RP 2A03

Fish Notes

 

I realize I’m probably pretty late to the party here, but I recently got ahold of a sound programmer for the Ricoh 2A03 (the NES CPU, for the non-super-nerdy).

So how could I not throw together a dirty, crunchy 8-bit video game style tune with it?

HOW?

 

 

Bene scribete.

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By Grabthar’s Hammer, Your Eyes Can Be So Cruel

Two amazing voices

 

Planet Earth is blue, indeed, to have lost both the King of Space and the Voice of God in the same manner, at the same age, in the same awful, awful week.

Farewell to the Pharaoh of Freaks, the Sultan of Strange, the Wizard of Weird. Goodbye to the Sheriff of Nottingham, the Raider of Nakatomi, the Master of Potions. May your contributions to the world continue to entertain and inspire.

Under the serious moonlight.

Always.

 

 

Bene vīvite.

Laiton en Vogue

Fish Notes

 

I was recently tasked with whipping up a piece of trailer/promotional music for Shauna Scheets’s Steampunk Serials (say that five times fast) to be used for its upcoming fourth volume.

I ended up doing a less techno-oriented (and more appropriately clock-y) rendition than this for production, but I like how this one turned out well enough to share it.

 

 

Folio 4: Stars of a Type is available for pre-order on Amazon Kindle.

 

Bene scribete.

Word Crimes

As both a copyeditor and long-time Weird Al fan (I’ve seen him live three times – he puts on a fantastic show!), how could I not share his parody of “Blurred Lines”?  (>^-‘)>

If you missed it earlier this week, check it out in all its perfection below.

 

 

Bene scribete.

Short Film Score Demo

I haven’t posted anything music-related in a little while, so I figured I’d share a little something I’ve been working on.

I was asked to do the music for a short film of my brother’s, and this was the demo chosen out of the handful I put together for it.  I was going for kind of an ’80s noir vibe with it.

Hope you enjoy!

 

 

Bene scribete.