Floor Six: Cutlery. Sporting equipment. Ladie’s lingerie.
Gated reverb as an effect was used on countless drum tracks during the 1980s, to the point that such a sound became a defining characteristic of that decade’s popular music.
Phil Collins used gated reverb extensively in the early to mid-1980s, both in his solo work as well as working with other artists. He first employed it on the Peter Gabriel song “Intruder”. Examples of Collins’s own music include “In the Air Tonight”, “Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)”, I Don’t Care Anymore, and the Genesis track “Mama”.
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You Look Nice Today recently convened a secretive 3-hour off-site board meeting and ropes course with a specific focus on developing a highly granular, tactical action plan for implementing our next big project.
These are the detailed notes that I captured.
Please don’t steal our idea.
YLNT Head Groundskeeper Jason Permenter recently celebrated his birthday. We had a problem: our Aunt Nancy is a great drink, but it’s more of an afterwork trouble-drowner, not as appropriate for special occasions. So for this party, Patrick “The Canadian” Gibson and Maja “The Not-Canadian” Henderson whipped up a fancy version of everyone’s favorite alcoholic spinster-in-a-glass:
The Great Aunt Nancy
Swear to God—this drink is delicious.