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    @slopesandsam You might have been thinking about halo ninetynine by mokeejc, but Portrait of Decay (archived) was much more comprehensive in its collection. Glad to see @Pyract keeping the dream alive today at ol' nindestruct

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    Is there a dark theme for those who have sensitive eyes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by katara View Post
    Is there a dark theme for those who have sensitive eyes?
    Not at the moment, but I'll work on it this month.

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    Whoops, look like someone forgot to renew the domain name!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeptikk View Post
    Whoops, look like someone forgot to renew the domain name!
    @Leviathant i'm sure you're already aware, but .com is still working fine; .net redirects to a network solutions page

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    Blugh. Thanks folks. I keep meaning to move it off Network Solutions but they're big on dark patterns there, and it's hard to make time. The old domain should be back up soon.

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    So hum, anyone knows where that Revolver TDS-era interview went ? https://www.theninhotline.com/archiv.../key394a.shtml

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    Quote Originally Posted by StockAvuryah View Post
    So hum, anyone knows where that Revolver TDS-era interview went ? https://www.theninhotline.com/archiv.../key394a.shtml
    Can you elaborate a bit more? Revolver didnít exist until 2000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tricil View Post
    Can you elaborate a bit more? Revolver didn’t exist until 2000.
    It's an article from 1994 where he talks about gear and production of TDS, one of the first times he talks about Piggy drums etc, must be one of the most shared interview of the time, I can't find the new URL with the search tool on theninhotline though

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    Quote Originally Posted by StockAvuryah View Post
    It's an article from 1994 where he talks about gear and production of TDS, one of the first times he talks about Piggy drums etc, must be one of the most shared interview of the time, I can't find the new URL with the search tool on theninhotline though
    It was Keyboard Magazine. It seems to be missing from the archive at the moment. I quoted it here: https://www.echoingthesound.org/comm...5838#post95838

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyract View Post
    It was Keyboard Magazine. It seems to be missing from the archive at the moment. I quoted it here: https://www.echoingthesound.org/comm...5838#post95838
    I see, thank you.

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    @Pyract @StockAvuryah Is this what you're looking for? https://www.theninhotline.com/archives/articles/manager/display_article.php?id=548

    From the front page of the Hotline, click "Articles" and you get a breakdown of articles by type. You can also search the article archive by using the search that's at the top-right corner. I probably should have set up 301 redirects for the old HTML copies of the articles, but I barely squeezed out the new site as it is, and I still need to revamp the "archives" section of the site so people can get to old updates and things like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leviathant View Post
    @Pyract @StockAvuryah Is this what you're looking for? https://www.theninhotline.com/archives/articles/manager/display_article.php?id=548

    From the front page of the Hotline, click "Articles" and you get a breakdown of articles by type. You can also search the article archive by using the search that's at the top-right corner. I probably should have set up 301 redirects for the old HTML copies of the articles, but I barely squeezed out the new site as it is, and I still need to revamp the "archives" section of the site so people can get to old updates and things like that.
    That's the one. Thanks! I was on my phone and didn't check anything past the old link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leviathant View Post
    @Pyract @StockAvuryah Is this what you're looking for? https://www.theninhotline.com/archives/articles/manager/display_article.php?id=548

    From the front page of the Hotline, click "Articles" and you get a breakdown of articles by type. You can also search the article archive by using the search that's at the top-right corner. I probably should have set up 301 redirects for the old HTML copies of the articles, but I barely squeezed out the new site as it is, and I still need to revamp the "archives" section of the site so people can get to old updates and things like that.
    Thank you ! Keep at it, as long as nothing is lost in the database, it's just a matter of fiddling with the model of the website. A pain in the ass, but always worth it eh. (the search works very well I was just bad at it)

    What a great interview. If TDS is the keyboard album, TF is the guitar album, and BW the sax album.. I feel like Trent really hits hard when he has a specific instrument to base his sound around.

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