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  • guptha
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-07-16

    Hey guys,

    I know a lot of strings are attached to it, but I want to get a lot more emotion. Still, I’ve been making music for a long time. I do a lot of things like singing, rap, editing, and yet lately I think making music isn’t really for me ... I just don’t care about sitting in front of a PC for long. or arranging verses. Try your luck here camzap, chatiw.

    Don’t try to get me wrong, I love music, but I still think I want to focus on music and I just love music like it’s done now. I’ve been thinking about getting a DJ ever since I’ve been especially admired and special. 

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    yadav22
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-26

    Hello there, individuals my age! I'd want to hear your thoughts.

    Although I am not a hardcore gamer, I have been playing since I was a child. Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town prompted me to purchase a switch a few weeks ago. Harvest Moon: Back to Nature was one of my favourite games on the PlayStation 1 when I was a kid, and I wanted to play it again. In a nutshell, I bought it for the sake of nostalgia. I also got Crash Team Racing the other day for nostalgia's sake. Although I enjoyed SoS, I didn't enjoy CTR as much as I had hoped. I believe it's primarily due to the fact that I'm not as good at it as I was when I was younger. So I'd have to play it over and over just to finish a level.

    Anyway, I've been looking for new games to play, but the most of them seem to be geared at children and teenagers. I'm considering Witcher 3 because it appears to be geared more at adults than children.

    What other games do you think are more suited to adults than to children? (While some may claim that games can be enjoyed by both children and adults, I believe that some continue to target one audience over the other.) I'd love to hear what you have to say!

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    armandabecilla
    Community Manager
    2021-05-18

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    ericpool
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-18

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    testredir
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-17

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    testredir
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-17

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    ericpool
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-14

    soulution

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    armandabecilla
    Community Manager
    2021-05-14

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    Kevin254
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-07

    I’m a musician, songwriter, and striving audio engineer looking to improve my music production abilities...

    Currently, what I keep noticing is that every time I put together my guitar and bass parts, they sound fine to me initially, but as soon as it’s time to overdub my drummer’s parts, everything I worked on sounds sluggish, janky, and I just start feeling overwhelming doubt in my abilities... we both are recording to the same click, and our parts sound fine isolated, but together they don’t work.

    I don’t know what the problem is. I know it’s not a problem when we play live together because we sync up so well, but obviously not when it comes to overdubs... What do I do? Some people mention if I’m going to record my parts beforehand, then I should record to a basic drum beat to get more of a feel. On some stuff I do for others it’s no problem, my parts come out fine.

    However I if I try doing that with my music, it changes the feel of what I’m working on... Is this just the nature of the beast that is music production? Or do I just suck and need to get better at playing to a click? Is this a drummer issue thinking they are perfect at keeping tempo with a click? I'm lost.https://19216881.org/ https://1921681001.link/ https://19216801.digital/

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    Anthony529
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-12-09
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