grufti's membership request reminds me that I haven't done anything in here for ages and I still want this community to work out eventually, so this is a short update of what I've been up to recently.
Maybe I mentioned that I passed my final exams in October. That was a hard time and I didn't get round to do anything in here. After that I was in hospital and ill for a few weeks, had a couple of job interviews and will now start work at a school near the Ruhrgebiet on the 1st of February.
That's going to be quite a hard time, for I've never worked full-time before and everything will be new, but I hope I will get used to it after a while.
The last couple of days I've been busy organizing loads of things, like having medical examinations, getting a timetable, sorting out financial things etc. But I still had a lot of time to work on a new song. I just started working with software-synths, so it's all new to me and it takes ages to get anywhere. I also have no experiences with the mixing stuff, for Tilo (einohr) likes to do that and so I was never interested in it. But I'm learning, slowly. If I have problems there's always someone to ask, that's good.
I already get the feeling I don't have enough time for all the things I want to do, but we all know this, we never have enough time. So we make the best of it. I also thought that we should try working on a website for genoxx, so that we can link your own pages and have something like a "common base" something which is representative and gives information about us. I ask Tilo and Marco (I mean einohr and grenzwert) tonight if they have any ideas. They're going to talk about stuff like this anyway, for grenzwert has done some sites for his own homepage, which will be for his "grenzwert" cd-label. He's obviously getting started now. But I tell him to post something about it himself.
I will get in touch with you as soon as we have collected ideas and might ask you for some contributions about yourself (like a short text about yourself, pictures, maybe short mp3 tracks, we'll see).
Next time you pop in, let us hear what you're up to this year and how you got over the exhausting Christmas and New Year's days.
Speak to you soon, Doro