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Am I the only one that hates the "COMEDY" feel of Presonus' website?
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I actually really like the presonus guys, and find their sense of humour is rather likeable. It also makes them more like normal individual person you can relate to. And when i send a youtube video of them to someone to spread a good word about presonus, people always like the humour presonus guys like to bring.
The world around us has been so serious lately, so presonus, keep it like it is! And at the end of the day, good products will speak for itself.
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"Am I the only one that hates the "COMEDY" feel of Presonus' website?"

No, I think there is another guy too....
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I never liked the weird mobster/honeymooner smoking guy personally. Little bit weird, and it just loops and loops, and he's looking at ya, like... I dunno. I don't dig it. Don't like the bunny slippers and Tube Warmth junk either. Cause honestly, tube warmth (the marketing term vs what it really is) in those TubePre products is a whole other subject up for discussion.

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The comedy vibe is fine and dandy, and pretty cool for project studio people who normally work on their own stuff. Makes you feel like you're in a special club of people who "know better". But all in all, I could do without it. Avid's site by comparison is stuffy as hell, so that's the other extreme. I think Apple's branding is pretty freaking genius. It's both friendly, light, professional, no humor, but no stuffiness either. But let's not homogenize everything so it's more... Apple-y. Forget I even brought it up.
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dlawrence wrote:2. Can't view a website on your mobile phone or iPad? Thats a "first-world problem", right there.

I'm pretty sure that almost every problem or request on this site can be lumped in that category as well.
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Renoise wrote:
No, that's not what I'm saying...

What I'm saying is:

"Finally, somebody with a deeper understanding of these issues... Thanks for your input."



Then why didn't you just say that.

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dgkenney wrote:
Renoise wrote:
No, that's not what I'm saying...

What I'm saying is:

"Finally, somebody with a deeper understanding of these issues... Thanks for your input."



Then why didn't you just say that.

Dan


Then why didn't I say what?
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Renoise wrote:
dgkenney wrote:
Renoise wrote:
No, that's not what I'm saying...

What I'm saying is:

"Finally, somebody with a deeper understanding of these issues... Thanks for your input."



Then why didn't you just say that.

Dan


Then why didn't I say what?


You know, what you said.
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Renoise wrote:
Then why didn't I say what?


I think he's tugging your chain my friend, I guess it's april fools day year round for some of us ( which is not a bad thing considering the "comedy" feel of the site ).

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Renoise wrote:
dgkenney wrote:
Renoise wrote:
No, that's not what I'm saying...

What I'm saying is:

"Finally, somebody with a deeper understanding of these issues... Thanks for your input."



Then why didn't you just say that.

Dan


Then why didn't I say what?

Why would you not say what you didn't say when you said it?
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ooohhh2 wrote:I actually really like the presonus guys, and find their sense of humour is rather likeable. It also makes them more like normal individual person you can relate to. And when i send a youtube video of them to someone to spread a good word about presonus, people always like the humour presonus guys like to bring.
The world around us has been so serious lately, so presonus, keep it like it is! And at the end of the day, good products will speak for itself.


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Tastefully edited

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Ouch!
I find a lot of that too personal, bordering on the downright rude.
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roblof wrote:
Renoise wrote:
dgkenney wrote:
Renoise wrote:
No, that's not what I'm saying...

What I'm saying is:

"Finally, somebody with a deeper understanding of these issues... Thanks for your input."



Then why didn't you just say that.

Dan


Then why didn't I say what?

Why would you not say what you didn't say when you said it?


You guys had me rolling....lol

But I'm officially unsubscribing from this thread. Just alot nonsense here I think. And we wonder why so many people feel the world is going to hell in a hand basket.....lol

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Wow dude. You shocked me on this one bigcohoona.

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themuzic wrote:



Wow dude. You shocked me on this one bigcohoona.


Man, was it that bad, lol. I'll take er down. Should have had my coffee

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