Today is my last day working at Skyline Technologies. In the past six-and-a-half years I have built amazing relationships, learned valuable new skills, and moved ahead in my career further than I could have imagined. However, there are times when you have to make a crazy leap — and this is one of those times.
A few days ago, my Behringer X-Touch tipped off its stand and broke three of the encoder caps. After contacting support, and learning that they aren't shipping replacements for the near future, I came up with a 3D printed design to temporarily fill the void!
Due to the current state of quarantine in the US (and specifically for us, in Michigan), we've had to get creative in how we gather for our church services. We pre-recorded some worship segments to be used in our livestream broadcast that happens on Sundays. This is a video of the editing process I used to mix one of the songs from that session.
I was contacted a couple weeks ago by the Ferris State Torch advisor, Steven Fox, with the news that they'd be naming one of the Ferris State Torch awards after me. They had a student, Keith, that was deserving of an award but they didn't quite have something that fit his contributions in helping to innovate at the Torch.