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"I'm the Man" - Joe Jackson (Completed)

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DIESEL88 DRUMS
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    Published on 16 Oct 2020 / In Rock / Punk Rock

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    // Vocals - Diesel88 // Surferbeto
    // Bass - CyberBass
    // Guitar - Surferbeto
    // Drums - Diesel88

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    CyberBass
    CyberBass 3 months ago

    DIESEL88 hey Donny can you please publish this one? I get an error playing it in my home theater for some reason. Maybe needs a refresh.

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    DIESEL88 DRUMS
    DIESEL88 DRUMS 3 months ago

    O.K. go. Let me know.

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    CyberBass
    CyberBass 3 months ago

    @DIESEL88 DRUMS: thanks buddy. Idk what the problem is. I wanted to crank it in the big speakers but my phone throws up an error. I guess it’s me!

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    DIESEL88 DRUMS
    DIESEL88 DRUMS 3 months ago

    @CyberBass: Republish and moved the picture arrangement. Playing it loud .... ? Now? Thanks.

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    Surferbeto
    Surferbeto 8 months ago

    DIESEL88 Here's a trick that is good to know:
    Whenever you record a track on the web-based BandHug app it automatically adds a label of your Username to the video (text appears for a few seconds at the start). But when you upload a track to the web app from an external source (either your computer or YouTube), you get an "Upload Tracks" window that lets you choose either "User track (label)" or "BT File (no label)". "User track (label)" is the default.

    So when you download a track from BandHug (to edit it locally and then re-upload a new version, as you have been doing this week), the video file already has a label on it. If you go with the default setting upon uploading, you will get a second label superimposed over the first label. Messy. Worse, if you are editing someone else's track then it will superimpose your name over their name on the newly uploaded track.

    So when uploading an edited track that already has a label, you should take a moment to select "BT File (no label)" so that no additional labels are generated.
    After uploading, you can select the "edit info" tab under the wrench tool for your newly uploaded track and change "type" from "BT" to "User." And you can select the appropriate User from a picklist.

    OK, now you know how to edit tracks and re-upload them like a rock star! Go forth and be awesome. :-)

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    DIESEL88 DRUMS
    DIESEL88 DRUMS 7 months ago

    Thank you. !!! - this has always bugged me.

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    Surferbeto
    Surferbeto 8 months ago

    Mysterious things going on in all those dark windows? :-)

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    DIESEL88 DRUMS
    DIESEL88 DRUMS 8 months ago

    Blacked out pictures --

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    Surferbeto
    Surferbeto 8 months ago

    DIESEL88 I see you've republished this a few times today. Trying new mixes or...?

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    Carol Grand
    Carol Grand 1 year ago

    Love this!!

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    CyberBass
    CyberBass 1 year ago

    Thanks CarolGrand !

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    Surferbeto
    Surferbeto 1 year ago

    Hee hee. We had a lot of fun playing this.

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