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Jeff Bone Feb 17, 2003, 04:03am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I am ready; Having been trying to streamline my HP pavilion533w into a surfing audio recorder after 4-5 months the first part is ok or seems satisfactory, however my HDD ain't cuttin it though its close, a 60mb maxtor @ 5400rpm its almost adequate but I can hear the result each time it caches in the audible form of a skip/jump sounding much like an lp on a turntable as it has been bumped into by a passer-by just not causing a needle-jump. It is uncanny, the similarities between the two disc mediums and my eventual confidence that my diagnosis is accurate,
based on the mere listening.
I was just about to take the plunge and order a "WD40" ha!
I am an old "musican" with tracks to distribute,and am still trying to get
pc savvy
Convinced that I can send music via e-mail as background, I have been
staying away from the popular file-sharing method of promotion since thats where the viral woes are or so I believe.
I have been trying to learn about the pcs main utility along with developing my music at a off&on pace, confident of eventual success.
But I am asking openly for advice/help worldwide.
I acquired Ableton Live and love it as I knew I would, as it provides unlimited fun for the fresh novice, yet there is a formidable curve to learn
even a fraction of its obvious capabilities. I immediately set out to use the programs percussion sounds and its wicked effects, using the Windows
operations sounds as melodic basis entirely, since I do find myself indoctrinated to the orchestral briefs I hear with every logon and log off as well as all the other O.S. functions, I feel quite clever in my confidence that there may be some others on this earth who are as I,quite accustomed to the familiar Windows sounds and who may be amused at the way I have added backbeats and some form to them.
Having succeeded at e-mailing the ditty to myself here at the house, from my laptop to my desktop, the hurdles I am having trying to get the
music to download across town or continent can not be impossible to
get over.
I really feel convinced that the folks at "the ScreenSavers" will get a kick out of my Windows ditty and could possibly allow my sound worldwide recognition, thereby opening doors to me and my lifetime aspirations .
At the very least I am ready to find out thanks ........Jbo



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