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so I found this application when I got my powerbook, (almost a month ago now) and I couldn't figure out how the hell to do anything. So last night, I found the loops and now I think it's an amazing program...hell, even I can make something that sounds pleasent! So I figured I'd let 'yall know...
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Nice. I couldn't figure out how to record notes one-by-onoe, and the mini keyboard is really fiddly, so I guessed the best use for it would be some sort of optional external keyboard.
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yeah - I gave up on that awhile ago.
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