un portable "musical"

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lilxixou

un portable "musical"

Post by lilxixou »

Bonjour,

Voilà, je fais énormement de musique, et j'ai besoin de votre aide.

J'aimerai m'acheter un portable mais que choisir, mac ou pc?

Si vous pouviez me conseiller un bon ordinateur avec de bon programme musicaux dessus cela m'arrangerait beaucoup j'attend votre réponse avec impatience

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Bonjour lilxixou,

Je te rappelle (ou t'informe) que ce forum est consacré au logiciel Celestia. :wink: Même s'il nous arrive d'aborder des questions de matériel, c'est donc dans cette optique. Tu nous aurais demandé quel ordinateur choisir pour faire fonctionner correctement ce logiciel, on aurait pu t'aider. Mais là, le sujet de ta question est complètement différent, et j'ai bien peur que l'on ne puisse pas te conseiller objectivement.

Désolé.

Péji

PS. Recherche sur Internet, il doit bien exister des sites spécialisés dans la musique et l'informatique.
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lilxixou wrote:Bonjour,

Voilà, je fais énormement de musique, et j'ai besoin de votre aide.

J'aimerai m'acheter un portable mais que choisir, mac ou pc?

Si vous pouviez me conseiller un bon ordinateur avec de bon programme musicaux dessus cela m'arrangerait beaucoup j'attend votre réponse avec impatience
Bonsoir! :D

Comme te l'a dit Péji, tu n'est pas à la bonne page.

Je me permet de te recommander ce site http://forum.pcastuces.com/

Ils m'ont toujours bien aidé.

Bon courage :wink:
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lolita

Post by lolita »

salut ! je seré trop 1téressée par écouté ta zik ! loli ;)

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Re: un portable "musical"

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American-made chocolate and cocoa products number in the hundreds. There is a fascinating story behind these wonderful products.
Chocolate through the years  
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The story of chocolate, as far back as we know it, begins with the discovery of America. Until 1492, the Old World knew nothing at all about the delicious and stimulating flavor that was to become the favorite of millions. The Court of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella got its first look at the principal ingredient(原料) of chocolate when Columbus returned in triumph (胜利) from America and laid before the Spanish throne a treasure of many strange and wonderful things. Among these were a few dark brown beans. They were cocoa beans, today’s source of all our chocolate and cocoa. replica rolex
The King and Queen never dreamed how important cocoa beans could be, the great Spanish explorer, to grasp the commercial possibilities of the New World offerings. 
Food of the gods(极受崇敬的人)
During his conquest of Mexico, Cortez found the Aztec Indians using cocoa beans in the preparation of the royal drink, “chocolate,” meaning warm liquid. In 1519, Emperor Montezuma served chocolate to his Spanish guests, treating it like a food for the gods. 
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For all its royal importance, however, Montezuma’s chocolate was very bitter, and the Spaniards did not find it to their taste. To make it more agreeable to Europeans, Cortez and his countrymen conceived the idea of sweetening it with cane sugar(蔗糖). 
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The new drink quickly won friends. Spain wisely proceeded to plant cacao in its overseas colonies. Remarkably enough, the Spanish succeeded in keeping the art of the cocoa industry a secret from the rest of Europe for nearly a hundred years. 
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Chocolate spreads to Europe 
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Spanish monks, who had been sent to process the cocoa beans, finally let the secret out. It did not take long before chocolate was popular throughout Europe as a delicious, health-giving food. Chocolate drinking spread across the Channel to Great Britain, and in 1657 the first of many famous English Chocolate Houses appeared. 
The 19th century marked two more revolutionary developments in the history of chocolate. In 1847, an English company introduced solid “eating chocolate” through the development of soft chocolate, which formerly controlled the world market. The second development occurred in 1876 in Switzerland, when Daniel Peter thought out a way of adding milk to the chocolate, creating the product we enjoy today known as milk chocolate. 
Chocolate comes to America
In the United States of America, the production of chocolate proceeded at a faster pace than anywhere else in the world. It was in 1765, to be exact, that the first chocolate factory was established in this country. 

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