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 on: December 31, 2018, 10:49:56 am 
Started by Glen J. Millar - Last post by Darryl
I'm a little annoyed that the scroll function on my mouse pad no longer scrolls the lists.

However its nice to finally see a key change facility (something karaoke singers used to complain to me about not having).

Finally posted the registry key fix for this:,14550.msg143339.html#msg143339

 on: December 26, 2018, 11:09:21 pm 
Started by Ed - Last post by Tim Gainer
Gary Crimble to you,
Gary Crimble to you.
Gary Crimble everybody,
Betty Grable, me too.

- John Lennon

God bless us, everyone!

 on: December 19, 2018, 08:13:52 am 
Started by Ed - Last post by Jigger
Merry Christmas to all our members and have a prosperous New Year

 on: December 19, 2018, 08:00:48 am 
Started by Ed - Last post by Jumpin' Jeff
Merry Christmas Everyone!

 on: December 19, 2018, 07:49:52 am 
Started by Ed - Last post by Ed
Happy Chrimbo everyone!

May Father Christmas be good to you Darryl tongue

 on: December 19, 2018, 06:40:28 am 
Started by Ed - Last post by Darryl
Happy Chrimbo everyone!

 on: December 18, 2018, 03:50:50 pm 
Started by Ed - Last post by clover-leaf-productions
Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night; and if you are a mobile entertainer may the season provide you some nice gigs to show off your Ots.

 on: December 18, 2018, 09:15:19 am 
Started by Ed - Last post by Ed
Wishing all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

 on: December 13, 2018, 09:43:39 pm 
Started by Tim Gainer - Last post by Tim Gainer
I know that it is a "wiring thing", but, as a keyboardist and guitarist myself, I have nothing but admiration for anyone who can reverse the "conventional" way of playing things and still make a note.
The RH stringing makes it even more interesting, because techniques like "hammer on.. hammer off" and even the "Staunton lick" conventionally require a strum from the lowest to highest note in the chord, so this means that you strum upwards.

I dips me lid to you sir.

BTW, I took a listen to some of your tracks and they are very nice indeed, and beautifully mixed (by your good self, I believe).

I've always resisted putting anything of mine online, but you've made me think about maybe making a production around my music boot-camp we have every January. We invite around forty up and coming talents to live in at my place for a week and attend workshops run by guest musos, culminating in an open-air concert. It's well covered by local press, but, maybe YouTube is the future.

Thanking you muchly for the kind words, sir. Coming from you, this is high praise.

The production praise on the new single (and subsequent album) goes to my oldest son, Jim and nephew Colin (who have their own storied history in music and comedy). They're the ones who pulled the old man out of mothballs and talked into making another album. In fact, three of my four boys along with their cousin play on the tracks with me. It's truly a "family affair" and we're having a bunch of fun.

And yes - YouTube and social media IS the future! I broke down and have no regrets on "putting it out there." It's really easy to do and and there IS an audience for your work, regardless. I'd recommend doing this for your boot-camp.

 on: December 03, 2018, 03:55:35 pm 
Started by Paul Douglas - Last post by Ed
Program Directors dictate what the presenters can and can't say. Some have a more relaxed policy, but air time is expensive and all must program in as much bang for their buck as possible. If that means less talk and more ads or music, then any presenter who goes against the dictates of the PD will have a very short career in radio.

Besides, we have all been bored stupid by the life story of an artist that the jock just HAD to tell, even though it has been heard a thousand times before and even though we all knew he had just googled the "facts".

Some PD's have a show too especially in days of old school radio. Not all pd's sit behind a desk and play boss, I know because I have been there and seen first hand how a good radio station is operated long before clear channel and iheart.
Can't speak for the dundee dj's down under, but it's almost a lost art to find a quality dj that knows his stuff and can use his talent to inform and really entertain you. I personally knew a dj/pd/manager like this of a very highly sucessful fm station in a very large market! I was never "bored stupid" with anything he did.

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