Gosh, it has been far too long since I posted anything. And for that I’m only apologizing to myself, which is effectively moot because I’m also, at the same time, forgiving myself. I’m sorry, Jibran. You’re forgiven, Jibran. Phew, dodged that emotional bullet.
I have considered a new years resolution to post more stuff about things and stuff that I like, but that will just stress me out. The best I can do is promise to post more often than every three months. That’s a goal I can get behind. I work in the moment. And if the idea in that moment gets old and I don’t write it down semi-humorously then I lose interest and …
(Oh look another episode of Battlestar Galactica is on.)
And from that introduction, this post, is a big one. It’s a combination of eight months of blood, sweat, stress and code that kept me from posting and alas in the end all is certainly well: we have just launched my clients new website, ValhallaDSP.com. An incredibly simple, easy to use e-commerce site. Well, easy to use from the front-end. Quantum computer complicated, from the back-end. Well that might be an overstatement, but it’s all relative and I think it’s funny.
Who is Valhalla DSP?
Anyways, Valhalla DSP (where DSP stands for digital signal processing) is a Seattle-based company that writes incredibly popular audio plugins for home and professional recording studios all over the world. (And from Norse mythology, Valhalla is an enormous hall in some place called Asgard where the dead go to hangout with more dead people. And the image above is my interpretation, if you didn’t pick up on that.) So go forth and check out the site if you like.
I’m tired now and losing inter …