Moment of truth: As our regular website visitors know, we have done a major redesign of our website about three months ago, and it was time to take a look at all the feedback we got. All of you who noticed that little orange triangle in the bottom right corner and clicked on it – we got your response.  So, the results are in, and the winner is….

Well, what can we cay: it looks pretty, pretty  good, with 4.6 grade, our website is apparently above Global average. Thank you very much!


So what are our visitors interested in leaving feedback on:


A few compliments – always welcome, thank you, everyone… And couple of suggestions and bug reports. Nice. We really can’t ask for more.

On our part, we will continue to improve both website design, as well  as the music that is found here. Looking forward to seeing more of your feedback in the future. It’s always only a click away.

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‘Music Is Best Enjoyed Live” is our credo, and this time we have a really nice example: “A Little Lie”, new uptempo bluesey  tune (that would probably feel @ home with artists such as Bonnie Raitt and Susan Tedeschi) written by George Solo has been delivered with amazing energy by Stacey Bulmer while taping a live video clip.

We are looking forward to finishing Stacey’s first EP. To stop any rumors right here: no, Stacey is not related to Christina Aguilera. No, really. Stay tuned for more songs and amazing performances from Stacey and George.

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Over the weekend, the lasted version of the Cakewalk Sonar Studio (8.5) has been installed on our DAW (Digital Audio Workstation). One of the great features of the Sonar software line is that it allows two versions to co-exist on the same computer. In other words, all our current and the past projects can be opened in the latest OR the previous version. This virtually eliminates any risk of compatibility and allows for a smooth transition.


In addition to the great sounding plug-ins, such as Lexicon Pantheon SE reverb, Channel Tools, the Sonitus effect suite and Boost 11 mastering peak limiter, large number of virtual instruments ( such as Pentagon I, a analog retro sounding synth which includes vocal modulating, vocoder capabilities), improved workflow, according to many reviewers should result in more better sounding productions done faster.

Initial feel is very good, and it looks promising.

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