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xcv111
2007-11-10, 12:29 PM
Being feeble minded, in remastering sense at least, but quite interested about the fine arts of remastering, it would be totally brilliant idea to have a remastering forum here at TTD. Or would it?

paddington
2007-11-10, 12:30 PM
we allow those in the regular ABT forum - always have. or do you mean specifically for discussion?

xcv111
2007-11-10, 12:35 PM
we allow those in the regular ABT forum - always have. or do you mean specifically for discussion?
Uuuh... You were fast! :D

I mean a forum were some experts would give us feeble minded some good info and guide lines if someone of us wanted to make a remaster.

ABT forum. What's that?

paddington
2007-11-10, 12:42 PM
Audio Bit Torrent :wave:


I think you'd have the best luck posting specific questions in the Technobabble forum - and here's why.

Not everyone hits the NEW POSTS button and, unless they specifically open the technobabble forum, and THEN open the new Remastering forum, not many people will actually see the questions.

The more people that see the thread / question, the better chance you'll get a good answer, so I'd say just posting in Technobabble would get the best results.

U2Lynne
2007-11-10, 12:43 PM
The best place to post for help on something would be in Technobabble. I don't know that there is need for a whole forum on remastering - or for remastered shows.

ABT - Audio Bit Torrent



edit: Damn, James is quick this morning!!!

paddington
2007-11-10, 12:43 PM
:lmao:

xcv111
2007-11-10, 12:50 PM
I think you'd have the best luck posting specific questions in the Technobabble forum - and here's why.

Not everyone hits the NEW POSTS button and, unless they specifically open the technobabble forum, and THEN open the new Remastering forum, not many people will actually see the questions.

The more people that see the thread / question, the better chance you'll get a good answer, so I'd say just posting in Technobabble would get the best results.
OK.
I'll keep the points of yours on my mind.

Thank you.

xcv111
2007-11-10, 01:02 PM
The best place to post for help on something would be in Technobabble. I don't know that there is need for a whole forum on remastering - or for remastered shows.

ABT - Audio Bit Torrent

edit: Damn, James is quick this morning!!!
He certainly is! In a split second or less he already gave me a reply! :D

So, no need for a remastering forum? OK.

ABT. Thank you U2Lynne for the translation of that. We who are not so much into English language, it makes us/me quite easily scratching our heads because of these abbreviations/shortenings.

paddington
2007-11-10, 01:04 PM
I bet it is!

xcv111
2007-11-10, 01:09 PM
I bet it is!
Meaning what?

paddington
2007-11-10, 01:38 PM
you said
We who are not so much into English language, it makes us/me quite easily scratching our heads because of these abbreviations/shortenings

and I said

I bet it is!

which means,

Yes, I'm sure it is difficult to figure out what some of these abbriviations mean, if English is your second language. It's hard enough when it's your first language! :lol

xcv111
2007-11-10, 01:49 PM
Yes, I'm sure it is difficult to figure out what some of these abbriviations mean, if English is your second language. It's hard enough when it's your first language! :lol
Yes and no.
I live in a country where we have two official languages: Finnish and Swedish.

I learned my English listening trough Ramones's first album twice, thou I'm an university graduate. :lol

xcv111
2007-11-10, 01:57 PM
BTW. "Yes And No" could be a fantastic name for a band. :D

paddington
2007-11-10, 02:06 PM
nah

xcv111
2007-11-10, 02:11 PM
nah
Wouldn't it? Hmmm... OK. There is already "No Means No". So why not "Yes And No"? :D

AAR.oner
2007-11-11, 03:08 AM
I learned my English listening trough Ramones's first album twice, thou I'm an university graduate. :lol
i'm not sure the ramones is the best way to learn english :lol

xcv111
2007-11-11, 07:55 AM
i'm not sure the ramones is the best way to learn english :lol
Isn't it? Oh boy... I've lost my life listening to Ramones. And I even thought they were the cutting edge in English. :D

games
2007-11-29, 09:18 PM
As long as you do NOT remaster and pretend like it is some new release, I mean anyone can e and declicknpop these days.