Monthly Archives: September 2011

Muses Never Sleep

One of the hardest parts of songwriting is opening to the flow of ideas and creativity. It’s as hard as turning all of the stuff you get into polished songs that people might relate to. When my Muses are talking … Continue reading

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Technology and Music

We’ve come a long way from sitting around a campfire playing hollowed-out logs for entertainment. We have musical instruments of all sizes, shapes, tones, and varieties, and we have thousands of ways of creating a sound, massaging it to sound … Continue reading

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When No News is Good News

Are you tired of reading all the depressing stuff in the daily news? I get that way sometimes. I’ve gotten better at skipping over the absurdities and the depressing bits, but it’s often hard to ignore things. Especially in the … Continue reading

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September is Salsa Time!

I just finished making my first batch of salsa for the year: I do this every year, generally along the time I have enough tomatoes to do it. This year, I happened to have all the *other* ingredients around the … Continue reading

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