Every once in a while word of yoga guy's "concerts" spreads to another group that hasn't heard of him before and ends up believing that he is the path to musical success.
Last week a bus pulled into town and some forty people got off at the stop across the street from the Nutjob Hills Diner. I was there having coffee and what I saw gave me chills.
Forty people, ranging in age from five to eighty filed off the bus, each carrying a different sizes and styles of Djembes. As they made their way on foot across the square toward the street I live on I couldn't help shaking my head and asking "Why me?"
I knew this was going to be an ugly sound and I was right.
So with yoga guy on the rampage again, doing his level best to insure that as many people as possible hear his "music" whether they want to or not one local kid has come up with a unique way to handle it.
He decided that the best way to go was to do something that cancels out the music. He got a bunch of electronic gear together and built a circuit. He got a set of denon headphones at guitar center and wired the new sound processing circuit to the headphones.
According to him it takes the sound input and then does a bunch of stuff to actually cancel out the "music" that yoga guy is playing more and more often, leaving only the things that he doesn't mind hearing.
The only problem is that the whole system isn't very portable because it requires three phase 240 volts to power it.
Now that the Kethane miner is on course for Duna once again, I'm launching a "Fuel Train" to bring several fully loaded Jumbo 64's out there to help with the fuel situation until I can get an additional Kethane ship out there.