Entry #28

Bicentennial Milestone Post

2016-03-23 19:01:29 by camoshark

Wait... where did this come from though? Ô.Ô

Well this is a bit embarassing... I should probably post something then, maybe even publish something new, for a change?

I guess it's time for an Impromtu Q&A!


Alright seriously, where've you been?

I haven't really been active here recently for the simple reason that I haven't really made much in all that time that appeals to this channel. I've obviously been doing lots of IRL stuff, but mostly things of a personnal nature, or otherwise unrelated with music. Which brings me to my next point...

What about music? You haven't stopped music altogether, have you? D:

Of course not! In fact, I've actually just managed to obtain a fairly decent recording of the thing that's taking the most of my time. As many of you may already know, I'm the musical director of a drum corps called Les Ambassadeurs de la Montérégie (The Montérégie Ambassadors), which commissions a whole 15-minute opus from me each year. This is something that takes a lot of planning and effort, but I find it to be very rewarding, so I dedicate a lot of my time to it.

As a celebration of today's amazing milestone, I've decided to upload it here!

Additionally, I have very recently acquired an arranging gig with the Orchestre de Jeux Vidéo (Video Game Orchestra), for which I have been playing with for the past few years. No recordings yet, but I'm very excited to share what I'll be doing for them with you!

Until then, you can have a listen to one of our latest show's songs:

Future stuff?

I'm always working on something, and a few of said projects are due to be released soon (TM) , so be sure to keep an eye out in the following weeks!


I'm afraid that's all for today folks, hope this at least clarifies a few questions people might've had, and I hope to be able to share more of the stuff I'm doing IRL soon enough!

Thanks again for your amazing support, and here's to another 200!

Cheers,

-Sam


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