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rkbabang

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Re: Login over http
« Reply #30 on: November 01, 2019, 10:03:00 AM »
rk, thank you very much!

Also, I see the "tell me a joke" thread is increasing it's presence :D :D

:)   No problem.  If you search for "bulletin board code" you can get options for any of the tags.  Like this page:

https://www.solveigmm.com/forum/index.php?action=help;area=bbcode





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Re: Login over http
« Reply #31 on: November 04, 2019, 05:50:30 AM »

This mostly happened to me with music forums, back in the day.

Usually, they went from an old-school but super functional and fast boards to more "modern" but really slow and with lots of white space and low information-density things that were made to look good on a static mockup but not be clicked around on 100 times a day, and then died..

Don't suppose you were on the Hollertronix board?

I've always had a slight curiosity if there's any crossover between the music boards I hung out on, and here.

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Re: Login over http
« Reply #32 on: November 04, 2019, 06:23:33 AM »

This mostly happened to me with music forums, back in the day.

Usually, they went from an old-school but super functional and fast boards to more "modern" but really slow and with lots of white space and low information-density things that were made to look good on a static mockup but not be clicked around on 100 times a day, and then died..

Don't suppose you were on the Hollertronix board?

I've always had a slight curiosity if there's any crossover between the music boards I hung out on, and here.

No, not familiar with that one.
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Re: Login over http
« Reply #33 on: November 04, 2019, 02:11:23 PM »

This mostly happened to me with music forums, back in the day.

Usually, they went from an old-school but super functional and fast boards to more "modern" but really slow and with lots of white space and low information-density things that were made to look good on a static mockup but not be clicked around on 100 times a day, and then died..

Don't suppose you were on the Hollertronix board?

I've always had a slight curiosity if there's any crossover between the music boards I hung out on, and here.

What kind of discussion is going on at these music boards?
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Re: Login over http
« Reply #34 on: November 04, 2019, 02:24:56 PM »
What kind of discussion is going on at these music boards?

Naturally, such kind of exchange of information is subject to all kinds of censorship here on CoBF. Don't get any ideas! - You stay here!
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« Reply #35 on: November 04, 2019, 03:09:47 PM »
What kind of discussion is going on at these music boards?

Naturally, such kind of exchange of information is subject to all kinds of censorship here on CoBF. Don't get any ideas! - You stay here!

I don't add much to financial discussions here (surprise), but I get a ton of
value from reading all you guys, so I'll be hanging around for a while, and
occasionally throwing my bent, f'ed up, 2 pennies in.

I'm curious about what kind of music boards Liberty visits.

Are there some good theoretical & practical discussions going on about
popular music of the present & past (I'd find that super helpful & would
be able to contribute bigly)?
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Re: Login over http
« Reply #36 on: November 04, 2019, 03:11:42 PM »
Anyone interested audio gear, particularly vintage gear, should check out the audiokarma forums.
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« Reply #37 on: November 04, 2019, 03:21:12 PM »
Anyone interested audio gear, particularly vintage gear, should check out the audiokarma forums.

Nice.

This is one I've just started browsing.

https://www.keyboardforums.com
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« Reply #38 on: November 05, 2019, 06:29:26 AM »
What kind of discussion is going on at these music boards?

Naturally, such kind of exchange of information is subject to all kinds of censorship here on CoBF. Don't get any ideas! - You stay here!

I don't add much to financial discussions here (surprise), but I get a ton of
value from reading all you guys, so I'll be hanging around for a while, and
occasionally throwing my bent, f'ed up, 2 pennies in.

I'm curious about what kind of music boards Liberty visits.

Are there some good theoretical & practical discussions going on about
popular music of the present & past (I'd find that super helpful & would
be able to contribute bigly)?

I don't frequent music forums anymore, but I used to be very active on a few in the late 90s and early 2000s. Some were about underground metal ((death metal, black metal, grindcore, industrial, various scandinavian sub-genres, etc), and some were more general, covering folk, jazz, classical, electronic, rock, fusion, prog, etc, and all the various crossbreedings.

Mostly about sharing with others good albums we discovered, getting recommendations, reviewing albums, etc.
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Re: Login over http
« Reply #39 on: November 07, 2019, 05:25:06 AM »
Here's a great forum with up to date discussions about Yamaha keys & synths.

http://www.motifator.com

I've been researching a keyboard upgrade for months & have settled on the MOXF8 instead of the newer MODX8.

For some reason, Yamaha cut the sequencer out of the MODX & you have to use a DAW for this function.
The MOXF still has an internal sequencer so there's no need to have a laptop open during performances.

The sequencer allows you to specify voice changes on the keyboard at specific measures / beats.

This is a really nice feature to have & you can get it for $1000 +/-  new or used.

Yamaha beats Roland IMO unless you want that fully weighted spongy key bed feel.
Personally, I like the lighter "graded hammer action" of the Yamaha keyboards.
The Yamaha key bed is in between a fully weighted & synth action.

Anyone on here play?
Guitar, bass, keys, other?

I'd love to work up a Weird Al styled set list with rejiggered finance related lyrics, for Warren & Charlie.
We could spam the crap out of Omaha until they relent & let us play at an AGM!
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