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THE OCEAN – New Brittle Star Fossil “Ophiacantha Oceani” Named After Band; Video

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“Ophiacantha Oceani”, a new brittle star fossil discovered by palaeontologists Dr. Lea Numberger and Dr. Ben Thuy at the Natural History Museum of Luxembourg, was named after Berlin progressive metal band The Ocean to celebrate their palaeontology-inspired music. “Musicians who so skillfully combine arts and science, composing albums like…For more, check out: (Source)

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Making Vinyl Webinar: Ask the Mastering Engineers – Europe

Ask the Mastering Engineers - Europe 24 September at 18:00 Berlin (12 PM New York) This 1-hour session will be fast-paced and will demystify the vinyl record cutting process. Get the customized answers to your specific situation to ensure high-quality pressings every time. Moderated By: Scott Hull - Masterdisk Rainer Maillard - Emil Berliner Studios Rinus Hooning - Record Industry Register Here   The post Making Vinyl Webinar: Ask the Mastering Engineers - Europe appeared first on Music Connection Magazine. […]

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