Discussion in 'Recording' started by munkee, Dec 9, 2001.
PS. How's the XP Optimizing going?
No...I'm not childish like those guys...I dont go talking about people behind their backs making statements that people are ludicrous or dumb-asses :roll:
everyone is entitled to their opinions..let the baby's have their fun poking at someone they know nothing about.
If they happen to come over here and read this..which I hope they do...grow up guys!
If you have the balls to say something say it to my face..plain and simple...geez :roll:
It's a friggen statement..I noticed a very clear audible audio quality..other people have as well.
Instead of making Gaffaw statements how about discussing it and doing the amount of testing and problem solving that I do..I'm a troubleshooter..I'm a technician...when I worked for sweetwater I used to get stumped alot at work..so I would think about those issues a certain customer would have and try and duplicate it to understand it on my own machine(s). After doing that every day and night for two years I put myself thru serious listening time! What am I doing..I dont need to defend myself..as I said earlier..let them be little kids with immature attitudes. I never went to the Cubase forums because I always heard they were lame bitching posts and thats all...
and thats all for me folks on this topic..anyone comes in and starts bitching..your posts will be gone.
I wasnt called the Grim Reaper at sweetwater for nothing!
I really wish we could have a serious technical discussion on this topic. Too bad the theads are closed. How about starting a new one with all the data layed out and invite everyone? If the difference is real and perceivable, many people have been, will be, and are now affected by it to some extent. If it is our goal to improve the gear we pass our audio thru, everyone should at least keep their mind open and bring something useful to the table if they can.
Let's start fresh. Whaddaya say... clean slate?
I'm over it...I stated my case and wiped my slate clean..I think it's more those guys that cant get over a personal statement!!
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