I can FINALLY type the word "bodhrán" according to its proper spelling without it displaying a bunch of gibberish. Thanks to the people who worked really hard -- the longer-than-expected downtime was well worth it.
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It's my favorite percussion. It has a very interesting history.
Also I didn't see your name in this year NGADM (⊙_◎). What happens?
Job-hunt plus resit for my earliest module in the Legal Practice Course (Wills). Plus this is a rather insecure time, where I'll also be looking for a roof over my head and trying to survive. There's no internet in the house and my PC is decrepit -- the screen hinge is quite literally falling apart -- which means it'll be near impossible for me to submit anything. Unless there's an FL Studio Portable I may be able to use. Which is why a few months ago, I confirmed that I wouldn't be taking part in this year's ADM. I want to take part in next year's, though.
As for the bodhrán.... I love it too! <3 Honestly though, I never had the idea of playing it until one of my close friends recommended it. At the time I had no access to a drum kit except when I was playing at a studio with a parish friend.... which was rare. Only did it twice, ever. Because he knew I wanted to get the rhythm going, and he knew I love deep drums, he let me listen to the bodhrán sound before I decided I would get one. (And I did, last November.)
Hurrah for the capability to also write Dán Tranh, the instrument I'm currently developing a VST for with Samulis! :3
Believe me, I got the early version of the VST and I really enjoy its sound. ^_^
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