Most of us depend on personal computers to help us with various tasks, both at work and at home. My day job involves computer programming, and I work with a computer at home to maintain my own web site.
Perhaps some of you are beginners and feel you need advice on various issues. Or you may be a more advanced user looking for tips and resources. There is a great Internet site out there run by radio talk show host Kim Komando. Her talk show is the number one computer radio show
Following up on the post about illegal downloads and CD copying, I want to point out that it is very easy to get legal music these days. I have tried to collect various sources on the Internet and point you to quality titles.
This page has dozens of legally downloadable euphonium and tuba tracks/albums:
Music Downloads for Tuba and Euphonium
And there are pages for tuba and euphonium with a huge variety of CD's. I have tried to list only titles that
I just got a disturbing email from the owner of Mark Custom Recordings. For a while now I think most people have been aware that the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has been filing hundreds of lawsuits against individuals for illegal file sharing (and recently for illegal file downloading). Their tactics seems a bit heavy handed, but certainly any business or business support organization has to be concerned about the proliferation of copied recordings.
There is a new video on YouTube that features members of a Navy band (not THE Navy Band) performing my arrangement of Believe Me if all those Endearing Young Charms. The duet arrangement, with brass accompaniment, is listed on this page:
Euphonium Solos with Band
Saxhorns are similar to euphoniums and tubas in that they are a conical-bore instrument, but they are configured somewhat differently. Here is a video from YouTube with Excerpts from Carnival of the Animals.