Here is the slow piece of music I’ve chosen for this Octaver No. 12, I kind of realized it’s not quite as slow as i thought, no matter, enjoy.
Hello audio friends, here is Octaver day 11, yes I know, day 10 is missing and it may show up at some point, but not today. 🙂
There are many fast pieces I could have chosen, and decided on this piece below as I had originally thought of featuring it on one of my Treble Stef episodes.
Is there an ideal length to a piece of music? I don’t think so, listen to find out why.
Our dear Audioboo friend Gwenllian passed away this year, she was such a ray of sunshine and always raised my spirits and helped me to carry on, this is dedicated to her.
I love the human voice, I think it’s a wonderful instrument in its own right. In this 7th installment of Octaver I discuss a few of my favourite singers and give a grocery list of others I listen to .
To me there are certain songs that convey such strong emotions, so certainly I believe that music is the food of love. No tissues were harmed in the making of this Octaver. 🙂
How do I feel when I hear music I love, well, uhm… I love it simply.
Here is my Oct 4 installment right off the MP3 encoder for your enjoyment. I don’t really hum in the shower, but I do whistle and you’ll hear the whole story in this #octaver17 episode.
Here are the first three installments for #octaver17.
Do you have the next great novel brewing? Are you a reluctant Hemingway, Tolkien or Rowling. Today’s #audiomo entry explores a couple of software titles that could help you in the your next literary quest.
The first is a nice lightweight contender, but not light on features.
ywriter5 at http://www.spacejock.com/yWriter5.html
The second software title I mention, called Celtx, is geared more for screenwriting.
Unfortunately it looks like Celtx has gone all cloud-based on me, so no more downloading and using a desktop application. They still offer a free stripped-down version, but I haven’t checked out the latest version, but will do so and get back to you.