The ubiquitous Lava Lamp


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B. Harrison
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Whenever I visit a studio or someone shows me a picture of their studio, I always ask: "Where is the Lava lamp?" if it's not visible, and explain, that it's just not a bonafide studio without one - look at pictures of virtually any Major studio and you'll see one - even Abbey Road... all very tongue in cheek of course. It does make them think.

It's almost like a beacon or token that mystically links studios all over the world - a symbol of the "Brotherhood" ;-)

Anyway, I must say, I do find myself watching those blobs when I'm listen to a mix - it's almost meditative.

It's mentioned in the news item that you were still pondering the question the next day. Hope this adds some food for thought.

Brian

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We have to thank the British for so much - The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Alan Parsons :-o and so it would appear, the lava lamp too.

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Had a few lava lamps, but

Had a few lava lamps, but they all eventually went pear shaped and the wheels fell off.
So I decided on a marble bust of JS Bach instead.

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Now I really have to get a lava lamp...

You have convinced me B. Harrison. I need to buy one of those lava lamps to create some brotherhood, good vibes and British mojo in my project studio ;-)

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B. Harrison
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Shades of Schroeder LOL

@ Gswan : Shades of Schroeder LOL

@ Moondog: Pity we can't use those little graphics here otherwise - Thumbsup ;-)

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