Month: September 2014

Milestone 1: Basic Guitar Tracks

Well, well, well… what do we have here?! This past weekend marked quite a milestone for the album recording! I finished the basic guitar tracks for 12 main tracks (there are also 3 instrumentals I’m working on that are not pictured here, as well as some other “maybes”).   What exactly did I track? Well, after setting up shop in… Read more →

Progress Sometimes Doesn’t Look Like It…

So here’s a quick look at where I am on the album as of this morning (September 2nd). While it looks like there’s quite a bit of empty spaces on there, keep in mind that most songs won’t be getting a treatment with every one of those columns. Some songs may be just basic guitar and vocals, some (like the… Read more →

Who Are You

Can he weather the storm In a place without a cellar door? From Wikipedia: In phonaesthetics, the English compound noun cellar door has been cited variously as an example of a word or phrase which is beautiful purely in terms of its sound, without regard for semantics (i.e., meaning). It has been variously presented either as merely one beautiful instance… Read more →