Today marks two years of employment in Rubberduck Media Lab.
Jeez… I celebrated the day with nine hours of work, a cold and a slight fever.
I’m trying to find a good drum machine for OS X. So far I’ve been looking at Doogiebox and iDrum. Doggiebox is the cheaper of the two, and it has an interface I like very much, but iDrum integrates seamlessly with Garageband, which is very convenient. Still, I’m not sure if I’m prepared to pay almost $70 for it.
We’ll see. I’m hoping to be able to use some of the weekend to play more with both packages, but there’s a good chance this will be a working weekend.
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