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Discussion of music production, audio, equipment and any related topics, either with or without Ableton Live
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Post by udp » Tue Apr 04, 2006 4:18 am

Dammit, dammit , dammit! This thread is starting to get all serious again, just when I was having a good laugh.
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Post by leonard » Tue Apr 04, 2006 4:34 am

The correct spelling is Queue for the type of queue you are talking about - Tips hat, winks and walks slowly but confidentally into the sunset.

you hear the wind whisper ... adonis
who was that green polo shirt wearing man.....

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Post by glitchrock-buddha » Tue Apr 04, 2006 5:10 am

When I first saw this thread I thought "Fuck, not another one of these lame-ass personal vendetta threads, hopefully it slips into obscurity fast...", but I have to admit, curiosity won me over, I opened the thread. And as usual I feel sorry for any pathetic soul that thinks their opinion of someone else deserves attention via a thread in a forum about music production software. I mean shit, you can't even get mad at a guy like that for cluttering up a forum, 'cause you just gotta feel sorry for the poor bastard, and the mockery he will inevitably receive.

And the rest of you guys just fuckin' crack me up. Stop being so God damn entertaining, I'm trying to spend less time on this f'n board!

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Post by mike holiday » Tue Apr 04, 2006 5:39 am

hoffman2k wrote:I only just recently learned how to work with "where, we're and were" :wink:
i still havent figured that poo out
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Post by glu » Tue Apr 04, 2006 5:56 am

what about
wair
wear
no prevailing genre of music:
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Post by computo » Tue Apr 04, 2006 7:20 am

YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWW!!!!!!

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Post by noisetonepause » Tue Apr 04, 2006 9:34 am

mike holiday wrote:
hoffman2k wrote:I only just recently learned how to work with "where, we're and were" :wink:
i still havent figured that poo out
where - interrogative 'Where are you?', or conjunction. 'The place where I was born'.

we're - we are

were - From the verb to be - 'we were young once'
Suit #1: I mean, have you got any insight as to why a bright boy like this would jeopardize the lives of millions?
Suit #2: No, sir, he says he does this sort of thing for fun.

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Post by Pitch Black » Tue Apr 04, 2006 10:25 am

where - interrogative 'Where are you?', or conjunction. 'The place where I was born'.

we're - we are.

weir - a low dam built accross a stream.

were - from the verb to be - 'we were young once'

whir - a sound of buzzing or vibration.

ware - noun. articles of the same general kind or used in a specific application: hardware; silverware.

ware - colloq. software: spyware; shareware.

wear - verb. to carry or have on the person.

wear - noun. impairment from long use 'The tyres showed signs of wear'.


got that? :twisted:

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Post by mercyplease » Tue Apr 04, 2006 11:44 am

I hate everyone including myself.
Self loathing is healthy :twisted:

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Post by pulsoc » Tue Apr 04, 2006 12:40 pm

computo wrote:Nope, it was HasalMeier...

http://www.ableton.com/forum/viewtopic. ... ht=computo

Man, I ROCK!!!
Computo - isn't that monitor on your head heavy???? I would think that would induce major neck strain. Pretty cool looking tho.

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Post by Moody » Tue Apr 04, 2006 2:53 pm

If you shave it looks bigger.
Ableton’s engineers are hard
at work developing code that will allow our software to predict the future, but we don’t
anticipate having this available until at least the next major release.

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Post by djadonis206 » Tue Apr 04, 2006 3:17 pm

At least we all love Ableton and good music!!!

That's the whole point of this thread - we sit at our computers / or laptops and try our hardest to bang out quality shit

we kick back smoke a joint with a friend or come home from the club and post some random shit

hahahahaha

then we wake up and do it all over again - no matter what kind of music you're making we're in this together (I think)
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Post by kennerb » Tue Apr 04, 2006 7:40 pm

Pitch Black wrote:where - interrogative 'Where are you?', or conjunction. 'The place where I was born'.

we're - we are.

weir - a low dam built accross a stream.

were - from the verb to be - 'we were young once'

whir - a sound of buzzing or vibration.

ware - noun. articles of the same general kind or used in a specific application: hardware; silverware.

ware - colloq. software: spyware; shareware.

wear - verb. to carry or have on the person.

wear - noun. impairment from long use 'The tyres showed signs of wear'.


got that? :twisted:

Ah my friend you forgot a very important one

Were as in werewolf - comes from the latin "vir" or old english "wer" both meaning man. Bringing to mind one of the many great lines in Young Frankenstein. Frank "What was that?" Igor "Werewolf!" Frank "were wolf?" Igor " There . . . Wolf"


I still haven't figured out Affect and Effect
just when I think I've got it I hear some conflicting use and it's back to the dry erase board.
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Post by noisetonepause » Tue Apr 04, 2006 8:05 pm

affect (verb) - to cause effects on something: we were all affected by the change of regime, or: his ignorance affected us all
effect (verb) - to make something happen: we effected the change of regime

also
effect (noun) - an effect (should be obvious)

I think generally the verbs effect and effectuate are interchangeable, whereas affect and effectuate are not.
Suit #1: I mean, have you got any insight as to why a bright boy like this would jeopardize the lives of millions?
Suit #2: No, sir, he says he does this sort of thing for fun.

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Post by Moody » Tue Apr 04, 2006 8:40 pm

Say robotico spell rejekto.
Ableton’s engineers are hard
at work developing code that will allow our software to predict the future, but we don’t
anticipate having this available until at least the next major release.

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