Behold! The new Hi Fi Mundo. It lives!

By on October 2, 2009 in general

After nearly ten years without a redesign, it seemed high time to bring Hi Fi Mundo into the 21st century.  From its humble beginnings as a quaint music webzine to its stint as a portal for various recording projects, it’s being reborn as a repository for my musical endeavors moving forward, taking advantage of that greatest intellectual achievement of the modern era: the blog.

Never fear, the old HFM material is still here under the “site library” heading. But the meat of the site will be dedicated to making my music easily available and keeping folks up to date. Specifically, you can listen to sample tracks right away via the player on the right, and check out details of some selected recordings via the banner of album covers on the left, or, for a more in-depth discography, simply follow the link at the top of the page. Color commentary on the actual act of making music (a potentially deadly enough topic that it’s been relegated offsite) can be found at Discordatura. And if you simply want to be kept abreast of goings-on as they occur, there’s a handy dandy RSS feed at the bottom of the page just waiting for you.

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to either leave a comment here or follow the Contact link up above to get in touch with me directly. Thanks for visiting!

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