Musix4me Project Log

  1. Lots of work this month. I agreed to keep my boy home with me on Thursdays and Fridays and so I lose those days of work, but I've gotten a lot done, nonetheless.

  2. The Alfred Uhl Etudes produced are up to number 11. I should be able to get number 12 completed tomorrow to round out the month of September.

  3. I've created and uploaded a number of clarinet covers to attract the younger crowd on YouTube.

  4. Uploaded a number of accompaniments to the Download page and uploaded the third movement of the Ponchielli "Il Convegno" as a performance and as practice tracks with each clarinet part missing.

  5. I have spent a lot of time this month expanding on Facebook into established circles. I've seen some response and trickle out to the SoundCloud and YouTube channels and the Musix4me site. I would like to encourage you to subscribe to those media platforms and follow Musix4me there.

  6. Paid for a professional Intro/Outro, Segue and Bottom Third for videos so branding is legal and consistent. You can see it here.

  7. I've associated with Amazon and created a Clarinet focused store and included it on the site. You can see it in the top navigation menu or by clicking here. Check it out and let me know what you think. Is there something you'd like to see there? If you cannot (or simply do not want to) donate $1 a month through Patreon, shopping through the Store will help. The prices are exactly the same as when you visit Amazon except Amazon gives me a donation for sending you there. Thank you!

Musically Yours,

Robert Moody


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