Month: March 2012

Many, many apologies

Apologies on many accounts…

You may have noticed that the website looks a bit… bland right now. I’m sorry about that, but it is bitter sweet. I will be relaunching the website with a fresh new look closer to the time that Dorothea’s Boat is to be released. There is still no official date, so I am letting you all make use of its availability on Souncloud until such a time as I am forced to remove it.

I also realise that I forgot to mention some rather fetching news about my good friend and musical colleague, Captain Wilberforce, who was invited to perform live on Dermot O’Leary’s BBC Radio 2 show on Saturday 17th March. For those of you who tuned in, I’m sure you’ll agree that the performance was excellent, and the interview hilarious! Let’s hope that 2012 brings many more big things for The Captain!

And my final apology. Sorry for not updating the news section here very often! Lately I have been extremely busy beavering away off the radar with all manner of business and until something concrete makes itself known to me, I can’t really tell you too much. But it does look like exciting things are in the pipeline. Watch this space…

Whilst I have your attention, though, maybe you’d like to have a look at my new Facebook music page complete with timeline and everything else that I was being urged to make use of.

Until next time, my friends…

Dorothea’s Boat is Lost at Sea

Due to the business involved with music, Dorothea’s Boat’srelease date has been postponed, but for the meantime you can still take advantage of being able to stream it on Soundcloud. Parasol with David Lines is also pending release, but one thing is for sure. Both albums can definitely be considered for the Dynamic Range Day Challenge.

As most of you know, I am an advocate for increased dynamic range in recordings and the information on the Dynamic Range Day website can help dispel many myths of what “loudness” treatment does to records. Go and have a read if you get a chance.

Dynamic Range day is March 16th this year, and whilst Dorothea’s Boat and Parasol are unlikely to be in time for the awards this year, who knows, maybe they will be next year!

Just to recap:

Dynamic Range Day: Challenge Accepted