The other night I told Earl that I didn’t want my DJ gear anymore. At the time I thought I spoke the truth but I have since realized that I was completely wrong. Wrong wrong wrong. I used to be good at DJing and mixing. Back in the day I had mixes and edits that were played across the country, and those were made with vinyl records, four track tape and a bunch of splicing equipment.

I have to find that groove again. I have little interest in what passes for popular music today but I think I could do some pretty nifty things with some well-known tracks. I have some ideas. My creative streak wants to be addressed. I need to get these ideas out of my head and into something that others can enjoy.

It’s not time to get rid of my DJ equipment. It’s time to fire it back up.


    1. That’s what inspired me to reevaluate the situation. I’m intrigued by the new version of Logic Pro, though I don’t like that I can’t try it out before buying it. I miss the 30 day trial versions of software.

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