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From The Digital Sweatshop
The Music, Art and Travels of Alan D. Oldham a.k.a. DJ T-1000.


Wednesday, August 10, 2005

I've been working on this track for a week, getting the EQs right and everything. It's not techno at all, but it's still dance music. It's gonna have vocals. Yes, I'm gonna sing on it. It won't be under the DJ T-1000 name, but a new psuedonym.

These remixes for "Elektrofive" are almost done. Nope, still not gonna tell you who the remixers are (there's a clue somewhere in this blog, though). It's nobody you'd normally associate with my usual style, like Ben Sims or anyone like that. I did vocals for that one, too.

I'm telling you, I don't know about 4/4 these days. When it comes to playing out, yeah. But as far as production, I'm all about new things at the moment. Sometimes I feel like I've said all I have to say with 4/4. That could change though.

The gig offers are coming in now that I'm moving to Europe. We'll post them here as they're finalized, of course. I'm excited to be getting out of here. I went out yesterday and bought me a big ol' suitcase. My last one got smashed by Air France last year =P

I got an e-mail out of the blue today from this woman named Ruth, a old friend from Wayne State. She used to date a friend of mine and we became friends, too. She was surfing the web and came across some of my art. I was doing the "Johnny Gambit" comic and "Fast Forward," too, back when I knew her, in the '80s. What a blast from the past.

OK, back to work on this track. I'm recording it now.

Thanks to Steve Tang for loaning me his Quadraverb.

-AO :: 2:09 PM ::


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