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Corporate Podcast Intro 10

This is a business-positive theme with a sort of “industrial” vibe, the kind of music you can imagine leading in weekend morning business or economic news programming. Key is C Major. Tempo approximately 128 bpm. Available in :30, :15, bumper and loopable edits.

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Lifestyle Podcast Intro 3

This is a simple, mellow opener for society and culture or lifestyle oriented podcasts or broadcasts. Key is D Major. Tempo ~100 bpm. Available in :30, :15 and bumper edits.

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Somber Moment

Subdued music loop for sad or pensive scenes. Features strings, piano and marimba. Key is g minor. Tempo is medium (about 106 bpm).

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Fun Upbeat Retro Intro

Here’s a cheeky, kitschy little opener that can be used for comedy, game show parodies or just lighthearted fun. Get a little silly. Key is D Major, Tempo is 108 bpm, played double time (feels like 216). Available in :30, :15, bumper, and loop versions.

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Heroic Intro 2

Heroic Intro 2 is a perfect musical opener for your epic video or podcast. Make your dramatic statement now. Key is g minor, Tempo approximately 123 bpm. Available in :30, :15 and stinger versions.

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Realize The Dream

Get your audience moving in the right direction with this upbeat and inspiring musical backdrop. Great for corporate and motivational media. Key is D Major. Tempo is 114 bpm.

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News Current Events Intro

‘News Current Events Intro’ is compelling opening music for informative news, current events or similar, hard-hitting media content. Use for podcasting or broadcasting. Key is g minor. Tempo is a brisk122 bpm. Available in :30, :15. loop and stinger versions.

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Cinematic Podcast Intro 1

Cinematic Podcast Intro 1 is a short, powerful orchestral burst you can use to grab your audience’s attention and heighten emotional intensity in hard news, current events or similar episode opener content. Available in :30, :15 and stinger versions.

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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 tied into that. I uncoupled my blog from Plus and found that blog views seemed to diminish. (They’ve since come back somewhat.) I decided anyway that it was time to do something more with this site, or else let the domain lapse altogether.

In creating this site, I hope to generate enough content to make the site interesting from an SEO perspective. To that end, I’ll be adding lots of pages for my items so you can search for stock music that fits your moods here, rather than going to the marketplaces. I plan to include lots of tags for musical moods, so if you want ‘happy’ music you can click on that tag and get access to all my ‘happy’ stuff, and so on.

Meanwhile, I’m also working on a non-fiction writing project that I hope to see published in the next two years. The project is a comprehensive history of the Dayton Triangles, a professional American football team that was a founding member of the National Football League. In my initial research, I found lots of information, but I wanted to tie the threads together into a single story that stretches all the way from the first kids playing sandlot ball before 1910 to the last direct Dayton connection to the league, Carl Storck, who stayed with the league after the franchise folded and became its last president in the late 1930s. Also, I want to write about more than just the game. I want to find out about the economics of it, the media and social situations in play at the time. Finally, I want to pay tribute not only to the players and coaches, but to the unsung heroes as well.

The first game between teams in the National Football League was played within walking distance of my childhood home, and I didn’t realize it for many years. Now I want to try to tell the story of that history, a sort of love letter to my hometown. I haven’t talked about it much up to now, but with this site I hope to be able to tell more of the story of that work in progress in addition to my music. I hope you’ll stay around for the ride.