• Another intrusion

    From George@DIGDIST/OXFORDMI to All on Wed Aug 16 17:37:00 2017
    Sticking my virtual head in yet again, to see whats virtually going on.

    Mick

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  • From Mickey@DIGDIST/OXFORDMI to George on Wed Aug 16 17:43:00 2017
    LIAR liar.... pants afire! :-)

    http://imgur.com/K2VoO01

    @realmickey

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  • From Nightfox@DIGDIST to George on Thu Aug 17 08:52:32 2017
    Re: Another intrusion
    By: George to All on Wed Aug 16 2017 05:37 pm

    Sticking my virtual head in yet again, to see whats virtually going on.

    I see your message here.

    Nightfox

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  • From Lupine Furmen@DIGDIST/SNDSRC2 to George on Sun Aug 20 03:18:00 2017
    Sticking my virtual head in yet again, to see whats virtually going on.

    Not much. I rarely get any message posts from this network.

    But got you here at Sounds Source ][ in Huntsville, AL.

    -Dallas (Lupine Furmen) Vinson
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  • From Vk3jed@DIGDIST/FREEWAY to Lupine Furmen on Mon Aug 21 08:04:00 2017
    Lupine Furmen wrote to George <=-

    Sticking my virtual head in yet again, to see whats virtually going on.

    Not much. I rarely get any message posts from this network.

    Maybe we need to form a virtual band? ;)


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  • From Mickey@DIGDIST/OXFORDMI to Vk3jed on Sun Aug 20 22:49:00 2017
    On 08/21/17, Vk3jed considered the following...

    Maybe we need to form a virtual band? ;)


    Done it. Just involves sending music files around to be updated and move them along, of course everyone involved needs the same music editor software, and
    a reasonably good condenser mic. Great fun really.

    Mick

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  • From Vk3jed@DIGDIST/FREEWAY to Mickey on Mon Aug 21 16:33:00 2017
    Mickey wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    Done it. Just involves sending music files around to be updated and
    move them along, of course everyone involved needs the same music
    editor software, and a reasonably good condenser mic. Great fun really.

    Yeah, I can see the fun in that. Pity I don't have any musical talent. I could try doing the mixing though. I might have better hope there. :)


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  • From Nightfox@DIGDIST to Mickey on Mon Aug 21 12:34:47 2017
    Re: Re: Another intrusion
    By: Mickey to Vk3jed on Sun Aug 20 2017 10:49 pm

    Maybe we need to form a virtual band? ;)

    Done it. Just involves sending music files around to be updated and move them along, of course everyone involved needs the same music editor software, and a reasonably good condenser mic. Great fun really.

    I'm not sure it would have to be the same software, would it? Seems like someone would be able to share a WAV file of one track and someone could import it into a project, record a track, then send send a WAV (or several WAVs, one for each track) back, etc.. I haven't done a virtual band though. I've occasionally messed around with Mixcraft (on Windows) to record music, and I think it can import and export WAV files for the tracks (or MIDI files, if some of the tracks are virtual instruments). I suppose for the virtual instrument MIDI files, it would help to use the same software.. though I'm sure it could render those tracks to audio and export a WAV file.

    Nightfox

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  • From Vk3jed@DIGDIST/FREEWAY to Nightfox on Tue Aug 22 09:29:00 2017
    Nightfox wrote to Mickey <=-

    I'm not sure it would have to be the same software, would it? Seems
    like someone would be able to share a WAV file of one track and someone could import it into a project, record a track, then send send a WAV
    (or several WAVs, one for each track) back, etc.. I haven't done a virtual band though. I've occasionally messed around with Mixcraft (on Windows) to record music, and I think it can import and export WAV
    files for the tracks (or MIDI files, if some of the tracks are virtual instruments). I suppose for the virtual instrument MIDI files, it
    would help to use the same software.. though I'm sure it could render those tracks to audio and export a WAV file.

    I'm sure it could be done, and WAV files should work fine. Yeah with MIDI, you'd want to make sure it's going to sound the same as intended, so exporting to a WAV at the source end would help. Sounds like a fun project. :)


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