Big Ups To The Ableton Community

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by TheOnlyProphet » Wed Sep 19, 2012 6:29 pm

merges wrote:If you're into glitch hop or dubstep, I believe these forums are generally pretty well attended:

http://glitchhopforum.com/glitch-hop-production/
Thanks for the link. :)

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by TheOnlyProphet » Wed Sep 19, 2012 7:05 pm

ShelLuser wrote:
TheOnlyProphet wrote:
ShelLuser wrote:We need to give ourselves a pat on the back? that's not the way its supposed to be; you newbies should be giving us a pat on the back yourselves! And while your at it some cold beer and coffee would be nice too :twisted:

Lazy newbs these days... :mrgreen:
Pretty sure that's what I just did. lols
hehe :mrgreen:

And while I forgot up there: Welcome aboard matey! :)
Thanks! Cheers.

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by germany » Sat Sep 22, 2012 6:38 pm

I second that. I'm a musician for 30 years and have always used keyboards with sequencers...(Yamaha Motif ES88) and i just decided
to go electronic and bought a computer and Ableton Live 8. Most everyone on this site is great, and any sarcasm is tongue-in-cheek so don't ever take it personal. We newbies have to pay our dues lol. Anyhow, respect!

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by TheOnlyProphet » Sat Sep 22, 2012 7:06 pm

germany wrote:I second that. I'm a musician for 30 years and have always used keyboards with sequencers...(Yamaha Motif ES88) and i just decided
to go electronic and bought a computer and Ableton Live 8. Most everyone on this site is great, and any sarcasm is tongue-in-cheek so don't ever take it personal. We newbies have to pay our dues lol. Anyhow, respect!
Totally. Most of the sarcasm I've seen has at least been humorous. :lol:

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by kitekrazy » Sun Sep 23, 2012 9:07 pm

There's not enough fan boyz to ruin this forum.

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by Rinsemeister » Sun Sep 23, 2012 9:16 pm

If I could spell it I'd call you all by the thing that I can't spell, but you're
all a load of "psycho-fants".

That's elephants with an agenda (to the the uninitiated).

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by admiralsnackbar » Sun Sep 23, 2012 10:33 pm

I find the Propellerhead registered user forum to be a consistently informative and generally good-natured board for sound design information (provided you own Reason, of course).

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by ttilberg » Mon Sep 24, 2012 12:42 am

TheOnlyProphet, if you send me cold beer, I'll give you the beta license Ableton sent to me for Live 9. I'm going back to using Bitwig studio, so I'm not going to need it anymore. It was only 64 bit, so my bass didn't really crush. My 256 bit Puppy Linux box is running Bitwig like a champ and I just released 20 beatport top 10s.





Cheers, and welcome. Don't let the trolling destroy your soul. :)
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2011 13" MBP w/8GB ram | Live 9 Suite, Reason 6.5, FXPansion DCAM/Etch/Maul, Izotope Ozone 5

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by TheOnlyProphet » Mon Sep 24, 2012 2:37 am

Rinsemeister wrote:If I could spell it I'd call you all by the thing that I can't spell, but you're
all a load of "psycho-fants".

That's elephants with an agenda (to the the uninitiated).
LOLS

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by TheOnlyProphet » Mon Sep 24, 2012 2:40 am

admiralsnackbar wrote:I find the Propellerhead registered user forum to be a consistently informative and generally good-natured board for sound design information (provided you own Reason, of course).
Maybe I didn't try hard enough or something but, I just couldn't get into the propellerhead forums. I just went straight to the video tutorials. I'll go back and check it out though. One of my favorite things about Ableton is that I can still use Reason! LOL

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by TheOnlyProphet » Mon Sep 24, 2012 2:41 am

ttilberg wrote:TheOnlyProphet, if you send me cold beer, I'll give you the beta license Ableton sent to me for Live 9. I'm going back to using Bitwig studio, so I'm not going to need it anymore. It was only 64 bit, so my bass didn't really crush. My 256 bit Puppy Linux box is running Bitwig like a champ and I just released 20 beatport top 10s.





Cheers, and welcome. Don't let the trolling destroy your soul. :)

:lol: I'm on it. I know quite a few ways of keeping a beer cold during shipping.

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by H20nly » Mon Sep 24, 2012 3:37 pm

they have cold in Phoenix?

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by TheOnlyProphet » Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:50 pm

H20nly wrote:they have cold in Phoenix?
Nope. I have to manufacture it in a lab. :lol:

It's still like 90 something degrees Fahrenheit here during the day. It's ridiculous sometimes

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by H20nly » Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:55 pm

yep... i grew up in the asshole of America... South Texas - hot, humid, and a where a man can get rich with an ice maker and a machine that seals plastic bags. i know your pain. make sure to keep the AC on while you're testing your new plugins :wink:

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Re: Big Ups To The Ableton Community

Post by sinesquaresaw » Mon Sep 24, 2012 5:48 pm

No Redditors up in here?

Check out www.reddit.com/r/edmproduction

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