Man, it has taken forever to get this new version of ezmuze to this point, but I think it will be all worth it once it's out. All new loops (over 1000), new automation modes (lowpass and highpass filtering, bitcrusher, delay and distortion), new Trigger FX (retrigger, stretch, reverse, pitch double, tape stop, scratch and more) and finer slice selection so you can cut stuff up real good. It's crazypants.
A few months ago, my weight creep* finally got to me and I decided to do something about it. I've been using the FitBit system, which is a combo of their pedometer/altimeter device thing and their calorie tracking/chart-filled website thing.
That's my weight from February 16th up to just a few days ago. 18 lbs. down, 16 more to go until I'm at my goal weight of 160, at which point I will assess how I look and feel, and determine if I want to stop there or go to 150.
I haven't had to change my eating habits much. I'm still eating burgers, chilli dogs, etc... I'm just keeping track of how many calories it all is, so I know when to stop or how much to exercise to burn some of it off.
I think just being able to see the numbers for how many calories you've put in and how many you need to burn and have burned off is incredibly helpful. Just keep the intake number lower than the burn number and you're all good.
It takes place in the Portal universe, or alongside it, more accurately.
Check it out:
I assisted with the GLaDOS voice FX and the end credits music. :)
Secondly, I put together a bit of orchestral music recently:
Sand Crab Riders
I was going for a sort of cartoonishly evil tone. Bassoons and clarinets carried by a thick bed of strings, brass, choir and percussion. There’s also a bit of celesta and harp in there too with a piano wrapping it all up at the end.