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Kahlbert
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dwaynenedd wrote:I thought we were talking about when v2 was coming out????????

Why should we? We don't know that, do we?
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roblof wrote:(...)
EDIT: When do I use 'an' and not 'a'? I find it more difficult nowdays to put them right....

Well, I'm still sticking to the school rules (that I remember) on that one. Next word starting with a consonant - "a", vowel - "an".

That said, I'm not 100% sure what to do if there's a difference between "written" and "sounding" or abbreviations or the like. For example, I'd say it's a UAD card, not an UAD. And is "y" a consonant or a vowel?

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Kahlbert wrote:
roblof wrote:(...)
EDIT: When do I use 'an' and not 'a'? I find it more difficult nowdays to put them right....

Well, I'm still sticking to the school rules (that I remember) on that one. Next word starting with a consonant - "a", vowel - "an".

That said, I'm not 100% sure what to do if there's a difference between "written" and "sounding" or abbreviations or the like. For example, I'd say it's a UAD card, not an UAD. And is "y" a consonant or a vowel?

I'd say that the mounting word would be 'card' and not 'UAD', or...?

I.e. I have an Presonus mixer and I have an Yamaha mixer. Or should it be a Presonus mixer and an Yamaha mixer

I found this using google:
A/AN - Lesson on Articles

WHEN TO USE -A-
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Use a if the next word begins with a consonant SOUND.
This is a sound rule, NOT a spelling rule.
a box
a cat
a university (university begins with a consonant sound)
a unicorn (unicorn begins with a consonant sound)
a European trip (European begins with a consonant sound)
a hotel (hotel begins with a consonant sound)

WHEN TO USE -AN-
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Use AN if the next word begins with a vowel SOUND.
This is a sound rule, NOT a spelling rule.
an atom
an entrance
an ice cream cone
an uncle (uncle begins with a vowel sound)
an hour (the h is silent, thus a vowel sound)

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So it's a PreSonus and a Yamaha. All about sound, according to your Google finding.

Nice to hear my memory and/or "feeling" was basically correct ...
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Kahlbert wrote:So it's a PreSonus and a Yamaha. All about sound, according to your Google finding.

Nice to hear my memory and/or "feeling" was basically correct ...

...and "user" have a preceding a because they are pronounced with an initial y consonant sound.

Seems like it, but what about "A Presonus mixer an an Olivetti typewriter"? Should really company/brand names be included as well?

I found this explanation elsewhere
The choice of "a" or "an" is determined by phonetic rules rather than by spelling convention. "An" is employed in speech to remove the awkward glottal stop (momentary silent pause) that is otherwise required between "a" and a following word. For example, "an X-ray" is less awkward to pronounce than "a X-ray," which has a glottal stop between "a" and "X-ray". The following paragraphs are spelling rules for "an" that can be used if the phonetic rule is not understood.
The form "an" is always prescribed before words beginning with a silent h, such as "honorable", "heir", "hour", and, in American English, "herb".[9] Some British dialects (for example, Cockney) silence all initial h's (h-dropping) and so employ "an" all the time: e.g., "an 'elmet". The article "an" is sometimes seen in such phrases as "an historic", "an heroic" and "an hotel of excellence" in both British and American usage, although usually violating the phonetic rule in such cases.[9] Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage allows "both a and an are used in writing a historic an historic".[10]
An analogous distinction to that of "a" and "an" was once present for possessive determiners as well. For example, "my" and "thy" became "mine" and "thine" before a vowel, as in "mine eyes". This usage is now obsolete.
The appearance of an or a in front of words beginning with h is not limited to stress. Sometimes there is a historical root as well. Words that may have had a route into English via French (where all hs are unpronounced) may have an to avoid an unusual pronunciation. This never applied to words of Germanic origin, as the hs would be pronounced and a used.[9] Further, some words starting with vowels may have a preceding a because they are pronounced as if beginning with an initial consonant. "Ewe" and "user" have a preceding a because they are pronounced with an initial y consonant sound. "One-eyed pirate" also has a preceding a because it is pronounced with an initial w consonant sound.


And to add further confusion (trying to stay somewhat on OP subject); Is it

I want a Studio One Pro v2 now!
---or---
I want the Studio One Pro v2 now!
---or---
Should I just keep on using Cubase instead?

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CubaseUser wrote:And do you use any of them? Would you miss them if they weren't there?


Absofrickinlutely!

The S1 plugs are slick. As good or better than most of the third party plugins I've purchased. It has saved me from needing to update many of the other tools I used to use because I was not satisfied with the plugins in previous DAWs.

roblof wrote:And to add further confusion (trying to stay somewhat on OP subject); Is it

I want a Studio One Pro v2 now!
---or---
I want the Studio One Pro v2 now!
---or---
Should I just keep on using Cubase instead?


None of the above. You need to be more demanding, and you need to be more efficient with your wording.

The correct phrasing would be:

STUDIO ONE PRO V2 NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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Studio Two v1
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LentoViolentoMan wrote:Studio Two v1




My brain just exploded.
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Just call it "Stew Part II"... or "StewToo" for short.
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S2dio maybe?
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S2dio One.

Make it idiot proof, and someone will make a better idiot!
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S2dio Pro
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Well according to the new announcement of Presonusphere, the Studio One v2 announcement will be on Oct 18th.
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I think this is a good time for Presonus to post some Studio One Pro (V2) video teasers to calm us down

It's time this thread came to a conclusion, hopefully this will happen soon

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