My Musical Milestones (by year)
1987: Taught myself the triad patterns for all 12 notes.
1988: A friend gave me a cassette of "Big Lizard in My Backyard" and "Eat Your Paisleys". I learned how to play these songs on guitar. Played bass guitar in a bad cover band. Learned a little bit of a Mozart song.
1989: Ordered a white Carvin electric guitar.
1991: Played guitar in a band. Performed a few times in Orlando, Florida.
1993: Bought an electric keyboard. Wrote some of the songs for "The Singing Lady".
1994: Introduced to the mellifluous sounds of Chopin by my humanities professor, Miss McNair.
2000: Learned how to make MIDI files.
2004: The music to "You're with Friends Again" came to me while walking in St. Petersburg.
2004: In the summer, the music to "
2006: Decided to make
2007: Moved to Denver.
2008: Bought a computer. Ordered Cakewalk's "Music Creator 3".
2009: Discovered the wonderful world of VSTs.
2009: My Little Bit of God came to me. It was inspired by a song that I heard on the radio that sounded a lot like the song in one of my Youtube videos.
2009: I Thought You Were My Friend came to me around the same time as My Little Bit of God.
2011: My songs were piling up. Now was a good time to get them copyrighted.