It’s taken me a shockingly long time to become clear about what my twin passions—music and web design—have in common that makes me so passionate about them. But I’ve thought a lot lately about a couple of sub-disciplines of web design: User Interface/Interaction (UI) design, and User Experience (UX). Gradually, associations mixed and matched in my mind, until something finally clicked.
I love creating experiences. Continue reading “Creating Experiences”
Yesterday was the first day that I’d repeated the previous day’s musical idea quite so closely.
I’ve repeated myself before. Sometimes intentionally, but just as often “
by mistake” (let’s call it “without conscious intention” instead). Similar tempos, similar grooves, pretty close on the tone-center, same mode. Melodic motifs—now there’s a pitfall. I’m discovering that I’m going to my go-to melodic gestures quite a bit.
But two days in a row?
It gets worse. Continue reading “The Dangers of Daily Practice”
My Daily Song Project turns 0.4167 today. It feels like far too long since an update. People have asked: “what’s your process? how’s it going?” It’s high time I answer.
It’s going fine, thanks.
Heh, no, I’m not going to leave it at that. Read on for the gritty details. Continue reading “Process Evolution of the Daily Song Project”