While the punchy percussion and funky synth imply action, the final chord in this short instrumental evokes the final shot of the theme song for a procedural drama. If you've got an action procedural series missing a theme song, I may have found it over here. [more inside]
Here's something brand new from a show I did last week. Dusted off the trusty old drum machine for this one, and brought in a couple of squeezy dolphins and an old friend from Kansai to help out a bit. Video (or is that a fax?) here.
This is what happens when a wimpy acoustic guitar player writes a song entirely with a vintage synthesizer. [more inside]
A jaunty little ditty created on the Korg DS-10. [more inside]
6 categories of word smithing, one book = bible, and a thesaurus is the brief version! Enjoy... [more inside]
Quickie improvisational electronic song, made in the span of 2 hours, to see what would happen. [more inside]
Another swing at this old folk song. My first effort with 2x Korg DS-10s.
I grabbed a second copy of the Korg DS-10 synth in order to sync with the first copy and make richer and/or more elaborate tunes. This is my first stab. It wasn't til I'd finished it I realised I'd basically subconsciously covered the Mass Effect theme.
One of my first efforts with the Korg DS-10. Comments/critiques welcome. [more inside]
A curious alien has snatched one of our spacecraft from orbit and sent back a very strange signal...
There's a way in at the back. It sounds better inside.
Something a bit shorter and more polished with the Korg DS-10 Nintendo DS synth.
My Korg DS-10 Synthesizer arrived yesterday so I took it and my Nintendo DS to Wilson's Hill to play. [more inside]
Moody 120bpm synth techno soundtrack, inspired by a car chases at night. Created on the Korg EMX-1 / Kaossilator.
A characterization of a rich womanizing pimpy kind of guy. [more inside]
Stressed out? Listen to this healing song and follow it's prescription to the letter! [more inside]
I have the whole ranch crew doing the vocs on this. My kids don't think it's scary enough.
Tasha's full name was Natasha Von Baddenof. A rottwieler that I raised from puppyhood til death. I was going to sing on this but it's better without it. Enjoy.