constant rpm.

    How do TT's compensate for this (auto pitch)? Or do the actual records (recording speed) varies?

    Just throwing some thoughts out there, cause I'm intrigued.



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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 20,568
    Since the record cutting lathe and the playback turntable spin at the same angular velocity, it all comes out in the wash, so to speak. The change in linear velocity, however and the decreasing radius of curvature put extreme demands on the tracking system towards the end of the record side... and that's the (not at all uncommon) audible consequence.



  • verbverb Posts: 4,793
    Ahhh, makes sense. Thanks doc. Playback process emulates the manufacturing process.

    To the other point of tracking, interesting that the tonearm pivot seems to be placed at varying distances (perpendicular radii) from the platter center. Is there a sweet spot for the tonearm pivot? Mass aside, seems like tonearm length is also a factor.

    Geometrically I would think there is an optimized location.
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  • Tony MTony M Posts: 7,135
    If they told us how it works, they'd have to k**l us. :( :#
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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 20,568
    verb wrote: »
    Ahhh, makes sense. Thanks doc. Playback process emulates the manufacturing process.

    To the other point of tracking, interesting that the tonearm pivot seems to be placed at varying distances (perpendicular radii) from the platter center. Is there a sweet spot for the tonearm pivot? Mass aside, seems like tonearm length is also a factor.

    Geometrically I would think there is an optimized location.


    You are correct in principle -- in practice, there is an alignment process to get the stylus as tangent as possible to the groove across as much of the playing surface of the record as possible.

    Since with a swingin' arm this represents a compromise (there will always be tracking error in terms of tangency, except at one, or more likely two points across the record's surface) - there are multiple "standards" (i.e., no standard ;) ) and the different alignment strategies/schemes are debated and defended with religious fervor by the vinylista.

    So it goes.

    You can get alignment protractors ranging from internet downloads to expensive store-bought gizmos.

    Have you spent some quality time at www.vinylengine.com or Steve Hoffman's forums, e.g.? Fun to be had, boy howdy :)

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