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Sound Interfaces, Digital Devices, and Music Software: A Conversation with Salehin Bhai, Rony, and Me.

In today's digital age, music production and recording have become much more accessible, thanks to the wide range of sound interfaces, digital devices, and music software available. We sat down with Salehin Bhai, an expert in the field, to discuss the latest developments in this exciting area and hear his thoughts on the future of music production.

Sound Interfaces:

Sound interfaces are the backbone of digital music production. They allow you to connect your microphone, instrument, or other sound source to your computer and record or produce music with software. Salehin Bhai says that the quality of sound interfaces has improved dramatically in recent years, making it easier than ever to create high-quality recordings. "With the latest sound interfaces, you can record audio with studio-quality sound, right from your home," he explains.

Digital Devices:

Digital devices, such as smartphones and tablets, have also changed the way we make and consume music. Salehin Bhai says that many musicians are now using these devices to create music on the go, and that this trend will only continue to grow. "With the power and portability of these devices, it's easier than ever to create and share music, no matter where you are," he says.

Music Software:

Music software has also come a long way in recent years. With the advancements in technology, music production has become more intuitive and user-friendly. Salehin Bhai says that music software has become an essential tool for musicians, allowing them to produce, record, and mix music with ease. "The best music software now provides a complete solution, from start to finish, making it easier for musicians to realize their creative visions," he explains.

In conclusion, Salehin Bhai says that the future of music production looks very promising, with continued advancements in sound interfaces, digital devices, and music software. "Music production is becoming more accessible and easier to use every day, which means that we're going to see some incredible new music being created in the years to come," he says.

So, whether you're an experienced musician or just starting out, now is a great time to explore the exciting world of digital music production. With the right tools and software, you can unleash your creativity and produce music that truly stands out.
The mummy, called La Doncella or The Maiden, is that of a teenage girl who died more than 500 years ago in a ritual sacrifice in the Andes Mountains.
The girl and two other children were left on a mountaintop to succumb to the cold as offerings , according to the archaeologists who found the mummified remains in Argentina in 1999.
The mummy of an ancient Inca girl sits literally frozen in sleep at a museum in Argentina.
The girl and two other children were left on a mountaintop to succumb to the cold as offerings to the gods, according to the archaeologists who found the mummified remains in Argentina in 1999.
La Doncella was found dressed in a ceremonial tunic and adorned with a headpiece, tokens of her new status as a messenger to the heavens. The girl had also drunk corn liquor, likely to put her to sleep, scientists say, and her mouth still held fragments of coca leaves, which the Inca chewed to lessen the effects of altitude sickness.
Africa: Wake up!

Lately, I have started to wonder what is the difference between black man and his western counterparts.

Maybe because they are not same and equal in knowledge

Maybe because they are not same skin complexioned

Maybe because they brought development to Africa

It could be because they brought their religion to Africa
My appreciation to them

However, I don't get it when dead Africans, our ancestors, are referred to as darkness, the devil, Ekwensu, Ogbanje and all sorts of name portraying them to be demonic.

These our ancestors were people who lived upright life before their demise.
Like My father, Mr. Ejem has been an upright man, a man of peace, justice and equity.
Should he transition today, God forbid, and some men would refer to him as belonging to the dark world with intent to describe him as evil, a description I would never accept.

Contrarily, the Asians, Americans and Europeans value their dead relatives, canonizing them, declaring them Saints according to their religions and forcing us to remember them in our prayers.

African ancestors are never remembered in prayers; any attempt to have their photos around our Altars are resisted and criticized by our pastors, it's called idol worship.

The photo below taken from 'Eye of London' would have been described as idol in Africa, especially, in Nigeria. This is a statue of one of their ancestors.

Who did this to us, Africans?

Ours is ours?

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NEWS2023 polls: Uncertainty as unknown gunmen, bandits renew attacks, killings

Five weeks to the February presidential election, palpable fear has gripped electorates in some parts of the country over the renewed attacks by the daredevil unknown gunmen wreaking havoc in the Southeast and the bandits causing mayhem in other parts of the nation.

There have been several deadly attacks by gunmen in many parts of the country in the last few days, as the assailants continue to disrupt political activities and kill unsuspecting citizens.

DAILY POST recalls that several passengers were on January 8 abducted from a train station in the Igueben Local Government Area of Edo State by gunmen.

The gunmen attacked the victims while they were waiting to board a train heading to Warri in Delta State.

few days later, unknown gunmen on January 16 attacked the office of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, in Enugu South Local Government Area of Enugu State, gunning down a police officer.

The development came a few hours after a similar incident in Imo State which led to the killing of a local security man and destruction of properties belonging to the commission.

It could be recalled that armed men dressed in Eastern Security Network, ESN, regalia, on January 15, stormed the INEC Office at Ahiazu Local Government Secretariat in search of staff distributing PVCs but later killed a security guard.

Similarly, suspected political thugs on Thursday, January 19 attacked a campaign rally of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, in Rumuwoji Playground in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital. Several party members were injured in the unfortunate attack.

This is even as gunmen suspected to be Fulani herdsmen invaded the Abagana community in Makurdi, the Benue State capital killing at least nine persons.

Entire members of a family of six were all whipped out in the unfortunate attack which occurred near an Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs camp. Two of the nine victims were said to be IDPs

Also, gunmen yet-to-be-identified on Friday invaded a meeting organised by members of the APC at Mkpuma Akataka Community in Izzi Local Government Area of Ebonyi State, killing two persons.

It was gathered that the APC members were seated for the meeting when the armed men invaded the venue and opened fire on the participants, killing two, while others were seriously injured.

Reacting, some stakeholders who spoke with DAILY POST on Saturday, insisted that despite the deteriorated security crisis, the elections must still hold.

A chieftain of the Labour Party, Mr Innocent Iduh, who spoke to DAILY POST in Abuja, suggested that the attacks were being sponsored by those seeking power.

He said, “It is all politics. They sponsor terrorists and bandits to attack and destroy places where they are not certain of winning.

“If you check very well, Southeast is for Peter Obi and that is why you see that they are sponsoring attackers to instil fear in the voters so that they don’t come out on the election day.

“Check very well, when was the last time you heard of an attack in Kano and other places where the big parties are expecting many votes? It doesn’t happen.

“My advice to the INEC is to go ahead with the election. Postponing the election is like continuing with the evil people. We need a change of government”.

Also speaking with DAILY POST, Paul Ibe, the spokesperson for Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, said stopping the election due to the security reality may not go well with the country’s democracy.

Ibe also blamed the renewed attacks on the inability of the security agencies to apprehend the culprits of previous attacks.

He said, “We have been consistently saying that if the culprits are not apprehended and prosecuted to serve as deterrent, others will want to do the same and this is what is happening now.

“The security agencies have a responsibility like every other person. The INEC and everyone has their own beat to provide security during the election”.

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