barnes i love your shit. do you ever or have you ever used the i ching?
yes. i have spent a fair amount of time in there and it has influenced my thinking quite a bit. i like how you can just pick it up and start reading anywhere. i really love the wilhelm translation, however i've read in other places it isn't very accurate however i always get something out of it. my copy is threadbare and highlighted all over the place. it furthers one to cross the great water.
In your opinion, what are some important things to look for in a location to peddle your music out of? Sure, it's bound to be different for everyone and every music, but what sort of balance do you think is important? Cost of living/room for growth/music scene/ect.
on a side note, i was thrilled to see ya at the BGUnderground the other weekend. Super cool surprise. oh, right, it's supposed to be a question....uh, were you heading to court after the gig in that suit? haha i jest man, you rock!
Are you using MAX/MSP exclusively in lieu of Ableton these days? Have you any experiences with Pure Data, the freeware 'version' of MAX/MSP?
How are you doing, you OK? Has there been a slight purge of your recordings on the Archive.org, or is that just me? Anymore word on Pinkus Banjo for Minner Bucket? Keep keeping on man, you are a super-human!