At long last I bestow upon you another album, In Living Time. Mixing/mastering is a ridiculously tedious process for me (especially after trying to “perfect” the tracks) and I’m sufficiently inexperienced in the art to feel comfortable at pretty much any stage of the process. I am, however, reasonably satisfied with my results, or at least happy enough with them to share. It’s kind of meant to be a soundtrack of sorts, but I don’t really have any video to track it to, so it’s standalone in a way. It’s also meant to be a sequel of sorts to the first album (You, Future!). .I’ve listened to these tunes hundreds of times at this point and I think it’s high time that you got to hear the mostly finished versions as well. I’ll likely touch up Disappearance at some point, but I’m done for now and I need to move on. Half of these songs were starts that began during my first attempt at a 48-hour album, the rest are songs that I started before or after that crazy blitz. At any rate here’s the link, I hope you enjoy (be sure to tell your friends all about it).
seven out of ten
That’s how many songs I happened to write in a 48-hour period, they’re on my soundcloud at the moment, so there are the results if you want to hear them. I’d advise you to wait, though, except for 40th floor. It’s pretty much finished. It wasn’t too immense a task, and I think I could do it given better foresight. The goal was 10 songs in 48 hours, I settled on a two-minute minimum for each song. Mostly I was looking for sketches, ideas for songs that could provide some inspiration for full-fledged efforts. I’m currently working at improving those loose sketches I produced during the project. Most of these are good starts I think, I’m planning on releasing a set of more palatable tunes here fairly soon. I need to re-record vocals, mix most of them, and do some final tweaking then they ought to be ready for consumption by you! (Aren’t you excited? Hurray!) This ought to be a quick process, under a week, perhaps. I might be able to get it done by next week when I will suddenly have no life or time or sanity. Okay, I’ll still retain my sanity — hopefully. Well, I’ll have something for you at any rate, even if it’s half an album. Oh that’s all, I think, except: