Amino is an application centered around user-created communities. Although loosely moderated by a core team of developers who regularly prune said communities to remove inactive leaders or those which break the application’s guidelines, users have considerable freedom to decide the form and function of their communities. This article’s written as a combination of thoughts and/or observations about this intriguing application – its current state and some challenges it faces.
Part One of a bunch of songs that I wanted to cover during the semester but didn’t want to put aside time to do so, so waited until finals were over. Part Two hasn’t been recorded, but it’ll mostly be Chinese and Foreground Eclipse re-covers.
Whew. It’s all done. About 2.5 hours of recording, 1.5 hours of post-production, 1.5 hours of rendering and 2 hours of writing descriptions plus updating playlists. Well, a few good covers and a bunch of decent ones. A few bad covers too ><
Somewhat amusingly, one of my drumsticks broke during recording of the ‘No Other Name’ cover. I’ve got a few spares, but there goes the pair of matched sticks. The Vic Firth 5B will now be paired with another Vic Firth 5AN.