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Chassie Rowley

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  2. I hope I'm reading this right. I suggest you lay down a cube, edit to a flat area large enough to work with (like a large piece of plywood) and try rezzing your object on that. I've had problems too and found that to be a good short cut. When the object is rezzed, simply move it to where you want it.
  3. I'm late for this party, don't hold that against me. I'm up to season three. This show is like O.O
  4. Gage beat me to it. Just watched the first two segments and found it fascinating. I'll wrap it up tonight (just four episodes, good for a binge night).
  5. I beg to differ on the legal distribution levels. I've processed music from CD's that clipped both top and bottom waves. As for 'manually adjusting' levels, I don't mind doing that at all. It gives me hands on experience using Audacity. Eye balling the audio levels to a reasonably good level gives me comfort that the dB levels are consistent. Granted, everyone has their styles of editing. I am not saying you are wrong and I'm right. Whatever edit program one is happy with, so be it. Consistent levels is part of the remedy to being a good DJ on SL.
  6. The capital of Finland is Helsinki. There's a lot of history in that town. Who am I fooling?..there's a lot of history in the whole country.
  7. What Schatzi says. I must add that you should get a good reliable audio edit system, Audacity is good. Make sure your audio levels match or are within reasonable range. Audacity will allow you to adjust dB levels, then export back into your music library. Nothing ruins a good listen but when the songs are too loud (clipping the top and bottoms, sounding distorted) or too soft (the listener has to turn their volume up to hear the song). Just a suggestion.
  8. When I started, I never used these hubs for help. I would wander and just ask questions to those I met on how to do this or that. Those that I asked were kind enough to walk me through the steps. Never had anyone give me grief. Granted, SL does have a sharp learning curve and for the most part, newbies will have a difficult time learning some basics. If a newbie reads this post, I suggest they make friends and ask questions, inworld or here in the forum. Sincere responses will go a long way in your travels across the grid. In time, you'll be able to help others.
  9. It's a safe bet this question has been asked before but has anyone done a demographic research of SL in recent years and what were the results? I recall about 5-6 years ago, someone posted a demo sheet that showed a surprising high use of SL by those between 45-60 years of age. I was suspecting a much lower number and higher for ages between 18-30 years of age.
  10. I went full premium and changed my name. I felt in the long run, the investment was worth the $99.00 + $40.00. Compare it to tearing the bandage off a skinned knee. It hurts at first but the pain goes away and the birds are singing and the clouds are fluffy white. Frankly, if LL ever offers name change to non-premium members, the price could be higher than $40.00 but will give them a chance to remedy any original name they chose and started disliking. "Mileage will vary" on others opinion.
  11. Just watched this on Netflix. I like Jamie Foxx, figured it can't be too bad. It's bizarre.
  12. Showing my age here, but I remember this song, sometimes followed by...
  13. Play it safe and vote for Todd. If you want serious political shenanigans, go to Twitter.
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