A camera obscura is an optical device that projects objects on the outside of it on to a screen inside. Light enters the device through a small aperture, usually a pinhole or lens.

In a similar fashion, this blog reflects and projects its surroundings.

Enjoy.

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23rd May 2014

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ChordQuality: hi-resSimple strands flow soft across welcome light.
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Chord
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Simple strands flow soft across welcome light.

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23rd May 2014

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into the light
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There’s something disquieting about this image, but it’s a good one.

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23rd May 2014

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Don QuixoteStallion power
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Don Quixote

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9th May 2014

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Great Sand Dunes National Park…
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9th May 2014

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One Simple Secret of Success

Robert W. Oliver:

The secret to success in the music business? Work at it. Every day. Practice, write, network, repeat. Every day.

Read on.

Originally posted on Make Your Music Business:

simpleEvery feel like there’s no traction? Like your client growth, your services, and your music business as a whole just isn’t getting anywhere?

You start things, but life happens and you just never get this music…

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5th May 2014

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10 tips to help musicians get into the industry

Robert W. Oliver:

Print this article and read it daily. It’s the best advice about how to succeed as a musician. Perhaps numbers 3 and 10 are the most important: support your local music scene and don’t ignore your network. If you never go out to shows, don’t expect other musicians to come to yours. And if you don’t return favors or phone calls, people will assume you’re just selfish.

Oh, yeah.…

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29th April 2014

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"MUSIC PRODUCER AVAILABLE"

“MUSIC PRODUCER AVAILABLE”

Robert W. Oliver:

This reminds me of more than a few Craigslist ads.

Originally posted on "My Brain Train":

“Down and almost out Producer available for recording projects producing easy to bullshit artists. If you aren’t concerned with the end result, we can still have a fun time in the studio and hanging out afterwards. Most of my connections are dead or in prison but that’s cool. We can still…

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28th April 2014

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A Message For Musicians Who Live In The Real World. [Editorial]

Robert W. Oliver:

You’ll be on a faster track to earn your living making music if you do two things extraordinarily well: develop your fan base and communicate with them often. People are much more likely to support you if they understand your mission.

Originally posted on The Musical Melting Pot:

In 2014, fifteen yearsafter the first warning signs heralding the now legendary decline of the…

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28th April 2014

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26th April 2014

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