In this rather subdued and last AudioMo for this month I make no promises as to any future recordings, but do talk about my immediate plans.
I’m no where near retirement, but that doesn’t mean I can start thinking about what I’m going to do with that extra free time.
Although I don’t have any plans on changing jobs, but just like keeping your resume polished up, one should maybe think of creating and maintaining a portfolio to hone and showcase your skills.
I take a short drive to the hardware store to pick up more panels and wood slats for my studio ceiling and answer @dzakyem on the WinDV PC software I used to transfer my MiniDV tapes to my computer via Firewire.
My mom gave me one of these little beauties almost 20 years ago, it’s now so defunct the cheap Samsung phone in my pocket boasts way better specs, but there is just something about this old tech that is somehow still romantic to me. Listen as I explain trying to get some video off of […]
This is an answer to Paul O’Mahony’s inquiry into my awkwardness at a recent small social get-together.
With apologies to John Steinbeck
AudioMo goes beat, well sort of in this Allan Ginsberg-inspired beat poem. I attempted several deliveries, but just couldn’t do it, I promise to do another one before AudioMo 2021 is over (Oh what have I promised…).