MMMM…I’m not feeling too good this morning…kinda weird bloated and sore tummy 🙁
I need to get cracking tho’ – I have a guitar student coming to the house for her weekly lesson at 10am.
My lessons are meant to be half-hour long, but invariably go on a bit longer. Coffee, chat…suddenly it’s 11.30am! Och well – that’s all part of the fun.
I’m still feeling crap though and lie on the acupressure mat to see if that helps the stomach ache. It doesn’t;t and I hit the studio to do some promo for tonight’s Homesong session Facebook livestream.
Despite all the hassles caused with my websites by the server upgrade, I’m pretty pleased as everything seems to be running a lot faster. We have another account with the hosting company that is home to my West Highland Way Gifts site, Loch Lomond Studios and a few other projects I’m working on and I’d like to move them over to my new server. I initiate the migration with the hosting company…and prepare for a tough few days of techie hassles. It’ll be worth it in the long run tho’.
Margaret’s keen to try using the pizza oven so I defrost a couple of balls of dough I had left over form last week.
In the studio I do some prep for the Homesong session and tart setting up the techie side of things. I;ve not been happy with the audio on my last few sessions and realise I hadn’t turned off Streamyard’s ‘echo cancellation’ setting. We’ll see if that helps.
The session goes great – you can watch it here – and on replay I see (or should I say, hear) that the setting I changed has made a world of a difference to the audio quality 🙂
Back at the house I fire up the Ooni and Margaret has her first shot at cooking pizzas. A great job she makes of it too 🙂