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artist: Susan Curry
Copyright 2017 Susan D. Curry
artist: dcoyusa
Our mind and hearts need to be open to Jesus
artist: firesong
From my 40th Anniversary of Songwriting Concert...Nov. 11,2017
title: Completed ; Produced by lightuzamaki
title: Eve ; Produced by Frenzy Frenchy
Worship song with Romans 8 focus in the style of he whose name rhymes with Shelton Hahn
8 ; Produced by Enigma
title: Rise
"Set Me Free" EP says Frank Palangi, an Indie American recording artist serving up a feeding frenzy of gritty,
artist: dcoyusa
jesus is the living water
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Rick Gross
Christian Rock
"It's Gonna Rain"
Rick Gross,, 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
about me "the Begg inning": I Was Born on an Army Base in Pittsburg California. "Camp Stowman". it's gone now. when i was really young i Lived in Manhattan Beach. and Attended Foster Begg Junior high was 1965 and i was in trouble all the time. they said it was an Attitude Problem "i am still Pretty sure it was them with the "Tude". they used to make us line up millitary style and march us to our homes in Drills in case of Atomic Attack they would walk us block by block to our houses take Names and wait till they counted heads and stuff. i kept just jumping on my bike and riding directly to my house. "it pi...
YOUR THOUGHTS: I discontinued using a hardware mixer a while back, Instead optioning for the virtual. I found that when I was using a control surface mixer, I tended to look at the control surface when I grabbed a fader or knob and then looked up at the monitor to check whether it is doing what I wanted it to do. The screen is controlling my mix, so to me it's faster to just go there with the mouse. It is also more efficient for me get an overall level for a track, and then to draw in volume automation when something jumps out or is too soft. It is just my process. Your thoughts?...
Practice Bombs!: Yo, I put a couple acoustic diddys on the play list- just a couple concept type things. More to come.
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