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Kidd Cabbage

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  1. Agreed with everything in that post.
  2. I'm there all weekend chilling with the MM crew.
  3. Screw you guys. I'm going on hot dates with babes online. You know you're jealous.
  4. Or I've never paid any attention to anime.
  5. Well, I guess the difference is that Urojididi isn't considered one of the greatest series of this gaming generation.
  6. Yeah, to me, it was just like "Okay, let's take a really generic slasher game. BUT THEN WE SLAP TITS ALL OVER IT AND MAKE LIKE SUPER SWEET STUFF EVERYWHERE LIKE FUCKING GETTING THEIR HEADS CUT OFF AND PROBABLY RACECARS TOO AND THIS GAME WILL BE AWESOME."
  7. I was actually bored shitless with God of War 1 and 2, or I'd have probably picked that up, too.
  8. Just got a PS3 today, along with FFXIII, Valkyrie Chronicles, Uncharted 2, and Little Big Planet.
  9. ...there was darkness. The amount of time that had passed was long lost in the days spent in solitude. The only company given was the occasional water droplet echoing every couple hours in the corner of the room. Eventually, the water droplet echoed longer... echoed closer... until the water droplet would reverberate in your mind for hours, splitting your skull. The company was a torturing solace in a place where all other senses deadened. And the droplets knew this, preying on your weakness and tearing you apart from the inside out. There were no days, there were only droplets. And after an uncountable amount of drips, a rattle. Then, a creak and a line of blinding light, awakening vision before the eyes could be readied. One would think light to do more than incite horror... but this light was a harbinger of worse pain than the droplets. The door opened, and in the rectangle of light stood the silhouette of misery. It approached... "Greetings," said Sony. Nintendo convulsed, his terror deafening him to the sound of his rattling chains. "No need to react like that. What is this, the third grade?" Nintendo couldn't find the words to respond. "Well, things are going to get messy, then," said Sony, as he removed his gloves. "I'm sure you know by now that real boxers don't hit like this. Eengh engh unghggueghegh eghnghgengh." And with that, a shimmer of light from the doorway glinted Sony's eyes. They were cold. Always so cold and calculated. Ready to make his next carefully calculated move...
  10. To reference Maddox: "Wow, if only I had thought of the bright idea of putting an mp3 player on a portable hard drive. Damn that's brilliant. I had that idea years ago. I also have another idea: a car that can fly. I will sue anyone who makes it." It's true. The only thing that the iPod's success shows is that Apple is good at marketing, nothing more. Obviously, this person has never recorded in Logic, using an OS, program, and audio drivers made by the same company. I've had less problems in Sonar, on Windows, using Echo drivers.
  11. Sony is a more down to Earth asshole, who knows that they're throwing their weight around and punching children. Apple is the pretentious, condescending indie kid who, when he realizes that nobody likes him, is like "Oh, shoot. Was I just being a silly jerk this whole time? Whoopsie!"
  12. I'm a Mac... and I'm a PC. Also, I saw that commercial and rofled. I also bought a PS3 today. Huzzah!
  13. STOP! You violated the law!
  14. At some point, you will regret not listening. ANY laptop hardware is more expensive. And serious recording requires a LOT of space, ram, and CPU power - much cheaper and better on desktops. If you want to get a laptop AFTER a desktop as a supplement, sure, okay... But if you don't want to listen to these guys, and end up using a laptop as your main recording computer, trust me when I say that you WILL regret it at some point.
  15. Well, I actually do have a spare Oxygen8 (25-key) sitting in my closet, but it's the silver version.
  16. I've got the Adler book, and this is good advice. However, before you need to know about orchestration, you gotta know about the composition aspect.
  17. Poor kid got his thread locked, though, before EVERYONE got a chance to hear his theme song!

  18. Haha, well, uhh... I like how indie and indie pop are their own separate categories from both each other and the main rock/pop categories... But Folk and Jazz are grouped together... and they're about as polar opposite as it gets.
  19. This list would be far too long and subjective for there to really be a complete list on here. There are at least 100 different styles of electronica alone, let alone the tons of various styles of latin rhythms and whatnot that could be on there. Not to mention metal. Oh God, I could think of millions. (which, by the way, shouldn't be under rock.)
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