A new section has been added to the About page. It has information about my interest in Qigong practices and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Seven digital albums of my originals are available at Bandcamp. Each one has its own character, styles, and moods. The complete 7-volume collection with 53 recordings is $31.85 (35% discount). Sold separately, an album is $7. As another option, individual tracks are $1. This enables one to select tracks from different albums. The music can be streamed with the free Bandcamp app or downloaded. Albums or tracks can also be sent as gifts.
This information along with embedded Bandcamp audio players have been added to the Store page. Additionally, each album will rotated on the Home page under Today's Featured Music.
For those who would like to listen to my past radio shows with Rich Pulin, archive recordings are available on the Links page under Interviews.
Image downloads from my website have been disabled. An important feature of this site is having my lead sheets and scores displayed so that musicians can study my music. With this change, unauthorized copies cannot be made with a right-click download.
My written music is available in these ways: Musicians and ensembles interested in performing my music can write to me from Contact. A selection of my sheet music can be purchased on the Store page. Buying my music helps to fund new recording projects.
A Support The Music page has been added to my website. A link to it is on the navigation menu.
After adding several new pieces to my website, I now have 46 originals featured as a representation of my work on the Selected Originals page.
All of the handwritten lead sheets and scores displayed on my site have been converted to Sibelius.
Thanks to Weebly, my website should work on any desktop or mobile device. That said, until recently all of the work that I have done on my site has been in desktop edit mode.
For the past couple of days I have looked at each page of my site in mobile edit mode. I discovered that minor changes were needed in the formatting of several pages. I also discovered that embedded code for Vimeo video players, which I had been using, was problematic for mobile. So, I went back to using the Weebly built-in Youtube function. From what I can tell, my site has been improved for smartphone users.
Buttons for Facebook and Youtube have been added to the Contact page on my website. This is in addition to using Contact for email.