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PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2007 5:44 am 
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Bob Keelan wrote:
Well wait a minute. You jump down the guy's throat at every opportunity and nobody can say anything about it?


Wire right in, Bob. Plenty of others above have had their say - I'm not asking or suggesting they don't or can't. You just did yourself.

I don't mind the debate. Are we still allowed to have it though?

Is it ok to question any longer or will it result in additional warnings? Do you agree with my warning? Should warnings be consistent? Is there an appeal? How many warnings are there before...well I don't know.

Sin binned? Barred?

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Lys - you've brought his stuff up again and again to the point where a number of people, myself included, have said we're sick of hearing about it. As far as everyone but you is concerned, this is over and done with. It should come as no surprise to you that when you choose to bring it up yet again, you'd be met with the reaction you're getting right now.

I know you deeply value the right to speak your mind, and I respect that about you. However, I find it a bit disingenuous of you to react the way you have to other people here exercising that same right - the right to voice their opinion on how you're acting.

Here's what I really want to know....what's your agenda here? What was your intention in dragging this out of the cellar yet again? Did you just want to vent? Did you want Robbie to ban Randy? I'm asking you to defend your actions and explain how they're going to make this forum a better place, because that's what most of us here care about, and that's why we're sick of rehashing crap that doesn't deserve yet another airing.


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Here's what I really want to know....what's your agenda here?


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The Nutter and I


Where did any of you get the idea that I kicked this latest burst off?

Honest question - see my second quote? It's a dig of a snippet from dark days past regurgitated for reasons that will be referred to almost instantly as an error of interpretation.

Wait and see - and if I'm wrong then I'm wrong. I doubt it though.

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Fair enough Lys. I can see where you saw this as provocation on Randy's part. I read it as him being able to make light of a once touchy subject. Only Randy knows for sure how he meant it, but it is clear how you perceived it, and I can't say you're entirely wrong for taking it as a jab. Knowing how you perceive it, should he ever refer to his daughter as "the nutter" again, I will have to assume his intent is to provoke. I would hope he chooses to steer well clear of anything like that.

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Lys, thanks for your PM. The only thing we really want is for everyone to behave. We have to draw the line *somewhere*. It's like in the classroom where students are talking and talking where they know they should be working or keep their mouth shut: the moment I say something about it they start pointing at other students, saying "but HE...."

I did read Randy's reference to the nutter as a light joke.

The warning is for not behaving and no, you're not the first.

You are most definitely not supposed to keep your mouth shut, on the contrary. But you're a human being from the western world, so we might expect a little civilisation.

We've lost too many valuable members because of verbal power already. If someone decides to return I want to make sure he/she feels welcome.

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The Nutter and I recorded this. :wink:

I had no intention of provoking another flame war and clearly the inclusion of the wink smiley as orginally posted should have made that very clear to everyone.

I will be creating a separate thread providing details on how files may be submitted.

I'm looking forward to a great Compilation CD!

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OK when do we see the greasy boys?

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Even the Hatfields and the McCoys seem to be getting along these days. If they can bury the hatchet, surely a couple of musicians from either side of the big pond can find a way to co-exist nicely on a 'PUBLIC' and 'SHARED' forum.

I don't know the history of the feud, but it seems to me that there is an opportunity here for everyone to move on and let go of old grudges or gripes.

Personally, I appreciate Randy's offer to create another Comp CD.


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OK when do we see the greasy boys?


I believe they are living under the Witness Protection Program in The Netherlands these days. 8)


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Are instrumentals allowed?

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hello

although i am a member of this forum i do not have a AW16G, AW1600 or AW2400.

is having an AW a requirement to participate in the compilation?

i use O1X, Tracktion 3 and MOTIF XS

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is having an AW a requirement to participate in the compilation?


No. The only requirements are that you recorded and/or produced it, and cheese.

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i use O1X, Tracktion 3 and MOTIF XS


Well, two outta three aint bad...Maybe if you visit GC and just touch an AW, then it will all be good...

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OK when do we see the greasy boys?


I believe they are living under the Witness Protection Program in The Netherlands these days. 8)


With Rob? :shock: :shock: :shock:

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Well, two outta three aint bad...Maybe if you visit GC and just touch an AW, then it will all be good...


Agreed. touching an AW is always, "all good". There is just something about dedicated recording hardware that is svelte. Yamaha gear has certainly reigned in this arena for years. i came very close to buying a 2400 this year but went O1x because of its superior DAW integration. Any body who will take the time, "to learn the ability" to realize O1x will clearly have advantages in the DAW arena. mind you this has nothing to do with songwriting, playing musical instruments or one's creativity.

quoting Yamaha...
"remember your O1X is simultaneously acting as your soundcard, MIDI interface, remote controller, digital mixer and your effects processors, amongst other things. the O1X doesn't just control host DAW applications. It can also edit & control your favorite VST plugins. While your computer's CPU is running the actual plugins, the O1X can control & access all the management of pages & parameters PLUS add EQ, Dynamics & Effects to the output of these software instruments & effects, all using its own processing power."

what is truly "all good" is learning from each other here

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Since I am in a songwriting and recording funk, may I submit a song I wrote and recorded with my old band in the studio?
I want to be a part of the comp but I am just not inspired at the moment.
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Of course! I might as well submit a Krimson song.

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No promises but I'll give it a shot....

I have had some health and wellness issues as well as post divorce, post new home fall through...blah blah

But I still have the one I started mixing, realized it still needed editing, somehow all the guitar tracks (plus some others) went out of alignment and then spent way too much time tedious editing on the G to get them semi lined up again. Then once the guitars were reasonably tight enough for rock and roll other discrepancies stood out no longer hidden by the fog of my sloppy guitar timing.

I don't think I have picked up an instrument in six months due to editing and burn out.

PC's and I don't seem to get along but I am thinking making a burnt offering to the imaginary PC gods so I can line things up with a mouse.

I considered re-recording but I'm a better song writer than performer and often spent a whole weekend getting a sound I liked and thought I was hearing in the room to actually replicate itself on playback the first day and then multiple takes the second day to achieve passable. I thinks I need a band with a real guitar player (again) LOL someday.

I should have this weekend to myself (if I don't get called in on back up at work) and Christmas eve so we will see.

The phantom Scooter B (who did appear at Texastock I) may actually post a song or resemblance there of.

Send me some of that fameous Dijonstock MOJO!

If ya like ice skating the entire Oklahoma City Metro is a skating rink including the trees, the grass, the powerlines both arcing on the ground and the few remaining ones suspended precariously in mid air. I'm trying to sleep it off at the hospital (http://www.integris-health.com) but they woke me up to do a STAT echo.

Back to my exam room cave for a few precious hours of glorious hibernation and dreams of little red riding hood you sure are looking good; your everything a big bad wolf would want owewooooo!

On the bright side there is no shortage of cold water for the shower in the morning :shock:

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