Notes from the Studio

Well that was abrupt. We went from early April to June in about 3 days. I must say it feels so good to get outside. I was listening to the Ephemera I played, 15 months ago, at the start of the first lockdown. I was saying it’s going to be a wild ride, and I think it has been.

Not that I am repeating that theme, yet. Tonight, it’s a highly modified version of a theme I put together in 2009, and played once, it appears, since. Most of it won’t have been played at all until i play it tonight, since I’ve done a bunch of changes to it.

 

Might be some piano, might be some dreamy Eighenharp, might be arpeggios and strings and old synthesizers. Might be all of it. We’ll see what mood I am in when I get to playing.

 

I’ll be in SL and Opensim, and once again, I think I’ll leave off Twitch, I promise I’ll come back to it after I pay some attention to the broadcast logistics, I did do a Twitch show last night and it went pretty well. That said, you don’t have to be in any virtual worlds to listen though, your real world should be fine. 

Thanks for your continued support.

 

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