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#4899 - 11/28/03 04:08 PM Re: Buying a .com after all
Sanvean Offline
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Registered: 09/02/03
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Loc: UK
[12]SLAP/SLAP/SLAP[/12]

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#4900 - 11/28/03 04:10 PM Re: Buying a .com after all
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Registered: 09/02/03
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I guess the big slaps don't work.....lol.

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#4901 - 11/28/03 09:09 PM Re: Buying a .com after all
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Yes ED it's both for me too.


UH? Sanvean, that was only if I did something stupid again! You missed it.

Ed fill him in will you, please?

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#4902 - 11/28/03 10:43 PM Re: Buying a .com after all
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Registered: 08/17/03
Posts: 1194
Loc: Toronto, Canada.
Yes Sanvean !
Only tek and I are authorized to slap Paul in case he ever changes his mind again and decides to buy a ...Kazoo instead of a .com synth.

Since you violated the rules of an existing agreement and overstepped your
authority by taking an action of unnecessary physical punishment, it is only
reasonable that you
financially compensate Paul-61 member for physical and emotional damages.

Sincerely,
-ED-
_________________________
A gentleman is one who never hurts anyone's feelings unintentionally.
- - - Oscar Wilde

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#4903 - 11/29/03 03:38 AM Re: Buying a .com after all
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Loc: UK
Please accept my sincere apologies.........

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#4904 - 11/29/03 06:12 AM Re: Buying a .com after all
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Appology accepted!

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#4905 - 11/29/03 09:31 PM Re: Buying a .com after all
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BTW: I gave up my pursuit of getting a minimoog in favor of a larger modular synthesizer.

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#4906 - 12/06/03 12:09 PM Re: Buying a .com after all
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A modular synth would better suit my needs anyways.

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#4907 - 12/07/03 08:29 PM Re: Buying a .com after all
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Quote:
Originally posted by Paul-61:
...I should have just shut my mouth....//...You have my permisson too hit me.


Oh Paul come now stop....why be quiet? you are the spark on the board, plus look at all you have learned. I recall once you said you really werent a musician per se' and we said bullshit oh yeah well you are now pal, your stuck with us and so you rose up from a lower level quickly to now knowing enough to guide someone new at analog synths and how to operate them as well as some knowledge of virtual analog synths and lots of other vintage stuff.

hint -wink- hint hint I just wish someone would become a total expert at MIDI implementation and sequencing. hint hint So I can ask them questions eventually about my bizarre and outlandish MIDI programming doings that don't always work but i have no clue as to why. hint hint.

Say I was wondering. If Ed is allowed to hit you, will you allow me....i mean umm may I please shoot you with my paint gun? Would you mind very much? I have the full gear setup you can wear and getting hit don't really hurt except for a little sting. I need to get my frustrations out. It's lots of fun really. two hours a week saay ten bucks an hour?
Of course you do know im just kidding...I havent posted a lot lately so you might notknow when im jokin ya!


[This message has been edited by Morphamatik (edited 12-07-2003).]

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#4908 - 12/08/03 12:20 AM Re: Buying a .com after all
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Sometimes Paul-61 I think you get too caught up in the technology and forget that all that is important is creating music. I have heard brilliant music performed with minimal technology and vice versa heard great technology result in boring crap.

Make a decision and roll with it and start actually making some music. While technology is great for helping to produce imaginative sounds it is NOT the most important ingredient in creative expression.

I think it's good you are discerning about the gear you want to use, but you can only stall for so long and then you are just wating time you could actually be playing and creating. Technology always changes but good music lasts forever.



[This message has been edited by Nigel (edited 12-08-2003).]

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