It's a wrap, for now...Just thought I would share this excerpt of a recent e-mail:Pretty damned solid Will!You're makin it hard for me to find stuff to call.I suppose this is technically the last episode for you this season. Wish we could celebrate somehow. It's been a solid, solid season for music score. You and your team are definitely killin it, and i'm sure the Bronies will feel it too. They're gonna have youtube videos where they extract the dialogue and SFX and just listen to the score!Thanks for an awesome third season!We were actually taking about this particularly in reference to the score for (omitted). We all agreed that you really took the scores for season 3 to a new level... so thanks for all your work this season!
don't worryseasons, there are many of them, some of them shorter than others, perhaps for special reasons, to be followed by other long seasons.seasons.many seasons.
crispyooof.gotta get it right no matter what.it's a personal thing.i need to get through it, look at it and know that I feel it is right.no getting lazy.no letting things slide.it's about "I am good with this."crisped.
seagullsI was sitting on the beach with Eleanor and we were staring at two seagulls a few feet away from us. They were staring at us, hoping for some of the potato chips we were eating."Stupid scavengers," Eleanor said.I watched the birds, saying nothing for a minute. But then I said:"They're noble birds of the sea, not stupid scavengers. Look at how beautifully they are colored, the same as the sand and the clouds in the sky. And look at how their beaks are made to stick deep into the sand to burrow for crabs. And look how elegantly they hold their position against the wind, and how they can fly for great distances across the open sea."We stared at the birds."They are beautiful, dad.""I know, Eleanor. It's a little sad.""Why, Dad?""Well, Eleanor, it is because of humans that they are distracted from their noble, original purpose. And what of our original purpose? Are we so much different? Look at us, chasing after cars, money, power, fashion, position. How much different ar
turning it onSafe. Surrunded by glowing lights and things.so many amazingly talented people and the everfree people were so accommodating and everything was so much fun and everyone said so many nice things to me and when I got on the stage to introduce a band I got as far as "hi I'm will anderson" before the applause was so deafening you would have thought the beatles were on stage. It was so humbling.I don't even know where to begin so I won't.Grateful.Humbled.Back to work.Turning back into a pumpkin.
scrap artisti'm a scrap artist.I take what is laying around and make it work.My Korg M3 Keyboard is so huge - the awkward position of the mouse and keyboard ends up straining my hands like crazy.I thought it was just me getting older, but Kelly has been working with me in my room daily and after a week, she has the same thing.Kelly is 28.So last night I totally took apart the entire keyboard. My daughter thought I was crazy. I took off the frame entirely and separated out the module and put it back. Working great! Way better ergonomics! No more Aleve! I had no qualification to do what I did. I shoulda taken a picture. There was a point where there was no turning back. I had completely disassembled the thing, lumping all the different sizes and shapes of screws into a coffee cup without any regard to where they came from.It was fun. I got it done. Cut it down. Made it tiny.Then I put the module in, it needed a better angle so I just put a rolled up a towel and stuck it under the back, then p
Magic MathSix shows deep.But then, how can six be half of thirteen?It is simple.Because thirteen already exists.And so six plus sixEquals thirteen.