A busy month and a broken arm...
I have been a little bit quiet on here of late, I would love to say it's because I have spent the end of the Australian Winter hibernating in the studio, but that would not be true. Instead I spent a fair chunk of time marking exams and assessments over the last couple of weeks in August, and didn't find a great deal of time to write music, although my students put in some stellar efforts and produced some amazing music. So that makes it all worthwhile ;)
Of course, when I finally got some momentum going writing music again, I managed to fall off a bike in Tasmania and break my right arm. So I have been learning to type one handed and control Ableton Live with my left arm, which felt incredibly awkward at first but is now feeling quite natural. The good news is it was a clean break, and secondly I had almost finished a new 3 track EP during the week prior to breaking it. So now I just need to put the finishing touches on the tracks later this week and it will be ready to find a home. Look forward to sharing it with you all when it is ready.
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This is where I share my ideas on music making and creative process, along with tips for the getting the most out of Ableton Live . You will also find this space interspersed with off topic, but equally interesting posts about coffee, food and single malt whisky.