Yes, this is where I found myself running Pro Tools today. I WAS able to combine my favorite things: cooking, beer, coffee and recording. 

 

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the art of record making.

 
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Tue, Apr 2, 2013 - 5:23PM
Luciano said about this:

That's exactly what I own and love! I would add reading tape Op. hahahaha...

 
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Ron said about this:

I'd set that cutting board on fire in about 10 minutes trying to make toast.

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