1. toldcodger

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    Just a few lines about myself.
    I am 55.
    I have worked in IT for 15 years.
    I currently work as a PC Technician / Network Administrator.
    Santa (bless her!) brought me this iPad. This my first Mac of any flavour and I have to say I love it.
    My main purpose for getting the iPad was for my interests, astronomy and music.
     
  2. twerppoet

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    The astronomy and music apps are pretty cool.

    Welcome to the forum.
     
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    I'm trying out a new music app for the iPad at the moment. It's called Symphony. It's only been out a few weeks, there are a few bugs to iron out and refinements required but the developers are on it and they say there will be updates in the next week or so.

    They seem keen so all being well it could be the next "Best App"
     
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    I'm not a musician, so these apps are pretty much just sound toys for me. My current favorite is Seline HD. I'll have to take a look at Symphony.

    I also have a couple of bagpipe apps, but I only use them to annoy dogs and people.
     
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    Saying you're not a musician then adding you have a couple of Bagpipe apps could upset my kilted cousins North of the border :)

    I might take a look at those apps. I always fancied wrestling an Octopus :)

    Regards

    Dave
     
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    Well, just in case your kilted cousins are listening, I'd never claim that playing a bagpipe disqualified one as a musician. However I'm sure they would agree that a bagpipe in untrained hands has more potential to cause hysteria and mass panic than any other instrument in creation. Well, excepting some electronic synthesizers that exceed the limits mere mortal material.

    I suspect this is why it was so popular on battlefields.
     

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