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After much blood, sweat, tears, consternation, anger, begging, and finally acceptance, I have published the first completed track for Moments of Comfort and Joy. As mentioned in an [..]
When I was seeking out what songs and hymns to put on this project, I asked my dear grandmother what were some of her favorites. She gave me [..]
I’ve mentioned in previous posts about how I set off recording these instrumental tracks. I generally start with a MIDI Mock-up to set the arrangement and parts, and then [..]
Back when I recorded and mixed This is My Father’s World, I mentioned that I used a stereo widener on the string section. I also panned the strings [..]
When I first started the concept that would become Moments with Him, I knew that I wanted to include interspersed instrumental interludes (which is somewhat ironic since almost [..]
In previous posts I had mentioned wishing I could get the Garritan Stradivari and Gofriller Cello instruments, but, alas, they are discontinued. There is hope that they will [..]
Lots of news – unfortunately, none of it includes an up and running new music computer. That might change this weekend – stay tuned for future posts.
So, I’ve spent most of the summer out working on a highway for 10+ hours a day. I basically didn’t do any music from the end of April [..]
My new software arrived the day after Christmas. Unfortunately, I had to wait until the following Monday to go to the post office to pick it up (out [..]
Sunday night I officially finished arranging “This is My Father’s World.” Maybe.