Discussion in 'Requests' started by llhyperdude, Jul 15, 2003.
thx, megadude ;-) , for the tipps in claiming for some midi files.
llhyperdude. We need more people like you to get this board in order. Great suggestions. I love musicrobot myself. I would also like to suggest MIDI Songs On Demand for new music.
By the way great smilies!!!
thanks for the tips and sites
thats ez 4 you 2 say... this site is soo hard to use...>>>i cant find "damw" by youngbloodz
You did not search hard enough. There are a few hits with MIDIBuddy's board search engine, located to the left, under .:Board:.
Great idea u had man.
Did save me a lot of searching.
Thx from The Cat.
it would help finding damn if u spelled it right...not "damw" and gj hyperdude i cant believe that if i woulda done this a while ago all the a$$ kissing i would have had thrown my way....damn u
thank you for the useful sites and tips hyperdude:thumbsup:
great links! thanks alot!
lots of nice palces to search.
I thinks its much harder if you want to find songs in other languages...what do you think?
I love that vanbasco site.. thanks man!
ne body have mere naseeb mein by baby h.. co zi havent found ti n the sites listed above..
I found this great web site ---> www.mididb.com
Thanks you made everything very self explanitory.
Hi guys and gals,
I am new to this site and I think it is great. Lots of information but just a little overwhelming at first. I hope it gets better, which I am sure it will after time.
I am new here, please pardon me if I make my first mistake and notice me please, thanks~
thx for the help!!!!
the vanbascos link was great.....
Your advice is helpful for a first-timer, but for one (like myself) who HAS searched for hours on end (actually, a couple of years now) to find something that either should exist but the pages for it are buried so deeply in the search results that any hint of it existing is only subtle, or even when combining search terms the results are nothing you wanted because the song may be one (very common) word long, that kind of searching is all for not. That's my main problem: the only options I can fathom to return any kind of results are searches that are either too general or too specific. It's a dilemma, I know.
See my above comment...
In a matter of speaking, this is placing most users in "damed if you do, damed if you don't" scenario. Nice Job
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