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  1. I'm told the components are hand made in France than shipped to Montreal for assembly, by hand. Nothing but the best in front of the illustrious company here on AS of course Marc-Antoine Charpentier: Grand Motet sur le Psaume 70 In te Domine speravi H. 228 Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal, Christopher Jackson
  2. Yes! 😝 Thank you very much. Umm... This seems to be a even cooler wipe out, JapaneseStyle(.com):
  3. Haendel: Hercules Les Arts Florissants, William Christie, et al.
  4. That's very generous. Thank! Don't really need an entire hand though. Just one finger is enough for my normal usage. Would greatly appreciate if you have one of those.
  5. Paganini: Caprice No. 21 in A major: Amoroso - Presto James Ehnes
  6. Friedrich Hermann: Capriccio for 3 violins, Op. 5 Mayumi Kanagawa, Niek Baar, Jiyoon Lee
  7. I don't have any strong urge to get a new car any time soon. But the RX-9 is on my watch list of upcoming cars. Heck, it's the only thing on my watch list now. Speaking of sound system, Bimmers are highly frowned upon in my circle but I can make an exception for The Pig: Since exhaust comes mostly through the audio system, there is finally reason for having car stereo... Actually Visual and G-Forces are the only primary car control cues in the Perfect Control book. Everything else like tire noise and steering forces are way down on the cues hierarchy. Steering wheel force feedback on or off makes very little difference to the best sim racers, for example. And of Visual and G-Force, they contain the same information but only the former can standalone: excellent sim racers can turn almost perfect laps with visuals alone. So in theory YouTube would be able to provide you with all the info you need, if you know where to look.
  8. There is currently a red Scion FR-S with prancing horse decal in the used lot of a local Toyota dealer: The asking price is less than the carbon fiber drink holder option on the Ferrari F12 if I'm not mistaken. One heck of a motorized drink holder, with feisty Chihuahua attitude. Awesome 👍
  9. Seems a little backwards to me. In a great performance, live or reproduced, the music's so good the sound disappears. Laozi called this 大音希聲 in Tao Te Ching so it's been known for more than 2,000 years. Old guard idea that's better off purged now I suppose?
  10. Maybe my message wasn't clear enough either: People on the net could be quite narrow and stubborn. I hope your newfound clarity would be kept up for a good while...
  11. Chris, you've probably way underestimated the showoff freaks. Cleverest of them can take advantage of both gear and music at the same time. Look at this guy: https://youtu.be/pd1JYxBZS3s Worst, he's into heavy photo gear and blasts around in Ferraris ← yes 's', mid *and* front engine. whatsbestforum.com is packed with freaks like that. As a service to the people, could you open a subforum here so we can rat these guys out? Then we can bring full force of the AS brigade to bear and shame them off the 'net
  12. George Frideric Handel: Scipione - Overture Les Talens Lyriques, Christophe Rousset
  13. Scarlatti: Toccata d’ottava stesa (Preludio Presto), Adagio (Cantabile ed appoggiato), Presto, Fuga, Adagio (Cantabile ed appoggiato), Follia en ré mineur Alexander Weimann
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