Tag Archives: Perfecting Sound Forever

This little blog is growing up…

I’m completely unqualified to write a book about music. I’m not letting that stop me. I’m just being honest. I don’t play an instrument. I have only the most rudimentary understanding of how the essence of music theory translates to … Continue reading

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Looking for It: Part Two

I used to say I don’t blog because if I did, I’d never have time to write. In my writing life, I see myself as a novelist, and I have to fight to fit that role into the confines of … Continue reading

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Mohr Fire

I open the unmarked side door and Paul waves me in. “Have a seat.”  Paul points to the big comfortable couch on a platform behind where he and Matt sit at the console.  Tamra Hayden raises her voice in the iso … Continue reading

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Perfect

…perception doesn’t just blind us to the small and unnecessary, and music isn’t just a magic mirror. A lyric’s image, a note’s reinterpretation of a theme, can freshen our senses, peeling back perception’s tyranny and returning us to the experiences that have shaped and reshaped who we are. Continue reading

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