This was originally the posting of a personal account on audio production many months ago. This felt like the best candidate for merging with a new status update on Harney-Barrow. But this is not a clean cut post like the previous ones.
|An old wash of paints. Suspect it's from 2018.|
I have made less than 10 minutes of professionally recorded audio ever since that point in time has passed. This is not good. Before buying this new interface and effects pedal, I was able to generate new audio files every week, whether it be an impromptu acoustic jamming or an old Yamaha "practice piano". I made a compilation album that was over two hours long.
Really, probably Linux killed it.
The Harney-Barrow music project that began in 2014 had always been intertwined with the GNU/Linux operating system from the start. But I had always stuck with using Audacity, even to this very day.
In a way, one can see this formation of creative block I haven't encountered. Or is this a case of burnout? After all, my attitude on the case of 'power user' usage and subjects such as the command line ecosystem has been demonstrably soured after years of everyday use. My enjoyment of computer technology has long since dried up several years ago. Didn't need to get a job in it to smother my few remaining hobbies.
|Quick and dirty play with printer ink.|
H-B website must transfer the old site onto something more stable, now that hosting has priced up again. The exercises have returned but the mental blocks are strong. This year of absence has left further regression to come back. The Harney-Barrow brand will not die like this. Not in continuous effort deficiencies.
|Another scribble of older quality.|
Thank you for reading.