It’s not quite as dramatic as it sounds, but by some perspectives, it’s just as significant.  As I continue to challenge myself to produce more music, regardless of much I like some of what I am working on, or how great some of the work is or isn’t, I’ve spent a bit more time thinking about the business side of music.  Maybe there’s no reason not to put it out there – commercially.  I mean, what’s the harm?  Someone might buy it?

As I’ve explored this potential outlet further, it definitely has driven some additional self-motivation to produce more.  And that can only be a good thing.  Reading more about the creative process, and thinking logically about it at the same time, I imagine that practice absolutely does make perfect.  Sometimes you just need to go through the process, like exercising a muscle, to help it grow and develop.  So that is exactly what I plan on doing.

And in the meantime, I am for sale… literally… almost, sort of.  At least on CDBaby.com for now, and arriving on most online music stores (eg. iTunes) as quickly as the technological process allows for; apparently that normally takes a couple of days.  In the meantime, I’ll find myself searching for myself in iTunes every couple of hours!  And if you feel like buying it, I’ll be sure to let you know once it’s online at more commercially available stores, or if you just can’t wait until then, see the link below.

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/dubbuldee