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"Now, excuse me while I jump into my Jaguar; I need to board my private jet for the usual weekend trip to my mansion on the Big Island. I think Trixie, Crystal, and Heather are already there...must not keep them waiting in the hot tub!"
 
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    dcastle
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    post edited by dcastle - 2006/09/09 20:37:20

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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/09 20:24:17 (permalink)
    I'll see your delete and raise you one quote.

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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/09 20:25:14 (permalink)
    I double dare delete you

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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/09 20:31:34 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: DonM

    I double dare delete you


    Oh Yeah! Well Delete THIS!


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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/09 21:32:45 (permalink)
    Did this have something to do with "input quantize", perchance?

    I got your delete, RIGHT HERE!!!

    You want the DELETE?!?! YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE DELETE!!!

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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/09 22:52:10 (permalink)
    I've reported this deleted thread for the aforementioned deleted posts, replies, quotes, and deletions.

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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/09 23:13:06 (permalink)
    delete delete delete


    actually, this was a thread about ACT!!!!!!!

    "Now, excuse me while I jump into my Jaguar; I need to board my private jet for the usual weekend trip to my mansion on the Big Island. I think Trixie, Crystal, and Heather are already there...must not keep them waiting in the hot tub!"
     
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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/09 23:24:13 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: kb420
    actually, this was a thread about ACT!!!!!!!


    "ACT is the new input quantize"... you know, like "brown is the new black"...

    Which reminds me:

    Back in ACT, I hit the sack,
    I've been too long, I'm glad to be back
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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 00:10:31 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: kb420

    delete delete delete


    actually, this was a thread about ACT!!!!!!!


    <John Lovitz voice>
    ACTing? Who cares about acting!
    </John Lovitz voice>

    Thread hijacker!...this thread is about thread deletion....so put that in your pipe and delete it!


    <144 views and now 10 posters...we are a sad, sad lot>

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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 00:11:03 (permalink)
    is this DELETE in just producer or in studio as well?

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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 00:17:38 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: Jason Archibald

    is this DELETE in just producer or in studio as well?


    Protools and Cubase's delete functions are so much better than SONAR...I don't know why Cakewalk can't get with the times and have a full-featured delete function that EVERY other music production program has. Heck, even Reaper has a better delete function than SONAR! It may be time for me to switch platforms, especially since they didn't improve the Delete function AT ALL in SONAR 6...it was the ONLY feature request I was interested in!

    post edited by AndyW - 2006/09/10 00:31:07

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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 00:54:46 (permalink)
    Sonar's lack of full-featured delete support doesn't really bother me. There's plenty of good 3rd party delete software available, though I prefer a hardware, PCI-based deletion solution myself. It's really just based on your own deletion needs, your unique deletive expression.
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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 01:00:33 (permalink)
    Delete UR Friends...Delete UR enemies
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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 01:03:10 (permalink)
    WAIT
    Was I supposed to ACT like I was Deleting something
    OR just ACT ?
    It's fun to delete
    Ok - breaks over !
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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 01:21:58 (permalink)

    This



    has always been a good hardware-based deleter for me...although it tends to be a bit "binary" in that you either delete the whole hard drive or you don't.



    post edited by AndyW - 2006/09/10 02:09:04

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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 01:26:50 (permalink)
    This



    has always been a good hardware-based deleter for me...although it tends to be a bit "binary" in that you either delete the whole hard drive or you don't.


    Want to try that again?
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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 01:34:59 (permalink)
    This thread was deleted about 20 to 40% more than others.
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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 01:50:48 (permalink)


    Like this, Andy. Just "copy the image location" and place the url in between the little HTML thingys that appear when you click on the image box.
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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 01:57:12 (permalink)
    Fixed it! The google link must have been too long or something....thanX!

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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 01:58:19 (permalink)
    If they update this delete, will it have sidechaining?

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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 02:00:30 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: mmarton

    If they update this delete, will it have sidechaining?


    Yes...I heard that if you delete a file in SONAR 6, it will also delete a random file on your wife or girlfriends laptop. Of course it you want it to work with both the wife AND the girlfriends laptops you will need to purchase an upgrade...

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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 02:03:11 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: AndyW
    Oh Yeah! Well Delete THIS!


    ctrl-alt-Delete...

    done ;)

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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 02:12:56 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Rain

    ORIGINAL: AndyW
    Oh Yeah! Well Delete THIS!


    ctrl-alt-Delete...

    done ;)



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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 03:54:22 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: AndyW
    I don't know why Cakewalk can't get with the times and have a full-featured delete function that EVERY other music production program has.


    It does... but unfortunately it's implemented as backspace in a software wrapper... so it has delete, but I guess you technically can't call it "native delete". Maybe someday they'll support native delete. And gapless delete. That would be good. One can only hope...
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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 05:19:36 (permalink)
    Now nothing will be deleted!

    ORIGINAL: kb420

    Post Deleted



    ORIGINAL: dcastle

    Reply Deleted also



    ORIGINAL: AndyW

    I'll see your delete and raise you one quote.

    ORIGINAL: dcastle

    Reply Deleted also






    ORIGINAL: DonM

    I double dare delete you



    ORIGINAL: AndyW


    ORIGINAL: DonM

    I double dare delete you


    Oh Yeah! Well Delete THIS!


    <Andy wonders aloud how long this thread can really go...just how many bored people are there in the world?>



    ORIGINAL: keith

    Did this have something to do with "input quantize", perchance?

    I got your delete, RIGHT HERE!!!

    You want the DELETE?!?! YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE DELETE!!!





    ORIGINAL: ...wicked

    I've reported this deleted thread for the aforementioned deleted posts, replies, quotes, and deletions.




    ORIGINAL: kb420

    delete delete delete


    actually, this was a thread about ACT!!!!!!!



    ORIGINAL: keith


    ORIGINAL: kb420
    actually, this was a thread about ACT!!!!!!!


    "ACT is the new input quantize"... you know, like "brown is the new black"...

    Which reminds me:

    Back in ACT, I hit the sack,
    I've been too long, I'm glad to be back
    ...






    ORIGINAL: AndyW


    ORIGINAL: kb420

    delete delete delete


    actually, this was a thread about ACT!!!!!!!


    <John Lovitz voice>
    ACTing? Who cares about acting!
    </John Lovitz voice>

    Thread hijacker!...this thread is about thread deletion....so put that in your pipe and delete it!


    <144 views and now 10 posters...we are a sad, sad lot>



    ORIGINAL: Jason Archibald

    is this DELETE in just producer or in studio as well?



    ORIGINAL: AndyW

    ORIGINAL: Jason Archibald

    is this DELETE in just producer or in studio as well?


    Protools and Cubase's delete functions are so much better than SONAR...I don't know why Cakewalk can't get with the times and have a full-featured delete function that EVERY other music production program has. Heck, even Reaper has a better delete function than SONAR! It may be time for me to switch platforms, especially since they didn't improve the Delete function AT ALL in SONAR 6...it was the ONLY feature request I was interested in!





    ORIGINAL: Quasar

    Sonar's lack of full-featured delete support doesn't really bother me. There's plenty of good 3rd party delete software available, though I prefer a hardware, PCI-based deletion solution myself. It's really just based on your own deletion needs, your unique deletive expression.



    ORIGINAL: jinga8

    Delete UR Friends...Delete UR enemies
    Delete UR predictions....Delete UR memories!!!



    ORIGINAL: stratcat33511

    WAIT
    Was I supposed to ACT like I was Deleting something
    OR just ACT ?
    It's fun to delete
    Ok - breaks over !




    ORIGINAL: AndyW


    This



    has always been a good hardware-based deleter for me...although it tends to be a bit "binary" in that you either delete the whole hard drive or you don't.








    ORIGINAL: Phrauge

    This



    has always been a good hardware-based deleter for me...although it tends to be a bit "binary" in that you either delete the whole hard drive or you don't.


    Want to try that again?



    ORIGINAL: Richard Brian

    This thread was deleted about 20 to 40% more than others.



    ORIGINAL: Quasar



    Like this, Andy. Just "copy the image location" and place the url in between the little HTML thingys that appear when you click on the image box.




    ORIGINAL: AndyW

    Fixed it! The google link must have been too long or something....thanX!




    ORIGINAL: mmarton

    If they update this delete, will it have sidechaining?




    ORIGINAL: AndyW


    ORIGINAL: mmarton

    If they update this delete, will it have sidechaining?


    Yes...I heard that if you delete a file in SONAR 6, it will also delete a random file on your wife or girlfriends laptop. Of course it you want it to work with both the wife AND the girlfriends laptops you will need to purchase an upgrade...



    ORIGINAL: Rain

    ORIGINAL: AndyW
    Oh Yeah! Well Delete THIS!


    ctrl-alt-Delete...

    done ;)




    ORIGINAL: AndyW


    ORIGINAL: Rain

    ORIGINAL: AndyW
    Oh Yeah! Well Delete THIS!


    ctrl-alt-Delete...

    done ;)



    Ha! I have a MAC, your PC mojo cannot harm me!


    <actually, I don't really have a Mac...too pricey! but the line is still funny!>




    ORIGINAL: keith


    ORIGINAL: AndyW
    I don't know why Cakewalk can't get with the times and have a full-featured delete function that EVERY other music production program has.


    It does... but unfortunately it's implemented as backspace in a software wrapper... so it has delete, but I guess you technically can't call it "native delete". Maybe someday they'll support native delete. And gapless delete. That would be good. One can only hope...


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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 09:11:41 (permalink)
    Oh what the heck... I'm deleting this too....


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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 09:18:18 (permalink)
    I've got a great shortcut...
    I just hit delete and then and then ok to post reply !
    Saves on harddrive usage
    Here I'll show ya
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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 12:46:04 (permalink)

     
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    RE: Post deleted 2006/09/10 13:01:19 (permalink)
    WAY too much time...

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