Saturday, November 5, 2011

The State



  1. Rothbard rules. Just those few words alone are more powerful than any arm ever was.

  2. shame the song sucks..

  3. Robert, it is interesting that you posted this because the man speaking in the background is Jeff Riggenbach. I was trying to explain to you the concepts of spatial dynamics and reflections (aka reverb) with regard to recorded material a week or so ago. Anyway, I had brought up Jeff Riggenbach as an example of a relatively "dry" application of reverb, much like what is found in most spoken-word (book on tape) voice recordings.

    Anyhow, now you know who I was talking about. :)

    For those interested in Mises Media youtube videos, there are two fantastic sources. The first is obviously the 'Mises Media' channel. However, another fantastic source is the youtube channel 'Liberty In Our Time'. I don't know who runs it, but they definitely fill in any gaps that the LvMI leaves unfulfilled with regard to youtube uploads. I would guess that they are somehow affiliated with LvMI, but this is only due to the fact that almost all of their video and audio uploads come straight from LvMI's media section.

    I am certainly not a fan of electronic/dance music; I prefer live instrumentation. But, it is nice to hear a little Rothbardian theory in any song that will be listened to by those who might have otherwise not heard it. For that I give a big salute.

  4. Techno + Rothbard = SICK!