Author Archives: Musicman

Sunday

In my last post, I spoke about my approach to getting out of a rut.  This is an example of a project I began and ran out of steam before finishing.  I am still uncertain that it is in fact … Continue reading

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In a Rut? What’s Today?

This tip is geared mainly for Keyboardists, though parts of it might apply to other instrumentalists or musicologists: Often there have been times when I start working on a project only to find I cannot finish it or worse can’t … Continue reading

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Creativity Has No Rules or Boundaries

I posted an extended version of Gentleness (I added a 1:27 prelude). The unique thing about this track is that I used a recording, from a different session and “sewed” it together (Mom would be proud!). We often browbeat ourselves … Continue reading

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Plugins Available (NEW)

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Disaster Strikes Swiftly

Here is a tip you should take heed of if you are playing music in the 21st Century. If you are not using a computer, then this doesn’t apply to you and you can continue along your merry, analog, way. … Continue reading

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