Studio evolves with a boom arm. I'm not sure why it took me so long it invest into a arm for my microphone, now both hands can be free to play synths while I talk in my videos. Damn stoner. I'm happy with the evolution and have a new older 90's synthesizer hitting the studio this weekend, amped to get that monster in the studio.
I've been buying a few older Ensoniq synthesizers because the price tag is just to good. The size is something a lot of people don't want to deal with in the modern age of smaller devices, which can lead to some killer prices.
I fixed my Ensoniq ESQ-1 which had a faulty chip, the replacement chips cost 20$ on ebay and I was able to swap them out in about 40 minutes. After a system reboot it worked 100%, amped to have this beast back in the studio. Released in 1985, it's 35 years old and still packs a punch.
I'm pushing my You Tube, content and music harder than ever and I'm closer than ever to my goal of being 100% independent with my work. It's been a crazy hard, long road with many turns, failures and successes. It's not easy carving out your own space and being able to support yourself off it, most people don't blow up over night and it's a long road.
I'm going to try and be more active on the Smoke.io blockchain via these blogs. I hope to get 3/4 out a week but time will tell how that evolves. I need to thank Smoke.io for being one of the best blockchain projects in the space. I always feel very welcome here.
Till next time, keep smoking !