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Re: [Rabbits] Whining

  • FromDan Efran <efran@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • DateFri, 28 Jul 2006 15:23:50 -0400
Seems to me this is a legitimate topic for discussion - how best to add music to a demo - and I'm interested in hearing what everyone else has to say.

The messages all have a clear subject line - just ignore/delete/filter the thread. That's what threaded messaging is all about.

    -- Dan Efran
        Martian Ambassador

ragtimejean@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
I just deleted about 35 e-mails. Is there some way to request Rabbits not to Reply to All, when a question is asked by a specific Rabbit, e.g., the music demo, the tarot discussions.

There is clearly some value in being able to ask a question of a collection of similar interest people, but to have each of those respond to everyone else clogs up e-mail for those who are not interested in the original question. If a general discussion forum is desired for Rabbits, perhaps that could be set up as a separate chat room that you have to actually go to to participate.

Any advice welcome. End of whining.

Drama Mama

--- On Thu 07/27, Josh Drobina < josh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx > wrote:

    *From: *Josh Drobina [mailto: josh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
    *To: *rabbits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    *Date: *Thu, 27 Jul 2006 13:41:13 -0400
    *Subject: *[Rabbits] music for demos

    I tend to prefer instrumental or electronic selections for
    background music
    during demo times, as music with vocals can sometimes interfere with
    own voice. Selections I like include:

    Kaki King (instrumental guitar, often bright, upbeat and fast-moving)
    Massive Attack (some tracks, anyway)
    Sound Tribe Sector 9 (electronic, some minimal vocals)
    Thievery Corporation (some tracks)
    Boards of Canada (this is a must-listen, if you haven't--incredibly
    talented electronic musicians, no vocals)

    I haven't had the internet at home for a while, but when I did I used a
    tool called Last.fm to track the music I listened to:


    if you'd like to see my more general music selections. :)

    -- Josh
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