THE LEARNING CURVE PROJECT

This is a my personal, yet public, journal of my attempt to learn and put into practise the art of making house music to be played in a club. Like many hobbyists out there, I would like the chance to take my music from the bedroom to the main room.

I will not be cutting any corners as I venture on this journey as I go from point A to B and finally to Z in the next year.

Along the way I will be investigating the different genres of house music. Anyone that has an interest in this style of music knows that there are more styles that I can shake a stick at, but I will do my best. I’m also hoping my peers who have made a success in this industry will provide feedback, give professional advice, and answer any questions I may have. It doesn’t matter what style of music or how big they’ve made it, we all have to start somewhere and hopefully, they can share their experiences with me.

I invite you to get involved as well by sharing your story, no matter what it is you do and maybe we can all learn from each others gains and losses.

Final note: I have recently learned that there is a rock band called "The Learning Curve" after setting up this page. I have nothing to do with them and apologise for any confusion.

YOU GOT TO CHECK THIS OUT

YOU GOT TO CHECK THIS OUT

peterfromtexas:

Normandy Beaches in 1944 & 70 Years Later

On June 6, 1944, Allied soldiers descended on the beaches of Normandy for D-Day, an operation that turned the tide of the Second World War against the Nazis, marking the beginning of the end of the conflict. Reuters photographer Chris Helgren compiled archive pictures taken during the invasion and went back to the same places to photograph them as they appear today.

More pictures here

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Over the years I have meet many people that show an interest and have a shining talent in creative arts. As time goes on and I catch up with them I seem to get a common reply ” no. I don’t do it anymore “.

I’ve always found it a shame that someone would just give up on something they love doing. But I must admit that I have never experienced anything to stop me from doing what I love until recently.

Sure over time I slowed down the studio time but I did never just throw the towel in. Everyday I get up, look at my equipment and say to myself ” I need to get back on it” but I haven’t now for what must be a year. Damn just writing this makes me feel sad. I must admit that not doing any music has made me feel really miserable.

I know my stuff still works cause I turned it on just last week. My only excuse for not doing anything is life getting in the way. Yes it sucks and you could say it’s a sad excuse and you would be right to say so.

Do what’s my next move? Start making music ASAP and find me a job that do leave me feeling so exhausted all I want to do is sleep on my day off.

Btw I hate my job with a passion.

itsdeepforhappypeople:

agentbartowski:

laughing-fit:

wastetheday:

“ICEBERG , ICEBERG!”

i’m so done

lettuce have a moment of silence in remembrance of the titanic

I CAN’T

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taint3ed:

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THAT SHIT SOUNDED LIKE IT HIT CONCRETE!! BLESS! 

HAHAHAHHAHAH RED NECKS

"OH SHIT! OK! I’M OUT!" "Oh my god!"

BAHAHA LMFAOOOO

I’M ROLLING IN MY TEAAARRRSSSS AHHAHAHAHA

I’m dying over here

I’M SO DONEEEEE AHAHAHA I CAN’T BREATHE

LMAOOOOOO OMFG I CANNOT THIS WAS JUST A HOT ASS MESS FROM THE START 

They fight so politely. Laughing so hard I got tears in my eyes

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umiko-hitara:

poisonpawz:

zftw:

voyagebysexualdiscovery:

Uh oh

wouldn’t that be awkward

Can I get some credible sources?

Here’s one

and another

and one more for the road

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2014 is here and I would like to wish you all a happy new year, hope you get to achieve all your wishes.

I could tell you that last year, 2013 was not the best year for me, but why bother start the new year on a dark note. Instead let me try to look at the positive side, I survived another year. Things that has happened over the year has given me a nice kick in the butt. After 5 funerals in 1 year, I was not expected and another came quicker than expected it has made me take a good look at how I been using the little time I have. To quote Johnny Osbourne in the 1979 track ‘Truths and Rights’ “Tomorrow is promised to no-one”. I kind of learned the hard way when the boiler thermostat decided to break, created lots of steam what damaged 750GB of music files, a midi controller, a compressor and a pair of studio monitors. 

I’m looking to make this year as productive as possible, I keep on getting invited to work on some tracks, my answer has always been “I will soon”, now I plan to follow through and make it happen. Writing this post is me starting the year as I mean to carry on. I need to go shopping for the studio, look out as I will be adding lots of new content on here before long.