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Skol303 last won the day on April 25 2019

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  1. Haha! That photo sounds messy 😁
  2. Well done @bobbass4k! May’s challenge is go...
  3. May’s challenge is on! Here's the image for your inspiration, chosen by last month’s winner bobbass4K... Usual rules apply: ✔️ Entries must be <5 minutes and written/recorded this month. ❌ No illegal samples or other funny business. ❌ No bagpipes. Ever. Deadline for entries is Sunday 24th May.
  4. Voting thread is up! Sorry again for the delay... technical issues now resolved: Really good crop of entries this months guy. Well done 👏 I had started one myself (Yeah I know! Been ages...), but then work got in the way and I didn't finish it. Damn my optimism... might finish it anyway and bung in the Share Your Music forum. Hope you're all well and stay safe.
  5. It's time to vote on this month's Composition Challenge entries! Choose your top three favourites from those below... Dad3353 upside downer Leonard Smalls fingers211 lurksalot NickD adamg67 MoonBassAlpha bobbass4k Voting ends at midnight on Friday 1st May.
  6. You're very welcome chap. I think I have it sorted now... 🤞
  7. Sorry for the delay guys, SoundCloud appear to have changed something with their 'embedding widget' and I'm struggling to get hold of the links to your tracks for setting up the voting thread. Working on it now... hopefully won't be long. EDIT: seems to be a problem just with Dad3353's track. You'll notice it doesn't have a 'Share' option in the top-right hand corner of the SoundCloud player, so I can't copy the link to embed it in the voting thread. Clicking on the track titles also no longer links to people's individual SoundCloud pages. It's all a bit FUBAR. Douglas: PM incoming... I'll have to revisit this tomorrow and get it sorted then. I'll add extra days on to the voting. Thanks for your patience all!
  8. We've had some concerns already about Zoom re. data privacy. Clients seems to love it though... like Skype has become 'old hat' (it is admittedly much better than Skype). We ran a conference last week using Zoom: 200 participants, was less of a nightmare than I'd expected and actually worked quite well. Saved a few air miles, at least.
  9. Working as normal from home. Listening out for war-cries form the pent-up savages downstairs (aged 8 and 4) as they fight each other like the feral kids from Mad Max 3 (the crap one with Tina Turner) and generally drive my wife crazy. Ok, crazier. Also trying to fend off multiple Zoom meetings each day. I'm honestly seeing more of clients now than I ever did before... "Why send your message in a short and convenient email, when you can soil my laptop screen with your grinning mug and waste a good half hour of my day!?" Honestly, being a sociopath* I'm quite well suited to social avoidance. *not my day job.
  10. Thanks to lockdown, I might even get something written myself this month! Imagine that. It's been too long.
  11. April's challenge is on! Here's the image for your inspiration, chosen by last month’s winner fingers211... Usual rules apply: ✔️ Entries must be <5 minutes and written/recorded this month. ❌ No illegal samples or other funny business. ❌ No... you know what. None of that. Deadline for entries is Thursday 23rd April.
  12. Sorry, only just spotted the PM about this! (operating a reduced service under lockdown 😉). Have added your track to the voting thread.
  13. Nice! It's a cool album and really growing on me... I'm a sucker for modern pop songs with proper basslines.
  14. I run a small consultancy in the UK doing environmental and tourism work; and another split between Estonia and Netherlands working on science/tech projects across EU and further afield (commencing Latin America later this year). Genuinely enjoy my work, despite it eating up a large portion my life - always balancing with family, etc. Lucky to have a really great team - all of them close friends - and a good amount of respect in our field, having been at it for 18 years now. We’re fortunate in being able to work from home during the lockdown, so for me it’s pretty much business as usual. Only I have to make my own coffee ☕ Have also had lots of other varied jobs in the past… farm and building site labourer; factory worker; fruit picker; waiter; call centre operator; private security; martial arts instructor; aid worker; once looked after Robert Plant's pigs at his smallholding in Hereford (true dat); and some I can’t mention without having to kill you all 😋 It’s good to keep busy, I always say.
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