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Jul 2, 2017
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Look Twice. These are looking sweeter! The lower price, matched speakers, lacquer finish. The added cable is good for streaming my music. I'll add xlrs to my interface. Seriously considering as second set of monitors. I really like the individualized frequency chart with seral number. I think I would probably enjoy these and be able to get all my money back if I chose to upgrade.
Jul 2, 2017
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Hey isn't this Eve! I love them so much that I am thinking of grabbing a pair even though I have the Adam Artist 5/Sub7 combo. You can match them with their LSR310S sub and have a fantastic monitoring/recording/mastering system.
Jul 2, 2017
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Jul 2, 2017
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Yeah. Hi!Thats what I really want!
Jul 2, 2017
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You mean the Adams? If so better be ready for a sticker price shock, they're freakin expansive, I use them mainly for listening to music, they are that good but got to go back to monitoring/composing and they are too audiophile like. The AMT tweeters are pure heaven, once you move to those, it's hard to go back to normal tweeters.
Jul 2, 2017
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Jul 2, 2017
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Yeah,I better save my pennys. I've got to do more writing. Can't record what I dont have, although I really enjoy listening to good music with good equipment. You do get spoiled the higher end you go. No wonder we're starving.
Jul 2, 2017
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Just hang in there, you'll manage above all try to get them used, you'll be surprised what you can find if your patient enough. You may want to get the Adam A7X, now their mid-price gear, they don't need subs and they sound great, if you hunt around, you might be able to get one for 500$ each. Again, when you get into ribbon tweeters, they tend to be expensive. You may want to look at Emotiva ribbon tweeter monitors, they are way cheaper.
Jul 2, 2017
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Jul 2, 2017
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Very true. Hey, let me run this by you. I heard about different artists who stopped listening to music altogether for about a year and they said it helped them with their creativity. I dont know about you, but I've always got a tune in my head. I think it may be benificial as I might start making up my own diddys whenever, where ever, since instinctually I always have a song in my head. However, I think it might be quite difficult. But heck, nothing ventured, nothing gained. I bet when I did start listening to others music again, I would be in awe. What are your thoughts on that experiment?
Jul 2, 2017
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Jul 3, 2017
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It's an interesting experiment, a bit equivalent to someone taking a sabbatical year off work. I guess it clears your mind and might allow you to do things you would have not thought of if you did not take the time off. Not sure it works for everyone but if you can afford doing it then why not. Other experiments are performing in music styles you never thought of doing or studying other cultures' music, etc.. Anything that would take you out of your set routines.
Jul 3, 2017
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Jul 3, 2017
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I agree. I'm self taught, and recently have been learning proper classical guitar technique. Wow! When your used to doing something one way (muscle memory), and then trying to do it another. Can be frustrating. But, like anything, practice makes perfect, or easier anyway. Haha. Well, you have a nice evening. I was studying how to repair old tube radios. Picked up a couple at a junk place. Not too complicated. They have some nice old tubes. Chat with you later and thanks for the feedback . I enjoyed it.
Jul 3, 2017
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