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Episode 146 - Your Bluegrass Bucket List
The future is yours. If you can dream of something it is possible to experience it or create it. Get out a pencil and write down the things you wish to happen. Then get busy making them happen! They all will not work out as planned but your life will be better for the effort.
And, bring along a friend as you check things off your "bucket list." It's always better when you have a "partner in crime".
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Here are a couple of YouTube videos of Jackson's recent creations using his DAW. Not bad for a kid!:
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The music for this episode is:
Intro - Buddy Ashmore and Pony Express singing Prison Walls written by Randy Godwin.
Outro - First is a bit of "Antarctica" by Jackson Laird. It is some "ambient" music he created. I then faded into something he calls "Opus 1". It is certainly not his first creation. I think it is more like opus 401 but the artist is always free to choose his own titles. This thing is a quirky little earworm that you will be whistling and humming for days.
By the way, all of this stuff is created by Jackson--these are not canned loops a la Garage Band. He did these using FL Studio and his Yamaha P45 and who knows what software. You'd have to ask him about the plug ins.