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Posted 14 April 2012 - 12:32 PM

Obviously I'm not here because the computer is running perfectly. The problems I'll reveal elsewhere.

I was recommended here by a drummer/computer tech in Florida. (He and I work gigs together occasionally. We play Jazz.) He has been keeping two of my units from blowing up. He recommended that I come to BP for some minor problems and to learn more about how to fix future problems.

I am a professional musician, specializing in Jazz, Caribbean flavors, 70s dance music and classic rock. I mostly work a single, but the tech is usually my go-to guy for Jazz gigs if I need more bodies on the stage.

I use the laptop for playing back tracks on the gig, (recorded in my studio from a Kawai Q80 sequencer, which is basically a Jurassic Park machine.) I also run DJ software and constantly update the song list. When I'm not glued to this screen for professional purpose, I'm also working on a novel about a young girl in middle school who plays softball and is getting coached by a Vietnamese student who is a genius, and of course a martial arts expert.Never a dull moment.

I'll be doing more reading than posting, (hopefully).

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 05:27 PM

Hello and :welcome: to Bleeping Computer.

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