If you have been on the internet for any amount of time, then you have probably heard of the so-called “Darknet”. A part of the internet that is only accessible by using a specific piece of software (Normally, Tor), which also attracts attention for the bullshit rumours of so-called Red rooms and assassination marketplaces. In reality, the darknet just on average has a more unique range of websites than what you would find on the internet.
The Tutorials section is a part of the website where you can find instructions to follow. These tutorials almost exclusively pertain to the use of software.
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If you have ever tried to record audio from your microphone than you will have at least at some point experienced the annoying issue of your recorded audio only coming out of the left channel, this is an infuriating problem to come across but is easily fixed, especially in DAW software like Cakewalk. What causes Microphone audio to only come out of the left channel? Generally when people connect a microphone to their computer, they do so though a USB audio interface, which in turn will often have two inputs (one for microphone and one for instrument).