definitely....He's got a lot more music to make....
This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
I'm just wondering how the two back-ups were affected, if you have it as external drives. That also confuses me. I also do the same thing for my music files, and so far it hasn't happened to me yet. My backup drive is a Seagate hard drive which I put in a usb HDD enclosure.
It's an older PC, with a small HD (80GB), so I kept the music on one external drive, and backed it up on the other - I had it set to do auto-backups weekly, since I am still adding files, and didn't want to do it manually. Somewhere in the last few weeks, it went bad, so the backup of the failing drive was compromised too. I let it keep three backups, so luckily, the older backup was still good - the other two were missing files.
I've been told that most external backup drives aren't designed for constant access, just backup - they apparently can't take the stress of constant reading/writing. Sounds fishy to me, but then again, my drive IS failing...
Hi there,ok - it's not a sex site. but there is a sexy woman who visits now and again.
Welcome to the Hypnos forum, and yes- you found the right place for discussing ambient music!
(Hey, don't scare the new guys away, Seren and Jim)...
(hint, hint )
If I don't get, ahem...relief, soon, I am contemplating doing this. Besides being illegal/risky healthwise/morally wrong, is there anything good about it?
very cool, my texan friend. very cool indeed. and i must say that i recognize some of the sounds on the new piece - niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice!
the bad thing is that I have a Tascam FW-1082 control surface and I am afraid that if I used one of those keyboard slide out trays, it won't hold the weight of this thing and go crashing right into my keyboard:).......
That tray is pretty heavy duty, its not like a keyboard tray on a cheap computer desk. It should easily hold your 14 pound Tascam controller with no trouble. My concern would be is the tray long enough to hold both your controller and keyboard.
I have the exact same problem where my midi keyboard is at a 90-degree angle from everything else. Seren, I see you do the same thing as well. I've been on the lookout for a desk with a very wide slide-out shelf that would be long and strong enough to accommodate a midi keyboard (instead of a standard computer keyboard).
Has anyone seen such a desk?
QuoteThanks Jim -- all praise should go to Lena, who does all the work!
Thank you Jim, but M's being modest- we're a great team!Quotehehehe..yeah but who's going to take care of shop when they want to go on a vacation somewhere???
Um, yeah- we have to take really short vacations, like three-day weekends, mostly...
Thanks Jim -- all praise should go to Lena, who does all the work!
Einstein- Yes, she's a bit obsessive-compulsive. One of her medications is supposed to combat that particular malady.