Off To Texas + Studio Rebuild!

It’s been a while since I’ve given an update on Arcade Daydream, so I thought I’d make a quick post on here letting everyone know what’s up!  (please stop DMing me, thnx!)

As some of you knew, I was a co-owner of a communications business in NC and after some thought I decided to sell my shares and move back to my home state of Texas!  I really missed my parents and was generally pretty miserable every time I had to get back on an airplane back to NC so it felt like the right thing to do.

I’ve been in Texas since December and have been looking for a good house, one with suitable studio space where I can rebuild Island Dust Studio (I think I’m on mach 3 at this point).  I finally found one this past week and signed the paperwork today.

If you’ve ever operated a major or even just a home project studio, you’ll know that moves of any size can and will have a drastic effect on every aspect of workflow, sound, ease of use, turn around, ability to capitalize on past lessons learned, and the speed of quality.