Welcome to the repository of information about Just Another Halfling!
Allow me to introduce myself. I’ve been alive for 19 years, 10 of which I spent in the lovely country of Poland. My current residence is in Laramie as a sophomore of the University of Wyoming, USA. A few of my favorite things include playing video games, sitting at bonfires with friends, listening to heavy metal, and learning about the world and how it works.
Other than this obligatory statement, we never have to talk about religion. But Christianity requires that I at least attempt to proselytize you.
I am a writer and a musician, and decided to share both of those things in 2015. For now, Just Another Halfling is a musical experiment I work on in my spare time. If you want to check out the music, I’m officially on SoundCloud and YouTube.
That being said, I didn’t have much opportunity to make great music when I was starting out. I’ve been at it since about 2011, and have learned quite a bit since then. I am by no means a master, but I’ve been able to have quite a bit of fun and make a lot of music by doing what I can with what I have where I am. This blog is dedicated to sharing what I’ve been able to learn and do by pushing past my limits. If you want to know about the gear I use or my setup, these posts should answer any questions.
If you’re human, then you have limits. However, limits are not boundaries, and you can make it past them if you choose. I hope you will find my writing helpful in your own search to move past your limits. You may not have a personal coach, a particularly good Internet connection, a fancy house, or lots of money, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do something great with your life.
I’m writing here to help you get past your limits, especially if they happen to be limits in the musical realm of recording. I use Garageband to make my music in my bedroom on a computer built in 2008. My first songs were recorded using a $10 Alesis USB to quarter-inch cable and the Apple headphone mic.
We all have to start somewhere. I hope to help you start here.
If you ever have any questions, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org .