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More on Temp Music

To continue the discussion from last week, here are a couple of popular videos from the vast world of YouTube on the topic of film music, temp tracks, and originality, with comments from yours truly. Please note that in this … Continue reading

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Q&A: Temp Tracks?

David asks: “Temp tracks: yay or nay?” It’s a simple question, but a very, very good one, one which composers generally love to be asked because temp tracks can- well, sometimes temp tracks are the bane of our existence. First … Continue reading

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Q&A: Do You Feel The Script?

Steven asks: “When looking at a script, do you picture and feel the emotion that needs to be felt by the future viewer to the movie?” This is a question that is on one hand very personal- the answer is … Continue reading

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I’ll Be Back

No, I’m not going anywhere… that’s the title of the piece. This is an excerpt from a work-in-progress that I can’t wait to share with everyone when it’s complete. I’m experimenting here with a very modern cinematic sound; lots of … Continue reading

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Three Snares For The Christian Filmmaker

The filmmaking world is unique for a variety of reasons; the convergence of disciplines, personalities, passions and skills that come together to make a single production is staggering, and the community that such like-minded laboring forges is easily compared to … Continue reading

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He is Risen!

“O death, where is your victory? O death, where is your sting?” Have a wonderful passion week and a blessed Resurrection Sunday; it is a great opportunity to meditate on a story so powerful, so important, so life-changing, and so … Continue reading

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On Authenticity

“You adulteresses, do you not know that friendship with the world is hostility toward God? Therefore whoever wishes to be a friend of the world makes himself an enemy of God.” (Jas. 4:4) We talk a lot about authenticity in … Continue reading

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Come Down

I am so excited to watch this project beginning to come together. This beautiful music video showcases what is one of my favorite tracks on the upcoming album Higher by vocalist Jacob Pennington. What a ride it has been, creating … Continue reading

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Mission Underground Wins CWVFF Awards

Congratulations to the whole team behind the “Mission Underground” project, which took home multiple awards at the 2017 Christian Worldview Film Festival, including runner-up for best original score! I was blessed with the opportunity to arrange, orchestrate, and produce music … Continue reading

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Had the pleasure of scoring this back in 2013. Always fun to get a chance to let Celtic Gabe come out to play. On a serious note, St. Patrick’s day is a great opportunity for us to recognize the importance … Continue reading

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