Producer & Writer
Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Monkey?
Somewhere around 1999, I decided to start dabbling a bit in electronic music. Now, the whole idea of this was more than a bit foreign to a guy whose exposure to keyboards was incredibly minimal, but I started off with a copy of Sony Acid. And then I moved on to Fruity Loops, which I still use on occasion today. Somewhere along the line, I fell in love with cinematic style work, resulting in the production of songs like "Coast of Okinawa" and "Alone Asleep" that told a story.
I really became personally invested in creating these pieces, and put out a small CD of songs called, "That and a Quarter." It wasn't about selling, it was just about getting my ideas out there and seeing how far I could take them.
These days I work predominately in Steinberg Cubase, and am slowly getting back into electronic creation accompanying analog instrumetation. My goal is to write enough to actually have a CD out in the Spring of 2017. Again, it's not so much about selling somthing as it is about getting my ideas out there, and giving an audience to my vision.