That will work. One thing to do when it starts to bog down: freeze your tracks. Also if you’re recording instruments you’ll need an interface.
The photodune approach is a good example. Buy the loop, or buy the loop with an intro/ending or buy them all. I like that.
In that case just change the title.
I’m with NikiN & Gareth on this one. Even if you want to change it after it’s approved it’s going back through the review process again. I think editing in queue would complicate the process way more than it would help.
Seeing the whole list would be neat. Maybe in the dashboard?
Went over and was sidetracked by the Bobby Mcferrin vid. Love how he got the audience to follow his pentatonic scale.
Well done gone guys! Absolutely deserved! Keep up the great work
BTW so cool that your name is ‘Hammond’!My best friend is called ‘Hammond’, too! She weighs 355 pounds, can’t walk, has a beautiful voice, is 48 years old now, drinks a lot of oil, is addicted to electric power and her husband is called ‘Leslie’
hahah! She’s a good gal Ulf! You caught me at first with the 355 pounds!!
You guys are moving along nicely. Great Job!
The story goes a bit deeper. I picked up a new Macbook Pro in November-an i5 with 8gb of ram and I was on that and busy freelancing web work. Then I went with my lady up to Bethesda on a business trip. The day I was supposed to leave someone broke into a friends house we were staying at and stole my machine off the kitchen counter. I was working on a track that day with my oxygen25. I get back and everything but the computer was right where I left it. It’s still out there in the wild somewhere, but probably parted out. I had the find my Mac registered and it still hasn’t come online but if they do it’s going to wipe itself.
So I managed to get the dough and get another. This one is an i7 with all the trimmings. Lost about a month of stuff and my backup schedule has been more intense since then. Between everything that happened I kept playing and getting better so it’s all good. Even though all my info is out there I have another measure of confidence. I recommend 1password to everyone with a Mac. After your machine goes to sleep it locks up your auto complete data and also stores it on dropbox. I brought the new machine home and between that and a time machine backup I was up and running that evening.
I second that, Carmen.