Been really driven to play/record lately, sooooo, doing just that 🙂 Only problem is vocals will have to wait till next weekend when I’m at the place I can do that properly… That being said, absolutely loving my current portable rig… #Mixcraft #UAD #HughesAndKettner #Line6 #Orange and of course #Charvel
Been a while so I thought I would throw up an update. Yep, we’re still playing. More regularly these days…. Up to two while original songs these days even 😉 We’re actually getting close to the point where we can properly record them, hopefully that will take place at some point this summer. But a couple of pix from last night for shits and giggles 🙂
Hey kids, just wanted to do a little bit of shameless self promotion and a quick update. I have been posting audio related stuff to this site and decided recently that I would start doing that on a blog dedicated to the subject instead. So I started a new site and podcast over at TheSoundStudy.com. It’s basically me sharing tips and tricks as I discover them during my audio engineering studies. I also started a podcast on the subject as well, that you’re welcomed to check out on iTunes or any of the other usual places such things are acquired.
In terms of PSP, we will have some new music coming out shortly, and there may be some more in the works, so make sure to keep your eyes peeled here for that! Until next time….
Hey there good people of internet land, yes we are still alive. Think we’ve gotten into that stereotypical thing of practicing a lot when something is new and then as time goes on everyone scatters back to the reality of that thing called life. It looks like some of us will be getting back together for a jam sessions in a couple of weeks so something may come out of that. Music is something that is more of a part of my life these days as I’m still in school part time take an Audio Engineering course, I’ve been sitting here staring at this blog for a while now thinking I need to do something with it and the things that I am learning. I’ve got some ideas but I need to talk them over with the others first.. In the mean time I came across an interesting post over at NPR that I thought I would share, it’s aimed more at podcasting, but it is a really handy little guide for those that want their audio to sound better so I thought I would link it here.