I’ll start with the sort of technical stuff I’m doing. Back in the day, when I first started recording, I used a computer program called Sonic Foundry Acid 3.0 to put my music together. I started using it in 2001, maybe 2002, when it was relatively new. And that’s what I used for years, up until 2010 when I switched to Cockos’ Reaper, which is what I continue to mostly use. So everything I recorded before 2010 was using Acid. (Note: I realize every time I refer to myself as “using Acid” is funny.) At this point, Acid 3.0 was over 10 years old. It was designed to be used within Windows XP and earlier. We’re well past those days. Needless to say, it doesn’t run well in Windows 7. It crashes. It’s slow. There’s some bugginess with it that I’ll explain further down this page. In short, it would be a nightmare to do this remastering project completely within Acid. So… Continue reading “Bringing Back Boobs, Butts, and Feets, Pt. 2”
So you want to hear some song samples from my new album, Heat Stroke? Well, you’re in luck! I happen to have a mashup of most of the tracks on the album. right here! Below you will find a streamable audio file that contains about 15 seconds of 8 of the 10 songs that will be on the album to tide you over until release. Why not all 10? The first track is a shortish intro that is hardly musical. And another one isn’t quite done in the mastering process. No other reason.