Music | Recordings | Studio
For over 20 years I have been using some type of recorder to record something. Usually it was my own music as the subject (and sometimes projects for other people), but I've also captured and edited church services/sermons and now podcast programs. Over the years, I've used lecture tape decks, boom boxes, four track cassette machines, Roland VS models, ProTools, and now Apple Logic Pro. I've recorded in several bedrooms, a couple garages, on site, and in parking garages and under bridges. Something drives me to do this stuff. Here are a few things that show that history off.
This is the archive, folks. A wide range of my projects, from my major recordings to lesser stuff, and other things as they appear. Lots to listen to and it is all free!
My little piece of heaven for about seven years, Hog Heaven was my recording studio where I could lock the world out and play in my digital audio sandbox. A humble place, it somehow managed to see an interesting range of characters to record stuff.
Note: this includes text that once had pictures associated with it but that have been removed to a gallery with much of the same material for captions.