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  1. htor

    iso beat

    another one for the lovely morning tea, ever so gentle
  2. maybe a detail, but i can't help but notice the quite long FOUC [1] appearing whenever i load a watmm page. there is about 400 kb of css and 750 kb of js loaded in <head>. all of the script tags loads the js synchronously. it may slow down the page rendering, since all scripts must be fetched, parsed and executed before even parsing <body>. maybe loading some scripts not needed at once with `<script src=''.." async>` could solve the issue? or putting some right before </body>. another method to patch the fouc issue is to provide a small inline <style> tag containing a minimal set of needed styles (basic layout, resets, colors, empty/placeholder styling) for the page on load time. this inline stylesheet is applied immediately, so the flashing effect is reduced when the rest of styles are applied.
  3. a track i made from a little while ago. not really mastered or beefed up. cheers
  4. airvpn been using it for at least three years. you can't be safer. it works great too
  5. show your neighbours just how much you appreciate a good ol' listening! exploring new sonic landscapes and such
  6. cheap ass beer, peanuts, tubes, wires
  7. this is insanely good! sort of like blowing your speakers up without actually blowing them up
  8. what about this heart/like button? i know it's a common social media thing, but i feel it is weird for this forum. at least the smileys look weird. maybe it's useful to reduce "me too" "+1" "lol" posts, but i really think those posts are what makes watmm threads so insanely good. and the range of emotions (sarcasm and irony included) the users will try and incflict upon each other can't be expressed with a simple smiley (or a trophy? huh?). i might be missing the point. is it really only meant to be used for bookmarking things by liking them?
  9. some general css feedback: * block quotes looks indistinguishable from normal text. suggested fix: give the css class .ipsBlockquote same styling as .ipsQuote. see an example of block quotes current styling here: https://forum.watmm.com/topic/92805-4-to-the-floor-appreciation-thread/: * embedded content is now 100% wide. it takes forever to scroll down a forum post like (https://forum.watmm.com/topic/96885-stompin39-industrial-acid-or-gabber-music/) because of the huge videos. suggested fix: provide a maximum width for <iframe>, <video> and maybe also <img> and <object> less than 100%
  10. really lovely tracks everyone! woa! these are ACE
  11. this is *gold*. i had totally forgot about spiral tribe. and all the others are new to me. very good quality, thanks!! i may be confusing the gabber genre with hardcore (i understand hardcore is less playful and tounge in cheek compared to gabber?). really just need the "stomping" feel to be cool with it anyhow. any old classic or new stuff. not sure what you call this, but it's a good one:
  12. would you recommend any good gritty stompy music? in the style of: * universal indicator (green) * perc https://perctrax.bandcamp.com/track/toxic-nrg * trip i've only recently begun to explore gabba+industrial kind of music, but i'm having trouble finding good stripped down gabber.. (without the vocals and the fluff) if you know what i mean. do you watmm'ers have any good advices? thanks a lot!
  13. i remember reading about rdj saying that other people were copying his style and that they should probably do their own thing musically instead. now with all these afx-modes and the monologue i wonder if i he still thinks that? i really enjoy the micro-tuning capabilities of the mono and the nice little presets he's made, but what's in it for him musically?
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