Hello everyone! This is just a quick “check-in” to let you know what’s up in my life. Other than my forthcoming Soundscape Recording Expedition to the western states, the “big news” in my life is that I will be soon be moving out of my studio space of nearly fifteen years, here at the Finger Lakes Land Trust in Ithaca, New York. They are expanding their staff and need my space. I’ve known this was coming for a couple of years, so it is not a big surprise. But it does pose a problem …
Where on earth will I find a new home for my studio? Since I’ll be on the road for 5-6 months, from February into August, I have decided to put off the challenge of locating a new space, and simply throw everything into storage. Then, presumably, I’ll find an adequate solution when I get back home. So, if you live here in Ithaca and know of any possibilities where I might be able to move-in during August or September of this year, please let me know ASAP!
Until I return from my expedition, I’ll be doing business while on the road, using my laptop and headphones … a super-compact, mobile studio solution, quite suitable (I hope) for sharing recordings as I explore western wild areas!
Gurgling Brook (without narration). Recorded in Shindagin Hollow, 8am, 22 January 2017.
Well, I guess that’s it for now. Life always presents challenges, and finding a new space really isn’t a big deal in the grand scheme of things. Right?