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At 2:33pm on October 25, 2010, Kirk Mathew Gatzka said…
I forgot to use the link maker here is the link to my blog. - Kirk

gatzkART!
At 2:31pm on October 25, 2010, Kirk Mathew Gatzka said…
Steve,

Thanks for the compliments! I do digital art for my blog listed in my profile. I use various graphics programs to "construct" an image. And for a trial period I had Adobe's Lightroom which allowed me to adjust photographs I took of my own guitar and my son's guitar. I enjoy a grungy feel of images so I do use Texture backgrounds. I usually explain how I do them on my blog.

http:\\gatzkart.blogspot.com\

Lately I've done a few images of our new Grandson Zeke (Ezekiel) and some others not guitar related.

"Collision Warning" was a blast, it seems the more enjoyable they are to create the better they sound! Very happy you enjoyed it too!

Kirk
At 11:42am on September 2, 2010, stephen bailey said…
hey steve so your a teacher my wife is at school right now she has a 4-5 split.........thanks for inviting me as a friend . your my first friend from the usa.have a good one
At 11:47am on August 12, 2010, Kirk Mathew Gatzka said…
Steve,

I have had many suggestions to make changes in my songs, so the question you raised is a good one. How many times can you reshape a tune and should you copyright every change in succession? I'm afraid I don't have an answer for that.

My guess is it is up to the songwriter how he copyrights his tunes and whether or not to copyright successive changes. I am not sure you could use the same "titles" as you have already copy written the original tune!

I think you've raised a group of questions with your thoughts, and I am no expert! LOL!

Kirk
At 7:42am on August 11, 2010, Kirk Mathew Gatzka said…
ISA is Full right now and not accepting any new members according to their site home page. It is in Ireland it seems.

Thanks for the heads up!

Kirk
At 1:34pm on July 18, 2010, John Lillo said…
Thanks Steve, I appreciate it!
At 1:07am on June 18, 2010, attybong said…
thanks steve...
At 9:36am on June 17, 2010, Reuel Blackwell said…
Thanks for commenting Steve much appreciated ...Ron
At 3:19am on June 15, 2010, Russell Ballantine said…
Thanks for the comments Steve. Sorry about the bar chords, I hang my head in shame. Seriously though I thought the sparse accompaniment worked well when the melody goes down the octave. Interesting you feel it didn't. I'll maybe rethink what I'm playing at that point. Good feedback.
I had a listen to your stuff,keep it up some good sounds there.
At 6:23pm on June 12, 2010, Tony Burt said…
Hi Steve , thankyou for your feedback on the Video
Hope all is going well with your CD .. and the Mac.. been using them for years ,, recording using Logic,
the tunes you have posted here are good ,, look forward to hearing the end result
Cheers
Tony
At 4:18am on May 28, 2010, Robert Hancox said…
Thanks for the comments on my songs, Steve. There's still a lot to learn but it is a blast. I have a lot more on my YouTube page, if you care to check 'em out.
At 3:54pm on May 1, 2010, Diane Bushemi said…
Hi Steve. Thanks for the compliments on my tunes. I like yours, as well. While it is a rough recording (so are mine) I think the melody and guitar are quite lovely.
At 7:33pm on April 30, 2010, Jeff Lustick said…
Steve,

I just listened to "You're All I Need"-as the guys on the Home Recording group said the vocals do need to be up in the mix but that is something you will figure out the more recording you do. I frequently have trouble getting my recordings to be loud enough but I'm working on it!!!! I use different recording software than you do (Pro Tools) but I am also learning my way around it but the journey is fun. I did like your song (I bet your wife did too) and your guitar playing came throught loud and clear. What Taylor do you have???

Jeff

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