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  1. PAIN

    Some nice elements in this. I too, am not an EDM aficionado so I can't say if the mix is correct or not. I can say that I think I hear all the instruments pretty clearly (except the drums as Kevin says). 

  2. 7 hours ago, marled said:

    We had this discussion once before! But the thing is I don't like to use a hub on my laptop. 'Cos another name for a laptop is "mobile computer" and with a hub it is not so mobile anymore! 😆

    Well don't carry a power cable with your laptop and hope your battery lasts long enough. 


    I'll get me coat.

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  3. 56 minutes ago, marled said:

    This ^^^

    and that you can only use the plugins on 1 single computer (I don't have any free USB's on my laptop and they don't support iLok any longer).


    8 minutes ago, kitekrazy said:

     I don't like their licensing.  I have 2 machines and I've bought 2nd licenses.  It gets to be a money pit.

    TIP: Waves (10, 11 or 12) license's can be put on a USB stick that can also be plugged into a USB hub. I do this on both my PC and my MacBook Pro. One license, used on any machine I want anywhere in the world with my USB stick.





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  4. Extra reading on the guitar I ordered.


    Epiphone and the Gibson Custom Shop have teamed up for the very first time, launching an affordable ’59-spec LP model: the Epiphone ‘59 Les Paul Standard.

    Part of Epiphone’s Inspired By Gibson series, the limited-edition guitar takes after the coveted vintage classic, offering a number of period-accurate appointments such as 50s-era wiring and a hand-rolled rounded ‘C’ neck profile.

    The Epiphone ’59 Les Paul Standard features a mahogany body, with a maple top and an AAA figured maple veneer, and cream binding. There’s also a mahogany neck with an Indian laurel fingerboard and 22 medium jumbo frets.

    A pair of authentic Gibson USA BurstBuckers are wired to period-correct specs to preserve top end when rolling off the volume control. In the control section are two pairs of volume and tone knobs with CTS pots and Mallory capacitors.

    The guitar sports hardware by Epiphone, including a LockTone tailpiece and stop bar set, as well as Epiphone Deluxe tuning machines with vintage tulip keys. There’s also a commemorative metal medallion toggle switch plate on the back of the guitar.

    The Epiphone ’59 Les Paul Standard is priced at just $799 and comes in two finishes: Aged Dark Burst and Aged Dark Cherry Burst. It also ships with a vintage-style brown hard case.


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