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Given the advent of technology, gentrification, or some of the push towards urban areas, I imagine it's a bit easier to kind of fall into that. Von Till: I just can't imagine life any different, really.
I've always had this deep existential longing for some sort of connection. Whether it's the connection to the ancient past, maybe what our ancestors or indigenous people would have thought of how they saw the universe or a deeper connection to seasons and to the cycles of nature and of life and death.
We get so divorced in our modern world from real connection. When I lived in the city, it was longing. I never became an adventurer because of that longing. I never spent months backpacking mountain terrain or anything, but eventually, I realized in order to find peace, I had to find space. I had to choose my career as a teacher and being in a DIY music lifestyle, which is very busy.
In order for me to be more connected to nature, I had to get the hell out of the city so that I can live in it.
I need to be able to walk out the door and see nature on a daily basis because if it involves scheduling time to go visit nature, it's not going to happen often enough.
I need to be where the weather dictates my day a little bit more and we're in a place long enough to recognize how the natural cycles of things affect what wildflowers are growing next in the cycle of the year or what the indicators are that autumn is coming or what cycle of the moon is happening right now.
I've seen so many more sunrises and sunsets living out here than I ever saw in an urban environment, you know? I think that alone is huge. It sounds like you have this oneness with things now that you find yourself out in Idaho compared to what you were dealing with in the city. Going back to what you mentioned about being in Germany with your wife and kids. The megalithic history of old-world Germany and then comparing it to where you're at in Idaho.
How does that vibe that you pick up in Germany—where that spawned a lot of this early material for this new record—compare to being at home in Idaho? Von Till: The land has a different energy. Humans haven't manipulated the landscape here because they absolutely have, but it's different. We've only been here for a couple of hundred years. You can think you're in the middle of nowhere and come across an old logging road somewhere or a mine shaft in the middle of nowhere and realize that people have been crawling all around here looking for ways to earn a dollar.
It is just rawer, rougher, wilder, you know, at least for North America. I think it's some of the more wild territory we still have left. So, that brings with it a different energy. I am now. Von Till: It's still the Wild West.
We're not rooted here, and that energy is very much here as well. The human energy is still that kind of Wild West thing, but the natural energy is a little wilder. Grizzly bears and wolves command a certain amount of respect. There aren't those centuries and centuries—except for the native people whose ancestors are from here. They probably pick up on a deeper connection that is not available to me. I can empathize with it. I can long for wanting that type of connection, but I'll never have it.
That kind of raw is more recent in that regard too. I'm originally from North Carolina and when I moved west I found you do still get this feeling of the Wild West as you find your way out here. Also, being in Colorado for a while, you do have these remnants, these visible ghosts of life in the West. Von Till: Even the way the land seems.
That earth can just crumble through your hands because it's been plowed and tilled and plowed and tilled and cleared and plowed.
Yeah, that's very true. I think maybe because partly I've never been to Europe, I don't really have a good grasp of what it looks like there. But definitely from East Coast US to the Pacific Northwest, there's a lot more of being in touch with indigenous tribes and First Nations—the roots and the soil that kind of built this part of the country.
I can see your draw to get into nature, especially where you're at. Von Till: It was definitely the right move for me. How long have you been there now? Von Till: Fifteen years. I have been here officially 15 months. Do you get out in Washington a lot? Von Till: You know, one thing that I have not done as I have not explored the Olympics and that's on my bucket list—to get out there a bit.
Each earpiece weighs 3 grams, compared to 4 grams by AirPods. If the design manages to create an illusion, once in the ears, there is no longer any doubt.
These are not AirPods, but the. I12 TWS. The sound is sorely lacking in bass, even more than their crunchy counterparts of an apple, but after all, we are in front of headphones and we should not expect perfect sound quality either. Even more so than the model copied, the Apple AirPods does not really excel in this area. Apple had a good idea to equip its AirPods with a dedicated chip - W1 on the first generation, H1 on the second - allowing easy pairing with iOS devices, with the little animation that is going well.
These are simple Bluetooth headphones that connect via Bluetooth settings. It sounds obvious, you will tell me, but it is true that the ease of pairing AirPods is really pleasant on a daily basis.
The question to ask yourself is if you are sensitive to this type of refinement, and especially if it is worth spending much more money to benefit from it. With a design identical to that of the AirPods and sound quality more than correct, one wonders if there is an eel under a rock, and one might think that autonomy would not follow.
Well no, on the contrary. You can easily reach between three and four hours of listening time thanks to the small 55mAh battery contained in each earphone. In addition, the case is capable of recharging the headphones up to five times, offering something to get away from a weekend without having to recharge them once.
The manufacturers have even pushed the vice to adopt a lightning plug for recharging. You will be able to use the cable from an iPhone, or the one offered in the box. We find these headphones everywhere on the canvas, but watch out for imitations of imitations!
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