By way of farewell

That is understandable, as a writer it is always good to get more material. :)

Observing the behavior of others is often a great way to analyze whether or not the sociopathic ideas within ourselves should be abrogated or accepted as part of a larger phenomenon of human evolution.

keep shinin

jerm :cool:

Quote: (jeremysdemo @ Nov. 10 2009, 7:39 PM)

That is understandable, as a writer it is always good to get more material. :)

Observing the behavior of others is often a great way to analyze whether or not the sociopathic ideas within ourselves should be abrogated or accepted as part of a larger phenomenon of human evolution.

keep shinin

jerm :cool:

My oh my.

Ladies and gentlement....it's a stunning and persuasive pleasure for me to introduce to you...our resident "Modern-Day Jung", complete with pulpit and thesaurus in back pocket. :laugh:
Quote: (TomS @ Nov. 10 2009, 4:33 PM)

Jeremy, you are a good guy.
I was kinda hoping he'd answer my question, however.
C'mon flanders what delusions do you have?

I have quite a cache of Illusions, but the only delusion that I'm guilty of is...."Burger King fries are better than McDonalds".

Oh, and also that Glam-Rock was fun and honest.
:peace:
:whistle:
:agree:
Quote: (jeremysdemo @ Nov. 09 2009, 9:50 PM)

One of these days I may just take that guy off ignore and read all the brilliant things he had too say (if they are anything like his wanna be Dream theater 7 minute go nowhere dynamic and lyric less "original" songs I am not missing much,-snooze fest, all scale technique-no soul IMHO)

keep shinin

jerm :cool:

You apparently suffer from what is commonly referred to in guitar circles as "Blistering FretBurning Blues & Rock Runs Envy"

It's ok though, really. I'll give you a pass on your cornpone compositions. I know you probably try hard, but hey....... :laugh:
Quote: (flanders @ Nov. 11 2009, 12:45 AM)

Oh, and also that Glam-Rock was fun and honest.
:peace:
:whistle:
:agree:

:laugh:

Uh…I rather liked some glam rock…esp. Marc Bolan…

Now, neddiehughass, the thing about being mean to people is that while it may hurt their feelings, it really makes you look like an asshat.

There it is again!

We really should invest in better mosquito nets around here…

keep shinin

jerm :cool:

http://asshat.com/

You guys. You’re killin’ me!

Let’s get back on topic, ‘n-Track’ and making music in our sheds, attics, heads, barns, bedrooms…

Ignore the bollox.

What the funk is goin’ on? Where are half of the crew gone and, why?

I’m a relative newbie and I just don’t get how the coolest crash for recordists on the planet can take a knock this way.

Come back, all!

Hi TonyR and Everyone:

I’ve been always around this Board…
It goes back to before v1 …




n-Track is the only Editor I use…
Before that, it was 2" tape and 1" tape and 3/8" tape and …
and…



Each time this has happened, the Board manages to survive…


Some of them (the guys) leave…
then some of them come back…
Who knows what goes on up there ????
Some of their wires get corroded…
maybe some of the wires get pulled out…



One time, this happened, a bunch of them moved on to Audio Minds…
They’re still no better audio guys than there were when they were here…
Some of them were pretty sharp…
Creativity takes on many paths…



Boy…
do I ever hate writing this way…

:)
:disagree:
:p
:laugh:





Bill…

Version 1!
I remember it!

Earliest screenshot I can find it V 2:



More here:

http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.fasoft.com

The thing is the people you would rather have leave don’t, and the ones you don’t want to do. :)

keep shinin

jerm :cool:

Quote: (TomS @ Nov. 13 2009, 7:35 PM)

Version 1!
I remember it!

Earliest screenshot I can find it V 2:



More here:

http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.fasoft.com

the good old days with version 2, I did my senior seminar project with that one.

Eyup!

V2.(something) was where it all started for me. I had a 486 computer in those days and a 28.8k dial up modem.
Things were pretty slow!

I had used a program called Anvil Studio, but NTrack blew it out of the water.

Steve