The Girl and the Bull

A powerful photo. It could mean a few things. We all have our ideas. Powerful in this way. The straight-and-narrow path depicted by the vertical space between the two downtown buildings. The young girl, though, does not look like she is going to take the old straight-and-narrow path. To me, this makes her so much […]

Once Upon A Time in Hollywood

Pitt and DeCaprio / A Fading Cowboy Star and his Loyal Stuntman Somewhat of a nostalgic day seeing the new Tarantino movie Once Upon A Time in Hollywood. I was born in LA and lived there in most of the 50s. Interestingly, I moved back there to attend UCLA in the summer of 1969. So, […]


Story Idea: particular electronic programs on the world’s greatest synthesizers are programs from a grand class of the past trying to break free through music. A new idea of the modern musician. Someone who doesn’t necessarily create music through the input of his or her own into a partiular instrument. Rather, the modern musician/artist is […]

Laws of Cryptocosm

Below, a post I copied from George Gilders seminar a few years ago. The recent seminar is captured as we signed up for it and publish part of the transcript of the seminar and a longer interview explanation of cryptocosm. The below a summary of what Gilder says in his seminar I read the transcript […]

Saban’s Bus

Getting the Right Guys on the Bus (Alabama Spring Football Practice – 2019) “Mediocre people don’t like high-achievers & high-achievers don’t like mediocre people. My goal for spring practice: get the right guys on the bus. Get them in the right seats & get the wrong guys off the bus.” Nick Saban via Tweet on The […]

New Music

The Band I’ve been blessed (some might say cursed) with having a number of artistic muses inhabit (haunt) my life. Looking at my life as an artist seems a unique and valuable way to look at it. I would say looking at my life as an artist who has fought being defined as an artist. […]

Rain Dance

“Rain Dance” by The Guess Who (1971) Around two years ago, during one of those long nights in the offices of Midnight Oil Studios, I lifted part of a rather obscure song called “Rain Dance” by The Guess Who and reversed it in my music software and sampled a part from it that reminded me […]

Greyhound Facebook Group

Genna (In her retirment pose by the dining room window) By Genna’s Father Our black greyhound is my wife’s third greyhound while it is my first greyhound. I have always loved and had dogs. But it’s been a long time since I’ve had a dog. Fifteen years. She started telling me it would be a […]

An Old Track

Mixing GargeBand with My Synthesizers Found an old back-ground track on GarageBand. Introducing it to the boys in the band. It’s 45 bars long consisting of the looped programs in GarageBand called Deep Chord, Big Room Magnus and Bass Patterns. We’ll come up with something new. Interfacing with our Korg Minilogue, Electribe Sampler, Novation MiniNova […]