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October 3, 2006

Greetings From The Woodshed

This week, I’ll mostly be woodsheddin’. I love the phrase “woodshedding.” It’s suggestive of seclusion, hard-work and not a little bit of punishment. Musicians use it describe periods of intense and physically demanding practice. After my film course, which invovled composing direct into the computer, I’ve decided to bracket some time out to really get […]

This week, I’ll mostly be woodsheddin’.

I love the phrase “woodshedding.” It’s suggestive of seclusion, hard-work and not a little bit of punishment. Musicians use it describe periods of intense and physically demanding practice. After my film course, which invovled composing direct into the computer, I’ve decided to bracket some time out to really get my fingers back on the strings and feel some live music again.

So it’s time to swap the mouse for the plectrum, the sequencer for the metronome and “spank the plank,” as the country players say. Blogging, reading and life in general will continue of course, this is no fast – rather it is pure playing joy.

[tags] Woodshed, Woodshedding [/tags]

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