Crossing the Corpus Callosum – Music & Analytics
Dec 27 2014

Entrepreneurs can be a little conflicted at times.  Some of us are very analytical and logical.  Some are very creative (artistic, musical, etc.) and conceptual.  Some are both. For those of us who cross the corpus callosum often, it can cause some interesting right brain/left brain integration challenges and short circuits.  I know this from personal existential experiences…we can sometimes be misunderstood.  We know how to use a spreadsheet, but all of our ideas and feelings can’t always be confined to a logical process of deduction.  Maybe it’s like wearing bi- or tri-focals when the switch happens…seconds or sometimes hours or days of disorientation?

Back in March 2014, I put two Songs In The Wild and although I’m light years away from being rich off of them, the experience and the journey of creation were huge learning experiences for me.  I think creating music is an entrepreneurial endeavor fraught with danger, risk, fear of rejection, as well as a low chance of a big or any payback.

My kids created iMovie videos of my two songs in the wild: Save Me From Myself (YouTube) and Soul Escape (YouTube) a month or so ago and I’m finally finding the time to blog about them.  They did a great job under a lot of pressure, with very little direction from me on a very low budget.  I gave them an extension on their mini-contract because we wanted to use photos from our recent trip to Sri Lanka. We had some breakdowns in negotiations and delayed deliverables (mostly due to my lack of proper oversight of the process), and I had to tell them that whining, crying, and feigning ignorance doesn’t help when you are trying to finalize a deal. 🙂 A good life lesson!

The videos will hopefully make you smile and laugh at the sometimes random, funny images they chose for the songs. I love them and I love that they and their friends have told me (they could have been lying to protect mom’s fragile ego) they liked the songs.  A couple of my son’s friends even purchased them on iTunes!  Please watch the videos and let me know what you think.  They are embedded below and are on YouTube.  Thank you in advance for taking the time to watch and listen to them!  Facebook page:

Co-written by Aruni S. Gunasegaram (lyrics & singing) and Brett Jason Wintermeyer (musical arrangement). Produced, arranged, & recorded by Ron Wikso. Chris Tondre (Guitars and Bass), Derek Morris (Keyboards), Chad and Natasha Hudson (Background Vocals), Ron Wikso (Drums).  Album cover designs by Marla Shane .

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4 Comments on “Crossing the Corpus Callosum – Music & Analytics”

  1. 1 georgie said at 2:23 PM on December 30th, 2014:

    Hi there… Great job with the videos!

  2. 2 Aruni said at 5:53 PM on January 15th, 2015:

    @georgie – thanks for taking the time to watch & listen to them!

  3. 3 georgie said at 6:26 AM on January 22nd, 2015:

    You are welcome! by the way, you have a very creative kids =)
    About the songs, “Save me from myself” is my kind of music definitely, i like a lot!
    Congrats, and Greatings!

  4. 4 Aruni said at 8:38 PM on February 15th, 2015:

    I am very blessed with my creative kids. The songs are pretty different and Save Me is more mellow than the other one. I have one more that I want to record and with any luck, I will do so this year!