You? Suck? No way! That's not my implication at all. I just think you were promoting dialogue, and that's a good thing in a forum!<br><br><br><br>Shooshie<br><br><br>[color:green]Pictures and things</font color=green>
It is surprising that anybody could look at GarageBand as anything but a gift of musical technology to the average common folk. It is truly a great thing. <br><br>Music sprang from primitive man and has been with us ever since. However,"professional" music has not always been available to the common folk. Even with the renaissance, how many common folk were privileged enough to be able to listen to an orchestra? We take it for granted now, because of technology, but it wasn't always available to us common folk. Thanks to the technology of recorded music, radio and other forms of mass communication music is available to virtually everyone.<br><br>The technology of music making has also followed a similar path of increasing availability to the common folk. GarageBand is merely another stepping stone in that path. Thank goodness this path is still open and progressing. Why would anyone fear that or wish it closed off. After all, we also have the technology to change the station or the channel or to simply not listen to what we don't want to. This is not a threat to the sensibilities of the "professionals". It is a wonderful gift to anyone who wishes to have some creative fun and enhance their life.<br><br>Chris<br><br>Light-Imagery<br> <br><br>
Not to belabor this, but show me where I called you an idiot. Yes, I said there's something you don't get yet, but if you re-read my first post, you'll see I also said your much to bright to have said something like that had you thought about it. That's not a slam, my friend, that's a vote of confidence. That's saying you're capable of better. Translation: constructive criticism.<br><br>In time, you'll learn to get as give as you get, but until you do, it's best not to throw the kind of personal jabs you did if you don't want the other person to jab back.<br><br>Nuff sed — by me at least.<br><br>
I know Steve, I wasn't talking specifically about this thread but in general. No hard feelings. I always read your posts carefully and I do need to learn to accept criticism. I could never deal with it, but I guess it's a good sign that at least now I realize it. Anyway, as you said enough of me whining. I feel like a girl. <br><br><pre>PMG5/1.8Ghz/1GBRAM, PBG3/400Mhz/768MBRAM, AirportX</pre><p>
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