November 17, 2006


by Chris Randall

Okay, I've started to get tired of making fun of people on this blog. Not that I have any moral qualms about it, mind you, in case you were confusing me with someone that gave a flying fuck about other people's feelings. It's just that there's so much out there to make fun of (there are at least ten keytard videos uploaded to YouTube every day) that it has gotten old.

So, my question is thus: since the content of AI over the past few months has been almost exclusively given over to making fun of people, what should I switch to? I tend to like the discussions we have viz. process the best, so I'm leaning in that direction. I would put more reviews up, but I'll only review stuff I've purchased; people offer me shit for review all the time (mostly software) and I have a hard time coming up with something that would be a bigger waste of my time than trying to write interesting things about something I wouldn't buy.

So, let's hear it. What do you want to read and discuss the most on AI?



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Nov.17.2006 @ 5:45 PM
I tend to like the new product review stuff... or what you've got on your wish list at the moment. I also like the posts when you're modding equipment (the tube amp one a while ago was great). HGPF installments every now and then would be nice too.

Nov.17.2006 @ 6:02 PM
Dont confuse fucktard jammin vids with awesome hi quality tutorials of what your plugs are capable of. It would probably cut back on those emails for instance like " can my voice sound like its on the telephone"? It's in their face on what it can do and it brings more hype. Much better than the hype when companies claim to revolutionize the future of VST universe..blah blah..
As much shit as I read about Adrenalin I thought it was powerful and all and the sound clips were cool but until I watched the vid I actually considered buying one. Those Adrenalinn vids are cool.

Nov.17.2006 @ 6:29 PM
I think the world could use more discussion about indie music biz, digital distribution, net labels and such.

That and diamond dave, naturally. Some fucktards are fair game anytime.

And we need FMOF.


Nov.17.2006 @ 6:51 PM
More gear porn!

Nov.17.2006 @ 7:06 PM
Jeff C
I'd prefer more posts about process, technique and the occasional bit of software/hardware reviewing - even if it means less frequent posts. The YouTube stuff can be amusing at times, but gets old quickly.

I thought you gave up WoW?

- Jeff


Nov.17.2006 @ 7:11 PM
Chris Randall
Okay, so the general gist so far seems to be process, monetizing your output, and HCGPF, along with the occasional review of something I've bought or whatever.

I'll leave this topic up top until tomorrow so the morning readers can have a say in things. And I'll _never_ give up WoW!



Nov.17.2006 @ 7:30 PM
I'd like to see stuff about music, software, gear, and whatever. The stuff I've enjoyed here the most are things like the mic and summing box round ups and stuff about cool old outboard gear. Gear porn seems easy to come by these days, some insight into the gear is a rarer find.

The fucktard stuff can be fun, but does get old. Mostly, I like blogs to be entertaining (and updated at least once a week), so whatever you think is within that realm works for me.


Nov.17.2006 @ 9:16 PM
I like the articles that inspire discussion that I can learn from. I've picked up a lot here and there from reading this blog.

Nov.17.2006 @ 11:37 PM
Process & biz. Truthyly I'm not one of the hardcore types who has time to requent all the sites and boards that the cool kids talk on. I graze here and there hoping to learn something I can apply to my meager little life in the Rastafari Historical Preservation Society.

Nov.18.2006 @ 12:37 AM
I wish there was a forum, instead of just a blog.

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