Anyone who’s been checking out this website (ha!) would think I’ve done next to nothing musically over the past year, or at least since the beginning of 2013. I hadn’t updated anything here in nearly a year, except to add a link to my magnum opus (of sorts), 8-Bit Time Machine, which I finished at the end of 2012. (If you want that one on CD, let me know… I have a ton of them!)
But in fact I have been quite busy, both with work and music, in 2013. In addition to dashing off my almost-monthly “Figures” EPs (created with the iPhone Figure app, and part of a series I am calling “disposable music”), I recorded another full-length album in February for the RPM Challenge, called The Picture of Dorian Mode. It was recorded over a 3-day period, entirely in GarageBand on the iPad, and entirely in Dorian Mode.
Then in April, when the Minneapolis winter refused to end, I recorded another iPad-based EP called Soundtrack for an Endless Winter.
But the big news right now is that in July I finally upgraded from GarageBand to Logic Pro X, and as of today I am releasing my first EP of music recorded in Logic Pro, the appropriately titled Amateur Logic.