As far as a new bar? I grew up outside of Chicago and would go to the city every weekend, but I was always so drunk by the end of the night that whenever people ask for recommendations, I'm like "I cannot name one place.
HB: What does a typical boys' night look like for you? AH: Boys' nights are few and far between, but they're next level. Me and all the Workaholics guys just went to Australia to promote Workaholics. Blake and I DJ'ed a party that got out of control, and Adam started twerking. These kids stormed the stage, and security didn't stand a chance.
The whole thing got shut down. HB: What comedy shows are you really into these days? AH: Who am I frothing over? I really like Man Seeking Woman. It's the coolest show because they just do weird stuff, and it doesn't feel weird; they make it normal somehow, which I applaud.
And Broad City —I think those guys are awesome. HB: When do you tend to come up with your best ideas? AH: It varies. I'm pretty restless in bed, so I can lie there for a couple of hours and be like, "Hey, that happened today. What if that happened at a zoo? I usually start with broad ideas. So it's like: "Penguin It's Like You Never Left. It Never Rains in Southern California.
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Plus, with tons of record labels including a free digital download with the purchase of an album on vinyl these days, it's a great way to give back to your favorite artists—you'll get a cool tangible object that has the potential to sound far better than your MP3s, but with a digital copy for you iPod nonetheless.
So if you have a turntable that's never received a proper tune-up, here's how to set it up to get the best possible sound from it. With Fremer's help, my table is now in tip-top shape, and yours can be too. First thing's first, though—if you're unsure of the progeny of your table, or if it hasn't been serviced in a long time or ever, the easiest upgrade you can make to ensure it's at its best is a new cartridge. After that, there are three variables you want to make sure are set, and those are the three variables we'll be covering: cartridge alignment, tracking pressure and anti-skating.
While there are tons of other adjustments that can be made, with some tables having more calibration options than others, these three are fairly universal and will get you in the ballpark of calibration, which is much better than fresh-from-the-dusty-garage. Tracking Pressure This is what the weight on the back of your tonearm is for—it controls how much pressure is put on the stylus as it tracks the record's grooves.
This should be set according to what's suggested in your cartridge's manual. Google around for your cartridge make and model and you should be able to find the manual, or your turntable manual may suggest a baseline range. Again, Vinyl Engine is a great resource for manuals. If you're installing a new cartridge, connect the red, blue, green and white wires to the corresponding marked terminals on the back of the cartridge.
If they're too loose and fall off the pins, put a toothpick inside wire clips and tighten it with the pliers. Once it's hooked up, loosely screw the cartridge into the headshell we'll be adjusting its alignment later with your hex screwdriver.
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