Separate names with a comma.
Wanting to join the rest of our members? Feel free to sign up today.
Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by CatharsisStudios, Mar 19, 2010.
miking doesn't preven't DI'ing in anyway
of mice and men'd. you can take that to the bank!
But why would the apostrophe have to eliminate "phone" and not "phon"? It's not like you have to delete full words to make contractions (e.g. don't just has the "o" dropped from "not") And yes, I fully acknowledge I'm nitpicking for no good reason, but hey, it's fun
Yep. Although I'm pretty sure that there is no right here.
I say tomato
But i'm also the guy that stops and corrects people when they said "George and me went to the bar" to say I instead of ME. Just a stickler like that...
Personally I spell it mic'd, but the proper grammer form is miked, who really cares though, we're audio engineers not english majors
"Miked" sounds like you just recreated a faux-pas mic placement originally done by someone called "Mike"...
"Miced" sounds like you just attacked the cab by throwing rodents at it...
"Mic'd" to me sounds like the way it should be, whether its grammatically correct or not... i mean we now live in a world where LOL exists in the dictionary...
give it to mikey, he'll eat anything! showing my age with that joke.
Just picked up some LIFE today.
miced = attacked by mice?:zombie:......damn..i hate grammar
woah it's in there now?
At least you didnt attempt to take the Mic-hael
this thread is epic
I haven't had cinnamon LIFE for a coon's age! used to love it.