It’s been a fantastic semester so far, and here’s an update on what I have been up to.
As you already know, I’m currently half-way through a college degree at Texas State University. Shit’s been fun. Working at the radio station and library are major time consumers, but I am still finding time to work on music.
I’ve been producing a friend and we are currently working on an electronic album. This is my side project that I’m seriously loving. Sometimes you get lucky and run into people who are just as passionate as you are with the same kind of music you’re into. To say I hit the jackpot is an understatement. Kimberly Witthaus (a.k.a. http://westcoastattitude.tumblr.com/) is an incredibly talented and beautiful person. The fact that we’re working on an album together is simply magical.
Of course, when I’m not doing any of that, I continue to create my own music.This winter break will free up a lot of my schedule meaning I can spend it learning, experimenting, and refining. I’ve been saved my money for the past year to get one of the best instrument bundles in the market (see above).
What does this mean for you? You will start seeing an improvement in musical quality. I am no longer limited to 2-3 plugins, but now hundreds. I’m going to spend a considerable learning each one and perfect them. It’s going to be a long, but satisfying ride.
For the new year, I am also giving myself a resolution: Crank out one song every month.
This was an unofficial goal of mine for the past year, and unfortunately I haven’t kept true to it. School work comes up or procrastination takes over. This is something I’m working on eliminating. You deserve fantastic material and I want to give it to you.
I hope to get to know you all little better and hopefully start meeting you in person when I start DJing shows. Never be afraid to say hello! I love talking to everyone. Thank you for everything you have done for me so far. I really couldn’t not have done it without you.
Here’s to a bright future!