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« on: November 29, 2015, 08:27:16 PM »

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« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2015, 06:19:23 PM »
Hey Reb
Listening to your tunes. Nice stuff. Left a comment, but don't know how to put it on the right side on the site.

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« Reply #2 on: December 04, 2015, 11:50:52 AM »
thank you, Joe.

don't feel bad about 'not knowing where to put' stuff on soundcloud. it's past my ability to figure the place out.  i was doing good to just get songs posted there. i suppose,since i am old and crotchety, if i knew how to do the social media thing, i still wouldn't on general principle.

they do sound better on soundcloud than elsewhere, though, i think. better 'fidelity'. lots of music there.

this one (22) i posted as an 'aiff' file. apple thing, dunno, but the file size looks as big or bigger than .wav. no company will standardize on a common format. reminds me of 8 track and cassette, beta and vhs. the music industry has a bunch of over competitive doofuses in it.

this song was the most fun i have had in a good while.

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« Reply #3 on: December 07, 2015, 03:25:36 PM »
thank you, Joe.

don't feel bad about 'not knowing where to put' stuff on soundcloud. it's past my ability to figure the place out.  i was doing good to just get songs posted there. i suppose,since i am old and crotchety, if i knew how to do the social media thing, i still wouldn't on general principle.

they do sound better on soundcloud than elsewhere, though, i think. better 'fidelity'. lots of music there.

this one (22) i posted as an 'aiff' file. apple thing, dunno, but the file size looks as big or bigger than .wav. no company will standardize on a common format. reminds me of 8 track and cassette, beta and vhs. the music industry has a bunch of over competitive doofuses in it.

this song was the most fun i have had in a good while.

did you check out my page:  guitar boy

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« Reply #4 on: December 10, 2015, 11:09:23 AM »
ahhh, now i know who is 'watching' soundcloud!

no, i dint look at your page.  i am still on limited data, so i don't surf around much, come on, post song, get off.  no videos, no downloads except crucial security for op system, limited online life.  's ok. limited off line life, too! ahhahahaha!

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« Reply #5 on: December 17, 2015, 03:50:59 AM »
ahhh, now i know who is 'watching' soundcloud!

no, i dint look at your page.  i am still on limited data, so i don't surf around much, come on, post song, get off.  no videos, no downloads except crucial security for op system, limited online life.  's ok. limited off line life, too! ahhahahaha!

Don't understand that limited date in the US. Seems very old fashion these days.  Broadband did away with it. Here no limit and about $35 dollars a month.  :)

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« Reply #6 on: December 18, 2015, 11:55:11 AM »
i have read all kinds of 'commentary' on limited data and why the u.s. has that.  you on ly got a few choices out here. which allows companies to screw us.

for my real needs, i have enough to get to the 'end of the data cycle', but it's near $100 per month with the telephone 'bundled'.

if i update my gps, i have to call and buy another gigabyte.  $15 plus tax.

if there is anything old fashioned to it, it is 'old fashioned' the way the gettys and other rich used to do 'the rest of the country'...go fight their wars, listen to their bulls$^t, be a serf under their boughten government and pay the taxes to support all of it.