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Sunday, August 05, 2007

Focusing In More

In thinking about the future and the direction of things, I decided that now is the time to focus in on particular topics, and to begin compartmentalize things. So, in order to do so, I created several new blogs with pinpoint content.

The first of the blogs is a blog or bloga dedicated to Latino Fiction, in which submissions from writers will be posted and shared. I hope that a community can develop to further this niche of literature. Below is the link to the new bloga.

Latino Fiction: Short Stories, Poems, Flash Fiction, Novellas

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Second, I have started a blog on dogs. It's more about "dog-spotting." Since I travel so much, I get to see a lot of beautiful canines, and I want to feature them in this site. I've started with a little story about the one who got me hooked on such creatures. Check it out:

I Look For Dogs All Day

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Third, I will create another focusing on Mute Math Tours, specifically dedicated to only one tour per blog. I hope to incorporate more content from others (such as fan reviews and comments, independent journalism, fan videos, MM video blogs, etc.) A link is soon to come.

This blog, my main blog, will continue to focus on bass and bass lessons, and in particular, anything technically associated with playing in Mute Math.

Thanks for reading and please feel free to ask questions and leave suggestions.

I'll leave you with another performance piece. Lessons will be soon to follow:







1 comment:

Philip said...

Very nice improv Roy! Unfortunately my DD-5 was stolen some time ago and the only option was the DD-6. The built-in tap tempo really cramps my style; I'm longing for the external tap pedal ...

How do you record your bass for these videos? It sounds really full and clean - is it just a DI signal?


Vintage Cab I used on MM debut (this is my dad's); it has two 15" Jensen speakers.