This is my first podcast. And I can tell you that my English is very bad, and even when I listen back, I sometimes wonder, what language speaks MADBELLO!? Actually too much for words, but despite still online because flops also must have a place on the internet, otherwise it would be discrimination, anyway! But have you the corrage to listen to this to absurd first podcast that i have made? I am curious 😀
A clean start. Last weekend, I put back my PC from Windows 10 to 7. That is easier said than done, though three days trying to get back with all the necessary software and that is not without and impact. But now regain acting external hardware. I have a lot sitting fool around to get back working my keyboards, you know, try to play the piano and stuff.
But finally succeeded! USB MIDI are now recognizes and responds to what pinged and connected the microphone during the course, and did it perfectly! Recording my voice too, and completely spotless, and before I knew there was born a new number. Just out of a take, to test the new configuration. I find it quite become quite separately, or not!?
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