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MetaSynth Tips And Tutorials
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Frequently-Asked Questions. A good place to start !
Goodies "Steven Lareau" <email@example.com> from Hilltop Design send us some nice anagrams of MetaSynth :
A Sent Myth
A Test Hymn
Am Tent Shy
Man The Sty
"Wenger's MetaSynth" turns up some interesting goodies too... like :
A Meg Strewn Net Shy
Sergeant West Hymn
Strange Hymen Stew (LOL!)
Gates Hymen Strewn
And the best of all,
Strange Sweet Hymn
Have a go at it yourself : http://www.wordsmith.org/anagram/
Conrado del Rosario sent me some MUSICIAN JOKES From: firstname.lastname@example.org (drolla)
>Q. How do you get two piccolos to play a perfect unison?
>A. Shoot one.
>Q. What's the definition of a minor second?
>A. Two flutists playing in unison.
>Q. What's the difference between an oboe and an onion?
>A. No one cries when you chop up an oboe.
>Q. What's the difference between a bassoon and a trampoline?
>A. You take off your shoes when you jump on a trampoline.
>Q. Why did the chicken cross the road?
>A. To get away from the bassoon recital.
>Q. Why do clarinetists leave their cases on their dashboards?
>A. So they can park in handicapped zones.
>Q. What's the difference between a lawnmower and a soprano sax?
>A. You can tune the lawnmower, and the owner's neighbors are upset if you borrow the lawnmower and don't return it.
>Q. How do you make a chain saw sound like a baritone sax?
>A. Add vibrato.
>Q. How many trumpet players does it take to change a light bulb?
>A. Five. One to handle the bulb, the other four to tell him how much better they could have done it.
>Q. How do you make a trombone sound like a French horn?
>A. Put your hand in the bell and miss a lot of notes.
>Q. What's the definition of a gentleman?
>A. Someone who knows how to play the trombone and doesn't.
>Q. What's the range of a tuba?
>A. Twenty yards if you have a good arm.
>Q. How can you tell if a violin is out of tune?
>A. The bow is moving.
>Q. Why is a violinist like a Scud missile?
>A. Both are offensive and inaccurate.
>Q. How do you know if a viola section is at your front door?
>A. No one knows when to come in.
>Q. What's the difference between a violist and a dog?
>A. The dog knows when to stop scratching.
>Q. How do you get a violist to play downbow staccato?
>A. Put a tenuto mark over a whole note and mark it solo.
>Q. Why are violins smaller than violas?
>A. They are really the same size. Violinists' heads are larger.
>Q. What's the difference between a cello and a viola?
>A. The cello burns longer.
>Q. What's the difference between a cello and a coffin?
>A. The coffin has the corpse inside.
>Q. Why are orchestra intermissions limited to 20 minutes?
>A. So you don't have to retrain the cellists.
>Q. What's the difference between a soprano and a Porche?
>A. Most musicians have never seen a Porche.
>Q. How does a soprano change a light bulb?
>A. She just holds on and the world revolves around her.
>Q. What's the difference between a soprano and the PLO?
>A. You can negotiate with the PLO.
>Q. If you drop a conductor and a watermelon off a tall building, which will hit the ground first?
>A. Who cares?
>Q. What's the difference between a conductor and a sack of fertilizer?
>A. The sack.
>Q. Why are conductor's hearts so coveted for transplants?
>A. They've had so little use.