2007: Returned Kit list: Apple Mac G5, Garageband, Reason 4, Logic Pro, Korg Triton Eagle-eyed readers of the previous part of this series will have spotted a somewhat seismic gap in the noted period. Eleven years to be exact, for those too lazy to check. If truth be told, I continued to make music between … Continue reading A history of bedroom production – Part 3
I had finally mastered the art of sampling and had successfully captured a beautifully played Gilmour solo from Pink Floyd's live album, Pulse. Then I found the reverse button.
Eventually, it took a bit of male chauvinist banter. An off-guard comment. Pub talk between two members of a generation which isn't quite as forgotten as people clearly believe it is. Whatever. Andy Gray will no longer be presenting football on Sky Sports and that can only be a good thing. Yes, it was a … Continue reading Any excuse would have done, Sky
As I trundled back towards the park entrance, the wind dropped to a whisper and it was then I realised I'd forgotten something essential.
It occurred to me the other day that I've been making music for over fifteen years. That's quite a long time for what has (typically) been a solitary and (always) non-profitable affair. I have therefore decided to document a brief history of my bedroom studio, foccusing both on its contents and my creative journey (ouch, … Continue reading A history of bedroom production – Part 1
If you have something you want to put down - just do it. Don't be afraid to hit that big blue publish button. You never know who's reading and where it might end up!
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