|Author||Topic: FL Studio + Dx10 + Linplug Bundle for sale or trade|
Posted: 16th July 2003 02:51
for sale or trade to equal value.
FL Studio Producers Edition plus DX10
plus Linplug Bundle for PC:
Delta III +542 sounds +manual
RM III +43 drum kits +manual
Alpha +64 sounds +manual
CronoX 2 +200 sounds +manual
Element P +172 sounds +manual
list price $308
$159 both or swap for Albino or similar.
Posted: 16th July 2003 03:00
why could you not post this two weeks from now???
Good luck though. I am sure some one will snap them up. Nice price, and if for some twisted reason noone buys by the 1st of august, I sure will take you up. Just payed for a new computer the other day though. Bank account still reeling! Seriously though, if you still have it on the first, PM me quik!!
Posted: 16th July 2003 05:01
Posted: 16th July 2003 09:17
it would be nice to do a swap for something
nobody bought something they find too deep or unsuitable ? maybe.
Posted: 16th July 2003 17:35
Your big problem will be finding someone who does not already own one of these items.
Posted: 17th July 2003 09:15
Posted: 17th July 2003 11:09
Also, according to this thread
FLS licenses aren't transferrable )-:
Posted: 17th July 2003 11:16
the user gets the key, if Image Line wont transfer thats no problem becuase it's lifetime free updates with the key.
the deal is they buy the bundle wich is totally
transferable and FLS for free.
plenty of users selling or trading FLS.
are you guys totally bored ?
Posted: 17th July 2003 11:53
I think i've seen people in the past arrange transfer of FL with the permission of Imageline. You could try that first - it will probably make the transfer easier.
Posted: 17th July 2003 11:58
sure, as a Pro company I dont see why image line
would have a problem Peter@Linplug is totally fine with this.
so are Native Instruments
(I have bought reaktor4 from a guy thats why I dont need these now).
I would much rather make a trade/swap.
Posted: 18th July 2003 15:01
Posted: 18th July 2003 21:04
Well, as I said b-4, let me know if you still have them for sale on the first of august.
And on a different note, yes I am totally bored; so I followed your little link there, and found this....
Allright, what the FUCK???? Am I a complete idiot, or is that one of the most screwed up things ever? How..? I have racked my brain trying to figure out the trick, but I am STUMPT!!!!
|Mr. Slater's Parrot|
Posted: 19th July 2003 00:12
Skip the following if you don't want the fun spoiled.
Look at the numbers on the list that are multiples of 9: 0, 9, 18, 27, 36, etc. Notice that each of them is represented by the same symbol. Take any number on the list and follow the instructions -- when you add the digits in the number and then subtract that value from the number itself, you get a resultant number that is a multiple of 9; this happens to be an interesting property of numbers -- when represented in base-10, that is. Each time you click, it changes the symbol that is shared by all multiples of nine so that you don't notice the pattern so easily.
Posted: 19th July 2003 07:37
Posted: 19th July 2003 07:42
Are you like, a scientist or sumthin'?
Thanks, I was starting to get a bit anxious about it. That is still very cool, though. I am always amazed by mathmatics. So many patterns, the mind boggles!
|Mr. Slater's Parrot|
Posted: 19th July 2003 09:40
I'm with you -- I think that MysticalBall website is *really* clever! What a cool idea.
Posted: 20th July 2003 12:58
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Posted: 20th July 2003 13:07
no problem, I will hold them.
email me please