Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by Warhead, Jan 2, 2004.
Me and a few friends are curious! Long E is my guess.
....sorry Warhead ..... it's a short 'E'.
It's derived from 'Sebastian '...the real name of the guy that builds and designs most of the gear.
I'm just the dude that sits around talking about it. :s:
I pronounce it: AWESOME when I'm relaxed however, when I'm on the phone: S as in Sonic, E as in Excellent and so on. and finally after a good rap it's just pain Sebexcellence
Thanks guys...that's what I get for guessing!
actually if you put the aussi accent it does kinda sound like a long "e"
Well I spose if you use that fake Aussie accent that Hollywood seems to use (which sounds more New Zealand than Aussie to us), then maybe kinda.... but still not really. :wink:
OK cool I'll take your word for it! I guess I'm used to the hollywood take on it.
Definately short "e".
Hey Seb - how ya been my friend - and when ya coming to the states again ?
Life's too short to just spend it working...........
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