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noordinaryspider wrote

It's a great instrument for self-study. I know I took one "afterschooling" type class as a teen, but if I ever took a class when I was majoring in Music, I cannot even recall right now.

Being able to grab the tabs gratis of the interwebz is great, but it's still such a social instrument if you can find people to jam with.

I have a silly idea for misusing audio editing software for cyberjam sessions. I doubt if I'll shut about about it before you're ready to join in the fun.....if you want....

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zzuum wrote

Ha, unfortunately I'm unversed in any audio software, but I am willing to learn in the future.

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noordinaryspider wrote

I'm using Audacity, which worked out of the box when I was running Ubuntu and will also run on Windows and Mac, but I wound up sending someone a great big file of static now that I'm running "Boring old Vanilla Debian" so I'm not there yet either, lol.

It would be fun, though. I'm not consciously trying to get "better", I just want to enjoy playing what I want when I want and I miss the social aspect of being a not-so-great but passable rhythm guitarist and background singer.

La la la shooby dooby doo; look forward to seeing you on /f/guitar.