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    Default Shoutbox

    Shoutbox has changed the location.. can you guess where? finders shouters...
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    Hi James

    Where is Shoutbox gone, May I ask?

    Thank you!

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    It's not appearing since I designed the new skin

    Give me a few days and will have a shoutbox somewhere if it is all that needed
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    No problem , James.

    I understood. Take your time .

    Thank you

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    In case anyone was wondering...my computer is back...complete with a new harddrive...and, now so am I!...
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    Hi Nox!

    hehehehe, Good Welcome back to here.

    Cheers

    Martin
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    Thanks! It's good to be back!
    <span style='color:green'><span style='font-family:Optima'>Music is what feelings sound like...Anon</span>.</span>

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    Hi again Nox!

    You're welcome anytime .

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    Well, we're currently practicing Brahms' Academic Festival Overture for orchestra...I found a copy of it on Friday...and have listened to it a few times.

    It's starting to grow on me. Playing something vs. just listening to something is so totally different! Once you've gone through it note by note you have an entirely different perspective/appreciation for a piece.
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    Yes definatly.

    You might even love a piece if you play it yourself that you would have found kinda boring if you just had listened to it.
    Last edited by Daniel; Feb-08-2005 at 11:29.

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    Looks like this thread has become shoutbox!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nox
    Well, we're currently practicing Brahms' Academic Festival Overture for orchestra...I found a copy of it on Friday...and have listened to it a few times.

    It's starting to grow on me. Playing something vs. just listening to something is so totally different! Once you've gone through it note by note you have an entirely different perspective/appreciation for a piece.
    Hey! This is one of my personal fav! Very unlike Brahms... so Weberian and Janissary. So how's it going? This work is huge... u guys doing the complete thing? Up to the omm pa pa at the end?

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