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"moog" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So keep laughing. Keep learning, And as for keeping score that's always kind of a scratchy place. Let's not worry too much about that They have switched community orchestra. Oh, my goodness. Something about having a big bands and in a To get the juices running. We've had a few moments with the word scum. Moog will go first to Caroline. Thank you. Scam. Agc seems to be a Scandinavian word. It's an avalanche of stones and ice that falls into a fjord and to use it in a sentence. We'd better skedaddled. It's a school move. It is a avalanche of stones and ice that Ends up in a fjord and avalanche. A few earthbound avalanche York bound avalanches, a scum. Money? Well, actually, it's a description of a survival skill. It's a behavioral trait that an animal uses by folding its tail over its head when it's caught are trapped. Oh, yeah, A flexible animal like to see a deer do that. Yeah, Not so many years going. Scum moved, You know. So when Otto steals food off the counter, he goes into a scum. He goes into a ska mood where the tail goes over. It's a tale defense mechanism. Paula. Well, I agree with Caroline that it looks like it has some Scandinavian thing, but the car didn't tell me that it says it's just another way to say to scatter. That is what scum move means to scatter about. So when you get caught doing something wrong in a group you scam Moog pretty much okay to scatter a tail defense mechanism. And an avalanche into a fjord. Do you think folks I would say to begin with it. Any animal of it puts its tail on its head isn't isn't running from trouble It's asking for so I would hope that that is not a strategy. That's every used by any mammal. I know and That's not the right one. The vowel festival that that word is makes me think it's It's got to be a scandal. Yes, I would agree with you and heading to. Well, good a reason as any, don't you think for waiting for the number one? We're gonna We're gonna go. I think with Scandinavian rock slide. Carolyn. They think some sort of avalanche into a fjord know they're wrong. Oh, my God. Points wonderful was fairly nice. Someone else was telling the truth. Who might that have been? No one. You all left that movie..
The new richest person in the world
"Richest guy in the world and he's got a problem and he wants our help last week. Elon must tesla. Ceo became the world's richest person. Beating out amazon's jeff bezos for the title. At least for now and now that he's got more money than anyone else on the planet. Musk has a classic mo money moog problem problem trying to figure out how to get rid of some of that money here. Talking about that is rica. It's teddy schlieffer. Hey daddy hey. How's it going good. Let's let's talk about this very specific problem. That eland moscow has that only the world's richest person can have first of all. Let's discuss How rich elon musk is. What's his his wealth. As of today ish so as of today ash it's north of one hundred ninety billion dollars. It's been over two hundred billion dollars for Sometimes this week and it's largely because of this pretty extraordinary run for alonzo. Main company tesla which has seen its stock. Go up seven hundred percent in county or twenty twenty. So he's had an incredible year which has created this this weird phenomenon where late two thousand nineteen elon. Musk was somewhere around. The twenty billion dollars of net worth and suddenly he's a mere twenty million and suddenly his net worth has ten. Fold whatever whatever word you want to use for that And it's been a pretty extraordinary development. And now you had the situation where He's the wealthiest person in the world and it doesn't just mean there's going to be questions about philanthropy but kind of more broadly. I mean the richest person in the world tends to become almost as avatar for american capitalism. Right obviously people laugh who are upset about income inequality they take the richest person in the world which was once bill gates. And then it was. Jeff bezos now. It's going to be on. Musk and that person becomes a symbol for what's wrong with america and there is so a lot is now going to have this. Sort of new level of scrutiny. That he hasn't had up to date and must someone who has a lot of who generates a lot of attention Already people people love his cars. They love his company. They love paying attention to them. They love to hate him so it's not like he he's like wife lower But but it is a new level of scrutiny and this this level of wealth may not stick around right. It's historically stocks that go up seven hundred percent year don't always retain that level so he may go back to being a mere twenty billionaire at some point but for the for the meantime he's the richest person in the world so How much do you think he intends to give away so musk has said that he basically plans to get rid of all the money in some way or another i mean. He said that he wants to spend Half of his money on problems here on earth and half of his money on problems on outside of earth and specifically to develop a civilization on mars. Musk is obviously also the founder of spacex company. That's trying to do interplanetary spaceflight. But musk has also signed the giving pledge which is something that lots of billionaires have signed to give away at least half of their money either in their lifetimes earned their will but taking a step back. This was all when he was much poorer so to speak. I mean this was. This decade can described as poor when he was a millionaire poorer poorer. And look it's not We'll make light of this this problem but there is this age right now in american capitalism where there are extremely wealthy. People who are accumulating assets and they honestly. I don't really know what to do with it right. They almost become asset managers. Where you know they hire family offices that can get pretty big whose job it is is to basically keep the money from at least not depreciating And it does raise questions about. What should this money be doing. Because if it's just sitting there on some wealth management account you know obviously a lot of the reason why billionaires justify being billionaires is this belief that they're gonna do good with the world so don't tax us too highly. Yeah so let's let's let's talk about that. I mean you you've covered this Several times for recode basically the the billionaires have special problem which is difficult for them to give money away and one is explained pretty succinctly that unless they give a lot away. The money keeps accumulating just through sort of basic interest But and i mean it seems like you could solve that by giving more of it away and it seems like a lot of them are paralyzed about sort of not knowing the right way to put it to work and they end up sort of doing nothing yeah So so where do you think. Musk falls in that is is. He fancied himself. Sort of a you know contrarian Does he have a different plan than the average billionaire. Yeah i mean. I think in a lot of ways he at least has a point of view and claims that he is clear eyed about what he wants to do with it right. Lots of billionaires Succumb to what some people call analysis paralysis. The idea that like. I have no idea what to do with the money. So right i'm gonna do nothing and maybe figured out a musk. Obviously he's about fifty years old. And he's maniacally hard worker That's how he stylized himself so he said he basically doesn't have too much time to think about these things but as someone who signed the giving pledge at least in theory should be giving away a hundred billion dollars which would make it bigger than the gates foundation. This could be theoretically if he falls his philanthropic pledges in letter. At least this could be one of the world's most important philanthropies so like the stakes are pretty damn high.
"moog" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Rogue cop. Right is not as clever as robocop. Not as biting his robocop. But. It is very much a lot of Robo cop type humor in here. Future is being controlled by corporations do. You know the fake commercials. Put up and all that kind of stuff man. It's it's. It feels like they're doing that again. Until the Moog is stupid again and there's you know there's only. been doing so well. Yeah would that mean? Listen Ya does a Lotta shitty here that I like respect. We respect to you. Demolition Man I saw my head to respect for all. You would do it, but you got a lot of stupid shit in here, too in a lot of stupid shit that you gotTa do to get through all the smart stuff. Every time and it's almost like every tops. Loan comes while he just bring stupid with. Wanted a big action vehicle for him and another action star. And sure make it sci-fi that way. We can have lasers and shootouts, and do all kinds of cool. Whatever you guys right in there be fine and they got inspired. They wrote some smart satirical work is almost like he came back and said it's gotTa Have I. Still got to be done is almost like it was almost like the script stallone walked together, and the script was wearing a shirt. This is stupid. They don't give a fuck about some things that just don't mention it. Don't try to put it in the movie. Because comes a bad one of the things that John Spartan you didn't have to have. This giant spark could have been a bachelor man, but in the movie they talk about John Spartan head of family, Oh, and is so sad thing. I can tell you right now John Spartan. Don't give a fuck..
Travel to Asheville, North Carolina
"I'd like to welcome the show music journalist. Bill Kopp who come to talk to us about Asheville North Carolina Bill. Welcome to show. Thanks for having me on to treat. I've learned a lot listening to previous episodes well and I was telling bill before we started recording that I about a week ago had a trip plan to Ashville. That's gotten trumped by some other opportunities. That have come up. But why should someone plan a trip to Asheville? Ashville is really ECLECTIC and Funky. It's it has food. Music Arts Performing Arts something for everyone in Asheville in one of the things that it's really remarkable about it. Is that not a big city? It's got very humid scale. Outside of the day trip. Everything here is either walkable or a few minutes drive. And it's a lot more artistic and cosmopolitan than one might expect of a city nestled in the on the Blue Ridge. Mountains excellent. Well what are you gonNA recommend for us to do? When we come to Asheville North Carolina a one week itinerary for example. I would suggest three days downtown two days on the outskirts and then potentially two or three days worth of day trips because in an hour of here by car. Of course there's a quite a bit of things to see and do that are different from the experience of being in Asheville proper. We started as downtown. What are we going to do downtown? When you're downtown Nashville. My suggestion would be to take as much local color as possible. Try to do and see and do the things that make Ashfield. You need that means skipping stuff that you could do elsewhere like golf and chain restaurant Golfing. We obtain restaurants those great but experiencing those doesn't really play into the things that make Ashville different from any other place will and when you say downtown. I assume we're downtown there amidst the skyscrapers. Not Not really okay. I haven't actually counted but I would say the number of buildings we have their over ten stories. Kp More than a dozen skyscrapers definitely not. It's Not New York City when you're walking down the street and you're in a canyon with giant tall buildings on either side. You could actually walk from one end of downtown to the other assuming you don't stop and there's plenty of reasons to stop in about twenty minutes about a mile across at the most. And what are we doing? Big thing to do here is to park your car and get out and walk around. People Watch dig into our local history which includes figures like Oh henry quote unquote favorite son. Thomas Wolfe Robert moog pretty much the inventor of the Synthesizer Buckminster Fuller Scott Zelda Fitzgerald. All those people have significant parts of their history. Spent living working and creating Nashville. So there's all kinds of things connected with them. Asheville has more art deco architecture per capita than any American city except Miami which is a little unusual the reason it does is because the city was in such dire financial straits after the depression that for many many many years the city was mired in debt and couldn't afford to knock down the old buildings so when things improved. Those buildings were renovated and fix back up. Now we have all these beautiful old buildings that we otherwise have and that you are likely to find in another city our size opinion down to be a little more specific here so if I want to see some of the best of our DECA. Let's say where am I going to start walking? In what direction. GonNa head start at City Hall. Which looks like a wedding cake okay. It's an unusual looking building there. A couple of their buildings right around but it started there and that's pretty much on the east end of downtown and so from there block West towards the mountain manager in every direction Ashville. Is it about twenty two hundred feet above sea level but if you go in any direction where South East or west. You're going to get to mountains in a little bull. If you go west about forty five minutes you drop out of the mountains down into the the Piedmont you drop a good thousand feet elevation. So we're right on the edge of the out range but we are in a valley so we're surrounded by aunts and you say go and People Watch best place in Ashville for people watching a place called Pritchard Park. Which when I moved here twenty years ago was a bus terminal and now it's a city park a triangular park probably nowhere near acres quite small. But it's a great place to people watch. There are permanent. Chess sets set up for people to play on and on Friday nights. One of the most quintessential Ashville things of all the drum circle. I saw pictures of this. Okay good people from every walk of life. Young old doesn't matter what show up. Some of them are serious poly rhythmic percussionist. Others of the May have never hit a drum in their life before. And they all come together and beat the heck drums and it's a communal experience. And it's not one of these sort of things. Where if you walk up with tambourine or a drum that you've just bought or borrowed or something you're not gonna get dirty looks from the local saying who are you. It's a very open welcoming thing and it's like nothing else and it's loud but in a good way and when you say drum circle I. Emily think there's a little bit of a hippy. Culture left Nashville. Am I way off base here? There's more than a little bit. Yes ashville is unique in that. I've been here twenty years and I moved here from Atlanta Bailey because I really wanted to make a lifestyle change. I wanted to get out of the rat race. A little bit and my story is far from unique almost everyone. I know who is a transplant here? Maybe not most of the people but it's quite a few of the people they've moved here because of quality of life issues. They didn't move here because they for some corporation that transfer the here. There's not a lot of work here. It's not that kind of the city so it's very very laid back. It's very Bohemian. And there are a lot a lot a lot of seventy year old hippies. Okay well and you mentioned some of well known people who have lived in Nashville including I think he's mentioned Moga and Henry and Fitzgerald there. Zelda actually died in a fire here in Nashville isn't it? It's not a lovely story. Scott and Zelda spent a good bit of time here and Thomas Wolfe who look homeward angel in fact. His novels are about Ashville. They're classified is fiction but they're really nonfiction. You've changed the names and he pretty much got almost got run out of town because there was a little too much truth in them. Perhaps so yes. We're talking quite a number of years ago. Celebrated novelist and his greatest work is from here. Enough time has gone by all is forgiven. Thomas Wolf House downtown is a popular tourist attraction. I can relate. I grew up in John Steinbeck's hometown who is much more popular. Now that he's dead kept writing about all the wrong people the struggling and up and coming and not the right people so wasn't as popular as my impression in his time.
"moog" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Right. Walk on catcher. Well, he I I mean like his his, you know, recollected in memory for stuff is pretty it's pretty incredible. So I can't I can't compare it to his his his memory. That's that. That's for sure. So and we had I mean, he he knew it wasn't a surprise. Like what I would when I came. So to say, hey, through them, the first time, our mutual friend. Keith Marino at already, you know mentioned. Okay. That I that I work with the Marlins, etc. So yeah, all right. We've been talking today Moog about the ESPN dot com. Top one hundred players in in major league baseball before I get to what offends you about the list because I certainly is talked about I cannot believe Francisco indoors number eight. I cannot believe that JD Martinez in FREDDY Freeman are behind Bryce Harper. Those make no sense to me, and I'm gonna get yours in a second. But first tell me. This and you did not vote in this process. But if you had who would be number one for you, Mike, trout, or Mookie Betts, and you have to answer. Trout. I right now, he's still has he still has the belt. But it's it's close. And it's funny because when I looked at the list like, I am a huge Alex bregman fan. Okay. That's huge Alex bregman fan and the strides. He wants to be so great. And I think the thing that I loved watching was at the beginning of last year. He said to me, I said, well, what are you looking? You know, what are your goals offensively? And he said, I need some of that Joey Votto, four hundred OBT, and you look at you know, team teams in house have a stat that they like to use called swing decision. Basically, you know, where you making good choices in terms of the pitches that you're swinging the pitches, you're not swinging added that is one of the things that really sets fragment apart. But he's great at that. And he continues to get better and better. Okay. So full stop. But yeah, I mean, I I live in door. I think right now, you know, probably should be, you know, read or or in in that in that range. So I mean, it's it's it's picking out a little bit. And then the other part of it is I know JD Martinez only plays hitter. But absolutely should be ahead of Harper. And I I think you you make the case like saying here's one in a two day, and like Jose altuve Ahah lot is a player. I would say I'm I don't know whether he's gonna maintain high slug for the next few Seton seasons..
"moog" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Has another hit with instant families, sixty million forty eight million dollar Moog makes these movies looking. He's another one of those guys now that are just cranking out these family movies and be nice all of them are just even at all. Little profit. Yeah. None of them is going to a billion. But he you know, he he does. Well, Rex caches the paycheck for twenty or thirty million. Probably has a little bit in the back end of the movie makes one hundred hundred twenty million fire much. I'll take that to the doubt fantastic feasts the crimes of Griswold. You watch that stuff. Do you go with the kids all the fan? You can't maybe the actually like it. We we like that wife loves us up to it's not doing all that great one hundred fifty one million, but it costs two hundred million to make. So I don't know, you know, internationally. I'm surely do back. Yeah. I liked it. Because my was good. It was a little complex my wife. Kind of alot said. It's like insult good. I didn't I like are. They gonna do. They're scheduled to do five of them. But will they now because this is the second one, and it's not exactly lighting the world on fire. So I don't know if they will or not if they do it'll be. You're not get as much money. Yeah. Cheaper green book read it out the top ten then just outside the top ten is once upon a dead pool. That's the second deadpool just edited for PG thirteen so good. They wanted everybody able to see it. So they took out some of the see of made it are all the dead bull fans. Just a are amazed me they love the just love it. Have you seen this? I'm not a big fan of that pulled much. Oh, I mean, it's okay. My son loves, you know, of course. But it's just a. Yeah. That's kind of what? The nutcracker and the four realms was supposed to be a big release because it was one hundred twenty million dollar movie. And it was just kind of. And that's what it's only made fifty throw dollars so far who heard another huge floppy Christmas season. That's gotta hurt. God has hurt a lot. And that was done by isn't that Disney? Yes. Boina vista. Yeah. So Disney's had a couple that haven't exactly. Spiraled into massive box success that this tough those calls out of those some of those movies, they dump one hundred sixty million and make a billion. And then the next thing another go, well will will give you two hundred and fifty million and it makes hand. Yeah. He'll like what he Dylan. Yeah. I don't quite understand it myself. So I'm not predict it's really hard. 'cause some of these things you'd think like the JK rolling movie, you would think okay, that's going to be huge. Because all of them are Joe. And then it's kinda. All right. It's I. That's not enough for it is not is not good for two hundred million dollar movie. Do a little bit more than I do. Yes. Yes. And now you've got Netflix jumping into that realm as well. Oh, so now, you're gonna have Netflix movies that have a budget of two hundred million dollars and they go straight to net flicks. I mean the world is changing so quickly. So who knows what's going to happen with this stuff to movie theaters, especially, you know, they're they're they're trying to think of new ways that they can stay alive in the movie theaters because people have movie theaters at home. Now, you got Netflix and Amazon and they're both in the movie making race. And so eventually, I think people are just gonna stay home. I would love that helm. We've talked about this a bunch before, you know. But I'm I'm I would love to be able to purchase the new movie at my home, Yelm, Utah the price, and we've you know, you we can they little bit more we can discuss..
Indian soccer league's '16-year-old' star turns out to be almost 30 years old
"And is now putting it out there on our show Twitter account after our CBS garage, Mookie sixteen years old there is of course, an age requirement for this league and Moog at the time. Sixteen scoring his first ever goal in the Indian Super League fast forward, a couple of months reported by Fox Sports Asia, something that you probably could see with your own eyes. If you check out the picture on our show Twitter. He's not sixteen seventeen eighteen seventeen at all. He's not twenty one twenty two twenty three twenty four twenty five twenty six. The guy's twenty eight years old, and according to one report twenty nine so closer to thirty. Then he is to twenty how about that. Sixteen years old they accepted as his age, but he's at least twenty eight. And so here is this Indian soccer federation who accepts this, man. Because he's great at football. Forgetting the fact that he has extensive facial hair and doesn't look anything like a sixteen year old. You have got to check out the picture. So I'm not sure who is the sadder sap GRA Buki who's been outed. But for a while for two months, he had a nice run. Or is the sad sap the f- award. Is that something that needs to go to this Indian soccer federation he actually participated in one of the India's under sixteen national camps in two thousand fifteen okay? So three years ago when he was all at twenty five he participated in an under sixteen Indian camp. Anybody think to maybe check out his birth certificate his records medical records anything? I'm not kidding you. He looks nothing like a sixteen year old. Holy cow. You've got to I know that they're looking for a star. Okay. I get it. But this is ridiculous that escalated quickly from team phenom to near thirty year olds. Yeah. You wanna talk about escalated quickly? It's the opposite of the mysterious case of Benjamin button. Sad sap of the week won't wall. Just check it out. And let me know you think after hours CBS, it's also where you can post your questions for ask Amy anything thinks about your tuning into after hours here on CBS sports radio. Our phone number's eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two four two thousand seven Chris every now, and then we'll field some questions on the phones Facebook page is another option so you can use either of our social media accounts or the phones we'll do ask Amy an hour from now here on the hump show. Chris is listening in Pittsburgh on ninety three seven the fan. Chris. Hey holidays. Thank you. I just wanted to go over the quarterback situation for twenty eighteen we've had a lot of quarterbacks that have had some pretty mediocre play. And a lot of changes a quarterback. So what is your take on? Why collie capper Nick is still sitting was he really? Quarterback. I don't have take. I just have an opinion in my opinion is this when you sue all your potential employers generally that tends to limit your job opportunities. He's suing to disband the NFL's collective bargaining agreement. He wants to get rid of it. And if he
"moog" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Moog growed Olympia de NewsRadio nine seventy W F L A this stock market tanked this week despite good economic news. Otherwise that includes more jobs created though, fewer than expected this month university of central Florida economist, Sean Snaith calls the plus one hundred fifty five thousand a good number unemployment rate holding steady at an already extremely low level. Good to see. And then lastly, probably most important wage and salary growth remained at three point one percent Snaith things twenty eighteen we'll go down as a better year than Wall Street expected. A Polk County mother faces criminal charges after investigators say she coached her daughter to beat up another girl in Poinciana Polk County sheriff Grady Judd says Thirty-six-year-old Giselle Felix encouraged her sixteen year old daughter to stomp on the other girls head because the victim did not invite her daughter to a party. What are you thinking girl or you just nuts? You know, this turns out being relatively minor charges for your daughter. But if one of those stops had a caused her to die you and your daughter would be looking at felony murder charges right now. Judge says Felix sauce have recorded the fight on video Judd says Felix admitted driving her daughter to the victim's home. So they could fight the league of women voters urges the state board of education to ignore the incoming governors wishes and conduct a national search for Florida's next education. Commissioner the board will pick the next education boss, Ron Disentis who takes over the governor's mansion in about a month wants to board to pick. Former state house speaker Richard Corcoran, hardened supporter of charter schools for the job..
"moog" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Are others adobe. And what it is is a you open it up and then create track. How many he can create as many tracks as you want? And you. Assign an input to that track. Like over the one I got my guitar plugged into and the interface and hit record and play. Same any instrument? There's two kinds of tracks. Well, there are more than two kinds of tracks. But the two main kinda an audio track which is when you play a real guitar in. And it records it or a software track where it plays a software instrument. What I'm talking about? When I say software instrument. Let's take drums, for example, or synthesizer. Let's let's take the synthesizer for now. Software instrument you will you create new track. Choose software. Poof it opens up. Then you choose the software instrument you want software instrument is a program that either exists on the computer already on you. But I like a thing called artery as many v which is a software version of a mini mini Moog and actual Moog as the interface appearance of the Moog. And it has sounds like a Mook, and it has when you turn the knobs on it. Those knobs do the same thing as they would do on a real Moog synthesizer. So you open the Moog and you wanna play an actual keyboard? Okay. You have called keyboard controller is just a keyboard. That doesn't do anything except control. It's usually a USB play you plug it in the software sees it. And so you play the keyboard. And it activates the software just like you're playing the Moog where this keyboard? And so you can play your Pano hit record play in there. As far as drums since I'm talking teaching how to do this. You can do this seriously there a million Oriels, and it's you can have fun right away. Even if you're just playing the guitar and singing two tracks. Even if you just wanna play the piano into it. Now as far as drums go, let's face it. I'm not going to get a drum kit and learned to play drums. There are three way probably more than three ways a number of ways to have drums. You can just open a an audio track. And most of these programs will have samples. And you go to the drum samples there are other instruments, by the way that our samples are. Usually recall. Instruments recorded, and then converted to a file and they included for free. You can get drumbeats, for example, like a drum Abbar of a drum kit. You drag it into the track. Poof, it's there you can extend it, you can mess around with it and logic. They have a thing called drummer. Open drummer track. One. Yes, it's opened up and. It's. You can choose a drummer. There are a number of drummers like they got goofy names, there might be ten of them any you choose. It's just that she has a different style. It's just a different name for different style. It's like an icon for his and you choose the type of kit. California kept their a million types of kit kits. And you can also choose an affects sweet. Which they have names for like, it's got a lot of compression on it. So there are three choices you make the drummer in this in this little software drum thing called drummer, the style of the drummer kit and the effects on it. And it is kinda it's a Midi. Example of use of Midi and Midi is when an electronic it's like you play a keyboard into a track. It doesn't play piano, but it plays. The the software. Abbott? When you do that it makes a Mark. So every time you play it it plays a software again, this drummer track you open up the drummer that puts automatically some of this committee that controls and plays the drums, and you can mess around with that a lot and there are a million combination of kits and drum styles. And then on top of that you can do another track that drives in a loop stone one case, you have the Midi drums and another case the audio loops then you mess around with it. You can put okay, you can put the guitar panel to the left and put some effects on it. You can take the base put it in the middle and put some effects on it. It's good to have compression on drums because Trump's is a lot of energy and you wanna keep tight. So it doesn't interfere with other parts of the song. You can if you could tire piano, you play the piano in another tracking pendant to the left. Maybe make that a little louder and put a little put some river bond that one and then you want to sing you microphone microphones on a cord cord goes into your interface just like the guitar did open audio track. Choose just open one a sign out put two from the interface, which is your mic and record. Catch a headphones on the remember to turn the speakers off your headphones on when you turn on the microphone record. Because if you don't you'll get feedback. Your microphone the speakers. And the speakers will hear the microphone and it'll get this loop. So you need to use your headphones. And there you go. That's basically it. And you you massage it, you mess with it. And then you leave it alone for a while. And then you go back, and maybe sing some more or re saying or do parts over at a little bit take away a little bit and a little guitar here. Little sound effect. Their little little ramp up here volume little ramp down there. You can also steal other people's say drumbeats. You can if you have a song that has like a unexposed kick drum starts out. Maybe with the kick drum. You can take that one drum. And. Save that as an MP three, and it becomes a sample that you made the drumhead, and then you can put a little effect on it into entirely different drum hit so really not ripping anybody off anymore. It's a totally different thing. Now. And then you drag it in as maybe a a big kick drum sound that you use every once in a while. So you can you can customize it that way. You can work with other people. You can. Do everything but the guitar and then make that an MP three send it to somebody. And say, hey, play this and then record your guitar. By itself and send it to me that guitar trek. And I'll mix it in. That's what I did with my colleague kink neck. Joe you may remember remember king connect Joe. And there's a song that king that Joe's on that. We did together. It's an original song about you. Every once in a while. I think I should play. It is no problem with licensing rights because it's an original songs mine. It is a talk radio station. True. But it's almost kind of like a promo because it talks about you talks about. Dahlie in Quincy, it's a blue song. So it has sung about you guys. And all your problems. Dahlie in Quincy. She's got the bedbugs. Talks about Glen. He's got the blindness. I know he's. He's a visually impaired. But that doesn't sound good in blue song. And a blues song. He's got the blindness. And he who else is in it somebody. I remember from Fall River can't get any sleep. Pretty good too. I don't know the policy, I'm playing music. So I have to decide. Okay. Just do it. And as for. Apologize or do. I ask permission. Ask permission. They're going to say, no, I well. I don't know. Whatever. So that's how you make the music. That's what I'm gonna do this weekend. Out that was fun for you. I should break. Now. It's WBZ. What are you talking about? WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Roofing now and get a new roof from ninety nine dollars a month. WBZ of media speaks to straightforward. We have breaking news breaking news in order to stay smart. You..
"moog" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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Road and let it be And and then of course is the engineer for dark side of the moon and then goes on. To start the Alan Parsons project and that was all. Predicated on really I think on what George Martin. A lot of what George Martin did he was he saw a. Great producer could perhaps drive a whole album just like. You know the rise of the autour director, in in, Scorsese and Lucas and. Look as a, little early for Lucas but in some of the Peckinpah some of. The other. Autour directors who took total control of of a movie and brought in actors to do the parts as they wanted them. To not allowed. The actors to do it the way they wanted. It and that's really, why how the Allan Parsons got started so they all kind of connect together is cool that way All. Right so James is on a wildcard line in Greensboro. James yes sir hi doing good how about you tonight exit Oh yeah you. Guys I've got hurt? Anybody Thank you it's almost last topic. With music is one from. Nineteen seventy. 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Top, twenty albums, of all, time top twenty selling album in most album was from. The seventies well of course remember, too that that also speaks to the fact that. It's not it means not just great music but it's had a long time to, get played, so the fact, that the eagles greatest, hits once, more, topped thriller for Michael, Jackson which is you know eighties but still that the you know. The the eagles greatest hits I think now is, thirty, seven times platinum or some insane. Amount It's, really the, really good songs but there was one of my favorite eagles songs, on that, album it's just been around for a very very. Long time and if you're going to buy one eagles album. That's, why you're, gonna buy, so yeah but I do think I do I with. You I think this stuff is, great and I was just thinking about South Carolina. Earlier because I don't know a lot about I know a lot of genres I, don't know, about shag which, is a whole Carolina, coast thing, and, I hear people play, it from time to time where identify something as a shaggy record I just don't know very well All right so. Jim thank you for jumping in so we'll get to Jeff, and Matt, and Tom and Jeff and Brian whatever. Everybody else will get. Your lineup so hang in there Because. We'll do open. Lines for another half hour and then coming up tomorrow night if you. Wanna do coast. To coast live with George he's going to be performing in Asheville North Carolina don't. Miss that. Find out, more details of the website. Coast to coast AM dot com all the numbers you need, to hook, up to one of these lines next. On coast to coast Traffic and weather I heart radio Stein seventy WFL Train, traffic center powered by climate design moving along well on the interstate with no delays on two. 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"moog" Discussed on Security Now
"You do exactly the thing you need to do to fix it you don't need more stress you need moog soft a i ops artificial intelligence for it operations it it it's really kind of cool how they've used machine learning to look at all these alerts to start to pick figure out that oh when you get this alert this alert this alert it usually means this failed and sometimes it's something as stupid as yeah you're the date is mis configured on your server and that's why all the circuits of stopped working because they've all expired because your servers thinks is in nineteen o eight you wanna fix the date you don't want to worry about the other stuff the nice thing about luke soft ai ops is figures that out surfaces the actionable work items clusters all the events in situations you don't have to look at another alert or event ticket again you look at the situation and you solve it now here's the key and i think sometimes people hear me talk about this and say well i don't want to take over my job no no that's not the point at all makes mook soft ai ops was created by it professionals for it professionals to make you better at your job they've got your back they're here to make you a support hero noth not to replace you it's there you don't and by the way it's easy you don't have to create rules or filters or models it does it for you that's the i that's awesome and it works with all your existing tools it learns what's what are correlated what events correllated and start to package those up situations it lower the frequency and duration of repeat incidents so you can get back to what you're doing best we always mentioned this case study from hcl technologies because this is a perfect example there global it managed service provider if you're a managed service provider you're responsible for a lot of people's servers and backups and all that stuff and you that means you get even more alerts right they use moke soft ai ops as the event management layer within their ward winning dry ice platform and that lets them and their clients streamline.
"moog" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Hero using moog soft now sometimes being an it person means you're inundated with alerts and tickets in this it's like it's like alarms are going off and it's crazy and it makes it hard to be productive right it's stressful but this is why you wanna know about mook soft ai ops artificial intelligence for it operations is really machine learning that's really what i want to call it it reduces those it alerts and tickets by up to ninety percent you get rid of nine out of ten of them guaranteed only the actionable work items because what happens is it's a 'cascade something breaks that's the thing you have to fix but then there's all these alerts associated with it that just ended up being noise what you wanna do is close to those events in correlated they call them situations so you don't have to look at another alert or ticket ever again you just say oh this is what needs to be fixed everything will be better as developed for the enterprise requires no rules mook soft uses no filters or models to maintain integrates your existing tools it literally learns machine learning learns how to solve the problem it's pretty amazing moves off day i was has your back not here to replace you here to make you the hero using machine learning lower the frequency and duration repeat incidences incidents get back to what you do best we've mentioned before hcl technologies we have there on the website there's a ton of case studies hcl is a global it managed service provider they use mook soft ai ops as the event management layer in their dry ice.
"moog" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"It's good trying to figure out the lobster cadillac of cars yeah the cadillac cars the cadillac slushies i liked it putting a little watermelon getting into sangria territory though yeah sangria territory sweet it just lightened it up a little it's the cadillac slushy my friends by moving soft if you're in the it business you know how jangling it can get when all those alerts are going off and usually those alerts you know there's five from the same thing you get over and over again i know i know when every once in a while we'll get i just get a ton of alerts from which one is it i can't remember one of our one of our serve it probably i read this server we'll just go crazy hiroko once in a while do that to get five hundred alerts all at once and that's useless right it's like almost paralyzing because it's too much it's overkill mook soft knows how it is when you're when you're getting all those alerts tickets alerts lighten up your monitor like a christmas tree and you just can't be productive you just stressed out that's why that's why they've created moog soft ai ops no mere mortal can analyze all these alerts responded these tickets you need moog soft a ops it's an algorithm ick it ops platform that reduces your it alerts and tickets but by up to ninety nine percent now i know one way to do is turn them all up but no this does not do this.
"moog" Discussed on Security Now
"Into into something they call situations actionable work items and you get one ping instead of a thousand and it's something you can do something about right now so you could focus on tackling the stuff that matters and if you need an example just look at the dry ice platform from hcl technologies their global it managed service provider you can imagine you know manage service provider means you have many clients all of whom have their own alerts and noises and sounds they use mook soft ai ops and as the event management layer in their dry ice platform that that means clients can streamline operational workflows reduced time in the detects to correct life cycle of incident tickets they've actually seen a thirty three percent reduction in meantime to restore that's a third means they can support more customers with service quality while keeping operational costs low efficiency high and by the way it's good for the soul to feel better you'll be more effective with moog soft ai ops reduce your it alerts and tickets by up to ninety nine percent right now visit mook soft dot com and get a demo moog soft m o o g s o f t dot com see the cow it's mu like a cow but then he likes synthesizers to so as moog soft that calm and get a demo mook soft dot com we thank him so much for their support for making life more peaceful here in the in the in lake twitty kaka.
"moog" Discussed on Security Now
"It's time for security now steve gibson is here lots to talk about today including how not to do a gdp our privacy email a more information about a bank hack called back swap that might be in your memory and of course the dietz even some information not reported elsewhere on vpn filter why did the f b i tell us to reboot are routers this week it's all coming up next on security now casts you from people you trust is bandwidth for security now is provided by cachefly at c a c h e f l y dot com this is security now with steve gibson episode six hundred sixty five recorded tuesday may twenty ninth two thousand eighteen vpn filter security now is brought to you by duo security give anytime anywhere access to applications based on the trustworthiness of users devices with duo beyond the zero trust security platform sign up for a free trial at duo dot com and by moog soft reduce it alerts and tickets by up to ninety nine percent visit moog soft dot com to learn more and sign up for demo and by eeeeno you're intelligent assistant from capital one shop online without using your credit card number for your favourite merchants sites for more information visit capital one dot com slash eeeeno slash virtual numbers it's time for security the show we talk about your security and privacy online with this guy right here miss the king the king of security mr steve gibson hello steve the oh great to be with you again or six six five one episode shy of the big six six six which of course puts it exactly twothirds through the entire life of this podcast lot's we run out of we run out of digits at nine nine yeah so we're now.
"moog" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Bandwidth for this week in google is provided by cachefly c a c h e f l y dot com this is tweet this week at google episode four hundred fifty seven recorded wednesday may sixteenth twenty eighteen trouble at the cheese factory this week a google is brought to you by moog soft reduce it alerts and tickets up to ninety nine percent visit moog soft dot com to learn more sign up for a demo and by wordpress reach more customers when you build your business website at wordpresscom plans start at just four dollars a month get fifteen percent off any new plan purchase at wordpress dot com slash twig business twigg ladies gentlemen this week in google and we couldn't have more googly panel for today's show just waking up from a barbecue coma stacey higginbotham austin texas she had franklin's today she's so barbeque am you know if you're lucky you might see meat sweats later to if you want to you can just lie down on that pelosi's reformer behind you is that a name ember mug drinking out of right there no this is my just looks like the ember mug the one that is usb powered heat snow no that's totally different in it it's bigger no no i have one just like that yeah they'll make a they make a kind of more standard coffee mug as well what did you go for the brisket the ribs chicken and went for everything.
"moog" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"They say they sale says they received they experienced a thirty three percent reduction in meantime to restore which lets them support more customers with service quality while keeping opera app quoting while keep an operational costs low than efficiency high wouldn't you like to do that to you can with moog soft a ops a ops can reduce your lert s from an tickets by up to ninety nine percent right now but you still get the job done sexually a nice features besides what i've just talked about here's what you do go to move soft m double o g s o f t dot com and get a demo moog soft m o o g s o f t dot com and if you're the if you're the person receiving the alerts tell tell your boss tell your manager we need moves off plays moog soft dot com get a demo i think you'll agree it's what you're looking for back we go let's see if i can turn up the volume here for we're going to get peter bright in join tom warn don't skipped man i know i gave him one moment to get outta here he saw the light he just ran on god but peter brian i mean well if he just the lights are so bright peter bright from ars technica is here now we're talking about the three and a half hour keynote that these cats through earlier today and and what my brother.
"moog" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"It's just so nice to have breaking news on a sunday that i had to start with this story but we have a huge huge bit of news to talk about with amazon what are crazy week they had so let me take a quick break have leo tell you about one of our great sponsors and then we're gonna come back and ask will you be buying an amazon robot for your home excuse me i want to interrupt this fine program hello leo here in japan where i'm very calm and relaxed because i'm not being bugged by t alerts are sponsor today moog soft specializes in reducing it lers giving you just the alerts you need so there's an actionable thing you can do look at this wouldn't you love to be here relaxed enjoying scenery enjoying life it people know how it is when you get those alerts and those tickets and their lighten up your monitor like a christmas tree you're not being productive you just being stressed out only your mortal can analyze is all those alerts and respond all those tickets will good news you can immediately reduce the noise with moog soft m double o g s o f t mooks off day i mc soft ai apps is an algorithm it ops platform that reduces it alerts and tickets by up to ninety nine percent guaranteed imagine that doesn't mean you don't get those tickets doesn't mean you don't get the alerts but you get the ones that count books off say i opt platform integrates with all your existing it tools it's patented technology correlates events this is the the key into actionable work items they call them situations so you focus on the situation on tackling the stuff that matters instead of ping ping ping ping ping let me tell you about one company that uses mooks off day i op seiichi l technologies era global it manage service provider and they build mook soft ai ops into their event management layer right within their award winning drives platform what does that to a well it's helped its clients streamline operational workflows reduce.
"moog" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino
"But there is one group of people and actually two groups the conservatives in the 'libertarians and in that i'll include puts principle the republicans as well because i'll have those tendencies that are the only ones would a credible voice a your commercials are a jokey laughable go away you have no seat at this table at all the national debt you worried about the national debt now where were you were we need is you during obama and during the bush years and where were you then chokers i mean i really want to get into that but i saw that commercial before a commodity amac is is this is this a comedy apnea the democrats care about national the national debt give me a break go away beat it all right you know over the which really room my weekend this weekend i was i was in a particularly good moog satellite weekend than it's good for me what slow because i got a lot of travel and coming up at head we're going to be doing the big roadshows from this the dan bongino podcast s traveling studio so i got a lot of and this weekend was kind of slow so i was looking forward to a calm kinda relaxing weekend that was up in maryland that a fundraising event for friends of mine and i got back and i see this story break and on my gosh is going to rue my whole weekend because very few stories upset me like the tendency for liberals to want to boycott everything they disagree with and these absolute and the and the and the liberal imbecile brigade is always led always when it comes to boycotting by angelo corus sewn and the george soros crowd at media matters who i'm telling you i'm just a word to corporate america small business america anyone involved in business the quickest way to bankruptcy.
"moog" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"See the press juice more clearly biz another new imaging test cloud a cd cds bagged the icg ti sinti also nagged gdp disused slightly radioactive drug equality bbe injected into a raid the trace that that is to the best cases uh tested by a special it is still in its they infant stage of development but dvds used in some places they of course that of that method of fraud knows nasa's talent yachting highfrequency star andy moog the best at which again a show the density density of flood different parts of the best and that's how they identify that that of course there's the bush again and then near ct scan cd skied out of who navies computed tomography ebbed at the kindnesses uh outside of the ousted the best such esa lungs lee wrote born lymph norstedts scan create said three damage they picked out of the instead of the body with a speech spd yet if play machine your computer combined these images india detainees loss chanelle via that show abnormalities niece ganked can be used to measure the tumor size it contrast die may be injected into that patients rain to get a better be tailed off the pray it these seed of course said those to something called a distinct ct scan visit becks uh dan swept bush's withdrawn emission tomography eject the guy's got out said of the breast small amount of radioactive substance into the patients rain the sugar substances them taken up by the sellers that is the most n d because that actually dividing kansas has constantly divider member so because has assistant to use energy.