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    Monday, April 20, 2009

    Does This Smell Like Chloroform? (04-20-09)

    that time again - time to find out if this really does smell like
    chloroform, to find out if you can make it through this entire Klog
    without falling asleep. Congratulations again to Isaac(red room punk) who won the contest to name this Klog post. If you're new to my "Klogs" (Klayton's Blogs)
    then I'll explain. When i post a "Does This Smell Like Chloroform?"
    Klog, this will indicate that I am answering questions you guys are
    asking. "Q&A" was too simple and much too obvious as to what the
    actual nature of the Klog would be. I mean, why make it easy? Geez...

    you Cellmates worldwide for your questions. I'll keep posting answers
    here and will be posting other Klogs asking you for more questions in
    the future. For now, bathe in the glorious chloroform.


    What would be your advice for someone who wants to start solo producing their own songs? (not using other pre-recorded samples)

    would tell you to "go for it!" I have produced almost everything i've
    done since the onset of my career. This is why a lot of my early stuff
    sucks big donkey balls. The production is awful (IMHO) although there
    are people like Bret Stahli who will gladly arm-wrestle me in a bikini to prove me wrong.

    point is - i produced my own stuff and through my own mistakes learned
    how to do what i do now. The great news is that in this day and age you
    don't need to go through what i did. You can have a much better product
    right out of the box. When i started, there was no such thing as a
    softsynth. My first computer had a 40 MB hard drive and 1 MB of system
    ram (that's 'megabyte' people, not 'gigabyte'.) There was no internet
    to really speak of, and certainly no YouTube. There is a wealth of info
    for you to dig into and help you start off far ahead of where I started.

    plan on doing little tutorials from the studio at some point too. Just
    a question of finding someone to shoot and edit the video so i can
    concentrate on making music and showing you some of the things i've
    learned. (I did manage to fire off this video,
    acting as talent, cinematographer and editor. And what will you learn
    from this video of my amazingly detuned guitar? Jack-squat, but it's
    the thought that counts.)

    Now, on the flipside of this, there is
    nothing quite like an objective ear. I, for the first time in my
    career, am bringing someone on board to co-produce an album with me
    (Grant Mohrman.) This is bc I've learned that I am often too close to
    the songs to be objective and simple things might hold me back from
    making a good song great. I think you need to know what you want and
    how to get it close to how you hear it, but having an objective opinion
    (friend, producer, mom?) can bring your tracks to another level.

    the abundant amount of music you've been involved with pre-Celldweller,
    whether it be writing or producing (Circle of Dust, Chatterbox, both
    Argyle Park releases, Criss Angel stuff, and anything else I've
    missed), are there any songs that have stood the test of time for you?


    maybe a small handful, but that's really it. There are only a few songs
    from my projects - Circle of Dust "Disengage" and Argyle Park
    "Misguided" that I still feel I could stomach and wouldn't be too
    embarrassed if someone brought it up over sushi dinner, ya know? The
    debut Celldweller disc was a defining moment in my career bc that was
    the best sounding record i had made up til then. I think if i ever got
    to a point and thought "This is it! This is the best it's ever going to
    get and I could never do anything better than this." That is the day
    you'll get to see me perform at "Bob's Comedy Shack & Laundromat"
    (see below.)

    1. How many songs will be on the new album (Wish Upon a Blackstar)?

    I actually answered this one accidentally last week. How about i give you more specific details? Ok, you kinda asked for it:

    So Long Sentiment
    Louder Than Words
    The Best It's Gonna Get
    I Can't Wait
    The Lucky One
    Against The Tide

2. When will the final remix files be released on Fixtremix.com?

    Not sure right now, but i am planning on releasing raw files for all 10 songs at FiXTRemix.com. Stay tuned.

    3.You tell a lot of jokes, do you make them off the top of your head or do think about them? Either way they're very funny.

    you Michael, I'll be here all week. Unfortunately i'm not clever enough
    to think out things in advance, so most of what i say gets inhaled from
    thin air into my brain and shot right back out my ass. Well, I'm glad
    at least i'm not the only one who thinks I'm funny - that's a relief.
    (My cat Stutter thinks I'm a pisser too.) When my music career fails,
    I'm going into comedy. I think I'm already booked at "Bob's Comedy
    Shack & Laundromat" in your town sometime in August. See you there!




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    I just woke up, kinda. This is the time of the morning where the prevalent thought in my head is "I wish I was sleeping." Weird.

    In celebration of that thought, I'm sharing a track that I have fallen asleep to for years. Night, Night.




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    Monday, April 13, 2009

    Wish Upon a Blackstar: Release Details

    *TIP: go to the bottom of the blog to play some mood music while reading.*

    Today is one of those days. Ya know, the ones where you feel like you worked all day but you don't actually know if you accomplished anything? Oh right, that's every day. I can tell you one thing I DID get accomplished: I successfully exported 60 remix stems from "So Long Sentiment" (The only finished song from "Wish Upon a Blackstar" to date.) Why would I prepare remix stems so soon? There are a few reasons, but the most pressing is so I could get them to Toksin so he can get working on a remix. If you haven't heard his stuff, then you need to. He'll be doing the first Official remix for "Remixed Upon a Blackstar."

    "Wait, what?!?!"

    Oh, right - I haven't told you about that yet. Forget I mentioned it - go check out Toksin.
    -- -- -- --
    I've been promising for awhile to post details regarding the release of "Wish Upon a Blackstar." I only announced the title of the album last month. I finally decided how I'm going to release the album right around the time I announced the name of album to you, and have just been waiting for some spare time that never came to actually type it all out. Well, today is the day. I don't really have spare time, so I decided to bump some Burial and type for awhile - Sesame Street reruns can wait.

    I fully embrace the idea of releasing one song at a time. Waiting years for a full album is cool and all, but times have changed. I can wrap a track in my studio and have it blaring out of your speakers literally the next day if so desired. I had some specific reasons i was planning on releasing WUaB as a full body of work, but I abandoned that a long time ago when i embraced just how much work I've created for myself with this album. I just don't totally feel right about releasing 1 song at a time for this album but I have no intentions of waiting til I'm done with the whole thing either. So, I'm releasing the album in Chapters.

    Here's how I'm planning on it going down: I will release 5 chapters for this album. 2 songs per chapter x 5 chapters = 10 songs. What's got me more into this idea is I'm bringing Sam Hayles from Dose Productions on board for the album art. (He gave us the artwork for "Soundtrack for the Voices in My Head Vol 01" and FiXT is manufacturing original clothing designs from Dose Prod)

    Sam will be creating an original piece of art for each chapter. The fifth and final chapter will be reserved for the CD, so both the artwork and the 2 remaining songs will be released for the first time on the physical CD. I can say more, but I know I'll just get myself in trouble, so I'll pretend I flapped my gums enough for right now. I'll bring you more details as they unfold though - promise.

    For now here are the tracks for Chapter 1 of "Wish Upon a Blackstar"

    So Long Sentiment
    Louder Than Words

    I'm all typed out and this Burial album is almost over so I'm calling it a night. I came up with an idea based around all of your comments and suggestions to name my "Q&A" Klogs. We just need to do a little more sifting and I'll make an announcement here later this week regarding a winner etc.

    Here I am: Rock me like a hurricane



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