Discussion in 'Getting Started/New Member Help' started by Elven, Nov 22, 2002.
lolu guys call this a NEF around here?
wow this site is great, i'm new to these discussion forums, and a bit overwhelmed too! i was wondering if there's a way to save your password so that I dont have to enter it everytime?
Methinks she doesn't frequent this forum... ? ? ?
Nice to meet you all
New to this place just wanted to say hey and I hope you all are having a great time
Methinks you is right
*stretch* *yawn* Methinks it is time for a little nap. :sleep:
Me thinks your new avitar rocks ... oh and ... sorry to wake ya ... laffs
*peeks* why I thank ye Stilcrazy. *drops back off too sleep*
Methinks squinks makes noise like clinks on the bright minks.
Ohhh - sorry... Methinks I've been stuck in a rut of late and should get out more...... Track 4. I mean, move the melody line to track 4, select (highlight) that track, choose view/new/lyric and view/new/staff.... by toggling between those two windows you can easily add lyrics. Type the lyrics in the lyric view using dashes to seperate syllables and spaces to seperate words... a double/triple dash will serve for melismatic passages. I'd offer to do it but only the composer can correctly place melisma. Watch your progress in the staff window to be sure that all is lining up correctly.
I,m a newbie too and have no idea what im doing-lol
shoopa doopa ding dong!
Oh yeah. THAT answers my question.
Dear God...... someone fire up the time machine..... xj is stuck in the FIFTIES!!!!!!!! :crowd noise "Gasp, It can't be, Oh No!" screams as a woman faints in the rear:
did someone say fifties?? *hums Blue Suede Shoes*
Now it's one for the money....:boink: Two for the show...:boink: :boink: three to get ready...Now Go cat Go...um...stop looking at me like that!
...but don't you step on my blue suede shoes....
*puts on a little music in here since Si's party got a bit out of hand*
(Credit where credit is due - file sequenced by GARYW0001@aol.com, arranged by Tony Klatka, composed by Chick Corea)
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