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Old 31st August 2002, 11:25   #1
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Wink You don't know why, but you wanna justify RIPPIN SOME DUMB CODE OFF....yeah.

Somethin stupid I made listening to Limp Bizkit - One of Those Days.

I said it in the preset, but I'll say it here anyway: This is just me messin around, and in no way is a show of my full capabilities as an evil AVS scientist. Buahahahaha. Ha.

(and this ain't a rip off, in case you were wondering)
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Old 31st August 2002, 12:24   #2
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umm...umm...umm...umm...
it kinda sucks, but yoeah it kinda sucks, atero, don't do newbie type presets again because you can (almost) never do any good newbie type presets, but yeah.

oh btw, the name of that limp bizkit song is "break stuff" and non "one of these days", i should know, i have/had all limp bizkit albums (i've sold chocolate starfish & three billion dollar y'all)

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Old 31st August 2002, 23:01   #3
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I know it sucks, but I couldn't help myself
I started out with something that really sucked, then I kept adding on to it hoping it would help. It didn't, but I hid it with that vu-strober. So yeah, it is t3h ub3r-suxx0rz0rz0r.





Limp Bizkit is so inspired...

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Old 2nd September 2002, 22:02   #4
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That doesn't even look like a newbie type preset, too much stuff such as buffer saves, a customized superscope, and many effect lists. It just... well.. looks like a preset that sucks...
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Old 3rd September 2002, 01:09   #5
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oh btw, the name of that limp bizkit song is "break stuff" and non "one of these days", i should know, i have/had all limp bizkit albums (i've sold chocolate starfish & three billion dollar y'all)
You don't know Limp Bizkit albums...It's "Three Dollar Billz Y'all". Just to let you know. *dumass*
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Old 3rd September 2002, 02:17   #6
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Not that Limp Bizkit is a good band anyhow.
*ducks for flying objects*

Some faves of mine:
- Orbital
- Massive Attack
- Hooverphonic
- Lamb
- Röyksopp
- Faithless (though they're known for bouncy stuff, their CDs are actually *very* relaxing)
- Björk
- Aphex Twin (when I'm in the mood)
- Underworld

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Old 3rd September 2002, 09:09   #7
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HAHAHAHAHAHA bjork HAHAHA :P

I like too many bands to list right here, but my favorite remains:

WIND MACHINE!!! woot. (new age mostly, jazz folk and rock sometimes)

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Old 3rd September 2002, 09:48   #8
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What's all the fuss about?

Wow... someone game enough to admit not liking Bizkit. Kudos to you.

I'd do the same but then i'd probably get hit by a flood of scathing reviews. Then everyone will stop looking at my presets. Then someone will come to my home and beat over the back of the head. Then i'll wake up in a shallow grave in nearby bushland (if i wake up at all).

But honestly, i don't see what anyone likes about them.
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Old 3rd September 2002, 16:10   #9
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Atero: why exactly is Björk 'hahahaha'?

Maybe because of her musical style which is a mix of icelandic traditional folk and modern electronic beats, which makes her pretty unique?

Maybe because of the artisticly and visually impressive video clips ('all is full of love', 'pagan poetry', 'hunter') that suit the music perfectly?

Maybe because of her impressive singing voice, which has a large range and flexibility, not to mention a very unique tone?

Maybe because of the Palme d'Or she won for her role in Dancer in the Dark?


You may not like her music and other work, but you cannot deny that she's an artist, something Limp Bizkit and friends will never, ever be.

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Old 3rd September 2002, 19:28   #10
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yeah, that really sucked... sorry...

BTW, all the bands you listed are cool (although none will ever match with metallica)

But i noticed that darude has a nice constant beat that even avs detects in no-time, just if you were looking for it... (tip: 'burning')

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Old 3rd September 2002, 21:56   #11
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Quote:
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although none will ever match with metallic
exactly, they are too far down for anybody else to possibly be worse!

*ducks for cover*
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Old 4th September 2002, 01:19   #12
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Heh sorry to have started a flame war , but I just get pissed off these days, hearing and seeing nothing but commercial crap.

For example, the only time I like MTV Europe these days is at night, when they don't have to satisfy the demands of record companies who want their singles played every hour, and when good music is played instead of 'popular' crap (read: backed with lots of cash).

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Old 4th September 2002, 03:45   #13
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Never heard her.

Just the name 'Bjork.'










It's sort of like 'Wittens' *ducks*

j/k

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Old 4th September 2002, 07:39   #14
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You know you've been doing AVS too long when hear a piece of music and like it because of it's distinct pattern of beats. Like when you pass a construction site and think "that hammering would go real well with the SS i'm working on..."

Yay Metallica!

They were my favourite group until about a year ago when i got more into Tool. But they still rock - even after they sold out.

Btw, both Tool and Metallica are good for testing presets that you want to react to music with a climax. Everyone goes on about beats but I reckon the volume range is just as important. (E.g. my "Tribute To Handball" preset, where the bounce height depends on volume. I'd include a link to my pack but i don't want to be accused of plugging it too much.)
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Old 4th September 2002, 22:16   #15
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my personal opinion on testing presets is prodigy. Definately gives the preset some beat and the unusual sounds are perfect for testing...
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Old 4th September 2002, 22:45   #16
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my favs are (currently),

blümchen (i'm a sucker for eurodance)
röyksopp
groove armada
charlotte church
sarah brightman
vanessa carlton
amr diab (arabic singer)
system of a down
latin kings (swedish rap group)

and oh yeah steven,
i kínda dig björk but her two latest albums was kinda week,

/me goes to my cd player and put on björks "debut"-album

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Old 5th September 2002, 01:16   #17
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limp bizkit suxorz
*pow gets hit in head with an old el-vis preset*

owwy

aerosmith is da best even if they old
steppenwolf is sweet
ummmmmmmmm anyone like beethoven
um the fine print(local band FROM SEATTLE i live in ohio hehehe a guy from penny arcade sing in it check it out cool stuff section at penny-arcade.com)
um um um oh yah um um yah um yah creed
linkin park(points of athority is sweet musaq video)
but i like classical and symphonic music to test presets alot more going on then the normal bom boom bom bom boom bom boom
lol almost forgot weird al yankovic

and who the hell is bjork sounds kinda like beef jerky mmmmmm
beef jerky

ohhh i guss lota people arnt from america here huh hehe if you live in another country MINE IS BETTER!!

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my favorite for testing avs to is a tune by thx which i think is called the ultimate subwoofer test, i copied it off of PAK-9's (some guy who features a lot in my avs packs) pc and he has a habit of renaming and changing id3 tags to the weirdest things. is loads of bassy pulses and beats with a wide range of strong sounds and a very distinctive beats. i love it. other faves for avs are mainly rap and garage since they tend to have distinct constant beats and repetitive sounds so you can see what your avs does with certain things several times over to get a clear picture of it all and yes limp bizkit suck imho with the exception of break stuff.

edit: i also think that bjork is too much of an artist to make decent music, but thats just my opinion.

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Old 5th September 2002, 14:22   #19
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*Tries to imagine Sarah Brightman and System of a Down working together.* I take it you're a bit of an eclectic, eh Montana?

And why haven't the americans here heard of bjork? Wasn't she pretty popular only a few years ago? It must be true what they say about your short attention spans. No offense.

Actually, this is reply is 'cause i figured that if ssj2gohan can plug local bands, so can i. I should have mentioned Alchemist in my last post. They live almost next door (next suburb, anyway) and they've got some great metal stuff that uses electronic instruments extensively. Lots of whirling synth type stuff and unusual effects. Really forces avs to react to everything you can throw at it. They're big in the underground metal scene here but I doubt many people outside australia have heard of them. Your loss.
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actualy the fine print is from wasington i live in ohio umm but i read penny arcade(best web comic ever!!) and a guy from there sings in that band
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> ssj2gohan1018
LiNkiN Park is sweeet indeed... too bad their new album really sucks.. PTS. OF .ATHRTY is the only good track on it

but björk is reaally nice to chill on...

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Old 5th September 2002, 22:54   #22
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*Tries to imagine Sarah Brightman and System of a Down working together.* I take it you're a bit of an eclectic, eh Montana?
trust me, i'm have a very eclectic taste if music, it's boring to just listen to one type thing

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Old 8th September 2002, 05:43   #23
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I agree, montana. I wasn't knocking your tastes or anything. In fact, i listen to a pretty wide range of stuff, too. My currently favourite pieces of music would have to be divided between the categories of metal, aussie punk rock (e.g. powderfinger, living end, jebediah), celtic folk(steeleye span, anyone?), and 1940s popular french.

I'm so eclectic i border on the schizophrenic.
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> ssj2gohan1018
LiNkiN Park is sweeet indeed... too bad their new album really sucks.. PTS. OF .ATHRTY is the only good track on it
I disagree, i really kinda like the pushing me away remix and the crawling remix

How bout the Hybrid Theory EP? Any of you guys listened to that CD?
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Old 15th September 2002, 15:28   #25
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I currently like:

Rammstein
Metallica
Deep Purple
Pink Floyd
SOAD
Let 3 (a croatian band)
DJ Tiesto
Darude
Westbam
Prodigy
Scooter
DJ Patife, Marky and some others from the brazilian D&B scene

and some other stuff .
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Old 25th September 2002, 10:13   #26
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Well i listen to lot of PPK and (you may start laughing now) Kylie Minogue (you may stop laughing, because im about to say why), because of the good constant beats. ADi is also good...

As what comes to favorite music the list would be...
Anssi Kela (great finnish artist)
Jamiroquai
Prodigy

And some small favs:
Eminem
Caater
Fragma
Daft Punk

Oh and i recommend Every Final Fantasy Fan to get the FF VI soundtrack! Brings the tears in my eyes...

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Probably both...
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Old 25th September 2002, 15:00   #27
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Havent been on here in a long time but anyway

here are my favs
Hatebreed
Blindside
Relient K
Extol(if you want to test any kinda beat you gotta listen to them!!!)
Living Sacrifice
Zao(they broke up )
Sugarcult
And last but not least Midtown rocks!!!


Well that was fun. Does anyone else listen to death metal and punk while doing presets?
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Old 26th September 2002, 20:59   #28
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Actually Kylie Minogue's latest songs aren't too bad... they don't try to be anything they aren't (i.e. yappy, poppy dance songs). And some of the clips are cool (the one with the 3D vector graphics overlayed).

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Sounds like UnConeD is planning his next preset...
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http://forums.winamp.com/showthread....threadid=92084

steven has already did that, he used his famous maister happy to "pull a kylie"

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