Kenwood KDC-X994 and how it works with Motorola Droid

This Kenwood KDC-X994 was purchased with Motorola Droid in mind.  I wanted a car stereo that would allow me to stream music from my mobile phone.  The KDC-X994 does that and more.


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Finally Found The Go Find

 Ok, maybe I shouldn't say 'Finally', its not like the music was never available.  I just couldn't find it in the stores and many of the sites I frequent to purchase MP3's hadn't made it available yet.  Alas, "Everybody Knows It's Going To Happen Only Not Tonight" is available from Amazon's music library.

Why buy these great Country/Pop songs?

Somebody once asked me where to go for great, affordable, downloadable music. Well, I poked around and put together a playlist, if these songs interest you then please purchase them through our Amazon Affiliate account!


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Bliptronic 5000 is a hit

Based on the recommendation made earlier on this site for the Bliptronic 5000, I recently purchased one as a gift for friend who is a bit more musically inclined than I.  In fact, when the Bliptronic was presented, there were several musicians around to see the unwrapping.  It was like each one of those musicians received the gift.  The synthesizer was passed around for a few hours, each new user filled with delight as if was a gift unto them.

Aviary Myna is Amazing

Aviary has some exceptionaly simple and intuitive tools for creating and editing images, colors, and effects.  Recently I learned of there Audio mixer, Myna.  I love it.  Its a flash based mixer that offers a wide variety of sample intros, loops, and outros.  The library also plugs into Aviary's community contributions.
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ThinkGeek's Bliptronic 5000

 I like  Tons of gadgets, interesting and fun things to play with.  Lately, I've been creating my own digital music --only because a lot of instruments are so damned expensive and complicated to get the right sound from.  So imagine my surprise on my latest escapade over to ThinkGeek when they have a simple synthesizer on the font page --for under $50!  I knew I had to try it.  

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