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36 minutes ago, Peter - IK Multimedia said:

Modena is known more for balsamic

Love me some balsamic!

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Just took a small break from this thread to give some of my new IK software a try!

ARC 3: Was able to easily create a profile using my USB UMIK-1 calibration mic. I played my latest mix through it and it is very different than without it, in a good way. My bedroom studio is ok, but not ideal. I have some acoustic panelling but no bass trap. ARC tamed the bass very well!

Lurssen Mastering Console: Probably the easiest way to master and sounds great! To be able to automate changes like adding more push in chorus is very cool.

Comment to IK: In the next version of Lurssen, think about a way to add ARC, for those that have it, to the standalone version. These two should be able to go together somehow!

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18 minutes ago, abacab said:

Love me some balsamic!

You guys are thinking WAY to small. Modena is just down the road from Maranello! IE….a free Ferrari  give-away would absolutely  be in order!😎 As a consolation prize I would suggest a nice bowl of tortellini. Best bowl I’ve ever had was just outside of Modena:)

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33 minutes ago, Fleer said:

Yeah, tortellini beat tortelloni anytime.

 

Mmmm I just ordered a bunch of panna da cucina because we don't have any real Italian markets nearby, and can't wait to have it with tortellini.  Simple, too:  cook quality tortellini, drain, add panna da cucina over the pasta, some pepper, toss it around gently a bit, grate a metric ton of parm or romano to taste over it and enjoy. 

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Man, I’ve been lusting after some cacio e pepe for so long now. Just came back from a week in (an almost empty) Venice and couldn’t find it anywhere. Time to revisit Lazio, me thinks. 

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11 minutes ago, Fleer said:

Man, I’ve been lusting after some cacio e pepe for so long now. Just came back from a week in (an almost empty) Venice and couldn’t find it anywhere. Time to revisit Lazio, me thinks. 

It's the way to go.  As an Italian-American I know that some of us dishonor our ancestors with the "go big or go home" (and/or completely bastardized) versions of their classic cuisine and I am absolutely guilty of that but I enjoy a minimalist approach like a cacio e pepe quite a bit.  Same with pizza... yes, I enjoy many different kinds (except Chicago style, sorry to offend but in my opinion those are not good) but I am proud that my daughter tends to prefer a basic Margherita pizza more than any other kind.  This kid from Joisey enjoys NY style a bit too much (and can only get "kinda close" here but still not nearly perfect... don't start me on the topic of bagels) even if we had to put a napkin on top to sop up the grease.

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2 hours ago, LAGinz said:

 

55 minutes ago, Peter - IK Multimedia said:

It's the way to go.  As an Italian-American I know that some of us dishonor our ancestors with the "go big or go home" (and/or completely bastardized) versions of their classic cuisine and I am absolutely guilty of that but I enjoy a minimalist approach like a cacio e pepe quite a bit.  Same with pizza... yes, I enjoy many different kinds (except Chicago style, sorry to offend but in my opinion those are not good) but I am proud that my daughter tends to prefer a basic Margherita pizza more than any other kind.  This kid from Joisey enjoys NY style a bit too much (and can only get "kinda close" here but still not nearly perfect... don't start me on the topic of bagels) even if we had to put a napkin on top to sop up the grease.

Thin crust Margherita is the holy grail😁

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3 minutes ago, dubdisciple said:

Did the prices change on some products? I could have swore arc 3 with mic was 149?

Make sure you're logged in.

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40 minutes ago, InstrEd said:

Just had a Lou Malnati's deep dish past Saturday 😋

🤮 Sorry I couldn't resist.  I respect your opinion about terrible pizza.  OK, that's the last one I promise.  Seriously, I respect your opinion especially when the pizza I like frequently has so much oil that we'd invade it if it weren't already in the U.S.

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1 hour ago, Peter - IK Multimedia said:
1 hour ago, Fleer said:

Man, I’ve been lusting after some cacio e pepe for so long now. Just came back from a week in (an almost empty) Venice and couldn’t find it anywhere. Time to revisit Lazio, me thinks. 

It's the way to go.  As an Italian-American I know that some of us dishonor our ancestors with the "go big or go home" (and/or completely bastardized) versions of their classic cuisine and I am absolutely guilty of that but I enjoy a minimalist approach like a cacio e pepe quite a bit.  Same with pizza... yes, I enjoy many different kinds (except Chicago style, sorry to offend but in my opinion those are not good) but I am proud that my daughter tends to prefer a basic Margherita pizza more than any other kind.  This kid from Joisey enjoys NY style a bit too much (and can only get "kinda close" here but still not nearly perfect... don't start me on the topic of bagels) even if we had to put a napkin on top to sop up the grease.

Are we still talking plugins, right? Cause I don't recall any buttons or knobs on my plugins here bearing any of such names, and I totally get it that ONE could be tempted to stray away from the topic but all I can read here is that no pizza is EQual so that would suggest that the last one I had, which was Saturated with X number of toppings and side dishes, wasn't the end of world and next time I should try a different type or just go over it and simply enjoy my De-essert.

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47 minutes ago, dubdisciple said:

Did the prices change on some products? I could have swore arc 3 with mic was 149?

Definitely make sure you are logged in as mentioned.  ARC 3 with microphone is 249.99 full / 149.99 crossgrade.

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10 minutes ago, Peter - IK Multimedia said:

Definitely make sure you are logged in as mentioned.  ARC 3 with microphone is 249.99 full / 149.99 crossgrade.

thanks.  didn't realize i was not logged in

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Twenty-four hours into September, it looks like the current pace is around 9 signups/hour, which would land right around 17 freebies if nothing changes*.

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* Everything changes. All the time.

(Plus, Peter may have something up his sleeve.)

(Besides pizza grease.)

(Aw, now I'm hungry. Booo.)

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3 hours ago, Fleer said:

Man, I’ve been lusting after some cacio e pepe for so long now. Just came back from a week in (an almost empty) Venice and couldn’t find it anywhere. Time to revisit Lazio, me thinks. 

Wait, you were visiting Venice Italy AND you were all over this forum during our rally to 10k?  I’m impressed…..I’m impressed your family didn’t disown you hahah

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