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Bush Furniture Stanford Audio Rack Cabinet

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  • United States railroad executive and founder of Stanford University (1824-1893)
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Bush Furniture Stanford Collection TV Stand and Audio Rack
Bush Furniture Stanford Collection TV Stand and Audio Rack
Included Items: Bush Stanford Television Stand in Antique Black (Quantity: 1 Included ). Bush Furniture Stanford Audio Cabinet with 2 Adjustable Shelves, Glass Door, in Black and Cherry (Quantity: 1 Included ). This antique black television stand can support up to a 50 8221; plasma, LED, or LCD screen or up to a 36 8221; CRT TV of up to 117 pounds. This product features elegant styling along with functional design. Tempered glass cabinets protect your audio components and electronics from contaminants like dust. Aside from its aesthetically pleasing design, the Bush Furniture Stanford Video Base also features a scratch resistant laminated finish for scratch resistance and stain protection. Features: Tempered glass cabinet doors for dust resistance and protectionInterior shelving is adjustable for your customizationBack panel rear access for concealment of cables and wiringStylish dentil mouldingAccommodates most 36" CRT TVs or 50" Plasma,LCD TVs up to 117 lbs. Engineered hard wood construction with durable laminate veneer finishColor is Antique Black, which means it is made to look weathered for a distinctive look. It will be discolored and have distressing. It is not pure black and other colors will be visible. Manufacturer's 1-year warranty Specifications: Product dimensions: 24.4" H x 47.6" W x 23.5" D Lower Right Left Compartments: 15" H x 21.8" W x 20.8" D Television Compartment: 47.6" W x 21.4" DIf you 8217;re searching for a high quality wood audio cabinet with a front entry glass door you 8217;ve found what you 8217;re looking for. The Bush Furniture Stanford Audio Cabinet,Rack is a solid wood electronic component storage cabinet and rack for media components. The shelves in this piece are large enough to hold non-electronic items such as vases and books to suit your style and taste. Features: Closing tempered glass door for component protection from dustTwo adjustable sh

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Stanford Men
Stanford Men
This photo is in my father-in-law's Stanford scrapbook. He was in the class of 1911. He is in the third row, second from the right, wearing a white shirt with a banded collar and no tie. My father-in-law labeled some of the photos in his scrapbook, but not this one. It could be a photo of his fraternity, or it may be the debating society of which he was a leading member. Surely the group is too small to be his entire class. A couple of the men are wearing bulky turtleneck sweaters with the letter "S." I am guessing they're athletes, possibly members of the football squad. As I peruse the scrapbook, I am getting the impression that hats were an important part of college life at the beginning of the last century. Students signaled their roles and memberships within the undergraduate community in part by the hats they wore. Having said all that, I do not know what the hats in the foreground signify. On close examination, they all appear to be hand painted, some much more elaborately than others. They are also quite beat up, symbols or trophies, perhaps, of a great event in which their wearers participated. Maybe it's just the natty attire, but these men seem more mature and - pardon the expression - sophisticated - than many undergraduates today. To today's eyes, this group may seem to be dressed rather formally for college students. However, their contemporaries would have recognized the style as quintessentially collegiate, too casual for business and just a little too rarified for daily wear outside the groves of academe.
Stanford Gymnastics Club
Stanford Gymnastics Club
I think this is a photo of the Stanford Gymnastics Club (S.G.C.). My father-in-law, Stanford class of 1911, is in the second row, middle. I bet you that, unlike their counterparts today, not one of these men was turned over to the gymnastics industry as a tot to fulfill their parents' ambitions of producing an olympian and/or a top athlete who'd be fought over by recruiters from top universities such as Stanford. These men probably simply participated because they enjoyed the sport and were good at it. Many might even have been walk-ons. This is one of many photographs in the Stanford scrapbook my father-in-law began assembling in October 1908. Unfortunately, the pages in the album are bound, so it is not possible to remove individual pages for scanning without dismantling the album, which we do not want to do. That means it is hard to flatten the pages sufficiently to remove the wrinkles. Well, it adds to the period look.

bush furniture stanford audio rack cabinet
bush furniture stanford audio rack cabinet
Understanding Audio: Getting the Most Out of Your Project or Professional Recording Studio
Understanding Audio explores the fundamentals of audio and acoustics that impact every stage of the music recording process. Whether you are a musician setting up your first Pro Tools project studio, or you are a seasoned recording engineer or producer eager to find a reference that fills in the gaps in your understanding of audio, this book is for you. Understanding Audio will enable you to develop a thorough understanding of the underlying principles of sound, and take some of the mystery and guesswork out of how equipment setup affects the quality of your recordings. Projects at the end of each chapter will assist you in applying these principles to your own recording environment. Learn about: *Basic and Advanced audio theory *Cables and studio wiring *Recording studio and console signal flow *Digital and analog audio *Studio and listening room acoustics *Psychoacoustics *"In the Studio" insights, relating audio principles to real recording situations About the Author Daniel M. Thompson is Assistant Chair of Music Production and Engineering at Berklee College of Music. An independent writer/producer and recording engineer, his credits include work for major films and television including ER and The Sopranos. He is a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS), the Audio Engineering Society (AES), and the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). BUZZ "This is probably the best primer on recording fundamentals and techniques that I've ever read. I wish I had a book that was this comprehensive when I started my career. It's simple and easy to understand, and the diagrams are perfect. From basic audio principles to current digital technology, this book has something to offer everybody in the industry. This book should be a requirement for every entry-level engineering student." -Elliot Scheiner, Multi-Grammy-winning engineer and producer (Steely Dan, The Eagles, Sting) "A must for the musician/producer with a home studio. One of the best 'how-to' books available to help put you on the path toward fulfilling your career goals." -Don Puluse, Recording engineer (Chicago, Sly & the Family Stone, Billy Joel) "Presents clear explanations of technical audio topics ranging from microphones to loudspeakers. It concisely delivers the goods that you will need to make better audio recordings. Be sure to thank Thompson when you pick up your Grammy." -Ken Pohlmann, Author, Director of Music Engineering Technology, University of Miami-Florida