When it comes to pitch. It's all relative. Our minds detect pitch relations in 1/6th increments. It's what we call the scale.
I'm reading a book called "This is Your Brain on Music". It talks about how music exists only in our minds and covers everything from physical acoustics to music theory and all points beyond. When a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, it does not make a sound.
Found a former band mate on Facebook and I'm making him a CD or our material. He's an out of this world keyboard player and guitarist.
Laying down some tracks today and maybe doing a live video of a new song.
Decided to make a tutorial about transferring tracks from my Tascam Neo2488 to my computer. I'm going to bring all of the tracks into a program I use called Studio 1 for editing and mixing. I'll be tweeking some tracks and adding some new drums to a Christmas song I recorded in 2011.
I usually post in the morning but today I'm going to wait and let suspense build. Will he make it in the top ten for the Nation? Hmmmmm
Revamping "Can't wait to Celebrate (Christmastime)" tracks and remixing this week. I hope to have it done by Thanksgiving because everything is usually nuts after that until Santa comes.
Went to listen back to a song idea from a few days ago only to fine out I didn't arm the right channel. Can't remember what I wrote now. I recorded another idea today but I really wish I could remember the other song.
It seems the less time I spend on Facebook the more music I get done. While there is an existential value in social media, I have found it's best to leave it alone most of the time. .
http://metal.wikia.com/wiki/Mike_Hounshell My bio on Metal Wiki. I co-produced a classic metal CD for an Italian label. My involvement with the production of Pentagram's "Review Your Choices" lead to a mention on Wiki. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Review_Your_Choices