The I Wanted Mousse But Got A Moose Instead Complaint Thread.

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  • MystarraMystarra Posts: 32,555

    dunno how to port my ds4.6 layout to new compy with ds 4.8  sad jaderail helped me with 4.6

    still haz to try the pirate cove in carrara

  • FixmypcmikeFixmypcmike Posts: 17,301
    MistyMist said:

    dunno how to port my ds4.6 layout to new compy with ds 4.8  sad jaderail helped me with 4.6

    still haz to try the pirate cove in carrara

    Copy over C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\DAZ 3D\Studio4\user layouts

    Start DS and load the desired layout, then run the Update and Merge Menus script so you don't lose any new features.

  • MystarraMystarra Posts: 32,555

    thanks. scripts make painless

  • MystarraMystarra Posts: 32,555

    got my inspiration for aiko cats girl band.

    they even in the t-pose

    that old song who's crying now is running in my head,

    but singing whos meowwing now

  • TjohnTjohn Posts: 10,077
    MistyMist said:

    shazam 

    capt marvel mixing romans and greek

    And Hebrew.

  • kyoto kidkyoto kid Posts: 31,575
    edited February 2016

    ...wet stuff decided to move in earlier today, was supposed to just be overcast then start tomorrow.   Radar map's been green all afternoon and evening. At least not bone chilling cold.

    Weather casters lead such a charmed life. Be wrong most of the time and not worry about getting sacked. My last job if you made any kind of mistake that was noticed, you were written up, and depending on which side of the bed management got up on that morning, possibly a stern dressing down (often in front of your co-workers) as well.

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  • ps1borgps1borg Posts: 12,776

    TGIF happened on Saturday complaint. Tough week at the office complaint, needing to light candles to patron saint of ups and downs. End of summer complaint, I see two yellow leaves amongst glossy green on our pear tree. Meh brain death complaint. Many complaints complaint :)

  • ps1borgps1borg Posts: 12,776
    MistyMist said:

    shazam 

    capt marvel mixing romans and greek

    Initials don't grow on trees

    nooooooooooooooooooo

  • ps1borgps1borg Posts: 12,776
    kyoto kid said:
    Serpent said:
    kyoto kid said:
    riftwitch said:
    MistyMist said:

    woes haz to prune the cart >.<

    this looks kewl, cant afford it though.  antique harpsichord vst


    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KBXIYU4

    Have you checked out this one? I don't know how it sounds, but it's $70.00 cheaper. http://sonivoxmi.com/products/details/harpsichord#overview

    ....compared to this both of those are a bargain.

    http://www.audiodawg.com/milan-digital-notre-dame-de-metz-cavaille-coll/

     

    HOLY MOOSE ON A PLATE!!!!! indecisionsurprise

    No WAY would I pay that much for a virtual instrument!!!!! frown

    ...the differnce is that instruments sampled are effectively priceless century old works of art that, unless you graduated from say Julliard or Eastman and were a recognised concert organist with a good booking agency, you would have no hope of even touching the keybaords with the organ turned off.

    Part of the reason for the high price of the instrument module and base programme (which included a number of sampled organs including a lovely 18th century German baroque organ I have actually heard in RL) is that they sampled it note by note, pipe by pipe, and the programme effectively "recreates" the actual instrument as if it were in your home (with the ambience and delay of the cathedral/hall it is in).  The full base setup (core programme + Notre Dame de Metz organ, + console and computer box) would be about half half the price of a "dedicated" digital organ from say Rodgers or Allen of the same size (3 keybaords, pedal and 35 - 50 preset stops). Those begin at around 25,000$ and go up from there..

    Yeah, still a lottery to be sure,

    Here is the sound of one of the sampled baroque organs (1730 H. G. Trost Orgel Stadtkirche Waltershausen/Thüringen Germany).

    Here is a performance on the Cavaille Coll Notre Dame de Metz instrument of 1903. (this is the base console that costs 7,500$ the upper one, probably more as it is more ornate and has a fourth keyboard).

    No Allen or Rodgers digital instrument will sound this authentic.

    ..and the cool thing, I can play either isntrument (or any one of how many I have) from the same console.

    They sound awesome, as if they were built for pleasure :)

  • kyoto kidkyoto kid Posts: 31,575

    ...I light a candle to the patron of UPS whenever I order something online.

  • kyoto kidkyoto kid Posts: 31,575
    edited February 2016

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  • kyoto kidkyoto kid Posts: 31,575
    edited February 2016
    ps1borg said:
    kyoto kid said:
    Serpent said:
    kyoto kid said:
    riftwitch said:
    MistyMist said:

    woes haz to prune the cart >.<

    this looks kewl, cant afford it though.  antique harpsichord vst


    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KBXIYU4

    Have you checked out this one? I don't know how it sounds, but it's $70.00 cheaper. http://sonivoxmi.com/products/details/harpsichord#overview

    ....compared to this both of those are a bargain.

    http://www.audiodawg.com/milan-digital-notre-dame-de-metz-cavaille-coll/

     

    HOLY MOOSE ON A PLATE!!!!! indecisionsurprise

    No WAY would I pay that much for a virtual instrument!!!!! frown

    ...the differnce is that instruments sampled are effectively priceless century old works of art that, unless you graduated from say Julliard or Eastman and were a recognised concert organist with a good booking agency, you would have no hope of even touching the keybaords with the organ turned off.

    Part of the reason for the high price of the instrument module and base programme (which included a number of sampled organs including a lovely 18th century German baroque organ I have actually heard in RL) is that they sampled it note by note, pipe by pipe, and the programme effectively "recreates" the actual instrument as if it were in your home (with the ambience and delay of the cathedral/hall it is in).  The full base setup (core programme + Notre Dame de Metz organ, + console and computer box) would be about half half the price of a "dedicated" digital organ from say Rodgers or Allen of the same size (3 keybaords, pedal and 35 - 50 preset stops). Those begin at around 25,000$ and go up from there..

    Yeah, still a lottery to be sure,

    Here is the sound of one of the sampled baroque organs (1730 H. G. Trost Orgel Stadtkirche Waltershausen/Thüringen Germany).

    Here is a performance on the Cavaille Coll Notre Dame de Metz instrument of 1903. (this is the base console that costs 7,500$ the upper one, probably more as it is more ornate and has a fourth keyboard).

    No Allen or Rodgers digital instrument will sound this authentic.

    ..and the cool thing, I can play either isntrument (or any one of how many I have) from the same console.

    They sound awesome, as if they were built for pleasure :)

    ...yeah would love to have one. Gotta win the Megabucks first (so I can also get a place to play it without disturbing the neighbours).

    Would be cool if they sampled that instrument you have down there in Melbourne.

     

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  • TjohnTjohn Posts: 10,077
    MistyMist said:

    shazam 

    capt marvel mixing romans and greek

    Initials don't grow on trees

    I beg to differ.

  • ps1borgps1borg Posts: 12,776
    kyoto kid said:
    ps1borg said:
    kyoto kid said:
    Serpent said:
    kyoto kid said:
    riftwitch said:
    MistyMist said:

    woes haz to prune the cart >.<

    this looks kewl, cant afford it though.  antique harpsichord vst


    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KBXIYU4

    Have you checked out this one? I don't know how it sounds, but it's $70.00 cheaper. http://sonivoxmi.com/products/details/harpsichord#overview

    ....compared to this both of those are a bargain.

    http://www.audiodawg.com/milan-digital-notre-dame-de-metz-cavaille-coll/

     

    HOLY MOOSE ON A PLATE!!!!! indecisionsurprise

    No WAY would I pay that much for a virtual instrument!!!!! frown

    ...the differnce is that instruments sampled are effectively priceless century old works of art that, unless you graduated from say Julliard or Eastman and were a recognised concert organist with a good booking agency, you would have no hope of even touching the keybaords with the organ turned off.

    Part of the reason for the high price of the instrument module and base programme (which included a number of sampled organs including a lovely 18th century German baroque organ I have actually heard in RL) is that they sampled it note by note, pipe by pipe, and the programme effectively "recreates" the actual instrument as if it were in your home (with the ambience and delay of the cathedral/hall it is in).  The full base setup (core programme + Notre Dame de Metz organ, + console and computer box) would be about half half the price of a "dedicated" digital organ from say Rodgers or Allen of the same size (3 keybaords, pedal and 35 - 50 preset stops). Those begin at around 25,000$ and go up from there..

    Yeah, still a lottery to be sure,

    Here is the sound of one of the sampled baroque organs (1730 H. G. Trost Orgel Stadtkirche Waltershausen/Thüringen Germany).

    Here is a performance on the Cavaille Coll Notre Dame de Metz instrument of 1903. (this is the base console that costs 7,500$ the upper one, probably more as it is more ornate and has a fourth keyboard).

    No Allen or Rodgers digital instrument will sound this authentic.

    ..and the cool thing, I can play either isntrument (or any one of how many I have) from the same console.

    They sound awesome, as if they were built for pleasure :)

    ...yeah would love to have one. Gotta win the Megabucks first (so I can also get a place to play it without disturbing the neighbours).

    Would be cool if they sampled that instrument you have down there in Melbourne.

     

    That one sounds great but it should get moved to its own auditorium, the new concert hall is much bigger and they dont do much music at the town hall any more :)

  • kyoto kidkyoto kid Posts: 31,575

    ...probably would be for the better as a larger hall would have more delay which would suit this instrument well.

    Here's an interesting performance I found:

     

  • Having a roommate is a pain.  She accused me of putting words into her mouth after telling me what to do

  • Having a roommate is a pain.  She accused me of putting words into her mouth after telling me what to do

    Bullies are often very hollow people full of pressure.  It usually only takes a small poke in the right place at the right time for them to safely deflate.  Observe, take notes and be patient, you don't want them to explode.

     

  • MystarraMystarra Posts: 32,555

    i shouldn't the render node computer close, will warm each other?

    complaint - every desk + shelf configuration i try is a couple inches shy of fitting. gahhh

    what an eyesore i haz goin here, wahhh

    been fussin with the room since 5 am

  • LeatherGryphonLeatherGryphon Posts: 6,737
    edited February 2016
    MistyMist said:

    i shouldn't the render node computer close, will warm each other?

    complaint - every desk + shelf configuration i try is a couple inches shy of fitting. gahhh

    what an eyesore i haz goin here, wahhh

    been fussin with the room since 5 am

    "i shouldn't the render node computer close, will warm each other?"  Huh??????  Perhaps it's time for some sleep? enlightened

     

    Post edited by LeatherGryphon on
  • MystarraMystarra Posts: 32,555
    MistyMist said:

    i shouldn't the render node computer close, will warm each other?

    complaint - every desk + shelf configuration i try is a couple inches shy of fitting. gahhh

    what an eyesore i haz goin here, wahhh

    been fussin with the room since 5 am

    "i shouldn't the render node computer close, will warm each other?"  Huh??????  Perhaps it's time for some sleep? enlightened

     

     

    kerthunk*

    owww doh

    i meant was a bad idea to put them snuggly close, hot airs comin from their vents.

    asus made a desktop gadger can see cpu temp, cpu fan speed, etc

     

    no tutorials tnite, wouldnt retain anything 

     

  • MystarraMystarra Posts: 32,555

  • starionwolfstarionwolf Posts: 3,236

    I received my new debit card.  I am having issues with it even though I activated it.  The card works on one online store but not another store.  Hmm.  I should buy something cheap from the Daz store to see if the card works.

  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 11,391
    Tjohn said:
    MistyMist said:

    shazam 

    capt marvel mixing romans and greek

    Initials don't grow on trees

    I beg to differ.

    laugh

    Dana

  • MistyMist said:

    Are those baby emus?

  • My Bluetooth headset has died on me and I cannot recharge it anymore

  • TjohnTjohn Posts: 10,077
    edited February 2016

    Good Morning!

    Bah-om-shooby-do-wah!

    Post edited by Tjohn on
  • TjohnTjohn Posts: 10,077
    edited February 2016

    Where did evabody go? Bored...

    Post edited by Tjohn on
  • Tjohn said:

    Where did evabody go? Bored...

    Cat nap?

  • Has anyone seen the Good Dinosaur?

  • ps1borgps1borg Posts: 12,776

    Morning. Day out of time iz appropriately grey and overcast so far, not ure that the sun knows it is an extra February day this year :)

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