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9 Nov 2019
Hi GMC-ers! I already asked about it but I've saved up and need to make my decision ASAP. My guesses are Steinberg, Presonus and Focusrite, as for DI boxes. But if it's possible to use SM57 with a console mixer, then it's my preferred choice. Can it work that way with one of the USB mixers? I'm getting fluent at Audacity and I don't need anything for digital processing.

I just want something I can plug in to and not worry about outdated drivers and configuration, so I can start some serious recording. I recently graduated from Uni and time-wise, I can do it now smile.gif My brother released two solo albums to YT, as I accidentally found out and i don't want to stay behind.
26 Oct 2019
I came across this today, while playing a game with my friends. I seriously don't need ANY vocal music in my life if I get instrumentals like this every day:

If anyone knows the composer/creator, please send them my regards!
22 Oct 2019
My gaming friends from Texas messaged me two days ago that they got a hurricane alert sent to them and yesterday evening they wrote that they are okay. They said there were no casualties confirmed but people were injured instead. And the power lines in some regions were apparently damaged, cutting off the electricity. I'm happy to hear that nobody got killed!!! Property damage can be repaired but human lives can't be restored. Years ago, I learned about an organisation named Music for Relief that, as far as I know does fundraising with help of bands like Linkin Park to help the people who suffered from the hurricanes etc. The world needs more people willing to offer selfless help like this smile.gif
17 Oct 2019
Hi! I've been practicing this piece for some time now and though I can't play it at blazing speed I've still learned a thing or two. Today I've finally managed to get the first variation right and to play it somewhat fluently. Could you please give me some feedback or hints, regarding what should I prioritize to improve from this point?

I know the last part is really quiet and I messed up the timing a bit there but I've transcribed that part today and I'm not yet used to the sequence.

3 Oct 2019
I made it a habit to listen to classical compositions everyday before going to sleep. I do this to shape my hearing, learn classical harmony and licks but also to push my mind into a relaxed state. Tonight Youtube has planned something different for me. This is really impressive work, not just skill-wise. To accomplish such feat, one must have some knowledge and transcribe the piece for guitar and it'as a lot of work.

When I get to this stage myself I too will play classical stuff on my electric axe, so watching this is inspiring for me in many ways.
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