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Welcome to the Site

Hi there! I’m glad you made it to this new version of my website. As I write this, the site itself is under construction. Please pardon the dust. After the news came down that Google was going to shut down Google Plus, I did some serious thinking about my existing Google (Blogger) blog that was […]

Update: Week of February 18, 2019

After several weeks of inactivity on the stock music front, I have a new item that I’m preparing to submit. It’s very simple and upbeat in :60, :30, :15 and maybe a bumper version. I haven’t yet decided on a title. My featured stock music item this week is Urban Podcast Intro 5 (30 Second). […]

The NFL’s First Replay Controversy?

The research for my Dayton Triangles book project took me into the period when Triangles player/coach/manager/owner Carl Storck continued to serve as an NFL executive after the sale of the Triangle franchise. This post discusses the first of two major controversies in Storck’s brief, stormy tenure as league president. My focus here is less on […]

Update: Week of February 11, 2019

I don’t have anything new to report on the stock music front. My latest featured item is Cinematic Podcast Intro 2 (30 Second). It’s also available in :15 and :06 bumper edits. Please check them out. I’ve spent a lot of time working on sequencing and tweaking tracks for my long-dormant Extasis project. I may […]

Update: Week of February 4, 2019

Punxsutawney Phil delivers! Here’s to an early spring! On we go to the Year of the Pig. As with last week, I have no new stock music in development. I did write a new piece of music. That made me think of resurrecting the old Extasis album project that’s been in mothballs for some time. […]

Update: Week of January 28, 2019

With the release of several stock music items this past week, I have nothing new in the music pipeline for the first time in a while. But I never know when I’ll be awakened at an ungodly hour by a musical idea that insists on making itself known to the world. My featured stock music […]

Update: Week of January 21, 2019

It’s cold here in Ohio, but I’m hoping things will heat up on the music front. Pond5’s curation has slowed down somewhat, so the item I described last week that I thought I might save is now in the pipeline. It’s called ‘Happy Upbeat Fun Time’ and it’s very kid and family friendly. It’s also […]

Update: Week of January 14, 2019

It’s a winter wonderland in southwest Ohio as I write today. This week finds me preparing to roll out a new batch of stock music items. Right now, I have two more rock intros, a couple of cues with an ambient soundtrack feeling, and one with a very martial (or “government shutdown”) vibe. Here’s a […]

Update: Week of January 7, 2019

I’m continuing to work on the pipeline this week, with two new podcast intro items plus variations ready to go. Rather than just submitting everything as soon as it’s ready, I think I’m going to try submitting them at two to four week intervals. Maybe monthly. That way I can promote the new stuff for […]

My Point Being: Some Kinda New Year

It’s the morning of New Year’s Eve. Tomorrow, the date changes to January 1, 2019. Sure, this is all arbitrary. We could call it August 10, or April Fools’ Day or Cinco de Mayo. It’s just another day, except that this one is loaded with our emotional baggage around the passage of time. Birthdays and […]

Update: Week of December 31, 2018

The first update I want to share with you is that I’ve decided to drop “what’s happening” from the title of my weekly updates and simply call them what they are: updates. That’s the first of several changes I’ll talk about in this post. As I mentioned previously, I’ve been saving stock music to drop […]