This image was tricky to get, as I find very green and shadowy images often are.
Spotted in my Papaw’s neighbor’s garage. Shot with an early 1970’s Minolta Rokkor 50mm 1.7 lens adapted to Sony A7 mirrorless (digital) camera. I absolutely love vintage lenses on this camera. Some of the focusing features of the camera make for a very smooth shooting experience.
OMG! You’re DAW is coughing and cracking up no matter what you try? Um… Occam’s razor, peeps. Just realized after 45 minutes of banging my head against the wall that my computer was in power saving mode! Guess I won’t be tracking vocals tonight. G’night, world. Sleep tight.
Hello, Internet land. So here’s what’s happened with this song over the past week. Did you listen to it and last week’s post? Quite a difference, no?
So – Here’s the progress I made on the next Mamma Ouija song in the first week.
If you listen through the entire three minutes, you will hear that the arrangement is very rough. Maybe even ear splittingly rough, but that’s how I begin to construct one of these things. The break is a big mess,
Okay, so I’ve been telling myself for at least a month now that I’m going to give writing regular blog posts a shot and I keep not getting around to it. I’m a busy woman, you know. At any rate, I took an entire month off from my song project, (okay maybe a bit more than a month,) but I’m working on it again. I have to admit, I am feeling very torn at the moment as to whether I should continue with it or not.
My Lord, I feel like March’s song just took forever and a day to finish! This probably has something to do with my daughter having both strep throat and spring break this month and also having migraines and sinus problems myself. But, it’s finished, I like it, and it’s time to move on to the next one. (Yay!)
This song is the second installment of my 2017 self imposed musical challenge to create a full arrangement of one of my songs each month. This little song I made here is one of my favorites. Or at least,
I wrote this when I was very young, could barely play the guitar and didn’t have access to other instruments because I was pouring everything into painting