Music

I’ve been writing and recording music for decades. Until recently, I never shared it with anyone. That changed a few years ago when I took the Song-A-Day challenge.

Since then, I’ve released two albums, scored two films, am currently working on the soundtrack for a videogame, and have written over 150 new pieces of music. You’ll find all of it here.

Song-A-Day

Each February, I join several slightly-insane musicians in trying to write, record, and post a song every day

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Releaux

My persona for ambient music, as well as scores for video games, film, and media

Music Blog

All of my posts related to music, production, synthesizers, and sound.

Recent (Non-Song-A-Day) Music Posts

  • Lynn
    There is no way to write what needs to be written today, what should be written today. I have no words adequate to convey the tempest of love, grief, happiness, sorrow, gratefulness, and numbness that are all raging within me. We meet people every day. Most of these meetings are short-lived and have little impact … Continue reading
  • Older Than The Planets
    I’ve had this idea in my head for a few years now, and my father’s 80th birthday seemed to be the right occasion to try and make it happen. My original plan was to do a complete a cappella recreation of the original score, but that turned out to be far beyond my vocal talents, … Continue reading
  • Enjoy the Challenge
    “That was easier than I thought it was going to be.” I actually said that after completing my brother’s birthday video. I meant it, but it does gloss over some pretty major things. This post is mostly for me to remember some specific details, but also for those who may want to know how much … Continue reading
  • Enjoy Your Birthday
    It was my youngest brother Bryan’s birthday back in 2007. I woke up that day in a funny mood, and ended up spending a half hour or so recording a silly song for him. I hadn’t intended to start anything, but apparently I did…
  • Love and Life Are Deep
    I can’t overstate how influential Neil Peart has been on my life. He and his two cronies were with me for hours and hours of D&D, thousands of bus rides and car trips, hundreds of notebook doodles, and many deep discussions of life, politics, philosophy, religion, and what it means to be a free and … Continue reading