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    Re: Darkroom music

    I listen to a wide range of music. But for the most part I like to listen to bluegrass or folk country while working in the dark room. But some times I like to make prints while rocking out to metal bands like Ministry. The trick is that I wear headphones and use an iPod shuffle because it has no screen and gives off no light in the dark room.

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    In the darkroom R. Carlos Nakai works well for me.

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    Music distracts my mind, that's what it's there for. Last thing I want is to be distracted as I'm reaching for the fixer before the developer...
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    I rarely listen to music in the darkroom. I enjoy listening to BBC World Service. Only in the darkroom do I have the patience to listen to news. On saterdays they broadcast the English Premier League which is fun. Although I prefer the German Budesliga.
    Otherwise if I listen to music it will have to be Pink Floyd.

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    No love for classical? What a shame.

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    Pink Floyd is classical

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    Darkroom music

    Quote Originally Posted by AndreasT View Post
    Pink Floyd is classical
    I like a lot of different music but IMHO there is none better than Pink Floyd. :-)
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    We have to be careful now, not that we start a heated debate about music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreasT View Post
    We have to be careful now, not that we start a heated debate about music.
    Heated?

    Didn't you know you can run the Kodak music at room temperature and still get good colour?

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    Kodachrome by Paul Simon.

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