Not a lot of time to write this up because we are in the middle of painting the studio in preparation for moving stuff in, which is slated to happen at the end of the month:
But in the meantime, I am nearly done composing my next album, tentatively titled ‘OMNIVERSE’. Not only that, we have pretty close to finished tracks (mostly waiting on final tuned vocal tracks from me) on well over half of the album! The album will feature Luka, of course, as well as Avanna and Dex from Zero-G. At this point I am shooting for a roughly late June or early July release, which seems totally doable unless ‘life’ happens, heh…
Here is some awesome cover art by Space Robinhood, which I commissioned. He is also working on art for several single releases, so everything is on track (ha!) for releasing when the music is finished.
So, some updates regarding my previous post: I am no longer streaming Final Fantasy. It was a fun test, but ultimately off brand. A lot of my Vocaloid community colleagues have indicated that they would love to see streams of me tuning the Vocaloids, so if I can figure out an effective way to set that up I will!
I may also give up on Trello for organizing albums. I’m not 100% sure what I will ultimately use to manage my music projects and share that process, but Trello isn’t cutting it for me, as evidenced by the fact that I’ve taken to using a physical white board and/or scraps of paper again instead. I will find a shareable digital solution eventually, but Trello doesn’t seem to be it.
That’s all the updates for now. Should be able to do more updates more regularly once moving is complete and the new studio is set up properly. In the meantime, rest assured that I am constantly working on stuff, I just don’t always have time to post about it 🤓
2 thoughts on “OMNIVERSE & Other News”
I love the artwork.
You might want to check out Todoist or Cozi for your projects. Both have freebies, but for my needs, I’d need to pay for the premium services. I didn’t want to do that, so I decideded to stick with my analog stuff. I’ve recently decided that my old index cards in a box works better than the current digital systems because with the digital systems the lists get overwhelmingly long. With the cards, I just put the ones for today in today’s slot, move them to the next time I need them, and everything else is ready to go when it’s time to do it but not sitting in today’s slot making the whole thing overwhelming. If it’s not in today’s file, my brain basically decides it dosen’t exist. For me, my brain thinks a list means it all has to be done today. Also, so much of what I do is repetitious and the index cards do repetitious really well. 🙂