Saturday

Saturday

Here is another one of those potpourri “What Day is it Songs.”

Now we have Sunday and Saturday…

We had a bit of a holiday in that we needed some maintenance. It is good stuff though…It’s all about workflow, but it’s still work.

I lost a FireWire interface in a Lightning Storm. It was like a lout Thwaak. It took me a minute to figure out what was going on, until my DAW politely informed me that my interface was disconnected and would I like to retain my settings.

I tried disassembling it and saw an electrolytic capacitor had exploded, but after replacing it, the lights would just blink. Of course, nothing else about it was serviceable.

So that slowed me down, as I was beginning to try a multi-DAW work approach.

I’m looking for a replacement but a lot of Life things have cropped up in the past few weeks, that always insists on taking priority.

I did manage to put this together in between. As usual, I have no name leaping out at me so for now, we’ll call it “Saturday.”

LIt seems like for me, weekends are a good day to start a project…I will rename it as soon as the lyrics are done….It’s funny because with all the instrumentals, I still hear a song in there…I just want to leave a little room for when I become truly inspired.

Maybe along the way I will meet up with that something special energy.

I don’t want to work at it…musically I have options. Like in this piece, I am a couple of mute switches and maybe some drum/percussion editing away from a Reggae tune…

Anyway, it’s there…I can hear it, and I can feel it… the words that is…

Only something gets lost on the way to my mouth… and unlike musical roadblocks, which I see as an opportunity to deviate and explore, I somehow don’t feel that way with words…

I feel like once they’re there, it’s done and though something may sound good to me today, tomorrow it sounds corny, like you wouldn’t believe.

Then again, there are a lot of classic songs, with corny lyrics….

These artists are obviously doing something I haven’t tried yet…🤔😕🚀

C

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