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"Hello!—it looks like some kind of building—completely black—quite hard to see. No windows or any other features. Just a big, vertical slab—it must be at least a mile high to be visible from this distance. It reminds me—of course! It's just like the thing you found on the moon! This is TMA-1's big brother!"
He was heading straight towards the huge, dark mass that soared in such geometrical perfection above the featureless plain. It was a blank as the flat white beneath surface; until now, he had not appreciated how enormous it really was. There were very few buildings on Earth as large as this. And as far as could be judged, its proportions were precisely the same as TMA-1's—that curious ratio 1 to 4 to 9.
And then you waited, marshalling your thoughts and brooding over your untested powers. For though you are master of your Rack, you are not quite sure what to do next.
But you will think of something.
A professional-grade 9U rack spacer and notepad.
With its clean lines and a simple, plain fascia, TMA-9 Commentator features a light font with a wide input range for easy-to-read text that maximizes your remarks. In addition, comments can be saved for recall later. A set of useful presets, including bulleted and numbered are included. TMA-9 has a title line plus a staggering 27 lines of comments available on the front, while the back uses the same title line plus 26 extra comment lines, allowing you jot down song lyrics, tutorial scripts, and to make extensive and shareable notes for yourself, for collaborators, or other Reason users.
The TMA Commentator series rack spacers include all Reason colours on their colourwheels, an automatable "red-line" marker to follow your lyrics/notes throughout a track, plus a selection of beautiful geometric designs and a selection of developer logos.
Added red line feature (front and back)
Back panel placeholder has been moved allowing full-width lines
Added additional logos
Excerpt from "2001: A Space Odyssey" by Arthur C Clarke.