Secret Freemason X-File message on Ableton Blog pages

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Secret Freemason X-File message on Ableton Blog pages

Post by koranek » Sat May 12, 2012 5:37 pm

Does anyone know what this text string means?

Responsible within the meaning of § 55 II RStV: David Abravanel

It's found at the bottom of the Ableton Blog pages. I think it's some kind of copyright message, but it's cryptically cool sounding. I want this to be the title of my next CD release.
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Re: Secret Freemason X-File message on Ableton Blog pages

Post by Khazul » Sat May 12, 2012 5:40 pm

Thought you meant something about the Freemasons band (who do use Live in their production) until I saw the name and didnt recognise it :)
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Re: Secret Freemason X-File message on Ableton Blog pages

Post by rikhyray » Sat May 12, 2012 8:58 pm

According to German regulations (that is that §55), every website (except personal, family websites) has to have so called "impressum" aka imprint with the details of the publisher. http://www.ableton.com/imprint It has to include the name of the person who wrote, published it in this case David. Ableton has their lawyers so they can get away with simple one. Most smaller companies have more elaborate ones, including all kinds of disclaimers. See mine for example (the $ 55 is there too) http://www.electrotimba.com/impressum_e ... cords.html. Germany is probably the most bureaucratic country on earth.

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Re: Secret Freemason X-File message on Ableton Blog pages

Post by markhunter » Sat May 12, 2012 9:41 pm

Well, when broken down and converted into binary, then reversed and recompiled, it reads...

Ableton Nine, es ist nicht richtig, es wird nicht passieren (it's not right, it will not happen) :-)

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