Monthly Archives: July 2015

Pattern Recognition: Entryways

Anything that flows information or physical objects in one direction, can likely feed them in the other direction as well. Often this is clear and obvious, but in moments when time and attention are not available the “opposite direction” is less obvious. Learning to identify the pattern of Entryways can be useful in strategic considerations. In a defensive […]

Some data on a 100 day content project: listens

Followers of this blog have probably been wondering what has taken over the site for the past 100 days. The 100 Days of Bass project is a fun content experiment I’m running. Initial listen data for the project regarding listening behavior of the audience Data on listening is coming from Soundcloud’s analytics. I have a pro […]

100 Days of Bass. Day One Hundred.

Here it is, last day of 100 Days of Bass. Hope you’ve enjoyed them as much as I’ve enjoyed making them!

100 Days of Bass/Day 99

One more day to go. Letting the Creston fretless sound like a fretless in today’s 100 Days of Bass entry.

100 Days of Bass: Day 98

the bass pedal with the most knobs ever

A little more synthbass before 100 Days of Bass draws to a close.

100 Days of Bass: Day 97

Only three more days left in 100 Days of Bass.

100 Days of Bass: Day 96

Ibanez, 18" Eden, Glockenklang

Here’s the Glockenklang sounding clean for 100 days of bass.

100 Days of Bass: Day 95 with some bowed double bass

The 100 Days of Bass thing has eaten into my bowed bass practice time, as evidenced by this entry. But I figured I should put some in before we finish!

100 Days of Bass: Day 94

fretless bass with solid state beef

I may not have lines on the fretless bass, but I do have a pencil. This is part of the 100 Days of Bass project.

100 Days of Bass: Day 93

bridge on an ibanez rb800 bass

Gliding into the final week of 100 Days of Bass.