Is it important to notarize all your music stuff initially or we can do it later too?
This is the question I get on daily basis and as a professional notary, my answer is yes, If you want to avoid court hassles, want to own something, and don't want to spend thousands later, then I guess you should use notary services. I've been involved with Notary public Los Angeles for quite some time, and believe me when I say that I've seen many musicians fighting for the things they own because they were reckless at first, so go ahead and spend a few bucks now and own your stuff, good luck.
I mostly listen to an online radio station, and regularly have to pause the music. But every time I restart, I get this:
And then, if I restart again, it's fine forever.
This is "new" vs Clementine, which I have just switched to based on my distro (Gentoo) telling me it's removing Clementine based on inactivity. Clementine, and AmaroK before it, would simply continue with an abrupt music change after it finished the in-buffer music when it got to the point where the radio station had given it the new music. This was fine. Suboptimal, but fine. Having to restart twice each time seems worse.
Ideally, I think, online radio play (full streams) should discard their buffers within seconds, if not instantly, on pause.
an optimal implimentation would be Shift/meta/alt/ctrl + scroll to increase decrease size on the fly without going into the menu or the typical elektron method of ctrl+ + or ctrl+ - for increase or decrease
I understand there is currently no Mac developers involved in the project. As very nice I am finding Strawberry it lacks one feature I find necessary, the ability to wirelessly connect to my home Hi-Fi.
I am requesting this feature be considered at some point.