When I was a teenager I composed piano instrumentals. Every now and then I dreamed of making it as a musician, but really I only played for fun (I still do, but not nearly as often as I used to).
At one point I borrowed some recording equipment from my older brother and made a cassette tape containing several of my songs. That cassette miraculously survived nearly three decades of neglect before being converted to MP3.
Here’s one of the songs. I wish I could provide a thrilling back story for it, but I can’t remember what I was thinking about when I wrote it and I have no idea why I named it “Lost Prelude.” I do, however, remember that I wrote it in 1985 (the year I graduated high school), and it’s the only song I still remember how to play.
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This is great, your are kind of the American Ludovico Ennaudi… or could have been… However, I also loved, what you did as a developer. I used HomeSite, TopStyle and FeedDemon and they all were my favorites in their field. I’m still missing some of HomeSite’s features in DreamWeaver… and by the way, I also once had a dog named Bella…You are my hero, live long and prosper.
Thanks for the kind words, Marco. I’m really glad my software was useful to you – and say Hi to your Bella for me :)
It’s definitely got a lot of teenage drama going on!
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