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Tracklist for tonight's show:

and at aNONradio:

This one's pretty similar to the music I used to listen to, buy and DJ back when I was in high school. Which is a little embarrasing to think about.

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I will be live on aNONradio in ~30 minutes.

Going to mash together some old breakbeat and big beat stuff. I think I'm missing some important pieces of that style, so it might sound a bit scatterbrained. We'll see how it goes.

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MPV 0.26 has hit FreeBSD ports, just upgraded. A few observations:

dvdnav seems to be working much better.

Replaygain functionality has been restored (using the --replaygain-* set of options).

And... I get errors when using the OSS audio output driver under FreeBSD. "[ao/oss] Audio device returned broken buffer state" spammed continuously. The message can be suppressed with "--msg-level=ao/oss=fatal". I wonder what that's about...

Stanton SCS.4DJ Notes & Review

The SCS.4DJ is a "Digital DJ Mixstation" made by Stanton Magnetics. It's a little standalone workstation unit with a "Coldfire" ARM (ARM10TDMI?) board in it that runs Linux (2.6.14?) and a custom set of DJ software. The unit seems to have been engineered, both hardware and software, by a company called IVL Audio. The current equivalent product, functionality-wise, would be something like the Pioneer XDJ-RX.

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Tracklist for tonight's show:

and at aNONradio:

Content warning for this mix: it's probably not one for the kids. I don't think there's any swearing, but there's quite a bit of grunting & moaning (in the style of Kraftwerk's "Tour De France").

Was an OK mix. I could use more practice with these records.

"A million freaks, huh, that's all I need".

MTT No. 020 / A Million Freaks

MTT020 Spectrogram

Somewhat messily mixed west-coast electro this week.

There's quite a bit of grunting and moaning in this recording, and what sounds like sampled porn dialog in one song, so be advised this one probably isn't safe for the kids.

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I will be live on aNONradio in ~30 minutes. I've dug up my Egyptian Lover, Arabian Prince and Unknown DJ for tonight. I like to think of this as the "west coast electro" sound. Expect a lot of grunting.

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Went music shopping today... using my web browser.

Picked up digital copies of:

"Optical" by Nullptr
"Inspiring Memories" by Andrew Red Hand.
"Living In Unity" by Smith & Mighty.
"Pounding System" by Dub Syndicate.
"Liquid Earth" and "The Beckoning / Skyland" by Arcon 2.

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So I'm finally getting around to recording my 2x12" copy of "Vegas" by The Crystal Method. I look it up on discogs and see that the vinyl hasn't been reprinted since 1997. Look up at the price and... egads.

It's selling for about 10x what I paid for it.

I'm not sure if that's sellers on discogs being unreasonable, or if the record is really that scarce / desirable. Color me surprised in any case.