On Fri, 2011-06-10 at 14:04 +0200, Jörn Nettingsmeier wrote:
Yes, I tend to do music and not to do graphics for print media, so
- playing a single coil guitar, I suspect less electric smog by a
- more comfort, regarding to minimum space requirements, since I don't
have a studio anymore, just a divided room in a small flat
- the money from the last job was eaten by the RME HDSPe AIO + ADAT +
KORG nano + some other things I need, perhaps I've got a new job
tomorrow, perhaps until the year after next ;).
Not for me, but others should test if they are comfortable with the
colours, when they work for art print.
> the energy savings will very likely balance the cost within a year, plus
Correct, for me the cheapest display would be an advantage at the
moment, but I know lot of artists who dropped their displays and use
their old monitors again.
> when i was using crts, i found i also needed at least 85hz to be
To teach children how music instruments work, it might be nice to plug a
string on the concert guitar in front of a monitor. Doing this the
stroboscope is useful :).
Yes, IIRC I also need more than 75 Hz, because moving the head etc.
could cause sense of the flicker. 90 Hz are ok for me and perhaps 80 or
85 too, I don't know.
That reminds me of [avoid name-dropping for now and hopefully for the
future too, at least somebody who knows how to connect speakers] who
told me that he was at a party and a solo entertainer connected the left
and right speakers out-of-phase.
He walked along the danceflour and was shocked when at some point the
phasing hit him by blitz. I guess people who aren't experts guess that
such a blitz is caused by oregano or something similar.
PS: I'm living at the border to the Netherlands. Oregano soon will only
be sold to Dutchmen who are members of an Oregano-Club, otherwise even
Dutchmen needs to eat the Pizza without oregano.
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