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How SteveScrumpyUK went platinum ....

Here is an example of how SteveScrumpyUK became a platinum member ....
post edited by pistolpete - 2008/11/22 04:57:36
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/06/09 21:38:39 (permalink)
    It will only be a matter of time until we see some of Scrumpy's comments....
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/06/29 06:58:19 (permalink)
    Perhaps this should be a sticky thread.
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/06/29 09:56:59 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: pistolpete

    Perhaps this should be a sticky thread.


    Instead of a sicko thread?

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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/06/29 15:57:27 (permalink)
    It certainly makes more sense than Dean Roddy's drivel.
    post edited by pistolpete - 2008/06/29 16:18:52
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/06/29 17:46:40 (permalink)
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    post edited by Jessie Sammler - 2008/07/07 04:15:16
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/06/30 09:16:33 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Jessie Sammler


    ORIGINAL: pistolpete

    It certainly makes more sense than Dean Roddy's drivel.



    Just keep telling yourself that.


    I'm surprised he's got time to criticise others what with his every waking minute taken up composing his own series of music text books and software manuals.

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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/07/14 21:26:47 (permalink)
    Maybe someday cakewalk will make this a sticky thread. In the meantime, I guess I'll have to manually do it.
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/07/14 21:40:16 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: pistolpete

    Maybe someday cakewalk will make this a sticky thread. In the meantime, I guess I'll have to manually do it.



    Yup - I think you've finally got it Pedrosa.

    I take it that 'Doing It Manually' is indeed your no.1 claim to fame.

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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/07/14 21:51:39 (permalink)

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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/07/15 07:31:50 (permalink)
    Hey Grant, your smiley has been moved to the 'Grinning Inanely' forum!!




    Edit - it's back!! The link must have been down.





    post edited by SteveStrummerUK - 2008/07/15 07:56:34

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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/08/01 21:27:06 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: pistolpete

    Maybe someday cakewalk will make this a sticky thread. In the meantime, I guess I'll have to manually do it.


    Maybe someday cakewalk will make this a sticky thread. In the meantime, I guess I'll have to manually do it.
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/08/01 22:02:51 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: pistolpete


    ORIGINAL: pistolpete

    Maybe someday cakewalk will make this a sticky thread. In the meantime, I guess I'll have to manually do it.


    Maybe someday cakewalk will make this a sticky thread. In the meantime, I guess I'll have to manually do it.


    I'm missing something incredibly clever or side-splittingly funny here aren't I Pete


    Am I?


    Either that or you just quoted yourself twice but you were too dumb to get your name or the hilarious smiley into the second one






    It's not that difficult:

    ORIGINAL: pistolpete

    I am so thick I have to walk through the door sideways.

    But you Strummy are great - you are my idol - I think your songs are brilliant and your quick witted dry British humour is to die for


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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/08/05 07:45:41 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: pistolpete


    This is either a serious defect or just a case of a simple tweak. I had a new install of the software and there was a noticable delay in the sound in the playback when using any of the built-in effects or simulators. .....



    Dude: Are you still on this? I haven't looked in this forum for months and you are still griping about this?

    I must have recorded 10 complete songs with six tracks each with 5 effects each without a single latency problem.

    Get a new soundcard for Chrissakes already. You can't make filet mingnon out of flank steak.

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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/08/30 23:33:19 (permalink)
    Believe it or not jsykes, they never fixed it.
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/08/31 00:47:24 (permalink)
    There's nothing to fix. With proper hardware, it's fine.
    The software is only part of a system. If there is a weak link in the system, it will be revealed in overall performance.
    The weak link is not your software, it's your hardware. Like it or not, that's the facts. Minimal hardware yields minimal performance. Get a sound card.

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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/08/31 09:22:52 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: RobertB

    Get a sound card.

    Hey Bob - believe it or not the buffoon finally bit the bullet and got a TonePort - LOL!!!

    He bought it just before his last world tour I remember him telling me

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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/08/31 09:27:48 (permalink)
    There is still a latency issue with GT3, no matter what soundcard you use.

    Bob will never admit it because he has a closed mind.
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/08/31 09:30:35 (permalink)

    There is inherent latency in every part of your signal chain.

    What you do about it and/or what you're prepared to live with is up the individual.

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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/09/07 21:13:06 (permalink)
    But the code remains inefficient.
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/09/08 14:13:53 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: pistolpete

    But the code remains inefficient.

    But the Pistolman remains boring........................


    zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz






    Come on old pal, you were showing a few signs of genuine mirth awhile back - what went wrong?

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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/10/07 21:34:35 (permalink)
    It's time for a bump because the code hasn't been updated or patched.
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/10/07 22:12:30 (permalink)
    And neither have you.
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/10/08 13:53:48 (permalink)
    Unlike GT3, I don't need any.
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/10/08 16:10:26 (permalink)
    Pistol is the weakest link in any chain he may be part of...
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/10/08 16:47:10 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: pistolpete

    Unlike GT3, I don't need any.

    Updating?

    Or patching?

    You'd make a nice quilt - sort of soft...

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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/10/13 21:23:19 (permalink)
    bunp....
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/10/13 21:39:41 (permalink)
    ....nnhhh.... ...brains.... ....braaaaaaaaains.....
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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/10/13 21:46:32 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Jessie Sammler

    ....nnhhh.... ...brains.... ....braaaaaaaaains.....

    I feel your pain Jessie!

    Come on Pedro, surely you can see what you're doing to poor old JS's mental health.

    At least misspell 'bump' as 'pump' or something, else we're just going to have to believe that you are a complete and utter brick.

    Where's my tour jacket you shyster


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    RE: Guitar Tracks issue ... 2008/10/13 21:48:35 (permalink)
    hey Pete

    A new soundcard (or line6 toneport) will just reroute the signal away from GT3 and only avoid the issue. It does not fix the issue. It has been noted as a suggestion so please do not rant and rave about this.


    huh, this is bollox. the soundcard/driver merely takes an analogue signal, converts it to 0s and 1s, feeds that audio stream to the software host (GT3 in your case), and takes the audio stream out of GT3 and converts it back to electrical pulses. Whatever soundcard you use, this is what it does. now, some cards can offer you mixing options which takes the A/D part out of the round-trip equation and merely splits the input straight to the output to meet the D/A stream from the software - and halve the latency. or some of us use mixers to get hardware near-zero monitoring. whatever. the point is - efficient semi-pro or pro cards and drivers are the answer.

    yes i know the whole sorry sordid history of your threads.

    now, this means that clearly the efficiency of your soundcard driver is crucial, ie the time it takes to convert your Analouge data to Digital and vice-versa. So, your onboard soundcard can do this, but slowly, whereas your dedicated pro soundcard does it that much more quickly (to say nothing of quality)

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