He’s Back!

Finally! Mr. Bowie’s back… but actually, he was never gone. Guess he was only trying to keep a low profile. Right now Mr. Bowie’s looking forward to spring and summer, just like the rest of us in this part of the world. He’s right on top of the really important issue: getting the garden ready for new catnip plants! He has become a real expert on harvesting, storing and drying catnip. I wonder if I should give up my career as a musician and get started into the catnip business…

In the next post, we’ll talk about “eastern European gangs of thieves” and how Mr. Bowie deals with it.

Enjoy this beautiful day, my friends, wherever you are. Peace, love and understanding.

Cat on a Wire

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Just another day at the studio. An attempt is being made to untie this Gordian knot by Mr. Bowie, the studio technician. How many cables do I need to record a pop song?

Happy at Work

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I’m happy! Mr. Bowie, my studio technician, asked me if there was room for a new box. He knows I’m keeping an eye on our studio budget. A positive work environment makes employees feel good about coming to work, and this provides the motivation to sustain them throughout the day and night. Keeping your employees happy and productive doesn’t have to be difficult.

Guess Mr. Bowie was lucky this time because I needed a Lexicon MX400 Reverb/Effect Processor. So, in the end everybody is happy. Right, Mr. Bowie?

Boys Keep Swinging

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“I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it.” – Pablo Picasso

Boys always work it out. The recording studio is almost up and running. I’m experiencing some minor issues regarding the communication between a MIDI interface and the synthesizers. A MIDI setup is the physical connection between all the MIDI devices and the computer. A typical setup consists of a MIDI interface, a computer, and the actual MIDI equipment such as keyboards, sound modules and synthesizers. I’m working to find fixes for the problems. Meanwhile, Mr. Bowie is passionate, excited and eager to learn to play the synthesizer…

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