1. Don't be anything but white.
When you're black, people will hate you,
because you look ghetto, and uneducated.
But when you're white, people will hate you,
because you look racist, and stuck up, and unapproachable.
And when you're anything in between, people will hate you,
because you're different, but not different enough, and there's no one to stand up for you.
So actually, don't have skin.
2. Let other people decide who you spend the rest of your life with.
When you're gay, people will hate you,
because it's unnatural. You should have control over your mindset, and so should total strangers.
When you're transg
hey homie i LOVE LOVE LOVE your ableton skin dark LT but on my screen the button son the righ tare still yellow not blue like in the pics..what am i doing wrong? do i have an older ver ? i have the setttings adjusted too :/
Yo. I see you're using Live 10. The skin is for Live 9. I haven't got around to a Live 10 update myself yet, but somebody else ported it themselves and did a reasonably decent job. Just a google away. =]
Hey! I was wondering how you did an aspect of your serum design. On the knobs you have a white line that rotates around the dial when the knob is moved. When i went into the serum files I found that the png is a 120 iterations of the the line at different angles. How exactly did you vertically align the images? Did you use the illustrator align method or did you did you space everything one at a time? Thanks in advance!
I know making a mock template in Photoshop is one thing, but are you also heavily involved in the process of taking the template, and doing what needs to be done to actually bring it to life with user input on the software? I can make mock ups just fine in Photoshop, but immediately hit a brick wall when it comes to translating it to a piece of skinnable software, like say, Sylenth1. Any good resources for this sort of information that you could point me to so I might be able to teach myself something new and hopefully even contribute something back? I've also appreciated when software is aesthetically pleasing, and especially those who go out of their way to skin an existing software and provide it for free.