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I just uploaded my first few tracks to Soundcloud. This one might be my favorite. Hope you enjoy it.
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k4-57 - Sui Generis - 05 Solstice
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Late last year I started messing around with producing electronic music. I'm finally at a point where I feel pretty good about the tracks I've made so far. So please check them out and let me know what you think.
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Well truth be told I have oddly misshapen ear canals and can never get buds to sit.  I was just using my GS4's speaker :-)
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Rocky Mountain National Park will be reopening tomorrow, courtesy of Colorado taxpayers.  I'm pretty excited about that, and there are few ways I'd rather see my tax dollars spent.

The federal gov't says they're not turning over control to the states, but sooner or later, who pays controls. And in the past there have been states (cough Utah) which have tried to wrest away control of federal lands so they could be opened up for commercial oil/gas/mineral extraction.

So forgive me if I look a little nervous while doing my happy dance.
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I'm in my 3rd week working in Boulder and got a bus pass a couple of days ago. So today was my first multimodal commute. Here's how it broke down:

Left the house at 6:40
Rode my bike for 9.5 miles to a park-and-ride
Got on a bus; read a book
Rode my skateboard about 12 blocks
Arrived at the office at 8:20

My driving commute takes about 50-60 minutes, so if time is money, 1:40 may not sound like much of a bargain. But I get some exercise & extra reading time, and I'm saving some gas and mileage on my truck (which is a terribly inefficient commuting vehicle). Most importantly, it was fun and stress-free. So I'm calling it a win.
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+marc schmidt - it's not a long board, though one of those would probably be better suited to my commuting purpose. But if I ever get good enough to do a trick, I'll be happy that I went with a traditional setup.
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Went hiking up North Maroon peak with +Mark Krempasky on Friday. As he put it, "this is way better than being in the office."
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Hi. I'm really new to producing electronic music, but I've finished a set of tracks (EDM-ish) that I'm pretty happy with. Let me know what you think!

The work was all done on Ubuntu/KXStudio. I'm using Seq24 for writing loops and sketching the arrangements. Drums are all done with Hydrogen, sometimes reinforced with sampled hits. And for synths we've got ZynAddSubFX, Phasex, amSynth, and a little bit of QSynth.  Mixing and mastering is in Ardour plus Calf plugins and JAMin.
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Today the kids and I hiked up to the top of the Golden Eagle trail at Deer Creek Canyon Park. A great end to a fabulous long weekend.
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Yesterday, during what must have been their 13th trip to the Halloween store, the kids bought me a plastic skull with an articulating jaw bone. Today, with a soldering iron and an old bike light, I fancified it a bit.
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Interesting thoughts about getting personal data back out of the companies that collect it and making it useful to the individual.
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We got out for a run before lunch, got a look at some of the flood damage around Boulder. But apparently this was the only pic-worthy thing we came across.
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And here I was thinking that nothing in Boulder was done fast. shrug I suppose you learn something new (and speedy) everyday. ;-)
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