Hi fellow monks-
I just had an epiphany of an idea for something that would benefit us at the monastery! That idea is to follow the example of real-life monks in their ways of chants instead of music! On the site, I think that it would be interesting if you could add a new section to your personal preferences where you could choose to turn some chant/monks music on if you so choose to! If you don't want it, you could just uncheck it. This is probably a stupid epiphany, but it was worth a discussion. I don't think that this addition to the monastery would be to difficult to install either on the site. Thanks for reading this!
bladx ~ ímuchas veces tengo preguntas!
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