infrequent at best...

Tomorrow, the good news is, I get to play with firefighters and cars. They cut them open, we pull people out of them with simulated injuries. The unfortunate part: it's going to stop being summer by tomorrow and we will be standing around or strapped to back boards in colder weather.

My question, though undoubtedly no one much reads this, is what's the best way to go about creating and sharing music files? I am going to need to be doing some musical collaboration in the upcoming months and am trying to figure out what options I have, aside from garage band, which I already know about.

Emmy sent this video about quakerism. I kinda think it's pretty cool.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XlMkK4_kTg

And, to finish, please think happy job thoughts for jordan. Another rejection, check. Boo on them.

3 comments:

ella said...

boo, indeed. Thinking of you, jordan. And warm thoughts to the whole household.

Court said...

I will direct you to the Indie Band Survival Guide (http://www.indieguide.com/). The book and site were written by some good friends of mine and the site has all sorts of resources that might come in handy. I'm sure they've got a link to some site you've never heard of that would be perfect for whatever it is you're thinking about doing.

Jordan Funkler said...

What Annie didn't say about the Quaker video she posted is the title: Dance party erupts during Quaker meeting. It's a funny music video about the issues young Friends face. I liked it.