So I’m sure you know how I create my music by now: A case of record, draw MIDI, automate, mix, record more, draw more MIDI, mix again, automate more, reautomate, remix, cry, and finish off with mastering the borderline finished mix to avoid further stress and self loathing. Then releasing it, pretty quietly and unacknowledged.
Although it doesn’t get you all the listens or radio airplay, it’s a great way to build up your portfolio, and in some cases hone your skills.
Since starting Homeless Shakespeare, the recording and production side has been a constant lesson in development for me. Before even purchasing an interface to record audio I was producing electronic music (be it at a very low quality, still) under the name Call Me Caveman. This name will, at some point, make a return; probably as an electronic LP.
Either way, I dawdle. Basically, amidst the chaos, confusion and high blood pressure of producing WAVES, I found myself craving escapism. This therapy was achieved with creating some new electronic music, and revisiting my old works!
I can’t give away too many details, but it will coincide with the WAVES launch, which will happen over the course of weeks from November onwards! So consider this a gentle reminder to keep your eyes peeled for spontaneous releases!
Maybe even, like, in the next few days?