9:56pm On the first of the month, my Patreon patrons will receive volume 11 of my Kaleidoscope project, which includes at least one song written using music based on the math that appears in nature. You guys get a sneak peek this month! Here’s a piece of music I composed using an 8-note microtonal scale based on the Golden Section. This is song #5 for the month and it’s called “Lamppost on Sawyer” and is dedicated to a mysterious and wonderful person that lives on that street.

I pecked away at some more lyrics today, mostly trying to get the choruses together for The Remedy and the bridge for Famous Bones. I figure I’ll sing tomorrow and get those songs finished up. Can I do 5 more songs in 3 days? Well, if I did all instrumental I probably could, but I don’t really want to do that. In fact, I feel like (for me at least) that’s cheating.

Thanks for tuning in, and I hope to share more music with you tomorrow.

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