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I have the original white paper explaining the principal. To large to share, I can email to you. The one thing it does not address is the room acoustics and the first reflections.
Well same invite as last year, come on up to AXPONA 2019, April 12-14th. We can debate about who's speakers made the cut and who's speaker belongs in the dung heap. I'll buy you dinner at Chicago Prime:Italian a place I really liked last year.
Hi Franklin, any chance I can get you to come to AXPONA 2018? I know the listening experience in a hotel room sucks, but I like the atmosphere. All that hifi eye candy and audio nerds, no to mention weird, or just plain crappy equipment with over the top marketing.
PaulyT, regarding your facebook post. What can we do, to get you back in the grove of music?
Hi Flint, I know you lost a bunch of weight not long ago. Any advice you can give me. One of my problems is eating too many calories after I get off work between 6-8pm.
I lost weight by getting so overworked and stressed out that I had what I consider to be a complete nervous breakdown. While it was nice to have lost the weight, I don't recommend it.
For me, I currently do not eat anything sweet or snacky. I drink Soylent for two of my meals most days, and for dinner I make vegetables and whatever protein I am in the mood for. Since I like to drink alcohol, I avoid carbs and sugars like the plague.
I would also add, I no longer finish most of my meals. I have trained myself to accept that it is okay to throw away perfectly good food. When I am no longer starving, I stop - no matter what it is.