https://soundcloud.com/earthpages/shooting-stars Maybe living in Toronto, one of the most multicultural places on Earth, did it. Or maybe it had something to do with my living in India for a couple of years. Or maybe it was my interest in world cultures. I really don't know. But I was playing around with some exotic scales and... Continue Reading →
I like this Santa. He's an ancient old thing. Looks like he was dredged up from some basement, kicking around since the 1940s. Beautiful moonlit night in Port Hope, Ontario.
THIS TRACK DELETED - FINAL VERSION NOW AT SOUNDCLOUD... WILL BE POSTING IT ON MLK Day!!!! (Jan 18) Here's what I wrote at SoundCloud for this... * * * * * Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech (abridged) set to original soundtrack... my challenge is to use entirely free VST plugins.. so theoretically,... Continue Reading →
Okay, this is a true story. It just happened. Today I felt it was time to get the outdoor Christmas lights out. So I went down to the basement to get them. After a few minutes of looking in the usual storage place, I decided I'd outsmarted myself and put them in some new place... Continue Reading →
Toronto has the oldest and possibly largest Santa Claus Parade in the world. And it's today... Sunday. You can probably catch it on the web if interested. To match the occasion I've created a new Songza playlist all about Christmas! It's already 10½ hours in duration. And I plan to add a few more songs.... Continue Reading →
This was taken over the (Canadian) Thanksgiving weekend. It’s a beautiful little church. I purposely used my old cell phone because it’s tiny and unobtrusive (I can’t stand big flashy photographers when people are praying) Also, I really like the photo effect. It’s so low res that it’s almost like a painting… it leaves room... Continue Reading →
This was taken over the (Canadian) Thanksgiving weekend. It's a beautiful little church. I purposely used my old cell phone because it's tiny and unobtrusive (I can't stand big flashy photographers when people are praying). Also I really like the photo effect. It's so low res that it's almost like a painting... it leaves room... Continue Reading →