Monday, March 27, 2006

Writing About What I Plan to Write About

Well, there’s not much going on studio-wise these days. At least not for me. I listen to the rough mixes until I can’t stand them and then I put them away for a few days. Then I email the engineers some more notes about how to edit the tracks. And then I don’t hear back from them. I have no idea at what stage the recording is in at this point. I guess it’s time to hound them by phone for a while. I’d like to set some deadlines and a release date but I want to be realistic (Ha! Manishtana halila hazeh mikol haleilot?)

I do owe you some blogs. These are the things I plan to write about… a) soon b) someday c) whenever:

  • Recording with the Prayer Warriors.
  • What’s happening with the song “Light.”
  • I’ve got an artist with pieces showing all over the world to do the cover art.
  • I have a graphic designer, a wonderful friend from high school and college, to do the layout.
  • More about the business of recording. I’ll even share my prospectus and budget that I wrote.
  • And more about songwriting in the “Noah’s Notes” blog spot.

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Noah said...

This is my comment. I don't actually have a comment, I'm just demonstarting this feature. But if you have a comment, or want to innitiate some discussion in this public forum, you can do that by posting a comment here. Not that there's that much to talk about. The six of us -- my readership -- could just as easily set up a conference call. But it would be nice to know that people are actually navigating my website since Leon refuses to put up a counter.

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