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post edited by mister happy - 2018/02/25 12:58:34


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    Lanceindastudio
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    Re:made in U.S.A. 2010/09/10 20:23:32 (permalink)
    wowwwwwwwww lol

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    Re:made in U.S.A. 2010/09/10 20:43:05 (permalink)
    I wonder if they have any very super value happy drums with which I can make
    provide good service with them.
    They seem trustworthy and by the photo I can see it's artisan quality craftsmanship.

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    Re:made in U.S.A. 2010/09/10 21:36:01 (permalink)
    Well, maybe the wood did come from the USA. Possibly the finish....

    Gear: A bunch of stuff.
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    Re:made in U.S.A. 2010/09/10 23:27:23 (permalink)
    Middleman


    Well, maybe the wood did come from the USA. Possibly the finish....

    Undoubtedly very high in lead content. Very much good quality for heavy metal sound.

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    Re:made in U.S.A. 2018/02/06 00:24:38 (permalink)
    I bought a new laptop recently, because my old one died, and I'm finding it impossible to reload Sonar Home Studio 6 and Sonarx3 onto it. I've managed to load up Music Creator Touch6 with no problems, but with the others, when I get to the point in the installation wizard where it wants the serial number, a balloon pops up saying "Serial number invalid". I've checked my account, and the serial numbers are listed there as the same ones I type in. What's up?! 
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    Re:made in U.S.A. 2018/02/07 10:17:36 (permalink)
    Why have you asked your question at the end of a thread from 2010? About hardware.

    In any case check upper and lower case and check 0, zero and O the letter. That’s all I got. If that doesn’t fix it I suggest you post your problem in a new thread in the Sonar forum not the Hardware forum.

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    Re:made in U.S.A. 2018/02/10 14:53:11 (permalink)
    Middleman
    Well, maybe the wood did come from the USA. Possibly the finish....

    There is no doubt 
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    Re:made in U.S.A. 2018/02/10 18:04:05 (permalink)
    Kenny Mack
    ... when I get to the point in the installation wizard where it wants the serial number, a balloon pops up saying "Serial number invalid". I've checked my account, and the serial numbers are listed there as the same ones I type in.



    Have you tried copy-paste?  I don't remember if the Sonar installer auto-formats it for you when pasting, but worst case, you can manually copy-paste each part of the serial into its own field.

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