I've actually managed to do quite a lot of music-related stuff in 2016. From organizing MusicHacking events in Brasilia, to more music for dance, to technoshamanic remixes to podcasts and more.
This year I want to explore more raw, self-built, "ataripunk" style electronics.
And more free software. How do I produce more, "finished" music using things like Faust and Sonic Pi and Ardour and qtractor etc.
I want to get more of it out there and people listening to it.
Speaking of which, if anyone ever felt the need to own any (or all six) of the official gbloink!tunes albums while making a small contribution to my future works they are now all up on BandCamp :
One thing that I'm pondering is how to represent my music.
For a while I've depended on SoundCloud as my main music showcase. But actually I want to write more about making music. Particularly with Sonic Pi and Faust and other free-software. Where should I do that?
Well, how about a blog called "Composing"? Even if it has been mainly for political venting in recent years.
So ... here's the question ... should Composing return to being my main music / music-software etc. blog?
One reason my activity declined here a bit (apart from Google doing an appalling job of keeping Blogger a cool and relevant platform while things like Medium and WordPress rolled over it in terms of ease of use and functionality) is that I don't like to be so dependent on Google or give them primary control of my content.
If I do choose to focus on music here in the next year ... I'll need to have a back-up / mirroring strategy. Maybe RSS-grabber but ideally something that creates content I own first, and mirrors it here.