Thursday, December 10, 2015

More podcast intros

It's been a busy couple of weeks. For TESD alone I've put out 8 new tracks since the October 24th (that's episode 264 for those playing at home). The new tracks feature some covers of both Strauss and Verdi, covers of a pair of classic Xmas carols, an original Xmas carol for a bit intro (featuring *vomit* my own vocal talents), Thanksgiving and Halloween inspired version of the Tell 'Em Steve-Dave theme, and a Hot Button Alert to be used in case of emergency on the live broadcast.  That one is my personal favorite. 

But I've also been busy on some other projects.  I edited together an intro for the guys at Always Bet on Geek over at Bad Boardie.  They got all your geek topics covered, and they're a couple of really good dudes to boot.  Speaking of Bad Boardie, I also made some original music for an intro for the BTiLC Podcast (Big Trouble in Little China) which is also on that network and hosted by my good friend Stephen from the Vundacast.

Monday, October 19, 2015


Did an intro for Vundacast, and enjoyed it so much I broke down and did an interview.  Listen to me make the completely baseless claim that the theme for The Fall Guy is the greatest theme ever.

Monday, May 11, 2015

The Motherflutterin' Soundtrack

Some music from the most recent TESD audio book has been released featuring the best parts of the soundtrack and some bonus content.  I'm just happy to see that there is a place where people can hear my Space Opera tracks that were part of an epic battle that sadly had to be trimmed down in the final cut.

Saturday, May 9, 2015

Cranial Dynamite

Finished an intro this week for the guys at the Cranial Dynamite podcast.  Give it a listen and check out the blog as well.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

The Mile Mark

Brand new pod with a brand new intro by me, it's called The Mile Mark, it's hosted by a Matt Dahl and it is all about distance running.  Spread the word.

Saturday, April 4, 2015

A Small Fistful of Dollahs

TESD's latest project, a fully dramatized audio book A Small Fistful of Dollahs has finally arrived.  Like their earlier audio book this production was completely "in house" so to speak with Walt Flanagan leading the charge and Declan Quinn producing.  Significant for me as it includes my second feature length score.

I spent several months on this one, creating an eclectic  mix of music ranging from progressive rock to a hillbilly version of "Hail to the Chief" and everything in between.