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Score Sound Designer for Creed

I’m very excited to work again with Ludwig Göransson on the upcoming film Creed. This movie takes place in the Rocky universe, while maybe not being a direct sequel. I don’t want to spoil any details about the score until the film and soundtrack are released, but this was a unique challenge and a ton of fun to work on.… Read more →

Music Release: Sencit Music’s Tenth Dimension: For Glory

  New epic music coming your way! I have several new pieces on Sencit Music’s industry-release, Tenth Dimension: For Glory, featuring triumphant action/adventure orchestral trailer music. It’s always fun trying to cram as much energy as possible into a climactic finish, and this album offers plenty of that. Listen to a teaser montage here:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bd385jhEuRs Read more →

A call for audio revolution — lend us your ears.

There are many beautiful, beautiful apps out there for phone and tablet users to gaze upon. Screens glide effortlessly into and out of sight. Icons and buttons have a uniform style and visual branding from app to app (in high-quality products, at least). The trend towards flat-UI took designers and product managers by storm throughout 2013, with the shift making… Read more →

Music Release: Sencit Music’s Tenth Dimension: Imagination

  Another album on the shelf as a contributing composer for Sencit Music! The industry-release, Tenth Dimension: Imagination, features fantasy and adventure music, where I had the opportunity to throw some whimsy and fun into a bombastic sound. Such a blast, and really great working with the Sencit team again and having three tracks make it onto the final disc.… Read more →

Anyone who says failure is not an option has also ruled out innovation.

– Seth Godin

Music featured in Runner, Runner trailer

I am pleased to announce that one of my compositions from the Sencit Music album Tenth Dimension: Singularity is being used in a trailer for 20th Century Fox’s Affleck/Timberlake feature Runner, Runner. Justin Timberlake is a hometown hero from my native Memphis, Tennessee, so it was an extra special welcome into the trailer-music world for me. Stay tuned for more…we’ll be… Read more →

Sonic Prose: Giving Text a Musical Voice

A few years ago, I had the pleasure of joining an art project conceived by Melanie McLain.  She enlisted programmer and math super-genius Kree Cole-McLaughlin to begin the programming side of an idea to write a piece of software that could read text and turn it into music.   Her previous examinations into speech and writing led her naturally to… Read more →

Izotope BreakTweaker released!

After needing to stay under the radar on this one for a while, I can now announce that I contributed a number of presets to Izotope’s new “drum sculpting and beat sequencing environment” BreakTweaker. This particular project also gave me the opportunity to work with one of my dearest friends and creative inspirations, Anthony Baldino. In particular, our work can… Read more →

Client Spotlight: Joyride

Because this project is still very much in development and is rapidly evolving, I will avoid many specifics about the project itself, but it has been a challenging and rewarding effort so far. I was added to the Joyride team initially to provide a viewpoint about audio-centric user interface design. See, Joyride is focused on providing a fun and engaging… Read more →