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in these times of atomic catastrophes, these times of political instability and poverty, I am asking myself: Is it really in the sense of our ecological balance that I am working in the big-ass live sound industry?
As much as I love it and have worked hard for it to succeed and finally got my first tour (if you remember my last post, I was...
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audiophilev:
Oh, don't get me wrong: I love my job!!! I wouldn't wanna change it for anything in the world but it's something people should think about. Well, there's already some companies trying to go green so it's in the making but certain ones aren't really a big fan of it.
Of course that's what it boils down to: power= clarity, however, they've done it before and if you reduce certain power of certain links in the signal chain, then you should be able to go at least greener than we're now. Am onto it ;-)
And I mean, it's nothing wrong with switching to a better energy provider at home which in the case of the French will be rather interesting case but people can try, right?
prmfff:

mixed an awesome post punk band yesterday: FINAL STORY. Show ROCKED!


Cool.
Du kannst ja mal bescheid sagen, wenn was gutes kommt. smile

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It's been nearly nine months since I've been back in europe to pursue and forward my career in sound engineering and, even though I love it, it happens to be a rocky road:
There's neither anything romantic about a job like that (as many people would like to think), nor is it for the faint-hearted; it's a rock-hard, working-your-butt-off job, where...
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Here's some thoughts on politics and current situations I'd like to share with you:

In these days, I think people have grown way too comfortable.
I am admitting myself, that I'm less concerned about the hurt and anger of the world-population then I used to be. Or have I just grown numb? Like most other people? That thought really threatens me, and...
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prmfff:
Die Frage wie sie es schaffen ist wirklich gut. Vielleicht sollten wir einfach ein bisschen Vertrauen in die Menschen gytens haben?!

Die Moslem-Brderschaft soll angeblich so um die 30% der Stimmen bei Wahlen bekommen. Das kennt man doch eigentlich auch aus der Schweiz. biggrin
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...now, here I am, finally on suicide girls. I've known this site for quite a bit but with changing my career and having to pay school fees in Australia where I used to live, I was charged quite a large amount and it was impossible to even spare a few bucks a month in order to get on here.
But finally, after a lot...
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prmfff:
Hallo neue Freundin smile
audiophilev:
Halli hallo :-)