Close up of a keyboard.

Every Way to Love YouThe Japanese Flag.

CD jacket for 'Every Way to Love You' showing the silhouette of a couple kissing, with a red sky in the background.

There are many ways we can express our love for someone, and it's often the smallest ways that mean the most. The somewhat melancholic mood of Every Way to Love You – originally titled Thinking of Every Way to Love You – is a reflection on this idea.

A new electric piano and an eagerness to use its sound served as the impetus to start this composition. The beginning of the piece was built around two chords, afterwhich the bass and drum parts were added, followed by the acoustic piano melody and other instrumental sounds. To contrast the subdued tone I wanted a stronger statement near the end so added a powerful electric guitar solo. However, the piece returns to its forlorn mood and finishes with just an acoustic piano. Ironically, the electric piano that was essentially the starting point for this piece was replaced with a different electric piano in the final production presented here.

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May 29, 2017. New this month is a selection of six Royalty Free Radio Jingles.

April 30, 2017. After a half-year break from adding new material to this site, I've added an article / review on Headphone Holders.

Sept. 29, 2016. In the final part of how to design and build a DIY Music Production Desk, I show the finished product, and provide further information on cost, construction time and more.

Aug. 30, 2016. In Part 4 of how to design and build a DIY Music Production Desk, I talk about stainng and varnishing.

July 12, 2016. This month, in Part 3 of how to design and build a DIY Music Production Desk, I detail the construction process.

June 16, 2016. This month, in Part 2 of how to design and build a DIY Music Production Desk, I look at the preparation needed..

May 30, 2016. This month sees the start of a series on how to design and build a DIY Music Production Desk. Part 1 this month looks at the design process.

April 29, 2016. This month I have added a short article on Trumpet Psychology to the Musicians' Corner - an essential read for aspiring professionals.

March 29, 2016. This month the Selected CD Reviews section has been updated with four additional audio files.

Feb. 24, 2016. A new photo has been added to the Gallery of a Valentine's Day concert I played at this month, accompanying various artists.

Jan. 14, 2016. New in the Reviews section this month is a look at PMC's TB2 Nearfield Monitors.

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Sometime Somewhere...

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A relaxing Smooth Jazz CD. Listen to extracts of all 12 tracks now.

 

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