At 11/30/12 01:52 PM, Sequenced wrote:
If anyone else wants to meet up that's in the tri-state area, let me know.
I'm going to be bored as fuck for a month. My break is dec 15th - jan 13th.
Ha, we have the same break almost exactly.
However, both of the places where I live in the "tri-state area" (I'm assuming PA, NJ, NY...), are actually pretty far from NJ.
My home (where I'll be over break) is in Albany, which is like 3 hours from NYC, and I'm going to school in Pittsburgh, which I think is even further (PA's pretty wide).
I'm visiting NYC some point over break, so it might be cool to say hi briefly then. If you can get more people then I'll definitely consider meeting up for a day or two.
At 11/30/12 04:32 AM, MrSaint wrote:
I left the Skype chat thingy a few weeks ago. It got a bit annoying. What really pissed me off, was that I didn't see any Audio Forum regs in there, except for a few, but they bailed out quickly
If we gathered only the regs, I'm pretty sure the atmosphere would be much friendlier and different.
Yeah. IRC was like that for a while, but people just stopped showing up. I mean, I could always just host a small vent server... or we could just pick some random freenode channel... the only thing stopping us from forming a better chatroom is getting people to actually use it.
At 11/30/12 04:17 AM, Mich wrote:
I've been fiddling with a techno project I started over a month ago, and I've got a pretty energetic loop going. Now if only I figure out how to build a proper intro to it so it can turn into an actual track, that'd be cool.
Hah, I know that feeling well. Good luck :) I think building a song from a loop is, bar none, the most challenging part of producing. I struggle at exactly that point more often than I'd like to admit.