Mikael Count Eldridge recently wrote a report that shared many of the problems in the music industry – specifically, the music creators. His issue with receiving credit for hard work doesn’t stem from a large ego but from the lack of progress in the industry and musicians alike. His goal is to implement a legitimate comments tagging application that allows users to learn about who the person who created the tunes they love.
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Credit Where Credit is Due
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Thanks, for this.
What are the frequency and amplitudes of your noise issues.