Happy New Year from Wire to the Ear

I love writing to this blog. I love music tech. Google analytics tells me there are more readers than ever. The podcast test Peter Kirn and I tried out will turn into something real in 2011. What else in two zero one one? Music touch apps are going to become more awesome. WIth more DSP or purer analog designs we are in for treats. Pro-audio hardware and software is going to sound clearer, thicker and more interesting. The best thing is the cost to entry is lower than ever and the worlds “how to” is just a few clicks away for anyone. I will release a new album soon. I will continue on in my day job in the energy business. Every morning before I leave for work and write to you know I do it with care.

I will be in Stuttgart performing this weekend and I will spend and extra two days there with friends. Normal posting will resume Wednesday, January 5. You can follow me on Twitter and Facebook for micro-updates from the road:
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This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on December 30, 2010 at 6:06 am, filed under Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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6 Responses to “Happy New Year from Wire to the Ear”

  1. Marco Costa says:

    Hey Oliver
    happy new year to you too, keep it up with this awesome work you do here and with your music….
    cheers
    Marco

  2. Raytrace says:

    Happy New Year to you too man :D – yeah there deffo is gonna be some great stuff this year on touch devices – I think KORG have set an example and standard which others are bound to follow next year.

  3. Shocker says:

    HAPPY NEW YEAR! ]:->

    good luck with all your plans! awesome things you do!
    And I know there are more THINGS TO COME! :)

    Best wishes!

  4. Daniel Orestes says:

    Smiling…..in a photo? Blasphemy.

  5. HAPPY 2011!!!
    RESPECT FROM BRAZIL!
    =)

  6. theau says:

    Happy new year from France (musikgear). Love your blog and your music. Cheers, Tristan

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