During my childhood I had the opportunity and means of listening to vinyl records. When I used them, I had to be extreamly careful not to damage them by accident, otherwise … You wouldn’t want to know 😉
For those of you (such as myself) who still adore their precious vinyl records and want to preserve them for a long long time, have certainly thought about making backups. I do not wish to convert my vinyl records to any other type of media (I’m talking about digital), so here is a simple step-by-step tutorial on how to back-your precious-up. Enjoy! 😉
I am a(n):
- Application developer;
- Student of TUDelft (Netherlands);
- Horrible singer!
A person who (instead of being made out of bones, skin and tissue) is made entirely of awesome!
[ http://www.nerdfighters.com ]
#define Application developer:
It means I write applications (softwares) for computers and embedded systems.
I also design reconfigurable computer hardware (on FPGA).
[ http://www.artarmin.com ]
Technische Universiteit Delft
[ http://ce.et.tudelft.nl/~armin ]
A person who makes vlogs, music videos, short film, long film, etc. and uploads them to YouTube.
[ http://www.youtube.com/arminelec ]
My website and my company name which is visible in my applications.
#define Horrible Singing
Makes you rather listen to the noise of nail scratching the blackboard, than my voice.
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