Finally I can talk about a project I’ve been working on for months, Fallout Revelation. This is a fan-made film set in the Fallout videogame universe, and we think it came out pretty great. This is the project I recorded strings for in the previous post. Eventually, I’ll write a post about some of the […]
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Had a great live string session in the new studio. Four great players performed sections of a score for a secret upcoming project. I’m blending their tracks with sampled strings and the combination sounds full and live, I’m really excited.
We doubled the size of my studio. The side wall was knocked down, and we added over 160 square feet. The room sounds much better, and there’s more room for people and musicians. I built a ceiling cloud containing four sheets of 703 fiberglass, which helped the imaging quite a bit. I also added recessed lighting and […]
My quest for a controller keyboard led to refurbishing a Kurzweil MIDIboard For the last five years, I’ve been looking for a really great MIDI keyboard controller for my software and rackmounted instruments. Every year I would go to NAMM looking for a high-end MIDI controller and would come home disappointed.
This is a tech article for composers who use Cubase 8 and Lemur. It explains how to set up the Lemur iPad app to show or hide groups of tracks in your template. With hundreds of tracks in a template, this makes it faster and easier to find what you’re looking for. Probably not for […]
King of the Nerds is back for Season 3! Tune in if you want to hear a bunch of my music. 🙂