A new composition I’ve been working on. I woke up one morning with this melody in my head and liked it a lot. Sang it into my phone, which is kind of a sonic sketch pad that I use in place of a memory. I wondered if it was one of those things where you realize how dumb it is once you wake up a little more, or if I’d still like it once I was more awake. I did like it as much once I was more awake, though it is still definitely dumb. For some reason it made sense to have some wacky analog synth noise way in the background, maybe as a mirror for the wacky bass line. I love that I have no idea how to describe what genre of music it is. Anyway… enjoy!
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I provided an original musical score, voice performance, sound effects edit, and mix for Caitlin’s lovely animation. Some of the sounds are my boots cracking the ice right here in Minneapolis, and it doesn’t get much more authentic than that.
Enjoy, and Happy Holidays once again!
Junior Birdman Audio
Most of my music and sound these days is synched with something on some screen or other, but every once in a while I’m tempted back into theater work like a retired gunfighter called in to take out one last man. Sam Landman’s original play “Dream County” opens this coming Thursday at the Twin Cities Horror Festival. Thanks to Kevin’s generous loan of his euphonium, I was able to capture the refined, graceful tone of the show for a fanfare cue. I’d also like to mention that I’m available for session work, if you think you can afford me. More info on “Dream County”: http://www.tchorrorfestival.com/dream-county.htm
“Some people recall watching Cousin Clem's Magical Couch Fort every Saturday morning as kids. Others have never seen an episode, claiming the tragic series finale is nothing but urban myth. Somewhere between real and imaginary lies Dream County, a whimsical world where Cousin Clem would hide away in. We present the finale as it supposedly happened.”