I have gotten to the point where it appears that it’s easier to get people interested in learning how to do something than it is to get them to buy something. So.. I am going to revamp my site and start posting tutorials on various things I know how to do.
Topics such as:
How to record music at home with a regular PC computer running Microsoft windows.
How to easily publish your music on iTunes, Amazon Music, and more for cheap.
How to protect your kids when they use the internet and control their access.
How to protect your vulnerable windows operating system from virii and malware.
How to clean your windows operating system once it has became infected.
I take request. So if anyone has any suggestions please leave a comment.
Well, its been a long time coming.. But!
DRUM ROLL PLEASE!!!
This old blog of mine got an overhaul as you may have noticed…
When I first set up this blog. I never spent much time on the theme. The header page image was chopped out of a picture I took probably 5 years ago or more.
Recently I asked Rich Soto if he could make a new logo or graphic for my my blog a try,(Rich is the Web Services/Network Specialist for the Palo Verde College in Blythe California).
He said sure, and I thought.. Well ok a lot of people say they will do something, but they don’t do it.
Next day Rich sent me the logo, and sunna beech I was blown away. He is a guy that when he says he will do something.. it gets done..
Remnants of a well spent youth is a collections of songs I have written over the last 30 years. They were recorded at home and over the internet with Riffworks, Audacity and Cubase – Songs tagged with collaboration were done with the help of friends I made on Riffworld.com and during my youth in the Santa Susana Knolls.
It was quite a learning experience figuring out what equipment to use to record these songs. And I stumbled across some great online communities – filled with talented, yet very helpful musicians. This blog contains links and info about these sites and the friends I met there.I will be posting more content on being a non – signed, self publishing, self publicizing internet musician.