praying to the aliens

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    space_cowboy
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    RE: praying to the aliens 2009/01/26 21:03:44 (permalink)
    ha
    i like the pickup sticks analogy

    I was a Cubase user for a while. Talk about not intuitive. I have friends that used Logic and they said the learning curve was hideous.

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    RE: praying to the aliens 2009/01/27 02:50:05 (permalink)
    I won't get drawn into the "my sequencer is best" .. I've been thru that from the computer / mod tracker / ST seqeuencer days onward.hehe

    I will say how different people have set up their sequencer to do what they want, logic being vastly different from user to user..

    and the 100 ways to skin a cat line is true with all of these things.



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    RE: praying to the aliens 2009/01/27 03:39:10 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Fog

    and the 100 ways to skin a cat line is true with all of these things.



    I prefer to start with the tail. Oh wait...I thought this was the "how to field dress a cat" forum...Sorry folks, move along, nothing to see here...

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    RE: praying to the aliens 2009/01/27 12:52:12 (permalink)
    I must be an exceptional genius, then. Because I installed SONAR, fired it up and started using it right away.

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    RE: praying to the aliens 2009/01/27 13:49:24 (permalink)
    I consider myself a moderately intelligent guy, with an IQ approaching 3 digits. Cubase was not an easy transition for me. And I stuck with it for Cubase 5.1, SX1, SX2 and ditched it with instability problems on SX3.

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    RE: praying to the aliens 2009/01/27 13:59:09 (permalink)
    Mbaaarkem granotybe versin!

    Or, put another way if you come from another planet anyway it's not a problem!
    post edited by Jonbouy - 2009/01/27 14:03:24

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    RE: praying to the aliens 2009/01/27 15:27:31 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: bdickens
    I must be an exceptional genius, then. Because I installed SONAR, fired it up and started using it right away.

    I've told the story before... but I tried EVERYTHING out there when I decided to go with Sonar. I'm a lot like Byron... Sonar was the one I installed and in 60 seconds had sound, so, that's where I've been ever since.

    I've actually worked in ProTools, Logic, Cubase, etc., since... and I still like Sonar better, but I'm man enough to admit it's mostly because I know where everything is NOW, instead of having to figure out a new language.

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