iTunes Debut

An article by David Brooks on November 28, 2007

 

Awhile back, “awhile” in the blog sense, I wrote an article about the Prisoners of Hope CD project. Today I’m proud to announce that you can purchase tracks from the CD through iTunes.

It’s hard to believe I’m actually listed (with Jason McAnally of course) on iTunes for something that isn’t a Podcast, however, it’s a great feeling. I don’t often talk about music anymore, which is sad because it’s such a big part of my life. I will probably be writing articles shortly on audio production but in the past I just haven’t felt inspired to do so since my daily life revolves around web design.

It’s hard to bring myself to write about music when I could be using the same time to write actual music. I would probably find it just as difficult to find time to write about something like, oh say, photography. Oh wait, I do find it hard to write meaningful articles on the things I’m not actively doing every day. That is the whole reason I started the weekly photography section, to force myself to take more photos and actually do something with them.

But I digress. The point is that we’re now on iTunes and you can take a listen to the tracks from a reputable source. No more of this listening to 20 second chunks on my website business.

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David Brooks is the owner of the small creative studio, Northward Compass, based out of Orlando, Florida. He writes electronic and ambient music as Light The Deep, and fantasy stories about a place called Elerien.

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