Alive!

Thanks to Matt Riley for finding this…
In the “documentary”, Alive! Is Michael Jackson Really Dead?, they used at least one of my pieces of music (Zombie Hoodoo).
You can watch it on Netflix, though I don’t recommend watching anything that starts with credits in Comic Sans… with a typewriter sound in the background.

Not sure what these are

These are both synth-heavy pieces…
Wallpaper is round and bouncy.
Cipher is lush and catchy.
The mix has some headroom in it – I recommend you turn it up to get hit in the chest with the kick drum. I might release a compressed version for people with sub-optimal speakers.
This was mixed for something like a flat full-range system. In reality, the best experience is in my studio in Brooklyn. So… let me know if you want to stop by to listen to it.

Other Music!


Yeah, I can’t do everything. I do have a new sponsor who does quite a bit more. Bonus points for human readable licenses. If you’ve looked at sites that advertise “300,000 Tracks!” or whatnot, you’re probably aware – that’s not the best plan if you’re just trying to get your production done. Shockwave-Sound doesn’t do that (thank the gods). They have a reasonable amount of findable music.
I am not an affiliate for them – buy or do not, I don’t really care. But do go take a look. I’m here to help everyone!
They work with a smaller number of talented composers and release a few new hand-picked tracks each week, rather than allowing anyone to upload anything like many other sites do.
You can visit Shockwave-Sound.com to download more royalty-free music.

Game Loops!

Today! Today only! Four pieces of music that were sitting on my desktop unfinished for a long time because they weren’t going anywhere… So I turned them into pieces that are designed to not go anywhere… Game Loops!
You can loops them for backgrounds to anything you like, of course…
I can’t figure out how to link to them directly – so here are the titles:
- Funk Game Loop
- Bassa Island Game Loop
- Wah Game Loop
- Slow Ska Game Loop
You’ll have to find them yourselves… Sort of like a hidden object game, but with text in a database… and without the fun.