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2001\05\25@125826 by Quentin

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Curious as to know what music Picsters listen to while coding (if any)?

Current play list (in no particular order):
Bread: Anthology of.
Roger Waters: Pros and cons of hitchhiking, Radio Kaos, Amused to death.
Sisters of Mercy: A slight case of overbombing.
Loreena McKennith: the book of secrets.
The Big Blue soundtrack.
Janis Joplin: Greatest Hits.
Pink Floyd: The Wall, Wish you were here (and more).
Rocky Horror Picture Show soundtrack (hehe, always slip that one in when
I feel giddy with all the coding).
JJ Cale: Special edition (and more).

And a variety of others.

Quentin

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2001\05\25@132104 by David VanHorn

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At 06:59 PM 5/25/01 +0200, Quentin wrote:
>Curious as to know what music Picsters listen to while coding (if any)?

Synergy by Larry Fast
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2001\05\25@132531 by Harold M Hallikainen

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On Fri, 25 May 2001 18:59:17 +0200 Quentin <qscspamKILLspamICON.CO.ZA> writes:
> Curious as to know what music Picsters listen to while coding (if
> any)?
>

       http://www.kpig.com

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2001\05\25@132735 by Dale Botkin

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Any background noise bugs the hell out of me.  I love music, but can't
listen while I write code.  Makes me feel a little stupid, to tell the
truth.

On Fri, 25 May 2001, Quentin wrote:

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2001\05\25@135031 by David VanHorn

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At 12:28 PM 5/25/01 -0500, Dale Botkin wrote:
>Any background noise bugs the hell out of me.  I love music, but can't
>listen while I write code.  Makes me feel a little stupid, to tell the
>truth.

That's why I ended up with synergy.
It dosen't draw my attention. Algorithmically generated, I think.

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2001\05\25@135429 by Roman Black

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Quentin wrote:
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> Curious as to know what music Picsters listen to while coding (if any)?

Tori Amos (any)
Crystal Method (Vegas album)
Rage against the machine (any)
Matrix Soundtrack

These are not always my favorite music but I do
believe some types (tempos?) of music seem to wind
up the old brain cells and achieve higher
productivity, in a similar way to caffeine maybe.
:o)
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2001\05\25@140249 by joan

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U2, Dire Straits and Jean Michel Jarre (the last one is specially well
suited
for robotics works) :-)

Cheers

Joan

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2001\05\25@144226 by Quentin

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Joan Ilari wrote:
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> U2, Dire Straits and Jean Michel Jarre (the last one is specially well
> suited
> for robotics works) :-)
I can relate to that! Try The Big Blue and Vangelis (not his well known
works like Chariots of Fire though, played to death). And try Kitaro, if
you can still find it. Also there was a guy that turned Handel's work
into electronic sounds. Forgot the name, Water- something. Looking for
it as it would be great background to synchronise automation!

Quentin

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2001\05\25@145132 by Bob Blick

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> Curious as to know what music Picsters listen to while coding (if any)?

Miles Davis - Sketches of Spain
Tool - Aenima
The Specials - The Specials
Talk Talk - Laughing Stock
Praxis - Transmutation
Godley & Creme - L

After a bit of that I have to turn it all off and work in silence for a
while :-)

Happy long weekend for those of you in the states.

Cheerful regards,

Bob

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2001\05\25@151345 by Douglas Wood

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> Rage against the machine (any)


I guess this would work particularly well after the nth time of forgetting
to set the bank selection bits...  ;-)

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2001\05\25@151355 by Chris Carr

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> Joan Ilari wrote:
> >
> > U2, Dire Straits and Jean Michel Jarre (the last one is specially well
> > suited
> > for robotics works) :-)

Quentin wrote

> I can relate to that! Try The Big Blue and Vangelis (not his well known
> works like Chariots of Fire though, played to death). And try Kitaro, if
> you can still find it. Also there was a guy that turned Handel's work
> into electronic sounds. Forgot the name, Water- something. Looking for
> it as it would be great background to synchronise automation!
>
He was called Walter Carlos, now she's called Wendy Carlos.

His Bach was better in my estimation. The Well Tempered Synthesiser
gets the logic and maths juices flowing. It has of course got to be combine
with coffee made from freshly ground beans to achieve maximum
caffeine transfer.

Chris Carr

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2001\05\25@151804 by Bruce Kizerian

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> > Curious as to know what music Picsters listen to while coding (if any)?

Anthing Baroque--dither for the brain!

Bruce

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2001\05\25@161827 by David VanHorn

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At 07:59 PM 5/25/01 +0200, Joan Ilari wrote:
>U2, Dire Straits and Jean Michel Jarre (the last one is specially well
>suited for robotics works) :-)

That reminds me.. Le Chants Magnetiques, part 5 on repeat, for PCB routing.

(Is there medication for this?)
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2001\05\25@183214 by Jinx

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> Jean Michel Jarre (the last one is specially well suited for
> robotics works) :-)
>
> Cheers
>
> Joan

But what do the bots listen to when they're planning to take over
the world  ? (with apologies to Pink Floyd)

http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/joecolquitt/boogie_bot.html

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2001\05\25@192720 by joan

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>  > Jean Michel Jarre (the last one is specially well suited for
>  > robotics works) :-)
>  >
>  > Cheers
>  >
>  > Joan
>
>  But what do the bots listen to when they're planning to take over
>  the world  ? (with apologies to Pink Floyd)
>

They have already taken the world. We are working for them
more than ten hours per day both at work and at home.
RIGHT NOW you are in front of your master. He's looking at you.
He's always observing ...

Joan

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2001\05\25@194404 by Patrik Husfloen

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Let's see
Electric Envoy - chilly silly
Hybrid - Ministry of sound session
Son kite - knob adjustmen
autechre - vletrmx (plaid mix)
Science Dept.- Persuasion (Funk Function Future Mix)
Science Dept.- Percussion
josh wink - higher state of consciousness
that's is what's in my playlist atm.
mostly house/trance..

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2001\05\25@222535 by myke predko
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Whatever my teenaged son in the next room is playing.

When I'm really sick of Blink 182 and Oasis, I pull out my Discman and put
on some ELP.

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2001\05\25@222743 by Alexandre Domingos F. Souza

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>Curious as to know what music Picsters listen to while coding (if any)?

       Emerson, Lake and Palmer
       Rick Wakeman
       Apocalyptica
       Bach
       Everything but the girl
       Fleetwood Mac
       Kraftwerk

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2001\05\25@222754 by Alexandre Domingos F. Souza

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>> Curious as to know what music Picsters listen to while coding (if any)?
>Tori Amos (any)

       Nice music, thanks for remembering that to remember that!

>Matrix Soundtrack

       Wow! :oD

>These are not always my favorite music but I do
>believe some types (tempos?) of music seem to wind
>up the old brain cells and achieve higher
>productivity, in a similar way to caffeine maybe.

       It's proved classical music get people smarter (remember "Get smart!"? :oD), progressive rock should do the same. It makes your brain cells work hard hehehe :o)

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2001\05\25@224238 by Alexandre Domingos F. Souza

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>Whatever my teenaged son in the next room is playing.
>When I'm really sick of Blink 182 and Oasis, I pull out my Discman and put
>on some ELP.

       It's incredible how young people doesn't like real good music...

       BTW, I love ELP and I'm 27 (birthday yesterday people, hehehe)

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2001\05\25@232730 by Alejandro Lavarello

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When you say "The Big Blue " sound, do you mean the music maded by Eric Serra
for the french movie "The Big Blue" (or, "Deep Blue", I dont remember well).
(director: Luc Besson).I like this film and the music is good, too.

When I programm, I hear radio, ... everything that the disc-jockey plays! :)
Sometimes I run the Winamp and play Enya, Café Quijano, Mecano, Bruce
Springsteen, Eros Ramazzotti (my girlfriend is a big fan) and a lot more...
Yes, I have "The wall" and "Wish you were here", and like it.

Cheers! :)
               Alejandro.

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2001\05\25@234114 by michael brown

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From: "Alexandre Domingos F. Souza" <.....taitospamRemoveMETERRA.COM.BR>
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>Whatever my teenaged son in the next room is playing.
>When I'm really sick of Blink 182 and Oasis, I pull out my Discman and put
>on some ELP.

       It's incredible how young people doesn't like real good music...

       BTW, I love ELP and I'm 27 (birthday yesterday people, hehehe)

I like them too, and happy belated birthday.  Mine is tomorrow (39) although
I try not to think about it.  ;o)

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2001\05\26@004730 by Jinx

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> It's proved classical music get people smarter (remember "Get
> smart!"? :oD), progressive rock should do the same. It makes
> your brain cells work hard hehehe :o)

er, not always

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2001\05\26@012725 by Quentin

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Hola
Alejandro Lavarello wrote:
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> When you say "The Big Blue " sound, do you mean the music maded by Eric Serra
> for the french movie "The Big Blue" (or, "Deep Blue", I dont remember well).
> (director: Luc Besson).I like this film and the music is good, too.
>
Yes thats the one Big Blue. (Note to self, get Video).
> When I programm, I hear radio, ... everything that the disc-jockey plays! :)
> Sometimes I run the Winamp and play Enya, Cafi Quijano, Mecano, Bruce
> Springsteen,
> Eros Ramazzotti (my girlfriend is a big fan) and a lot more...
> Yes, I have "The wall" and "Wish you were here", and like it.
>
My wife likes Eros, I am not a big fan. And as a side note, I got this
week a CD from my friends in Los Cerillos called Concierto Latino made
by your Radio Concierto. Fun music.
Will be visiting your country again early next year. Going to stay on
the farm in Los Cerillos and Colonia.

Quentin

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2001\05\26@063932 by Alexandre Domingos F. Souza

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>er, not always
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>http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/joecolquitt/judas.html

       Handsome guy, but not a bit clever :o)

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2001\05\26@090706 by Byron A Jeff

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> Curious as to know what music Picsters listen to while coding (if any)?
>

I'm almost strictly a contempory jazz person, with some R&B mixed in. I have
most of my music MP3 encoded, playing on random jukebox mode 24/7. I just
unmute the stereo when I want some music:

Warren Hill
Candy Dulfer
David Sanborn
Nelson Rangell
Gerald Albright
The Braxton Brothers
Wayman Tisdale
Earth Wind and Fire
Lauryn Hill
Vanessa Williams
Steve Cole

and others. About 75 albums worth encoded, and another 10-15 I need to get
around to.

One of my next PIC projects is to generate a IR controllable console and
stabilizing my vehicle power supply so that I can transfer the setup to the
cars.

BAJ

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2001\05\26@160947 by klpauba

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Byron A Jeff wrote:

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> > Curious as to know what music Picsters listen to while coding (if any)?
> >
>
> I'm almost strictly a contempory jazz person, with some R&B mixed in. I have
> most of my music MP3 encoded, playing on random jukebox mode 24/7. I just
> unmute the stereo when I want some music:

I may try to switch to jazz.  I haven't been able to get my PIC program working
-- maybe because I listen to Twisted Sister.

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2001\05\27@050946 by uter van ooijen & floortje hanneman

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> > Curious as to know what music Picsters listen to while coding (if any)?

REM : automatic for the people

Wouter

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2001\05\27@074038 by Anja

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Im not a programer bat when i do something else on my lovely comp i
listen to:


Slipknot
Korn
Nofx
Millencolin
Matrix soundtrack

and a lot more


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2001\05\27@075737 by Jan Malina

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Metal mostly...
Stratovarius
Iced Earth
Black Sabbath
Manowar
Rammstein
Blind Guardian
etc...

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2001\05\28@023329 by Kari Lehikko

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For me (I work as a DJ on weekends), the music plays a big role. As I am
also easily distracted if there is any background noise, that's why I
always keep something playing while I am coding (to muffle the noise
out). I prefer music, that does not have any (or have only few) lyrics,
because I have often found myself listening to the lyrics while I should
have been coding.

Examples:

Jean Michel Jarre (The Composer of the 20th century)
Kraftwerk (Legendary)
Laserdance (and other spacesynth)
Mike Oldfield (the instrumental ones)
Rob Zombie (dig thought the ditches and burn though the witches...)
Rammstein (new album is great)
Carcass, Rotten Sound and others like that...
melodic trance in general (I cannot name any favorite)
classical (Bach mostly)

These I listen while in more-listening-not-so-much-coding -mode:

Manic Street Preachers,3 Doors Down
The Manhattan Transfer
Run DMC
Manowar,Iron Maider,Helloween
The Beatles
Metallica (older, before the black album)
Hardcore Superstars
italo-disco from the 80's
blues, many different artists
Lullacry,Nightwish,Stratovarius,Sonata Arctica,Sentenced +other Finnish
melodic metal
and also bands that sing in finnish, but I don't list them here :)

Now playing :) J.M.Jarre - Oxygene 7-13

- Kari -
( - DJ Korppi - :)

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2001\05\29@054816 by Alan B. Pearce

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>But what do the bots listen to when they're planning to take over
>the world  ? (with apologies to Pink Floyd)

Just another PIC in the Wall? (also with apologies to Pink Floyd)

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2001\05\29@090318 by Jinx

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> >But what do the bots listen to when they're planning to take over
> >the world  ? (with apologies to Pink Floyd)
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> Just another PIC in the Wall? (also with apologies to Pink Floyd)

Oh haha (with apologies to humourists)

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2001\05\29@122206 by Douglas Wood

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No, no, no! It's "PICs on a Wing"!!
;-)

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2001\05\29@172042 by Jinx

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> No, no, no! It's "PICs on a Wing"!!
> ;-)
>
> Douglas Wood
>
> > >But what do the bots listen to when they're planning to take over
> > >the world  ? (with apologies to Pink Floyd)
> >
> > Just another PIC in the Wall? (also with apologies to Pink Floyd)

Or, after my run-in yesterday with middle management not telling me
about some documentation that would have made life oh so simple,
"Obscured By Clods"

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2001\05\29@182735 by Bill Westfield

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>> Just another PIC in the Wall? (also with apologies to Pink Floyd)

> No, no, no! It's "PICs on a Wing"!!

Surely "Pics (333 Different Ones)"

:-)
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2001\05\29@211701 by Alexandre Domingos F. Souza

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>No, no, no! It's "PICs on a Wing"!!

       So then
       is broken pics
       and learn to code again
       and let it run crystal free

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2001\05\29@233614 by DFansler

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Having been involved in cpu's for the past 25 years (hardware and software)
I have gone from rock to classical and now I am listening to New Age (Eric
Tingstad, Secret Garden, Hillary Stagg to name a few).  I have the Dish
Network satellite receiver and the programming includes a large number of
audio (music) only channels, with no talking or commercials.  I record 6
hours worth on a vcr tape then go through the tape listening for songs I
like.  When I find one, I check it against the spread sheet of songs
recorded so far.  If not present then I record it to my computer.  Once I
have enough for a CD I burn a CD.  So far I have 39 such CD's that average
less than 2 minutes of unused space on the CD.

I have started moving my old vinyl records to CD.  The Larry Fast Synergy
albums remain some of my favorite - there were 4 in all as I recall - one
was of clear vinyl.  Pretty cool to look through.

Later,

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2001\05\30@005252 by David VanHorn

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>I have started moving my old vinyl records to CD.  The Larry Fast Synergy
>albums remain some of my favorite - there were 4 in all as I recall - one
>was of clear vinyl.  Pretty cool to look through.

OOh.. I've only ever see the one I have.
Bought it in vinyl in the 70's, and again recently in CD.
Legacy, Slaughter on 10th ave, Synergy, Relay breakdown, and Warriors.

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2001\05\30@064146 by Jinx

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I'm afraid I can't listen to anything I really really like when programming.
My tastes are pretty eclectic and I'll hop around the FM from classical
(not opera not opera) to student indie to jock rock to classic hits to talk
back. If I'm working on anything such as nested loops or maths where
you need to think a couple of steps ahead then it has to be silence or
I'll be on the same routine all day. When the programming stops and
it's a-solderin' time, then Yes, Genesis (with Peter Gabriel), Return To
Forever, Deep Purple, in fact just about anything regarded as dinosaur
rock. I thought the 90's were pretty dismal, with a few exceptions (Alice
In Chains, Smashing Pumpkins, Veruca Salt). Music is so much more
a product these days many very samey bands just don't appeal to me

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