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    OT-unregistering

    How can I un-register from this forum?

    Raymond

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    Re: OT-unregistering

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond62 View Post
    How can I un-register from this forum?

    Raymond
    I'm not sure exactly to what extent you can unregister but I think you will need to contact an administrator.
    Michael
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    Re: OT-unregistering

    Hi Raymond,

    what happend?

    Best,

    Gunther
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    Re: OT-unregistering

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond62 View Post
    How can I un-register from this forum?

    Raymond
    If this is a serious question, the answer can be found in your profile, under FAQs, or under Search.

    My question echoes Gunther: what happened?

    Frankly, I've enjoyed your input - from your additions to the Listening Room to your often witty responses to miscellaneous posts. I, for one, would sorely miss you. I hope your question had nothing to do with leaving us. If it did, of course we have to respect your decision . . . but I would welcome discussion of this via PM.

    Best,

    Joe

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    Re: OT-unregistering

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond62 View Post
    How can I un-register from this forum?

    Raymond
    Sounds terribly ominous. I hope you are not planning to desert us! I have enjoyed yours post.

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmpaquette View Post
    If this is a serious question, the answer can be found in your profile, under FAQs, or under Search.

    My question echoes Gunther: what happened?

    Frankly, I've enjoyed your input - from your additions to the Listening Room to your often witty responses to miscellaneous posts. I, for one, would sorely miss you. I hope your question had nothing to do with leaving us. If it did, of course we have to respect your decision . . . but I would welcome discussion of this via PM.

    Best,

    Joe
    I second this. I would really miss you!!

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    Re: OT-unregistering

    Please don't leave, Raymond!

    As everyone has already mentioned, you're a great asset to this community and would be sorely missed!

    Best,
    Reegs

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    Raymond please don't leave. I always enjoy reading your posts.
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    Re: OT-unregistering

    You can't seriously be thinking of leaving Raymond??

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    Re: OT-unregistering

    The problem is not Garritan Forum. In the past I subscribed to several forums and still they are sending emails (I had that "send-email-when-reply" checked). In spite of many emails to the owners or adminstrators I still get a multitude of emails, which I immediately move to my "trashcan" area in Outlook Express.

    Looking for a possibilty to unsubscribe the Garritan Forum I couldn't find any entry as such. This maybe some omission at the Website. Even looking through the Profile I couldn't find any subjects to get rid of Garritan in the case I want this.

    No, I won't leave you. At the other hand it will be very quite at this eastern front. The huge project I am busy with demands me to focus completely on this subject.

    Is somebody familiar with the following? I want a click of a certain frequency at EVERY note event. Is there some Sonar feature to make it? I am half-way, but it doesn't satisfy me. So I must make that click myself, audible at the start of a note and at the end. More or less "making myself" some sample reacting on all note-on/off events. Any ideas?

    Raymond

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