From: Kraig Olmstead on 26 Jan 2010 18:29
Wow - are we all coming back home?
pete leoni wrote:
> On Nov 26, 12:51 am, Russ B <ElmSTUPIDITYertf...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
>> "Steve_Karl" <nos...(a)noway.com> wrote innews:hel89o$qu8$1(a)news.eternal-september.org:
>>> I hope he stops in over here.
>> So do I. I posted a response to him over at the kitchen...or is this the
>> Elmer Tiberius Fudd <-- He's dim, Jed...Purveyor of SUYMF!
>> remove STUPIDITY to reply, however, STUPIDITY was engaged when send button
>> was pressed
> Well here I am! How are you guys doing?
From: Kraig Olmstead on 27 Jan 2010 16:12
It does feel like coming home and it truly is nice to see the familiar
names, but if I'm spending time here it means (to me so far at least)
that I'm not spending enough time working on being the Muso I'm trying
to become - you know, someone like y'all.
It is very gratifying to be back though. How does Reaper do with MIDI
and loops? I use a fair amount of both to flesh out songs in progress
(you know, all the unfinished/barely started ones I have). I'm not
anxious to address a new learning curve and Sonar does a respectable job
at both, but if Reaper is solid at them I might spend a bit of time at it.
> The killer robot Kraig Olmstead <kraigo(a)bitstream.net> grabbed the controls
> of the spaceship cakewalk.audio and pressed these buttons...
>> Wow - are we all coming back home?
> Hey Kraig, nice to see ya 'round man!
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