2018 was a wild year for everyone involved. At the beginning of the year, I decided to listen to 300 albums that I never listened to before, both new and old. Within the list of 300 albums are quite a few albums from 2018. Because I set out in the beginning of the year to listen to a variety of music, I wasn’t sure how it’d affect my 2018 list and what I sought out. Interestingly enough, there’s some surprising variety. Continue reading Top 10 Albums of 2018
If anyone hasn’t done so already, check out the review of the ‘ debut album In The Arms of the Sun by Vox Vocis. That album completely blew me away and made me jealous because if I could somehow go back in time, that would be the album I made. When I caught wind of the news that the band was recording their second album, I was extremely excited. I am happy to say that the band did not disappoint. This will be a breakdown of the entire album track by track . Continue reading Vox Vocis – Star Meissa Album Review
I recently was given the amazing opportunity to interview the guys over at Jammy Guitar. Jammy Guitar is a company that’s currently making a portable guitar unlike any other. They’ve gone through many iterations in their prototype stages, but are closing in on a final potential model in the upcoming months. Continue reading Interview: Jammy Guitar
While rhythm gaming is a popular form of gaming in Japan, most especially on arcade machines, VR gamers should prepare themselves for a very convincing lightsaber-themed rhythm game. Continue reading Beat Saber – Awakening a New Order of Rhythm Gaming
Few albums have blown me away first listen the same way this album has. Aside from being the album that put Steve Vai on the map as a fantastic guitar player, it pushed the musical boundaries of instrumental guitar music. There weren’t many seven string players during this time, and with some of his tunes using a 7, Passion and Warfare was on it’s way to be a classic. Continue reading Album Of The Week- Steve Vai – Passion And Warfare
We lost a lot of great people in 2016, but we did gain a lot of great music. This year has been a great one for me musically since I delved into a wide variety of genres and styles that I normally didn’t listen to. I got into a lot of hip hop, jazz, and furthered my interest in math rock so a lot of these albums will reflect that. Continue reading My Favorite Albums of 2016
Over the years, I have delved into various genres of music. Jazz and hip hop have become to staples in my daily music listening. This is a sharp contrast to the hard rock and metal days of high school where I could be found listening to Rage Against The Machine or Iron Maiden at any given time. Although I have looked into various genres of music, I find that the one that I go back to the most is video game music. Before I discuss my passion of video game music, let me delve a little bit into the video game music, hereby referred to as VGM, that I was surrounded by as a child.
Apple… Why? I don’t understand, why do you have to do this to us? We’re going to get around it, just like the iPhone, except this is 10 times easier. Long story short, any iDevice can stream the event, but us PC users can’t. I have an iPod touch, but I’d rather view it on 15 inches of glory.
Here’s what to do:
Download User Agent Switcher Add-On for Safari:
Once that’s installed and Firefox is restarted, download the .xml file with the “spoofed browser” configurations and save it to Desktop:
download xml user agent list 2.x
Source of download: http://techpatterns.com/forums/about304.html
Now, go to Firefox, hit “Tools” up top, then scroll over “Default User Agent”, and go to the bottom and hit “Edit User Agents”. Now, click “Import” way at the bottom, and select the .xml you saved at the desktop. You’ll now have a ton of spoofed browser configurations to choose from, but for now you just need to click one.
Simply go back to the “Default User Agent” tab, go to “Browsers – Mac”, and select the one all the way at the bottom labeled (531.21.10 OS X 10_6_2 Intel).
You’re done! You should be able to view the Apple Event on your PC, without any need of a Mac whatsoever. Hope this helped! 😉