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Then to Now

It’s been about a year and a half or so since I first got up and running. It was probably another year before that from when I first spied the pinball glass to the time I had a counter for…

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Drums, Sax and Strings

I have been continuing with my experimentation with licensed audio samples. Today I put together this track which features drums, a sax, and classical strings, and includes a tambourine. It’s nothing too fancy (haha, it has violins) but here’s what…

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Updated Tunnel Music

When I first published the video of my trip through the tunnels I used my one minute “Layered Loops” track on repeat as background music. Now, thirteen minutes of tunnels isn’t really all that fascinating to watch on video. To…

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When we were about to get to the Lincoln Tunnel my phone was clipped to the passenger side visor to record the experience. This was repeated as we left the city, and through each of the four tunnels through Pennsylvania…

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Furman M-8×2

On more than one occasion I’ve heard what sounded like a radio broadcast over my headphones in between recordings. It’s pretty amazing what seems capable of traveling through your home electrical wiring. So, aside from the important circuit breaker aspect,…

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TASCAM Series 8p Dyna

In the Fall of 2020 I began using the Series 102i, which has two combo XLR/TRS inputs, as the main audio interface on my main tower computer. I just recently connected it to TASCAM’s Series 8p Dyna; I was able…

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