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楽曲制作環境のノウハウも授業に取り入れ、機材に悩む時間を軽減DTMは奥深いもので、DAWソフト(Logic)のテクニックを覚えたさえすれば ストレス無く制作活動に打ち込める訳ではありません。やはり、「Mac」「HDD/SSD」「オーディオインターフェイス」「MIDIキーボード」等の最低限な機材ですら 最大限機能を発揮出来るようにセッティングしてあげなければ、安定した制作環境を手に入れることは出来ません。残念ながら、現在のようにDTMが主流になって来ている状況では 音楽的な要素だけでは無く、DTM機材に関する知識というのも重要になって来てしまっているのが正直なところです。解決作は2つです。1.高いお金を払ってDTMシステムのプロフェッショナルに任せる。 2.自分自身で理解をし、自分にあった環境を自分で構築出来るようにする。とにかくこの知識のややこしいところは、新しい規格のMacや機材が出るにつれて システムの組み方からどんどん新しくなって行ってしまう為、常に最新の情報をチェックしていかなくてはなりません。ただ、ベーシックな部分は殆ど一緒ですので DTMのシステムを組むにあたってどういった...
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Rich investors worry about stock market

A comprehensive study of wealthy families by private bank U.S. Trust found that only 40% of high net worth investors feel "bullishly optimistic" about the market. At the same time, 10% said they felt downright pessimistic and 12% described themselves as fearful of losing money Jim Quinlan, Chief Market Strategist for U.S. Trust, says a lot of rich people continue to worry about regulation, Washington gridlock, and the lingering effects of the Federal Reserve's unprecedented stimulus program, whi...
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U.K. Warns Scottish Nationalists Not to Threaten Business

Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael said nationalists shouldn’t try to stop businesses publicly opposing independence ahead of the Sept. 18 referendum on whether to stay in the U.K. Speaking to reporters in London yesterday, Carmichael cited comments by Gavin Hewitt, the former chief executive officer of the Scotch Whisky Association, who told the Herald newspaper June 13 he had received “intimidating calls” from senior members of the pro-independence Scottish National Party. “If that’s t...
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Argentina’s Debt Appeal Dies at U.S. Supreme Court

You don’t have to be an Argentina fan to worry about the precedent set on June 16, when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the nation’s appeal in a case brought by hedge funds that hold Argentine government debt. The high court let stand a lower court ruling that blew a hole in the country’s attempt to shrink its debt burden following a 2001 default on $95 billion in bonds. Although the U.S. courts’ actions apply only to this case, they send a message about the empowerment of creditors that ...
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