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  1. Bapu

    What deals used to be

    I remember playing ADVENTURE on the HP3000 Series III.
  2. Well, you're probably right, or not.
  3. That's usually the hidden message in these types of announcements. See your first question. 🙂
  4. It was participation level, not cost. One less plugin per month covered the cost.
  5. "Native Instruments and iZotope will continue to exist independently, with our own leadership, teams, brands, and product lines. But when it comes to defining our shared future and vision, the two of us will work side-by-side as co-presidents of the new group, supported by our talented and passionate teams." IOW, they haven't figured out who to fire first and where the real redundancies are. 🙂
  6. Me four. Still have it but not connected to anything.
  7. Bapu

    What deals used to be

    10MB? That's insane.
  8. I don't know how it can be more stable. It's never crashed on me or anything like that.
  9. After realizing that I only have and use the headphones only version (my IK iLoud MTMs come with ARC built in) I will be upgrading ($39) to the new version just because.
  10. My drummer friend hates the throne I have (mid range Gibralter) for my set in the studio. With COVID I have not had to hear his complaint for over a year now. 🙂 I used to tell him to bring his but he never did.
  11. Nope, not yet.
  12. The greatest invention evah on the other end of the age spectrum.
  13. Or in my case the brains. That's why it's so easy to just bumble about in any DAW I own.
  14. I bought their morphverb. It's ok.
  15. @Shane_B. You could still learn the 2-Step you old bugger And then the person you tagged gets a notification as opposed to having to stumble upon your untagged reply. 😉
  16. The cool looking factor is there for sure Reid. As a bass player and at €29 it's borderline must have. 🙂
  17. About 40 years ago. In 2009 I had a reunion jam with the band in our high school era. My ex-wife (high school girlfriend) stopped by to see the guys. That's about a 'live' as it gets. I much more prefer the recording approach, especially virtually. Live playing was never much fun for me. You know the old joke: loads up thou$and$ in gear to drive 50 miles to make $50 (or less).
  18. I was already in the workforce in the field of materials management which led to computer programming ultimately. Still doing that today 45 years later.
  19. Oh yeah, Early days I played in a band with Burleigh Drummond (before he joined Ambrosia) and I played in a band with Chas Sandford before he became a producer of Chicago and Stevie Nicks among others. I turned down the opportunity to audition for the reforming Uriah Heep, and then foolishly a fledgling act called Hall and Oats.
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