Here is the truth about me: I have to love what I do. Otherwise, I wither and wilt like a cut flower that has been left to perish without water. Ok, this comparison might be a little dramatic but it gets the point across. When I love what I do I can work hard, I can stretch, challenge myself, and be of service to others. I can put up with harsh winters, with harsh tours, and with harsh people. But when I do what I love then most people don't even appear to be harsh, the winters are beautiful, and tours are great adventures.
So, my most passionate thing to do is to work in the studio. I LOVE it! To record, and mix, and tweak, and tweak, and tweak, and record more. To mix more, to change big things, and small, to get lost in the world of sound vibration, and to emerge with a great sounding recording- what could be better??
I also love improving my recording studio. Upgrading the rooms and the equipment give me great pleasure, and to share this awesome place with other creative people is just wonderful. I have improved our guest room, yoga studio, and am installing a super quiet, high efficiency AC system in the studio. Recent technical upgrades include another awesome 4 channel mic preamp box (a UA 4-710 for you geeks out there), amongst quite a few other things. Why don't you check out my "studio temple" at www.recordingstudio330.com? I am so proud of this place. Next project: Painting the building. Anybody willing to help in exchange for free studio time?