Showing posts from October, 2005

War on Terror party

This up coming week an art collective I'm somewhat apart of is going to have a few things going on to make the time of season more exciting. We are having a party at the Gabbo's night club on Dewdney. It should be great, we have alot of interesting plans for decorations and interactions with the crowd that's coming to it. We are going to try and wrap the entire place in black fabric of some sort. We are going to create a small space for the dancers to dance in. The excitement wont be held back on this one baby....oh holding back!

We are also having a haunted house on the next saturday and sunday. It'll be at 2210 15th ave. at the corner of 15th and Lorne. We are taking over the basement of an old apartment building and I want to fill the place with interesting, terrifying sounds.

I group of "artists" really want to make something wonderful for people to explore and enjoy. Hope people come out to it.


I have recently put a song of my making on this site. It's a fairly helpful place to find out about the inner workings of electronic music.

My track can be found and downloaded here. I've had some nice comments from people and it's encourageing for me to go make more. I would like to put more up in the release area, but they only allow for people to upload one song every 60 days.


So, I am looking for work in the next few weeks and I ask of you blog readers to feel free to point me in the direction of good places to work for someone that has decent experience in audio production, graphic design and compute science.


I've been playing around with the looper pedal I rented the other day. I still have it for alittle while longer and then it must make it's way back into the rented bag and go back to the rented store.

I've had good experiments with various instruments and vocals. I'm a big fan of harmonizing. It sounds good and I would like to figure out how to record it correctly on my computer, but that'll come in alittle while.

At the school today I was playing with audacity and I was havin' some wonderful experiments with multitracking and singing along with myself.

Fun stuff for a cold day.