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  1. I've taken to wearing my old x1.5 reading glasses over my new prescription glasses when using my laptop.
  2. The maid housekeeper most of us would probably end up with: Was supposed to be a pic of Berta from Two and a Half Men.
  3. I have had hearing loss since I was 2 years old, due to multiple infections. So bad that I had to get a tintanoplasty done on my right ear when I was 10. I should probably get hearing aids, but then I might hear the roommate telling me to take the garbage out.
  4. Thanks for the clarification. All this magic is new to me. I remember discussions in the Music Creator forum 10 years ago wondering if audio-to-MIDI conversion was possible. Almost everyone said "no". Ain't technology wonderful?
  5. Why? He's listening to the latest song from Citizen Regen, I'm sure.
  6. 57Gregy

    midi? audio?

    I don't think it matters where you put it, as long as you can tell the 'Define' button where to look for it.
  7. If the bass is MIDI, try copying the bass line and pasting it into the drum track. That would have lined it all up. I think. Shoot, if it's audio, drag it to the timeline to generate MIDI, then copy/paste that into the drum track. I know this isn't answering your question, I just thought it would be easier than entering MIDI notes or audio samples by hand.
  8. Cassette? Or reel-to-reel? You should be able to do it whatever the medium. Lots of posts here about slowing or speeding up music.
  9. Maybe they're using the same channels? If they use the same synth (which it would seem to be since you were using 1 instrument before) and the same channel, the sound wound be the same patch. At least in the old days it would be.
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