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Discussion in 'iMac' started by jonutarr, Nov 14, 2009.
you're in aus?
ahh the bad state im in nsw about 10min drive to QLD but.
Originality from mid north coast NSW though so I'm not all bad
gee 363 views and you the only person who lol ??
must be NSW humour
nice drum kit btw
ahhh ok, you pass the test then
HA! they saw me reply and backed away i guess.
are you going to purchase an imac or anything?
Possibly, I might wait if my macmini C2D 1.83 4gb ram 7200rpm HDD can do all it's asked
will be doing some some serious audio editing / mixing / recording soon
oh ok. its getting on a bit, but for audio recording it should be alright - provided that you arent using synth tracks and all that. for recording one track at a time even my old MBP is fine for recording!
you play an instrument?
I try too.
yeh music is a consuming entity for me atm, I'm doing everything from play drums in a wedding/functions band to Mastering my own tracks, the only thing I don't do is sing
I'm not gonna lol.
That was a shockingly bad video.
Even with Perth humour
you eastern states freaks wouldn't know a joke if it poked you in the eye
nice video i play drums too incase you didnt notice lol! there are lots of things you need to work on technique wise but you have some very good ideas that have a lot of potential.
nice area you are in there love the bush.
You got some grooves uploaded online somewhere?
i do, they are pretty embarrasing they were done quite a while ago haha. my youtube name is the same as my MacRumors name. i plan on putting some real things up when i finish uni exams
Nice work broseph I like the bunnings electronic earmuffs, I got a pair of them too.
thanks mate those recordings were for a friend, i did a rough copy to show him what the drums would sound like. the finished product sounds ALOT better LOL! gotta love midi tracks
yea the ear muffs are really good, i put my headphones on then them over the top with tissues stuffed in them because i tend to play too loud haha.