Tag Archives: Technology

8 Milestones in Recorded Sound

I thought these guys did a good job walking through some significant developments in audio production over the years. It’s interesting to see 100 years of progress in just 5 and a half minutes. I’m thankful for how far things have. I can’t see myself recording music back in the days of the gramophone, but […]

The Best Thing On the Internet?

Old Spice Muscle Music from Terry Crews on Vimeo. This video is an inspiration to me. If you haven’t already seen this, watch the video, then hang around for a really cool interactive experience.

City Leadership

Many of you may know I do a lot of work for a non-profit called City Leadership. I’m really proud to be a part of the team, and excited about the many projects City Leadership is responsible for around Memphis, but I often have trouble trying to summarize what the organization does. That task is […]

New Domain Name

www.noahglenn.com is now live! It no longer redirects you to noahglennmusic.com. Please help me out by clicking around to check that all the pages and links are working, and that you’re able to download my songs. If you find anything weird, let me know!

Advance Apologies for Website Issues

Sometime in the next few days, I’ll be moving all the content from www.noahglennmusic.com over to www.noahglenn.com and I’m predicting that this will cause some problems with downloads, links, and some of the content on the site. Thanks in advance for your patience!

My Collection of Odd Instruments

I started playing guitar when I was 8, but pretty soon after that, I realized I didn’t want to be a guitarist; I wanted to be a musician. Of course I still feel at home on the guitar and consider it (along with drums) to be my “main” instrument, but over the years I’ve learned […]

DIY: Guitar Amp

I’ve always enjoyed doing things myself, and I recently completed building my first guitar amp. All the parts for the amp came from a kit I ordered from Weber. The circuit is based on a Fender Princeton 5F2A from the 1950s. The cabinet arrived pre-built, but I assembled the insides based on the 5F2A schematic. […]

Thoughts on Apple’s iCloud

Among people my age (25) I feel I may be a bit of an anomaly when it comes to my music purchases. I could count on two hands the number of songs I’ve downloaded from iTunes. I still buy all my music on CD. I do import them into iTunes for convenience and to sync […]