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livestock in the studio: gobos, patience, and hay

are there any rural folks rolling tape in the barn?

again, my apologies, due to personal troubles the only thing that
makes sense is unapologetic absurdity, go ahead, move on to
another thread, i understand



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Only to record the cowbell track!
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A little livestock always worked....

I have a small residential place in upstate NY.
When my bands / artists wouldn't get up at the agreed start time for days session.
I had a secret weapon that always worked.

After trying raise them (the band) a few times with no success, I would go outside to the barn get a few of the studios goats, and place one goat into each of the 3 bedrooms.

Sure enough, in only a few minutes everyone in the band was up and out of the bedrooms!

Worked like a charm!
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After trying raise them (the band) a few times with no success, I would go outside to the barn get a few of the studios goats, and place one goat into each of the 3 bedrooms.
Don't the goats complain about the smell?
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The real problem is the banjo and the chickens are in the same frequency range, and trying for isolation is a real pain....

Cattle don't mind....but the hounds just unionized, and are out back gnawing on a piece of straw....

We put Viagra in the chicken feed to raise the price of eggs....

I tried to be a chicken farmer, but after 3 failed crops realized I was planting them too deep...

I dropped my watch in the sheep dip - it killed all the ticks...

And yes, it IS my week to use the tooth.


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I'm jealous

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