August 2019...

Allie Hammond and I released a full length record in October 2018, entitled The Long Winter.  You can hear it on Spotify, iTunes, etc.  It was a five year effort. It was a heavily produced and deeply layered project, produced by Ojo Taylor and I.  You can here the album here.

I am now recording on the furthest extreme of the sonic spectrum.  I am recording an acoustic album.  It will be a ten song project, with just me on guitar or piano, and vocals.  My wife Debbie has been asking me for a simple, sparse album, so this is for her.

The new album will be entitled Sing For The One.

Sing For The One is all about singing and playing for whomever will listen and appreciate the music, even if it's just one person.  From a spiritual standpoint for me, it's about singing for the One...Jesus.  He is the One who has given me a song to sing.

There is no release date for this project, but I am increasingly learning to enjoy the process, and not fret about the destination.  I'll be mixing and mastering this project on my own, so the journey may be slower but it will be good.

While you're waiting for this project to come out, sit back and revisit The Long Winter on Spotify.

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Thanks for reading....blessings.

Bill

The home studio.  I record with Logic Pro X. I normally use an Audient iD22 interface, but I'm currently borrowing a Universal Audio Apollo interface.  Thanks James Walker. (Gear envy) I've grown fond of the Shure SM 81 for the acoustic guitar, and... (are you ready?) for vocals. The 81 seems to capture the sweet spot in my voice, so that has been a very nice surprise.  I also have a Rode NT-1A, and a couple of Pacific Pro Audio tube mics.

My monitor speakers are 1st generation RKR's.  They are passive, and super flat for mixing. I power them with a Behringer amp.

I love the process of writing, practicing, rehearsing, and then recording music.

The home studio. I record with Logic Pro X. I normally use an Audient iD22 interface, but I'm currently borrowing a Universal Audio Apollo interface. Thanks James Walker. (Gear envy) I've grown fond of the Shure SM 81 for the acoustic guitar, and... (are you ready?) for vocals. The 81 seems to capture the sweet spot in my voice, so that has been a very nice surprise. I also have a Rode NT-1A, and a couple of Pacific Pro Audio tube mics.

My monitor speakers are 1st generation RKR's. They are passive, and super flat for mixing. I power them with a Behringer amp.

I love the process of writing, practicing, rehearsing, and then recording music.