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Discussion in 'Bar' started by jeid, Feb 24, 2011.
If there's one saying that pisses me off in life, it's this one. Carry on with your day.
The one that gets me more is "world class." When people say something has "world class" tone or is a "world class" recording studio... what the FUCK does that even mean?
world class - ranking among the foremost in the world.
abbey road studios as compared to tad donley's studio. =\
i have always hated the use of the word "pitchy" as pertaining to a note sung slightly sharp or flat.
Let me chime in here and say I hate the phrase "let me chime in here"...
I hate phrases that start with, "I am not racist or anything....". I mean fuck off bc yes you are. hahaha
Yeah, I know how ya feel. The company I work for has a few products regarded as the "industry standard"s for their respective markets.
We're coming out with 2 more products to be "industry standard"s along with the 4 we already have. All 6 product variants do the same basic thing but with minor differences and are "Marketed" differently. The prices vary considerably too. Then we are releasing more variants later. I hate Marketing.
''Not in there..''
I'm always dissapointed as they show bright colored leds, chromed stuff and the like, instead of as much specs, info and samples as possible
That is so damn subjective though, and sounds super cheesy to say.
"Can you reamp and get us a world class guitar tone?"
^^That phrase really tells me nothing.
Agreed. Especially with industry standard.
This microphone is "industry standard"
What?! For what? Shoving up your arse and buggering yourself?
Agree with the "World Class" thing Jeff.. Feel a bit like rage guy just now!
For... micing stuff?
GERMAN ENGINEERED WORLD CLASS WARMTH AND CLARITY FROM THE PUNCHIEST INDUSTRY STANDARD ASSEMBLED IN USA MICROPHONE THAT CUTS THROUGH THE MIX
Oh come on Jarkko... don't fall into the industry standard trap! Noooooooooooooo!
ahahahaha or "The mix really cuts through", WHAT DOES THAT EVEN MEAN!!
Especially when used to describe behringer or something. THat's even worse
Oh lawd this.
A part of me dies inside whenever I see "industry standard" written on their website