Tasmanian rock band blending a range of styles making dynamic music influenced by the space and ambience of Tasmania.Check out our music, some cool photo's, and if you're in Tasmania come for a surf with Mike and Steve.
Rick Gross, tenstring.com, inc., all rights reserved "But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength they shall mount up with wings as eagles they shall run, and not be weary and they shall walk, and not faint." Isaiah 40.3
Dear family and friends,
I had a Wonderful Day today!
I just found out that 6 of my polished songs
have a 5 Star rating.
This news is So encouraging.
I feel that the song lyrics I have done and are
doing lately are going to do good as well.
Nothings Impossible with God taking the reigns!
Blessings to All,
Thank you Thank You thank you: for listening to River of Life!! It's now at #23 on the charts!! I am so thankful to God and all of you out there who are taking the time to listen to it! I give all the credit to My Lord, and the guys, Barry and Bill, did an awesome job on it. My face continues to burn, burn, burn. I know it hasn't been long enough yet, since I stopped using the cream on it, but I was hoping for more relief than this. But, soon it will all just be a memory. THANK YOU AGAIN, for River of Life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...
New oversampling ASIO driver: I bought a guitar processor a while ago (a Zoom G9.2tt to be exact), which has a USB connection with ASIO support. Very convenient for recording. However, it only supports 16-bit 48 KHz.
My own soundcard does 24-bit 96 KHz, and therefore whenever I wanted to add a guitar track, I either had to use an analog connection and record with my soundcard (which means plugging out other sources and plugging the guitar processor in), or convert my entire project down to 48 KHz or less, if I wanted to use the USB connection.
Or if I *really* wanted to have my hands full, I could make a copy of my 24/...