While the rest of the country is on the threshold of Spring, our dear city is in a dog-fight with the elements. My friend often talks about this time of year as the breeding ground for a condition referred to as “Shacky-Wacky.” We’ve been too long inside our incubators and a sort of madness begins to set in. The easy prediction is we will get to summer eventually. Sure, buddy!
Marc Piane has the next Chapter Two of “Outside In“ ready for our May 1st edition. In preparation, this issue reviews Chapter One, and continuity will serve us. What an eclectic talent my friend is… and a damned fine bass player.
The final entry of “Constitutionally Speaking“ is ready for you at the Publisher’s Desk. How “big” do we want our government to be? The truth is it will always be as large as necessary. We talk about why. Be informed.
I interview my great friend and mentor, Gary Lux, for the Studio Rat. Gary is one of the most trusted and valued names in audio production, throughout Hollywood. He passes on his experience and philosophy.
Please visit the articles from our April 1st edition.
On December 2, 1970, Richard Nixon’s administration created the Environmental Protection Agency. We can all join together and sing “Sometimes All I Need Is The Air That I Breathe“ with Steve Buschbacher.