The Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings’ primary goal is the preservation, publication, and education of music awareness. It seeks to accomplish this through its vast catalog of recordings, currently 3000 albums and 43,000 tracks, as well as a national educational initiative. Please help a group of MBA students assist this non-profit record label with this short survey (approx. 2 min). We need your opinion to assist in the survival of this important music collection.
For months my current setup has been dead ... variety of reasons, primary was a loss of interest in "doing this stuff". Anyway, finally bit the bullet, fixed the actual fault that ceased operations - connection to a tweeter broke - and fired it up. As mentioned on the Music forum here, wasn't too bad on first listen; did a few rounds on albums until a key recording showed where I was at - this was https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/melos_quartett/the_string_quartets__melos_quartet_/.
We have a cheap, Aldi TV PVR here ... a 1TB drive being used inside. Unfortunately, the programming done to make it all work is dreadful, and it's extremely clumsy, and slow in operation. Over time more and more clips added, and it's been switched off at "the wrong time" so often that the poor thing is completely confused - the files are a mess, and the box finally became unusable to record, and play.
So, fixit time! Nothing inside just about; small power supply, drive, and circuit b
Completely unrelated to audio, was out and visited a local boutique chocolate emporium, in passing - "everything made in store" - and discovered Dark Chocolate Sorbet ... I'm hooked!! Amazing taste sensation, the ultimate chocolate hit for fanatics - it doesn't get better, I'd reckon: the intensity of the best chocolate, with the mouth feel of ice cream.
Now, to see if I can find a good recipe and do it myself ...