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For more than 20 years Dr Pepper has sponsored SONIC’s one-of-kind performance improvement and training program for drive-ins across the country. Dr Pepper’s support and active encouragement has allowed SONIC Crew Members to rise and become masters in their specific stations. Thank you Dr Pepper, let’s keep crushing it for many years to come!

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The later shock waves are somewhat faster than the first one, travel faster and add to the main shockwave at some distance away from the aircraft to create a much more defined N-wave shape. This maximizes both the magnitude and the "rise time" of the shock which makes the boom seem louder. On most aircraft designs the characteristic distance is about 40,000 feet (12,000 m), meaning that below this altitude the sonic boom will be "softer". However, the drag at this altitude or below makes supersonic travel particularly inefficient, which poses a serious problem.

A pair of video games that serve as a prequel for the series were released for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS systems in November 2014. [68] The Wii U version, Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric , was developed by Big Red Button Entertainment, and the 3DS version, Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal , by Sanzaru Games . The games were announced alongside the TV series' first trailer on February 6, 2014 and serve as prequels to the series. Rise of Lyric sees players alternate control between Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, and Amy. The game utilizes each of their abilities—Sonic's speed, Tails' flight, Knuckles' strength, and Amy's agility—allowing two players to play cooperatively and four players competitively. Shattered Crystal lets players control Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, and Sticks and places more emphasis on platforming and puzzle-solving than the more adventure -oriented Rise of Lyric . [69] On June 20, 2014, it was confirmed that both games would be released on December 18 in Japan under the name of Sonic Toon . [70] A third game, Fire & Ice , was for Nintendo 3DS in September 2016. [71] Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom , a follow-up to the free-to-play Sonic Dash , was released on Android devices on July 1, 2015. [72] Since her debut in the show, the character Sticks has gone on to be featured in Sonic titles that are not part of the Boom brand, such as Sonic Runners and Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games . [73] [74]

Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey's 27th release in 21 years, The Battle For Earth, is a mind melting, particle reorganizing trip through time and space. Manipulated loops, electronics, and synthesizers are juxtaposed with grand piano, guitar, and lap steel. Drummer Josh Raymer's meta-modern drum stylings push, pull and shake the foundation. Recorded live at DazzleJazz in Denver, CO, The Battle For Earth finds JFJO planted firmly in their own language and mythology. Expanding on newer material from 2014's release, Worker, alongside classic tunes like "Tetherball Triumph" and "Sean's Song," the band's unique, angular arrangements and tonalities are redefined as they explore the sonic freedom the current lineup offers. Far from being a traditional trio, JFJO founder/keyboardist Brian Haas simultaneously plays Moog bass and grand piano, throwing in melodica and other synths while guitarist Chris Combs bounces between guitar, lap steel and various synthesizers, making the trio sound like a much larger ensemble. In addition to the ground breaking music, JFJO will be presenting and starring in it’s first ever, limited edition comic book also called The Battle For Earth (digital download included). Conceived by Combs and brought to life by artist Joe Cappa, the comic tells an original, amusing Sci-fi-jazz epic that is equal parts "Space Is The Place" and "Yellow Submarine". Flying elk, helpful aliens, evil space beasts, and lots of free-jazz-powered weaponry make TBFE an intriguing and unique piece of JFJO's 21+ year history.

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