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    Even More Ludwig Dresden 3D Printing Mods

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    My holy grail of Ludwig Dresden timpani 3D printed mods has been a fine-toothed ratchet. As anyone familiar with these instruments knows, they have a serious design flaw: the ratchet teeth are too wide, making it impossible to tune the drum accurately using only the pedal. Players (and I was one) have to use the […]

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    More Ludwig Dresden Timpani 3D Printing Mods

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    We’ve Got Stacks and Stacks of Letters Though it’s been a while since I’ve posted about my Ludwig Dresden timpani mods, I haven’t stopped tweaking them. My latest innovation is printing plastic letter covers that slip over small rare-earth magnets as part of my string gauges. This makes the letters larger and easier to read. […]

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    My Brush with Task Specific Dystonia

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    The Glitch Task specific dystonia or focal dystonia is a condition so feared among performing artists that it is rarely spoken of. That is because it has been a career ender for many accomplished musicians. It is a neurological problem that is only dimly understood but is most commonly triggered by over practicing coupled with […]

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    A Visit to Harlan Percussion World Headquarters

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    It’s been over two years since I posted anything on these pages, but as we’re clawing our collective way out of a pandemic, it’s a good time dust off my blog. This entry is about reconnecting with an old friend who moved back home town to St. Louis after decades of living out of town. […]

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    Guest Post: the Last Word (for now) on Empire Szechuan Gourmet Cold Sesame Noodles

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    If you’ve read my 2013 post on this subject, Cold Sesame Noodles Revisited, or my even earlier post from 2009, you know that I’ve spent over 40 years trying to recreate the cold sesame noodles from Empire Szechuan Gourmet in New York. After reading my earlier posts, another passionate noodle fan reached out to me. […]

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    Gon Bops in Paint

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    Here’s my impressionistical painting of a Gon Bops conga. I will lump it in with the Drumstick paintings, though there are, obviously, no sticks in sight. Share on Facebook

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