September went fast

I'm so close, I can taste it. After finishing up Into The Shade, I moved on to Interlude #1, re-recording all the guitars and replacing the string pad with a string quartet (thanks to Dimension Pro).

I've left Slaying The Dragon as-is for now - but it is only 70% complete so I will have to come back to it eventually - and have jumped into Future Imperfect, re-recording the bass; revising the "trumpet" synth with CS80V goodness; and re-doing the drums with my current SPD-20 + Addictive Drums combo.

Oh, and Cakewalk released a new version of their flagship digital audio workstation software, SONAR X2. I didn't expect to adopt it (because I hated the X1 release) but I've been impressed with the changes - look out for my review/criticism write up in the near future.

One other thing: I've decided to give Strange But True another look. I think I rushed the process of review earlier this year, and when I hear it in context of other work I've finished recently, it's not holding its own. That's depressing for me (see the first sentence in this post) but I think it is worth the extra effort.