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The Womb of The Dawn – First Taste

Here’s a taste from the upcoming album “The Womb of The Dawn.” This is a rough Behind-the-Scenes preview; the orchestration is very nearly complete, but the vocals are a practice track Faith sent to me which I threw into the … Continue reading

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Coming Soon

  Cover art and design by Matthew Sample II.

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Captain America II

I’ve heard almost incessant raving reviews of this film (I think I heard one person say they didn’t get what all the hubbub was about), but I have some trust issues when it comes to movies.  And films like this are … Continue reading

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Building Your Soundscape

This article was originally written as a guest post for friend and fellow composer Bradley Jamrozik of Orchestral Story Studio and has been re-posted here with permission. Filmmakers pay incredible attention to the details, because within the details lie authenticity.  The coffee … Continue reading

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BOUND Trailer

Just to get the excitement going a little bit.

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Bound

You may recall a Kickstarter video I was involved with a while back for a film called “Bound.” Since then, The LORD provided above and beyond the stated funding goals for this project, and I’ve been blessed with the opportunity … Continue reading

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Desire and Reality

When I write music, many times I can hear in my head what I want the music to sound like.  I’ll get excited, hardly able to bear the fact that before I can write the glorious conclusion that’s already ringing … Continue reading

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Making Your Composer Happy

On my Facebook page I recently asked the question: “If you could learn one thing or have one question answered regarding film music, what would it be?” One response that was given was this: “A checklist of things composers would … Continue reading

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Refracted Glory

Over the past month-and-a-half or so, I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with friend and fellow composer Bradley Jamrozik on the score to the upcoming Border Watch Films documentary Refracted Glory.  Below is a video peek behind the scenes of the scoring … Continue reading

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“Providence” Album Release

Music from the Founding Fathers Project- which blends the stereotypical fife-and-drum sounds of colonial America with the heart-on-sleeve passion and orchestral grandeur of modern film music- is now available for download from the Resounding Music store!  Below is a taste … Continue reading

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