Waiting for clear weather to fly in Florida is commonplace during the summer.
If it comes out of the East, be wary...
The best tracks I wrote or remastered in 2023.
Too often, a series of smaller poor choices lead to our worst ones.
For a righteous man may fall seven times and rise again, but the wicked shall fall by calamity.
I wrote The Cover of Night in 2014, and it's the only track I have ever mastered so well initially that I never touched it again.
About thirty-five years ago, I routinely enjoyed coffee with my uncle and grandfather at a diner […]
As this piece came together, I thought about the absolute aesthetic good beyond our horizon, that which the angels eagerly desire a glimpse.
Originally written in 2015, Four Against Five is a favorite I keep revisiting and tweaking.
And when he drew near and saw the city, he wept over it...
This is one of my earliest tracks I've finally gotten around to reworking.
Originally written in 2011, this relatively old track is one I revisit periodically.
I bought my first LP in 1980, The Pleasure Principle, by Gary Numan because of his hit: Cars.
There is only one who is preeminent (Colossians 1:15-19).
This track uses the latest version of Izotope Ozone (version 10) and its new stabilizer plug-in.
Indeed God is more creative than we give Him credit. There's little doubt in my mind that we have cosmic neighbors nearby.
I wrote this song for an upcoming kite-foiling video.
I usually gravitate to the black keys. But that makes it challenging to write something uplifting […]
The Roland TB-303 Bass hit the market in 1981 and became a staple in early 90s electronic music. […]
This track is pure EDM (electronic dance music): No complex melodies. No chord progressions. Sounds simple right? Not really.