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A correction and an update:

Correction: The Alesis Fusion HD Support Forum on is down, however, a new one sprouted up rather quickly so it's back up again. It's here for those who are into the Fusion synth thing. I do get a decent amount of traffic from the Alesis web site, which all started by the guys at Hollow Sun championing the idea that my music should be featured as demo songs for the Fusion synth, so.. it's only fair I link up the new forum in a post. Once again, it's here. 🙂 And if I haven't said it enough, I'll say it again. Thank you Hollow Sun and Alesis. You guys rock as always.

Update: Inspired by another musician, I've finally decided on what to do for my next release. The idea is basically this: Imagine you are creating music for a kick-ass video game. Ask yourself questions such as What would it sound like? and How many different levels would there be? and you get the idea. Well.. even if you don't, that's what I'm doing. 🙂

Even though these songs will have a repetitive techno-type nature to them, they still groove really well. But you'll hear 'em soon enough. No, I don't know when I'll be done with them, but chances are they'll be finished either by the end of this month or before mid-December. Somewhere around there.

Stay tuned..

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