That leads me to my one quibble with the DVD. I wish there had
been a list at the end of the DVD of the music played, and I wish
the pianist had been identified.
I would like to say that I am blushing.
I am not sure if I deserve such a complement, but I accept it, and I
thank you for it. You are far too kind.
I also want to assure everybody, that this review, while it looks
like it’s been written by my mother, is an actual review and I have
never met Neil and have no business or personal relations.
Usually, any DVD has what is know as a credit roll. My DVD does not,
because everything was done in house by myself and nobody else. I did
not want to create a credit roll which would list a dozen functions
that go into DVD production, and to have my name on each an every
one. of them. I am guilty of vanity, but not to such a degree.
Music was written on mac machine using Apple Loops in conjunction
with Logic Studio software, so the composition and execution of music
is between the software and me. Frankly, software deserves a better
part of the credit.
I did try to create a learning environment, which would concentrate
attention on the subject and music was written to provide background
for each particular step. Every process in goldsmithing has some
emotional content. One approach soldering with different mood than
let’s say filing. And I have tried re-enforce this bond between
physical and mental.
I am very excited to learn that I have actually succeeded in that and
I want to thank you again for letting me know.