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2021.12.05 17:51 yonkiyonki Looking to study ambiantic music
Hey, any recommendations for musical pieces and resources for music sheets to start with in the more ambiantic genre?
Music like Eric Satie, Hania Rani, Olec Mun....
Arpeggiated music, repetitive and/or minimalistic, emphasis on the air between the notes, and soft but deep harmony..
I would really appreciate recommendations and if you have an order - which easier pieces to start with, it would be amazing.
P.s I'm begginer - intermediate on the piano.
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2021.12.05 17:51 Status_Train_4822 Using Logic Display
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2021.12.05 17:51 waterlovergal Why do babies always cry when I hold them?
This has happened many times and it makes me feel like the babies think I'm evil or something 😢. Other people hold them, including my Mom, and they don't cry. But as soon as the baby is given to me, they start crying. Their family member takes them back and the crying stops. When they give the baby to me again, crying starts. I don't understand. I'm holding them the same way my Mom holds them. If my Mom tells me to rock the baby on my lap and I do that, they still cry. I don't understand. I don't even wear any perfume when I meet a newborn, so I can rule that out.
Why do babies hate me? I know that children are more sensitive to energies and I'm wondering if this has anything to do with my energy.
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2021.12.05 17:51 popcodswallop [WTS] VINTAGE • Black Hard Rubber Flex 1900-20s (Flex–Wet Noodle): OS J. Harris | Conklin Flat Top + Crescent-Filler | Moore L-82 | Wahl Baby Ring Top | Henry Birks & Sons ED | (2) Remex EDs by Waterman •
This week's batch features black hard rubber FPs with expressive nibs from the 1900s-20s. As always, all are fully restored and ready to write.
ALBUM & TIMESTAMP
Pastable link: https://imgur.com/a/63s0cId
Condition (n.b.): All pens listed below have been disassembled, cleaned and restored with new sacs installed in the lever fillers and threads greased on the eyedroppers in the last couple weeks. Each of these pens is guaranteed to fill and write as designed without leaks or other problems. Nibs have been adjusted when necessary to ensure that all lay down a smooth and consistent line.
THESE PENS HAVE NO CRACKS (except #7), CHIPS, PERSONALIZATIONS, LOOSE OR MISSING PARTS, BENT NIBS, MISALIGNED TINES, BROKEN/WORN OFF TIPPING, OR THREADING ISSUES.
Line Widths and Writing Samples: To provide buyers with as much information as possible, I have started to adopt the following line width standards: XXF (.1-.2mm); XF (approx .3mm); F (approx .4mm); M (approx .6mm); B (approx .8mm). Nib flexibility is determined by variation (max line width under pressure) and softness (amount of pressure). Flexibility designations based on variation generally run as follows for an XF/F nib: Semi-Flex (approx. 1mm); Flex (1.2-1.9mm); Superflex (>2mm). All line width measurements are taken with a digital caliper but should be considered approximations providing a general guide. Width may vary slightly depending on type of ink and paper used as well as amount of pressure applied. All writing samples are on Rhodia dot paper using Waterman Serenity Blue.
1. 1910s OS J. Harris University (BCHR, GPT, lever filler, 14k XF Superflex nib). Measures a hair under 5 1/4" capped. Founded in the 1910s by Jacob and Emanuel Harris, the J. Harris & Co. was pen maker located in New York City. Early pens like this one with protuberant barrel threads were on a par with contemporaneous lever fillers from Waterman and Sheaffer. This is a nice example of their oversized flat top model in black chased hard rubber complemented by gold-plated hardware. I'm calling this oversized since it has similar proportions to a Waterman 55, thicker in girth than the standard (Waterman 52-sized) models I've listed in the past. The gothic typeface used for the clip and cap imprint is particularly eye-catching, hearkening back to high Victorian style. Super-Flexible 14k Warranted nib, lays down a smooth and consistent XF line that widens to a 4B+ (approx 2.5mm) under light pressure (see WRITING SAMPLE). Strongly responsive snap-back, thin hairlines, and reliable flow over its full range of flex make it a great choice for calligraphic writing styles such as Copperplate and Spencerian. Condition: excellent [B]. Hard rubber retains its deeep black color with virtually no oxidation. HR surface is smooth and lustrous with evenly sharp chasing and no notable blemishes. Gold-plated trim is clean aside from a sliver of wear on the left edge of the clip. Manufacturer imprint on the cap is factory deep. Price: $220
2. late-1920s Conklin Flat Top (black pinstripe, celluloid, GPT, lever filler, 14k XF Superflex nib). This standard-sized model measures 5" capped. This a later flat top made of celluloid whose production probably coincides with that of the Endura. Fine pin stripe pattern complemented by gold-plated clip and lever. Super-Flexible 14k Conklin Toledo #2 nib has a crescent shaped breather, hearkening back to the Crescent-Filler (see pen #3). It lays down a smooth and consistent XF line that widens to a 4B+ (approx 2.1mm) under light pressure (see WRITING SAMPLE). Thin hairlines, strong snap-back, and reliable flow over its full range of flex make it another excellent choice for calligraphic writing styles. Condition: excellent- [B-]. Gold-plated hardware is pristine – an uncommon find on a pen this old. Chasing is strong and sharp with no noteworthy wear. Surface is smooth and lustrous but does have some scratches here and there. Manufacturer imprint on the barrel is weakened at the bottom but the rest is sharp. Price: $240
3. c. 1910 Conklin Crescent-Filler P25 (BCHR, GPT, Crescent filler, 14k XXF/XF Flex nib). This short or 'P' (pocket-sized) model measures 4 7/8" capped and 5 9/16" posted. This is the pen touted by Mark Twain in adverts of the era to be capable of filling with one hand and of being a profanity saver, its lock-ring preventing it from rolling off a desk. Based on the imprint and non-standard model number ("P25" not "25P") this appears to be an early model made shortly after Conklin phased out their protuberant barrel threads and before they changed the barrel imprint to "Crescent-Filler." It's made of black hard rubber, chased in the scallop pattern found on most Crescent-Fillers. Patented rocker clip raises at the bottom when the top is depressed. Gold-filled crescent is stamped "Crescent-Filler" on one side and is blank on the other. The Crescent-Filler is one of the most simple and durable filling systems among sacced pens. To fill one simply rotates the knurled lock-ring to the open position and depresses the crescent once with the nib submersed. 14k Conklin #2 nib yields variation verging on Super-Flexible with Flexible softness. It lays down a smooth and consistent XXF/XF line that widens to a 3B+ (approx 1.9mm) under moderate pressure (see WRITING SAMPLE). Thin hairlines, strong snap-back, and reliable flow over its full range of flex make it well suited to expressive writing styles. Condition: excellent [B]. Hard rubber has retained its deep black color with little fading. Chasing is evenly sharp with only minor weakening. Surface is smooth and lustrous with no deep scratches or other notable blemishes. Gold-plated trim is virtually pristine, showing no brassing or other significant wear. There is a ding on one tine that's merely cosmetic, having no effect on the nib's performance. Manufacturer imprint on the barrel is mostly deep and sharp but does show some weakening to the bottom line as well as the part with the hand logo behind the lock ring. Price: $180
4. 1920s Moore L-82 (BCHR, GPT, lever filler, 14k XF Flex nib). Measures 4 9/16" capped and 5 13/16" capped. Moore was an early first-tier pen company out of Boston that never managed to garner the popular acclaim of the Big Four brands. In spite of this, their quality of construction was on a par with those makers. In addition to this, their innovative lever filler design and expressive, long-tined nibs have made them sought after by a loyal following of writers and collectors. This pen, marked L-82 on the barrel-end is made of black chased hard rubber complemented by gold-plated trim including clip stamped with Moore's logo. 14k Moore #2 nib yields variation verging on Super-Flexible with Flexible softness. It lays down a smooth and consistent XF line that widens to a 3B+ (approx 1.8mm) under moderate pressure (see WRITING SAMPLE). Thin hairlines, responsive snap-back, and reliable flow over its full range of flex make it another great choice for expressive writing styles. Condition: excellent/near mint [B+]. This pen is exceptionally well preserved. Hard rubber retains its factory black color with no notable fading. Chasing is is factory crisp with no discernible weakening. Surface is smooth and lustrous with no deep scratches or other notable blemishes. Aside from one nick on the center of the lever, the gold-plated trim is pristine. Manufacturer imprint on the barrel and number stamp on barrel-end are deep and fully legible. Price: $180
5. 1920s Wahl Baby Ring Top (BCHR, dart pattern, GPT, lever filler, 14k XF/F Superflex nib). Measures 3 3/4" capped and 5" posted. A baby ring top small enough to actually wear on a necklace, if that's your jam. This pen is made of black hard rubber chased in the dart pattern, giving it a distinctly Art Deco look. Gold-plated lever and ring top. Super-Flexible 14k Wahl #2 nib lays down a smooth and consistent XF/F line that widens to a 4B+ (approx 2.1mm) under light pressure (see WRITING SAMPLE). Thin hairlines, strong snap-back, and reliable flow over its full range of flex make it another excellent choice for calligraphic writing styles. Condition: excellent [B]. Hard rubber has retained its deep black color with little fading. Chasing is evenly sharp and deep. Surface is smooth and lustrous with no deep scratches or other notable blemishes. Gold-plated is clean, showing no brassing or other significant wear. Manufacturer imprint on the cap is deep and fully legible. Price: $160
6. 1910s Henry Birks & Sons Eyedropper (BCHR, eyedropper filler, 14k M/B Flexible Factory Stub). Measures 5 3/8" capped. The Birks company, which remains a Canadian jeweler of some renown, has long and storied past. The The Birks family immigrated to Montreal from Yorkshire, England, in 1832, where they had been well know for manufacturing cutlery for British royalty and the upper classes since the sixteenth century. Henry Birks (b. 1841) became a full partner in the company in 1868 and went on to establish a partnership with his three sons in 1893. It was in the first decades of the 20th century that Henry Birks & Sons entered the fountain pen business, manufacturing BHR pens like this one as well as precious metal overlays whose quality rivaled the Big Four American makes. Many of their pens feature parts (e.g. the feed of this pen) that resemble those from Aikin Lambert, garnering some speculation about a possible collaboration. Manufactured in Canada, this simple, unadorned eyedropper is made of black chased hard rubber. The section unscrews for the barrel to filled with ink using an eyedroppepipette – holds far more ink than a lever filler of the same size. My usual caveats about early eyedroppers apply here. Some extra attention must be given with them owing to the amount of ink stored directly in the barrel and their primitive feeds. FP design had yet to be perfected so that it is not uncommon to find some excess ink on the nib or in the cap when they are uncapped after being carried. It sports a Flexible 14k nib stamped Henry Birks & Sons that is a Factory Stub. Unflexed, it lays down a M/B (.7mm) line on the down-strokes and XF line on the cross-strokes. Under light to moderate pressure that line widens to a 4B+ (approx 2.0mm) (see WRITING SAMPLE). A versatile nib with nice, wet, reliable flow over its full range of flex. And the grind keeps ones letterforms neat and straight in calligraphic writing. Condition: excellent- [B-]. Hard rubber retains its deep black color with only minor fading. Surface is smooth and lustrous with no deep scratches or other notable blemishes. Nib shows some superficial scratches. Note that the nib's slit has been cut from the factory past the breather – a common finding among early nibs that does not detract from their durability or performance as long as the nib isn't pushed beyond its limits. Chasing shows significant wear, being hard to spot in places. Ditto the manufacturer imprint on the barrel, which is partly worn away on the left side but remains mostly legible. Price: $180
7. 1900s Remex Eyedropper by Waterman (smooth HR, eyedropper filler, 14k XXF Needlepoint Wet Noodle nib). Measures 5 1/4" capped. Remex was perhaps the earliest Waterman sub-brand, advertised as early as 1901. Remex pens were nearly identical to their Waterman counterparts aside from trim and feeds. This pen is a congener of Waterman's #12 eyedropper. It's made of smooth black hard rubber with a friction-fit cap. The section unscrews for the barrel to filled with ink using an eyedroppepipette – holds far more ink than a lever filler of the same size. My usual caveats about early eyedroppers apply here (see pen #6). 14k Remex #2 nib is a Wet Noodle, having dip-pen-like flow and softness. It lays down a smooth and consistent XXF line that widens to a 4B+ (approx 2.1mm) under minimal pressure (see WRITING SAMPLE). Needlepoint hairlines, precision snap-back, and reliable flow over its full range of flex make it an ideal choice for calligraphic writing styles such as Copperplate and Spencerian. Condition: excellent- [B-]. This pen does show a bit of oxidation to a chocolate brown color, but in person there's more consistency of color between the barrel and cap than the photos portray. Surface is smooth and lustrous with no deep scratches or other notable blemishes. Nib's slit has been cut from the factory past the breather and there are the beginnings of a hairline emanating from it. But I didn't detect any discernible effect on performance and the nib should have plenty of life in it yet. Manufacturer imprint on the barrel is deep and sharp. Price: $180
8. 1910s Remex Eyedropper by Waterman (smooth HR, eyedropper filler, 14k XXF Wet Noodle nib). Measures 5 3/16" capped. Another Remex in smooth HR: a later model than the previous pen having a shorter length, shorter cap, and flat rather than domed cap top. The section unscrews for the barrel to filled with ink using an eyedroppepipette – holds far more ink than a lever filler of the same size. My usual caveats about early eyedroppers apply here (see pen #6). 14k Remex #2 nib is a Needlepoint Wet Noodle, having dip-pen-like flow and softness. It lays down a smooth and consistent XXF line that widens to a 4B+ (approx 2.1mm) under minimal pressure (see WRITING SAMPLE). Needlepoint hairlines, precision snap-back, and reliable flow over its full range of flex make it another ideal choice for calligraphic writing styles such as Copperplate and Spencerian. Condition: excellent- [B-]. Hard rubber retains its factory black color with scarcely any oxidation. Surface is smooth and lustrous with no deep scratches or other notable blemishes. Manufacturer imprint on the barrel is deep and fully legible. A time-capsule example of this pen with a wild nib. Price: $250
Shipping: Pens purchased on the weekend are mailed on Tuesday. Otherwise they are mailed within 2 business days of payment. All pens that do not come with their original boxes are packaged in PVC or thick plastic tubes to protect them in transit. To CONUS locations the following shipping options are available:
USPS First-Class with tracking for $5 Due to the delivery delays brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and worsened by postmaster general DeJoy, I strongly recommend that the Priority shipping option be chosen. All packages will include full insurance (covered by me). Rest assured that a full refund is guaranteed (issued through Paypal) in the event of a lost parcel and you will not have to wait until I receive a reimbursement from the USPS.
New York Customers: For tax purposes, I am now required to add an 8% sales tax on any sale made in the state of NY. If your shipping address is in NY state, please let me know before payment to receive an adjusted total. Free shipping is included for NY State residents to help defray the extra cost.
Ordering: Pens are placed on hold for the first person to reply to the thread and PM me with firm request to purchase (no chat DMs please). A request with the words “I'd like to purchase [pen number]” would be best to avoid confusion), to which I’ll reply with payment details. Please note that a message inquiring into a price discount does not suffice to place a pen on hold. If I haven't received Paypal payment within 24 hrs after a hold is placed, then pen(s) may become available to the next person.
Payment, & Guarantee: Payment by Paypal only. All pens are guaranteed to be in the condition in which I've described them. If I've missed something objectionable or the filling mechanism is not fully functional, the buyer may contact me up to 7 days after receiving the pen for a full refund (issued once I receive the pen back in the same condition as sold). Buyer must ship the return no later than 2 weeks after it was delivered to receive a refund. I've sold pens online for over a decade. Please check my past listings here as well as on the classifieds and historical sales forums on FPN (username: Estragon) and FPGeeks (popcod) for some of my previous offerings.
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2021.12.05 17:51 The_Unknown_Moomin I wish best of luck to all who are still in NDD and I offer my empathy to those who have fallen off like I did
Disapointing, yes, but lets not allow that to ruin the whole month. If not a complitely clean NDD, then maybe make it "less damage december", right?
I hope everyone's okay and safe. Take care all of you awesome people, you are all valid and important to me!
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2021.12.05 17:51 Talesfromthesysadmin 👽The MetaSpecies NFT collection👽
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2021.12.05 17:51 ShadowofMiracles Digimon TCG: The 25 Days of Digimon Cards! - Day 5
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2021.12.05 17:51 East-Screen7725 Best 4213 manager ?
2021.12.05 17:51 MrsWelch A collage I made devastated and confused at 13.
2021.12.05 17:51 Faris-Hilton We met online mid lockdown and before I knew it we went from friends to family. We finally met irl.
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2021.12.05 17:51 siamesebengal What’s going to be in the next update? Rumors? Theories?
Pretty curious. I want a spectral analyzer and multiband compression! Preferably in one. What do you want? What do you think we will get? Will it be a major update or minor? Amáis business is doing pretty well with the seemingly latent popularity of the MPC line over the last year or so.
When I was going to music stores looking for my mpc live all of the akai displays were tucked off in odd spots, looking pretty poorly displayed, few products if any. This was 2019. Now they really seem to be striking gold with all of the new units and their capability, and the updates have been pretty damn strong. Do you think a new unit will come out? They haven’t upgraded the X yet..
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2021.12.05 17:51 No_Ask_No_Tell I wish games had the option to skip bossfights.
I'm not playing a game to be stuck in a room with some enemy with an oversized healthbar and difficult mechanics. Think what you want, call me bad, tell me to git gud, but at the end of the day it's my ADHD ruining games for me. My anxiety and stress during these sections get jacked up x1000 and some games I have had to quit simply because I can't deal with it.
I just want to enjoy the game and it's story, why can't you just let me avoid these fights and continue on. I don't care about muh immersion, just get me to the other end and let me piece together what happened through dialogue.
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2021.12.05 17:51 NetworklikeJuju White screen when trying to login
Once I go through all the loading screens and it says logging in I just get a white screen, I still can get party invites but nothing else works
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2021.12.05 17:51 Friendly_Ad_8504 qui pour se. branler me mp
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2021.12.05 17:51 Kilgore_theTrout Shut up y'all, we're gonna win this one.
2021.12.05 17:51 Mr_DaboSS2005 Should Trollface44 shut the fuck up?
2021.12.05 17:51 M_star_killer Article I found
Yea they took a whole lot of money. WOW.
According to the blockchain security and data analytics provider Peckshield, the hackers took around $100 million in Ethereum-based coins and $96 million in coins on the Binance Smart Chain. Almost 50 different types of tokens were stolen.
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2021.12.05 17:51 Due_Refuse_6825 Chapter 3 is very cool, but did anyone notice this?
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2021.12.05 17:51 UncleTouchy8 Inspired by u/wino_whynot ‘s post.
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2021.12.05 17:51 berko23 WWIII