Indeed, within the United States, California is the most visits.
the last time I had it installed, I remember that was the U.S., Canada, Germany and Russia.
Congrats!!! Great job.
Good job, both the video and music as the construction of the guitar. I studied this beautiful office in Seville. I can only say it is fascinating. Congrats!
I started with Cubase and Atari in the early 90’s, when I bought my first PC, I changed to “Cakewalk 1.0” and have since I used this DAW , now called Sonar. But I would try “Samplitude” I know that has a different audio engine (algoritm of summing). Export to audio with high quality and very faithful to the work carried out. I would try this DAW , I have good references.
Great job Gareth! Thanks a lot.
It is the question of the million and simultaneously very very interesting. I have removed some of my tracks that were not selling, I left others and with the time they have been selling. It is unpredictable. Probably take your reason on having said that it is not good to have a too big portfolio, but if you raise tracks habitually, one a week, the buyers will see you. Really it is a difficult question.
Have contacted me several times. But it is the buyers who choose to communicate or not. You can look on Youtube or Vimeo and you may find some track as yours.
Hi, Cakewalk by Roland UA-25 EX.
Not bad, I like it.