Music for Classes

Angus Henry

Message 55752 · 1 May 2009 01:23:47 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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On 01-05-2009, at 8:08, RODERICK JOHNSTON wrote:

> I know this has been discussed in the past but I would like some
> assistance in helping my local RSCDS group reach the correct solution.
>
> My local dance class is looking at digitising their existing CD
> library to:
> (a) save our discs some of which are becoming temprimental when
> playing
> (b) simplify the operation of starting and stopping at points in the
> dance and
> (c) able to change the tempo without affecting the sound quality.
> Yes I know a musician would be the perfrect solution but I cannot be
> there to play very often and I also like to dance.
>
> Any recomendations on hardware and software would be greatfully
> received.
> It also needs to be easy to operate as some of the teachers are not
> overly IT literate.
>
> Roddy
> Fort William

Angus & Puka Henry
DARWIN, AUSTRALIA
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