Someone has to be the one to say "okay the night is over" and as low of a feeling that can come attached to it I get, punctuating each night gives each night a context in time, compartmentalizes it into a unit that can be reflected upon in whole
Subconsciously I plead "there can't be a tomorrow if the night never ends". But we all know it doesn't work that way.
financial help request, boosts appreciated
as you may or may not know, my boyfriend got fucked over by the state of washington, who granted him unemployment benefits for months and now suddenly denied them all RETROACTIVELY, putting him in 10k of debt while unemployed in the worst job crisis of modern history
so right now he has no income but needs to pay rent, food AND a big bill from the state every single month
please PLEASE help and boost if you can!! and my sincere deepest thanks if you do..
his ko-fi for rent and food:
his gofundme for the bullshit state debt:
I am experiencing a strange kind of tempo vertigo with this remix I'm working on. I'm doing a remix at 110 BPM, the original material is 100, but THOSE two feel like the same tempo, yet when I time-compress the original material to 110, it feels noticeably faster than mine. Wtf?
I have done a lot of remixes over the years and I have not experienced it to this extent before. It's only strange because of how incongruent this is in my head.
Reminder that FedEx "SmartPost" and UPS "Mail Innovations" are private companies using the ubiquitous delivery of the United States Post Office for handling their last-mile deliveries.
In other words, it's not cost-effective enough for them to send a truck to deliver your package so their "Smart" and "Innovative" way of handling this is to make it the post office's problem.
Whenever someone says that the Post Office isn't efficient please remind them of these "Smart" "Innovations"
That's twelve 8K wallpapers rendered for $10+ subscribers. One a month starting in 2021. ~500MB of PNGs. Boosts appreciated! https://www.patreon.com/kyefox
(Hey, it's fun to embellish and play up, okay? It's a fun little thing that belongs to those of us who got into audio production in the early 2000s.)
Some blame him for Syntrillium's eventual absorption into Adobe - where Cool Edit was rebadged "Audition." A pariah among Good Consumers, a convenient scapegoat for whatever befell the company. Others label him brave, the bearer of significant risk, a legend that provided.
Who was he? He was us. We told the system we were Peter Quistgard. We told the system we were Marco Hardmeier.
Shout out to Peter Quistgard - if you know this name, you know what for - the man is probably unaware of just how many careers his software registration key kicked off.
If you don't know this name, it was paired with a serial number for Cool Edit Pro by Syntrillium way back when. It was met with a mixture of praise and disdain, between which the balance differed depending on the community you were talking about.
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