« on: December 03, 2008, 08:10:38 AM »
P.S. I think the use of font is as important as the rest of the art and I try to use photoshop to add/morph any font I use so it is more part of the artwork than overlaid on it....
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At the P.O. that I work at, my Postmaster has told us he will be cutting 4,000 hours next year.
One route (the shared/auxilliary one) will be dismantled and dissolved into the carriers routes. That means more work in less time for people, and very little of the overtime people depend on.
I don't have a route yet and am at the bottom of seniority so I am terribly worried about my security. They love me there, but when push comes to shove companies will turn their back on you. I'll just have to take it one day at time.
I was about to type the same thing Loren just did.
If you guy all the same gear as Roach that doesn't mean you're going to sound like he does, and you shouldn't be striving to sound like him anyway. Plenty of people have the same gear and they don't all sound the same. You've got to learn to program the gear you buy, whether it's synths or effects or whatever, in a way that's distinctive and interesting. It's more important how you work with your gear, than what gear you have in the first place.
The Algebraist is indeed a good one.
Banks is great at just jumping you into expansive worlds, and doesn't
usually waste time with offering quasi-scientific explanations for everything.