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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2013-01-07 18:24:05 Reply

At 1/7/13 04:53 PM, AJtheRipper wrote: Does anybody here like metal? More specifically brutal death metal or "slam" death metal? I feel I might be wasting time posting any of my new stuff here as nobody will like it :*(

I have a particular and odd taste for stuff like Dimmu Borgir, Cradle of Filth, although that's closer to "black metal". Stuff with really growly vocals yeah. Children of Bodom is sorta growly too, but more melodic.

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At 1/7/13 05:42 PM, Step wrote:
At 1/7/13 05:19 PM, jpbear wrote: Italy has a ridiculously low church attendance rate yet has confirmation rates extremely high (a catholic ritual about age 15 in italy)

Probably about 1 in 50 people at age 18 still attend mass. (at most)

Proof that teaching things at a young age does not come close to brainwashing.
The Maltese side of my family (not the English side) is strongly Christian, my grandparents especially, so I was taught exclusively Christianity when I was young. Like everyone else I also had to go to catechism classes, get baptised, confirmed, go to mass every Sunday, learn Christianity at school from a young age, and all that. At one point in secondary school our religion teacher flat-out said that he thinks atheists are idiots.

But then as I grew older I started disregarding all that I learnt, so clearly the "brainwashing" didn't work on me. Same story for a number of people I know too. I think that thankfully our generation, being exposed to the internet, allows for more open-mindedness (in fact here in Malta, the percentage of elderly people who believe in God is muuuuch larger than the percentage of teenagers who don't).

Still, I think this "brainwashing" does still happen. There's a reason why, taking the example of Malta again, most of it is Christian. As far as I know, when we're kids, we believe what our parents tell us and it gets imprinted into our minds a lot more easily than when we grow up, and I bet that if all the devout Christian teenagers and adults here had been brought up somewhere with different religions, most if not all of them would not be Christian.

...And it's almost needless to say, and it's because parents don't teach their kids to be open-minded about religion, they teach their kids their own religion. So all of a sudden, out of the hundreds of religions out there, your religion or lack thereof would rely very heavily on your upbringing, and not on your own self-conscious decisions.

Yeah I type too much.

If you actually believe in something, why wouldn't you want to share it with others, especially your children? I was raised with a certain set of beliefs, but I would by no means consider myself brainwashed. Everything can and should be questioned, but that doesn't mean that we should toss out the idea of the existence of God in the process. It is quite possible to believe in God and still be rational.

In fact, I would argue Christianity is entirely rational, if viewed correctly. The problem is most people have no idea what Christianity is. For most, Christianity is "that annoying thing my parents used to make me do. "

The only reason we have the great works of ancient philosophy today is because of Christianity, Catholicism in particular. Even the modern and post-modern philosophers must give credit to the importance Christian thought throughout the history of philosophy. Descartes studied Aristotle and Plato as well as St. Aquinas and St. Augustine (who came up with "I think therefore I am" a thousand years before Descartes).

Rational thought is imperative to true Christianity. I have no problem with people choosing one belief system over another, but ultimately we all have to believe something. Dismissing the Bible as a load of rubbish because it was written thousands of years ago is a weak approach to dismantling Christian belief. Aristotle also wrote thousands of years ago, and people put great worth into his words.

I won't fault anyone for choosing to believe what they will, nor will I fault parents for passing their beliefs off to their children (even if I disagree with them). That's part of what makes us human. It doesn't mean we are bound to believe what our parents believe, but religious belief (or lack thereof) is deeply embedded in the human experience.

tl;dr - Evolution/sciency things and Jesusy things are not mutually exclusive.

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At 1/7/13 06:39 PM, bassfiddlejones wrote: In fact, I would argue Christianity is entirely rational, if viewed correctly. The problem is most people have no idea what Christianity is. For most, Christianity is "that annoying thing my parents used to make me do. "

The only reason we have the great works of ancient philosophy today is because of Christianity, Catholicism in particular. Even the modern and post-modern philosophers must give credit to the importance Christian thought throughout the history of philosophy. Descartes studied Aristotle and Plato as well as St. Aquinas and St. Augustine (who came up with "I think therefore I am" a thousand years before Descartes).

Rational thought is imperative to true Christianity. I have no problem with people choosing one belief system over another, but ultimately we all have to believe something. Dismissing the Bible as a load of rubbish because it was written thousands of years ago is a weak approach to dismantling Christian belief. Aristotle also wrote thousands of years ago, and people put great worth into his words.

I won't fault anyone for choosing to believe what they will, nor will I fault parents for passing their beliefs off to their children (even if I disagree with them). That's part of what makes us human. It doesn't mean we are bound to believe what our parents believe, but religious belief (or lack thereof) is deeply embedded in the human experience.

tl;dr - Evolution/sciency things and Jesusy things are not mutually exclusive.

Nah I totally get what you're saying. I never said that parents shouldn't share their beliefs with children. In fact, like I said, I'm all for freedom of speech. But forcing your child to go to catechism classes, mass every day at school (with punishments if you don't go), obligatory religion lessons at school, etc... is taking it too far. If religion is so important in human culture, then at least treat it as such, and not treat it as a way of life imposed upon children.

Also yes, there is some rational foundation for certain religions. There's proof that Jesus existed, and that he made a hell of an impact in his time. But you can't base religion entirely on science. There's no actual scientific proof that God exists, nor undeniable proof that Jesus turned water into wine.

The stuff implied in the Bible is waaaaay beyond anything science can possibly explain. You can't prove it nor can you disprove it (ever heard of the dragon in my garage?). You need faith to make that extra step to believing in Christianity, and that's something that's entirely personal, and it depends on how much you value science as the only way of understanding the universe or not.

And also, taking your example of Aristotle... people blindly believing in what he said ended up bringing us back many years of progress. Don't get me wrong, Aristotle was a brilliant guy, but he made some mistakes, such as his infamous mistake of believing in the Pre-Socratic notion that everything is made up out of the four elements, when the Atomists had already figured out everything was made of atoms ages before his time. Putting great worth into something and believing that something is true are two entirely different things!


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2013-01-07 20:20:56 Reply

Soz though... I'm more into the melodic kinds of metal.

(I don't know how to multiquote - i r forumnewb)
But to all who said basically this:

It's all good! I like melodeath too but the problem is my guitar playing is right in between amateur and intermediate... wait no just amateur. I just like the chug chug guitar sounds and broooootal growls haha. But I posted some horse shit, it was my first song I ever made so feel free to rip me a new one if you check it out.

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At 1/7/13 07:11 PM, Step wrote: stuff

you're jumping around to so many related topics it would be impossible to properly say anything to this man.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2013-01-07 21:32:48 Reply

Bootlegs, Remixes, Reduxes, Reworks, etc.

I've never know what term means what. But if I like a song thats unreleased and I decide to piece together/repeat parts ripped from youtube etc. to remove a DJ talking over the top- is that called a bootleg? It's all the same original song, I've just kinda rearranged it

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2013-01-07 22:11:18 Reply

I got me a Wii U yaaay.

This thing better get the good games in the future.

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At 1/7/13 09:32 PM, AeroMusic wrote: Bootlegs, Remixes, Reduxes, Reworks, etc.

I've never know what term means what. But if I like a song thats unreleased and I decide to piece together/repeat parts ripped from youtube etc. to remove a DJ talking over the top- is that called a bootleg? It's all the same original song, I've just kinda rearranged it

no because theres no original content.

Its just an edit of the song.

You can write:
Song artist - song title ([your name] edit)

but i would just put (Edit) since its a bit dickey to put yourself in something so menial

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At 1/7/13 10:11 PM, Braiton wrote: I got me a Wii U yaaay.

This thing better get the good games in the future.

In the mean time you can stock up on the good games of today. Mario Galaxy, sonic colors, and you can look forward to Rayman legends. Mm Rayman legends. Im hyped as hell for that game.


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edit! of course, i'll do that :)

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At 1/7/13 10:14 PM, sweet21 wrote:
At 1/7/13 10:11 PM, Braiton wrote: I got me a Wii U yaaay.

This thing better get the good games in the future.
In the mean time you can stock up on the good games of today. Mario Galaxy, sonic colors, and you can look forward to Rayman legends. Mm Rayman legends. Im hyped as hell for that game.

Yeah I already had a wii so I played half of them good games.
Not a fan of Rayman so I don't think I'm getting that.

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At 1/7/13 10:22 PM, Braiton wrote:
At 1/7/13 10:14 PM, sweet21 wrote:
At 1/7/13 10:11 PM, Braiton wrote: I got me a Wii U yaaay.

This thing better get the good games in the future.
In the mean time you can stock up on the good games of today. Mario Galaxy, sonic colors, and you can look forward to Rayman legends. Mm Rayman legends. Im hyped as hell for that game.
Yeah I already had a wii so I played half of them good games.
Not a fan of Rayman so I don't think I'm getting that.

Have you PLAYED origins? Its so beautifully drawn and stylized and the music is just amazingly catchy. They've refined the character and look since the PS1 which I assume is they Rayman you're going off of. Unless your thinking about the rabbids which we can all say 'It NEVER happened'
The Wii version of Rayman origins is cheap so you can try that out. It gives Mario a run for his money in my opinion.


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At 1/7/13 10:11 PM, Braiton wrote: I got me a Wii U yaaay.

This thing better get the good games in the future.

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At 1/7/13 06:39 PM, bassfiddlejones wrote: If you actually believe in something, why wouldn't you want to share it with others, especially your children? I was raised with a certain set of beliefs, but I would by no means consider myself brainwashed. Everything can and should be questioned, but that doesn't mean that we should toss out the idea of the existence of God in the process. It is quite possible to believe in God and still be rational.

Would anyone who has been brainwashed realize they have been brainwashed. Or more relevantly, can it be considered "brain washing" if you stuff things as hard facts in a child's mind before they've learned to question things?

In fact, I would argue Christianity is entirely rational, if viewed correctly. The problem is most people have no idea what Christianity is. For most, Christianity is "that annoying thing my parents used to make me do. "

I fail to see how believing (not "it might well be true", but "I actually believe this is true") in things that have no substantial evidence to back them up is anywhere near rational.

The only reason we have the great works of ancient philosophy today is because of Christianity, Catholicism in particular. Even the modern and post-modern philosophers must give credit to the importance Christian thought throughout the history of philosophy. Descartes studied Aristotle and Plato as well as St. Aquinas and St. Augustine (who came up with "I think therefore I am" a thousand years before Descartes).

Yes, those philosophers may have been inspired by christianity/catholicism. I wouldn't go as far as saying "the only reason" though. I don't have the energy to dig into that. The thing is, though, what do things like "I think, therefore I am" contribute to anything? The bible basically teaches "be good to each other and respect eachother" (which it in other places completely contradicts by ridiculous, inhumane bullshit), as well as "believe in an entity that is all-powerful, ever-forgiving, yet requires you to worship it, all the while not giving any indication it actually exists and basically punishing anyone who challenges the belief"

Rational thought is imperative to true Christianity. I have no problem with people choosing one belief system over another, but ultimately we all have to believe something. Dismissing the Bible as a load of rubbish because it was written thousands of years ago is a weak approach to dismantling Christian belief. Aristotle also wrote thousands of years ago, and people put great worth into his words.

Define "true Christianity". I'm not dismissing the bible just because it was old, I'm dismissing it because it is based on nothing but ancient stories, has been translated countless times (just imagine how much was lost in translation over all that time), and has been altered to the merit of who-ever's been in charge at different times throughout history. It is not by any means a credible source.


I won't fault anyone for choosing to believe what they will, nor will I fault parents for passing their beliefs off to their children (even if I disagree with them). That's part of what makes us human. It doesn't mean we are bound to believe what our parents believe, but religious belief (or lack thereof) is deeply embedded in the human experience.

I would definitely like to see what happens when you teach a child properly how to critically analyze claims, and only then try to convince them of theist beliefs.

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Personally I like to send my prayers out to Odin. Maybe if I slaughter enough welps I'll find myself drinking mead with warriors of old while we sing tales about battles fought valiantly. Sometimes I consider the possibility that the universe is just a giant wheel of samsara where we constantly die and are reborn relevant to our karma from our passing life... mayhaps in the next life I'll reach nirvana.

I like to consider that while Jesus was born to a virgin, Buhdas mom was impregnated in her sleep by a white elephant. It's actually fun to note that a lot of scholars assert that the Buhdas birth story inspired christians virgin mary story... debatable :p

I like to consider how every religious nut I talk to completely over looks other religions as being false and dangerous. Just this morning a super jewish lady was trying to tell me how only through reading the old testament and worshiping god I'll be saved. I had no idea heaven was so exclusively Jewish. I hope she doesn't find out about my tattoos...

A friend of mine was a devout christian his whole life. I talk to him from time to time about his beliefs and they've swayed a good bit over the years. Perhaps one of the most enlightened things he ever said was "there are multiple paths to god." It's great to see some universalism free up a persons mind.

So if I'm on death row and I accept jesus into my heart; does this mean Jesus get's covered by dirt? Because according to Jainists, karma is literally a physical manifestation of particles in your soul.

Unrelated but fun story; back in college my brother had his own place. He was just getting out of the shower when he noticed a Jahovas Witness at the front door. Sure enough he dropped his towel and answered the door. They gave him a flyer and left without saying a word :D


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Oh, I forgot a detail about that jewish lady (who I'll refer to as Mara from this point.)

I had taken up a canvasing job a while back and one of the doors I knocked on was a muslims. She invited me into her home to talk about faith. I left her house with an english translation of the Quran with the original Arabic. Apparently before touching the Arabic text I have to wash my left hand three times, my head three times, my feet three times... some branches assert that only certain kinds of water are viable to wash with... (wiki link, why not :p) According to her, this was my best chance of leading a life that will please Allah.

When I mentioned this to Mara she freaked out. She basically told me to ignore the Quran and that it's a false book that will damn my soul.

Many devout followers of Christ assert to taking a leap of faith. My opinion: if you're willfully ignoring other ideas and cultures in favor of preserving your own beliefs, that's a leap of ignorance. Look to the world around you and learn to think for yourself. If god gave you free will: use it...

... or was knowledge stolen by humans from a tree? Many casual christians assert to the idea that the bible shouldn't be taken literally. If that's the case then where does one draw the line? Why does one choose to believe in a god that created everything but they won't acknowledge the idea that their beliefs stemmed from a literal understanding of Genesis?

Gotta work for your faith.


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At 1/8/13 04:50 AM, Mich wrote: lot's of bullshit

wow, how much bullshit


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At 1/7/13 05:19 PM, jpbear wrote: Italy has a ridiculously low church attendance rate yet has confirmation rates extremely high

I'm italian I can confirm this. A lot of us are catholics only "on the paper" as we say, I went to church a few times in my life, but that doesn't make a non-religious. I actually believe, I have faith; that's a personal thing: you believe? good for you; you don't? good for you.

Religion != faith.

About God's existence, stop talking about it because only stupid people talk about things that can't be proven.

"THERE IS NO PROOF THAT A GOD OR SOMETHING EXISTS SHUT UP!!!1" yeah whatever, but remember that the absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence (cit Carl Sagan!!1 omg a scientist!!).

Also, learn about pantheism

just my two cents, peace ^^


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At 1/8/13 10:27 AM, Lachi wrote: "THERE IS NO PROOF THAT A GOD OR SOMETHING EXISTS SHUT UP!!!1" yeah whatever, but remember that the absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence (cit Carl Sagan!!1 omg a scientist!!).

Again, I'll link to the dragon in my garage, also by Carl Sagan. This quote in particular:

"Claims that cannot be tested, assertions immune to disproof are veridically worthless, whatever value they may have in inspiring us or in exciting our sense of wonder."

This makes total sense - if we can't disprove something, then in reality it's a worthless claim. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.

In any case, people can believe in God if they want, as long as they don't try to make other people do the same by forcing them to go to catechism classes, Christianity classes, mass, etc, even from a young age. That's my point.

Anyway if anyone wants to continue this discussion with me, we can do it via PM or Skype or something. I don't want to clutter the lounge with endless religion debates :3.


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At 1/8/13 11:49 AM, Step wrote: In any case, people can believe in God if they want, as long as they don't try to make other people do the same by forcing them to go to catechism classes, Christianity classes, mass, etc, even from a young age. That's my point.

The problem is I don't see all of this you say happening (at least here where I live). We don't really care a lot about religion, more about faith (especially old people).

Catechism is obligatory if you want to marry in church; religion is a subject in all the schools, and if you guys paid more attention to it (not referring to you), you would notice that it doesn't talk only about Christianity; quite the contrary, we talked about God like two times in five years.

btw I see your point =)


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At 1/8/13 11:58 AM, Lachi wrote: The problem is I don't see all of this you say happening (at least here where I live). We don't really care a lot about religion, more about faith (especially old people).

Catechism is obligatory if you want to marry in church; religion is a subject in all the schools, and if you guys paid more attention to it (not referring to you), you would notice that it doesn't talk only about Christianity; quite the contrary, we talked about God like two times in five years.

Well, it's happening here I can assure you! It's because I'm in a church school (as in, it's run by priests), and my Christian friends tell me it's my fault for choosing to go to a church school, and I shouldn't complain about having to go to mass, but honestly it's not like I had much of a choice. The only other schools I could've chosen were private schools (and I can't afford those) or schools for underachieving students.

Also the religion lessons I went to focused almost exclusively on Christianity (as you can see in my syllabus), with only very rare references to other religions to compare them with Christianity, and two pages from the textbook (out of hundreds) describing the other major religions. If we're forced to do religion lessons, then at least treat religion as a body of cultural knowledge, like I said before, and teach various religions to us like history class rather than just choosing one and assuming that it's relevant for everyone today.

I could go on and on about how I hate Malta's system :(.


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At 1/8/13 09:58 AM, Lachi wrote:
At 1/8/13 04:50 AM, Mich wrote: Poised arguments with reasoning and willingness to debate.
Angry and incredibly rude dismissal.

Somehow I think you should be looking a little more into rational thinking, Lachi. What you just said added nothing to the debate but painted you as a childish individual incapable of adult discussion, at which point you take away validity to your own arguments.

If you want to rebuttal, do it without malice and spite, because until that point, you should be aware that you will not be respected in any sort of argument, and you should reflect on the validity of your own thoughts if you can't come up with an adult response.


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At 1/7/13 09:32 PM, AeroMusic wrote: Bootlegs, Remixes, Reduxes, Reworks, etc.

I've never know what term means what. But if I like a song thats unreleased and I decide to piece together/repeat parts ripped from youtube etc. to remove a DJ talking over the top- is that called a bootleg? It's all the same original song, I've just kinda rearranged it

Remix: an actual, official remix.
Bootleg: same as a remix, but unofficial (not for a remix contest or part of a remix EP)
Rework: when a producer reworks one of his old songs.
Redux: same as rework AFAIK
Edit: can be anything.


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This may be a little off topic but I didn't want throw a topic up for a simple question! I recently got Cubase with my audio interface and am looking for some sort of Choir synthesizer if that makes sense. I'm into dark ambient and ambient black metal and that choir would just nail it for me!

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Mich are you really childish enough to cite Deuteronomy and Leviticus as you quips against Christianity?

Grow up man and learn what the church actually teaches and embraces rather than your by the book arguments.

@Step: sorry a private organisation decided to help your community by establishing a well run school that embraces its private beliefs. (sarcasm)

Im not gonna waste an ounce of time explaining my faith to people who dont care, but look to C.S. Lewis if you're interested in how a modern mind can rationally learn to love religion over the course of a lifetime.

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At 1/8/13 08:40 PM, jpbear wrote: Im not gonna waste an ounce of time explaining my faith to people who dont care, but look to C.S. Lewis if you're interested in how a modern mind can rationally learn to love religion over the course of a lifetime.

C.S. Lewis used to be a friend of J.R.R. Tolkien. C.S. Lewis left his religion, unlike Tolkien, and divorced his wife, becoming a heretic. This ended their friendship.

What I said above I THINK is true, but I may be wrong. It's from memory.

And who cares if the "modern mind" learns to love religion? If you really care that much about what everybody else in this world thinks about you, you may as well stop being a Catholic (or w/e you are). Face the facts that most people you will meet will disrespect your religion, and will most likely disrespect you for being a religious.

Idgaf and neither should any other Catholic.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2013-01-09 00:26:21 Reply

people arguing over religion olololol

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2013-01-09 00:27:10 Reply

At 1/9/13 12:26 AM, Braiton wrote: people arguing over religion olololol

Religion is stupid, let's argue about politics instead.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2013-01-09 00:35:02 Reply

At 1/9/13 12:27 AM, Back-From-Purgatory wrote:
At 1/9/13 12:26 AM, Braiton wrote: people arguing over religion olololol
Religion is stupid, let's argue about politics instead.

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why let's talk about boys