Fine Tuning Gone

As a result of the merger of XM and Sirius, the lineup of channels has been changed. I for one am confused by the changes – but that’s not my current source of pain. My current source of pain is the absence of my favorite channel – Fine Tuning.
I really enjoyed Fine Tuning. The channel’s ‘focus’ was on a eclectic selection of artists. Jazz, classics, progressive rock, new age were all fused together in to a very enjoyable collection.
The absence of the channel has not produced the outcry I would have expected – so maybe I’m an outlier on this subject.

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4 thoughts on “Fine Tuning Gone”

  1. I loved Fine Tuning. That was the main reason I had XM in the 1st place. For some reason, Sirius management replaced it with Cinemagic. And you can’t find about 75% of what was on Fine Tuning on any of the other channels. I haven’t heard any Pat Methany, Taliasin Orchestra, etc since this idiotic move back in November. Maybe Sirius doesn’t like people who can think.

  2. I loved Fine Tuning. That was the main reason I had XM in the 1st place. For some reason, Sirius management replaced it with Cinemagic. And you can’t find about 75% of what was on Fine Tuning on any of the other channels. I haven’t heard any Pat Methany, Taliasin Orchestra, etc since this idiotic move back in November. Maybe Sirius doesn’t like people who can think.

  3. Agreed Dave. Cinemagic wasn’t really a replacement. From what I’ve seen so far, the merged company is much less adventurous – and much more commercial in their approach.

  4. Agreed Dave. Cinemagic wasn’t really a replacement. From what I’ve seen so far, the merged company is much less adventurous – and much more commercial in their approach.

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