November 17, 2016 at 6:29 pm #2216
I had an opportunity to get my class A CDL last November and have been driving a truck solo since late February this year. As you can imagine, I don’t get a whole lot of time at home any more. The good news is that I’m currently on dedicated runs that get me home every weekend. Hopefully once I get a rhythm down I can get more music written. So let’s have some compos already.
Here’s my ride 😀
January 13, 2017 at 8:34 pm #2224
Duuude! Congrats man! Hey — I see more Sunvox in your tracking future! 😉
Speaking of, I’m going to get into it myself. I’m in a new electronic music ensemble at the college and as part of our lab fee for the class, we all received Raspberry Pi 3’s. Perfect for Sunvox. 😀
Also, I am your simpatico music-trucker (half)brother because while I am finishing up my degree, I have been working the summers driving a water truck for a construction company. Technically, it requires a CDL but since most of my driving has been on-site, They are OK with me driving it.
Anyway, your ride is much nicer looking than this rust-bucket of mine. But I did some pretty nice off-roading in ungraded land.
February 19, 2017 at 6:07 pm #2245
Your cheesecake posing has me laughing 🙂 I wouldn’t like any off-roading in a heavy truck. The tractor alone weighs just shy of 20,000 pounds, and since most of the weight is up front in the form of engine and transmission the nose sinks in even on the 3-foot deep gravel in my driveway. Your old truck could easily weigh twice that filled with water. Think about that the next time you go anywhere in it, huh 😉 Scary.
As for SunVox, not really doing much of that either. I bring my Electribe with me every week, but even that takes too long to get anything done most nights. I usually have to eat fast and try to get to sleep as quickly as I can so I’ll make my butt-crack of dawn pick up the next morning on a full night’s sleep. It gets frustrating after a while.
If I may ask, what’s your degree?
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