My wife is in a place of perfect bliss. She is happy, healthy, and taking on the world! Wait. Hang on. Reverse that. She's miserable. But there's less nausea! Go modern medicine. Meh. We'll make it through this. It's not easy, but we never thought that it would be.
Lots of studio time lately. Pretty pleased with progress. Looking into some new gear. I'm whoring and don't care. There's a sound I want and I will have it. More on that as it develops.
Why am I the only person with a loop station who doesn't want to build up layers of catchy, rhythmic tunes? I want to beat that fucker into a frippertronics hell scream of death! I'm having fun with it to be sure. It's a great companion for soundscapes and improvisations. Let's just say that I'm not moved by the (well-orchestrated) parlor tricks that I see on viral YouTube videos. Yes, it's impressive the first time you see it and that's great. But what you're really saying is, "Play 5 phrases in a row perfectly on the first take." It requires skill, but is it really all that interesting? In a live performance where there is the element of danger, maybe. On a recording? Fuckin' yawn, dude. What was that all about? Oh yeah, dig my loop station. Pushed it to the maximum memory limit the other night and it was pretty sweet. It does some things well and others not as well. Beats building a massive pure data patch to do the same thing.
Last night I was falling asleep after dinner. Skipped my evening ride and was in bed by 8:30. I'm pretty sure I was out before 9. Fuck it. I was tired. Why not sleep?
Next Monday is The Dude's birthday. Have to remember to get a balloon or two. They're fun. Also need to get my cake on! It'll be a quiet gathering of grandparents this year. He's not big on the party idea.
Pedantic fuckers piss me off. Yes, you're oh so clever in catching that improperly cased variable name. Now that we've established that, does the fucking thing work? Is it in under budget? Is it bug free? Oh. It is. Huh. Then kindly fuck off.
That's about all I've got today.
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