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    And he's such a handsome devil, too!

    Dan, my friend, my personal thanks for all of the help and
    guidance along the way -- not only the great job you did
    with that beast of a piece of mine (Lucifer And Gandhi);
    but the day in, day out tips, pointers, aid, and support in
    this forum.

    I believe I may have learned more from you about the craft
    of all of this, Dan, than from anyone else I know.

    Not only are you one of the kindest most decent men I have
    ever had the pleasure to know, Dan -- you are also, truly, one
    of the finest musicians amongst us.

    With admiration,

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Anyone who can spot (hear) "Voice of The Theatre" boxes embedded in the ceiling of a convention center with so much background noise, is tops in my book! Just call him, "Mr. Ears."
    Dan, God Bless you bro!
    Styxx

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    All of the above, Dan and more.........

    Your willingness to help others and share the gifts you have been given are beyond comprehension at times. Your audio engineering tips pop up all over the place and are such a refinement of the art of making music with sample libraries.

    Whether you know it or not, your generosity has helped many overcome the daily frustrations of learning how to deal with sample libraries. What is elementary for you is advanced learning for a lot of us. We may be composers that use a musical program to input notes, etc., but you have shown us how to sculp those notes into a rather elite creation. To make them sound like more than just instrument samples.

    So, when you go to sleep at night, just realize how important you are and have been to all the musicians on this and other Forums by letting us listen to your music and benefit from your knowledge of how it was crafted.

    Extraordinary, Dan........Extraordinary
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhap2
    Whether you know it or not, your generosity has helped many overcome the daily frustrations of learning how to deal with sample libraries. What is elementary for you is advanced learning for a lot of us.
    ...it can't be said any better than that, so I will humbly concur.

    THANKS FOR ALL THE HELP, DAN!!!!!!!!!!

    ;-)

    Jim Jarnagin - no not THAT Jim Jarnagin, the other one.

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    Dan,

    You know, I had this really eloquent paragraph I carefully crafted to express my appreciation for you, But then I realized that just wasn't your style.

    He he he.

    Seriously though,

    What in the heck do you say about a guy who has been, and continues to be, so helpful and giving of his talents and TIME?


    You da man!

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    Thumbs up Re: Dpdan

    Also my tribute to a person that I never met in my life,
    but I can feel as one of my best friends!!!

    All the best for you, Dan!
    Roberto

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    wow what a surprise.

    man, what nice things you all have said.
    I love to help and I always enjoy talking shop.

    Korgs, you are a great guy, I checked out your blog very nice!
    Thank you all for making my life more meaningful.
    I just want to make a difference
    A very grateful
    Dan

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    Just in case you ever saw that SNL skit...

    Dan the man
    Danno
    Dann-o-ramma
    The Danster
    Danaroosky
    Danopolis
    D man
    The big D
    D'ster
    Dantabulous
    El Dante
    Danerifico

    Thanks for everything Dan!

    ...2112
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPDAN
    wow what a surprise.

    man, what nice things you all have said.
    I love to help and I always enjoy talking shop.


    Dan
    Dan, you are just so Steely!!!

    But I do feel the need to tell some truth here...

    Based on some mind-numbing and -warping experiences I have had in Indianapolis, I feel compelled to share with the world the following important warning...

    PEOPLE:
    IF YOU VALUE WHATEVER MODICUM OF SANITY YOU HAVE REMAINING, IF YOU VALUE THE HUMAN INTELLECT AND CARE ABOUT THE FUTURE OF OUR FRAGILE PLANET...

    DO NOT PUT DPDAN AND STYXX IN THE SAME ROOM TOGETHER

    FOR THAT MATTER, IT IS BEST FOR SOCIETY IF THEY ARE KEPT AT LEAST 12000 MILES FROM ONE ANOTHER.

    Take the advice NOW from one who knows and has borne the consequences.
    Snorlax.

    PS-I love ya, man!!
    Jim Williams
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