60bpm :: Newsletter
After an inconvenience-laden past month-and-a-half, I've finally gotten around to finishing development on my music portal, 60bpm :: Music. For the first time since I started developing web sites eight years ago, I have a quick and simple method of sharing the bits that I record in the studio with the rest of the world.
To get the site started, I've populated it with soundtracks previously created for Kaleidoscope Project and DaydreamTV compositions, as well as some of the better items that I've had back-logged over the past year or so. Now that I've got the site finished, though, I'll finally be able to devote my energy to creating new content, so new items will be coming soon.
While it appears that my promises of monthly releases for the Kaleidoscope Project are essentially empty, it's not my fault that it doesn't happen... seriously. My intentions are pure and after each release I'm certain I'll be able to push the next one out the door in no time at all. However, strange, unexpected things keep happening that require just enough of my attention to prevent this from coming true. To be safe, Kaleidoscope Project :: Volume 4 :: Infinity has been given a tentative release date of Monday, June 1, 2009.
If you would like to receive the upcoming installment of the Kaleidoscope Project, click here.
DaydreamTV -- Recent Additions
DaydreamTV is an online television station where I release short video compositions and personal journal pieces. Below is a list of additions from the past month.
Here's another old one. This was originally created back in the summer of 2002, when I was just getting into digital video production. Can you tell? Here's Akron, Ohio, in all it's glory! Watch It
This is an example of a technique I use to record music sketches. After I was finished using the method in a legitimate fashion, I started playing old songs. Here's one of my favorites. Watch It
A spider got into my bathroom sink, and, after watching it for a while, I realized that it was going to have a tough time getting out on it's own, so I gave it a hand. Watch It
A Message From The Editor
I hope that you enjoyed the first issue of my monthly newsletter. If you're receiving this one, it's because we currently know one another (or did at some point in the past) and I wanted to share these things that I'm creating with you. If you would rather not receive these newsletters in the future, please, click here, fill-in the form, and I promise I'll never send you anything ever again. –Robbie
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