RE: Computer chicken


Subject: RE: Computer chicken
From: Paul Beaudoin (paul.e.beaudoin@comcast.net)
Date: Thu Sep 29 2005 - 10:06:50 EDT


So, that explains why when I cook a chicken on the grill it takes like a
computer.

Paul Beaudoin, PhD

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-cec-conference@concordia.ca
[mailto:owner-cec-conference@concordia.ca] On Behalf Of Morgan Sutherland
Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2005 9:57 AM
To: cec-conference@concordia.ca
Subject: Re: Computer chicken

yes, what does digital chicken taste like? crunchy?

On 9/29/05, Matt Rogalsky <mrogalsky@wesleyan.edu> wrote:
> On 28 Sep 2005, at 23:37, Dominique Bassal wrote:
>
> > Some of us have dealt with squeaking base-drum pedals,
> > rushing-drummers-during-fills, out-of-tune string sections, Marshall
> > amps hum, worn-out Stratocaster cords, detuned Minimoogs and B3, tape
> > hiss, low headroom, unbalanced circuits, ground lifts, clipped grand
> > pianos, ratling flutes, pumping compressors, unpredictable side-chains
> > and un-settable thresholds on noise gates. And sibilances, popings,
> > thumps, feedback from the headphones, leaks from the other studios,
> > head cleaning, demagnetizing in the middle of a session, calibration
> > tapes, reference tones, cassette copies, bias, broken or worn out
> > tapes. Distorsion everywhere.
> >
>
> Wow, I would LOVE to hear this piece, can you tell me where I can get
> it??
>
> with smileys,
> mattr
>
>



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