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, self-taught . , mainly . Got a soft spot for Philip Glass-style and odd meters. I have never learned recording or music production, I only write scores. Nowadays I publish them on :

I wish I had a trio to play with.

I've got a riff in 7/8 playing over and over again in my head. Would like to make something out of it with analog synthesizers, but I have neither knowledge nor equipment.

Catch-up notes: Looking at what bridge to use on my headless guitar design, and designing my own 3D printed headpiece to match.

Googling around a bit, it seems that manually setting microphone input gain is not supported by the operating system.


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I sometimes want to record while playing the piano. Nexus 6P is so far the best unit I have used. It actually could record a piano close up without peaking and distorting the signal. Fairphone 3 not so much.

Is there any (video and/or sound) recording app where I can manually set the microphone input gain? This would solve most problems I guess.

I have revised another old composition and added a new audio track. I really love the Ivy Audio Piano in 162!

This is me in 1982. I'm 9 years old and finish 3:rd grade. That's my teacher to the left. I liked her.

Welcome, Sorrow.

I have avoided you
for too long.

Walk with me for a while.

So that one day
I may follow you
instead of you
following me.


I like my newest composition. It's playing on repeat in my head. In 7/8 of course.

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