What’s happened recently. Oh, I had to figure out a strategy concerning releasing material and mixes for the next 12 months or so, and finally have this figured out. The first part of this all should come out tomorrow, as a bigger download. I’m a big fan of downloaded free material from artists, and I have so much stuff on my hard disk that needs to go out. As a good example of a similar artist that exports his material, see the Royal Sapien web site — a place I’ve done constructive commercial spying on for a couple of days’ time, and I really like his site and how he handles it.
Anyway, I don’t want to talk about something that has not been released yet, but stay tuned as they say — the whole thing should go out tomorrow. All I could say that this is the channel I will use for exporting a lot of my crazy music that’s just now on the hard disk.
Hmm, Royal Sapien has a twitter account, maybe I should add one. At the same time, my wife and I did one of those evening walks/talks, and we discussed how artists nowadays are so scattered due to all the the interruptions from Internet, cable TV and other similar sources. For example, Franz Schubert died at the young age of 31, but he produced over 600 pieces of music. If he had access to Internet and DVDs, hmm, I would not think he would have focused on producing all that music…
And… His music was scattered all across his friends’ pianos, but they were collected and released. I think this is the problem many of us producers have on another scale — i.e. we have tons of material, but due to various reasons we can’t release it all commercially. And it’s a shame it gathers dust, as music is to be listened to. Anyway, stay tuned!