Questions for Jason

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Re: Questions for Jason

Postby jason on Tue Oct 28, 2008 12:19 am

klinsmann18 wrote:When you say "new website", do you mean entirely new website, or just more stuff on this website?


Yes .....brand new .........

recharged......

Lots of pretty pic's ....and video.....and album info.....and music and assorted
web-garbage that will be set up to be continually updated by my ketchup-fueled servant monkey.
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Re: Questions for Jason

Postby jason on Tue Oct 28, 2008 12:29 am

Alzado wrote:ust wondering if you have a favorite synth? Are you using hardware or software synths these days and do you have an opinion on the debate between them?

Also, how will you trigger synth parts in your upcoming live set-up?


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debates about equipment are for people who are avoiding actually using their equipment.
Pencils make art.
Paint makes art.
Crayons make art.
mustard.....dried blood......duck pate'......ice cubes......white out........fingernail dirt......etc...

i have soft synths,real synths,shit keyboards,finger pianos, a 5 dollar pump organ,that all serve
various purposes when called upon. i do not discriminate.

As far as live........Im hoping to avoid any triggering. I havent figgered it out yet.
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Re: Questions for Jason

Postby __redruM on Tue Oct 28, 2008 12:56 am

Any solid dates now that Aught-9 is almost here. Also when does the rumored world wide tour begin, and will there be any stops outside italy?

And while you're still answering questions, how about:
What type of car do you drive?
and
What's you favorite movie?
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Re: Questions for Jason

Postby YCW on Tue Oct 28, 2008 3:32 am

You're being very patient with us, i'll try to make this short (I MUST take advantage of your good mood while I can).

So... I'd like to ask you about your Beatles influence...
what's your favoruite song (If you have one, tough is hard to choose)?
and your favourite album?
Lennon or McCartney?

Thanks in advance (and for answering my previous question)

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Re: Questions for Jason

Postby brassman2000 on Tue Oct 28, 2008 11:47 am

For the 1000th post in talk not talk I thought something special was required but there are more pressing issues...

YCW wrote:Lennon or McCartney?


Don't you mean Lennon or McCartney or GEORGE?! (and maybe possibly Ringo "This is a warning" Starr)

Also a question not necessarily for Jason:

Why has talkscape gone all multicoloured?

Question for Jason:

Are you happy what you're doing?


Edit: wow that sounded lame
Thanks for your time :)
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Re: Questions for Jason

Postby YCW on Tue Oct 28, 2008 6:09 pm

brassman2000 wrote:Don't you mean Lennon or McCartney or GEORGE?! (and maybe possibly Ringo "This is a warning" Starr)


I wasn't asking for a favourite Beatle (Harrison wrote great songs as a beatle and in his solo career). Everyone is more keen to Lennon or McCartney (the same way everyone is either platonist or aristotelic), it's a weird special kind of dualism... :lol:
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Re: Questions for Jason

Postby brassman2000 on Tue Oct 28, 2008 7:21 pm

YCW wrote:
brassman2000 wrote:Don't you mean Lennon or McCartney or GEORGE?! (and maybe possibly Ringo "This is a warning" Starr)


I wasn't asking for a favourite Beatle (Harrison wrote great songs as a beatle and in his solo career). Everyone is more keen to Lennon or McCartney (the same way everyone is either platonist or aristotelic), it's a weird special kind of dualism... :lol:


:lol: totally agree. I'm a Macca man myself.
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Re: Questions for Jason

Postby ebo on Tue Oct 28, 2008 7:33 pm

brassman2000 wrote:
YCW wrote:
brassman2000 wrote:Don't you mean Lennon or McCartney or GEORGE?! (and maybe possibly Ringo "This is a warning" Starr)


I wasn't asking for a favourite Beatle (Harrison wrote great songs as a beatle and in his solo career). Everyone is more keen to Lennon or McCartney (the same way everyone is either platonist or aristotelic), it's a weird special kind of dualism... :lol:


:lol: totally agree. I'm a Macca man myself.


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Cacca.


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Re: Questions for Jason

Postby brassman2000 on Tue Oct 28, 2008 8:01 pm

yep that's me. I'd agree that the sentimental stuff is a bit lame. well very lame tbh but I reckon he wrote some pretty stonkin' rock songs and he was a real bass guitar pioneer. I don't really like to feed the whole Lennon/McCartney thing because they both made the Beatles great (and we all know George was the best), I just happen to slightly prefer Paul. k?
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Re: Questions for Jason

Postby YCW on Tue Oct 28, 2008 8:32 pm

I'm a Lennon guy... (tough macca is comming to Argentina next year so I'm in a macca period righ now)

and aristotelic too :D
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