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26th Oct

A rare day at home making music, so an incredibly short post so as not to waste time – but currently working on a loop of ‘peg bag’, ‘ratchet’, ‘spinning top’…  If you happen to be reading this and would like to come to my work-in-progress showing on 19th November at Brighton Dome, then please get in touch.  Otherwise, buy tickets here for the real show on Weds 10th December here!

How to find Internet Explorer on your Windows 10 PC

Subsequent to overhauling or introducing Internet Explorer Windows 10 the default web program is the new Microsoft Edge program. Be that as it may, there might be sites that are not good with the new program and soon thereafter you should utilize Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11). IE 11 is as yet incorporated into Windows 10 yet can be hard to find and dispatch.

Here are three approaches to dispatch Internet Explorer:

  • Open Start menu, select All Apps.
  • Explore to Window Accessories.
  • Extend Windows Accessories, select Internet Explorer.
  • In the event that you want you could right tap on Internet Explorer and with Pin to Start or Pin to taskbar on the off chance that you utilize IE 11 as often as possible.

Second technique:

  • In the pursuit bar write “Web Explorer”, in all probability you won’t need to type the whole thing as with prior activity frameworks Internet Explorer will populate the rundown and is accessible. Tap on Internet Explorer.
  • By right tapping on Internet Explorer you can Pin to Start and Pin to taskbar.
  • You may likewise like: How to dispatch a Windows Command Prompt as SYSTEM In Windows 10

Third strategy:

  • On the off chance that you have arranged Cortana, tap on the mouthpiece in the begin bar.
  • Simply say “Dispatch Internet Explorer”
  • Cortana will dispatch Internet Explorer.
  • Expectation this causes you find and utilize Internet Explorer.

For more Windows 10 articles, see the accompanying posts from Interface Technical Training:

  1. Windows 10 DVD Player Released by Rick Trader
  2. Playing out a Windows 10 Clean Installation utilizing Windows 10 Upgrade Media by Rick Trader
  3. The most effective method to make Windows 10 Alternate Upgrade Media by Rick Trader
  4. Is the Windows 10 Upgrade Notification Malware? By Mike Danseglio
  5. Presenting Windows 10 for IT Professionals – Free eBook from Microsoft
  6. Windows 10 – Exploring Security by Steve Fullmer
  7. Windows 10 – “Suggested” Update empowers Get Win 10 abilities by Steve Fullmer
  8. The most effective method to Install the Latest Windows Update Agent by Steve Fullmer
  9. Windows 10 – First Look by Steve Fullmer

Thursday 9th October

Thanks to Brighton Dome for giving me a fantastic opportunity, in using their fab Corn Exchange space and lending me their lovely tech team for the last days. I’ve been in the space with Chris Umney doing lighting design, Lou Cope advising on the dramaturgy and Janine Fletcher talking about Choreography. It’s been a very intense and fruitful time which has left me with some important questions (Is this actually a piece about the tensions between being a musician and a mother? Which one frames and which one interrupts, if so? How much can I sensibly do (e.g. operating sound, looping, props, etc etc!)? What *is* the music?). At points, I’ve had the feeling that I have plenty of time to just tweak but am left with the feeling that I could make about 4 different shows and know that I have to decide which one I will make! All healthy and normal I’m sure…

Thursday 2nd October

A fascinating day, as I start to discover just how the theatrical processes might actually affect the music I write, creating useful ideas/challenges/limitations. For example, just for the very first piece:
1. Lou observing that the hammers are really lovely to watch as they hit the string, and thinking about how in low lighting we could really draw attention to them and so could I write music that would play with these patterns – eg making symmetrical shapes, or arpeggiating or making shapes around each metal beam…
2. And that if I play the black keys first, we don’t really see them move so much but then a striking white note could create both the visual and sonic shift suddenly.
3. Also that it’s nice to show preparation early on, so that when I start sticking peas in between the strings, there is a ‘sensible’, musical precedence for that.
We did another run but after much talking and preparation (and re-building the piano!!
And this was the day that I could actually steer the piano in anything other than straight lines too – exciting! Though we did discover that turning the piano in the down/horizontal/splayed position takes a footprint of about 4m square! Happily, it’s very easy to do in the upright position! ☺