So for my wife's birthday I decided to give a different gift, it was inspired in one of my oldest memories, the final result is stunning, just like her. My commission required someone experienced in point of view and Awan's painting of Ai Hayasaka really sold me his talent. I often say that the best … Continue reading Awan0918 painting.
One of the most humiliating memories I have from my childhood was being bullied by a group of other kids, they disliked me because I was bigger than them. Also, being raised in a kind home made me a really peaceful child and easily bullied.Thus in a park near my home, they pushed my pants … Continue reading Fight bullies.
Life can be funny, when I was 18 I remember going to my local watchmaker so I could get my left ear pierced, in the Portuguese interior villages watchmakers, not only repair watches, they also sell jewelry, so they need to know how to pierce ears if they want to have future clients. The master … Continue reading A tale of an earring.
Jason belongs to the selected group of reviewers I recommend to audiophile newbies. His youtube channel is full of great reviews that I use as reference when I need to recommend headphones to friends and acquaintances.Audiophiles aren't just classical and jazz fans, you got a lot of people into other styles also, and Jason is … Continue reading Audio Enthusiasts – Jason aka metal571
First of all, I'm blessed by luck and most artists who have done commission work for me remain really nice acquaintances, this means they are the first ones I go to if I need something, even if sometimes they are not the cheapest.I like them, they like me, there's mutual trust, and trust is very … Continue reading Commissions and the mistakes done by artists and clients.
I'm going to be sincere, I don't know when I started following Ross's blog, but lets say probably when I still had my old Tumblr blog. That was a long time ago, believe me. Ross makes a podcast that I recommend. Podcasters are a rare bread of people with the gift of communication and a … Continue reading Audio Enthusiasts – Ross Andrews.
I've been a bit busy these days, so I want to give you all an idea of what I've been doing since the start of the year. Well, I'm reaching out to some reviewers and acquaintances so I can have a bit more audio enthusiast interviews on the blog. I'll probably stop doing interviews very … Continue reading March update.
It's no secret that I enjoy romantic stuff, but I really dislike anything which has too much cliche attached. So, I'm happy to say, that both the manga and the anime of "Kaguya-Sama: Love is war" won't disappoint in that regard, being a romantic comedy that will make you cheer the inability of the main … Continue reading Kaguya-sama: Love is war.
I have been following Alex Rowe reviews for a while now, he's one of the most accessible reviewers that I know of on our hobby, and has true technical know-how on both critical writing and audio production.If you are into headphones I really recommend a visit to his site worldbolding.com. Also, he's a fellow Beyerdynamic/SoundBlaster … Continue reading Audio Enthusiasts – Alex Rowe.
I enjoy talking about a lot of things with Mo, he's a headphone enthusiast I relate to because we share the love for anime (which includes some very well-endowed female characters) and games. I highly value his opinion on a lot of subjects, and I will go to great lengths to hear his recommended headphones.A … Continue reading Audio Enthusiasts – Mo.
I enjoy a good love song, my wife often jokes about my rather unusual love for Italian and Spanish romantic songs because she hates them, but then I also enjoy songs about sex, drugs, and rock and roll. Hard to explain? Well, not really. I was raised with my older sister who loved romantic songs, … Continue reading From romantic music to soundtracks, some thoughts.
A visit to the doctor. I'm fat, to put it bluntly, I'm obese and I was always like this since I was a little kid. I blame it mainly on myself, my life choices, my old civil construction job and to a lack of diet education, because yes, one should learn how to navigate around … Continue reading Adjusting my lifestyle.
For most people changing their internet browser is almost a daily thing, after all, many of us use different browsers depending on our daily tasks.At work, I use Internet Explorer and Chrome, on my smartphone and Linux desktop I depended mostly on Chrome. Given the fact I depend a lot on the Google ecosystem it's … Continue reading I’m changing my main internet browser.
I really like the Sony MH750/755 models which were first praised by Crinacle on Head-Fi, so much that I bought from different shops just to find out there are a lot of turds fakes floating around these days. Crinacle wasn't kidding, so beware of fakes. It wasn't a truly altruistic endeavour, I just want to … Continue reading How to spot a fake Sony MH750 / 755.
end·game | \ ˈen(d)-ˌgām \Definition of endgame: the stage of a chess game after major reduction of forcesalso: the final stage of some action or processSource: http://www.merriam-webster.com There was a time I naively considered my headphone endgame to be the Beyerdynamic DT-880 and to be very sincere, if not a bit romantic, these venerable cans … Continue reading The headphone endgame is a lie.