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Re: Steinberg products page goes Japanese

Remember, we are owned by Yamaha ;-)
by Ed Doll
Fri Feb 07, 2014 12:06 pm
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Re: Are the recent failings by steinberg related to YAMAHA?

I know nothing of any "failings" but I've always seen the Steinberg/Yamaha affiliation as a good thing, being a long time user of Yamaha products, as well as a Steinberg user :ugeek:


I got depressed when Pinnacle (weak consumer based Co) bought SB.

I celebrated when Yamaha took over.

Yamaha has the Hardware Technology, Size, and Market Muscle to position SB for the Biggest Studios and Post Facilities if they choose to. This is win/win for both companies. Yamaha's Final Frontier, as it were.

They seem to be creeping in that direction.
It does have to make business sense, though.
Hope it does.

by HughH
Sat Jan 31, 2015 5:06 pm
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Re: Are the recent failings by steinberg related to YAMAHA?

Dipmcus wrote:Steinberg has been ignoring their users for years.

And yet they are still in business.

How is that possible?
by curteye
Sun Feb 01, 2015 12:35 am
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[funny] Yogi Berra on Jazz

Aloha guys,

If you have already read/heard this before. please forgive me.
if not, please enjoy.

Yogi Berra on Jazz
An interview with the Master of Malapropisms

Interviewer: Can you explain Jazz?
Yogi: I can't, but I will. 90% of all Jazz is half improvisation. The other half is the part people play while others are playing something they never played with anyone who played that part. So if you play the wrong part, its right. If you play the right part, it might be right if you play it wrong enough. But if you play it too right, it's wrong.

Interviewer: I don't understand.
Yogi: Anyone who understands Jazz knows that you can't understand it. It's too complicated. That's what's so simple about it.

Interviewer: Do you understand it?
Yogi: No. That's why I can explain it. If I understood it, I wouldn't know anything about it.

Interviewer: Are there any great Jazz players alive today?
Yogi: No. All the great Jazz players alive today are dead. Except for the ones that are still alive. But so many of them are dead, that the ones that are still alive are dying to be like the ones that are dead.

Interviewer: What is syncopation?
Yogi: That's when the note that you should hear now happens either before or after you hear it. In Jazz, you don't hear notes when they happen because that would be some other type of music. Other types of music can be Jazz, but only if they're the same as something different from those other kinds.

Interviewer: Now I really don't understand.
Yogi: I haven't taught you enough for you to not understand Jazz that well.

by curteye
Thu Mar 26, 2015 11:13 pm
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