On the path…coming up

The music front has been good recently. I met a guy who designs and builds high end mic pre amps that he’s going to let me test.

He sells these buggers for 10 grand to studios all over L.A. I think He said Snoop Dog bought one. It’s a good design and I’m very grateful and excited to get to use it. I plan to cut a few vocal tracks and then run my mixes through it kinda like a mastering bump box. I’ll let you know how it turns out.

So apart from that. I have a couple of tweaks to make on 2 hazel pieces and 1 kids song. Then I’m going to recut a song I’ve been working on called “Cinderella’s Heart”. Part of a trilogy that I approach delicately because after a few days of working on it wipes me out. Music as catharsis you know. That’ll be it for this year.

The job search has produced a CNA gig at a home health agency in the valley. So I’m grateful for that as well. I’m waiting to get into a CPR class because my certification lapsed.

Betty and Herb and Phil are coming into L.A. next week. Betty signed everyone up for a family getaway for Christmas. Looking forward to the experiences and stories that come from this.

And so since the blog is new and I want to keep it going, again for your entertainment and my catharsis; I was thinking of doing a pod cast of 3 of your favorite posts. I wonder what happens to all the posts when we go to 2007?

As we approach the thick of the season. I wanted to share this update.

Oh tomorrow I have been invited to an Ugly Sweater Christmas Party in Valencia.
Betty? Are you reading this?

Thanks for checking in.

Stephen A. Thomas

4 Responses to “On the path…coming up”

  1. Betty Says:

    Of course, I’m reading this! See you soon. Betty

  2. Davak Says:

    Cool! Can’t wait to hear the new tunes. Good to also know that’ll you’ll be able to put food on the table!


  3. brian Says:

    Christmas in CA reminds me of “Better Off Dead.” (of course, it’s 70 degrees here today, so I guess it’s not much different)
    I could send you a bunch of frozen t.v. dinners, or a hamburger that plays like Eddie Van Halen…

    Don’t ski the K12 without me (do you know the street value of this mountain?!?)


  4. Larry Says:

    Sounds like a nice visit. You will have to get Betty and Herb to meet your new friends with the signs and accordian on Sunset.


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