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Thanks, I am going back home to Dual Mono. Maybe the 'Cliff's article" approach could alleviate a lot of the conflicts I mentioned under the last "ST photo question answer" post, under Dual Mono.
1.I am not nearly as capable as Joel is with files.
2. High resolution photos would be less of a problem on a separate linked page.
3. The XLB Project was difficult, because it was a one of a kind project, and I felt an on-going need to explain things.
4. An so on,.......
Got to do some more thinking.
Hi Wayne and Forum members, submitting an article also known as making a page in the Wiki, is really quite easy.
Really no big magic, the formatting commands, are shown by ST in the Profile instructions, about 17 posts before this one, are simple as can be. For further description, here's the actual Wikipedia: FAQ
The beauty of it, is it looks very professional.
Here's even the Wikipedia: Cheatsheet, with the formatting commands.
Your best bet in getting started, would be to review ST's User Profile up above and to start with that.
The hardest part is getting started with it and there's even a Sandbox to try it out with.
BTW, a "Sandbox" is just a test area, where you play/test out your ideas. You can even just "Preview" them if you don't want to commit to actual editing changes.
Don't even worry about categories or exactly where to put it, as ST will even assist with that part.
We all wind up with better organized information and tips that are easier to find and reference.
Okay... I made a user page... I have an article written on my word processor... where do I put it? Thanks.
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I am really into my new Hal Leonard Stuff right now. I will definitely be back to give this a try.
Here is a tutorial that shows you how to create an article.
This assumes that you have already created an account and you have the text for your article in a word processor or simple text editor.
Tutorial: Create an Article in the Wiki
I'll be back later to reorganize this thread to put links to the tutorials in the lead post.
In the meantime - enjoy this tutorial.
Thanks for your help! It's up!
That looks really good, I like the pictures.
Now you need to let people find it, with a link like this: Dehlia_Low
Had trouble, getting pictures over to the right, but found the answer in the Editing Help Section.
This keeps getting better all the time.
EV RE-2 Wireless Review
Hey Roy, how about a review on that cool light weight guitar you picked up or how to keep Tourists entertained in Savannah Georgia.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Joelheck,
There is no hard limit, but if you want to write something that is larger than 30 kilobytes then we probably want to split that into two or more articles.
To give you a sense of that, the T1 ToneMatch® Audio Engine FAQ is about 32 kilobytes.
Put another way - on a browser set at 1024 x 768 you have to hit the page-down key about 20 times to get from the top to the bottom.
Another example: Guitar Player Syndrome is about 11 kilobytes.
Does that answer your question?
How much space do you need?
Ok - so I think I have followed your instructions and pasted in my gear review, ST can you help me fix it? I have a picture which has escaped to elswhere.
Lead vocals, bass, keys, acc gtr
L1m2 and T1
Blue EnCORE 300 mic
Composite Acoustics GXI guitar
Warwick Alien Acoustic Bass
Washburn XB400 electric bass
Roland RD300GX keys
Terrific. Thank you for creating this article.
I renamed the article for you and you will find it here.
Roland GR-33 Guitar Synthesizer Review.
I didn't see that you had uploaded an image to the wiki yet, but you can do that now.
Once you add the image on the Upload file page, it should automatically appear in the article.
Please let me know when you have done that and I'll take a look!
Please see Roland GR-33 Guitar Synthesizer Review - Interaction with the L1®.
I have added a few notes that you can change - so you can tell us exactly what L1® equipment you are using.
So far we have the following people eligible for this week's Early-Bird draw.
You can see a more detailed list here: Share the Wealth Contest 2008 - Qualifying Entries
* means also entered for the Grand Prize. See: Eligibility.
The deadline for this weeks Early-Bird draw is midnight Pacific Time (UTC -7) Friday night (approximately 25 hours from now), I will announce the winner on Saturday.
That means you have all day Friday to get in on this week's draw.
To get started you can check out these tutorials.
Edit: added * for DLguitarThis message has been edited. Last edited by: ST,
Hi Jimmy & Val,
Welcome aboard the wiki!
You did a nice and very comprehensive profile jivauk.
Here are some ideas.
Working with other musicians
Shortly after you got your L1® and T1®s I remember thinking that you were getting some interesting insights working with other musicians. Were you / are you still doing that: Introducing other musicians to your L1® system and having them perform through it?
If that WAS you, then there is probably some material for an interesting article there.
We have an article: Introducing Performers to the Bose System.
This was written in the context of festival situations and open stages.
I got the impression that your situation was a little different.
Another idea - Community Supported Music - Musicians collaborating in their Community
Looking at your web page for Venues, I thought that you and perhaps some of the other musicians in your area had actively collaborated to create a lively community that really cared for its live music.
If that is what is going on, or something like that, then I think there could be an interesting article there.
We have the winners in the first Early-Bird Draw.
See: Share the Wealth Constest 2008 - Early-Bird Prize Winners
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