Monthly Archives: September 2016

Revisting the “lone wolf” label

It’s happened again. Several times, in fact. So rather than present the commentary I’d originally planned for this space, I’m re-running a piece I posted about six months ago. It still applies, more than ever…. Another piece of human waste … Continue reading

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Revisting the “lone wolf” label

It’s happened again. Several times, in fact. So rather than present the commentary I’d originally planned for this space, I’m re-running a piece I posted about six months ago. It still applies, more than ever…. Another piece of human waste … Continue reading

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Audio memoir–part three

As mentioned before, you don’t need to be a professional sound engineer to create an audio memoir. You do need to be patient and persistent. You also need to be willing to learn some new skills. Thankfully, they aren’t too … Continue reading

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Audio memoir–part two

Thanks to the efforts of my writer/musician/watchmaker friend, Steve Whitworth, I finally have the information I need to finish addressing the topic of audio memoirs. Steve‚Äôs knowledge and familiarity with the art of sound recording far exceeds anything most folk … Continue reading

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A Word or Two About Attitude

I’m often asked why I teach. The pay, if there is any, is pitiful, and I usually spend more time preparing to teach than I do teaching (although I’m getting a little better about that). The answer is that I … Continue reading

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