Ha llegado el Momen†o de volver a dar la Chapa! Es†e Sabado 22, es†aremos me†iendo Tralli†a Navideña con los Peace After Pain (@peaceafterpain ) en Hijos de Cain (@bar_hijosdecain ) a par†ir de las 21h (Como Siempre, nos Re†rasaremos 😊). ⚡⚡⚡
La en†rada sera Gra†is para lxs 10.000 Primerxs en llegar.
Ademas, tendreis Chupitos Gra†is de Gela†ina Asesina, Sor†eo de Ces†i†a de Navidad Merchandaisingera, Ruidako y Todo Nues†ro Amor Navideño.
Os iremos dando mas la Brasa a lo Largo de es†a Semana con mas De†alles.
Abrazos Gordos de Navidad!!! 💚🎁🎄🎁💚
We wanna thank @ibayarifin for creating our awesome album art for Cyclical Sentient Struggle and for always supporting us! We are now officially sold out of these cassettes but it’s still available for digital download on Bandcamp or Spotify. The album we’re currently writing will be quite the departure from this material, but the spirit will remain...🖤
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As promised, I did some Dwight-haired squats, #nobandana and put my new squat stance to the test. I felt very strong on the weight and learned why low-bar can move more weight than high-bar (according to my build). I warmed up a plate at a time to a double at 405. I did an ugly triple of 375 and decided to do my work at 355, 3x5. After my warm-up sets, things were going very smoothly, so I put the safety rails on and went for 455 (last video).
This was my first attempt at squatting with my hands at the collars, and with a belt. I loved both, and as cool as it is using the actual belt used by Buffalo Bill of the Wild West Show, I'm dying to for mine to arrive. Those new aspects of my lift were distracting from focusing on my form (the belt pinched my fat), but going heavy tonight gave me tons of footage to study and new challenges that I know to work on next.
The big change I have to grow into is how much weaker my grip on the bar is with my hands so far from my body. I had to lean a little farther than usual to keep the bar in place. I'm gonna stick with it, because my elbow went pain-free all night.
This was a great night at the gym. I felt strong, I exhausted myself, I achieved something, and I learned a ton about what I need to develop over the next few months.
Thanks to @6.022x10tothepowerof23 for hyping me up!
First off I wanna say that I’m not trying to promote anything here, just sharing my experience. I’ve been trying to figure out how to record late but also avoid noise complaints. Usually by the time I get home, cook and shower it’s too late to rev up my monster of an amp. Even though I don’t record loud enough to really disturb anyone there’s always that chance that someone can hear me and it keeps them up. @ikmultimedia ‘s AmpliTube 4 is the solution. I tried AmpliTube 3 a couple years ago but wrote it off because I didn’t think it was as “cool” as recording a real amp when in actuality I just didn’t know shit about recording. Now that I know how real amps react to different mic and room setups I’ve got a bitchin’ tone and I can record as late as I want. I went with the @mesaengineering pack over the @neuraldsp Fortin Nameless suite after trying both over the weekend. The Fortin is killer but with the Mesa pack I have my dual rectifier in digital form (although I’m using the triple rectifier currently) plus a bunch of cabs and 5 amps (dual and triple rectifiers, MK III and MK IV, and the TA-30). On the subject of @neuraldsp their Darkglass bass plugins are amazing and I’ll be buying the full version ASAP. So if you’re looking for a way to record quietly or you just want a ton of options don’t ignore amp sims. It just takes time to learn how everything works, plus you can demo all of what I’m using for free. This actually sounds better than what I was getting with my real amp. Gonna pick up a cheap DI box tomorrow since my interface doesn’t have gain controls on the line inputs and it’s back to business!
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