Re: F@&£Ing volume!!!!
Posted: Tue Jul 23, 2013 3:26 pm
102455 wrote:Ah, loudness wars! You're looking to have your track so compressed that the waveform looks like a ruler, yes?
You want all the dynamic range sucked out so that there's no breathing space - no life.
Follow the herd of sheep. They went that-a-way!
sinkysaurus wrote:Oh god grow up you moron. You don't even know what kind of music I make, so be quiet.
For any normal adults who would like to help me out, I have a genuine issue with my music being
TOO quiet, to the point it's silly.
Whatever "loudness wars" might be, lead me out of it. I'm not a music snob or keyboard
Warrior, just someone seeking a bit of advice.
Cheers folk! (Outside of that moron of course)
sinkysaurus wrote:You ARE a moron. You decided because my post had a silly fake swear word in the title that you would respond with the snobbiest, most condescending comment possible. Complete with sarcastic little pictures and comments about "following the herd". That's grade A moronic behaviour. I've taken my question elsewhere. Hopefully next time I ask a straight forward question I won't be met with moron behaviour or attitudes. I won't judge the good old ableton forums on the basis of the behaviour of one idiot.
I'm off to "follow the herd"
sinkysaurus wrote:You're a moron, done.
Ps: got a good answer elsewhere. Done, apparently there's was a question.
The original reply first stated "loudness wars" with a graph showing the example. A little bit of deduction would've led to a search for more info, instead came aggressive name calling. A bit oversensitive, perhaps? Not very "adult" imo.sinkysaurus wrote:On forums this guy can be everything he is not in reality. Which I imagine, is a bit of a coward. Or as I said before "moron".
it is a redeeming quality to some degree.3dot... wrote:I thought this thread was about ZZtop?
I guess what it could be is that I don't just visit this forum each day. I'm bobbing around from place to place, reading & responding.JuanSOLO wrote: 102455, it's the second time I had seen him within a couple weeks as a first responder with over the top patronizing,
For the record, I don't think 102455's (nice name) post was deliberately patronizing or in poor taste. I think it was a legit response to a stupid question. A question that could have been discovered if OP would have put forth a tiny bit more effort. Actually, it's probably more effort to post a thread than it is to type a phrase into google and press "enter."102455 wrote:I guess what it could be is that I don't just visit this forum each day. I'm bobbing around from place to place, reading & responding.JuanSOLO wrote: 102455, it's the second time I had seen him within a couple weeks as a first responder with over the top patronizing,
In doing that, I suppose it's inevitable that the "post mood" from one forum can transfer itself onto the other.
Plus, we're all different. We have different senses of humour, different tolerences.
I do get frustrated sometimes, dealing with people who cleary haven't bothered reading the manual or doing a bit of research before posting - but I'm only human!