Monthly Archives: September 2008

Alesis SR-16 Is Still Relevant

Reports of the SR-16’s death “are greatly exaggerated”. Considering how technologically improved modern music production is, some people may find the obsession with recreating vintage instrument sounds puzzling. I too admit to being guilty of taking advantage of the widespread … Continue reading

Posted in Music Production

Your First DAW

Nobody says you have to spend hundreds of bucks just to produce your first song on a computer. I am constantly amazed by the extensive discussions ensuing in various music magazines about the use of digital audio workstation (DAW) software. … Continue reading

Posted in Music Production

A Note on Linksys WRT54G eBay Sales

All you non-geek, uninitiated owners of Linksys WRT54G routers who plan to sell your devices on eBay: bother not with posting a picture; you will impress the most with a serial number. Those of you who have no clue what … Continue reading

Posted in Computing, Technology

End of a Dream and an Era: Richard Wright Passes Away

A founding member of Pink Floyd moves on to “The Great Gig in the Sky” A few things in life can be taken for granted, but Pink Floyd being eternal has been a source of artistic inspiration to me for … Continue reading

Posted in Arts, Entertainment, From the Media, Lifestyle, On the Web

Nightwish Voices

Nightwish was not just Tarja, but Anette is just not Tarja… I cannot even attempt to count how many discussions I have read about the “Tarja vs. Anette” subject, but I have a feeling that the issue will be much … Continue reading

Posted in Arts, Entertainment, Lifestyle

Master Chief Deals with a Fanboy

Posted in On the Web