A few weeks ago, I posted about how I've been working on a track for the upcoming Michael Knott tribute album. I just sent Joshua Lory the rough mix. I'm hoping it makes the cut because it was a lot of work, but I won't be overly disappointed if it doesn't make the cut because I don't really know what I'm doing when it comes to mixing. Here's what it looks like right now.
I can't say they said anything new; at this point I can't help but feel that I've heard it all. However, I can say that they reaffirmed the following tenets:
I've slated my own "free live performance video from Tractorgrease Studio" for December 7. I've discussed it with my wife and we think it might be best to perform "35, 17." I'll have to spend a bunch of time practicing the song to make it into a good solo-performance song, at least for the context of a video performance.
I have to admit that I'm really enjoying how "35, 17" is sounding right now, as a demo recording. I look forward to hearing a mastered version.
With a title like that, I have to ask: Where's the other lover?
I just noticed that I broke 10000 views on my Panoramio page. Woo hoo!
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