For those who didn’t notice, I embarked upon a challenge in January to produce a music jam each day. In other words, 31 pieces of new music in 31 days. They didn’t have to be long. They didn’t have to be complete. They didn’t even have to be good. That wasn’t the point. The point was to make time every day to make music.
The 20th day of #jamuary2023 marks my 60th trip around the sun, and again features the Korg opsix, Boss RC-3 looper, the Zoom G3n, and the Behringer Flow8 in a simple ambient jam.
On this nineteenth day of #jamuary2023, I get pretty trippy with the Korg opsix, the Boss rc-3, and effects from the Zoom g3n and Behringer Flow8 mixer/interface.
A busy day, so my #jamuary2023 day 18 jam’s a little later than usual. It’s another day of just me and the opsix and the keys of G.
For day 14 of #jamuary2023, I had grandiose plans that were not to be. But still, there was jamming! And a new track with video!
Several months ago, I wrote a piece outlining four reasons that I no longer wanted to build a modular rig. But, as I write this post today, on the sixth anniversary of the death of Keith Emerson, I’ve had a bit of a change of heart.
Love him or hate him, you’ve got to admit that it’s good to see someone who is able to fulfill his dreams. As much as I love to hate on him, I have to admit that I’m more than a little envious.
A couple of weeks back, I put up a fairly lengthy post about my idea of the perfect synthesizer … You may have inferred from my previous post that I was pretty smitten by the Modal Electronics Cobalt8 series. And who wouldn’t be?