Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
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The Logo String Art Mandala Synthesizer Mp3 Device

The rain here began an hour ago. It's such a blessing, after so much heat. I'm sure the flowers in our yard garden dance ritual prairie dances of joy, except that even as I write that phrase I secretly hope that the flowers do not have an imagination as predictable and banal as mine.

My wife called to let me know that she has a club meeting tonight, so that I must "fend for myself" for dinner. I think I will go have chicken pho and fresh spring rolls at a local Vietnamese restaurant. I love the way that spring rolls can be "salad in rice paper". I don't like salads very much, but I love spring rolls.

My song "The Feeder Guppy Rescue League" is on a bit of an odd roll. It won the "best male vocalist of the week" in the Comedy section. Most reviewers, though report that they can't hear the un-pre-amped vocals at all, though, which may tell the reader all that the reader may wish to know about the standards of song quality at the comedy section of garageband.com, i.e., "how to win by being inaudible as an improvement on everything else".

I went to halfbakery.com, which I recently joined, to post my idea for the The Logo String Art Mandala Synthesizer, my own contribution to half-baked musical theory, predicated upon the idea of using children's software to create mandalas in virtual space which then play incredible ambient music microtonally.
I wish I spoke Logo. I've forgotten what little I knew. I will put that on next year's New Year's resolution list. I never publicly half-baked before, at the formal website, having confined my half-bakery to this journal and a variety of websites.

But I hear the sound of vermicelli, calling me now.
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