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A bit of a boring subject on a Friday night but has anyone got any collecting hobbies? I’ve been toying with the idea for a while but I’m not drawn to anything. A few people in work are collectors of coins, classic model cars, army memorabilia and the money the items are worth now to what they paid at the time is impressive

posted on 24/1/20

comment by Irishred (U2539)
posted 2 minutes ago
Used scanties
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Impressive

posted on 24/1/20

The 4 hobbies mentioned in the OP are literally the stereotype hobbies, who collects coins or stamps these days?

If you love movies and go to the movies a lot and read up about them and follow movie forums, then thats your hobby.

What do you have an interest in? My hobby changes all the time, it just what interests me at that moment in time. At some point I decided to build my own PC, so that became a hobby, now its built, we move on. Done photography for a good bit, made me nice change on the side. Now I bought a DJI Osmo for my phone and a GoPro Hero 8 for footage. Next thing is a DJI drone.

When that gets boring, Ill take up something else.

comment by KLS (U1695)

posted on 24/1/20

I have a habit of collecting teaspoons and when I say collecting I mean liberating.

posted on 24/1/20

2 main ones, got a recording studio in the spare bedroom, and model making

Not plastic kits or anything, wooden ship kits which literally take hundreds of hours to complete
Currently doing the Corel HMS Victory

posted on 24/1/20

What you got in your studio? Logic? Ableton? Cubase? Studio1?

posted on 24/1/20

I've been running Cakewalk Sonar since 2007, now taken over by Bandlab after Gibson abandoned it and the core program is available free!!

posted on 24/1/20

comment by 🏆 🏆 🏆 Keep It Greasy 🏆 🏆 🏆So It'll Go Down Easy (U1396)
posted 8 minutes ago
I've been running Cakewalk Sonar since 2007, now taken over by Bandlab after Gibson abandoned it and the core program is available free!!
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Nice. Sonar is pretty decent. I must say I rather like sbleton for it’s fine stretching algorithms, which are incredible. But it’s more focussed on electronic music.

Can do some amazing things these days with iPads Plummed into some of these bits of kit.

posted on 24/1/20

I'm currently thinking about totally remodelling my studio.

I never liked the layout after the last time I did it.

More work

posted on 25/1/20

Unless you are one of the growing number of bearded hipsters, you can consider taking up traditional wet shaving using a double edge razor/blade.
Vintage Gillette and Wilkinson Sword razors are relatively inexpensive and plentiful. Or you can purchase new razors that use the traditional DE blades.
Collections include not only razors, but various brushes and soaps.
The bonuses to collecting are:
A far better shave than the ubiquitous multi blade cartridge razors.
DE blades cost pennies compared to £15+ for a 3 pack of multiblade cartridges.

posted on 25/1/20

You can become a sh@gger of hot women and keep some sort of memoir. A hobby is a hobby.

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