Author Archives: Musicman

Happy Anniversary, Skelly

The theme from the hit detective show that never was… Released on cassette…what’s a CD??? in 1989, Skelley is about to turn 30 That’s me with the white face… My friend Gary, with the beer in his hand, standing under … Continue reading

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Smooth as Silk

There are times when as an Artist things go, as smooth as silk.  Such is the case when I composed “Etude para Usted.” Besides, in my biased opinion, being a very pretty composition, the thing I find to be the … Continue reading

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Less is More, More or Less

In this piece, Accessible Passage, I would like to illustrate something every Producer will encounter sooner or later. As in most Electronica music, the content is busy, throughout the piece. When I originally created this song, I used the version … Continue reading

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Tips for Windows Users

Here is a workflow tip for all Windows users… I don’t know about you but I know as a Keyboardist and Producer, there are a gazillion-and-one details that I must know.  Seriously, these are must know things like progam mapping, … Continue reading

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Upright and Grand

I posted a second mix of the piece I am currently calling Pretty Song/Gentlenss.  The difference??? I used a Grand Piano plugin as opposed to the Upright Piano. For those who aren’t piano savvy, an Upright piano is generally suited … Continue reading

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