Two New Software Requisitions

I recently picked up two new software packages one is ” Shevannai – The Voices of Elves” and the other is “Vocaloid”.

I haven’t had much time to work with either one of them but I did flash up Shevannai and it amazing.

I’m still working away on the six tunes I have in the queue presently. One of the ironic things I’ve noticed is that sometimes tunes that you don’t think Are not going to go anywhere, end up being one of the better tunes. I guess sometimes you can never tell until get there.

The tune Electrostatic Umbrella is my pride and joy and very excited to see what happens when I finally release it.

I am finally starting to see my music work in a new light. I’ve gotten over the mountain of a learning curve of my DAW and the more audio production videos I see and writing I do only validates all these years of work and personal sacrifice and the whole thing absolutely worth it.

I am so thankful that I have been able to survive all the things that I have gone though all these years. It’s been a monster sub-career/long-term project (that I laughingly call a “hobby”) that has gone on for over 37 years. I am finally (at least artistically and technically) starting to see come to a fruition.

And without the kind and gentle intervention of God and the present state of music technologies, it would never have been possible. So I am very thankful for what I have and the art I have been permitted to create (even if no one other than myself gets to experience it).

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About Kevin Atwood

Kevin Atwood is a Canadian multi-instrumentalist and composer, working in a style that blends progressive art rock and electronic music.
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