I have a base model 2.5i 2014 Outback. While, overall, it's a fine car, the CVT engine drives me bananas. I've heard of kits or ways to reprogram the CVT to perform better on mileage and shifting, but I have no idea where to start looking or learning. Anyone have any tips or resources that can help me get started?
I posted my pre-birth cakes a few weeks ago and we ended up trashing 8 of 10 jars due to contamination. We birthed 2 last week and since I've never done this before I'm still trying to figure out what's ok and what's not. http://imgur.com/a/m50fRO0
In the first picture, you can see a little bit of greenish blue on the top of the cake. I don't know if that's bruising or mold. Both cakes also have lots of fuzz on them. I'm circulating air and fanning them, and they are at a good humidity. Are both of the cakes fucked? They're golden teachers. Thanks!
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I have a Monomachine, 0Coast, Virus C, and AnalogFour. The MM is mostly my expensive toy as I never use it for songs, the 0Coast is great, but limited for musicality, the A4 is fantastic but I def find myself wishing for more than 4 voices, and the Virus is a beast that is sometimes hard to tame but I've been learning a lot more of it recently.
I'm interested in possibly ditching the A4 for another analog. While I do use the sequencer, I don't really use the parameter locks on it much, especially since it's almost always sequenced via my DAW. With that said, I've been debating selling it and getting something with deeper sound design that I can just control via my OT or DAW. I'm def interested in a desktop unit over keys. I'm def interested in being able save presets, too.
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Here's the big list again. I'm 99% sure they're all still available. I'm also pretty sure all prices are for the whole lot, but I may have made a few mistakes here and there. Shipping is from the suburbs of Philadelphia and you have to pay shipping. The more you buy the more I'll discount them.