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2019/01/15 02:20:05 (permalink)

So long and thanks!

The closing of this forum is indeed the end of an era! Many thanks to Noel and everyone on the forum for decades of music making and help with Cakewalk's products.
 
All the best for the future,
Bruce.

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 03:22:46 (permalink)
Why are people saying so long when there is nothing to say goodbye to? The 0's and 1's of this forum are now replaced by some new 0's and 1's. I've never felt it necessary to say so long to an old version of a vst that I am upgrading. It seems like a lot of people are doing the equivalent of getting up from your seat in a friend's dining room, saying goodbye to them and then walking from there into the same friend's living room only to sit back down and say, "Hi it's so good to see you."

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 10:48:55 (permalink)
With a damp little eye, to Band Lab we fly.
And with a little decorum, we say goodbye to this forum.

 
 

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 12:57:50 (permalink)
I directly attribute any and all success I have achieved in the digital recording industry to this forum and it's more than able participants. I learned more here than any course on digital gear and techniques. For this I will be forever grateful!
Now to move on to the new forum with a fresh and revitalizing outlook for better things to come.
Boy! We have come a long way from the doom and gloom of the Gibson announcement that Cakewalk was dead. May Cakewalk survive a long and prosperous existence that benefits us all!
To this forum I bid a fond farewell and thanks. See you all in the new forum.

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 13:03:47 (permalink)
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With a damp little eye
and a little decorum
t’wards a wider path from a narrow track.
To BandLab we fly
say goodbye to this forum
(unless you are an unsentimental yak).
 


Fixed that for you.
 
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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 13:22:47 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby SupaReels Music 2019/01/15 13:47:06
Royal Yaksman
Why are people saying so long when there is nothing to say goodbye to? The 0's and 1's of this forum are now replaced by some new 0's and 1's. I've never felt it necessary to say so long to an old version of a vst that I am upgrading. It seems like a lot of people are doing the equivalent of getting up from your seat in a friend's dining room, saying goodbye to them and then walking from there into the same friend's living room only to sit back down and say, "Hi it's so good to see you."


 
It's more like your local pub being taken over by new management. You lose 'your' barstool, and they put in a widescreen TV where the dartboard was.
 


 
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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 13:31:07 (permalink)
See you all in the new digs! :)
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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 13:31:18 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby jamesg1213 2019/01/15 13:39:07
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It's more like your local pub being taken over by new management. You lose 'your' barstool, and they put in a widescreen TV where the dartboard was.
 



Wait. They're getting rid of the dartboard?!!... But how are we supposed to yell, "One hundred and eightyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!"
 
Also I'm less worried by the lose my stool situation, than I am by a loose stool situation!

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 13:39:13 (permalink)


 
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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 13:53:08 (permalink)
 

 

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 15:15:41 (permalink)
so long farewell auf wiedersehen goodnight.
Please turn off the lights and close the door
When you wake up you will be on the other side. Hopefully you will join us on the other site
 

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 17:07:57 (permalink)
My extreme appreciation to all of you and a fine year ahead!

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 18:09:56 (permalink)
I guess it's nearly time to enter the transporter and have Scotty beam me aboard the new ship, where the rest of the crew is.  One more look around The Enterprise before Kirk smashes her into Internets.
 
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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 18:18:47 (permalink)
This has been my "homepage" for so many years....

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/15 21:55:10 (permalink)
Yeah...this is like moving out of the house you grew up in as a kid.  Cool to be going to a new place, but I learned lots here.

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/16 01:14:42 (permalink)
Many thanks to all who've taught me and fixed my problems over the years.  See you around the corner.

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/16 02:09:46 (permalink)
Never thought I'd see this day come.
 
Goodbye dear friend.

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/16 04:31:05 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby jyoung60 2019/01/16 13:15:23
Its not over. We are all gathering in the new very well designed forum. A very pleasant place.
However, I do know that this was our home for a very long time. Many have been great teachers and problem solvers. Its a forum that has a good history with a huge knowledge base. It will still be here to read. Than again finding anything may be an issue. LOL Just as it has always been.
I started in 2003 when it was started and have enjoyed reading the posts here ever since.   I have learned a lot. I don't think all the things that have been discussed here are in any other forum.  It has been you the members that have made this a fine forum.   
 

Best
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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/16 04:58:47 (permalink)
Yeah...I definitely look forward to checking in over there.  I've got new tunes to share, LOL!
 
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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/16 05:34:19 (permalink)
Good Night Old Friend, Good Night. . . . 

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/16 17:00:58 (permalink)
Hope to see you all on the other side.

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/16 18:13:27 (permalink)
Looks like this is it.  Wow...I'm sure this is the first forum I ever joined.  Thank you!

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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/16 18:48:17 (permalink)
John
Its not over. We are all gathering in the new very well designed forum. A very pleasant place.
However, I do know that this was our home for a very long time. Many have been great teachers and problem solvers. Its a forum that has a good history with a huge knowledge base. It will still be here to read. Than again finding anything may be an issue. LOL Just as it has always been.
I started in 2003 when it was started and have enjoyed reading the posts here ever since.   I have learned a lot. I don't think all the things that have been discussed here are in any other forum.  It has been you the members that have made this a fine forum.   
 


 Well put. This forum has been inspiring over the years. It's more than the ones and zeros just as a building is more than brick and mortar when it becomes a home. Some people will choose the new place, some will move on. By any measure it won't be the same. Thanks for the years of education, wallet draining and enjoyment.
 
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Re: So long and thanks! 2019/01/16 20:45:37 (permalink)
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I directly attribute any and all success I have achieved in the digital recording industry to this forum and it's more than able participants. I learned more here than any course on digital gear and techniques. For this I will be forever grateful!
Now to move on to the new forum with a fresh and revitalizing outlook for better things to come.
Boy! We have come a long way from the doom and gloom of the Gibson announcement that Cakewalk was dead. May Cakewalk survive a long and prosperous existence that benefits us all!
To this forum I bid a fond farewell and thanks. See you all in the new forum.

Hear Hear!

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