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  • DIY in the Studio: Acoustic Panels, Monitor Stands and a Pedalboard

    07 February 2016 in Gear -

    In a constant quest to ameliorate my recordings, I’ve realized that I was missing a most fundamental element that is a sound-treated recording environment. So I decided to build my own acoustic absorption panels and in the same DIY run, two monitor stands and a pedalboard. I will go through my process step-by-step in case anyone decides to do the same. All I can say is that it is way cheaper to buy the materials to make it yourself than buying pre-made sponges to stick on the walls.


  • 10 (Two) or the Rocket Radio

    31 January 2016 in News -

    After a nine month hiatus, I am proud to announce a new project I’ve been working on during this time. A double album titled 10 (read “Two”) that promises enchanting music narrating the adventures of a new protagonist sent into space. The story is set at an age when music has become intergalactic. Each planet in the Solar system has a defined musical genre. As radio stations across planets resonate and pirate spaceships broadcast illegal streaming signals, Earth music loses its identity and popularity against music from other planets.


  • Through the Sextant of the Sailing Ark

    10 May 2015 in News -

    Now is a good time to reflect on the current position of this journey. The Ark lifted its anchor about three months ago and here I am, still navigating through the troubled waves of the sea.


  • Timeless Masterpieces of Classic Rock: Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs

    03 May 2015 in Heroes -

    The one and only album by Derek and the Dominos. The epitome of Derek’s multi-facetted musical character yet featuring him during one of his darkest times. None of his previous bands did seem to fulfill his creative inspiration until then.


  • Forgotten Gems of Rock and Roll: Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake

    26 April 2015 in Heroes -

    If it were not for the Small Faces, I would have never written storytelling segments in my album. I have to give entire recognition to Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake for the idea of a narrative parallel in Gizzy Limelight.