Your post in the time machine thread made me smile and laugh. Don't meddle! :P
I sent a friend request...always nice to meet other believers on here. I work full time in church ministry and it's a wonderful thing -- challenging sometimes with this part of my life but I'v learned to come to terms with it pretty well and I actually think I have more compassion and kindness for it...
Wow, you've certainly been around. Consider me impressed..!
Over here at the churches I attend we call "praise bands" "the worship team". I imagine playing every weekend would build your musical abilities quite a lot, though I suppose the selection of music is a bit limited at times. Kudos.
Also "The Steve Freeman Band" huh? Impressive feat there! I can't say I've ever played for more than 20 people at a time, whereas you've gone in front of 20,000. Wow.
I am primarily a guitar person, so I primarily use mine for recording since it often takes some time to get a few tricky bars right, from which I can modify things afterwards digitally. A synth can add an awful lot to most genres of music, which is why I like mine.
As for playing live, perhaps if I actually played my Korg more (Eg: Outside of recording.) I could play it live in front of an audience as opposed to during jam sessions with friends...
You had gigs huh? Do you still have them?
Originally Posted by dogboy
The M1 was the great break through keyboard. My 88 keyboard is the Korg T1. They added the B sounds to the M1, which by the way, are very nice, and I think, more densely sampled, at least on the T1.
Oh they most certainly are, though in the end I end up resampling the resulting MIDI into a higher-quality S3M file which allow me to modify instruments and make tweaks quite nicely I think...
The M1 may have lost some of it's sheen, though I still make use of mine every now and then.
Good luck on teaching the choir, I've always loved singing. Although i despise math with a passion never have been good at it. It always make's me feel so stupid . I'd never be able to teach math, let alone 7 classes a day. It's just so frustrating it drive's me mad, there's just to many steps in the formulas, and to many numbers. It's a necessary evil though that's for sure. My moms actually a school teacher, I really envy the patience, and smarts people like you have.
I'm still living with my brother, but I went to see my mommy for the week of thanksgiving. It was good to get to see her, it's hard being away. I start school before January 1st, but I'm really nervous. Between bills, physical therapy, and work school's just going to make me more stressed. There's just a lot still going on, but I'll get through it. Besides I always think someone in the world is having a harder life than me, not much consolation, but it helps a little.
And thanks a lot same to you, stay safe!
How've ya been?
Hey I came back ^.^! How've you been?
Wonderful, I've ever so much been another beautifully twisted work from our very own maestro dogboy. Thanks for the exchange of words and have a lovely October.
Tusen takk og har det bra.
Greetings Dogboy, I felt the need to drop in on you and say "hey". Also I was wandering if you would grace us with a Halloween themed story this year.