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Old 03-05-2012, 11:43 PM
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Thanks for your reply Todd.

I think that's why I like the book so much, it is indeed a catalyst for my creativity and has given me plenty to think about. I'm finding that I'm playing stuff that somehow had never occurred to me before. Its exciting to feel all fired up again about drumming.

One last thing, although I'm sure you have already been asked this, is there any likelihood of any clinics in the UK?
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Old 03-06-2012, 04:06 PM
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Hello Todd, first time exposure to your playing after purchasing your DVD. I really like your solid playing and the your lucid instruction style. I was wondering this: Do you find that wearing in-ear monitors actually protect your hearing from the sound pressure levels of drums and cymbals? It seems that they would if one was able to adjust the level coming in. It seems that you could be playing ff while the ears are hearing mf, no?

Thanks for your thoughts. Happy drumming!
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Old 03-07-2012, 08:33 AM
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Hi Todd,

Got the new DVD man, all I can say is AMAZING! Your playing has been really inspiring since I bought the first DVD. I even started taking lessons again because I wanted to take my playing to the next level. I guess you know my drum teacher! His name is Eddie Valley. We have been working with parididles A LOT lately and the plethora of stuff you have on the DVD's has been a wonderful aid to help corrolate some cool stuff. I started doing this thing with two single paradiddles and two inverted paradiddles. Anyways I am ranting, I definitely plan on buying the M and M book. Thanks for all the inspiration man take it easy!
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Old 03-08-2012, 12:57 AM
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last man---

That's great to hear. I'm glad you are digging the book! As far as clinics go, well, I haven't been invited by any dealers or festivals over there. That's what it would take. I do not decide where I do them... I have to be invited! Maybe you can start bugging dealers and festival organizers to get me over there! I will be at the Frankfurt Music Messe on March 22nd and I'll be at Adams Drum Fest in Belgium on March 25th. I sure hope I make it to the UK sometime soon...


Jeremy--


Absolutely. You can control your environment entirely. I mean, you can choose to blast your head off too, but using in ears is so much healthier on your ears than dealing with the decibel levels that drums and cymbals make.


krayziemex--


Thanks for sharing that with me---and glad you are digging the DVDs! Yeah, the book will help with the materials on MM1. Brad Schlueter did an incredible job with the transcriptions!

My best to you all-
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Old 03-24-2012, 04:10 PM
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Todd,

I got out of drumming for several years and just recently picked it back up. The reason I say that is to say that I didnt know who you were untill a friend recently told me to look you up on youtube. And just like that, you have become one of my very favorite drummers ever!!!! Your style, technique, and teaching ability are just awesome.

Welcome to the site, and thanks so much for showing people like me how to play things we have never played before in a way that we can understand and enjoy!!!!!

I hope to be able to catch you live in the future at either a concert or a drum clinic.

Later
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Old 03-29-2012, 09:50 PM
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Dear Todd

thank you for your awesome performance last week in Frankfurt.
Your solo was most inspiring and musically as well as technically
simply outstanding to me.

keep up the great work!!
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Old 04-03-2012, 10:52 AM
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Hi Todd,

I have a couple questions....

1: With the Vault crashes you use with Styx live, how tick are they? I'm comparing agianst A custom crashes by Zildjian. These are thin cymbals. Knowing you have good knowledge off the things you play, what are they? Thin, medium, thick?

2: Do you even change you main hats for a 13 inch model? To change up maybe? If not, why?
Me, myself, I use a 13 mostly, KZ by Zildjian

3: With the old precision ride, where they not natural in finish? With the Harmony Central interview you stated it is brillijant finish. Custom made at the time for you? Now a days the Liquid ride by Chester would be pretty much the same right?

That's all my questions for now. Hope you don't mind me being so..... full of questions!

cheers!

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Old 04-03-2012, 06:15 PM
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maybelooking---

Thanks for the kind words. I really appreciate it. Hope you get to check out the "real thing" with my dvds. Over 9 hours between the two of them. And welcome back to the world of drumming too!

http://www.toddsucherman.com/methods...chanics-2.html



Swiss---

Thanks! Man, it was just "throw and go"...no soundcheck, nothing! So I appreciate the kind words. Glad you were there.



Roger----

1. The Vaults are somewhat similar to the A Customs that were a bit thicker...I forget what they called the line. But they are bright and sturdy and most importantly musical. I use live 17", 18" 19" and a 20" AA Thin.

2. I haven't used 13"s since the 90s. I used KZs from '89-'97. That was the style then, but I really dig the 14"s. The 13"s seem thin and shrill in comparison but it really depends on the music, right?

3. The Precision ride is COMPLETELY different from the Liquid Ride. Chester had TWO rides and they were both renamed in the Vault series. They made both in Brilliant or Regular....whatever the customer wants.

There you go!


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Old 04-03-2012, 10:41 PM
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What are you doing in my backyard? I am in the golden horshoe (Niagara Falls through Toronto). If you are doing a clinic here and I miss out I am gonna be pissed with myself.
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Old 04-06-2012, 10:26 AM
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Hi Todd,

I've got another question....
If you would have to use a set with only 3 toms, what sizes would you use?
What is most versitile in your opinion?
You can imagine, me as a non-pro drummer, have 5 toms, no way :P at home maybe, but on stage, my band would kill me :P

so.... what's your opinion?

thank you Todd!


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Old 04-10-2012, 05:19 PM
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Uniongoon--

I did 4 Canadian dates with Lawrence Gowan last week.


Roger---

It depends on the music. So it really doesn't matter. 10, 12, 14 works, or 10, 12, 16. You can shuffle the sizes around but really....what's the music and what's the size rooms? That will dictate your answer!


I have some clinics coming up next week if anyone lives in these cities. Come out at say hello!

Todd

Monday April 16th
Mozingo Music
4689 Highway K
O’Fallon, MO 63368
7PM
$7 at the door
636-300-9553
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Tuesday April 17th
Daddy O’s Music
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Erins Pavilion Southwind Park
4965 S. Second Street
Springfield, IL 62703
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Wednesday April 18th
Hauer Music
120 South Patterson BVD
Dayton, Oh 45402
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Old 04-10-2012, 10:04 PM
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Wednesday April 18th
Hauer Music
120 South Patterson BVD
Dayton, Oh 45402
7PM
$5 at the door
937-222-2815
Damn! Wednesday is drum lesson night. Wonder if I can convince teach we need to drive up from Cincy and have lessons in Dayton that night? :)

Hope you can make it to Cincinnati some time as well.
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Old 04-10-2012, 10:55 PM
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Take your teacher with you and go see Todd!!
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Old 04-18-2012, 04:34 PM
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Hi Todd,

Just a quik question about sticks.
With your sticks being Maple, how much do you tend to break?
How long do you use one pair?

I've just recieved Vater 5B sugar Maple.
If I like these I'll order you sig maybe.
The vaters were easy to get so.....
But I sometimes play hard hitting stuff.
Mind you, Hickory 5Bs I wear out, they become thin.
I get rid off them when they break, arn't straight any more or do'n feel nice anymore....
Never broke one stick though!

Is maple for me? I know you tend too hit hard.

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Old 04-28-2012, 05:46 PM
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Roger---

A pair can last a song or an entire night. After all, they are wood. And wood is a natural product so it depends on the piece you get. I have found that to be true whether it's Maple, Hickory or Oak....and whether it's Promark, Vater, Vic, etc.

The nice thing (for me) about Maple is that they don't shred like Hickory. They just sort of dent, and when it's time they just snap. Also the tips never chip. They often do with Hickory, but playing Maple sticks for the better part of 30 years, I've seen maybe 3 tips chip in that time frame. Pretty impressive.

I hope you check my stick out and that it works for you. I feel it's a unique design and I've never been happier using the 330Ws since they were designed in 2004.

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Old 04-30-2012, 10:16 AM
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Hi
Just wanted to say how inspirational your musicianship is. After "discovering" you on the 2008 Modern Drummer DVD last year, I have now gotten (oh, I bought them for my own money of course, still old fashioned in that sense) your DVDs as well as most of the Styx stuff with you on them (both Cds and live dvds). I thought that I had heard and "knew" all the bands, records and drummers that I could imagine and wanted to. Now I can add Styx and you to that list. Not putting down John Panozzos original parts, you have certainly raised the bar the way you play them.
Your Methods and Mechanics dvds are awesome, so inspirational, beautifully shot and musically brilliant and relevant. Watching a lot of drum-instructional dvds (and I got a lot of them), some makes me give up, some just full of technical and über-fast playing and some are just a show-off.
Although I'll never reach your level, your playing makes me want to play more, practice more and try to get better.
What more can you ask for? Now excuse me, but I'm off to my rehearsal space.

Cheers from Norway. (Don't rule out a couple of questions on this web in the future)

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Old 05-01-2012, 09:42 AM
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Kjetil,

Thanks for that note. I really appreciate your feedback and I'm so happy to hear that you enjoy my DVDs and my work with the band. Ask anything you wish.....
Thanks again!

Cheers from McAllen, TX.

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Old 05-01-2012, 02:13 PM
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Todd,

Have a great tour, stay safe and if you need any assistance on the road don't forget to check out Methods and Mechanics 2, lots of good tips in there for the traveling musician.

Hope to catch you at Meadowbrook NH. Best of luck.

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Old 05-11-2012, 08:02 PM
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Thanks, 2B!

Cheers from Oklahoma City,
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Old 05-13-2012, 07:51 AM
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I caught the show at Cynthia Woods tonight and was completely blown away. The musicianship of you and your band was outstanding and very inspirational! Love that gong drum.....
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Old 05-24-2012, 04:51 AM
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Thanks a lot!!!

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Old 06-13-2012, 03:59 PM
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Hey Todd!! I'm gonna ask probably the same question already posted (but I can't seem to find it LOL)..

In M&M II, besides your Vault Precision Ride, you are using another (what looks to be) 22" Prototype ride with some heavy HH hammering and a raw bell. Is that something you are working with SABIAN on, or is it a ride model that was already in Area 51 and you stumbled upon it? Is it a Medium or Medium Heavy weighted ride? Any official name of it? I really really dig it.

OR.. maybe that's the 20" prototype ride you found in the SABIAN office one day? I remember you used that ride on the first M&M.

Thanks again!!

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Old 06-14-2012, 09:16 AM
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Hi Todd

My drum teacher at college showed me a few clips from your DVD (not sure which one) but the bit where you do the Blushda :) After seeing you, Gavin Harrison and Gregg Bissonette playing it, I have, almost, exhausted using it in as many ways as I can.

My question is what other rudiments do you think are really interesting and can make fills have a nice texture to them?

All the best

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Old 06-16-2012, 11:12 PM
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Hi Trip,


It's a 22" prototype of the prototype 20" I used in the MM1 DVD. I had them make me a 22" basically. It's a bit of an anomaly as it has a strong bell, nice definition and good wash. It's too light for the Styx gig but it's a great all purpose ride. If you want one--have your dealer contact Mark Love at Sabian. He knows exactly what it is and can make you one.

Thanks!



Hi Sam,

I can best answer your question with the 35 minute section on hands that goes through all the rudiments, compound stickings, hybrid rudiments I employ in my playing. The I take that same amount of time going through those on a drum set and showing different orchestrations and note rates you can use within time feels of actual playing. I could never describe all of this…and hence, why it is in DVD form. I hope you'll consider picking it up from my web store at the link below. I hope it helps you break through some walls and that it inspires your playing.

My best to you--

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Old 06-24-2012, 04:09 PM
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Dear Todd

I love Jerry Goodman's compositions, so beautiful, and so organically odd-time!
Is there a cd available with his material? And if so, did you play on it?
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Old 06-25-2012, 01:28 AM
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It's a 22" prototype of the prototype 20" I used in the MM1 DVD. I had them make me a 22" basically. It's a bit of an anomaly as it has a strong bell, nice definition and good wash. It's too light for the Styx gig but it's a great all purpose ride. If you want one--have your dealer contact Mark Love at Sabian. He knows exactly what it is and can make you one.

Thanks!
Thanks so much for that bit of info! I will give it a whirl after some funds are saved :)
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Old 06-26-2012, 02:45 AM
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Matthias--

Jerry was in Mahavishnu Orchestra in the early 70s and then put out a few records under his own name in the 80s. My favorite is the live one called "It's Alive". I did not play on any of his records as I did not know him until the 90s.


Trip---

No problem!

Cheers from Cincinnati-
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Old 08-03-2012, 08:23 PM
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For anyone interested, here's two clips from a trip I just took with my wife to Conesus Lake, NY. We are both on the dock playing with our pal-- the incredible Joe Brucato. Great song for a summer's day, and then Taylor joined in on the next one. Hope you enjoy, and that you are all having a beautiful summer. We are!

Cheers,
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6w3f...layer_embedded


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Old 08-03-2012, 10:36 PM
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Can't wait to see you Todd and the rest of Styx at PNC Park this month. And this time, the place will be sold out not only because of your great music but, believe it or not, the Pirates have actually had a winning season (so far...). Take care and thanks for the clips.
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For anyone interested, here's two clips from a trip I just took with my wife to Conesus Lake, NY. We are both on the dock playing with our pal-- the incredible Joe Brucato. Great song for a summer's day, and then Taylor joined in on the next one. Hope you enjoy, and that you are all having a beautiful summer. We are!

Cheers,
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6w3f...layer_embedded


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=zW2x3hxJE0M
Very cool............
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Old 08-09-2012, 10:02 PM
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For anyone interested, here's two clips from a trip I just took with my wife to Conesus Lake, NY. We are both on the dock playing with our pal-- the incredible Joe Brucato. Great song for a summer's day, and then Taylor joined in on the next one. Hope you enjoy, and that you are all having a beautiful summer. We are!

Cheers,
Todd

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6w3f...layer_embedded


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=zW2x3hxJE0M
Awesome! Is that the new Pearl Honda Signature 28x24 snare you're playing nowadays?

BTW, I just received my M&M II DVD in the mail the other day... cannot WAIT to crack it open and watch!

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Old 08-19-2012, 08:12 AM
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Hi Todd!

I've stumbled across some snares by Qdrums (manufacturer from Poland) on German Ebay. I was blown away by the cosmetics of one of those snares and quite surprised to learn that this snare model was designed by/built for you.

http://www.ebay.de/itm/Custom-shop-h...item3cc9dc14c2

Here's a few pics I've merged from the auction and one detail pic I found on their website.

Can you give us some more info on that snare? It looks absolutely gorgeous/killer! And the buy-it-now price is unbelievably low. That manufacturer seems to be pretty inventive (e.g. full tom sounds with very shallow shells) - being more established in the drumming community, that snare might cost a few times more (might happen soon).

On their website I also found that they produce some signature sticks with your name on them. What about those? Have you started using them?

(Hopefully my questions don't interfere with existing endorsement deals. If so - I apologize [for my curiosity]).
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Old 08-19-2012, 09:23 PM
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That snare is one killer snare !!
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Old 08-20-2012, 08:58 PM
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Dominick--

Hope you dig the dvd!


Arky--


OK. Basically Sebastian (from Qdrums) offered to build me a drum. That's what I chose from his website and he asked for my signature. So he made me the drum and it's great. Now he has been selling them….which is fine. But I have no affiliation with his company, nor do I benefit from any proceeds. I will have to address him about the sticks (which is news to me) as that is an infringement on my Pro Mark signature stick endorsement--and I use my Pro Mark model exclusively. Thanks for bringing this to my attention!

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Old 08-27-2012, 05:18 PM
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That is just wrong. Qdrums is not cool at all. Just sayn!
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Old 08-30-2012, 12:33 AM
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Hey John,

He's cool, even though that was a little dicey... just over zealous perhaps. Anyway, they are cool drums.

Cheers!
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Old 09-01-2012, 04:59 PM
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Got ya. But what is really cool is you!! Ha- You're the best. See you at PASIC!!!
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Old 09-18-2012, 05:42 PM
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Love the new OBSESSED Sabian video Todd! Would have liked to see you play those cymbals a little, did they make an alternate version of this promo vid?

I was however, waiting for you to go, "I am totally obsessed with BLUSHDA-BLUSHDA-BLUSHDA-CRASH-CRASH-BOOM-BLUSHDA-BLUSHDA" or "I'm obessed with Playing Demo".


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31eGBjKfyQc


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Old 10-05-2012, 07:07 PM
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Thanks, Dominick!

I thought it might be more entertaining going against the grain of the ad campaign. Glad you liked it!

Feel free to share the crazy….

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31eGB...e_gdata_player

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Old 10-19-2012, 02:23 PM
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Great clinic here in Weymouth, MA by Todd Sucherman. The guy has been on the road since April - gotta be tired - but he brought it something crazy last night. Nearly thirty minute solo and lots of time spent answering questions. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and passion Todd.
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