I feel the need to write about my recent lack of content lately. Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about categorizing my posts for a while, because I never had a clear idea on how exactly I should sort them out.
I’ve decided to make my categories some kind of series… Continue reading
My current goal is to extend my skill in mixing, mastering and production (in order of preference) to the public in order to fund the growth I so desire, to bring forth a new, or different, content and perspective in music. Continue reading
If you followed my previous Pomodoro entry, you’d be aware of the personal challenge I set aside for myself and any other to follow. It has been a week and few days, at the time of writing, since I’ve written and am here to report. Continue reading
“The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. The technique uses a timer to break down work into intervals traditionally 25 minutes in length, separated by short breaks.” Continue reading
I’m kicking off this blog today, as title hints, with my history of music. When I was a young child, I was not a big fan of music. Like many children growing up in the 90s, of course there were songs to enjoy, such as the TMNT, thundercats and power rangers theme songs, just to name a few. Continue reading