I had played on another branch of Niklas’ and Oliv’s track already, so I took my bass from there to see if it would also fit on Anne’s wonderful song… here you go…
As always, thanks to my friends for all the fun, and for their wonderful music. And thanks to you for listening.
I added fishi’s sweet sax and also my upright to a wonderful Canadian/German/Welsh and with the sax also American love song:
As always, merci, danke and thanks to my friends from Wikiloops, and thanks to you for listening.
Thanks for everything, and my best wishes for the next ten years…
Wikiloops start page on April 1st, 2021 – after 10 years of great service…
It’s been a pleasure and an honour playing with some of the nicest people from all over the world, wouldn’t have been possible without this…
Richard! And thanks et merci to all the moderators as well 🙂 And to those who support and contribute daily… 🙂
Today I decided to make an album for my colleagues:
The cover image of an album from March 9th, 2021
Thanks to all of my world wide
Wikiloops friends for all the fun. Hear the album…
that new (to me) word only a few days ago, and now here’s a song with it as its title: ‘Snow Moon’ from Shi & FrankieJ. Couldn’t resist to play around with it a bit:
Thank you my friends for that wonderful song, and thanks to you for listening.
After supporting Ardour since a while, and also after purchasing Reaper because I used that on both Windows and Linux, I recently saw
a note in the LinuxMusicians forum that currently Mixbus is on sale again. And following the link, it was indeed reduced by quite a margin, so I decided to get it. I mean, 19€ or $ or 17£, that’s a steal for this program – plus they are also the biggest sponsor of Ardour, that’s why I jumped on it.
For those of you who don’t know what it is, here’s a video ad from its makers:
Harrison Mixbus (v2)
It looks pretty on my desktop (a much newer version 6 compared to the video above:
Editor view of Harrison Mixbus
Mixer view of Harrison Mixbus
Pretty much identical to Ardour 6 on which it is based, plus some added polish / features / plugins. And it also comes for Windows and MacOS like Ardour.
I’m quite curious to see (or rather, hear) what things like their mixer with tape saturation etc. will do, so I’ll dig into that soon, and keep you informed.
As always, thanks for reading, and for viewing.
What a nice track from Martin, couldn’t resist to play around with it a bit…
As always, thanks for listening.
Last week was my birthday, and I got a new lens: the Olympus M. Zuiko 17mm f/1.8 which is wonderful. Here it is on my camera, took that shot using the Google Pixel 4a phone:
New (to me) lens, Mörfelden-Walldorf 2021
Some first images taken
with that lens:
Flowers, Mörfelden-Walldorf 2021
Just a little ad…
Tuna the cat, Mörfelden-Walldorf 2021
As always, thanks for viewing.
Wikiloops collaboration for 2021, masterfully mixed by OliVBee:
As always, merci & danke & thanks to my friends at the ‘loops, and thank you for listening.
The last portrait I took in 2020 was this one:
Tuna on the table, Mörfelden-Walldorf 2020 last portrait of the year 2020
And while I’m writing this, I’m listening to
our member-announced radio show. Have a listen:
Blows me away. That’s so cool, thanks to everyone who contributed here…
And my first portrait of the new year, taken with the Pixel 4a mobile phone:
Tuna sleeping on the carpet, Mörfelden-Walldorf 2021 first portrait of the year 2021
Thanks for reading, viewing, listening.
Happy new year to all of you 🙂 And the same of course to all of my friends over there at
the ‘loops 🙂