Every now and then I have to take a trip back to my past and remember when music used to be really fun. You know, like when you and your buddies didn't care if everything was perfectly in tune and time as long as it felt right. Maybe the lyrics meant something to you, if no one else, and you thought you were doing what the Beatles did since you only had 4 tracks as well.
I recently uncovered a couple of cassette "masters" that I had done in high school by bouncing between 2 cassette… Continue
Added by Mark Lee Townsend on March 29, 2008 at 6:30pm —
If anyone wants to come out to the Bunganut Pig in Murfreesoboro I 'll be playing there tonight night
Thursday March 27th 8pm-11pm. Solo Acoustic Show. No Cover charge
Added by Steve Rutledge on March 27, 2008 at 3:46pm —
So speaker manufacturers are responsible for club fires?
Added by Jim Dineen on March 26, 2008 at 11:25pm —
We all are so different in this but for me it started with a best friend and fellow science nerd teaching me guitar chords in high school in Oklahoma circa 1967. I traveled with his bands and took care of what little equipment they had (vox / Custom / Peavey etc.) My best instrument was the soldering gun.
I read albums credits and once in a while saw recording engineers credited, not very often though. I felt I could roll science and music into a career .. Ha !
After high school the… Continue
Added by Ron Treat on March 23, 2008 at 10:03pm —
in tom robbins’ novel, "even cowgirls get the blues," he creates a character known simply as "the chink," who functions as robbins’ philosophical alter ego. the chink is a study in contradictions, a holy pagan offering up a hodge-podge of eastern mantras, new age pap and cliche ensconced antinomies that would make even oscar wilde envious.
"i believe in everything. nothing is sacred. i believe in nothing. everything is sacred."
it was this quote from robbins’ novel that… Continue
Added by iV on March 23, 2008 at 10:53am —
Just a note that I'm doing some Jazz stuff over the next couple of weeks that's cool stuff....
I'm playing with Mike Gallaher (Joe Cocker, Adrian Belew) axe-meister extraordinaire at Saffire's at The Factory in Franklin Saturday from 7-10 PM on March 22 and again on the 29th. Stop in and say hi to "Zsa Zsa" my Hungarian String Bass as we play everything from standards to John Mayer tunes
Monday , March 24th I'm playing a Smooth Jazz gig with Joe Gross (trumpet), Carl Albrecht… Continue
Added by Roy Vogt on March 19, 2008 at 11:00pm —
Added by Celia Whitler on March 15, 2008 at 2:30pm —
This is sure to be an outstanding night of music - Jaci Velasquez, Salvador, Fellowship Bible Church, and a whole bunch of volunteers are donating everything for the performances. All monies raised will go to the families impacted by the tornados that struck Tennessee earlier this month.
Could you please spread the word sharing this with others?
Thanks in advance for the… Continue
Added by Mark Lange on March 13, 2008 at 4:08pm —
Happily, I'm introducing the Schematics Vault, a pro audio schematic library I've created on my website. This is an open source, community project, so please email me if you want to share any schematics you may want to add.
I hope you find this resource as helpful as I have. It is the product of much labor on the part of myself (and my poor interns!)
Added by dan rudin on March 7, 2008 at 5:45pm —
I've just re-done my studio's webs site - after 5 years, it was past time. I'm not sure if it's as cool as the old one was, but I really needed to have some new audio samples and other stuff. With the new site, the gear list and the photos are more up to date (and there are at least pictures of the piano now).
If you get a minute and feel the urge, please check out www.javajivestudio.com and let me know if you have suggestions, criticisms or problems loading any of… Continue
Added by Dave Martin on March 5, 2008 at 3:25pm —
i love to follow blogs. the random musings of strangers that, more often than not, peak my interest.
i ran across this post, relating the story of a road trip the writer had recently taken:
"I got to thinking: If I could spend these six hours in the car talking with someone, who would it be? Of course, Jesus was my first choice (go right to the top!) but after that I came up with an interesting list of people."
while i've heard this question posed in so… Continue
Added by iV on March 4, 2008 at 8:25pm —