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    rjbirkinrjbirkin
    Keymaster

    Welcome to the pianobook community! You’re one of the first ones here. Our goal is to create a community for composers, sample creators, sound designers, musicians, or any creative individual interested in the pianobook project. This is the second version of this forum, after the Pianobook website was redeveloped. Sadly we haven’t been able to transfer the old content, so we’re starting from scratch.

    We’re still defining the edges of this website, and we want to invite you to help mold it. How would you like to see this community evolve? What kinds of content are you hoping to post or read about from others? How would you like to have the forum structured?

    This is a simple announcement post that may incorporate some simple community rules in the future. You cannot reply to this post, but please find the other welcome thread to introduce yourself and share your feedback on how you see this community developing. Thanks for joining us here!

    Richard

    P.S. Thanks to Timmy for starting the original piano.community

    #6961
    christianhensonchristianhenson
    Keymaster

    Hello all and welcome! This is just th beginning of the next pianobook chapter!!!

    #356078
    bo dinbo din
    Participant

    Lovely vaguely worded posts, landing on Pianobook – I’m guessing because of the this sites use of the word Stories and Book.

    I challenge Tom Hiddleston (pictured in post above) to write a short essay now. Or 0thok.

    #408055
    bo dinbo din
    Participant

    My previous post was in response to some spam, which has now been removed and is therefore not relevant. The mention of Tom Hiddleston does not relate to the first two posts, the authors or the images.

    #1451039
    Avatarguildorf
    Participant

    Good morning, and good cheer! I must say, it’s a bit of a letdown to craft a decent reply
    to someone asking for help, and the reply doesn’t immediately show up. This never happens at any other forum I access. I don’t really care if there is some moderator/babysitter out there who thinks their opinions about posts are higher priority than the discussion at hand. I do care that a nice creative community is slowed down, if not discouraged, by the current slack-handed arrangement in place. It’a a bad look, especially when starting out, and with people who are sharing their efforts and knowledge. I know from the videos that good people with good intentions are involved, but this waiting game for posts to be scrutinized is an un-necessary absurdity. If the site has been deluged with profane or defaming posts in the past, and strict moderation is a must, by all means, explain the state of affairs, and have a ‘sticky’ explaining the aftermath, and the steps in place, so it doesn’t come off as complacency or incompetance etc.
    Cheers

    #1452630
    Avatarsean searle
    Participant

    Hey. How do I put in a request for an instrument.

    I wonder if a spring door stop would be a cool item to sample. Maybe if someone has got one to sample, they could look into it (I unfortunately do not have one)

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