Month: March 2019

Bruce standing beside NFL first game historical marker

Special Update: March 31, 2019

If you’ve read any of my past updates, you’re aware that I’ve been working on a book about the Dayton Triangles since late last fall. To recap, the Triangles were one of the original National Football League teams. I originally hoped to finish the writing and find a publisher by the 100th anniversary of the […]

Update: Week of March 25, 2019

I have some personal stuff going on at the moment, so it’s tough to say what I’ll be up to this week. But I’m still working on my book project and have new stock music in the pipeline. My newest uten in the pipeline is “Sad Piano and Cello.” According to Pond5, sad music featuring […]

In The Pipeline: March 19, 2019

I have several brand new items in for review at Pond5. Here’s a sneak peak at some of the them. Business Positive Affirmation This is a nice corporate-friendly musical background, in full (~3 minutes), :60, :30, :15 and bumper edits. Here’s a preview of the :30 version. Powerful Podcast Intro Here’s another entry in my […]

Update: Week of March 18, 2019

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day to all of you Irish (and Irish-Americans)! I’m working on new stock music and have three items ready to submit. Two of them are focused on travel. This one is more of your standard upbeat 30-second intro. The other one is more exotic and mysterious. There also one that’s more dramatic […]

Update: Week of March 11, 2019

Nothing earthshaking to report this week, just business as usual. Here in the States we “sprung forward” and frankly I feel like “falling back” already. I have two new stock music items in the pipeline. “Business Optimism” is another corporate-oriented theme, in full, :60, :30, :15 and bumper versions. “Science Technology Podcast Intro 5” is […]

Update: Week of March 4, 2019

The release of my Extasis project is on hold until I see some more revenue from stock music sales. I’m in the middle of a sales slump that’s now more than a week old. I don’t want to spend money on setting up a new release until I’m confident I can cover next month’s bills. […]