Time keeps on ticking....
Man! Time has certainly had its way with me. This is just a quick "I'm alive and well note". The past few months have had their ups and downs, but I think the worst is behind me now. Happy

I got to see BT last weekend doing his laptop symphony. With the exception of the doors openting late at midnight and BT going on at 2:00 AM (he was originally scheduled for 11:00 or 12:00), it was definitely a great time. I haven't been to a live show in a long time and and getting to see BT do his thing was amazing. If you don't know who he is and are interested in electronic music, check him out. A good CD to start off with would be either ECSM or his latest one Emotional Technology. Another cool group I've been listening to lately is a group called Infusion. And some cat named Mussorgsky

I'm planning on posting a bunch of old songs (finshed or not) into my music section VERY soon. Some are personal, some aren't. Most of them tend to suprise me because I could have written them years ago and I can still see them relating to new encounters in my life. Until then here's a couple to start you off.

Also, I added pics of my Frankintosh to the picture gallery. Frankintosh stared off as a Dual 500 G4. I was curious to see how far I could push old technology and without breaking a sweat (or the bank) I now have the thing with the following specs:

Dual 1.8 Ghz G5
2 GB Ram
64 MB Radeon 7000 PC card flashed to Mac (Thanks for the help Strange Dogs)
Sony DVD+/-R/RW Dual Layer
ATA 133
Firewire 400/800
Bluetooth
Zip
Cold Cathode Lighting
M-Audio Delta 1010 Audio Card

All in all it was a fun experiment and the machine has proven very useful. The only downside is that it's 100Mhz bus is a bit of a handicap. But that aside I've found it to be a great Logic node for my project studio as well as iTunes master library and duplicating mahcine.

Here are some pics.

-A
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