Friday, July 22, 2005

Summer Hours

I went to my friends Matt, Mark and Dawn's CD release party last night. They are in an electronic act called Repair . They had it at Matt and Mark's apartment, which is a huge studio space. They had about 60 or so people throughout the night and with 2 A/C units and 3 fans running full blast, the place was hotter than hell. Most people didn';t seem to mind too much as the free music was worth enduring the heat.

I am in the proces of negotiating a contract for some of my tracks with a site called Beatport. The legal contract is a lil cryptic and hard to understand. I highly doubt I will be making much money from this deal (which I am fine with) but, the real thing I am concerned with is the possibilty that I will loose exclusive rights to my own music for 2 years. I talked to the guys putting this together and I explaind that, so long as I have creative control on how they are used and who gets to use them I am cool with the deal. Not that this would happen but, nothing would be worse than hearing my personal music in a commercial (which is kinda the exact opposite of what my music is about). If I wrote the song specifically for the commercial, that would be a different story. Anyhow, they claim that they will only have exclusive rights for digital downloads so, I will look into this further.

My studio is pretty much done. I have a few odds and ends to finish up but that's about it. I got pretty pissed off the other night when I realized after hooking up everything else that 1 vital cable for my entire studio is about 2 feet too short. After calling about 30 places here in the city, I finally found a place that can order me a longer one for about $25. Phew! THat's is a lot better than the $60 I would paid online. I should have it by Tuesday/Wednesday.

I only work till 1pm today. We have summer hours now and that means I only get to take a 30min lunch each day instead of the usual hour but, it's totally worth it to maximize my weekend! Writing this blog entry has killed a few minutes, and I only got 25 left to go! Huzzah!

Lots of stuff is happening this weekend, including 2 parties I would like to attend. A bunch of the GD crew is coming up to attend one of them, which is Dave's Housewarming partay. I hope to hook up with them at some point.

anyhow, that's enough bloggin' for now.


At 10:46 PM, Anonymous McSpleen said...

dude, I buy most of my tunes from beatport!

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