Category Archives: Recording

Smooth as Silk

There are times when as an Artist things go, as smooth as silk.  Such is the case when I composed “Etude para Usted.” Besides, in my biased opinion, being a very pretty composition, the thing I find to be the … Continue reading

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Sunday, PT II

Just to clarify, this day of the week approach I only use when I am stuck between a rock and a hard place.  If you’ve got something going, by all means continue and don’t move on just because it is … Continue reading

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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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Happy Columbus Day

Hello, I know it’s been a long time but hey, there is just so many hours in a day. I have been very busy. I recently returned from a tour of 21 states, with a few Music Conferences sprinkled in, … Continue reading

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Why Drum Module Software Plug-Ins Work for Me

Part I – The Drums, The Studio, The Drummer A good software drum module plugin is something I cannot over emphasize when it comes to working in the studio.  I’m not advocating it as a substitute for a live drum … Continue reading

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