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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by alantig, Mar 10, 2019.
Got something new last night. Get this - it’s green.
Oh - and it harkens back to my youth, and no doubt a few other folks’ youths here. 11Top and Les will be able to identify it right away, I’m sure.
Edited to add a visual hint...
Is it flexible?
New Gumby, dammit!!!
Saw it in a local record store at lunch yesterday and didn’t buy it. But it stuck in my head all afternoon, so I grabbed it last night and put it down on my music desk this afternoon while I was setting up my new controller surface. I haven’t bent this one much (it is very flexible), but I remember having several of these as a kid, and after so many bends, a wire would usually stick out as the rubber started to split.
Thought about buying a Bad Girl Lois action figure, too, but there’s only so much of this my wife can stand in one day. Although I think she likes the idea that I might buy a Rick James Funko...
Where's Mr. Bill?
Gumby! I loved playing with Gumby as a kid.
But now I want to see the new controller surface.
Mr. Potatohead is disappointed to being relegated to the Island of Misfit Toys. “No one wants a Charlie/Alan-in-the-Box...”
And with our impending Brexit, this one’s quite topical!
Hope your digit is slightly more flexible!
Kenny is where it’s at.
Kenny resides on the window sill. And that's Princess Kenny to you!
I'd love to have Mr. Bill on there somewhere. I have the old Mr. Bill Show book still. For a TV class in high school, I wanted to do How Mr. Bill Becomes A Law (would have needed a Tonka truck to explain overriding a veto), but I was outvoted.
I still quote Mr. Gumby.
The fingers getting there - still a lot of swelling. But it's getting there.
Good to hear.
Mr Sluggo Rules!!!
PreSonus Faderport 8. Motorized faders, the controls can be changed to adjust pan, EQ, or plug-in settings. It was almost as easy to set up as a guitar pick - seriously. It’s designed to work with Studio One - very tight integration - but it also has modes that allow it to work with other DAWs like Logic and ProTools.
The closest thing I had to an issue was a misunderstanding on my part. When I saw it in the store, it wasn’t connected to anything and was in Studio One mode. The display window at the top showed a message, “Studio One, waiting for host”. Changing modes is as simple as holding down two buttons when you power the unit on, then pressing select for the mode you want. Which I did for Logic and...it was blank. So I went to the net and made sure I was doing it right. Fired up Logic, and it synced right away. Couldn’t have been easier. This is going to make mixing so much easier.