Or one could argue that having XP and OSX on one system, by moving back and forth you can use the best of both worlds as needed.
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I'm thinking of upgrading and going back to an Intel chip, probably a quad core. And no, I'm not thinking of going mac.
Here's all I've been able to do so far...and I think I'm "almost there"...but still encountering some weirdness:
1. Installed the NRV10 on to my Mac. In the Audio/MIDI devices section of the System Preferences, I have the NRV10 as my audio input/output device set to the main "multichannel" configuration.
2. Connected the AN1x and the Virus to the 4x4 according to the quick card instructions (AN1x OUT to the 4x4 IN / 4x4 OUT to the AN1x IN : Virus OUT to the 4x4 IN / 4x4 OUT to the Virus IN).
Loren, your comment about my website made me laugh. I feel the same about artists websites that are not updated very often myself, but, man, I've been busy!
I saw them again a few years later at the infamous Sports Arena concerts(talk about second-hand smoke!) with the 'revolutionary' quadrophonic sound system.
That would be my preference, but the money man has already said he just wants the rights and no later legal issues.....so again he'll get the quote - with the £650 a minute figure thrown in to begin with
What's wrong with using a DVD video player as a CD player?
The money man did mention one million as a possible future print - at even one penny a print that would be £10,000................
The finance guy wants to pay me a one off fee for the recording - no future royalties. I have no experience of charging for time so would like advice on
1 - hourly rates for recording time
2 - one off fee on top for just vocal CDThat depends upon how long the project is and how involved and how close you are to the client. Remember its your time so what is your time worth?
2 - one off fee on top if I include music or field recordings.