hi all people
if there is anybody interesting I have my new cd release out
you can visit at:
arturo serra Loud-zee CD
Sat, 10/10/2009 - 14:38
I had a look on your records Arturo: I didn't know you had made that many!
The tune Loud-Zee is really cool! Tell me, is it me or just on purpose that there are cuts in the mp3?
Anyway, all the best to this new "baby" of yours!
Sat, 10/10/2009 - 14:45
hi Marie-Noëlle I most check the sample I think it is something wrong I put the sample until we start to play the head again
but I think there is something strange
I will check it
thanks for let me know
Sat, 10/10/2009 - 16:11
You wrote my name fully and perfectly, even with the diaresis! So few people do it!
Sat, 10/10/2009 - 17:59
Marie-Noëlle, please know that it is not that we don't care, but rather that it is not easy for those of us with American keyboards and Microsoft Windows. Bill Gates evidently doesn't appear to think it is important. There are ways to do it, but it takes some computer geek skills.
In time, I think he will see the world is getting smaller and he will accomodate that reality. For now, we Americans are still stuck using a keyboard that was intentionally designed to slow down the speed at which we type (it was designed for use with tele-type machines, which cannot handle a high rate of characters per minute, so all the most common keys are on awkward rows and unders our weakest fingers... on purpose.)
And it is seriously difficult to add the accents so common to European languages, especially when in a text box on a web page.
Sat, 10/10/2009 - 18:19
To feel grateful for the few people who do it doesn't mean I'm upset by those who don't! :o)
My name is a drag to type, even for French people, and even for me! ;o) I'm used to seeing people shorten it, even in spoken language...
When I was in Germany this summer, the keyboard was different: no diaresis... Man how will I login on the site?! I finally found it after a few tries: Alt+137 Phewww...
I didn't know about the most common keys at the worst places in the qwerty keyboard on purpose. How weird... I remember my first secretary lessons on those old writing machines that would drive me nuts! Especially as all exercices would obviously start by putting your name on it! :o\
Ok. I'm sure you got what I meant.
Thanks anyway for "caring" ;o)...
P.S.: Jeez, ain't we off-topics! Arturo? Did you get your sample set up? ;o)
Sun, 10/11/2009 - 01:10
right if they would have put the keys in the easiest places, fast typist would jam up the typewriters. i remember that. no they could, but we'd have to relearn the keyboard.
s k y p e: tjazzvibe
i c h a t: tonymiceli
Sun, 10/11/2009 - 01:11
i have and am dying to listen to it and will report back soon.
my car stereo died, so that really cut into my listening time. have to get a new radio.
i heard arturo play when i was in holland, he's a great player. i'm sure the cd is happening!
so if you can, get the cd and help support spanish vibe players!
Thu, 10/22/2009 - 20:52
i'm listening to it now.
really nice stuff. you sound great and that guitar player is happening also!
Sun, 10/25/2009 - 20:11
thank you tony i really apreciatte your comment . you give me or power tocontinus in this wonderful world of vibes jazz!!
Sun, 10/25/2009 - 22:03
keep it going!!
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