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Written on Dec, 09, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

Hipgnosis demystified! Listen to the episode called “Will Album Covers Ever Be This Good Again?” on the Soundcheck podcast by WYNC. It’s a fantastic interview with Hipgnosis, the surreal design team that created some of the best album covers of all time. It’s a fascinating interview with stories and insights behind the design team that as a kid seemed to be …

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Written on Dec, 03, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

Mixing music is an art, and there are countless ideas and approaches on how to do it. One thing I’ve found helpful is to record snippets of the work on a phone, or any other device that over-compresses the sound. It helps gauge what an ultra compressed version of the music sounds like, and because a lot of music is …

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Written on Apr, 02, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

  I’m a regular listener to the Composer on Fire podcast, and was absolutely thrilled to be interviewed on the show. We had a great chat and discussed a variety of music business concerns that should be of interest to composers wanting to get into the world of music licensing. Some of the topics discussed are: Solving music supervisors problems …

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Written on Jan, 28, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

Behind The Kit is great podcast talking with professional drummers about their journeys in music. I was thrilled to be a guest, and we discussed lots of topics related to drumming, composing, recording, technology, and the business of music. Visit the Behind The Kit Podcast site for more interviews and conversations with musicians who happen to be called drummers.    

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Written on Jan, 22, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

  Roswell Pro Audio has released a superb mini condenser microphone, the Mini K47,  that sounds stellar and is surprisingly affordable. I was able to get a set of them in my recording studio and put together this percussion piece to test out the mics. I recorded only with the Mini K47s with no eq, compression, or processing. The 5 …

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Written on Dec, 18, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

I had the good fortune to play orchestral and tribal percussion on the score of Krampus which is out in theaters now. Wonderfully scary and intense music by composer Douglas Pipes. To my vinyl head friends, the soundtrack is available on vinyl.

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Written on Jul, 09, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

Music alert! The new tv show Odd Mom Out​ has been featuring my music in its episodes. It’s a well written, funny, and irreverent show and I’m thrilled to be a part of it. Here’s one of the songs that has been heard a few times from the album “Let’s Get Moving”.

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Written on Jun, 08, 2015 by in | 1 Comment.

Recording session for a new song “Quiet Sky”, tracking live bass guitar. As a video experiment, there’s an overlay of the bass guitar waveform from Logic Pro. I guess that’s pretty geeky.

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Written on Mar, 12, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

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Written on Mar, 11, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

  From the forthcoming album of instrumentals, “Come See The View” is a pulsating piece of melodic ambient music. The music animation is inspired by the great Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, and is, in a word, abstract. Stream it in 4K for full resolution, and mind bending effects. The song is simple in form, but the production is layered with …

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