Posts Tagged ‘VTS’

After struggling with the programming, the electrorock show in the oven!

November 17th, 2009 4 comments

In the verge of a stress fracture I had to call to my 911 help here in Sweden!

You know I was overwhelmed with work… preparing the show, learning a lot in a very short time (you know new programs, virtual instruments, etc) and with a lot of great projects ahead… it was too much! So I did what I have to do and I called Povel Ohlsson, the other of the producers of Little Devil and I asked for some help… He is a really reaaaaaaally busy guy and this time is the worst for him because he is traveling a lot, but he managed to get some free time for me!!!

That was a huge weight removed from my back, to be honest. I was feeling the pressure in a way that was hard for me to actually enjoy my work! And I love what I do… but sometimes it can be a mess.

But no more worries, he’ll help me out so I can also focus on the rest of the things that need to be done and I have the time to share them here with you! 😛

And by the way, the cover is coooooming!!! yeaaaaaaah!

Lost in Cubase, logic pro, VTS and thousands of plugins!!!

November 9th, 2009 1,117 comments

Remember how Bill Murray was completely upside down with the time and the language in “Lost in Translation”? That’s how I feel with the programming in my Mac!
My absence from the blog is because I have been preparing a different live set, instead of the full band format I used before. Now men (woman, actually) and machine will melt together to give an exciting musical experience… actually my brain is melting literally meanwhile I am preparing the set because it’s so muuuuch and hard work! LOL

Programs, plugins, interface, bmp, MIDI, headset, VTS and many more! Names that before they were just sounds in the producers mouths now they are my only focus of attention!
Thank God I’m not alone and my friend and one of the producers of the record, Fernando Montemurro is giving me remote support! But I might need more help… so start praying 😛

That’s all for now. I promise I will write about the progress of this and I will keep you posted about the rest of my work.