musicbeat wrote:Seyoum has been extremely generous by sharing his knowledge with the community.........and I thank him!...
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...Does anyone else want to share their colors, as well? Or possibly explain how it's done, so we can all jump in and help the community?
knuckle47 wrote:This must demonstrate a character flaw...imagine, some one interested In sharing his knowledge and abilities with others for no personal gain, holy cow
Long live 1969! Seyoum, you are one of a very few .....thanks man.
Thanks for sharing and being so kind to taking the time to explain the procedure, it was more than anticipated!
Neil B wrote:And for those of you who aren't fully familiar with the colours section:
You can rename any of the colours by double clicking on them. So if you have a standard working practice for instance you could have the greens for "verse 1", reds for "intro" and so on. Lots of possibilities of how you can use the naming of colours. For instance if I have repeated midi loops in a project & I've edited one of them I may use a lighter red but have the colour named as "Variation 1".
Something for you to think about.
Seyoum wrote: Hope you enjoy it!
jamusic wrote:Hey Buds - I don't want to knit-pick or get into the details of semantics
...but... I was reading through this thread again, and I've noticed 4 different times that 'Seyoum' has been spelled wrong. [ie: Sayoun, etc.]
Now it may not be that big a deal...but...with all due respect, Seyoum has gone to great lengths to do this & share it with us all.
So...could we not at least honour him in return within our thank you posts by also making sure we get the spelling of his name right?
Seems only fair & reasonable doesn't it?
Rotund wrote:I think the popularity of this thread demonstrates how much people would like to
have the ability to customize more/certain aspects of their chosen DAW.
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