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A computer that has four processors on a single chip, which allows it to operate faster than standard (single-core) computers.
In Midi sequencers, including those on your PC, a way to force badly timed notes to the nearest 'correct' value, and so keep your recording in perfect time.
An area of the Taskbar where frequently used programs can be launched easily by clicking on an icon.
A video file format developed by Apple and used on PCs and Apple computers.
The standard English keyboard layout, so called because the first six letters on the top row of the keyboard are QWERTY. Similarly, French keyboards can be referred to as AZERTY while some other languages, including German, use a QWERTZ keyboard layout.
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