This mix contains one track with some profanity at around the 40 minute mark. (I forgot to give a warning in the vocal intro, sorry).
Retrieving the gold key in Mana Vemputin's clocktower. Map by Smilecythe, player is me. Video is clipped from my Twitch stream last night. Not shown is the 10 minutes spent figuring this out & practicing. I love movement puzzles in Quake.
Posting to celebrate another full notebook. #5, photographed and ready to be stored on the shelf.
This one contains show notes for MTT and personal notes covering 2020/09 thru 2022/07. Ran out of ballpoint pens halfway through, switched back to mechanical pencil. The pages alternate between mix notes and a diary, a log of daily events.
Always happy to fill a notebook.
This Is A Shout Going Out by Central Fire. Written by Courtney Nielsen, produced by Courtney Nielsen & DJ Spun (Jason Drummond). A2 sliced & spliced by Jim Hopkins. First released on Twitch Recordings in 1994, remastered and reissued by Mint Condition in 2022. Vinyl, 12", 33 RPM. Flac, 16bit/44.1khz, 161M. Tracklist and credits from the label artwork. Track durations, file size, bit depth, and bitrate are of my stored recordings of the 1994 vinyl.
Funk, electro, and a little bit of 2000s disco. A few long tracks in the first 20 minutes & some pretty loose mixing. Nothing new this time I'm afraid, just some good tunes.
This one's coming in a day late; I needed a break on Thursday.
The C* Music Player (AKA CMUS) is my preferred music player and library program. It's lightweight, highly configurable, and is controlled via the keyboard (all things I like). It works well with my directory structure and standardized tags. And it supports a wide variety of formats & seems to handle large collections well.
This short post will go over my CMUS configuration, including how I have it set up to edit tags from the library views. This is the final part of a three part series, the first part covered how I organize my music files and the second how I manage their tag metadata.